pathologic anatomy


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pathologic anatomy

[¦path·ə¦läj·ik]
(pathology)
The study of structural changes caused by disease. Also known as morbid anatomy.
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Congenital anomalies of the branchial apparatus: Embryology and pathologic anatomy.
Specific anaesthetic management is rarely discussed at length: as suggested in the preface, "once the pathologic anatomy and physiology are understood, an appropriate anaesthetic plan usually follows".
Pathologic anatomy, in addition to its great scientific merit, had tremendous practical consequences.
Key words: Pigs, hemorrhagic disease, pathologic anatomy study.
A compilation of paintings on the normal and pathologic anatomy of the digestive system.
This trend appears to coincide with the recognition that the primary pathologic anatomy involves the capsule, not the glenoid or proximal humerus.