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med·i·cal pa·thol·o·gy

pathology pertaining to various diseases not suitable for treatment by surgery.

medical pathology

Etymology: L, medicare + Gk, pathos, disease, logos, science
the study of diseases not readily treated by surgical procedures.

medical pathology

An imprecise term for the study of diseases that do not respond to surgical therapy.

med·i·cal path·ol·o·gy

(medi-kăl pă-tholŏ-jē)
That pertaining to various diseases not suitable for treatment by surgery.
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