pathomiosis

path·o·mi·o·sis

(path'ō-mī-ō'sis),
The attitude that leads a patient to minimize his or her disease.
[patho- + G. meiōsis, a lessening]

pathomiosis

An obsolete term for a patient’s attitude in which he or she minimises the seriousness of his or her disease; e.g., stoicism.

path·o·mi·o·sis

(path'ō-mī-ō'sis)
Attitude that leads a patient to minimize his or her disease.
[patho- + G. meiōsis, a lessening]