pathosis

pa·tho·sis

(pă-thō'sis),
Rarely used term for a state of disease, diseased condition, or disease entity.
[patho- + G. -osis, condition]

pathosis

a disease condition.

pathosis

A nonspecific term for any disease “state”; this term is used neither in the primary literature nor in the working medical parlance.

pa·tho·sis

(pă-thō'sis)
Rarely used term for a state of disease, diseased condition, or disease entity.
[patho- + G. -osis, condition]

pathosis (pəthō´sis),

n 1. a disease entity.
n 2. a pathologic condition. More specifically a patient is said to have a
pathosis rather than
pathology, which is the study of disease.

pathosis

a diseased condition.
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Despite some 33000 research papers written to date on NO, few have concentrated on head and neck pathosis.
Currently HA Policy 02011, lists DFC3 only if "historical, clinical, or radiographic signs of pathosis.
At the end of the follow up period the treatment was considered as a failure if one or more of the following were present: history of continuous and persistent pain, swelling, sinus tract, tenderness to percussion, and radiographic evidence of periradicular or furcal pathosis or root resorption.