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med·i·cal pa·thol·o·gy

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

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