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nos·o·log·ic

(nos'ō-loj'ik),
Relating to nosology.

nos·o·log·ic

(nos'ō-loj'ik)
Relating to nosology.
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Many sources of error are interposed between a person's disease (as it is in truth) and the word label (the diagnosis) applied to it by a clinician, and between the diagnosis and the nosologic code applied to it by a medical coder.
To clarify the clinical, diagnostic, therapeutic, prognostic, and nosologic implications of a MAID diagnosis, 9 patients, collected from the authors' files and the English medical literature, are presented.
Semantic confusion caused the great Emile Littre, who translated Hippocrates' works into French in the first half of the 19th century, to make a nosologic error.
It is not a nosologic system per se, but a clarification of the methods of psychiatric formulation.
Like all the volumes in Blackwell's Neurology and Psychiatry Access Series, this reference introduces an inductive nosologic approach to diagnosis and incorporates text boxes providing "pearls and perils," recommendations about consultations, and suggested clinical questions.
Despite the ever-changing nosologic categories, the value of literary psychiatric observation cannot be doubted.
Teratoid hepatoblastoma: the nosologic dilemma of solid embryonic neoplasms of childhood.
Offering an inductive nosologic approach to diagnosis, this text discusses diagnostic processes in child and adolescent psychiatry, describes DSM-IV categories, and addresses common problems seen in everyday practice.
Lymphomatoid granulomatosis with mesenteric localization: nosologic problems [in French, author's translation].
I am not a dermatopathologist and will not weigh in on the diagnostic issues raised by Zembowicz and Scolyer (1) in their article in the March 2011 issue of Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, but their proposal to create a classification of melanocytoma for a primary, cutaneous melanocytic lesion of "intermediate malignant potential" is another step toward nosologic confusion.
However, in everyday practice, even experienced pathologists are unable to reproducibly classify a small subset of melanocytic proliferations into established nosologic categories and, in some cases, may not be able to accurately predict prospectively the biologic behavior of the tumor.