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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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From a nosologic point of view, the most representative group, with 24,9 %, is the nosological group of mental retardation of different degrees (26.
Hyman, in a recent review, suggests the need for "shadow" research criteria in the DSM-V that expand upon the concept introduced in the DSM-IV, and suggests that three specific alternatives alone, or more effectively in combination, may facilitate this process of self-critique and expediting nosologic change.
Also included to facilitate a physician's use of the text are nosologic diagnosis tables, "pearls and perils" boxes, "consider consultation when.
The first debate argued whether MS is a single nosologic entity due to an autoimmune mechanism or not.
FSS is part of the nosologic group of pathologies currently known as distal arthrogryposis (2).
A closely connected nosologic issue that reflects similar inclinations is the tendency to dichotomize continuous variables into crude categories of disease and health.
Recurrence of previously cured cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) lesions is found in American CL, for which a specific nosologic form known of disease known as leishmaniasis recidiva cutis (LRC) has been identified.
Some authors maintain that these two tumors may represent a single nosologic entity, others believe that they may exist along a continuum, and still others have proposed that they are distinct entities.
The syndrome of celiac trunk compression (or celiac axis compression syndrome) is a nosologic entity that has been recently introduced in the abdominal vascular pathology field based on the clinical-radiological observations by correlating abdominal symptoms caused by the compression of celiac trunk crura (Dunbar et al.
Psychiatry classified mental illnesses in nosologic patterns, and assigned an etiology to each psychopathology, as well as a group of symptoms and a natural course.
In the IC and ELISA techniques levels of 0,70 and 0,79 in nosologic sensibility were obtained, respectively in the determination of antibody IgM; while the sensibility of ELISA IgG resulted significantly elevated (p<0,0001) with respect to IC (0,92 vs 0,65).
Code accuracy, defined as the extent to which the ICD nosologic code reflects the underlying patient's disease, directly impacts the quality of decisions that are based on codes, and therefore code accuracy is of great importance to code users.