pathoclisis

pathoclisis

 [path″o-klis´is]
a specific sensitivity to specific toxins, or a specific affinity of certain toxins for certain systems or organs.

path·o·clis·is

(path'ō-klis'is),
A specific tendency to sensitivity to special toxins; a tendency for toxins to attack certain organs.
[patho- + G. klisis, bending, proneness]

pathoclisis

/patho·cli·sis/ (-klis´is) a specific sensitivity to specific toxins, or a specific affinity of certain toxins for certain systems or organs.

pathoclisis

An obsolete term that dignified the organotropism displayed by some toxins.

path·o·clis·is

(path'ō-klī'sis)
A specific tendency to sensitivity to special toxins; a tendency for toxins to attack certain organs.
[patho- + G. klisis, bending, proneness]

pathoclisis

a specific sensitivity to specific toxins, or a specific affinity of certain toxins for certain systems or organs.