physiopathologic


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physiopathologic

 [fiz″e-o-path″o-loj´ik]
pertaining to pathologic physiology.

phys·i·o·path·o·log·ic

, physiopathological (fiz'ē-ō-path'ō-loj'ik),
Relating to pathologic physiology.
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A new operative classification of both anatomic vascular variants and physiopathologic conditions affecting transradial cardiovascular procedures.
Some patients with DMVD in stage C of the present study showed congestive signs such as cough, dyspnea and besides, exercise intolerance, suggesting that these patients had advanced physiopathologic changes as a result of the degeneracy of the valve apparatus and the mechanical dysfunction and mitral incompetence.
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Our goal is to evaluate their potential as biomarkers for endometriosis and to contribute to the knowledge of the physiopathologic mechanisms underlying endometriosis.
Pulse pressure which is an "integrated" response to an impulse of flow, as well as largely a marker of the physiopathologic status of the proximal arterial system, is recognized as a predictor of CV outcomes [32, 33].
Due to a better understanding of physiopathologic mechanisms of addictive disease, it is clear that no single therapeutic approach able to cover its many facets, is necessary multidisciplinary management, with two main therapeutic tools currently available: the pharmacological and psychosocial therapy.