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.

physiopathologic

/phys·io·patho·log·ic/ (fiz″e-o-path″ah-loj´ik) pertaining to pathologic physiology.

physiopathologic

[fiz′ē·əpath′əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, physis, nature, pathos, disease, logos, science
pertaining to the physiologic approach to disease.
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Altogether, our observations highlight key physiopathologic consequences of chronic exposure to DEHP and highlight the metabolic importance of the species-specific metabolic consequences of PPAR[alpha] activation by xenobiotics compounds.
Table 2 Physiopathologic findings and clinical management for SAD vs BD SAD BD Differences May be unipolar or bipolar Increased risk of Defined by seasonality psychosis and psychiatric Light therapy and hospitalization Most BD is antidepressants indicated not seasonal Mood stabilizers indicated Risk of switching states with light therapy and antidepressants Similarities Atypical depressive symptom presentation Highly recurrent Predictable season of recurrence allows proactive treatment Assess for mania and hypomania in both disorders Light therapy requires clinical supervision Psychotherapy may be beneficial BD: bipolar disorder; SAD: seasonal affective disorder
Leukoerythroblastosis and cancer frequency, prognosis, and physiopathologic significance.
Biochemistry of the physiopathologic and clinical aspects of free radicals in skin diseases.
The effects of alterations in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPAA) and sympathetic nervous system on homeostasis and physiopathologic relation of FMS with this axis were shown previously (14-17, 20, 31).
The contrasting pattern between admissions and mortality could also be related to differences in physiopathologic mechanisms.
Several studies have shown a possible influence of a local decrease in gastric somatostatin (SS) in the physiopathologic characteristic of functional dyspepsia disease.
Conclusions: The relationship between hormonal changes and depressive symptoms is well documented, however the physiopathologic process that causes this phenomenon is unknown.
The experimental design herein presented offers appropriate conditions for the physiopathologic study of the interrelationship between the intestinal wall and bacteria under in vitro conditions very similar to in situ conditions.
Histologic alterations present in the distal digit of the horse with acute laminitis reflect the occurrence of three processes: angiopathy, mechanical distortion of the dermal-epidermal tissues and physiopathologic response in these tissues with angiopathy preceding the other two (Baxter, 1994).
Plasma fibrinogen: determination, normal values, physiopathologic shifts, and fluctuations.
In this article we revise the etiologic and physiopathologic aspects, as well as the clinical focus and the current management of the ED.