Definition of Pathognomic. Meaning of Pathognomic. Synonyms of Pathognomic

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Pathognomic. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Pathognomic and, of course, Pathognomic synonyms and on the right images related to the word Pathognomic.

Definition of Pathognomic

No result for Pathognomic. Showing similar results...

Meaning of Pathognomic from wikipedia

- Pathognomonic (rare synonym pathognomic) is a term, often used in medicine, that means "characteristic for a particular disease". A pathognomonic sign...
- personality characteristics. Rejection, Form Appropriateness, Shading, Pathognomic Verbalization, Barrier, and Penetration had lower stability coefficients...
- specific tasks that deal with the left and right side of the body. Third is pathognomic signs, or specific test results that directly relate to a distinct disorder...
- cells," so named because of the appearance of their chromatin. They are pathognomic foci of fibrinoid necrosis found in many sites, most often the myocardium...
- dermatologic findings, such as cafe-au-lait spots, and the presence of the once pathognomic elevated SCEs is reported for persons with mutations in TOP3A and RMI1...
- Holman-Miller sign (forward bowing of posterior wall of maxilla) is pathognomic of angiofibroma.[citation needed] DSA (digital subtraction angiography)...
- porphyrins, raised faecal porphyrins, markedly raised plasma porphyrins (pathognomic) and finding photosensitive cutaneous lesions on clinical examination...
- upper back of some people with it. These skin lesions are considered pathognomic for the disease. Finally, the storage of GAGs in the brain can lead to...
- given diagnosis, usually this finding alone is not considered absolutely pathognomic for one specific tumor type. Loss or gain of genetic information is the...
- muscles of the face. Duchenne was convinced that the "truth" of his pathognomic experiments could only be effectively rendered by photography, the subject's...
Loading...