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The story provides an illuminating glimpse into many of the deeper pathologies afflicting the GOP, one that illustrates what’s on the line in Georgia with great clarity.
The five-page report, acquired by the Los Angeles Times, cited pathology and radiology scans, prescriptions, consent forms, and transcripts from phone interviews.
Many viral infections can cause undiagnosed pathology, but severe long-term effects are relatively uncommon.
This is because, Recht said, the pathologies in other body parts tend to occupy a greater number of pixels in the MRIs compared to those in the knee, where evidence of damage can be just a few pixels in length.
Epilepsy remains, notwithstanding all the advance in modern nervous pathology, quite as mysterious a disease as it has ever been.
Hay fever "has a pathology" if urticaria has a pathology, for urticaria, too, subsides and leaves no traces.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
The microscope ceased to be an object of interest, the secrets of pathology and physiology had been mastered.
Many of these are of a pathological character, but others have no connexion with the domain of pathology.
The professor of pathology came along, a man who had more the look of a sacristan than of a physician.

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