pathology[ puh-thol-uh-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF pathology
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PATHOLOGY
A place in pathology was first assured to them by Virchow's discovery of leukæmia.
Muir, R. Contribution to the physiology and pathology of the blood.
This has been fully established by pathology, as well as by my own experiments.
There was practically no histology taught, and little or no pathology.
We have thus our 'pathology' or theory of the passive sensibilities of man.
This case presents a question in pathology which is of interest.
Nothing in pathology has exceeded the application of metaphysics.
Very little was said of pathology; and of bacteriology next to nothing.
His pathology is that of obstructions, a curious fancy of the learned.
Brown-Squard was lecturing on the pathology of the nervous system.