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PATHOLOGY, med. jur. The science or doctrine of diseases. In cases of homicides, abortions, and the like, it is of great consequence to the legal practitioner to be acquainted, in some degree, with pathology. 2 Chit. Pr. 42, note.

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BEIRUT: Cesar, the concierge of an apartment block, is pathologically depressed.
Later chapters cover areas such as differentiating human from nonhuman bone, light microscopic analysis of pathologically changed bones, and the histology laboratory and principles of microscope instrumentation.
The current NICE guidelines are already kind to the one in 10 women who are pathologically afraid of natural childbirth.
It is now evident that there are those in a section of the FIFA fraternity who are not only pathologically mendacious, but in the face of FIFA's stated position and its voluntary recognition of my contribution to world football and by definition to FIFA, will stop at no length to destroy my legacy.
The ad for this Satsumahued partnership has a pathologically cheerful Sainsbury's cashier pelting weak travel puns at a bewildered shopper.
Casey Anthony has a lot of the features of both a pathologically narcissistic person and histrionic personality.
Adults in the top fifth of added sugar consumption were 3 times more likely to have a pathologically low concentration than adults in the bottom fifth (odds ratio 3.
The patients with NPE presented with high intracranial pressure and pathologically high cardiac biomarkers.
All Rights Reserved LA - an overwhelmed erotic dancer (Biel), a grieving husband (Whitaker), a terminally ill ex-con (Liotta) and a pathologically shy mortician (Redmayne).
Recording five verdicts of accidental death, Christopher Johnson said: "It is inconceivable to me that Mr Mercer would drive his car the way he did unless he had had some kind of medical event, although pathologically it has not been possible to show that.
In the study, futile thoracotomy was defined as a benign lung lesion; pathologically proven mediastinal lymph node involvement (stage IIIA), IIIB, or IV disease; inoperable T3 or T4 disease; or recurrent disease or death from any cause within one year of randomization.