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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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Syphilis does not change into alterity only the body of its victim, but, at the same time, it breaks up even the skeleton of Sacombe's text The three cantos (descriptive, pathological, therapeutic), footnotes, personal anecdotes, retaking the great myths (Adonis' myth, that of Diana and Actaeon), theatrical scenes, intertextual passages, various theories (venusalgia contains various etiological theories) and different polemics (mercury is a false remedy, the origin of the disease is endemic), medical correspondences, Biblical excerpts, pathological cases accompanied by rich stylistic devices, all in all contributes to the heteroclite character of the poem.
The trajectory of one pathological case, not included in the training set, is shown by the arrows.
Given the violent end of the "First Republic," Hahn contends that a study of the period is useful, as it presents us with an opportunity to consider how a pathological case may contribute to theory.
Arrow and Hurwicz pointed out a pathological case of non-convex economy: Efficiency (Pareto optimal allocation) does not always require cost minimization.
His topics include modes of action and pharmacokinetics of the bisphosphonate family; risks, prevention, and management of the disease; and clinical pathological case samples.
Dr Qasim al Salmi, director general, The Royal Hospital said that hyperbaric medicine is a relatively new specialisation that seeks to speed up the healing process in various pathological cases.
Qasim al-Salmi, RH Director General pointed out that Hyperbaric medicine is of the relatively new medical specializations that concerns with the study of the physiological effects on the health of human body with the possibility of speeding up the healing process for various pathological cases by the use of Hyperbaric oxygen technique.
This stain produces clear distinction of cytoplasm, nucleus and tissue composition of the sample the subject of the study, and largely detects some pathological cases.
In particular, the specific goals of the MOUSIE project are: (1) development of new multi-organ MRI slice to volume reconstruction method able to provide comprehensive and relevant 3D inter-organ information of the fetal anatomy, including spine, lungs, liver and kidneys; (2) development of an US-based automated segmentation method, using a detailed MRI-US atlas of the anatomy of the fetus of 18-20 weeks of gestational age, that includes new structural similarity patterns and inter-organ shape models; (3) creation of a new generation of multi-organ fetal biomarkers based on the detailed and comprehensive anatomical information extracted from a unique database with more than 500 MRI-US scans, including healthy and pathological cases.

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