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pathos
  1. The quality or property of anything which touches the feelings or excites emotions and passions, especially that which awakens tender emotions, such as pity, sorrow, and the like; contagious warmth of feeling, action, or expression; pathetic quality.
  2. (rhetoric) A writer or speaker's attempt to persuade an audience through appeals involving the use of strong emotions such as pity.
  3. (literature) An author's attempt to evoke a feeling of pity or sympathetic sorrow for a character.
  4. (theology) In theology and existentialist ethics following Kierkegaard and Heidegger, a deep and abiding commitment of the heart, as in the notion of "finding your passion" as an important aspect of a fully lived, engaged life.
  5. Suffering; the enduring of active stress or affliction.
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  7. Examples:
    1. “It is astonishing that so much pathos can be wrung from the fate of a toy.”
      “He arranges a side-by-side comparison of Oedipus' irony and pathos with the wildness of his passion.”
      “They present a perfect blend of pathos, wonder, derision, fear, disgust and fury.”
pathology
  1. (medicine) The branch of medicine concerned with the study of the nature of disease and its causes, processes, development, and consequences.
  2. (medicine) The medical specialty that provides microscopy and other laboratory services (e.g., cytology, histology) to clinicians.
  3. Pathosis: any deviation from a healthy or normal structure or function; abnormality; illness or malformation.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “The question of what constitutes a diagnostic error in anatomic pathology should be addressed.”
      “The instinctive personal preference and familiarity with formalin is an important factor in diagnostic surgical pathology.”
      “In 1963 he became professor of pathology at the institute and a founder fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists.”
pathobiology
  1. (biology) The branch of biology that deals with pathology with greater emphasis on the biological than on the medical aspects.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The study has three pillars: clinical and genetic epidemiology, pathobiology and neuroimaging.”
      “In May, Mr. Burns, 25, completed his first year of a doctoral program in pathobiology at New York University.”
      “A professor of comparative pathobiology in Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine, Suresh Mittal, said this.”
pathologist
  1. An expert in pathology; a specialist who examines samples of body tissues for diagnostic or forensic purpose.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The pathologist conducted a thorough examination of the autopsy report to determine the cause of death in the mysterious murder case.”
      “Additionally, all gross examinations performed by nonpathologist individuals must be reviewed by a pathologist.”
      “Each month, following the ADASP recommendations, cases were randomly selected and reviewed by 1 pathologist.”
pathobiont
  1. Any potentially pathological (disease-causing) organism which, under normal circumstances, lives as a symbiont
pathomechanism
  1. (pathology) pathological mechanism; the mechanism by which a pathological condition occurs
  2. Examples:
    1. “Thus, it is easy to see how diseases as different as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and chronic fatigue syndrome can all share the same pathomechanism.”
pathoglycemia
  1. (pathology) A pathological level of sugar in the blood
pathomorphology
  1. The morphology of a pathological condition.
pathosis
pathobiologist
  1. One who studies pathobiology.
pathoses
pathomorphologies
  1. plural of pathomorphology
pathobiologists
  1. plural of pathobiologist
pathomechanisms
  1. plural of pathomechanism
pathobiologies
  1. plural of pathobiology
pathologists
  1. plural of pathologist
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Performing sentinel lymph node biopsy requires coordinated expertise between nuclear medicine physicians, pathologists, and surgeons.”
      “Doctors also argue that detailed autopsy of stillborn babies has allowed pathologists to identify viruses that can cause miscarriages.”
      “If they get proper consent, then nothing prevents pathologists from carrying out post-mortems.”
pathobionts
  1. plural of pathobiont
pathologies
  1. plural of pathology
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  3. Examples:
    1. “There is the belief that functional brain scanning can individuate mental pathologies in the living brain.”
      “These poor deluded racists seem to think that pathologies are the natural course of events for most people.”
      “Yet the perversities of slave society bent these otherwise commendable traits into heinous pathologies.”
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