Adjective(1) of or relating to the practice of pathology(2) caused by or evidencing a mentally disturbed condition(3) caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology
(1) The pathological mechanisms of disease progression are unclear but oxidant stress may play a role.(2) Because treatment tends to be individually focused, most family members of pathological gamblers never receive the care they need.(3) Another limitation is that it focused on people with relatively minor gambling problems - only four of the participants were classified as pathological gamblers.(4) Of course, America's critics regard the country's obsession with sovereignty and self-government as anachronistic and pathological .(5) It was an obsession bordering on the pathological .(6) Problem gambling and pathological gambling are well-defined psychiatric conditions.(7) The essential problem with compulsive gamblers, however, is their blindness to this pathological desire to lose.(8) We can see that the Egyptians recognized the connection between food and the cause of certain pathological diseases.(9) The following studies are examples of pathological responses in animals that were induced by exposure to UV rays.(10) Our study of pathological prognostic factors at presentation confirmed these findings for women with early breast cancer.(11) As indicated in the literature, probable pathological gamblers in adolescence are at risk of becoming adult pathological gamblers, especially when they participate in a variety of gambling activities.(12) Because of this it can also help remove the pathological buildup of calcium associated with arthritic joints.(13) Evidence of pathological change in the COPD diaphragm is continuing to mount.(14) The author claims that historical, iconographic, pathological , physical, and chemical evidence points to inauthenticity.(15) To check out all the other results and confirm that my pathological lying ├ö├ç├┐issue├ö├ç├û is all in the past, click here and see for yourself.(16) Probable pathological gamblers have a score greater than 4, and were included in the present study as problem gamblers.
(1) pathological changes :: newidiadau patholegol
1. morbid ::
2. compulsive ::
Different Formspathological, pathologically
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...can stem from a PATHOLOGICAL fear
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But, sure, I only seemed to be
a PATHOLOGICAL jealous woman
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...to overcome PATHOLOGICAL shyness.
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...is you have a PATHOLOGICAL need
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and he has a PATHOLOGICAL need
to make a good impression.
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