... as a science
Pathology is a broad and complex
scientific field which seeks to understand the ...
Inflammation is a particularly important and complex
reaction to tissue injury, and is particularly ... test results, performing interpretations of more complex
studies, and serving as a consultant to ...
... why they may not have been found so far is that complex
mental disorders likely result from minute and ... but multifactorial brain-wide disorders with complex
interactions between environment and genetics E.g ... & Velakoulis, D. (2006) Neuropsychiatry of complex
visual hallucinations. Australian and New Zealand ...
Computers in Medicine and Health Care
... deal with the language of science: mathematics. To understand more deeply complex
natural phenomena, scientists must use complex
mathematical relationships and volumes of data too impossible to manage ...
Family history (medicine)
... possible reasons:
Adoption or illegitimacy
Lack of contact between close relatives
Uncertainty about the relative's exact diagnosis
situations, a family tree may be necessary to cover the necessary aspects.
Not all positive family histories imply a ...
... handles substances differently when there is disease or pathology present. The radionuclide introduced into the body is often chemically bound to a complex
that acts characteristically within the body; this is commonly known as a tracer. In the presence of disease, a tracer will often be distributed ...
... theoretical possibility exists that there may be some positive treatment effects, although this has not been empirically established. The relatively complex
dynamics of this kind of compromise are an interesting subject that needs to be studied in more detail.
A substantial proportion of patients (and ...
... antigens, such as insulin, creating an "immunological self-shadow".   This allows single positive thymocytes to be exposed to a more complex
set of self-antigens than is present in the cortex, and therefore more efficiently deletes those T cells which are autoreactive.
Single positive ...