diathesis

NOUN
  1. constitutional predisposition to a particular disease or abnormality
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  • Is this sort of unintentional ? insult a legacy of past/distant worse inequities, or a possible diathesis for future ones? In Defense Of Generalizations and “Petty” Complaints
  • The relation between sundry idiosyncrasies and diathesis and a liability to fractures is too constant and well-established a pathological fact to need more than a passing reference. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • That the Greek describes object choices in terms of diathesis, meaning leanings/inclinations or bodily state or condition, and gnome, translated as will, inclination, and dispositions (164-65), further suggests that, at least in these instances, we may have more in common with the The Uses and Abuses of Historicism: Halperin and Shelley on the Otherness of Ancient Greek Sexuality
  • While, therefore, a calculus is only as urine precipitated and solidified, and this fluid only as calculous matter suspended in a menstruum, it must appear that the lithic diathesis is as natural and universal as structural disintegration is constant and general in operation. Surgical Anatomy
  • Conclusions The occurrence of akathisia was affected by biological time, psychiatric symptom, drug and personal diathesis.
  • The combine of human and science spirit is basic diathesis of modern person with ability.
  • The 14% clinical gain observed in this study may be attributable to the expected proportion of 5-15% of H pylori positive patients with a true ulcer diathesis.
  • Patients regularly using drugs (e.g. NSAIDs) that would increase the risk of hemorrhage, or patients with bleeding tendency or hemorrhagic diathesis. Paxil Study 329 All Over Again?
  • This state, which is called sthenic diathesis, is often accompanied by a redness, swelling, pain, and increased heat of some particular part: these symptoms constitute what is usually termed an inflammation of the part. Popular Lectures on Zoonomia Or The Laws of Animal Life, in Health and Disease
  • A very principal object however is to understand the nature of predisposition, and the kind of diathesis, whether sthenic or asthenic, to which it inclines: this not only throws light on the nature of the disease, but affords us the only means of preventing it. Popular Lectures on Zoonomia Or The Laws of Animal Life, in Health and Disease
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