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acidose, zuurvergiftigingacidosis - alkalosis - gewrichtsverstijvinganchylosis, ancylosis, ankylosis - arteriectasia, arteriectasis - asynergia, asynergy - hartstilstandasystole, cardiac arrest, cardiopulmonary arrest, heart failure - diverticulosis - flux - fluorosis - gammaglobulinopathy, gammopathy - glossolalia - angiopathy - aphagia - stenosis, stricture - atherogenesis - ascites - azymia - bacteremia, bacteriaemia, bacteriemia - induratie, sclerose, verkalking, weefselverhardinginduration, scleroma, sclerosis - lipomatosis - steen, steengruiscalculus, gravel, lithiasis, stone - cartilaginification - blaas, cyste, watergezwelcyst - adenomyohyperplasia, adenomyometritis, adenomyosis, adenomyosis uteri, endometriosis, endometriosis interna, endometriosis uterina, stromal adenomyosis, uterine adenomyosis - wegcontact, wegliggingadhesion - bronzed diabetes, hemochromatosis, iron overload, iron-storage disease - infarctinfarct, infarction - macrocytosis - fibrosefibrosis - malacia - mastopathy, mazopathy - neurose, zenuwziekteneuropathy, neurosis - myopathy - botontkalking, ontkalking, osteoporoseosteoporosis - priapism - demineralisation, demineralization - etteringpyorrhea, pyorrhoea - niervergiftiging, uremieazotaemia, azotemia, uraemia, uremia - azoturia - lesion - lymphadenopathy - gangrene, slough, sphacelus - hyperbilirubinaemia, hyperbilirubinemia - palilalia - reflux, splatter excessive drawback, splatter-excessive drawn-back - otorrhea - rhinopathy - hydronephrosis, nephrohydrosis, nephrydrosis, uronephrosis - atelectasis - anoxemia - coprolalia - autoimmunity - dysergie, dysfunctiedisfunction, dysfunction - sarcoidosis - carotenemia, xanthemia - stasis - uropathy - varicosis - viraemia, viremia - volvulus - arthropathy[Spéc.]

diagnosticus, patholoog, patholoog-anatome, patholoog-anatoom, patoloog-anatome, patoloog-anatoomanatomopathologist, diagnostician, pathologist[Dérivé]

kwaal, pathisch, pathologisch, patisch, patologisch, ziek, ziekelijk, ziektediseased, morbid, pathologic, pathological[Rel.App.]

pathologie (n.f.) • pathology (n.)

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