the branch of pathology dealing with the study of disease and disease processes by means of chemical, microscopic, and serologic examinations.
a subspecialty of pathology focusing on theoretical and technical aspects of the diagnosis and prevention of disease and patient care; the use of laboratory methods in clinical diagnosis
clinical pathology n.
noun 1. the branch of psychology dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of personality and behavioral disorders. noun 1. the branch of psychology that studies and treats mental illness and mental retardation noun See counseling psychology clinical psychology n. The branch of psychology that studies and treats emotional or behavioral disorders. clinical psychology (klĭn’ĭ-kəl) See […]
- Clinical spectrometry
clinical spectrometry n. See biospectrometry.
- Clinical spectroscopy
clinical spectroscopy n. See biospectroscopy.
1. the scientific investigation of a new treatment that has shown some benefit in animal or laboratory studies, but that has not yet been proven effective in humans.