Definition of clinical ecology in English:

clinical ecology

Syllabification: clin·i·cal e·col·o·gy

noun

  • An earlier name for environmental medicine.
    More example sentences
    • To consider the current practice of clinical ecology experimental is misleading, however.
    • By now the reader will have readily grasped one of the key working principles of clinical ecology which is that of individual biological variation.
    • In 1989, The American College of Physicians published a position paper on clinical ecology that recommended the following.

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