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pathography

Line breaks: path|og¦raphy
Pronunciation: /pəˈθɒɡrəfi
 
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Definition of pathography in English:

noun (plural pathographies)

[mass noun]
The study of the life of an individual or the history of a community with regard to the influence of a particular disease or psychological disorder: pathography is a psychoanalytic approach to the realm of art that depends on detailed knowledge of an artist’s personal life history [count noun]: in representing the relationship between her illness and her art, I have attempted to avoid the perspective of a pathography
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  • At Auburn University two courses have introduced students to the concept of medical histories, the patient pathography, patient interviewing and practice with real patients.
  • In this regard, the patient pathography is proposed as an additional or alternative patient-data collection method.
  • In essence, the patient pathography can be utilized to assist pharmacists in achieving optimal therapeutic outcomes.

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