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pathology

noun [U] uk   /pəˈθɒl.ə.dʒi/  us   /-ˈθɑː.lə-/
Translations of “pathology”
in Vietnamese bệnh lý học…
in Spanish patología…
in Thai พยาธิวิทยา…
in Malaysian patologi…
in French pathologie…
in German die Pathologie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 病理學…
in Indonesian ilmu penyakit…
in Russian патология…
in Turkish hastalık ilmi, patoloji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 病理学…
in Polish patologia…
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