Pathologic Process
Definition of Pathologic Process:
A biologic function or a process having an abnormal or deleterious effect at the subcellular, cellular, multicellular, or organismal level. (NCI)
Pathologic Process is part of the Biological Process group
Related Terms
Amyloidogenesis
Autoimmune Process
B-Lymphoma Development
Cancer Cell Growth Regulation
Carcinogen Effect in Offspring
Invasion
Cell Stress Process
Degeneration
Disease Progression
Extravasation
Host-Parasite Relationship
Immunologic Tolerance
Impaired Cell Membrane Integrity
Impaired Cytoskeletal Integrity
Infarction
Injection Site Reaction
Leukostasis
Lysis
Mitochondrial Damage
Neovascularization
Pathogenesis
Pseudomembrane Formation
Suppuration
Tumor-Associated Process
Tumor Embolism
Ulceration