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 DeCS Categories

HP2 Homeopathic Clinics .
HP2.018 Diagnoses in Homeopathy .
HP2.018.205 Biopathographic Diagnosis .
HP6 Homeopathic Semiology .
HP6.018 Homeopathic Anamnesis .
HP6.018.129 Data Collection .
HP6.018.129.029 Biopathographical History .
SP8 Disasters .
SP8.946 Disaster Management .
SP8.946.702 Disaster Planning .
SP8.946.702.667 Specialties in Disasters .
SP8.946.702.667.544 Biogeography .
V01 Publication Components .
V01.165 Bibliography .
V01.165.150 Biobibliography .
V01.175 Biography .
V02 Publication Formats .
V02.165 Bibliography .
V02.165.500 Biobibliography .
V02.170 Biography .
V02.530 Historical Article .
V02.530.150 Biography .
 Synonyms & Historicals
Biopathographical History .
Biopathography .
Prosoposibiography .
Biopathographyc Symptoms .
After studying the Being as a whole, the corresponding life history is re-constructed in an attempt to identify the exact moments at which imbalances took place in the organism, leading to the occurrence of illnesses. .
Biography .
Current Biog-Obit .
Historical Biography .
Biography [Publication Type] .
Works consisting of an account of the events, works, and achievements, personal and professional, during a person's life. It includes articles on the activities and accomplishments of living persons as well as the presentation of an obituary. .
Biopathographic Diagnosis .
Diagnosis, Biopathographic .
Determination of the triggering or aggravating factors in connection with the patient's symptomatic manifestations, generally of a psychic nature involved in his/her story. .
Biogeography .
The science that deals with the causes, modifications and interactions of geographical distribution of living organisms on earth (Material V - Gunn, S.W.A. Multilingual Dictionary of Disaster Medicine and International Relief, 1990) .
Biobibliography .
Bio-Bibliography .
Biobibliography [Publication Type] .
Works consisting of biographical information as well as lists of the writings of those persons. .
/pathology .
/biopsy .
/cytopathology .
/histopathology .
Used for organ, tissue, or cell structure in disease states. .