physiologic

[adj] - of or consistent with an organism`s normal functioning
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Physiologic

Physiologic: Something that is normal, neither due to anything pathologic nor significant in terms of causing illness.
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Physiologic

Phys`i·o·log'ic adjective [ Latin physiologicus , Greek ...: confer French physiologique .] Physiological.
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physiologic

physiological adjective of or consistent with an organism`s normal functioning; `physiologic functions`; `physiological processes`
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physiologic

(fiz″e-o-loj´ik) pertaining to physiology; normal; not pathologic.
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Physiologic

• (a.) Physiological.
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physiologic

normal; not pathologic; characteristic of or conforming to the normal functioning or state of the body or a tissue or organ; physiological.
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physiologic

physiologic 1. Pertaining to physiology. 2. Pertaining to natural or normal functional processes in living organisms, as opposed to those that are pathological. 3. In a normal or natural state or quantity, as opposed to pharmacological.
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physiologic

Type: Term Pronunciation: fiz′ē-ō-loj′ik, -loj′i-kăl Definitions: 1. Relating to physiology. 2. Normal, as opposed to pathologic; denoting the various vital processes. 3. Denoting something that is apparent from its functional effects rather than from its anatomic structure (a physiologic sphincter). 4. Denoting a d...
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physiologic

Having to do with the functions of the body. When used in the phrase "physiologic age," it refers to an age assigned by general health, as opposed to calendar age.
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physiologic

Type: Term Pronunciation: fiz′ē-ō-loj′ik, -loj′i-kăl Definitions: 1. Relating to physiology. 2. Normal, as opposed to pathologic; denoting the various vital processes. 3. Denoting something that is apparent from its functional effects rather than from its anatomic structure (a physiologic sphincter). 4. Denoting a d...
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physiologic

Having to do with the functions of the body. When used in the phrase "physiologic age," it refers to an age assigned by general health, as opposed to calendar age.
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