[ adjective ] relating to a clinic or conducted in or as if in a clinic and depending on direct observation of patients
"clinical observation" "clinical case study"
Used in print(LeRoy Fothergill, "Biological Warfare", in Peter...)
In some instances a different clinical disease picture may result from this route of exposure , making diagnosis difficult .(J. W. C. Hagstrom et al., "Debilitating muscular...)
Muscle weakness is now recognized as an uncommon though serious complication of steroid therapy , with most of the synthetic adrenal corticosteroids in clinical use .
The clinical impression at this time was either muscular_dystrophy or polymyositis .(E. Gellhorn, "Prolegomena to a theory of the emotions"...)
Physiological experiments and clinical observations have shown that these procedures influence the hypothalamically controlled hypophyseal secretions and increase sympathetic discharges .
Some investigators have found a parallelism between remissions and return of the sympathetic reactivity of the hypothalamus to the normal level as indicated by the Mecholyl_test and , conversely , between clinical impairment and increasing deviation of this test from the norm .
[ adjective ] scientifically detached; unemotional
"he spoke in the clipped clinical monotones typical of police testimony"
Used in print(David Boroff, "Jewish Teen-Age Culture"...)
Intermarriage , which is generally regarded_as a threat to Jewish survival , was regarded not with horror or apprehension but with a kind of mild , clinical disapproval .