Definition of nosological in English:



  • See nosology

    • ‘There is much evidence, including our own, indicating that patients with BDI and BDII represent two different nosological conditions.’
    • ‘I would like to make a small but practical nosological contribution.’
    • ‘A new nosological scheme has derived from the need to rapidly assess patients at presentation so that powerful new treatments can be appropriately selected.’
    • ‘These limitations notwithstanding, the present report raises key nosological and methodological questions regarding the diagnosis of children having problems with attention and behavioral inhibition.’
    • ‘It has a nosological status and is clearly associated with suffering, ill health, and disability.’