D., Anatomic. 1. A diagnosis based ujxm the recognition of definite anatomic alterations lying back of the phenomena. 2. A postmortem diagnosis. D., Pathologic, diagnosis based upon the nature of a lesion without regard to its situation. D., Topographic, that based upon the seat of a lesion.
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