Physiological Diseases?


A physiological disease is a disease caused when the normal working of the body system is affected. This could be as a result of malfunctioning body organs or body cellular structures changing over a period of time causing illness.
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Physiological Disease. A physiological disease is a disease in which the organs or the systems in the body malfunction causing illnesses.
The physiological basis for disease is a course taught in medical school.
It's any disease that affects the function of an organ or a structure of the body. Two examples would be cancer and chronic renal disease. Physiology refers to function. Source(s)
The yellow discoloration of skin and eyes associated with jaundice is caused by a compound called bilirubin, which is a waste product produced when red blood cells are broken down
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