Definitions of clinically

  1. in a clinical manner; " she is clinically qualified"
  2. In a clinical manner.
  3. By the bedside.

Usage examples for clinically

  1. In the first class the chances of error are decidedly reduced by the skilled veterinarian by making careful physical examination and diagnosing clinically these advanced cases, and by the injection of double or triple doses into all recently tested cattle, with the taking of the after- temperature, beginning two hours following the injection and continuing hourly for 20 hours. – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
  2. Kraepelin, by studying the entire life history of his patients, was able to show that certain disease pictures when studied in cross section may simulate one another very closely clinically and at the same time be of the most diverse significance prognostically. – Studies in Forensic Psychiatry by Bernard Glueck
  3. Bainbridge, Savage, and other English investigators consider indeed that the true food poisoning cases should be ascribed to B. suipestifer and would restrict the term B. paratyphosus to those bacteria causing " an illness clinically indistinguishable from typhoid fever." – Food Poisoning by Edwin Oakes Jordan
  4. The diagnosis of cancer may be made clinically by noting the simultaneous infection of the lymph glands which surround the primary lesion. – Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
  5. Clinically however, these varieties are often combined. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  6. Clinically this was nowhere near proved yet. – Mate in Two Moves by Winston Marks
  7. Are there any new genetic engineering developments effectively clinically available? – The Online World by Odd de Presno
  8. It is for this reason particularly that mild diet regulations are clinically more judicious than the absolute denial which on chemical and physiological grounds seems to be the scientific ideal. – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
  9. He then began to take notes on all the morbid appearances that he found in bodies, recognizing very clearly that he must trace out not only the main cause of the disease, but also the subsidiary pathological factors that were at work in the production of the various symptoms of the special case as he had studied it clinically – Makers of Modern Medicine by James J. Walsh
  10. The dimness of sight caused by alcohol or tobacco has long been clinically recognized, although not until recently accurately understood. – A Practical Physiology by Albert F. Blaisdell
  11. By taking the average man as his hero, by having no hero, no villain, only probable levels, by limiting human nature to the bounds within which he can clinically examine it, he shirks, for the most part, the greatest crisis of the soul. – Figures of Several Centuries by Arthur Symons
  12. Clinically all these injuries are difficult to diagnose with accuracy, and, without the use of the X- rays, it is impossible in many cases to go further than to say that a fracture exists above the level of the surgical neck. – Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition. by Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson
  13. I began to consider my clinically recorded data of my sessions with Bob through ambivalence. – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
  14. What Morgagni thus determined by precise studies in pathological anatomy had been clinically observed by many of the distinguished old- time practitioners of medicine, who knew the fatal tendencies of organic heart symptoms, yet recognized that many cardiac cases associated with gastric symptoms did not have an unfavorable prognosis. – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh