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clinical 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈklinikəl/,
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Of or relating to a clinic,
  1. Of or relating to a clinic
    • - an annual clinical examination
  2. Of or relating to the observation and treatment of actual patients rather than theoretical or laboratory studies
    • - clinical medicine
    • - clinical drug trials
  3. (of a disease or condition) Causing observable and recognizable symptoms
    • - clinical depression
  4. Efficient and unemotional; coldly detached
    • - the clinical detail of a textbook
  5. (of a room or building) Bare, functional, and clean


  1. 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"
  2. scientifically detached; unemotional; "he spoke in the clipped clinical monotones typical of police testimony"
  3. (clinically) in a clinical manner; "she is clinically qualified"
  4. (Clinicians) A clinic (or an outpatient clinic) is a small private or public health facility that is devoted to the care of outpatients, often in a community, in contrast to larger hospitals, which also treat inpatients. ...
  5. of or pertaining to a medical clinic or facility; dealing with how to practically manage patients, contrasting with pre-health sciences; done in a cool, emotionless fashion
  6. (Clinicians) Healthcare professionals such as surgeons, physicians, nurses, dietitians, or x-ray technicians.
  7. (clinicians) Therapists who work with people with mental health problems.
  8. Pertaining to or founded on actual observation and treatment of patients, as distinguished from theoretical or basic science.
  9. Symptoms are present, supportive therapy or treatment is necessary.
  10. Health data that has been observed by physicians using instruments, devices or laboratories.
  11. based on, or involving, direct examination and care of patients.
  12. (klin' ih kul) That which can be observed in patients. Research that uses patients to test new treatments, as opposed to laboratory testing or research in animals.
  13. Concerning or based on observance and care of subjects, as differentiated from abstract or speculative science.
  14. Refers to physical signs and symptoms directly observable in the human body.
  15. Dealing with or about people based on medical findings as opposed to theoretical or laboratory-based findings.
  16. related to hospitals, clinics, and patient care
  17. The Clinical Domain consists of 86 indicators across 20 clinical areas (e.g. coronary heart disease, heart failure, hypertension).
  18. A clinical laboratory applies only to health technology programs. A clinical is a laboratory section which meets at a health-related agency facility in lieu of on-campus laboratory facilities. Clinical laboratory sessions provide a realistic environment for student learning. ...
  19. This time is spent in a teaching hospital and typically lasts two or three years. After this is completed the student doctor is awarded a Bachelor of Medicine (BM or MB) and Bachelor of Surgery (BCh or BS). ...
  20. related to the direct observation and treatment of an individual child or family.  For example, a "clinical interview" is a face-to-face conversation.  A "clinical opinion" is the judgment of a qualified professional, based on direct contact with the child and family
  21. Refers to all shift rotations in a hospital setting. Data entry tracks events over the entire shift, rather than per incident, as field runs are recorded.
  22. used in medical practice, as opposed to just in research. Clinical trials are trials of the actual use of a therapy in people, rather than in a test tube.
  23. With regard to the course of a disease this denominates the phase following the symptomless incubation time in which the disease has broken out und can be diagnosed from the appearing symptoms. ...
  24. Sound that is pristinely clean but wholly uninvolving.
  25. Relating to disease, including disease and symptom management and involves clinical practitioners and interventions.