Examples of “clinical conditions” = “diseases” (i.e. including symptoms, signs, findings on examination. lab, biopsy, X-ray and more sophisticated diagnostic procedures):
“Welcome to the clinical conditions section of CornellUrology.com. On the left, under "clinical conditions," select a clinical condition section that is important to you.”
Minimal Access Surgery
Testis Cancer http://www.cornellurology.com/conditions.shtml
“clinical conditions” is being used here synonymously with “diseases” for the whole entity, not just for the clinical examination and findings.
“Intern Prescribing for Common Clinical Conditions”
[the four clinical conditions being post-operative pain, urinary tract infection, asthma, and community-acquired pneumonia]http://www.springerlink.com/content/j758069j4...