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Organic diseases

Definition (

An organic disease is one which involves or affects physiology or bodily organs. A disease in which there is a physiological change to some tissue or organ of the body. Organic disease may also be used to mean a condition that is not caused by an infection. (Wikipedia)

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Cardiovascular diseases
Digestive system diseases
Ear diseases
Endocrine diseases
Eye diseases
Foot diseases
Genital diseases
Joint diseases
Mammary gland diseases
Musculoskeletal diseases
Nervous system diseases
Respiratory diseases
Skin diseases
Urinary tract diseases
Animal diseases
Human diseases

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