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Definition of Nonallopathic Lesions?

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There is no exact medical definition of nonallopathic lesions. A lesion is typically defined as a sore or bruise on the skin or under its surface. The term nonallopathic is found all over the Internet, but has no dominant meaning. At best, a cloudy definition may be found, but should not be relied upon as the actual definition of nonallopathic lesions or the term nonallopathic unto itself. It does not appear in any major medical dictionaries or publications, thus the reason no exact definition can be found.
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The word lesion refers to a injury or a bruise. Nonallopathic has not really appeared in any of the major medical dictionaries as of July 2012.
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A lesion is described as being a diseased or infected part of a piece of one's skin. Lesions can be removed, and are by doctors, as well as tested.
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A brain lesion is an area of injury or disease within the brain,
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lesion: any localized abnormal structural change in a bodily part; an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)
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