Over the past 50 years, the proportion of Americans who are clinically obese has increased by 2.5-fold.
Then the researchers would move on to step two: suppose they found the clinically significant reduction they were hoping for?
Actually putting on a pair is a clinically proven health hazard.
Death is considered both legally and clinically to have occurred by either of these two categories.
Presidents of the United States—all presidents—tend to adopt a clinically utilitarian view of the people who serve them.
Three more patients treated both by the Koch injections and by operation were reported as clinically improved.
clinically, so far as the direct gastric symptoms are concerned, it is difficult to separate them.
clinically it is recognized by the occurrence after pregnancy of violent haemorrhages, progressive cachexia and fever with rigors.
Pfeiffer has tried to introduce it clinically in suitable cases, but has not so far succeeded in obtaining definite results.
clinically, carious bone yields a soft grating sensation under the pressure of the probe.
clinical clin·i·cal (klĭn'ĭ-kəl)
Relating to the bedside treatment of a patient or to the course of the disease.
Relating to the observed symptoms and course of a disease.