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Synonyms for etiologic

of or relating to the philosophical study of causation

relating to the etiology of a disease

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In addition an etiologic diagnosis provides for a more accurate prognosis20,21.
6%) whereas in males the most common etiologic factor was CAD (12.
pneumoniae has been the most common etiologic agent identified.
It was significantly associated with the detection of etiologic diagnosis (p=0.
The challenge agent used should be identical to the etiologic agent that causes the human disease.
The investigators were able to determine the etiologic agents causing mastoiditis in 60 children (49%).
It has been reported that the etiologic agent in pneumonia is never identified in 50% of cases.
Etiologic case-control studies reverse the order of investigations and start at the end: individuals who have developed lung cancer (cases), the disease of interest, are compared with a group of individuals who are free of lung cancer (controls) and who represent source population from which the cases emerged.
Necrotizing fasciitis is considered a rare soft tissue infection notable for widespread fascial necrosis with a broad range of organisms identified as etiologic agents.
From an etiologic examination and qualitative analysis of this total population, 14 major explanatory classes have been identified.
Here Efron brings in etiologic theories of these conditions by both Jewish and Christian physicians.
Notification involving etiologic agents must be given to the director, Center for Disease Control, U.
The etiologic agents of all warts are a diverse group of viruses known as the human papillomaviruses (HPVs).
When an outbreak occurs, epidemiologic data may suggest hypotheses of etiologic agent, place of eating, a meal, or a food.
Streptococcus mutans species have been shown to be the commonest etiologic agents of caries.