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Synonyms for etiological

of or relating to the philosophical study of causation

relating to the etiology of a disease

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HL was the second ranked etiological factor for recurrent stroke with
Rather, the application of Ancient Near Eastern texts in a comparative spirit by the modern scholar yields a slew of etiological tales, local concerns (geographic, philological, political), and an ancient sense of often not-very-morally-elevating insider texts, produced, as Spinoza insisted, for one people, in one place and one time.
Various etiological factors have been held responsible for squamous metaplasia and subsequent carcinoma.
There are some evidences about the etiological role of genetic factors, infectious agents, environmental agents (titanium, metal dust, birds, molds, aerosolized plant, .
monocytogenes, the etiological agent for listeriosis, is able to form biofilms on various surfaces, ranging from raw food materials to processing equipment.
2007CB513104), the State Key Laboratory of Veterinary Etiological Biology, Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (SKLVEB2009KFKT014 and SKLVEB2010KFKT010), and the Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education (Grant no.
Jesus' choice stands in sharp contrast to the choice made by the first humans, who are featured in the etiological narrative of creation and the explanation for how evil became part of the human experience (Genesis, first reading).
The forecast also provides GHD diagnosed cases in children segmented by the etiological classifications (idiopathic and organic; organic further segmented into congenital and acquired).
Although heterotopic ossification has various etiological factors, treatment usually consists of range of motion exercises, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, bisphosphonates, radiotherapy, and surgical treatment options.
Recognizing the etiological factors of past terrorist activity can possibly help future prevention of terrorism.
Common etiological factors, treatment strategies, and proposed mechanisms of change are discussed.
Evidence that marijuana use might play an etiological role in the development of psychotic disorders and schizophrenia has been mounting (Eur.
The present study aimed at retrospectively investigating the outcomes, etiological causes, treatment methods and mortality rates of ARF in children aged 1 month to 18 years who were hospitalized in pediatric wards and intensive care units.
These anonymous authors used etiological narratives to explain to their contemporaries, for example, why different groups of Semites spoke different languages (Tower of Babel), to explain why the Israelites (fathered by Jacob) and the Edomites (fathered by Esau) were closely related by often at war with each other, to explain why Rahab's (the prostitute who sheltered Joshua and his men when they spied on Jericho) relatives (foreigners) stilled lived in Canaan, and why the tribe of Jacob's eldest son, Reuben, produced no King (see Genesis 49:3-4).