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the cause of a disease

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the philosophical study of causation

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I say that the killing does not have anything to do with the resurrection of the deceased etiologically in the sense that there is nothing about death as such that exerts any causal force or movement toward the beatific vision.
All roads lead to depression: clinically homogeneous, etiologically heterogeneous.
Selective targeting of p53 gene mutational hotspots in human cancers by etiologically defined carcinogens.
Epigenetic profiling reveals etiologically distinct patterns of DNA methylation in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
Identifying these events is critical, since, from my point of view, no deficiency is purposeless, unintended or etiologically of 'unknown origin'.
The close association of these antibodies with a particular set of HLA-DR [beta] MHC loci (the so-called shared epitope) and the in creased prevalence in smokers have established a major etiologically distinct subset of RA.
Is the predominant type etiologically involved in penile squamous cell carcinoma.
This concept, proposed originally by Ribot (1897) and further developed by Kraepelin (1919) and Bleuler (1950), has long been argued to be a central and etiologically important feature of schizophrenia.
Our findings suggest that chronic depression during the life course may be etiologically associated with an increased risk of dementia, particularly VaD, whereas depression that occurs for the first time in late life is likely to reflect a prodromal stage of dementia, in particular AD," the authors concluded.
However, dementia may be related etiologically to a general medical condition, cerebrovascular disease, persisting effects of substance abuse (including toxin exposure), infections like HIV, or multiple other etiologies.
The elevated plus maze (EPM) is considered to be an etiologically valid animal model of anxiety because it uses natural stimuli (Grundmann et al.
Rather, he simply etiologically explores the breeding ground for the larger world audience,--especially the West,--to understand.
Maurer M, Grabbe J: Urticaria: Its history-based diagnosis and etiologically oriented treatment.
Human papillomavirus genotype distribution in Czech women and men with diseases etiologically linked to HPV.