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involving or depending on several factors or causes (especially pertaining to a condition or disease resulting from the interaction of many genes)

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Glaucoma is a term describing a group of ocular disorders with multifactorial etiology united by a clinically characteristic intraocular pressure (IOP) associated optic neuropathy, [1] a definite causal relationship has been reported between the level of IOP and damage to the optic nerve with resultant change in visual field [2] Raised IOP is seen in a vast number of ocular conditions, but the two most common ocular diseases associated with increased IOP are glaucoma and ocular hypertension (OH).
This study included patients with non carious cervical lesions with reported variables of non carious cervical lesions levels, age, arch involved, most commonly and severely affected teeth and multifactorial etiology.
After you have ruled out other causes of pruritus and made a diagnosis of psychogenic itch, educate your patient about the multifactorial etiology Explain possible associations between skin disorders and unconscious reaction patterns, and the role of emotional and cognitive stimuli.
CONCLUSION: Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are a wide spectrum with multifactorial etiology and significant maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality.
Appendicitis is thought to have a multifactorial etiology, including familial factors, diet, and most notably, luminal obstruction.
An emerging body of evidence indicates that one potential factor in the multifactorial etiology of skeletal muscle insulin resistance is oxidative stress, an imbalance between the cellular exposure to an oxidant stress and the cellular antioxidant defenses.
In addition, the multifactorial etiology of PD hampers unequivocally establishing the role of any individual contributory causal factor.
The genetic, anthropological and cultural implications of these findings are discussed, concluding that an interaction of cultural and genetic factors is probably responsible for our findings in agreement with the multifactorial etiology generally assigned to ADHD.
Functional constipation has a multifactorial etiology that includes hereditary tendencies, dietary choices, stool withholding, and emotion factors such as defecation anxiety, Dr.
Dyspareunia, or pain upon attempted intercourse, often has a multifactorial etiology with a medical component, such as endometriosis, infection, or anatomic abnormality.
Otitis in dogs is one of the most common clinical manifestation with prevalence of 5-20% with multifactorial etiology (Carlotti, 1991 and Angus, 2004).
2 Its multifactorial etiology including genetics and environmental factors is well known.
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