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Synonyms for aetiologic

of or relating to the philosophical study of causation

relating to the etiology of a disease

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Iliopsoas abscesses: Diagnostic, aetiologic and therapeutic approach in five patients with a literature review.
Mamun-Al-Mahtab Rahman S Khan M Karim F.HEV infection as an aetiologic factor for acute hepatitis: experience from a tertiary hospital in Bangladesh.
Pyrexia of unknown origin: Aetiologic Frequency In A Tertiary Care Hospital.
In such cases, the causal relationship between adverse health effects and drug use must be expressed in terms of a probability measure known as the aetiologic fraction.
The aim of the study is to determine trace element status, aetiologic factors, and mechanisms for development of trace elements deficiencies in children with IDA from 0 to 3 years of age.
The Pathophysiology is analyzed from three perspectives: the aetiologic risk factors, the molecular neuro-pathology and the relation between the brain and the behavior.
We have attempted to review the available evidence on both sides of this question and propose an aetiologic rationale for the findings.
Mycological and cytological examination of oral candidal carriage in diabetic patients and non-diabetic control subjects: thorough analysis of local aetiologic and systemic factors.
The etiology of angioectasia is not yet fully understood; however, previous reports have suggested intermittent submucosal venous obstruction, intermittent abnormal arterial flow, and local vascular degeneration with local hypoxaemia as potential aetiologic factors; these conditions are often observed in CKD patients [6, 25].
-- AGORA: Aetiologic research into Genetic and Occupational/environmental Risk factors for Anomalies in children
Laboratory-based foodborne disease surveillance allows aetiologic identification; determines which pathogens are causing illness or allows aetiologic agent-specific case counts; detects and investigate outbreaks; allows monitoring of trends by pathogen over time and in selected populations; helps to set priorities for control programs; facilitates the evaluation of effectiveness of control programmes; and determines which subtypes of pathogens are causing illness.
Nevertheless, dental plaque is considered today the primary aetiologic factor of chronic gingivitis, while chronic periodontitis is now seen as resulting from a complex interplay of bacterial infection and host response, often modified by behavioural factors (Lopez et al., 2006).
Dental plaque which harbours specific periodontal pathogens is its primary aetiologic factor.