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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon

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Figure shows the distribution of complaints with different etiological diagnosis.
The etiological diagnosis is easy, since the associated skin lesions have a typical aspect, consisting of maculae of the mucosal bluish node or a polypoid aspect (Arguedas et al 2001).
During the period of 5 years, 45 cases of epistaxis in dogs of different breeds (German Shepherd, 22; Labrador, 10; Boxer,04; Great dane 03, Doberman, 01; Siberian husky 4, non-descript 01), sex (male, 32, female 13) and age (4 month-8 years) were investigated for etiological diagnosis and treatment.
Table 1: Frequencies of etiological diagnosis in 408 consecutive cases of DSD with ambiguous genitalia followed at GIEDDS, UNICAMP, between January 1989 and December 2011.
If etiological diagnosis is unclear in patients presenting with different neurological symptoms and findings, it should be considered that this clinical picture can be associated with PNS.
Positive bacterial culture confirmed the etiological diagnosis of bacterial infection in 32/153 patients (20.
Etiological diagnosis of childhood pneumonia by use of transthoracic needle aspiration and modern microbiological methods.
For etiological diagnosis a PCR test can be performed.
They can be used for rapid etiological diagnosis of bacterial meningitis for the early administration of proper antibiotic.
If an etiological diagnosis is not possible, group patients with similar clinical diagnosis and, based on epidemiological risk factors, ensure a spatial separation of at least 1 metre.
In the absence of positive cultures of blood, spine biopsy is critical for the etiological diagnosis of spinal infection.
Rubella and other prenatal infections were the etiological diagnosis in 38 children (rubella 31, syphilis 4, toxoplasma 1, cytomegalovirus 1, and herpes 1).
In this approach the practitioner is helped by understanding common medical presentations rather than an assumption that a symptom may be part of a specific ID etiological diagnosis.
Accurate standardisation of laboratory tests for the detection of CPV-2 is required to provide veterinary scientists with an effective tool for a precise etiological diagnosis of CPV-2 infection.