etiopathogenesis

etiopathogenesis

[‚ē·tē·ō‚path·ə′jen·ə·səs]
(medicine)
The cause and development of a disease or abnormal condition.
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The subject of the Public Procurement is to provide a genetic analyzer (sequencer of the new generation) and a motorized rotational microtome to strengthen research and innovation infrastructure and capacity to develop the level of research and innovation, in particular the biobank network as a universal platform for research on etiopathogenesis of diseases.
1,2] Although the etiopathogenesis of EED is unknown, it is thought to be associated with cytokine activation and vascular immuno-complex storage.
Because altered immunity due to the etiopathogenesis of HS has been a point of interest, the role of proinflammatory cytokines and growth factors in the signaling process leading to a glial reaction have been investigated in animal models and human epilepsy (2,6,7,8).
14) Despite recent advances in knowledge, the exact etiopathogenesis of SCFNN remains elusive.
It mentions the screening and diagnosis of diabetes distress, and discusses its etiopathogenesis, investigations and management strategies in detail.
Oral lichen planus - etiopathogenesis and management.
In conclusion, MS is basically a CCDD, though it may show clinical variability according to the etiopathogenesis and has a wide clinical variation.
IR might play a pivotal role in the etiopathogenesis of GA.
It is divided into five types according to its etiopathogenesis (4).
The etiopathogenesis of HH is poorly understood, yet the gray matter volume changes in the posterior hypothalamus, which is the biological clock, was detected in a study including HH patients (3).
The nasal papilloma (NP) in its earlier days generated varied opinion among histopathologists for its nomenclature with as many as 54 synonyms and recently among molecular biologist for its etiopathogenesis.
In conclusion, we suggested that the intron 3 VNTR variant in the XRCC4 gene may be associated with the etiopathogenesis of RA as a marker of immune aging.