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 complete etiopathogenesis of RND is not well understood.
Although research on diagnosis and etiopathogenesis are progressing, the steps expected in therapeutic approaches are slow even though they are being undertaken.
In addition, comparative MMP-3, MMP-9 and TIMP-1 trials are required on diagnosis and post-treatment for evaluating their role on the development and etiopathogenesis of SpAs and IBDs.
Increased attention to the etiopathogenesis of immunologic and inflammatory conditions has highlighted the role of chemokines and cytokines.
To elucidate the etiopathogenesis of human PF, the BLM-induced animal model remains the best available experimental tool for studying its pathogenesis and testing of novel pharmaceutical compounds.
Different aspects of the cyclops lesion following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a multifactorial etiopathogenesis.
12) Secondary amyloidosis cases connected to this disease were reported as part of the inflammatory progress in CD etiopathogenesis.
40) Although etiopathogenesis of AMLEC is unclear, histogenesis of the Mullerian-like stroma with subsequent cyst development has been proposed due to the embryological proximity between the urinary and genital systems.
Abstract authored by Alberto Abrebaya, DPM, et al, reached the following conclusions: the treatment of wounds of mixed etiopathogenesis with dHACM appears to be effective for accelerated healing rates of chronic DFU, traumatic and other types of lower extremity ulcerations; and the mean healing rates and application interval lengths appear to closely approximate the already published data on the dHACM allografts.
Furthermore, IL-1 receptor antagonist polymorphism has been implicated in ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) etiopathogenesis (Segman et al.
For health professionals and researchers, your understanding of this subject is incomplete without reading and studying two items found in the print version of the website: The Etiopathogenesis of Coronary Heart Disease: A Heretical Theory Based on Morphology, by G.