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aetiology

, etiology
1. the study of the causes of diseases
2. the cause of a disease

aetiology

see ETIOLOGY.
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The study was conducted among 57 infants (male-57.9% and 42.1% females) to find out the common aetiologies and clinical sub types of first episode of seizure, of which 29.8% belonged to <6 months and 70.2% in [greater than or equal to] 6 months of age with mean age was 7.1([+ or -] 2.7) months.
The age difference could be attributed to fewer injuries that were caused by assault in the private cohort, since the median age of 26 years in the assault category in the government sector was significantly lower than for other aetiologies. These results suggested that younger survivors of TSCI in the government cohort were more likely to be exposed to interpersonal violence.
A small retrospective pilot study where Restylane was used to treat eight patients with upper lid retraction secondary to various aetiologies reports promising results.
Therefore, we could not draw a direct causal link between HIV status and aetiologies, which might have skewed our results.
Hence, even in India (located in TB-endemic zone), more than 50% cases of peripheral lymphadenopathy is due to aetiologies other than tuberculosis and, in these cases, excision biopsy with histopathology and microbiological examination is the only way to exclude tuberculosis.
sativa is useful in the treatment of hypertension and diabetes, two key aetiologies for atherosclerosis.
Delirium as such is understood to be an organic disorder with many underlying aetiologies. However, understanding the factors associated with delirium in a developing country setting has received less attention.
He argues that Freud reversed the order of priority in late-19th-century aetiologies of psychosis, and that he privileged subjective causes without returning to the subjective paradigms of early-19th-century Romantic psychiatry and without obviating the legitimate claims of psychiatry on inherited biological predisposition.
Acute pancreatitis is a common condition with a wide range of aetiologies (6).
It meets the medical definition of disease in that it is a physiological dysfunction of the human organism with environmental, genetic and endocrinological aetiologies. It is a response to environmental stimuli, genetic predisposition and abnormalities, and has a characteristic set of signs and symptoms with consistent anatomical alterations.
Our patient satisfied these criteria and no other possible aetiologies have been identified for renal failure and massive hepato-cytolysis.
Todani's classification has grouped together separate disease entities with different aetiologies, malignant potential and complications, requiring different surgical interventions.