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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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8226; Waterborne outbreaks will be reviewed in the context of identifying the wide etiological scope
2) Both hereditary retinoblastoma and cyclophosphamide have been identified as potential etiological factors.
In the RESQUE study that evaluated 889 patients with RIS, small vessel disease was the most common etiological factor and was followed by large artery atherosclerosis and cardioembolism (18).
A proper etiological situation could not be identified when this aneurysm was questioned in terms of other various etiological factors.
It is the etiological agent of listeriosis, a severe foodborne disease that is a major public health concern.
UV light is considered one of the major etiological factor in skin aging, cancer and also to systemic impairment such as immunosuppression.
Was this resistance due to an etiological causal benefit from L-methionine or just three sequential, unrelated, serendipitous accidents?
That's why we have started this project to create awareness among the people, and train them to enable themselves to overcome etiological factors of diseases without specifically presence of medical professionals, leading towards a healthy environment, dwelled by healthy people.
Coronaviruses are considered to be one of the common etiological agents of the common cold.
Diverse etiological factors such as infection, nephritis, blood dyscrasias, coumadin anticoagulation, calculus disease, and dialysis have been attributed to spontaneous non-traumatic renal hemorrhage.