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aetiology

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

see ETIOLOGY.
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Results of our study suggest that etiologies are directly affecting the outcomes of status epilepticus.
The diversity among the etiologies of untreated recreational water--associated outbreaks also requires different sets of steps swimmers and parents of young swimmers can take to protect themselves and others from illness.
The difference between etiologies for irritable children having a tantrum "is not how they feel, the difference is what they do," Dr.
Other known etiologies of stroke include hypercoagulable states, nonatherosclerotic vasculopathies and so on.
Functions and complications of shunts in different etiologies of childhood hydrocephalus.
The present study was aimed to re-explore any changes in the trends of etiologies related to NCM with the added advantage of MRI.
One-way ANOVA with post hoc Bonferroni method of pairwise comparison demonstrated that median cfPWVs were comparable between patients with diabetic nephropathy (14.3 m/s) and vascular renal disease (13.8 m/s) (Figures 1 and 2), both of which were significantly higher than the median cfPWVs observed among other etiologies of ESRD (9.9 m/s) (p < 0.001) (Figure 3).
The different etiologies of erythroderma in our patients were not similar to those reported from other parts of the world.
There was no statistical significance among the various etiologies related to the severity determined by APACHE II and Ranson scores.
In additional findings, a history of postpartum hemorrhage due to one etiology, for example, uterine atony or retained placenta, increased the risk not only of a recurrence of hemorrhage due to the same etiology but also of occurrence of hemorrhage due to other etiologies.
If you have a patient who is a young woman, you have to start thinking about other etiologies to appropriately treat and avoid future strokes.
Three (5%) patients had other identifiable etiologies.