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iatrogenic

[ī‚a·trə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to an abnormal state or condition produced by a physician in a patient by inadvertent or incorrect treatment.
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Such techniques may well serve to prompt iatrogenically created traumatic memories.
Goldwater, which of the following statements about observations regarding and factors contributing to iatrogenically transmitted blood-borne virus (BBV) infection is most likely to appear in your report?
These psychiatrists often find themselves with an iatrogenically produced addict on their hands and in a real dilemma about how to resolve the problem.
The inverted-soda-bottle effect occurs when negative intracranial pressure is induced by a loss of CSF through a leak or iatrogenically via a lumbar drain.
It has been shown that the occurrence of Kaposi sarcoma in HIV-positive patients is more than 7,000 times higher than that in non-HIV-infected individuals, (5) and it is 300 times more common than in iatrogenically immunosuppressed individuals.
It also occurs in iatrogenically immunosuppressed patients and has been described in otherwise healthy individuals.
TSEs can be sporadic, transmitted iatrogenically, or expressed as familial disorders.
However, surgical mobilization of the nerve during anterior transposition, iatrogenically impairs the blood supply to the nerve and places it at risk for ischemic necrosis.
Bones of the craniofacial region are frequently broken, traumatically or iatrogenically.
Many of these patients eventually develop somatization disorders or polysubstance addiction, frequently iatrogenically induced.
Once the air iatrogenically driven into the soft tissue is compressed highly enough, it will dissect the less-resistant subcutaneous fat and fascia plane, spreading to distant sites.