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Therefore, although nasal polyposis is a multifactorial disease with several different etiologic factors, chronic persistent inflammation is undoubtedly a major factor, irrespective of the etiology.
Reassurance--and periodic reinforcement--from a health care provider that diabetes is a multifactorial disease and is not their fault supports and help patients feel empowered to take charge of their disease.
We know that it is a disease, but it is a multifactorial disease. This void, coupled with society's negative attitudes, has propelled a lot of medicine into maintaining this prejudicial view toward obesity.
(10) However, because caries is a multifactorial disease involving nutrient intake, oral care and fluoride exposure as well as bacterial presence, the presence of these bacteria alone cannot be the sole determinant of susceptibility.
"Melanoma is a multifactorial disease, with both exposure to ultraviolet radiation and genetics playing important roles in its development," says Dr.
Dementia is a complex and multifactorial disease, and thus it is unlikely that one mechanism is completely causal.
It is a multifactorial disease characterized by delusions and hallucinations, emotional withdrawal and apathy, poor attention and disorganization.
To illustrate the utility of this model, asthma was selected as an example of a common multifactorial disease as the pathological processes have been well established and a number of genetic variants that influence the disease have been identified in association studies.
Cancer is a complex, multifactorial disease and no unambiguous data link it to non-industrial exposure to synthetic chemicals.
The results of this study indicate that YPDS is a multifactorial disease in which pigeon circovirus might be a crucial factor, possibly by inducing immunosuppression in infected birds.

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