exanthrope

ex·an·thrope

(ek'zan-thrōp),
An external cause of disease, one not originating in the body.
[G. ex, out of, + anthrōpos, man]

exanthrope

A nonspecific term for any external aetiology for a morbid condition.

exanthrope

(ĕks′ăn-thrōp) [Gr. ex, out, + anthropos, man]
A cause or source of a disease originating outside the body.

ex·an·thrope

(ek'zan-thrōp)
An external cause of disease, one not originating in the body.
[G. ex, out of, + anthrōpos, man]