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aetiologic

adjective Referring to the cause or root of a thing.

e·ti·o·log·ic

, etiological (ē'tē-ŏ-loj'ik, -ăl)
Relating to etiology.
Synonym(s): aetiologic, aetiological.
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2 reviewed the available literature and found no support for the contention that mouth breathing is a major aetiologic factor in the development of the long-face syndrome (LFS).
Tishelman, "Getting Sick and Getting Well: A Qualitative Study of Aetiologic Explanations of People with Cancer," Journal of Advances in Nursing 25 (1997): 60-67.
If as a result of this exercise some job-related aetiologic elements are uncovered that the management could reverse,then counselling sessions are held with the employee concerned, which do help in alleviating attendance problems.
11] The main aetiologic agent of Cutaneous tuberculosis is Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb) that belongs to the class Schizomycetes, order Actinomycetales, family Mycobacteriaceae and genus Mycobacterium.
In 2008, rotavirus was identified as the aetiologic pathogen (6).
asahii is an emerging aetiologic agent of disseminated trichosporonosis.
Once a definitive diagnosis of dentine hypersensitivity has been made, after considering a differential diagnosis, a careful assessment of the aetiologic factors must be considered, which in turn if identified and correctly managed may enhance the outcome of the currently used desensitizing agents and ensure more successful management.
The pathogenesis of biliary atresia remains obscure despite numerous aetiologic theories.
Aetiologic significance of the different localization and uneven distribution of enamel defects in teeth formed in the same time period.
According to the neurotransmitter hypothesis, various aetiologic factors cause decreased oxidative metabolism and abnormalities of various neurotransmitter systems in the brain leading to cerebral dysfunction.
Established methods exist for estimating these bottom line harms from substance use and are currently being applied by the group for both Canadian and international prevalence estimates applying locally derived aetiologic fractions for some 70 AOD-related causes of death and also of hospital separations (Rehm & Room, 2003).