etiopathology

e·ti·o·pa·thol·o·gy

(ē'tē-ō-pa-thol'ŏ-jē),
Consideration of the cause of an abnormal state or finding.
[G. aitia, cause, + pathology]

e·ti·o·pa·thol·o·gy

(ētē-ō-pă-tholŏ-jē)
Consideration of the cause of an abnormal state or finding.
[G. aitia, cause, + pathology]
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6) On the other hand, distinct ADAMTS genes play role in etiopathology of different disorders.
Chronic Chagas' heart disease: a disease on its way to becoming a worldwide health problem: epidemiology, etiopathology, treatment, pathogenesis and laboratory medicine.
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The etiopathology is probably related to dysregulation of the mucosal immune response toward the resident bacterial flora together with genetic and environmental factors.
In normal and hematologically malignant cells partial illumination of the cell cycle--and thus the etiopathology of malignancy--can only be determined via comparison of the quantified changes in the cyclical phases of cyclins and CDKIs in healthy and malignant proliferated cells.
Much interest has been focused in recent years on the applications of cell-free nucleic acids in prenatal diagnosis (6, 7), oncology (8, 9), and the etiopathology of other pathologic disorders (10).
Etiopathology of Behcet's disease: immunological aspects: Yonsei Med J 1997;38:350-8.
In a number of recent articles, authors have made claims of etiopathology for a variety of organisms that are not conventionally thought to be pathogens in ear disease.
It is meant to promote understanding of etiopathology and insulin action, its negative feedback leading to insulin resistance, and detrimental outcomes.
28,29) Impairment of gallbladder contractility may contribute to the etiopathology of acalculous cholecystitis.