pluricausal

plur·i·cau·sal

(plūr'i-kaw'zăl),
Having two or more causes; used in reference to the etiology of a disease; often indicates that a given disease develops only when two or more causative factors act simultaneously.
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plur·i·cau·sal

(plūr'i-kaw'zăl)
Having two or more causes; used in reference to disease etiology.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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In 1966 and 1967, Selye had already provided a comprehensive exposition of the toxicity of polyvalent metal ion salts [183, 184], particularly those with high charge density, leading to serial sensitization, resulting in both local and systemic thrombohemorrhagic phenomena, with microvascular ischemic and immune sequelae, in a highly stereotyped, pluricausal manner.
Num sentido amplo, discute-se a problematica dos riscos laborais no trabalho intelectual e academico, enquanto fenomeno complexo, pluricausal e com implicacoes na saude e bem-estar dos trabalhadores.
Por otro lado, la depresion es un tema complejo y de dificil solucion terapeutica que requiere de una explicacion y una intervencion pluricausal. Se presenta el analisis clinico de un caso que presentaba un trastorno depresivo y su tratamiento a traves de la aplicacion de esta psicoterapia.