- adv. In an etiological manner; determined on an etiological basis.
- etiologic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“The idea of heat as a feature of and metaphor for unwellness, both individual and social, was associated with more than witchcraft since, for example, malaise associated with * mulungu spirits were also tied etiologically to heat at a cognitive and physical level.”
“Id. In his assessment, Dr. Kelley affirmed that CHILD's history and lab results were consistent with "an etiologically unexplained metabolic disorder that appear [ed] to be a common cause of developmental regression.”
“This may be interpreted either as linking lower LDL-C levels etiologically to PD, or as cholesterol-lowering agents having a neuroprotective effect as regards PD.”
“I think what captures the contemporaries of Jesus and the disciples is the compassionate Jesus, this incredible capacity -- the word compassion means, when you ` re hurting, I people the pain as well, is what it means etiologically.”
“Certain HPV types cause abnormal Pap smears and are etiologically related to cervical, vulvar, anal, and penile cancers; other types cause genital warts, recurrent respiratory papillomatosis…”
“ID and science address phenomena that are etiologically different.”
“Not until the development of modern bacteriology in the late nineteenth century made possible a shift to an etiologically based classification system did some of the confusion dissipate.”
“_Hyperplastic and cicatricial chronic stenoses_ preventing decannulation may be classified etiologically as follows:”
“But I believe that the general sexual etiology which he assumes to exist can from no point of view be regarded as sound, even with the limitation which he later imposed upon his own doctrine, namely, that it is not the sexual experience itself, but the reaction against this experience, which is etiologically significant.”
“Absent entirely from his [Countryman's] discussion, is the point that Jesus himself did not interpret the passage etiologically, but normatively (Mark 10: 5-9, Matt 19: 4-6), providing an ethical basis for the institution of monogamous, heterosexual marriage in the subsequent teachings of the Church.”
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