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  • noun Plural form of aetiology.


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  • Pulmonary hypertension associated with a range of aetiologies is difficult to treat and associated with progressive morbidity and mortality.

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  • Infectious aetiologies predominate with long bones and joints of lower limbs more commonly affected by osteomyelitis and septic arthritis.

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  • An understanding of the differential diagnosis is important such that the potentially serious aetiologies are not missed and patients can therefore be treated appropriately.

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  • Fatigue Fatigue is often a non-specific complaint with a variety of possible aetiologies.

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  • The most appropriate diagnostic labels to use and the proposed aetiologies of the fourth stage of polio will then be considered.

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  • The condition is rare and has various aetiologies; it can surface in association with schizophrenia or affective disorders, or on its own as a single delusional disorder.

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  • This has a social dimension, too, which is often under-appreciated in favor of interpreting these texts solely as aetiologies.


  • Perhaps generally for clinical trials the issue is that while we know that genetic diversity and diverse disease aetiologies means that most treatments will have

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