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Definition of "aetiological" [æ•ti•o•log•ic•al]

  • Alternative spelling of etiological. (adjective)

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Use "aetiological" in a sentence
  • "Because it does not influence the substrata of the diseased manifestations, the cells and organs, but only the cause of the disease, I call it aetiological therapy, which comes to approximately the same thing as the therapeutic endeavours which are referred to in other quarters as causal, radical, abortive, etc."
  • "It is generally accepted by chiros that back pain is multi factorial and can arise from a multitude of aetiological factors just like the medics."
  • "The CMF has a guidance section on its website called Demon Possession and Mental Illness which asks if doctors should 'see demonic influence as being a neglected aetiological factor within a multifactorial model for the aetiology of mental disorder?'"
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