1. relating to the etiology of a disease
    etiological agent
  2. of or relating to the philosophical study of causation
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How To Use aetiologic In A Sentence

  • One came up this year only – the so-called Merkel cell carcinoma polyoma virus, which – the virus is called Merkel cell polyoma virus – which has been found in Merkel cell carcinomas, and every evidence at this stage points to the fact that this is indeed aetiologically involved. Harald zur Hausen - Interview
  • Conclusion The aetiological diagnosis of tuberculous pericarditis and viral pericarditis is difficult.
  • Object To study the epidemiological and aetiological charactristic of infective endocarditis.
  • While animal studies have suggested an aetiological role for high fat intake in colorectal carcinogenesis, such evidence is very hard to extrapolate to humans living freely.
  • Now, recent investigations devote to gene, and think it one of the major aetiological factors.
  • However, with the epidemic in the misuse of amphetamine, cocaine, and ecstasy primarily among young people traditional aetiological factors for haemorrhagic stroke are becoming overshadowed.
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