What is etiology
Part of speech: noun, (Female)Hyphenation:
- Eti | o | lo | gie, Plural: Eti | o | lo | gi | en
- IPA: [ɛti̯oloˈɡiː]
- 1) Doctrine of the causes
- from the Latin nounaetiologia, a loan word ancient greekαἰτιολογία (aitiologia) "Statement of the cause" to αἰτία (aitia) "Root cause"
- 1) Cause theory
- 1) The etiology is mainly used in medicine.
- 1) “Today it is cancer's turn to be the disease that does not knock before it occurs, it is cancer that takes on the role of a disease experienced as a relentless, secret invasion - a role it will hold onto for a long time until his etiology one day it will be as clear and its treatment as effective as the de have become. "
- Nominative: singular etiology; Plural Etiologies
- Genitive: singular etiology; Plural Etiologies
- Dative: singular etiology; Plural Etiologies
- Accusative: singular etiology; Plural Etiologies
- Danish: 1) ætiologi
- English: 1) aetiology, American: etiology
- Esperanto: 1) etiologio
- Finnish: 1) etiologia
- French: 1) Etiology (Female)
- Greek (new): 1) αιτιολογία (etiología) (Female)
- Italian: 1) eziologia (Female)
- Japanese: 1) 病因 学 (び ょ う い ん が く, byōingaku) (medicine), 病原 論 (び ょ う げ ん ろ ん, byōgenron) (medicine)
- Dutch: 1) etiology (Female)
- Polish: 1) etiologia (Female)
- Portuguese: 1) etiologia (Female)
- Swedish: 1) etiologi
- Spanish: 1) etiología (Female)
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Patients with mild cognitive impairment or dementia with unknown etiology Subjecting an amyloid PET is not a diagnostic end in itself - the result often influences the care.“
Doctors newspaper, May 03, 2019
„Munich - After a stroke it stays etiology, so the cause of the same, often unexplained.“
aerzteblatt.de, November 20, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- Doctrine of the Causes of Disease
Another word (synonym) for etiology - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "etiology":
genesis: Origin, origin Superordinate terms: 2) Etiology Subordinate terms: 2) Pathogenesis Examples of use: 1) Here “the genesis of the planar calculus is recapitulated.” (Internet document) 2) The genesis of rosacea is unclear
Premature birth:… General terms: Birth Examples of use: 1) Premature birth often has an unclear aetiology and a multifactorial genesis. Derived words: ...
pathology: ... plural: Pa | tho | lo | gi | en Meaning of the word / definition: 1) Medicine: the study of the causes (etiology), the mode of origin (pathogenesis), the form and the effects ...
aetiological: concerning, causal Origin of the term: etiology; Greek αἰτία (aitia) = cause Synonyms: 1) causal Examples of use: 1) Adhering to a diet was aetiologically justified
ajtiologia: ajtiologiczny translations See translations at Ätiologie (female), See translations at Aitiologie (female) Similar terms: etiologia
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Etiologies (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Äti | o | lo | gi | en Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
Etna (German) Part of speech: noun, (male), part of speech: toponym Cases: nominative: singular Etna; Plural - genitive: ...
Etnas (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Etna Hyphenation: Et | nas Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
Aetolia (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: toponym Hyphenation: Äto | li | en, no plural ...
Aetolia (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Äto | li | ens Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ɛˈtoːli̯əns]…
Opening (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular die Äufnung; Plural the ufions genitive: ...
Summons (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Äuf | nun | gen Grammatical features: nominative plural of ...
eye (German) Part of speech: noun, (neuter) cases: nominative: singular Äuglein; Plural Äuglein genitive: singular ...
Little eye (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Äug | leins Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈɔɪ̯klaɪ̯ns]…
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