However, we have discovered that there WAS a predisposing
influence against you--and there is one uncertainty cleared out of our way, at any rate.
The aim of the study was to define the predisposing
factors responsible for the occurrence of BPME, as well as the possible correlation between the presence of predisposing
factors and patient demographic characteristics, etiology and outcome of the disease.
Necrotic enteritis in chickens develops as a result of infection with pathogenic strains of Clostridium perfringens and the presence of predisposing
Medical students have to indulge in a lot of curricular near work, probably predisposing
them to development of myopia.
While grooming, cats often ingest hair that is shed, sometimes predisposing
them to hairballs, or trichobezoars, which may cause problems in some cats.
Age, sex, occupation, predisposing
factors and examination findings of these cases were recorded.
We compared previously healthy patients with patients who had predisposing
medical conditions in terms of demographic profile, clinical signs and symptoms and outcome, and known exposure factors.
That, by its nature, the conduct at issue causes harm or presents a significant risk of harm to individuals or society in a way that undermines or threatens to undermine a value reflected in and thus formally endorsed through the Constitution or similar fundamental laws by, for example: (a) confronting members of the public with conduct that significantly interferes with their autonomy and liberty; or (b) predisposing
others to anti-social behaviour; or (c) physically or psychologically harming persons involved in the conduct, and 2.
Inappropriate nutritional status or exposure to environmental chemicals and the accompanied alteration in growth and endocrine homeostasis may permanently change the fetus's structure, physiology, and metabolism, thereby predisposing
it to various diseases in later life including mammary cancer.
Odds of venous thromboembolism also were positively associated with current use of pills and having a family history of the disorder, as well as having experienced prolonged immobilization and having had a possible predisposing
health problem (e.
So we should be careful in treating otitis externa with an antibacterial over the long term because we might be predisposing
our patients to more trouble in the future.
Women who carry a genetic mutation predisposing
them to breast cancer should rely on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) instead of mammography for their regular screenings, a new study suggests.