iatrogeny

iatrogeny

(ˌaɪætˈrɒdʒənɪ)
n, pl -nies
(Medicine) med a disease caused by medical intervention or treatment
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Olavo told me how biomedical iatrogeny could alter his health: "At Ceilandia's Regional Hospital this takes place.
Fonseca, "Nutritional deficiency during colonoscopy preparation: the forgotten iatrogeny," Revista Espanola de Enfermedades Digestivas, vol.
These types of fistulas can be either congenital or secondary (consequences of iatrogeny, posttraumatic, infectious).
(1) Iatrogeny produced by either an inadvertent or erroneous treatment, or may be a result of either acts of commission or act of omission by the therapist.