multicausal

multicausal

(ˌmʌltɪˈkɔːzəl)
adj
having multiple causes
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multikausal
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The etiology of stone disease in HSK is multicausal. HSK is related to an atypical position of the ureter in the renal pelvis and an usually highly placed UPJ.
No se deben menospreciar las consecuencias de una ganaderia mal manejada sobre el ambiente, pero tampoco considerar que ella es la unica responsable de dicho deterioro; el dano es multicausal, originado por las distintas actividades humanas, y asi debe afrontarse el analisis.
Other applications concern the estimation of complex and multicausal inductive models in areas like health and well-being (Deserno, Borsboom, Begeer & Geurts, 2016).
Instead, we find a contingent and multicausal process driven by independent actors replaced by the purposeful planning and execution of a Great Man, and the creation of a "magisterial constitutionalism" that persists in support of today's controversial unitary executive.
Evaluation of other risk factors: Bearing in mind that the concept of necessary and sufficient cause is currently giving way to multicausal models of explanation of diseases, the determination of the origin of diseases presumed to derive from occupational stress should be performed from the perspective that they are not caused by a single factor, i.e., the psychosocial, but by the interaction of this with other factors.
The manufacturing sector's decline was multicausal. As labor unions weakened, their members lost the paychecks and pensions that had made their middle-class status feasible.
The answer to the next question of why this is so can only be a multicausal analysis that factors historical, administrative and political analysis into one unfortunate package of institutional ineffectiveness.
Grosso modo, los datos parecen mostrar que, desde inicios de este siglo, se ha consignado el abandono escolar como un fenomeno multicausal, donde se acentuan, como agentes activos, el nivel socioeconomico y las necesidades humanas de la poblacion estudiantil (Rojas, 2000), aunque se destaca que los indices relacionados con este fenomeno han decaido en los ultimos anos en el pais, pasando de 4.600 estudiantes en 2013 a 3.301 en 2014, con prevalencia mayor en los hombres con respecto a las mujeres (Cambronero, 2015; Fallas y Ross, 2014), lo cual es un hecho relevante, pero del que aun existen algunas conjeturas por resolver, especialmente aquellas referidas a las particularidades de distintos contextos sociales y comunidades especificas.
Before we describe the framework, however, we must briefly review causal conditions in complex, dynamic (as opposed to static) systems to understand better why a multicausal approach is useful.