etiology

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The third volume of the fifth edition treats of the etiology and cure of crime.

A number of other measures will be inferred from what has been said in the section on etiology.

The development is insidious, and the etiology is not known.

Let us turn to some of the current theories of the etiology of scurvy.

First, because they help317 us to understand the pathology and etiology of malaria.

Lombroso assigns to atavism a position of pre-eminence in the etiology of crime.

The etiology of rachitis must be studied from two points of view.

With the etiology mainly exogenous 20% recovered and 14.3% improved.

Such is our view of the etiology of manic-depressive insanity as a whole.

This is all the more surprising as the two affections are so different in their etiology.

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