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At autopsy, researchers have reported the presence of viral protein in the actual heart muscle of deceased patients—so viral involvement is possible, though the true etiology may be multifactorial.
What we do know is that, speaking generally, there are multiple possible etiologies of a sudden loss of consciousness in athletes.
No progress was possible in combating the disease until these root questions of the etiology of cholera are decided.
So much had been established without reference to the etiology of disease.
With the etiology mainly exogenous 20% recovered and 14.3% improved.
BENIGN STUPORSAUGUST HOCH
Lombroso assigns to atavism a position of pre-eminence in the etiology of crime.
NOT GUILTYROBERT BLATCHFORD
Much more will be said on this topic when we come to discuss the etiology of neuralgia.
Let us therefore examine this question of etiology, and try to discover what opinion ought to prevail.
To do this, the physician must travel beyond the beaten path of etiology as found in our text-books.
However simple be the diagnosis between tremor and tic, it is worth while to note in passing the etiology they may have in common.

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