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Things etiological often describes (“etiological ________”)
factors, factor, agent, agents, role, significance, relationship, diagnosis, theories, importance, relation, considerations, classification, theory, studies, basis, models, explanation, mechanisms, research, hypotheses, model, myth, explanations, connection, aspects, implications, mechanism, cause, study, causes, myths, categories, approach, relations, heterogeneity, variables, influence, tales, processes, hypothesis, legend, standpoint, concepts, tale, relationships, link, possibilities, influences, concept, account, pathways, stories, association, background, relevance, legends, element, category, narrative, accounts, chain, investigations, assumptions, organism, entity, beliefs, perspective, investigation, classifications, formulations, narratives, clues, bases, determinants, conclusions

How etiological often is described (“________ etiological”)
important, different, specific, possible, clinical, same, conceptual, various, common, anatomical, major, psychological, certain, multiple, potential, pathogenetic, epidemiological, similar, several, more, greater, main

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