Building related illness
Case fatality rate
Environmental illness / mcs
Mixed connective tissue disease
The underlying origin or cause of a disease.
1. the origin of a disease. 2. the way a disease develops and its effects.
The cellular events, and reactions and other pathologic mechanisms occurring in the development of a disease.
Causing or capable of causing disease.
beginning or cause of a disease
medical evolution of how something happens to the body
"The process by which a microbe produces disease."
source or cause of an illness or abnormal condition, and its development.
the knowledge of where a disease began and its developmental patterns
The process of causing disease.
The pathologic, physiologic, or biochemical mechanism that results in a disease or death.
Mechanism of evolution of a disease.
how an infection or disease develops in the body
The mechanisms and changes involved in development of a disease state.
the production or development of a disease. May be influenced by many factors, including the infecting microbe and the host's immune response.
the development of a particular disease, including the specific events involved, bodily tissues or systems affected, mechanisms of damage and timing of the course of disease.
The cellular events and reactions that occur in the development of disease.
The pathologic, physiologic, or biochemical process by which a disease develops.
the beginning and development of a disease.
The development of a disease. The origin of a disease and the chain of events leading to that disease.
The physiological changes leading to disease.
The molecular and cellular events that lead to or cause a disease.
(path-o-JEN-eh-sis) ( listen) The origination and development of a disease
Cellular and other events and reactions and other pathologic mechanisms occurring in the development of disease.
Seriesof events taking place in a disease.
The formation and development of a disease.
the origin and development of disease.
Black's medical dictionary, G Macpherson ed; 38th ed The mode of production or development of a disease.
the mechanism and determinants of disease development in an individual or a population. These may or may not have an impact on the spread of disease within a population.
The cellular, biochemical, and pathological mechanism(s) underlying the development of a disease.
Origin and development of a disease.
Natural evolution of a disease process in the body without intervention (i.e., without treatment); description of the development of a particular disease, especially the events, reactions and mechanisms involved at the cellular level.
the development of disease or a morbid or pathological state
Pathogenesis refers to the development of morbid conditions or of disease.
Process in disease development. The time from infection to host reaction.
the sequence of events that leads to a disease or morbid process. It may be, for example, hormonal, chemical, infectious, genetic or traumatic in nature.
Pathogenesis is the mechanism by which a certain etiological factor causes disease (pathos = disease, genesis = development).
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The production of damage (pathology) in a tissue.
That portion of the life cycle of a pathogen during which it becomes, and continues to be, associated with its suscept. ( 20)