iatrogenic

[adj] - (medicine) induced by a physician`s words or therapy (used especially of a complication resulting from treatment)
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iatrogenic

Any adverse condition resulting from medical treatment.
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Iatrogenic

a term used to describe a disease, disorder, or medical condition that is a direct result of medical treatment
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Iatrogenic

Describes a problem that is caused by a doctors efforts to treat another problem e.g. - Treatment of an overactive thyroid commonly produces an underactive thyroid i.e. iatrogenic hypothyroidism - Transplant patients can develop cancers (especially leukaemia and lymphoma) as a result of the toxicity of the anti-rejection drugs that they take i.e. t
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Iatrogenic

Brought about by medical or surgical treatment
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Iatrogenic

Illness, disease, or imbalances created by medical or nonmedical treatment that were not present before treatment.
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Iatrogenic

Iatrogenic: Due to the action of a physician or a therapy the doctor prescibed. An iatrogenic disease may be inadvertently caused by a physician or surgeon or by a medical or surgical treatment or a diagnostic procedure. Puerperal fever (childbirth fever) was an iatrogenic infection; it was carried from one woman to another by the doctor before the
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Iatrogenic

State of ill health caused by medical treatment, usually by a specific medicine.
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iatrogenic

Iatrogenic disease. Disease caused by attempts at therapy.
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iatrogenic

Induced inadvertently by the medical treatment or procedures or actvity of a physician. Originally applied to disorders induced in the patient by autosuggestion based on the physician's examination, manner or discussion, the term is now applied to any adverse condition in a patient occurring as the result of treatment by a physician or surgeon, esp
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iatrogenic

adjective induced by a physician`s words or therapy (used especially of a complication resulting from treatment)
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iatrogenic

(i-at″ro-jen´ik) resulting from the activity of a health care provider or institution; said of any adverse condition in a patient resulting from treatment by a physician, nurse, or allied health professional.
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iatrogenic

(iatro- + Gr. gennan to produce) resulting from the activity of physicians. Originally applied to disorders induced in the patient by autosuggestion based on the physician's examination, manner, or discussion, the term is now applied to any adverse condition in a patient occurring as the result of treatment by a physician or surgeon, especially to.
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iatrogenic

iatrogenic 1. A feeling that is induced by a physician; effect of a physician`s words or actions upon a patient. 2. Denoting response to medical or surgical treatment, induced by the treatment itself; usually used for unfavorable responses. 3. Originally applied to disorders induced in the patient by autosuggestion based on the physician`s examina
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iatrogenic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī-at′rō-jen′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting response to medical or surgical treatment, usually denotes unfavorable responses.
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IATROGENIC

Arising as a complication of medical treatment.
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Iatrogenic

complications, injuries or unfavorable result that are due to medical care, especially drug reactions and hospital-acquired infections.
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IATROGENIC

Condition caused by the treatment for another condition.
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iatrogenic

Disease acquired as the result of accidental transmission from one patient to another by medical or surgical procedures
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Iatrogenic

Disease (often infection) caused as a result of medical procedures such as surgery, catheterization
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Iatrogenic

Disease (often infection) caused as a result of medical procedures such as surgery, catheterization
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Iatrogenic

Disease (often infection) caused as a result of medical procedures such as surgery, catheterization
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iatrogenic

Disease that was caused while trying to diagnose or treat another condition. For example, if a complication such as excessive bleeding arises during a biopsy procedure, the complication is iatrogenic.
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iatrogenic

Disease that was caused while trying to diagnose or treat another condition. For example, if a complication such as excessive bleeding arises during a biopsy procedure, the complication is iatrogenic.
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iatrogenic

induced inadvertently by medical treatment
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