Idiopathic

Means an illness where the cause is not known
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idiopathic

Applied to disease of unknown origin or peculiar to the individual.
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Idiopathic

An adjective meaning *of unknown cause*. The usual form of Parkinson's is idiopathic Parkinson's.
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Idiopathic

A disease of unknown cause.
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Idiopathic

• (a.) Alt. of Idiopathical
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idiopathic

(id″e-o-path┬┤ik) self-originated; occurring without known cause.
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idiopathic

adjective (of diseases) arising from an unknown cause; `idiopathic epilepsy`
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idiopathic

a term used to describe a disease or condition of unknown cause or origin.
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Idiopathic

a term used to describe something that occurs of an unknown cause
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idiopathic

Describes a disease of unknown cause.
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idiopathic

Disease of unknown origin.
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idiopathic

disease particular to an individual
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idiopathic

Having no known cause.
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idiopathic

idiopathic Of the nature of an idiopathy, self originated, of unknown causation.
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Idiopathic

Idiopathic: Of unknown cause. Any disease that is of uncertain or unknown origin may be termed idiopathic. For example, acute idiopathic polyneuritis, diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, idiopathic scoliosis, etc. From the New Latin idiopathia (primary disease), from the Greek idiopatheia, from idio-, from idios...
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Idiopathic

No causes found.
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Idiopathic

No known cause.
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idiopathic

Of the nature of an idiopathy, self originated, of unknown causation. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Idiopathic

of the nature of an idiopathy, self originated, of unknown causation.
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idiopathic

of the nature of an idiopathy; self-originated; of unknown causation.
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idiopathic

Of unknown cause.
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Idiopathic

Of unknown cause.
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Idiopathic

of unknown origin.
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Idiopathic

Term used when the cause of a disease or disorder is unknown. Autism appears to be idiopathic.
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idiopathic

Type: Term Pronunciation: id′ē-ō-path′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting a disease of unknown cause. Synonyms: agnogenic
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