Medical Definition of Etiotropic

1. Directed against the cause; denoting a remedy that attenuates or destroys the causal factor of a disease. Origin: G. Aitia, cause, + trope, a turning (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Etiotropic

etiologics
etiologies
etiologist
etiologists
etiology
etiopathic
etiopathogeneses
etiopathogenesis
etiopathogenetic
etiopathogenic
etiopathology
etioplast
etioplasts
etioporphyrin
etioporphyrins
etiotropic (current term)
etiquettal
etiquette
etiquettes
etiracetam
etizolam
etna
etnas
etodolac
etofamide
etofenprox
etoglucid
etoile
etoiles
etolin

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