A patient history should include attention to exogenous agents that may cause or further aggravate symptoms.
External or exogenous factors were a threat to the monetary stability achieved in 1999.
Furthermore, laboratory studies of the uptake of exogenous chromosomal DNA in bacteria have also demonstrated that recombination can mediate the process of adaptive evolution.
Once again, it is endogenous, not exogenous factors that make or break a relationship.
What we don't find is any sense in which religion is an exogenous variable, an autonomous force that floats above the social landscape and mysteriously bends the minds of men to its will.
Doctors generally avoid prescribing hormone replacement therapy to postmenopausal women with systemic lupus erythematosus because of a widespread belief that exogenous oestrogens make the disease worse.
While external climatic factors are the cause of exogenous diseases such as fevers, colds and flus, Ama is the root of more endogenous diseases such as arthritis, heart disease and cancer.
Other tastes, not necessarily exogenous , often superceded the desire for financial gain.
Citizens found themselves squeezed to suffocation in one way or another between domestic repression and exogenous vilification.
Two of the papers in this volume refocus syncretism away from issues of authenticity and inauthenticity to argue for an integration and synchronisation of indigenous and exogenous elements.