An integral part of the pathogenesis of disease requires bacteria to become associated with the host cells.
Epstein-Barr virus may play a role in the pathogenesis of this disease.
We also explore the current views on the pathogenesis of thyroid eye disease and their clinical implications.
These anatomic descriptions continue to form the basis of studies of the pathogenesis of this disease.
Very little is understood about the pathogenesis of disease in this group.
The pathogenetic mechanisms responsible for the progressive fibrotic response in IPF have yet to be determined.
We therefore conclude that the pathogenetic role of personality characteristics in migraine is still unclear.
Symptomatic or incidentally diagnosed adrenal masses are often complicated from a clinical and pathogenetic perspective.
The pathogenetic pathway responsible for the development of emphysema is still controversial.
From the 1950s to 1980s, studies dissected the epidemiology and immunologie, biochemical, and pathogenetic mechanisms.