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Cancer - Tumours within the brain can cause structural changes that will predispose to seizures 7.
Caution is advised if the latter is the case, as it is common for the skin to be damaged during this process, and this may predispose a kitty to skin infections.
Harm in this context means that it predisposes persons to act in an anti-social manner as, for example, the physical or mental mistreatment of women by men, or, what is perhaps debatable, the reverse.
Ethnicity is factor that is commonly used to predispose a child to the type of violent act they might commit.
The researchers said that their findings were an indication that prenatal exposure to testosterone predisposes people to adopt a more reflexive and less intuitive mindset.
Biome hanics: Certain structural abnormalities and biomechanical errors can predispose a runner to Achilles tendinitis and rupture.
There are probably a multitude of combinations of 30 or 40 different genes that together in certain combinations predispose people to have a hot temper.
Washington, April 9 ( ANI ): Certain genetic traits may predispose people to being more or less motivated to exercise and remain active, a new research from the University of Missouri has suggested.
Jaakkola's research has shown that prenatal, infant, childhood, and adult exposures can all predispose individuals to asthma.
Genetic and other factors that may predispose individuals to sustain more or less hearing loss in the same environment remain obscure.
SAN DIEGO -- Data from Illumina BeadChips and Infinium(TM) Assay Reagents Will Help Identify Genetic Variants that Predispose Individuals to Type 2 Diabetes
Hyperhomocysteinemia can predispose patients to deep vein thrombosis; in this case, the patient's left internal jugular vein was affected.