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Definitions of CAUSE
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An act which precedes another, and seems to be a necessary condition for the concurrence of the latter. The causes of disease are generally extremely obscure; although they, sometimes, are evident enough. The predisponent and occasional causes are the only two on which any stress can be laid; but as authors have divided them differently, a short explanation is necessary.
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