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adj. - Induced by a physician's words or therapy (used especially of a complication resulting from treatment).

Usage examples (34)
  • Haldol has been documented in shrinking peoples brains which you know is called iatrogenic illness.
  • In real medicine it's called iatrogenic disease, disease produced by the application of medical intervention.
  • It's called iatrogenic illness but these doctors who're causing the illness haven't a clue because they are surgeons.
  • CT scans increase cancer risk - do U understand 'iatrogenic' illness - most probably not, uhh?!?! for more
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