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Iatrogenesis
Forms Adj.: iatrogenic
Etymology

Greek: ἰᾱτρο (iatro; refers to a "physician") + γένεσις (genesis; same word we get the first book of the Bible's name from, means beginning, origin or creation)

Free definitions
Wiktionary
Any adverse effect (or complication) resulting from medical treatment.
Wikipedia
Iatrogenesis or iatrogenic effect (/aɪˌætroʊˈdʒɛnɪk/; a Greek term, meaning "brought forth by the healer") is any consequence of medical treatment or advice to a patient.
MeSH ID

D007165

Iatrogenesis is the process by which a treatment, diagnostic procedure, or other intervention by a physician induces a (usually adverse, or otherwise unexpected) consequence. Usually iatrogenic diseases are due to medication or surgery.

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