GC: n

S: http://vrfoundation.org/education/newsroom/climatotherapy-for-vitiligo-our-research-continues(external link) (last access: 19 July 2016); http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18755366(external link) (last access: 19 July 2016); http://www.thermalsprings.gr/index.php/en/therapies/climatotherapy(external link) (last access: 19 July 2016).

N: 1. International Scientific Vocabulary climat- (from Late Latin climat-, clima climate) + -o- + therapy: treatment of disease by means of residence in a suitable climate.
2. Use of climatic and weather factors for the treatment and prevention of diseases. Medical climatology is the theoretical basis of climatotherapy and climatoprophylaxis (that is, strengthening health by exposure to climatic factors).
3. Branch of medical climatology which studies the climatic environment in relation to the treatment of disease.

S: 1. http://useful_english.enacademic.com/184566/climatotherapy(external link) (last access: 19 July 2016). 2. http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Climatotherapy(external link) (last access: 19 July 2016). 3. METEOTERM - International Meteorological Vocabulary, WMO - No. 182 (last access: 19 July 2016).


CR: climatology


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