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semi-iatrogenic (adj.)
Applies tosystems, headmates
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A semi-iatrogenic system is one that was already plural but either became more distinct or gained more members as a result of being told they were a system,[1] as opposed to iatrogenic, which is typically used for those who were singular prior to this.