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In logic, an implication is a kind of conditional. See conditional.
In pragmatics (linguistics), implication has a different meaning.
In medical diagnosis and in forensics or scientific investigation of a condition, a hypothetical cause is implicated when a reason for the condition can be found, given that cause.