dynamic disease

dynamic disease

A nonspecific term referring to any symptom, complex or disease that occurs without a known organic cause; functional disorder.
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Diabetes is a dynamic disease, which presents multiple, ever changing challenges for both patient and physician.
Dengue infection is a dynamic disease and its clinical course changes as the disease progresses.
There are two things that we need to bear in mind: HIV is a dynamic disease, and the infection continues to evolve.
Recent concerns in Europe over the potential of Avian 'flu and an outbreak of Newcastle Disease in a flock of imported pheasants in Sussex, were cited as examples of living in a dynamic disease situation Dr McCracken said: "We may not be able to stop disease in its tracks, but by working closer together we can restrict the causes and mitigate the outcomes.
Schadt is also a founding member of Sage Bionetworks, an open access genomics initiative designed to build and support databases and an accessible platform for creating innovative dynamic disease models.
The convergence of multiple layers of rich genomics and molecular profiling data, together with clinical outcomes has reached a tipping point in the evolution of personalized medicine that is now enabling the automated discovery of dynamic disease models of individualized patient outcomes.
Cost benefit analysis of response guided therapy: dynamic disease Markov modeling for patients with chronic hepatitis (HCV) by fibrosis stages (Poster Board # 1167)
Sage's objectives include building and supporting an open access platform for building innovative new dynamic disease models to interconnect scientists as contributors to evolving, integrated networks of biological data.
that is designed to build and support databases and an accessible platform for creating innovative new dynamic disease models.
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