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prevalent

widespread occurrence.
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The prevalence of high CRP concentrations varied with body mass index, and at least one-third of the obese people with lipid concentrations within recommended ranges and without CHD or diabetes had a high CRP concentration.
On the basis of prevalence estimates among those with a normal lipid profile by body mass index, an estimated 5.
Then, the prevalence odds is directly proportional to the disease incidence, and the POR satisfies the equation
A difference in prevalence between two groups could depend entirely on differences in disease duration (e.
Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted to estimate the prevalence of penicillin nonsusceptibility (PCN-N), extended-spectrum cephalosporin nonsusceptibility (ESC-N), and levofloxacin nonsusceptibility (LEV-N) in South Carolina.
HIV prevalence among foreign- and US-born clients of public STD clinics, American Journal of Public Health, 2002, 92(12): 1958-1963.
High prevalence of hantavirus infection in Indian communities of the Paraguayan and Argentinean Gran Chaco.
multilocularis, resulting in lower prevalence in locally trapped voles.
However, the examination may not be an accurate indicator of infection when disease prevalence is low, as is often seen after treatment (7-11).
This secondary colonization also occurs at a rate proportional to the prevalence of the colonizing type, but a rate that is [c.
All studies found a higher prevalence of infection in older (particularly male) mice; one study associated wounds with seropositivity.
There is a low level of routine BP monitoring of children worldwide, and the prevalence of hypertension in this age group varies.