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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HBV is a dynamic disease, and once diagnosed all infected people should be monitored regularly.
Diabetes is a dynamic disease, which presents multiple, ever changing challenges for both patient and physician.
Increased DWI signal is common; however associated ADC findings are variable and likely reflect a dynamic disease process.
Dengue infection is a dynamic disease and its clinical course changes as the disease progresses.
The influences of treatment and vaccination efforts on a dynamic disease model in presence of incubation delays and relapse are studied and sufficient conditions for the local stability of the equilibrium are derived [26].
Wasim Jafari speaking about treatment of Hepatitis-B said that it was a lifelong dynamic disease. It can be controlled but not cured.
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.
Cancer is a highly complex and dynamic disease, so the ability to obtain a detailed and accurate summary of the genomic profile of malignancies is critical.
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