epidemicity


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epidemicity

 [ep″ĭ-dĕ-mis´ĭ-te]
the state or quality of being epidemic.

ep·i·de·mic·i·ty

(ep'i-dem-is'i-tē),
The state of prevailing disease in epidemic form.

ep·i·de·mic·i·ty

(ep'i-dĕ-mis'i-tē)
The state of prevailing disease in epidemic form.
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This ratio was complemented by the ratio of epidemicity, in which the numerator was replaced by the greatest spleen index over a 5-year period (2,4).
Nowadays, T2D is highlighted by its increasing epidemicity all over the word [3].
The epidemiology of poliomyelitis: enigmas surrounding its appearance, epidemicity, and disappearance.
It is not one of the main gastrointestinal tract infectious diseases in Afghanistan, but it is an extremely dangerous disease because of its severity and epidemicity. (34) The last epidemic took place in Kabul in May and June 2005, when 3.245 people developed an acute diarrheal disease.
But those who study war dispassionately, as a recurrent event with no moral content, have observed a certain mathematical pattern: that of "epidemicity," or the tendency of war to spread in the manner of an infectious disease.
Hence we made an attempt, this kind of study in our hospital mainly to estimate the burden of measles and its epidemicity.
As arthropods are dependent on specific climate for their epidemicity and the effect of climate on alteration of the natural cycles are well-documented, there is little doubt that climate change indeed play a role in the transmission dynamics of arboviral diseases.
Detection of low intensity epidemicity: application to cleft lip and palate.
This study was partly supported by contract LSHM-CT-2003-503413 (Pneumococcal Resistance Epidemicity and Virulence-an International Study) from the European Commission.
In addition, we identified different features of scrub typhus epidemicity, compared with those reported in previous studies (4--7).
Toxin profiles and resistances to macrolides and newer fluoroquinolones as epidemicity determinants of clinical isolates of Clostridium difficile from Warsaw, Poland.