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.

epidemicity

the quality of being widely diffused and rapidly spreading throughout a population.
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