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Synonyms for cousin

the child of your aunt or uncle

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17-21 This could be explained that autoantibodies against IA-2 (IA-2A) and zinc transporter-8 (ZnT8A) generally appear later than autoantibodies against insulin (IAA) or GAD (GADA) in pre-T1DM and have been associated with more rapid disease progression in first-degree relatives and IAA, anti-ICA512, and anti-GAD appear to be stable over time.
The second is that all patients were divided into families with three or more affected first-degree relatives over two generations (FNMTC-3-2 group) and the other families.
In this case, the property will revert to the original property owner or a first-degree relative, and the remaining amount (e1/420,000) must be paid to the bank within two years.
The increase in breast cancer risk associated with having a positive family history of prostate cancer is modest; however women with a family history of both breast and prostate cancer among first-degree relatives have an almost 2-fold increase in risk of breast cancer" said Dr.
Definition of high-risk individual: single first-degree relative with CRC or advanced adenomas diagnosed at less than 60 years of age, or 2 first-degree relatives with CRC or advanced adenomas.
the number of first-degree relatives who also had history of epilepsy or seizures (fits)
Subjects were drawn from first-degree relatives (parents, siblings and offspring) of schizophrenic patients admitted as inpatients or outpatients at our institution.
After adjustment for ethnicity, age, BMI, body height, parity, education level, and first-degree relatives with diabetes, factors significantly associated with GDM by the WHO criteria were body height per cm (odds ratio, 0.
4 percent of those studied whose childhood cancer was treated with direct irradiation near their abdominal and pelvic region developed colorectal cancer by the time they were 50 years old roughly the same risk as people who have at least two first-degree relatives with this disease.
Testing can identify a mutation in only 40%-80% of EOAD cases and is most likely to be useful when three or more first-degree relatives have AD and at least one of them is early onset.
1), (2) These neuromuscular abnormalities also are found in healthy first-degree relatives of patients with schizophrenia.
The frequency of familial DCM was based on a detailed family history in all individuals and family screening of first-degree relatives of probands with a positive history for confirmation of familial disease.
Half of their first-degree relatives - brothers, sisters and children - will also have FH.
Half of their first-degree relatives - brothers, sisters and children - will also have FH but are frequently undiagnosed, putting them at risk of early death.