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Synonyms for morbidity

the relative incidence of a particular disease

an abnormally gloomy or unhealthy state of mind

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1993) Maintaining morbility in late life: Smoking, alcohl consumption, physical activity, and body mass index.
Additionally, infections attributable to MBL-producing bacteria have been associated with an increased morbility and mortality (15).
Distress and psychiatric morbility among women from high-risk breast and ovarian cancer families.
Although lacking malignant potential, these lesions can be associated with morbility and occasional mortality, and their recognition is important for appropriate patient management.
Maternal Trypanosoma cruzi infection, pregnancy outcome, morbility and mortality of congenitally infected and non-infected newborns in Bolivia.
Arterial hypertension and heart failure are common morbility that affects at least 20% of the population.
En su boletin semanal Morbility and Mortality Weekly Repon, el CDC explico que se trataba de "un nuevo virus de influenza porcina", resistente a los medicamentos amantadine y ramantadine, pero que era "probablemente sensible" al oseltamivir y el zanamivir; que su composicion genetica era "unica"; que jamas habia sido reportado ni en Estados Unidos ni en ninguna parte del mundo, y que su origen era desconocido.
Emotions, morbility and mortality: New perspectivas from psychoneuroimmunology.
Analysis: Children without caries history were higher here when compared the results of National Oral Health morbility study, 1998.
1999): Modelling of air pollution and its relationship with mortalility and morbility in Madrid (Spain).