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Synonyms for epidemiological

of or relating to epidemiology

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Among the confirmed cases to date, at least 36 people have been linked epidemiologically to spending all or parts of those same days at the Anaheim resort, records show.
Thus, the genetic subtyping results are consistent with the proposed transmission route of the epidemiologically linked (hare-human transmission) F.
The researchers obtained four different human isolates of Salmonella, epidemiologically linked to consumption of tomatoes, from the U.
Previous studies had shown that oropharyngeal cancers can be divided into two biologically and epidemiologically separate diseases with distinct causes: HPV-negative cancers, which are associated with tobacco and alcohol use, and HPV-positive cancers, which are linked to certain types of HPV, a sexually transmitted virus.
Of the remaining 10 cases, two were epidemiologically linked to a retail premises in Monmouthshire.
Gillison and her colleagues helped to establish that HPV infection causes an epidemiologically and clinically different form of oral cancer.
It was possible to narrow down epidemiologically the cause of the outbreak of the illness to the consumption of sprouts," Burger said Friday at a news conference.
In this way, it was possible to narrow down epidemiologically the cause of
We know it epidemiologically also that gutkha induces a very high risk of still birth when used by pregnant women," pointed out Dr Prakash C.
Epidemiologically, aging, parity, obesity, cigarette smoking, chronic lung disease, congenital defects, white ancestry, and prior hysterectomy or prolapse surgery have been identified as risk factors associated with pelvic organ prolapse.
Epidemiologically proved that different immunological and autoimmune diseases occur more seldom in the countries of the third world.
The new edition departed from an epidemiologically based presentation to a disjointed collection of disease transmission facts.
For many phytochemicals, consumption is epidemiologically linked to lower risk of cardiovascular and degenerative diseases.
According to Lim, anthocyanins have been epidemiologically associated with a reduced cancer risk, but the anti-cancer ability of the purple sweet potato has not been well investigated.
Epidemiologically, Stx2 seems to be more important in development of HUS.
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