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Synonyms for exposure

Synonyms for exposure

the condition of being laid open to something undesirable or injurious

something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

Synonyms for exposure

vulnerability to the elements

the act of subjecting someone to an influencing experience

the disclosure of something secret

aspect resulting from the direction a building or window faces

the state of being vulnerable or exposed

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the intensity of light falling on a photographic film or plate

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the act of exposing film to light

presentation to view in an open or public manner

abandoning without shelter or protection (as by leaving as infant out in the open)

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Using a modified set of the previously generated exposure estimates, we examined the exposure error and between-pollutant relationships and quantified potential attenuation of model coefficients in singleand bipollutant models at the ZIP code level for ambient-generated [PM.
The correlation between the exposure estimates, the degree of exposure error for each pollutant, and the correlation of exposure errors between pollutants must all be considered in order to assess the impacts of exposure error on health risk estimates in a multi-pollutant model (Zeger et al.
2) presented an overview of the exposure error or misclassification problem from the general epidemiologic perspective.
In one of the early papers on the topic of exposure error in studies of air pollution, Shy et al.
The discomfort experienced by patients due to the vertical orientation of the receptor and limitations imposed by normal oral anatomy can contribute to exposure errors.
A primary advantage of digital radiography is its ability to compensate for exposure errors.
After being digitized, they can be enhanced electronically, correcting exposure errors.
The majority of repeats -- 52% -- are due to exposure errors.
Following exposure errors, the second most common reason for repeats is positioning.
Although many articles have emphasized the value of x-ray technique charts,[1,5] research shows that 52% of the x-ray examinations that must be repeated are the result of exposure errors.
The next advance for this profession is digital radiography -- a technology so sophisticated that it can virtually eliminate repeats due to exposure errors.
Exposure errors in time-series studies can occur as a continuum of measurement errors between classic-type errors and Berkson errors, as has been presented in detail by Zeger et al.
False positive exposure errors and low exposure prevalence in community-based case-control studies.