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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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total]) for regional pollutants was made up mostly of exposure error due to human exposure factors (e.
For participants without a reported body weight, we multiplied the recommended volume of distribution per weight by median age- and sex-specific body weights recommended from the Exposure Factors Handbook (U.
All exposure factors strongly associated with the disease (p values [less than or equal to] 0.
The distributions of DDT concentrations in exposure media were then multiplied by exposure factors such as inhalation rates and food consumption rates, which yielded distributions of DDT uptake via each individual pathway.
Among 41 exposure factors evaluated by univariate conditional logistic regression, four achieved p values < 0.
Ideally, these tools should account for chemical use, physical and chemical properties, occurrence and co-occurrence of chemicals, potential exposure scenarios, routes of exposure, and various exposure factors.
Matched univariate analysis of exposure factors for domestically acquired sporadic Campylobacter infection, July-September 2002, Finland (a) Patients, Controls, Adjusted Risk factor n = 100 n = 137 OR Increased risk Tasting or eating undercooked or 14/88 3/124 12.
This simple definition masks the fact that a quantitative exposure analysis requires collection and analysis of multiple parameters such as concentration and duration of exposure as well as exposure factors that affect contact rates and, therefore, determine the magnitude of exposure.
Nevertheless, biomonitoring is subject to toxicokinetic and exposure scenario uncertainties that may limit their use for dose estimation, assessment of exposure factors, and identification of routes of exposure.
Currently, effect and exposure factors for WNV are poorly understood (Loeb et al.