aggregation

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Synonyms for aggregation

Synonyms for aggregation

Synonyms for aggregation

several things grouped together or considered as a whole

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Camilla Krogh, of the Statens Serum Insti-tut, Copenhagen, Denmark, and colleagues examined the familial aggregation of py-loric stenosis from monozygotic twins (derived from a single fertilized egg) to fourth-generation relatives in the population of Denmark.
Thus, both case-control and cohort studies strongly support the hypothesis that familial aggregation and genetic susceptibility play an important role in the development of pancreatic cancer.
Bradley added that a number of recent studies have also shown a familial aggregation of pain sensitivity.
Setting trauma-related and obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders off on their own makes sense because the "longitudinal outcomes, comorbidities, familial aggregations, and underlying biology" suggest the conditions are different from anxiety disorders, said Dr.
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