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familiar through repetition

subject to a disease or habit for a long time

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being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering

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of long duration

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All factors in these categories address the importance of the individual perception of illness and the chronicity of the situation.
In summary, associations using linear regression, correlation, and ANOVA point toward age and chronicity of injury as factors significantly affecting functional outcome.
Table 1 Prevalence and chronicity of sexting as a function of age Total Males Females t/[chi square] Sending text 10.
Although all IBD biopsies demonstrate chronicity at some point of the disease course, not all chronicity equates to IBD.
The treatment of LN is dictated by the class of the disease and degree of activity and chronicity indices.
Various studies conducted in Europe and the United States reported findings supporting that low education level may be a risk factor for chronicity (22,24).
Chronicity of pain in turn evokes a largely self-explanatory phenomenon known as fear of pain, which can present a potentially sizeable obstacle to management of patients.
Chronicity is a major factor affecting treatment effectiveness for many types of therapy.
These included (a) the chronicity of the presenting problem and abuse history (e.
especially considering the prevalence and chronicity of benzodiazepine use in older people and the high and increasing incidence of dementia in developed countries.
We believe that CDT in serum could be combined with hair EtG to provide optimal information, in terms of both alcohol intake over the prior month and the chronicity of the intake in the past few months to years.
pain's chronicity confining her frame, bars of bones that burn.
Keel said that eating disorders are associated with the highest rates of mortality of any psychiatric illness, and with high rates of chronicity, they're not things that women necessarily grow out of.
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