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the relative frequency of occurrence of something

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Such was not the case in the west, however, where the relative incidence of goat melioidosis was high, but human cases have not been reported in the literature.
As required under Section 107 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008, this study reviews what is known about the relative incidence of preventable injuries and deaths among minority children associated with products intended for children's use and also examines what actions CPSC has taken through its public information and education initiatives to minimize these injuries and deaths.
The value of this approach is the quantification of the relative incidence of these complications for each technique.
The incidence of HIV in the child population aged 2 - 14 years is of concern; a relative incidence of 0.
Subsequent to training, the relative incidence of many factors that contribute to foodborne outbreaks actually increased.
To explore how the profile of auditors among restating companies compares to that of other companies, the author analyzed the companies tracked in the Standard & Poor's Research Insight CompustatPC database for 1996 through mid-2003, comparing the relative incidence and the nature of auditor changes observed for the list of 731 entities recording the 919 restatements identified in the GAO report covering 1997 to June 2002.
Since 2000, the relative incidence of PCV7-preventable IPD has increased among Alaska Natives, Navajos, and Apaches, compared with the general population, and has decreased among African Americans, Dr.
When the four cases of dermatitis herpetiformis among the patients were added to the cases of celiac disease, the relative incidence of either disorder was 3.
The relative incidence of these different types of counterfeit are shown in the accompanying chart.
However, there is no consensus in the literature regarding the relative incidence of primary and secondary hemorrhage.
All patients are being followed for nine months to study the relative incidence of MACE (Major Adverse Cardiac Events), the primary end point of the SWING trial.
The bacterial pathogens with the highest relative incidence during 1996-2001 were Campylobacter, Salmonella, and Shigella (Figure 1).
This study compares the relative incidence and measurement distortion of graphics contained in a matched sample of U.
Compared with women who never smoked, relative incidence rates of MS were higher among current smokers (1.