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Prevalence index

prevalence index (Science: statistics) A weighted average measure of the sum of the frequency of occurrences of all species... Read More

Prevalence

prevalence (Science: statistics) The proportion of individuals in a population having a... Read More

The Psychobiology of Hysteria

Editorial Hysteria is often regarded as the archetypal psychodynamic illness. Freud carried out much of his early work on... Read More

Endemic diseases

Endemic diseases The constant presence of diseases or infectious agents within a given geographic area or population group.... Read More

Addressing the Unmet Medical Need for Safe and Effective Weight Loss Therapies

Perspective Addressing the Unmet Medical Need for Safe and Effective Weight Loss Therapies Cynthia M. Arbeeny Address... Read More

Animal

Animal Definition An animal (plural: animals) refers to any of the eukaryotic multicellular organisms of the biological... Read More

Predominance

predominance 1. The quality or state of being predominant; superiority; ascendency; prevalence; predomination. The... Read More

Epoch

Epoch 1. A fixed point of time, established in history by the occurrence of some grand or remarkable event; a point of time... Read More

Exudate cell

Definition noun, plural: exudate cells Any of the cells participating in the forming of exudate during inflammation or a... Read More

Wetland

wetland (Ecology) wetland is defined as the 'Kidney' of the environment by Utpal Chakraborty (Biologist). Wetlands are used... Read More

Oculocutaneous albinism

Definition noun A type of albinism in which both the eyes and the skin are affected resulting in photosensitive, reddish... Read More

Serous cavity filariasis

Definition noun A type of filariasis caused by filarial worms that typically occupy the serous cavity of the abdomen of... Read More

Immunoglobulin A

Definition noun An immunoglobulin (antibody) that is characterized by its α-heavy chain, and its prevalence in mucous... Read More