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concordance

[kən′kȯrd·əns]
(genetics)
Similarity in appearance of members of a twin pair with respect to one or more specific traits.
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Of these, 104 patients with localized prostate cancer and who had under-gone a radical retropubic prostatectomy were analyzed for GS concordance.
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Although the author did not report the sexual concordance scores for each session, she did note that sexual concordance was somewhat higher in the first testing session.
Among the female dizygotic twins of 76 boys with ASD, the probandwise concordance rate was 5.
To our knowledge, this is the largest study examining predictors of race concordance after controlling for patient, provider, and facility effects simultaneously.
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The good news is that that these four resources-Greek for the Rest of Us, a reverse interlinear, an English-Greek concordance and Danker's lexicon-can be used with great profit even by those who have not learned Greek.
Though certain issues about this series of ragamala paintings are clarified, our discussion and the concordance also highlight other points that need additional attention.
Couples at risk: HIV-1 concordance and discordance among sexual partners receiving voluntary counselling and testing in Uganda.
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Perhaps this tendency toward stylistic concordance is symptomatic of the fact that, despite ranging across media, Francois habitually revisits his own oeuvre (a recent exhibition at the De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art in the Netherlands was titled "Deja vu"); he is a patient reviser.