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prevalence

[′prev·ə·ləns]
(genetics)
The frequency with which a medical condition is found in specific population at a specific time.
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4 C-S 2011 (55) * TSS: Total sample size, (#) Score: Score of modified STROBE questionnaire, Ly: Last year, LM: Last month, LW: Last week, Gender 1: Male, Gender 2: Female, C-S: Cross-sectional study, PP: Point prevalence, WL: Whole life, L3m: Last 3 months Table 2: Association of LBP prevalence with gender, mean age, and assessment tools P value T SE Assessment tools 0.
We applied both longitudinal approaches and used three dummy variables to model the rate of 7-day point prevalence abstinence at each of the follow-up times for the WGEE and also included a random intercept for the GLMM model.
9%) * Lifetime prevalence of any depressive disorders includes point prevalence of dysthymic disorder and adjustment disorder with depressed mood.
We therefore developed a new measure, contraceptive point prevalence (CPP).
The point prevalence was calculated by the following formula:
This study found a high point prevalence of arrhythmias in a cohort of chiropractic patients, consistent with the previously reported high prevalence in older adults.
The point prevalence ratio for major birth defects comparing the methylphenidate-exposed women to the matched controls was 0.
The point prevalence of hallucinations was low among the 103 patients followed for a mean of 52 months, with 33% affected at baseline and 26% at follow-up, but because of symptom fluctuations, 43% had hallucinations during the study period.
The point prevalence of the anatomical site of these injuries is presented in Table 2.
It has an estimated point prevalence of 4 Percent in the US.
A point prevalence survey was conducted in two long-term care facilities (subdivided into 15 wards) from 12 June 2006 to 6 July 2006.