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incidence

noun amount, degree, embodiment, exposure, extent, frequency, measure, number, number of times occurred, prevalence, range of occurrence, rate, representative number, representative seleccion, sample, scope
Associated concepts: causation, incidence of a crime, inciience of drug abuse, incidence rate
See also: situation
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Assuming that current new-cancer trends continue, the researchers predicted how cancer incidence would change over the course of 5 years.
None of the varieties screened had a consistently higher or lower incidence during the season on different sampling dates.
The data were statistically analyzed using Pearson's correlation coefficient for disease incidence (%) and environmental factors.
But with actual poverty incidence last year below estimates, the government sees an even much lower rate six year from now, and ultimately to wipe out poverty by 2040.
Diagram 2 depicts the overall incidence of tumours and tumour-like lesions of the stomach that were received during the study period.
Northern Samar posted the highest poverty incidence among population in the first semester of 2015 with 61.
Shanghai, the largest and most populous city in China and the world, has moderate incidence rates for women and low incidence rates for men.
The ACS estimated that there will be 9,940 deaths from melanoma in 2015--an incidence of 3.
The researchers found that in Europe, the annual incidence of UC ranged widely, from 0.
Historically, the incidence of diabetes in the United States ranged from 3 cases per 1,000 population in 1980 to 8 per 1,000 in 2007.
The study, led by Sherine Gabriel, expanded on prior research (1955-1994) from the Mayo Clinic team, by determining RA incidence and prevalence between 1995 and 2007.
Many authors have purported an increased incidence of migraine headache in patients with Meniere syndrome.