Morbid quality; disease; sickness.
Amount of disease; rate of sickness.
The percentage of a herd, flock etc., that becomes infected by particular disease.
exhibiting illness or disease; also the percentage of illness or disease in a population.
(1) A disease or the incidence of disease within a population; (2) Adverse effects caused by a treatment.
the statistical rate at which people get sick from a specific cause.
Disease or injury.
The relative incidence of sickness and injury occurring among a given group of people. Contrast with mortality.
Sickness, or a measure of how frequent sickness is.
Condition describing patient who becomes sick, hospitalized.
A term that refers to sickness. (See: morbidity tables (rates).)
Sickness. A morbidity table shows the incidence of sickness.
A term that usually refers to the suffering or misery that people experience who have an illness or are under treatment for an illness.
The incidence and severity of sicknesses and accidents in a defined class or classes or persons.
Illness; Departure from a state of well being, either physiologic or psychological.
illness or physical harm
the ratio of sick to well individuals in a community; the sick rate
the condition of being diseased; unhealthy or unwholesome. Also, the rate of sickness.
A general term referring to frequency of sickness. As an underwriting concept, it refers to the potential loss of health for a specific population, generally by age.
any departure, subjective or objective, from a stage of physiological well-being. (Department of Health)
(paraphrased from Fowler & Fowler) The quality of being unwholesome, sickly, or melancholy.
the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
Refers to the occurrence of diseases in a population.
Frequency and severity of sicknesses and accidents in a well-defined class (or classes) of persons.
the proportion of sickness in a locality
ratio of diseased animals to the whole group.
Ill health experienced at either an individual or population wide level (NCETA, 2002).
A diseased state or symptom.
Rate of disease incidence.
(noun) the relative incidence of disease (circa 1721)
The number of cases of a disease that exist at some given point in time; it may be expressed as the number of new cases (incidence) or as the total number of existing cases (prevalence).
The relative incidence of a disease; a general state of unhealthiness.
Illness, the rate of incidence of a disease. Compare with mortality.
A deceased condtion or state - the incidence of a disease in a population.
sickness, side effects and symptoms of a treatment or disease.
percentage of population exhibiting injury or disease.
Sickness. The term usually refers to the proportion of people with an illness.
Result of disease.
Illness caused by a particular injury or disease. The only measures of injury morbidity presented in Injury Surveillance on Line are numbers and rates of hospital separations associated with injuries or illnesses.
Illness from a particular disease.
The incidence of disease, or development of diseases in a population.
Illness or disease. Morbidity rate is the number of illnesses or cases of disease in a population.
The relative incidence of disability because of disease or physical impairment.
A diseased condition or state, the incidence of a disease or all diseases in a population.
Illness or disease. A morbidity rate for a certain illness is the number of people with that illness divided by the number of people in the population from which the illnesses were counted.
The incidence and severity of sickness and accidents in a well-defined class or classes of persons.
Symptoms of illness produced by disease or treatment.
1. a condition where a patient is suffering from a disease. 2. in epidemiology, the measure of the prevalence or incidence of a disease in a population.
The ratio of the number of sick animals to the total number of animals in the herd or flock.
The incidence and severity of sicknesses and accidents in a well-defined class or classes of people.
Incidence and severity of illness, injury, or disability in a defined population, usually expressed in rates of incidence or prevalence (e.g., 150 cases per 100,000 population).
Morbidity usually means the relative incidence of illness in a population â€” for example, the number of people who have AIDS per 1,000 people in the population. See also mortality.
Rate of an incidence of a disease.
The relative incidence of disease. (H)
Sickness, illness, or disease that does not result in death.
The amount of sickness caused by a disease.
the state of being ill or having a disease
State of ill-health produced by a disease.
an illness or abnormal condition or quality.
Morbidity is a term used to describe the incidence rate of a disease as opposed to the mortality rate.
Diseased condition or state. Mortality: Proportion of deaths to population or to a specific number of the population; death rate.
the rate of illness; the ratio of sick-to-well in a population.
The disease rate; the ratio of sick to well persons in a community.
The relative frequency of illness or injury, or the illness or injury rate, in a community or population.
1. Sickness, disability or failure of health. 2. The likelihood that a person of a given age will suffer an illness or disability. The premium that a person pays for health insurance is based in part on the morbidity rate for that person's age group.
disease, as opposed to mortality (death).
incidence of sickness in a given period
the satate of being diseased; the number of sick persons or cases of a disease in relationship to specific population.
having an illness or disease.
disease or sickness
The condition of being diseased. The morbidity rate is the percentage of people who are affected by a particular condition.
Relative incidence of disease(s).
A measure of the new cases of a disease in a population; the number of people who have a disease.
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The incidence or frequency of a disease among a population.
Incidence or prevalence of a disease
Relative incidence of disease and accidents in a well-defined class or classes of persons.
Any departure, subjective or objective, from a state of physiological or psychological well-being.
A sick or diseased state.
The rate of disease or proportion of diseased persons in a community.
Ill health. Within a population, the number of sick persons or cases of disease in a specified period of time.
The occurrence of sickness.
A disease or the incidence of disease within a population. Morbidity also refers to adverse effects caused by a treatment.
The relative incidence of a particular disease. In common clinical usage, any disease state, including diagnosis and complications, is referred to as morbidity.
The relative incidence of disease within a given group.
The incidence of sickness and disability. Used as a guide in calculating Permanent Health Insurance premiums, in a similar way to the use of mortality statistics with life insurance.
Sickness or illness; departure from a state of physical or mental well-being.
The extent of illness, injury, or disability in a defined population. It is usually expressed in general or specific rates of incidence or prevalence.
Measure of the frequency of an illness in relation to a specific population group.
The frequency of disease, illness, injuries, and disabilities in a population.
Incidence of diseases statistically stated in terms of per 100,000 or 1,000,000.
the symptoms and/or disability resulting from a disease.
Percentage affected by a disease.
Illness; sickness; adverse symptoms and signs.
an illness or abnormal condition; in statistics, the ratio of persons who are diseased to those who are well in a given population or community
The rate at which people become sick.
the WHO Expert Committee on Health Statistics noted in its sixth report (1959) that morbidity could be measured in terms of three units: (1) persons who were ill; (2) the illnesses (periods or spells of illness) that these persons experienced; and (3) the duration (days, weeks etc) of these illnesses.
The condition of having a disease.
the incidence of disease; the rate of sickness (as in a specified community or group)
A disease, condition or state.
Technical word for "sickness
State of being diseased.
Relates to becoming less healthy or sick resulting from a treatment or disease.
Sickness, injury, or failure of health.