epidemicity


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epidemicity

(ˌɛpɪdəˈmɪsɪtɪ)
n
(Medicine) the state of being epidemic
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Because there is expected increase in epidemicity of dengue fever, hence even the ophthalmic manifestations are expected to rise, so the treating physician should be aware and promptly refer any such case to the ophthalmologist as early as possible.
Interactions among strategies associated with bacterial infection, pathogennecity, epidemicity, and antibiotic resistance.
Malaria epidemicity of Mewat region, District Gurgaon, Haryana, India: A GIS-based study.
This ratio was complemented by the ratio of epidemicity, in which the numerator was replaced by the greatest spleen index over a 5-year period (2,4).
An epidemicity of Paederus species in the Cukurova region.
The epidemiology of poliomyelitis: enigmas surrounding its appearance, epidemicity, and disappearance.