medical marker

medical marker

n
1. (Medicine) a trait, condition, etc that indicates the presence of, or a probable increased predisposition towards, a medical or psychological disorder
2. (Sociology) a trait, condition, etc that indicates the presence of, or a probable increased predisposition towards, a medical or psychological disorder
3. (Psychology) a trait, condition, etc that indicates the presence of, or a probable increased predisposition towards, a medical or psychological disorder
4. (Medicine) a pen or an inklike substance used in medicine, for example to mark on a surgical patient the places where incisions are to be made
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The risk of psychological and social factors are almost as great as the traditional medical markers for cardiovascular disease, including obesity, smoking and hypertension reports Correspondent Anne Underwood.

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