Sporadic disease

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(Med.) a disease which occurs in single and scattered cases. See the Note under Endemic, a.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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CT is a sporadic disease, also known as dancing or shaker pigs, seen in newborn piglets, and usually affecting more than one piglet in a litter.
Physicians could be aware that silicosis is not a sporadic disease in the field of new 'marble' materials and that some patients with simple silicosis could be asymptomatic and undiagnosed for a lot of time.
Variably protease-sensitive prionopathy: a new sporadic disease of the prion protein.
Homozygous HAX1 mutations in severe congenital neutropenia patients with sporadic disease: A novel mutation in two unrelated British kindreds.
Sporadic and familial are two types of ALS disease, in which sporadic disease is most common disease found with 90--95% of the overall cases in US and the government initiatives to examination the research for rare disease and FDA approvals creates an opportunity for various market players due to which the global market of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis treatment is expected to expand at healthy CAGR during the forecast period.
Specifically, we know that HIV infection increases BL incidence by more than 100-fold above that of the sporadic disease, and some 30-40% of these tumours are EBV-positive [1].
Comparative analysis of spinal hemangioblastomas in sporadic disease and Von Hippel-Lindau syndrome.
Actinomycotic osteomyelitis and periostitis of mandible or maxilla also known as lumpy jaw or big head is a sporadic disease caused by Gram positive branching filamentous microorganism, Actinomyces bovis (Militerno, 2008) and most commonly affect bovine, occasionally in equine, porcine and rarely in caprine (Seifi et al., 2003).
hepatica is a sporadic disease of low economic importance but Chen and Mott (1990) highlighted the importance of this zoonosis identifying 2.594 cases from 42 different countries between 1970 and 1990.