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mor·bid·i·ty

 (môr-bĭd′ĭ-tē)
n. pl. mor·bid·i·ties
1. The quality of being morbid; morbidness.
2. The rate of incidence of a disease.
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morbidity

(mɔːˈbɪdɪtɪ)
n
1. the state of being morbid
2. (Pathology) Also: morbidity rate the relative incidence of a particular disease in a specific locality
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mor•bid•i•ty

(mɔrˈbɪd ɪ ti)

n.
1. a morbid state or quality.
2. the proportion of a specific disease in a geographical locality.
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morbidity

the state or quality of being excessively gloomy. — morbid, adj.
See also: Attitudes
the state or quality of being excessively gloomy. — morbid, adj.
See also: Moods
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.morbidity - the relative incidence of a particular diseasemorbidity - the relative incidence of a particular disease
incidence, relative incidence - the relative frequency of occurrence of something
2.morbidity - an abnormally gloomy or unhealthy state of mind; "his fear of being alone verges on morbidity"
cognitive state, state of mind - the state of a person's cognitive processes
3.morbidity - the quality of being unhealthful and generally bad for youmorbidity - the quality of being unhealthful and generally bad for you
quality - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
noisomeness, noxiousness, harmfulness - the quality of being noxious
perniciousness, toxicity - grave harmfulness or deadliness
deadliness, lethality - the quality of being deadly
jejunity, jejuneness - quality of lacking nutritive value
putrescence, rottenness - the quality of rotting and becoming putrid
unhealthfulness - the quality of promoting poor health
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Translations

morbidity

[mɔːˈbɪdɪtɪ] N & N
1. (= perverseness) → morbosidad f, lo malsano
2. (Med) → morbosidad f
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morbidity

n
(of idea, thought, jealousy, curiosity etc)Krankhaftigkeit f; (of interest, attitude)Unnatürlichkeit f; (of sense of humour, talk)Düsterkeit f; (of novel, music)Morbidität f; (of person)Trübsinn m; (of poet etc)Hang mzu düsteren Gedanken, Morbidität f; (= gloominess)Morbidität f
(Med) → Morbidität f; (of growth)Krankhaftigkeit f
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mor·bid·i·ty

n. morbidez, morbosidad, enfermedad.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

morbidity

n morbilidad f
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References in classic literature ?
A hundred diseases, all the fevers and con- tagions of human life, consumption, cancers, tumours and such morbidities, never enter the scheme of their life.
In the absence of placenta accreta or the need for hysterectomy, there still was an association between maternal morbidity and increasing cesarean delivery number for all morbidities.
A study done at Tripura found the most common type of morbidity to be acute respiratory infections (31.10%), followed by musculoskeletal disorders (17.78%), with NCDs such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension catering 13.70% of all morbidities. In our study, though respiratory problems and musculoskeletal problems were among the common problems; the most common were hypertension and diabetes.
In all 601 morbidities were documented by 171 subjects, with mean number of morbidities per person as 3.51+-1.69.
Anterior iliac crest bone harvesting is a safe procedure with less patient morbidities. However, it should be taken into account that the surgical technique employed has an important role in determining postoperative morbidity.
Background: Gynecological morbidities is a neglected health issue among women in all developing countries including Pakistan.
Late preterm birth, compared to term delivery, has shown to be associated with an increased risk of RDS and other respiratory morbidities.7 The increased risk of respiratory morbidity in the late preterm infants is caused by the immature lung structure, as the lung development of the terminal respiratory sacs and alveoli continues through 34 and 36 gestational weeks, and results in an increased risk of RDS for infants of mothers who did not receive antenatal steroids, in particular.8 (6th item).
Severe maternal morbidities, including renal failure, shock, amniotic fluid embolism, and cardiac morbidity, were significantly increased for women older than 39 years, according to results of a study that included more than 800,000 singleton births over 10 years.
Currently WHO is doing an effort to conceptualize, classify, and define criteria for other less severe maternal morbidities and trying to develop and test specific ways and tools for measuring the burden of these conditions on the life of women [1012].
[9,10] A secondary aim of the project is to identify common errors and morbidities in trauma care.
The goal of the campaign is to prevent 100,000 maternal deaths or severe morbidities in the next 5 years by doing three things: