subcategory

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sub·cat·e·go·ry

 (sŭb-kăt′ĭ-gôr′ē, sŭb′kăt′-)
n. pl. sub·cat·e·go·ries
A subdivision that has common differentiating characteristics within a larger category.

subcategory

(ˈsʌbˌkætəɡərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a further category within a category already established
Translations
podkategorie
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200 cases (patients) of essential hypertension which were subcategorized into H1 and H2 depending on stage of hypertension (According to JNC VII classification of hypertension) and duration of hypertension into more than 5 years and less than 5 years, who are attending the OPD in RMC KANPUR during the study period of DEC 2016 to APRIL 2018.
Outcome domains were subcategorized into internal outcomes (relevant to and evaluated within a healthcare organization or system), external outcomes (eg, relating to population health or influence on the broader public) or cost-effectiveness, further categorized into "internal" and "external" aspects.
Our study population categorized adults with BMI > 30.0 kg/[m.sup.2] as obese and did not further subcategorized obese into class I (30.0 to < 35.0), II (35.0 to < 40.0), and III or extreme obesity (40.0 or higher).
Status updates in this group were subcategorized as either an Intoxication (e.g., "wasted") or a General Alcohol Use Term (a state of inebriation that does not necessarily imply intoxication, e.g., "buzzed").
These academic differences are subcategorized into three groups: research differences, professoral implications, technology differences.
Both phrases receive the beneficiary theta-role--even though they're subcategorized by different heads1; they are, however, in different syntactic relations to the verb.
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)-text revision, the disease was subcategorized within the diagnosis of "pervasive developmental disorders (PDD)." As this definition was open to argument, the more recent DSM-V made it simpler and gathered different diagnoses (autistic disorder, Rett syndrome, Asperger's syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and PDD not otherwise specified) together to generate the diagnosis of ASD (3).
With a sound understanding that death circumstances can be subcategorized and that categories might overlap, public health practitioners can perform supplemental analyses that will inform more specific and effective public health messaging and interventions to reduce disaster-related injury and illness.
Such tumors are then subcategorized as lowgrade or high-grade mucinous adenocarcinoma.
(29) Exposure groups were further grouped and subcategorized. For example, mechanical energy injuries were grouped into acute traumatic injuries resulting from a single high intensity force and cumulative microtraumatic (over-use) injuries from repeated lower intensity forces.
Clinically, it is categorized into three groups; superficial corneal dystrophy, corneal stromal dystrophy, and posterior corneal dystrophy which are further subcategorized into other classes.
With regard to verb compounds, studies (such as Lord, 1975, Mbah, 2005, Onukawa, 1999, Onwukwe, 2015), have shown that verb compounds in Igbo exhibit this form: Verb-verb compound and Verb-suffix compounds hence verb compound in Igbo is subcategorized thus: