well-described

Related to well-described: Well defined

well-described

adj (well described when postpositive)
(of a scene, picture, incident, etc) having been skillfully represented or expressed in words
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"While we do observe evidence of the well-described overweight and obesity paradox, in which heavier individuals appear to live longer on average after diagnosed of CVD compared with individuals with normal BMI, our data when following-up individuals prior to the onset of CVD indicate that this occurs because of a trend toward earlier onset of disease in individuals who are overweight and obese.
However, Silverstein's unusually well-described and illustrated Asian food glossary is a fantastic resource that will enable anyone to easily negotiate the aisles of their nearest (or online) Asian food market.
The increased morbidity would have permanent sequelae, reducing life expectancy and quality of life--a realistic example is the unavailability of insulin or antihypertensives at clinics, resulting in well-described clinical complications and chronic disease progression.
While we know colored vision disturbance is a well-described side effect of this medication, we have never been able to visualize the structural effect of the drug on the retina until now," said Rosen said.
Eagle Syndrome is an uncommon but well-described entity with a nonspecific clinical presentation; more benign manifestations include globus sensation, dysphagia, facial neuralgias, throat pain, and cranial neuropathies, for which a differential is extensive.
"In addition to implementing other well-described strategies to increase vaccination rates, health care organizations should consider mandating influenza vaccinations while appropriately weighing and managing the moral, ethical, and legal implications," the authors write.
"While we do observe evidence of the well-described overweight and obesity paradox, in which heavier individuals appear to live longer on average after diagnosis of CVD compared with individuals with normal BMI, our data when following up individuals prior to the onset of CVD indicate that this occurs because of a trend toward earlier onset of disease in individuals who are overweight and obese," they wrote.
Mystery, magic, and danger jostle together in this romantic fantasy with its well-described gothic setting of monastic ruins and secret passages.
It is a well-described clinical entity with known chromosomal breakpoints and clear diagnostic testing parameters.
South Africa (SA) has a well-described shortage of critical care resources and specialists, often necessitating interfacility transfer to meet the needs of patients requiring further care.