MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 1.2
Identification of a disease or syndrome; to recognize the nature of disease.
Prediction of the outcome of a disease.
Subjective indications of the presence of disease.
Objective indications of the presence of disease.
A set of signs and symptoms associated with a particular disease.
Increase in the severity of a disease.
A cessation of the symptoms of disease.
Existing at the time of birth or shortly thereafter.
A disease, condition, or abnormality that is not hereditary or innate.
Having rapid onset, severe symptoms, and a short course.
Reappearance of symptoms after a period of remission.
A disease with a slow onset and long duration.
Having rapid and severe onset; usually fatal.
A disease that is continuously present in a given population.
Higher than normal appearance of an infectious disease or condition within a given population.
Widespread epidemic, possibly worldwide.
Disease that occurs in a random or isolated manner.
The number of cases of a disease present in a specified population at a given time.
The number of cases per year of certain diseases in relation to the population in which they occur.
The number of deaths in a given time or place or proportion of deaths to a population.
Of unknown cause.
A disease caused by microorganisms, esp. those that release toxins or invade body tissues.
A disease that may be transmitted either directly or indirectly between individuals by an infectious agent.
Having a hypersensitive immune response to a foreign substance.
Pertaining to or characterized by fever.
A disease related to one's working conditions.
Infection acquired in a health care setting (such as a hospital or nursing home.)
The state of being poisoned by a drug or toxic substance.
Presence in or on the body of macroscopic organisms.
An unfavorable condition arising during the course of disease.
Any injury or illness that occurs as a result of medical care.
The origin and development of a disease.
A condition due to lack of dietary or metabolic substance.
Genetic characteristics transmitted from parent to offspring.