[ US /ˌɛpədimiəˈɫɑdʒɪkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ˌɛpɪdˌɛmɪəlˈɒd‍ʒɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. of or relating to epidemiology
    epidemiological studies
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How To Use epidemiological In A Sentence

  • It tries to use crude epidemiological models like those used to study disease and applies them to the conscious infliction of violence by human beings.
  • Again, retrospective epidemiological investigation showed that this patient had infected several contacts.
  • Epidemiological and virological surveillance of influenza in Sichuan during 1995 - 1999 have been analyzed in this paper.
  • The most epidemiological important are reservoirs, such as some marsupials, edentates and rodents, because of their habits and favorable circumstantial local conditions, as disforesting, weeding and plowing, are capable to approximate to humans and play a significant role in linking the sylvatic and domestic cycles of the parasite.
  • To date, epidemiological and animal studies have linked some cases to high exposure to various pesticides, herbicides and fungicides, including paraquat and maneb.
  • Dr. Michael Thun, vice president emeritus of epidemiological research for the American Cancer Society, said it isn't surprising that the study would fail to detect any major trends so soon after attacks. WTC studies find no big jump in cancer, deaths
  • Further careful epidemiological research is needed to clarify who benefits most from such treatment.
  • Nurses administered epidemiological questionnaires, made physical measurements, and recorded an electrocardiogram.
  • Experimental and epidemiological studies suggest a high concentration of estriol may be necessary to modulate the impact of the high concentrations of estradiol and estrone seen in pregnancy.
  • The epidemiological evidence weighs heavily against such a link.
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