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CLINICAL MEASUREMENT - ANNOTATIONS

The Clinical Measurement Ontology (CMO), Measurement Methods Ontology (MMO), and Experimental Condition Ontology (XCO) are currently being developed at the Rat Genome Database. For more information about these vocabularies please see Shimoyama et al. Three ontologies to define phenotype measurement data. Front Genet. 2012;3:87. Epub 2012 May 28 or contact us (http://rgd.mcw.edu/contact/index.shtml).

Term:percentage of study population developing experimental arthritis during a period of time
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Accession:CMO:0001453 term browser browse the term
Definition:The number of new cases of experimental arthritis appearing in a study population during a certain period compared to the total number of individuals in the study population, expressed as a percentage. Experimental arthritis is a disease characterized by inflammation of one or more joints, the sites of junction or union between bones, especially those that allow motion of the bones, in which the condition is a result of the artificial induction of joint inflammation.
Synonyms:related_synonym: experimental arthritis incidence;   induced arthritis incidence



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    disease population measurement 57
      disease incidence/prevalence measurement 57
        arthritis incidence/prevalence measurement 0
          experimental arthritis incidence/prevalence measurement 0
            percentage of study population developing experimental arthritis during a period of time 0
              percentage of study population developing chronic experimental arthritis during a period of time 0
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