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Term:
brain non-tumorous lesion incidence/prevalence measurement (CMO:0000930)
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brain infarction measurement +   
brain non-tumorous lesion incidence/prevalence measurement +   
A measurement in which the number of individuals in a study population that display one or more non-tumorous lesion(s) of the brain at a point in time or develop such lesions within a determined period of time are compared to the total number of individuals in the study population. Often expressed as a percentage but could be expressed as a ratio. A non-tumorous lesion is a localized pathological change in structure of an organ or tissue due to injury or disease, which is not neoplastic in origin; especially one that is circumscribed and well defined. Examples of non-tumorous lesions of the brain would include infarctions, hemorrhages, etc.
cerebrovascular lesion measurement +   
kidney non-tumorous lesion incidence/prevalence measurement +  
liver non-tumorous lesion incidence/prevalence measurement +  
spleen non-tumorous lesion incidence/prevalence measurement +  

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Related Synonyms: Not4Curation
Definition Sources: Dorland:Dorlands_Illustrated_Medical_Dictionary--31st_Ed, ISBN:978-1416049982

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