Epidemiological considerations in the design of controlled clinical trials. Part I: Introduction
Analytical epidemiology is the study of disease in defined groups of humans, for the purposes of ascertaining the relationships of various characteristics of these groups to the diagnosis, course or prognosis, and causes of their disorders.
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