Standard Expected Years of Life Lost

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A measure of the time between age at death and the expected age to which a person might have lived, as determined by a standard model lifetable. SEYLL, un-italicized, used in text as an abbreviation; italicized it refers to a specific statistical measure.


Public Health Social Policy Statistical Measure Life Lost Specific Statistical Measure 
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