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  • case history — n a record of an individual s personal or family history and environment for use in analysis or instructive illustration * * * case his·to·ry (kāsґ hisґtə re) the collected data concerning an individual, his family, and environment,… …   Medical dictionary

  • case manager — case man·ag·er man ij ər n a person (as a social worker or nurse) who assists in the planning, coordination, monitoring, and evaluation of medical services for a patient with emphasis on quality of care, continuity of services, and cost… …   Medical dictionary

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine — Established 1843 School type Private Dean Pamela B. Davis, MD, PhD Location …   Wikipedia

  • Case Western Reserve University — Motto Thinking Beyond the Possible Established WRU: 1826 CIT: 1880 CWRU: 1967 Type …   Wikipedia

  • case — 1. An instance of disease with its attendant circumstances. Cf.:patient. 2. A box or container. [L. casus, an occurrence] borderline c. a patient, whose clinical findings are suggestive, but not fully convincing, of a specific diagnosis. index c …   Medical dictionary

  • case fatality rate — the proportion of persons contracting a disease who die of that disease: the numerator is the number of deaths caused by a disease and the denominator is the number of diagnosed cases of the disease. Called also case fatality ratio, fatality r.,… …   Medical dictionary

  • case study — a study that identifies and samples individuals with a particular disease or condition, noting characteristics of the disease or condition and persons afflicted. Case studies are often used to call attention to new diseases or to diseases… …   Medical dictionary

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Law — Infobox Law School name = Case Western Reserve University Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law established = 1892 type = Private head = Dean [ Gary J. Simson] city = Cleveland state = Ohio country = USA students = 704… …   Wikipedia

  • Medicine and Canon Law — • In the early centuries the practice of medicine by clerics, whether secular or regular, was not treated with disapproval by the Church, nor was it at all uncommon for them to devote a considerable part of their time to the medical avocation.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Case-control — is a type of epidemiological study design. Case control studies are used to identify factors that may contribute to a medical condition by comparing subjects who have that condition (the cases ) with patients who do not have the condition but are …   Wikipedia

  • case — 1. There are two distinct nouns: a) The one meaning ‘an example of an occurrence’: In this case they are wrong. From this use there have developed several idiomatic phrases (in case, in any case, in some cases, in the case of) as well as several… …   Modern English usage

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