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Initial identification of confounding factors in an epidemiologic study: confounding in a case-control study of maternal serum alpha fetoprotein and breast cancer
(Texas A&M University, 1995)
Confounding in epidemiologic studies occurs when there is a distortion in the estimate of the disease-exposure relationship due to the mixing of the true effect with that of a third factor. The traditional definition of a ...
Gender, social roles and health care utilization
(Texas A&M University, 1992)