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Things disease often describes (“disease ________”)
control, germs, resistance, prevention, states, progression, breeding, severity, process, activity, producing, symptoms, month, carriers, outbreaks, specific, associations, relationship, management, patients, model, association, results, interactions, course, relationships, picture, entity, onset, free, causes, diagnosis, risk, modifying, manifestations, processes, state, demons, recurrence, surveillance, transmission, study, virus, makers, treatment, germ, status, spread, rate, rates, carrying, concept, producers, related, maker, spirit, classification, hospitals, syndrome, bringing, united, expression, carrier, giver, research, theory, susceptibility, eradication, progress, cycle, object, hospital, bearing, exposure, cancer, entities, incidence, specialist, associated, suppression, demon, categories, index, organisms, mortality, pattern, interaction, creating, programs, cause, the, continuum

Descriptive words:
coronary, chronic, renal, inflammatory, cardiovascular, infectious, pulmonary, severe, vascular, venereal, congenital, obstructive, acute, malignant, periodontal, organic, cardiac, serious, mental, systemic, advanced, metastatic, peripheral, primary, degenerative, occlusive, contagious, rheumatic, ischemic, sickle, fatal, progressive, joint, active, rare, arterial, pelvic, underlying, polycystic, stage, cerebrovascular, clinical, hepatic, respiratory, celiac, peptic, communicable, atherosclerotic, genetic, recurrent, incurable, coeliac, cystic, nervous, hypertensive, epidemic, benign, valvular, neoplastic, occupational, granulomatous, mild, neurological, hemolytic, ischaemic, residual, extensive, heart, cerebral, mitral, neurologic, hereditary, interstitial, alcoholic, tuberculous, aortic, thyroid, gastrointestinal, related, diverticular, diffuse, terrible, pancreatic, autosomal, hyaline, induced, fibrocystic


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See disease used in context: 100+ rhymes, 24 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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