Predisease: when does it make sense?

@article{Viera2011PrediseaseWD,
  title={Predisease: when does it make sense?},
  author={A. Viera},
  journal={Epidemiologic reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={33},
  pages={
          122-34
        }
}
  • A. Viera
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Epidemiologic reviews
  • Screening often leads to finding conditions that are not at the stage or level that would classify them as disease but, at the same time, are not at a stage or level at which people can be declared entirely disease free. These "in-between" states have sometimes been designated as "predisease." Examples include precancerous lesions, increased intraocular pressure ("preglaucoma"), prediabetes, and prehypertension. When the goal of preventing adverse health outcomes is kept in mind, this review… CONTINUE READING
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