cohort

cohort (ko´hort)

1. Component of the population born during a particular period and identified by period of birth so that its characteristics can be ascertained as it enters successive time and age periods. 2. Any designated group followed or traced over a period, as in an epidemiological cohort study. [L. cohors, retinue, military unit]

 

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