Case-Control Studies


Case Base Studies

Case Comparison Studies

Case Compeer Studies

Case Control Studies

Case Control Study

Case Referent Studies

Case Referrent Studies

Case-Base Studies

Case-Base Study

Case-Comparison Studies

Case-Comparison Study

Case-Compeer Studies

Case-Compeer Study

Case-Control Studies, Matched

Case-Control Studies, Nested

Case-Control Study

Case-Control Study, Matched

Case-Control Study, Nested

Case-Referent Studies

Case-Referent Study

Case-Referrent Studies

Case-Referrent Study

Matched Case Control Studies

Matched Case-Control Studies

Matched Case-Control Study

Nested Case Control Studies

Nested Case-Control Studies

Nested Case-Control Study

Studies, Case Control

Studies, Case-Base

Studies, Case-Comparison

Studies, Case-Compeer

Studies, Case-Control

Studies, Case-Referent

Studies, Case-Referrent

Studies, Matched Case-Control

Studies, Nested Case-Control

Study, Case Control

Study, Case-Base

Study, Case-Comparison

Study, Case-Compeer

Study, Case-Control

Study, Case-Referent

Study, Case-Referrent

Study, Matched Case-Control

Study, Nested Case-Control

Studies which start with the identification of persons with a disease of interest and a control (comparison, referent) group without the disease. The relationship of an attribute to the disease is examined by comparing diseased and non-diseased persons with regard to the frequency or levels of the attribute in each group.