Incidence vs. Prevalence


Incidence and prevalence measure the extent of a disease in a population. Both terms are often used interchangeably. However, they are not similar . Incidence provides information about change in status from non-diseased to diseased and limited to new cases that are still surviving over a specified period of time. However, prevalence provides information on the overall disease occurrence.

Our mindmap will help you to differentiate between Incidence and Prevalence, Enjoy it

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Mindmap was created by:

Muteb H Alshammari, BS., MS., PhD student in Biomedical Informatics

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