normal limits

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The range, usually determined empirically, within which physiological variables such as height, weight, and blood pressure usually lie in a healthy person. This may be an arbitrary range or defined by a specified measurement, such as the 95% confidence limits. What is “normal” in one society may be abnormal in another, depending on the distribution of risk in the population.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.

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