|syndrome vs disease||0.56||0.1||5901||52|
|syndrome vs disease vs disorder||1.16||0.4||6642||100|
|syndrome vs disease definition||0.34||1||573||41|
|cushing syndrome vs cushing disease||0.01||0.7||8775||34|
|cushing's disease vs syndrome||1.73||0.2||7359||63|
|cushing syndrome vs disease||0.53||0.4||7149||2|
|cushing's syndrome vs cushing's disease||1.62||0.2||3791||26|
|addison's disease vs cushing's syndrome||0.82||0.3||5039||31|
|disease vs condition vs syndrome||1.63||1||2606||95|
|disorder vs disease definitions||0.01||0.9||2484||23|
|difference between syndrome and illness||1.53||0.5||4644||40|
There is a wide gap of measures between a disease and a disorder. The main difference between a disease and a disorder is that a disease is most often than not caused by factors such as viruses and bacteria while a disorder is due to abnormalities mostly being intrinsic like birth defects and genetic malfunction.What is the difference between disease and condition?
• The word condition is used in the sense of ‘state’ or ‘an illness or a medical problem’. • On the other hand, the word disease is used in the sense of ‘sickness’. It is also used in the sense of ‘illness’. • Now, the word disease always carries a negative connotation as we are speaking of a sickness.Is AIDS a disease or syndrome?
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease caused by a virus called HIV. Acquired means that people are not born with the disease. They get it after being infected with the HIV virus. Immune or Immuno- talks about the immune system.