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— A subset of a participants in a study or a population who share one or more specified characteristics; e.g. women or children

Full explanation:

In studies or systematic reviews of treatment effects, subgroup analyses are often done to address questions about whether there are different effects for different subgroups, such as women and men, or people of different ages.

See also:

subgroup analysis

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