confirmator

confirmator

(ˈkɒnfəˌmeɪtə)
n
obsolete a confirmer
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Accordingly, all people in each level who have a confirmator in their sheets were considered as a population (a center).
The current pre - operative clinical methods, including radiographic techniques like ultrasound, computed tomography (C T ) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), although helpful, are not confirmator y and often misdiagnose the presence or absence of cervical nodal metastasis in many patients.
In his classical study, Michael Machony was able to confirm that reviewers had a strong confirmator y bias, i.