cutoff point

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cutoff point

n punto de corte
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Generational cutoff points aren't exactly a science, and should be viewed instead as tools.
Using implant-specific cutoff points resulted in fewer missed cases of ARMD compared to using fixed thresholds currently recommended by US and UK regulatory authorities, according to the report by Gulraj S.
Lastly, we conducted every score for these patients through log-rank test to give the optimal cutoff points for the risk score.
Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curve was drawn to analyze the cutoff points of HE4 and CA125 levels for the diagnosis of endometrial cancer.
However, it would be interesting to have cutoff points to classify the family as vulnerable or not, both by Total FVI-DD and by Dimension HC.
The research team evaluated the ability of HbA1C to diagnose prediabetes and diabetes and they established the optimal HbA1C cutoff points for detecting prediabetes and diabetes in youth.
applied to autosomal recessive diseases) establishes prior probabilities, whether an individual carries a disease may be tested subject to optimal cutoff points (cutoff points that maximize test accuracy).
The suggested NC cutoff points in children varies among studies and some differences might be related to ethnicity and lack of standardization of the anatomical site used for measurement.
This leads to two cutoff points in the ability distribution, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], that represent the marginal individual for whom the added benefit and cost of majoring in a STEM field are exactly equal.
In some Iranian articles, suitable BMI cutoff points for detecting obesity are reported.
Efforts to reach agreement on how vitamin D deficiency is defined are complicated by the fact that the cutoff points used in reports from clinical laboratories vary widely.