concordance rate


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concordance rate

n.
A quantitative statistical expression for the concordance of a given trait, especially in pairs of twins in genetic studies.
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In a subset of cases, the comparison of DISH to FISH ratio showed a high concordance rate (p value = 0.
The high genotype concordance rate and percentage of known SNPs indicate that the concordant SNPs were of high quality and accuracy.
The inter-observer concordance rate in the second validation study was 95%, with a Kappa concordance equal to 0.
In fact, the best performance of any of the slide challenges was by cytotechnologists on slide challenges with herpes simplex virus infection, at a concordance rate of 90.
My recollection of the twin research, in this area, is that there generally is a higher concordance rate for identical than fraternal twins but that even with identical twins that concordance rate rarely exceeds a value in the fifty percent range.
The overall concordance rate between notification decision and international public health concern was 53.
His center's study of more than 300 twins with epilepsy has now detected a concordance rate of 0.
We found that among records with progress notes, the concordance rate for those with a primary SUD diagnosis (92%) was not significantly higher than for those with a SUD diagnosis that was nonprimary (91%).
The ASCO/CAP guidelines (3) reported a concordance rate of 82 per cent while Jacobs et al (20) have reported a concordance rate of 91 per cent.
Our findings argue for a hereditary component of pyloric stenosis: (1) pre-dominance in boys; (2) familial aggre-gation in first-, second-, and third-degree relatives; (3) high concordance rate in monozygotic twins; (4) similar degree of aggregation in dizygotic twins and siblings; (5) difference in risk for siblings vs.
Vector of abstained values includes concordance rate.