In women aged more than 50 years, who would have been eligible to participate in the screening program, the incidence of stages 2-4 cancers decreased by a nonsignificant
In this issue, researchers report on two studies with nonsignificant
results for the primary outcome (Donaldson, Ingrago, Drake, & Ocampo, 2017; Eastwick, Leise, Sabo, Clute, & Stoj, 2017).
In contrast, those who received a placebo experienced nonsignificant
PEFR has statistically nonsignificant
correlation with the weight, height, and body surface area.
In the three trials that reported the Ocular Surface Disease Index, there was a nonsignificant
improvement with omega-3 fatty acids, compared with control (p = 0.
However, when the two components of the composite outcome were examined separately, inhaled budesonide was significantly better than was placebo at reducing the rate of bronchopulmonary dysplasia but was associated with a nonsignificant
excess in mortality.
In the other two age groups, however, differences between women and men were minimal and nonsignificant
Although there was no association at baseline for men, being in the highest mass quartile at age 21 translated to a 86 percent nonsignificant
risk and a 41 percent higher risk of NHL.
Addressing the neighbors' concerns over their wells, Rogers Group commits to "repair, replace or compensate any neighbor for any substantial impairment to a nonsignificant
Many sarcocysts morphologically consistent with Sarcocystis falcatula were found in the cytoplasm of the skeletal myofibers from skeletal muscles of different locations of this bird, a finding that was considered an incidental, clinically nonsignificant
finding in this case.
From the FDA's perspective, medical devices are considered to have either significant or nonsignificant
Equal variances assumed, the difference between these two means was found nonsignificant
at the .