negative predictive value

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neg·a·tive pre·dic·tive val·ue

n. valor pronóstico de un diagnóstico con resultado negativo.
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Part-solid nodules had the highest predictive value of cancer in both sexes, whereas solid nodules had the lowest predictive value in women and ground glass nodules had the lowest predictive value in men.
What you should make of a statistic depends on its predictive value - whether what happens in one period tends to be repeated in the next.
Using post-hoc statistical comparisons in cognitive tasks, significant differences were observed among the groups, suggesting the ability of cognitive performance to serve as a trait marker with predictive value.
The composite prognostic index score in the first study predicted the likelihood of labor within 12 hours while maintaining a significantly high negative predictive value in 78 patients between 24 and 34 weeks of gestation who were admitted with PPROM over a 2-year period, according to Dr.
1) regarding the predictive value of mean platelet volume (MPV) in young patients with non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome's (NSTE-ACS).
On a per-patient basis, diagnostic accuracy, sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, and negative predictive value of FFRCT plus CT were 73 percent, 90 percent, 54 percent, 67 percent, and 84 percent, respectively," the authors wrote.
The question provided a positive predictive value of 46% and a negative predictive value of 82%, reported Dr.
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The text on page 1302 originally read "If we assume all variants detected by Sanger sequencing are true events, the GS-FLX had a 65% sensitivity and a 50% positive predictive value, and the GAII had a 67% sensitivity and a 62% positive predictive value.
Any anal cytology abnormality had sensitivity 84%, specificity 39%, negative predictive value 88% and positive predictive value 31%.
The positive predictive value of a test falls as the prevalence falls.
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