cutoff point

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cutoff point

n punto de corte
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However, its cut-off points are yet to be established as there are wide variations in accordance to geographic and racial differences.
We also intended to define NC cut-off points for the development of MS.
Thereafter, considering only the patients with an event, they defined three cut-off points of estimated risk that would divide the individuals into four equal-size groups.
2-1 ng/mL (C)(4) should be under the category Urine cut-off points for reporting positive or limit of quantitation.
The characteristics of each scale at different cut-off points produced the best balance between sensitivity and specificity can be depicted graphically using a receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve.
However, it is not clear whether this or other cut-off points would be appropriate for testicular cancer, and at least initially we would recommend treating delay as a continuous variable with no absolute time limit applied.
Cut-off points are suggested in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (American Psychiatric Association, 1994) for the number of criteria above which individuals are considered to have the disorder.
Various levels of BMI cut-off points for obesity were proposed in these populations, ranging from BMI of 25 kg/[m.
The entry system for the blue riband contest would mean that having not been entered at either of the first two cut-off points, Bandari's owner, Abdullah AlRostamani, would be required to fork out pounds 90,000 to secure a spot in the race.
Sensitivity and specificity analyses were carried out with different cut-off points for MUAC, chest circumference, and head circumference of the newborns to identify low-birth-weight babies (Table 6).
Sensitivity and specificity values for the detection of patients with DSM IIIR diagnoses of delirium or dementia were calculated for different cut-off points of the test scores.