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(Statistics) another word for percentile


(ˈsɛn taɪl, -tɪl)

(not in technical use) a percentile.
[1900–05; < Latin cent(um) hundred + -ile3]
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Noun1.centile - (statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total
mark, score, grade - a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
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The patient scored 46 points on the verbal and performance scale resulting in a global intelligence quotient of 40 (<0.1 centiles).
In this study during the 9th and 12th month assessment of head circumference, the growth continued along the same centiles for both the groups.
Figure 3 shows the aggregated estimates of the number of children <5 y of age stunted in the study countries in 2030 under the six scenarios (as means and 5th and 95th centiles across the 300 socioeconomic subscenarios).
This is consistent with multiple other studies reporting babies of ICP pregnancies to have increased birthweight centiles, including two large population cohorts reporting birthweight centiles of 6146 ICP babies compared with over 1.2 million controls (10,11); in contrast to the 198 (ICP) and 189 (control) babies reported in this meta-analysis (1).
Health workers need to compute the age-, height- and sex-specific centiles in the clinic setting to ascertain the BP classification of a paediatric patient before discharging them, and to confirm elevated BP on three separate visits.
Prediction of adverse perinatal outcome of small-for-gestational-age pregnancy using size centiles and conditional growth centiles.
Overweight was diagnosed if the body mass index was between the 80th and 94th centiles of the Centers for Disease Control reference values.
His height and weight was between 3rd and 10th centiles as per the CDC chart, and blood pressure was 150/92 mmHg in right upper limb supine position (above 95th centile).
Even in the case of asymmetric growth on low centiles, the gynecologists did not take into account the fact that the microcephalia could be abnormal and thus did not provide counselling on this.
Kandraju, "Construction of Ductal Diameter Centiles in the First 24 h of Life and Their Relation to Cerebral Blood Flow in Neonates Weighing Less Than 1250 g in the First 24 h of Life," Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, vol.
The odds ratios (OR) for the quantification of the association between growth variables, weight-length ratio, ponderal index, and morphometric index (MMI) of the neonates and white matter damage, according to the centiles of the z-score bands, are given in Table 2.
The original PAWPER XL tape makes use of a visual assessment of habitus to assign a habitus score (HS) (HS1-HS7, with HS1 representing an underweight child, HS3 an average child and HS7 a severely obese child), with the predicted weights associated with each HS based on weight-for-length growth chart centiles (see Fig.