activity grading

ac·tiv·i·ty grad·ing

(ak-tiv'i-tē grād'ing)
Incrementally changing the process, tools, materials, or environment of a given activity to increase or decrease performance demands gradually, and ultimately to ensure best performance.
Synonym(s): sport-specific training.
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The diagnostic value of FT for fibrosis staging and of AT for activity grading was similar to those reported previously (8,10-18) with areas under the ROC curves of 0.
This occurred in 63 patients (12%) for fibrosis staging only, in 67 patients (12%) for activity grading only, and in 24 patients (4.
The most frequent biopsy errors were false negatives for activity grading (10.
Compared with patients who did not have false-negative activity grading based on biopsy (n = 483), patients who did have false-negative activity grading based on biopsy (n = 54) had a smaller biopsy size [13.
This occurred in 78 patients (14%) for fibrosis staging only, in 91 patients (17%) for activity grading only, and in 24 patients (7.