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con·cor·dant

(kon-kōr'dant),
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.

con·cor·dant

(kŏn-kōr'dănt)
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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To identify each patient's concordant conditions, we used our previously developed set of chronic conditions, identified from AHRQ Clinical Classification Software condition categories using the Chronic Condition Indicator, and modified to incorporate ICD-9-CM updates (Hwang et al.
He added, "We have come to Geneva within an international concordant reading aimed at implementing the principles of Geneva CommuniquA' without any interpretation that is not based on the text and pushes for misunderstanding, so we cannot get involved in any dialogue on words that are not existent in Geneva Communique.
1%) with urothelial carcinoma had concordant grade between biopsy and surgical resection (high grade, n = 15; low grade, n = 12) (Figure 2, J), with 1 biopsy sample ungraded owing to insufficient intact tumor cells to evaluate for pleomorphism, thus precluding assessment of grade (Figure 2, K).
The authors concluded that in a clinic population of 10 000 patients treated per year, the use of concordant rapid tests to detect HIV would miss around 145 cases of acute HIV infection and 14 cases of established HIV infection.
difficile ICD-9 code (CDTA+/ICD9-) were more likely than concordant (CDTA+/ICD9+) admissions to have their first positive toxin assay within 48 hours of discharge.
However, in some cases of concordant depression, one partner will develop depressive symptoms and the other partner will "catch" depression and develop his or her own symptoms.
Zaehner (in Concordant Discord [1970], his Gifford Lectures) included nature mysticism as a third form, but S.
Multinomial logistic regression analyses of factors affecting concordance/discordance between apo B and LDL-C revealed that group II contained a larger proportion of males, elderly, smokers, and individuals with metabolic syndrome, a larger waist circumference, high TG and HDL-C, and low TC than the concordant group.
Generally the results of our investigations take the form shown in Table 2, which summarizes concordant and discordant classifications (carcinogen/noncarcinogen) from two different data sources (NCI/NTP, literature).
This concordant commits them to the craze for measuring the unmeasurable
and his team at Sequenta presented results showing that the ICRS platform is highly concordant with and more sensitive than standard methods.
The project has an integration component and this makes it concordant with EDBs strategy.