detection rate

detection rate

The proportion of individuals with a particular condition who test positive for that condition when measured by a gold-standard methodology.
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In Newcastle, the detection rate was even higher at 99.
Recently a prospective study of 15,000 women reported a 90% detection rate with a 5% false-positive rate.
Among the 503 patients who had lymphography that combined blue dye and scintigraphy, SLN detection rate was 89.
The statistics also show the detection rate per police officer is 14.
29 NATIRE, Todor Stanev of the University of Delaware in Newark and his colleagues describe a "strong" correlation between the neutrino detection rate and the monthly sunspot number.
AM technologies performed very well across a series of seven shoplifting scenarios, achieving a 100 percent detection rate in five of those scenarios.
3% in North Wales while the force's detection rate remained static at 21.
The improved visualisation of lesions has been shown to result in an increase in both the Adenoma Detection Rate (ADR) and Mean Adenomas per Patient (MAP) rate.
Washington, June 18 (ANI): Researchers have claimed that mammography screening with 3D digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT) yielded lower recall rates, an increased overall cancer detection rate, and an increased detection rate for invasive cancer compared with 2D digital mammography (DM).
Its detection rate - where officers charged, cautioned or fined a suspect over an offence - is largely in keeping with the regional average and above the national average.
The cancer detection rate decreased from 39% to 15% as long as prostate volume increases.
Rodger Patrick, a former Chief Inspector with West Midlands Police, said officers were encouraged to manipulate figures because promotion often depended on being able to prove they had contributed to a fall in crime or a high detection rate.

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