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prog·nos·tic

(prog-nos'tik),
1. Relating to prognosis.
2. A symptom on which a prognosis is based, or one indicative of the likely outcome.
[G. prognōstikos]

prognostic

(prŏg-nŏs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or useful in prognosis.
2. Of or relating to prediction; predictive.
n.
1. A sign or symptom indicating the future course of a disease.
2. A sign of a future happening; a portent.

prognostic

[prognos′tik]
Etymology: Gk, pro + gnosis, knowledge
pertaining to signs and symptoms that may indicate the outcome of an illness or injury.

prognostic

adjective Referring to a prognosis, see there.

prog·nos·tic

(prog-nos'tik)
1. Relating to prognosis.
2. A symptom on which a prognosis is based, or one indicative of the likely outcome.
[G. prognōstikos]
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Univariate analysis revealed that Rai's stage, lymphocyte count, and age had a prognostically significant role on survival (Table 4).
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To date, MLL has processed more than 200 samples using the RainDance ThunderStorm System to identify prognostically relevant mutations for AML and other myeloid malignancies.
For PFS, no threshold of prognostically relevant CTC counts was identified by the Max-STAT and ROC curve analysis.
Quantification of the extent of tumor regression in patients who have received neoadjuvant chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy is prognostically useful (18, 19) An estimation of whether greater or less than 10% residual viable tumor is present in the resection specimen should be reported and the "y" prefix included as part of the TNM pathologic stage.
This finding is of major clinical importance since it strongly suggests that NPM1 mutations may allow one to divide the heterogeneous patient group of AML into prognostically different subgroups.
Findings of DCIS arising in RS/CSL are most commonly low or intermediate grade while invasive cancers are usually grade 1 or 2, and staging of these patients is historically prognostically favorable (15, 25-27).
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Parati from the University of Milan-Bicocca concluded that device- guided paced breathing at home is feasible and improves prognostically relevant clinical and instrumental parameters in heart failure patients.