recall rate


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recall rate

In radiology, the percentage of individuals asked to return for follow-up imaging after an anomaly is found on an initial study, e.g., the number of women who are screened with mammography and who have to return for spot films, ultrasound, or magnetic resonance imaging.
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The redundancy rate was 11 percent (22 patients), and the duplicate recall rate was 37 percent (74 patients).
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It is not surprising therefore that the recall rate has increased so dramatically.
In 40-49-year-old women (6 262 mammograms), the recall rate was 4.