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).
We also compared radiologist recall rate estimates based on reference standard data to estimates based on claims alone.
It turns out that D4 wavelet has greatly speeded retrieval as well as ensured enough recall rate comparable with its Haar wavelet and wavelet histogram.
The automaker's recall rate is relatively low and the recent two recalls totalling 1.
8) The authors found that tomosynthesis decreased the recall rate by 10%, but it did not improve sensitivity, without or with standard FFDM.
FFDM has a wide dynamic range and post-processing capabilities which may lead to a reduction in recall rates and improvement in the interpretation of dense breasts.
The recall rate for "headache" was similar to that noted by Barkshire et al' and by Swan and Borshoff (5).
According to the January-February 2002 Nielsen Media Research report, the system delivered almost 30 million impressions per month with a 45-percent ad recall rate.
Post-launch research showed a consumer recall rate of 82 per cent.
The FDA, however, says neither safety nor the agency's neutrality has been compromised, noting the recall rate has remained constant - about 2.
87 million vehicles issued in fiscal 1999, the second highest recall rate on record.