ECoG


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ECoG

Abbreviation for electrocorticography.

ECOG

Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group

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ECOG

An association of cancer centers in the eastern United States that jointly study the effects of cancer and the efficacy of cancer treatments.

ECoG

Abbreviation for electrocorticography.
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EcoG from Munich: this start-up is developing an IoT operating system for the charging infrastructure for electric vehicles.
24 In this study, patients with ECOG 0-1 and early-stage cancer observed fast more often in comparison to their counterparts (100%).
27 patients (95%) had a performance status by ECOG of 0 or 1, 3 patients had ECOG PS-2.
We found HIV-positive lung cancer patients were younger, significantly more likely to have a poor ECOG performance status of [greater than or equal to] 3 at presentation and significantly less likely to have early stage lung cancer when compared with HIV-negative patients.
Multivariable Cox regression models showed that high Fuhrman grade, ECOG PS, T stage, and distant metastasis were independently associated with shorter PFS and OS, whereas targeted treatment was independently associated with longer PFS and OS.
Ten minutes ECoG data during interictal periods were selected.
La correlacion entre el BAI y el indice ECOG mostro correlaciones inversamente proporcionales (r de Pearson de -0,36 a -0,22, p<0,05).
Much larger ECoG sensors are clinically used to locate seizure activity in the brains of patients with epilepsy.
Intraoperative ECoG is not inevitable and simple lesionectomy is sufficient for satisfactory seizure control.
ECoG and EMG traces were used to visually score the different behavioral states of the SWC, i.
According to X2 analysis, there were no significant differences between the TNE and OE groups in terms of either tumor category or ECOG health status.
La evidencia reportada en estudios de EEG (electroencefalograma), ECoG (electrocorticografia) y PET (tomografia por emision de positrones) demuestra que existe una red del tejido displasico funcionalmente integrada al tejido sano.