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con·cor·dant

(kon-kōr'dant),
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.

con·cor·dant

(kŏn-kōr'dănt)
Denoting or exhibiting concordance.
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If all 10 discordances in the abovementioned combined table would be of the type that pathologist 1 rates positively and pathologist 2 rates negatively, and all concordant ratings are left unchanged, Cohen [KAPPA] would be increased, whereas Fleiss [KAPPA] would remain unchanged.
To identify each patient's concordant conditions, we used our previously developed set of chronic conditions, identified from AHRQ Clinical Classification Software condition categories using the Chronic Condition Indicator, and modified to incorporate ICD-9-CM updates (Hwang et al.
The majority of respondents (50.6%) reported a concordant intended pregnancy and 27.0% reported a concordant unintended pregnancy.
There have been only five reported cases of concordant DS in dizygotic twins with confirmed chromosomal analyses [2, 6, 13].
The mean age of women with discordant growth twins was 31.4[+ or -]5.6 years, whereas in concordant pregnancy group it was 30.93[+ or -]4.8 years.
The project area is hosted by cretaceous carbonates and sandstones with exposures of mineralisation being identified in numerous locations occurring in concordant layers.
The Sudanese side described the relations with Mauritania as "good" and "concordant" between the two countries, adding that there are great opportunities to strengthen the relations between the two countries in the fields of trade, economic, technical and vital sectors in the areas of transport, housing and vocational training.
"In this study comparing the percentages of 186 categories of medical conditions seen by general internists in office visits and hospital stays with the percentages of 3,461 questions on IM-MOC examinations from 2010 to 2013, 69% of examination questions were concordant with conditions seen," Bradley Gray, PhD, ABIM senior health services researcher, Philadelphia, and his colleagues said in a report published in JAMA (2017 Jun 13;317[22]:2317-24).
The precision, accuracy, deviations from the ideal projection, Lin's concordant correlation coefficient as shown by NICOLI et al.
Mohammad Iqbal gave a detailed presentation to the visiting officers on 'Strategic View, Ongoing Issues and Future Prospects of FBR' in which he explained the functions and organizational structure of FBR with a focus on Inland Revenue Service and dilated on the major problems of taxation system and the concordant issues, challenges and the way forward.
We compared risks between concordant and discordant groups with Cox proportional hazards models (HR and 95% CIs) and Kaplan-Meier survival-free-of-CHD curves.
The results in our study are concordant with many studies done in Asian regions where various CNS lesions were found to be more common in males as compared to females..2,8,10,11 In the present study, 41 cases were diagnosed as non-neoplastic lesions and 144 as neoplastic.