detection rate

detection rate

The proportion of individuals with a particular condition who test positive for that condition when measured by a gold-standard methodology.
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Over the same period, the detection rate fell from 97.5% to 93.4%.
From the first to the second screening round, the detection rate for proximal colon cancer declined (0.63 to 0.36 per 1,000 screenees); across six rounds, there was a steady decrease in distal colon and rectal cancer (distal colon: 1.65 in the first round to 0.17 in the sixth round; rectum, 0.82 in the first round to 0.17 in the sixth round).
The detection rate of urinary stones was 50%, 61% and 71.4% for grades 1, 2 and 3 hydronephroses respectively.
A METHYLENE BLUE DYE pill increases the adenoma detection rate in patients undergoing colonoscopy screenings.
The PCa detection rate has been reported to vary between 20% and 25% in the initial biopsy (3).
PESHAWAR -- Detection rate of TB patients has been showing improvement in the province owing to enhanced awareness campaign aimed at doing away with social taboos associated with the ailment.
It has been shown that serrated polyp detection rate is dependent on the endoscopist, experience of the pathologist, and colonoscopy withdrawal times [13, 16, 17].
Adenoma detection rate (ADR) is inversely associated with the risk of postcolonoscopy colorectal cancer.
The neoplasia detection rate was also 8% higher in people aged between 45-49 than it was between 50-54, leading to calls for CRC screening programmes to begin at 45 years of age.
According to our study, the detection rate can be viewed as the rate of the transitions from a compromised state to a responsive state.
in 1989, the investigators took cores of the apex, base and middle of the prostate, with a prostate cancer detection rate between 20% and 35% approximately [3].

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