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prognostic test


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prognostic test n.

prognostic test n.

Prognostic value of exercise testing

Plasminogen Activator Proteins Tested as Prognostic Markers

Exercise testing in asymptomatic subjects: from diagnostic test to prognostic tool?

Prognostic significance of pulmonary function tests in heart failure

Utility of prognostic genomic tests in breast cancer practice: The IMPAKT 2012 Working Group Consensus Statement†

P-290Prognostic value of repeat testing in population screening for CRC - for optimizing efficacy

Asystolic responses during head-up tilting test in neurocardiogenic syncope. clinical and prognostic analysis

Prognostic value and diagnostic potential of cardiopulmonary exercise testing in patients with chronic heart failure

Anti-CCP antibody testing as a diagnostic and prognostic tool in rheumatoid arthritis

The prognostic significance of non-invasive cardiac tests in heart transplant recipients

Prognostic threshold levels of NT-proBNP testing in primary care

Ovarian reserve testing and the use of prognostic models in patients with subfertility

Using the alkaline comet assay in prognostic tests for male infertility and assisted reproductive technology outcomes

704 Improving prognostic risk stratification with cardiac testing in peripheral arterial disease

MP411PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF CARDIOPULMONARY EXERCISE TEST (SPIROERGOMETRY) AND 6 MINUTE WALK TEST IN CHRONIC DIALYSIS PATIENTS

Prognostic validity of the Timed Up-and-Go test, a modified Get-Up-and-Go test, staff's global judgement and fall history in evaluating fall risk in residential care facilities

76PRESULT OF THE 6-MINUTE WALK TEST IS AN INDEPENDENT PROGNOSTIC FACTOR OF SURGICALLY TREATED NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER

 

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In psychometrics, any test that is designed to predict the likely outcome for the respondent of a programme of therapy, education, or training. [From Greek pro before + gnosis knowing + -ikos of, relating to, or resembling]

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