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percentile

[pər′sen‚tīl]
(statistics)
A value in the range of a set of data which separates the range into two groups so that a given percentage of the measures lies below this value.
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Each of these strategies and pathways show promise, and are likely to improve on the sensitivity and NPV of conventional pathways that rely on the 99th centile to both diagnose and rule out MI.
Weight below 3rd centile was cross tabulated against Growth hormone deficiency, Primary Hypothyroidism, Pan-hypopituitarism and Vitamin D deficiency and no significant association was found.
In our previous publication related to the larger study we developed the centile charts of Pakistani population.
Pregnancy complications that excluded patients from the study were pre-eclampsia, diabetes, pregnancy-induced hypertension, suspected intrauterine growth restriction, and umbilical artery Doppler resistance index [greater than or equal to] 95th centile.
They showed that a placental length <10th centile between the gestational age of 18 and 24 weeks is a significant factor associated with SGA neonate (OR=2.
Triceps skinfold thickness centile charts in primary school children in Shiraz, Iran.
Head circumference less than fifth centile showed significant p value suggests that head less than fifth centile is significantly associated with development delay.
Only one in 10 children will be lower than three centiles and need treatment.
The main weakness is that nearly all primary outcomes in both groups involved birthweights below the 3rd centile rather than mortality or clinical outcomes associated with significant morbidity in the newborn period.
4) Unknown/Missing 8 -- Small for gestational age [less than or equal to] 10th centile for gestational age ([dagger]) 3 (4.
SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network) guidelines define overweight as a BMI above the 91st centile and obesity as a BMI above the 98th centile on the UK 1990 charts.