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concordance

[kən′kȯrd·əns]
(genetics)
Similarity in appearance of members of a twin pair with respect to one or more specific traits.
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Diagnostic concordance was seen in about two-thirds of rash (67%) and vaginal discharge (63%) visit pairs.
Conversely, in diagnostic categories with high concordance, such as birthmarks and rashes, certain cases could be definitively diagnosed and treated exclusively using teledermatology (for example, mild acne).
In Kenya, concordance was higher between data reported at the subcounty and health facility levels (63%) than between different data sources within the health facility (0%-31%); in Ghana, concordance was poor between subdistrict and health facility data (25%).
As the biopsy of one patient showed inconclusive features only, this case was not taken for calculating concordance.
Concordance Healthcare Solutions LLC was formed through the merger of Kreisers, MMS and Seneca.
Interobserver concordance rates for the technique and quality of the films are shown in Table-I.
We used intraclass correlations to assess concordance between CPs' and PwMCIs' DAS scores and compared concordance strengths between dyad types with Fisher r-to-z tests.
Regarding the effectiveness of concordancing material on learners' writing, Sun (2007) found that concordancing tools serve as a useful language template that enables learners to search for particular word occurrences in a given context, to compare learners' own textual productions with concordance sentences and to identify areas of their deficiency.
Given the widespread use of the CIDI in Chinese epidemiological studies, there is an urgent need to determine the degree of concordance and the types of discrepancies between CIDI and clinical diagnoses made by mental health professionals.
Perhaps the definitive answer to this question can come from follow-up studies of ASD monozygote twin concordance data, as we shall soon show.
He went on to report that the prediction model had useful discrimination between women who ultimately did or did not experience de novo SUI, with a concordance index of 0.