The cutoff point
chosen to determine results that were positive by FISH for EML4-ALK in lung adenocarcinoma significantly altered test specificity and sensitivity.
Table-3: Cutoff point
of Neck Circumference (NC) to define overweight and obese subjects.
A comparison of the sensitivity values for those with MCI indicated that using the absolute cutoff value decreases the sensitivity of the MoCA-B to 44%; however, this value increases to 63% when the relative cutoff point
Faron's annual salary for 2006 was $37,548, but she was allowed serve without a master's degree because she was appointed before the population went over the cutoff point
The cutoff point
for relegation is historically around the late 40s or 50 mark, and we're on 46 now so we should be safe enough.
also found the same cutoff point
for mild pain but different cutoff points
for moderate pain when comparing patients with low back pain versus those with osteoarthritis .
The author gives a perfectly justifiable explanation for this cutoff point
but also admits that his history ends "in mid-stream," leaving a considerable portion of the Roman era unaccounted for.
There's no defined cutoff point
, but most adults of a certain age hear dead silence when the tone is played.
When scores on the MBE started to rise in the 1990s," Litowitz writes, "bar examiners were not delighted: instead they raised the passing cutoff point
to ensure that an even greater number of students would fail.
CORRECTION: The president repeatedly drew lines in the sand over the cost, promising a veto if that limit was passed, then retreated when the supposed cutoff point
was left behind.
From this plot, a cutoff point
in velocity can be established at the point where the minimum nodularity accepted by the customer intersects with the right side of the range of velocity (Fig.