recurrence rate


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recurrence rate

[ri′kər·əns ‚rāt]
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para]]Adjuvant immunotherapy after curative treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma reduced the recurrence rate by 37% and the mortality rate by 79%[[/para]]
Treatment success was evaluated using four criteria: cure rate, endometriosis stage before and after treatment, recurrence rate, and pregnancy rate.
However, the recurrence rate within 48 hours after treatment was just 9% in frovatriptan-treated episodes, significantly less than the 24% rate for almotriptan (J.
At 24 hours of follow-up, the recurrence rate was 11% following frovatriptan versus 24% collectively for the comparator triptans.
The recurrence rate could conceivably be lower with negative LEEP findings owing to the possibility that these women harbored smaller original lesions that were treated by 2 modalities, biopsy and then LEEP.
Experts say the superbug C diff, characterised by fever and diarrhoea, is a considerable burden on NHS budgets and its high recurrence rate in patients leads to prolonged hospital stays.
The cranberry juice drinkers had a urinary tract infection recurrence rate of almost 20 percent, compared to 14 percent of those who drank the placebo.
Compared with placebo, active treatment resulted in a lower recurrence rate of BV (15.
Ameloblastoma is a benign, locally aggressive tumour which arises from odontogenic epithelium and is associated with a high recurrence rate.
Over 60 patients have now been reviewed and we will continue to closely monitor the recurrence rate data and follow-up patients as part of their regular clinical reviews.
BACKGROUND: The high recurrence rate of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) determines the long-term prognosis for patients with HCC.