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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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Bound Tree will assume full operation of the Concordance EMS business under the Bound Tree brand name starting July 15, 2019.
In order to determine the concordance between keywords, the percentages of keywords repeated by the peer group were calculated.
The concordance between mLDLc and cLDLc as measured by Kendall's Coefficient of concordance is shown in Table-III.
Maximum clinicohistopathological concordance was seen with LLHD (84.62%) followed by Histoid Hansen's (75%), BB (66.67%), BTHD (62.50%), BL (60.00%), TTHD (57.15%) and IL (50.00%).
For purposes of concordance and discordance, both items were recoded to reflect if encouragement of dieting never or ever happened.
Persistently low concordance and reproducibility "suggest that conventional histopathology has been parsed to a degree that falls below the limits of reliability," they concluded.
Strong concordance between the two methods was seen in analyses of the central and obstructive AHI values, with correlation coefficients of 0.98 and 0.91, respectively.
For the analysis in this study, 46 264 participant interpretations based on 715 slides, collected between 2003 and 2013, were evaluated retrospectively for concordance with the general category and the reference diagnosis.
The concordance of the centers was evaluated by calculating Kendall's tau-b coefficient.
Schiff's 'Theory of concordance' argues that disagreement between three stake holders - military elite, civil elite and citizenry - on four indicators: social composition of the officer corps, the political decision-making process, the method of recruiting military personnel and the style of the military is the cause of military intervention in politics.
Concordance Co-Founder Steve Klink owned a chain of retail pharmacies and saw firsthand how patients struggle to take their medications as scheduled and the cost that led to for insurers.