nomogram


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nomogram

[′näm·ə‚gram]
(mathematics)
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Our patient-by-patient approach is similar to nomogram, which is more practical and accurate than a staging system in predicting prognosis.
Newborns met criteria for phototherapy treatment based on the age in hours of life, risk factor assessment, and above or within 1 mg/dL below the AAP's phototherapy nomogram level to treat.
Pretreatment nomogram that predicts five-year probability of metastasis following three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy for localized prostate cancer.
Fetal transcerebellar diameter nomogram in singleton gestations with special emphasis in the third trimester: A comparison with previously published nomograms.
Nomograms was used to assess improvement categories as advocated my Richmond.
A literature review was performed using the Pubmed database to identify related studies using the search terms heparin, nursing, nurse, protocol, and nomogram in combinations.
A nomogram predictive of nonsentinel lymph node involvement in breast cancer patients with a sentinel lymph node micrometastasis.
Although investigators have developed various models to predict recurrence and progression after TURBT for NMIBC including nomogram, scoring systems, and risk tables [74-77], these models mainly incorporated tumor-related factors, such as tumors number, tumor diameter, T category, World Health Organization (WHO) tumor grade, and carcinoma in situ (CIS).
Data from dental practices were compared to the nomogram (norm profile) of age-specific numbers of teeth derived from SHIP-0.
VJ height was converted to anaerobic power using the Lewis nomogram.
Create a pediatric bipolar disorder nomogram and ask her parents to fill out the Vanderbilt ADHD Diagnostic Parent Rating Scale