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nomogram

[′näm·ə‚gram]
(mathematics)
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The postoperative nomogram looks at the Gleason score, prostate capsule invasion, surgical margins, seminal vesicle involvement, and lymph node involvement to predict the progression-free probability over time.
The MSKCC nomogram has been validated in-house by a retrospective and perspective dataset [2].
In training, the residuals (the difference between neural network predicted versus actual nomogram values) should be relatively balanced between negative and positive values with increased frequency of low value residuals relative to high values (Figure 3).
Gerald of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Kattan, and his colleagues described a combination of up to nine gene-express markers, including EZH2, that, along with PSA score and tumor stage and grade, better indicate tumor aggressiveness than the Kattan nomogram does on its own.
A nephrolithometric nomogram to predict treatment success of percutaneous nephrolithotomy.
If corneal shape could be mathematically modelled, after varying degrees of refractive surgery, a nomogram compensating for shape alone could be the final refinement to maximise the accuracy of machines like the ORA.
Using a nomogram developed in their nurseries, the visiting public health nurse was able to decide whether a TSB measurement was necessary, whether the TcB assessment should be repeated within 24 h, or whether subsequent routine care was appropriate.
The investigators developed a nomogram based on the model that should be easy to apply clinically, Dr.
Our future goal is to create an NCI [National Cancer Institute] prostate cancer nomogram that includes multiparametric MRI, and our scientists are close to finishing it.
26) recently developed a nomogram that predicts which patients are most likely to develop a biochemical relapse following SCA.