recurrence rate


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recurrence rate

[ri′kər·əns ‚rāt]
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The study found a recurrence rate of 9% in keloids treated by single intra-operative injection of triamcinolone, whereas the recurrence rate was 6% in keloids treated by an intra-operative and two post- operative injections of triamcinolone.
Histopathologically it has six types namely acanthomatous granular cell desmoplastic basal cell follicular and plexiform where- as the last two types are more common though the treatment options and recurrence rate are irrespective to its histological variants.3 The initial diagnosis of the tumour is made on the history clinical examination and specific radiographic images but the diagnosis is confirmed with histopathological evaluation of the tumour.
In earlier studies, the Buffalo investigators showed a higher recurrence rate with placebo than with the 10 days of antibiotic therapy widely utilized in their area.
The data showed the recurrence rate was over five percent, the same rate an age-matched cohort would be expected to experience a first case of shingles.
(17) Masson and Soule found that the recurrence rate in patients with head and neck fibromatosis was 70%, compared with only 50% for lesions in all locations.
Two new studies add to a growing body of evidence that radiation applied within an artery might reduce that recurrence rate.
In Rowe's study,[5] dislocations caused by twisting or forceful abduction had a higher recurrence rate (56%) than that of the group where dislocations were caused by a direct blow to the shoulder, anterior or posterior (19%).
Postoperative recurrence rates: Group A had 22 cases of postoperative recurrence, corresponding to a recurrence rate of 25.3%.
The recurrence rate for carcinomas with perineural invasion--a high-risk feature--was 23.28% for standard excision, but just 9.74% for CCPDMA in the meta-analysis of medical literature from 1993 to 2017.
At time of diagnosis (pre-treatment), ctDNA-positive patients had a recurrence rate of 46%, compared with 3% for ctDNA-negative patients.
The size of sample was obtanied by using open epi sample size calculator, in which a total 130 patients (n=65, each group) were observed by taking 95% confidence interval, 80% power of the test and 22% recurrence rate in CISC group and 46% recurrence rate in control group after internal optical uretherotomy for urethral strictures12.