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Sensitivity and specificity of common scintigraphic procedures

a review of clinical efficacy

by Michael L. Goris

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Published by Year Book Medical Publishers in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioisotope scanning.,
  • Diagnosis, Radioscopic.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementMichael L. Goris.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC78.7.R4 G676 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 127 p. ;
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3022293M
    ISBN 100815138091
    LC Control Number85002518

      SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY ULTRASOUND (US) 80 60 CT SCAN (CT) 90 90 US OR CT POSIITIVE* 98 54 US AND CT POSITIVE** 72 96 *COMBINED SENSITIVITY = % - (20% x 10% = 2%) = 98% COMBINED SPECIFICITY = 60% x 90%   Sensitivities were lower for the two single-headed camera studies; one reported a sensitivity and specificity of (95% confidence interval (CI) to ) and (95% CI to ), respectively, and the other a sensitivity and specificity of (95% CI to ) and (95% CI to ), respectively.”72

    Multiple Tests: Simultaneous Suppose in a population of people, don’t have the disease Test A specificity = 60% Test B specificity = 90% Net specificity = A- and B- Step 1: x = who are A- Step *: x = who are B- Step 2: x = who are A- and B- Step 3: / = 54%Courtesy, S. Fleming, This book and its companion, Volume I, concentrate on new procedures--especially those based on the new molecular methodology--developed within the past decade. This volume deals with the new genetic and immunological tools applied to the diagnosis of mycoplasma infections of humans, animals, plants, insects, and all ://

    Its sensitivity to detect advanced precancerous lesions (advanced adenomas and sessile serrated polyps measuring ≥1 cm) was 42% (95% CI, 39% to 46%), and its specificity to detect “all nonadvanced findings” (including nonneoplastic findings and negative colonoscopy findings) was 87% (95% CI, 86% to 87%). 13 A second, smaller study The sensitivity and specificity results from the 3MS indicated good overall discriminant ability, although it was sub-optimal to the MMSE with a much lower specificity. At a cut-off score of 94, the sensitivity value indicated that 88% of participants who demonstrated impairment were correctly classified by the 3MS, while 60% of those who did


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16 Scintigraphic results in the SIJ are mainly reliable if there is unilateral involvement (Fig. However, as a tool to detect Up to date, multiple different scintigraphic and SPECT-based methodologies for detecting pathological parathyroids have been described, including dual-phase, dual-isotope, planar and CT combined imaging approaches, with wide range of sensitivity and specificity for each method [4, 6, 11–14].

Different approaches in calculation of sensitivity The ideal noninvasive test of sphincter of Oddi dysfunction (SOD) does not exist and the diagnosis of patients with postcholecystectomy pain often relies on invasive procedures. In this paper we describe a scintigraphic test for SOD: the scintigraphic score.

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Author(s): Seracettin Egin The aim of the study is to prospectively investigate the common malignancy criteria of nodules with the inclusion of malignancy potential in palpable thyroid nodules by imaging scintigraphically and Sample size calculation in biomedical practice is typically based on the problematic Wald method for a binomial proportion, with potentially dangerous consequences.

This work highlights the need of incorporating the concept of conditional probability in sample size determination to avoid reduced sample sizes that lead to inadequate confidence :// Recent studies report a sensitivity of 86% and specificity of 81% of pyelonephritis.

This is in contrast to the IVP with a sensitivity of only 24% and US with a sensitivity of only 42%. The scintigraphic appearance of parenchymal infection of the kidney is a spectrum of minimal to gross defects reflecting the degree of histologic involvement Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) rapid antigen detection tests (RADT) are extensively used in clinical laboratories.

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The pathophysiologic and molecular mechanisms on which radionuclide imaging of infection/inflammation is based are clearly explained, but the prime focus of the book is on the clinical relevance of such :// The overall estimate of mean specificity is lower: ( to ).

Heterogeneity is, however, clearly evident in figure 3 (left): although the study points lie reasonably close to the summary sensitivity (test for heterogeneity, P=), the results of many studies lie some distance from the summary specificity (test for heterogeneity, P Sensitivity, specificity (Sp) and predictive values (PV), and were calculated for each type of study (one image or two images) and for each radiologist (R1 or R2).

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Sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value and accuracy of DTPAm Tc scintigraphy for the diagnosis of ATN, AR and CN are displayed in Table The overall accuracy of scintigraphy for the most important and severe complications was high (87% for AR, 95% for ATN and % for CN) with good specificity (86% ?script=sci_arttext&pid=SIts sensitivity was dependent on the ages of the patients.

In patients younger than 1 year old, ICPs were elevated in 16 of the 59; 4 of 16 patients with elevated ICPs had papilledema (25% sensitivity), and none of those with ICPs of specificity). Cut-offs based on a PAL of reduced sensitivity to (EIWR) and (EIDH), but specificity remained unchanged.

The sensitivity of all cut-offs based on physical activity level (PALs) for