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a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds)

agreement of opinions

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an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts

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Outcomes tracked induded concordance between the office visits and mock e-visits for the diagnosis, whether antibiotics were prescribed, and the general choice of antibiotics.
When dealing with categories with low concordance, such as alopecia and nodules and tumors, teledermatology practitioners may need to be cautious about attempting definitive diagnoses in some cases, and may need to refer patients for in-person consultation," Dr.
To assess concordance among data sources, teams compared aggregate totals of administered third doses of diphtheria and tetanus toxoid and pertussis (DTP3) vaccine and oral poliovirus (OPV3) vaccine among different facility data collection tools (tally sheets, monthly reports, and child registers).
Schiff's concordance model may be a better tool, not only to explain Turkish civil-military relations, but also to fill the gap in the literature.
4) negative concordance rates Minimum overall concordance rate 818 462 (56.
One patient had an inconclusive biopsy report and hence he was excluded from further analysis of concordance.
Concordance said the aim of the deal, which was announced in February, is to expand West Coast presence.
Table-I: Concordance rates of the observers on technique and quality of the films.
Keywords: mild cognitive impairment, dyadic appraisal, concordance, family care partner, dementia knowledge
When students want to know more about a word in a gap, they can see a concordance of that word used elsewhere.
At the AACR meeting, Transgenomic is distributing an educational study report, Multiplexed ICE COLD-PCR Provides High Concordance in Clinical Testing, which describes the results of a concordance study assessing the ability of its Multiplexed ICE COLD-PCR (MX-ICP) technology to detect a key tumor mutation in matched plasma samples compared to detection in the same patients using tissue samples and plasma samples analyzed using conventional PCR methods.
A concordance for specialist scholarly use, this is the first published index to the text of the non-biblical, non-Qumran Judean desert documents in one publication.
Individual-level CIDI-SCID diagnostic concordance was evaluated using the area under the receiver operator characteristic curve and Cohen's K.
There were a total of 518 twin cases (123 monozygotic twins with a concordance of 77.
This three-volume set provides a concordance to the massive oeuvre that Heidegger scholars will embrace with enthusiasm--a comprehensive endeavor spanning his writings from 1912 to 1976.