prognostic


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Synonyms for prognostic

of or relating to prediction

a phenomenon that serves as a sign or warning of some future good or evil

Synonyms for prognostic

of or relating to prediction

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In summary, new information about the complex molecular alterations involved in the development and progression of urologic malignancies is yielding novel diagnostic and prognostic molecular tools and opening the doors for experimental targeted therapies for these prevalent, frequently lethal, solid tumors.
It provides immediate value by giving insights into real-world vehicle usage by Soldiers and the effect this usage can have on the prognostic algorithms that are being developed based on vehicle usage in a test environment.
Sites of primary and synchronous metastatic disease may be important characteristics; however, they are not often tested in multivariate analyses for prognostic factors.
This escalating base of cancer cases would need next generation prognostic technologies as well as targeted therapeutics for effective diagnosis and treatment of the disease, which would alternatively increase the demand for modern age CTCs prognostic technologies.
Werner Rothenbaecher, senior vice president Technical at Etihad Airways, said: "This represents a leap forward in maintenance prognostics technology and we look forward to realizing the benefits of this deal with Taleris.
The SAPS procedure ensures that a significant prognostic gene set is not only associated with patient survival but also performs significantly better than random gene sets," stated Beck.
This significantly limits the use of type as a prognostic factor.
Use of these cytogenetic abnormalities further enhanced the prognostic power of clinical staging.
For example, when a diagnostic or prognostic biomarker with a negative and positive likelihood ratio of two is applied to a cohort of patients who have a very high pre-test probability of an outcome or adverse event (e.
The authors of this study intended to develop a novel prognostic indicator for use in patients with advanced cancer that is significantly better than clinicians' estimates of survival, using a prospective multicentre observational cohort study.
The MGMT test has shown to be the only prognostic factor for overall survival in newly diagnosed glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) patients over the age of 70, the company added.
The understanding of prognostic factors and their clinical significance in cutaneous melanomas is continuously evolving.
The corresponding genes in humans also appear to influence the spread of prostate cancer and could become prognostic markers for identifying potentially lethal tumors in patients, according to the researchers.