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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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005, respectively) remained prognostically relevant, the CTC status (EPISPOT and CellSearch method) emerged as the second best independent predictor of OS (P = 0.
According to several studies, (28-31) tumor restricted to the peribronchial or perivascular soft tissue at the margin, or the presence of lymphatic permeation alone at the margin, is also prognostically important.
This is of major clinical importance, since it strongly suggests that NPM1 mutations may allow dissection of the heterogeneous group of AML into prognostically different subgroups.
However, given that these approaches identify prognostically meaningful groups, some have suggested that a global molecular analysis at both the RNA and protein levels would lead to more accurate prognostic classification [38].
Because hallucinations progress, the concept of benign hallucinations is prognostically misleading," Dr.
The presence of the ON on prereduction radiograph appears prognostically favorable regarding the absence of AVN on postreduction radiographs.
In the [HF-ACTION] study, Galectin-3 appeared to be prognostically meaningful when it was placed in an unadjusted model, but the moment either NT-proBNP or renal function was entered into the model, Galectin-3 fell out.
As such, our data are consistent with recent investigations (7-9) but also present new evidence, as they demonstrate that both single GDF-15 results and changes in GDF-15 concentrations over time are prognostically important.
While most previous studies on this topic used 10% increments, using 5% increments allows for greater flexibility in choosing a predominant subtype when tumors have 2 patterns of relatively similar percentages; it also avoids the need to use 10% for small amounts of components that potentially may be prognostically important, such as micropapillary or solid patterns.
Kaufmann H, Kromer E, Nosslinger T, Weltermann A, Ackermann J, Reisner R, Bernhart M, Drach J: Both chromosome 13 abnormalities by metaphase cytogenetics and deletion of 13q by interphase FISH only are prognostically relevant in multiple myeloma.
Factors that were not prognostically significant included location, stage and grade of primary tumor, lymph node status, lymph vascular invasion, type of primary surgery, and size of recurrence.
Moreover, prognostically less favorable grade 3 tumors were present in only 19% of HT users, compared with 38% of nonusers, added Dr.
In spite of the fact that 24 of the 105 patients entered were in prognostically poor groups, the median survival of the patients who entered the trial without symptoms from the cancer was 18.
Neural blockade should be used prognostically to ascertain the possible efficacy of neuroablation.