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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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If blood glucose measurement is prognostically useful, it may be of broad potential utility because it is a rapid, readily available, and inexpensive test that can be used in the acute setting to allow rapid risk stratification for a wide range of potential outcomes," according to Dr.
This grading system reflects tumor biology irrespective of location or stage at presentation, and it is prognostically valuable.
Prenatal recognition of this tumor is prognostically useful because unlike other neoplasms placental teratoma is benign and almost never associated with congenital deformities in the fetus6.
Both tumors are prognostically more favorable than the other variants.
Firstly, of unselected patients aged [greater than or equal to] 45 years undergoing non-cardiac surgery, over 11% are expected to have a prognostically important postoperative troponin leak.
Occult axillary node metastases in breast cancer are prognostically significant: Results in 368 node-negative patients with 20- year follow-up.
The age range of onset of psychotic symp-toms--typically, late adolescence into early 20s--is critical, prognostically.
Although gross classification and histologic grade of tumors have been used prognostically in women with ovarian tumors, there is currently no single system that is universally used to classify reproductive tumors in the hen.
Avadhani et al (30) have proposed that both T1 weighted image low intensity signal (T1 WI LI) and T2 WI HI can be prognostically useful in determining those likely to obtain a poor surgical outcome.
Conventional breast cancer screening using mammography picks up cancers that may be prognostically irrelevant, which add to potential overdiagnosis of breast cancer, she noted.
He cites as an example work that is being done at the University of Cincinnati to automate prognostics for machine and system failure: "We have a new line that's called the Watchdog Agent Prognostics Toolkit that's designed to automate the expertise and produce prognostically that tell you something's going wrong automatically.
The minute ventilation/carbon dioxide production slope is prognostically superior to the oxygen uptake efficiency slope.
The MYJ scheme determines eddy diffusion coefficients from prognostically calculated turbulent kinetic energy (TKE).
Clinical application of array-based comparative genomic hybridization for the identification of prognostically important genetic alterations in chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Robinson L, Martinez MG, Unicystic ameloblastoma: A prognostically distinct entity.