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a designated limit beyond which something cannot function or must be terminated

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a route shorter than the usual one

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a device that terminates the flow in a pipe

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15,16,17] In our study the ROC curve assessment revealed cut-off level of 36 mg/dL with sensitivity of 89% and specificity of 76%, all the nonsurvivors had blood lactate level > 36 mg/dL.
To find an optimal cut-off level that could discriminate survivors from nonsurvivors, another ROC curve was drawn (figure not shown).
His study for distinguishing benign and malignant pelvic masses pre-operatively at RMI cut-off level of 200 had a sensitivity of 85.
Lipase was considerably more sensitive than amylase above the cut-off level for ethanol-induced AP (91% v.
This cut-off level can be useful to predict the probability of embryo transfer, without predictive value for clinical pregnancy.
Also, a temporary cut-off level of 30% Fe is being used from 2013 up to the end of 2015.
The cut-off level accepted for the free-to-total PSA rate is 0.
It is clear that when the cut-off level of progesterone will be found higher, the detection of spontaneous abortion rate will increase.
A level of 1000mIU/L is a useful cut-off level for MRI screening.
Thirteen of the 15 studies used a troponin T or I level obtained within 72 hours of admission and a cut-off level of 0.
The ROC curve analysis is a graphic method which can be used to determine this optimal cut-off level.
It matters not one iota when personal allowances are pre-set to prevent those on the lowest income from paying income tax, for those immediately above that cut-off level are going to become instantly poorer.
By putting the cut-off level at 60,000 hectolitres - or about 1.