prognosis


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a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop

a prediction of the course of a disease

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In the study, a better prognosis was maintained for married patients among all age subgroups, but for single patients, it was seen only in those older than 35 years.
Li et al.,in 2014 again, studied and followed a 100 cases of OD and were able to associate 1p/19q loss, as well as Sox-17 protein, to better prognosis.11 Sabha et al.,also investigated a cohort of 108 non-enhancing hemispheric grade II-III gliomas with results indicating that 1p/19q loss was predictive of overall survival but not progression free survival.12 Interestingly IDH mutation was shown to be indicative of both and merits further studies.
More than 1000 organizations in over 60 countries--including some of the world's largest banks, airlines and telecommunication companies rely on IR Prognosis to provide business critical insights and ensure continuity-critical systems deliver high availability and performance for millions of their customers across the globe.
Genetic mutations have been shown to be an independent predictor of prognosis for patients with primary melanomas.
Differences of AUCs for GCS, GCS-E, GCS-M, or SMS in predicting death or poor prognosis lacked statistical significance among the four time points within 72 h admitted to NCU, suggesting that evaluation was feasible within 72 h of admission.
"Cancers that are present but not detected by screening mammography may be more likely to be associated with a good prognosis and occur among older women, whereas cancers that develop between screening examinations may be more likely to be rapidly growing cancers associated with a poor prognosis and occur among younger women," the authors write.
The prognosis of tinnitus was considered as effective if the THI score was improved more than 10 and noneffective if the THI score was improved no more than 10.
Women with higher BMI had worse prognosis than women with lower BMI among interval cancers.
Azalea Health said bringing Azalea and Prognosis together can help providers create a single medical record that follows patients throughout their healthcare experience.
The therapies of breast cancer include surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, but few breast cancer patients survive after surgery, which is attributed to the occurrence of breast cancer metastasis or late clinical stage.1-3 Therefore, study on the molecular biological characteristics of breast cancer patients is of great significance to the determination of prognosis and the formulation of clinical chemotherapy regimens.
In a recent study, published in The Oncologist, just under 10% of patients diagnosed with terminal cancer did not know their prognosis and had no interest in finding out.
(7-11) A sincere effort has been made in this study to understand the relations of the serum albumin level and its effects on the prognosis of the disease and outcome of the surgery if the patient is undergoing any.
Despite the repeated findings, and the knowledge that IHD and depression are becoming the top disease burdens globally, effective intervention that reduces depression and improves depression-related poor prognosis in these patients is not yet known.
Furthermore, it is highly recommended to predict the remaining useful life (RUL) for the prognosis of ADAS' safety critical components; e.g.
Women with breast cancer that has metastasized (spread to other parts of the body) and who have higher-than-normal insulin levels have a significantly worse prognosis than women with normal insulin levels, according to a study presented in November 2015 at the Advanced Breast Cancer Third International Consensus Conference.