prognostication


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

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Imran Iftikhar said, "I found it wasn't really helping me in terms of prognostication or COPD management."
Bauer and Wedin developed a prognostication model for survival after surgery for spinal and extremity metastases, identifying five positive prognostic variables of approximate equal weighting: absence of visceral metastases, absence of pathologic fracture, not primary lung cancer, solitary skeletal metastases, and primary tumour of breast, kidney, lymphoma, or myeloma [10].
The humor here -- the notion of a Bureau of Ice Prognostication, paperwork proving the existence of something because it is cheaper than actual exploration -- is biting in its sharp rendering of the excesses of our own governing bodies.
| SIR - I am not one given to prognostication but, because of the proposed changes that NHS Wales is considering vis a vis making Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend and Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr regional centres at the expense of The Royal Glamorgan in Llantrisant, I feel that I can confidently predict that I will shuffle off this mortal coil somewhere on the Rhigos or Bwlch mountain roads probably in a snowstorm.
Possibly the most important prognostication by the duo is their probability of a land-falling hurricane.
That August/September prognostication puts him in line with a growing squad of Apple-watchers calling for a July/August/September release, including Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, Jeremy Horwitz of iLounge, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster and Peter Misek of Jeffries, the Huff Post reports.
Groundhog Day takes place each year on February 2, and this year marked Punxsutawney Phil's 127th prognostication.
"That prognostication came to fruition this month when the delinquency rate fell sharply."
The three-day programme will include design talks, movie screenings, networking events and other activities under the themes 'Prognostication' day, 'Preservation' day, and 'Illumination' day.
Test your prognostication skills, pick your own team of playoff-bound players and feverishly follow their performance.
Chemotherapy was recommended for 30 patients according to St Gallen for an average absolute reduction of recurrence of 7.8% and mortality of 3.9%; MP prognostication led to a recommendation for chemotherapy for 23 patients for an absolute 12.3% reduction in recurrence and 6.9% for mortality.
In this clinical reference, the editors (both of the Mayo Clinic) present 15 chapters reviewing the literature and presenting new developments in the diagnosis, management, classification, prognostication, and treatment of Amyloidosis disorders.
Such a strong benchmark is not always visible in other areas of scientific prognostication.
A comprehensive noninvasive bio-signature, comprising immunomic biomarkers and integrated noninvasive imaging, may serve as a potential tool in the early diagnosis and prognostication of CV risk.
There are also the "I told you so" comments, even though nobody can remember the original prognostication.