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Diagnostic error is A very sensitive test will detect most associated with greater morbidity than other disease but may generate abnormal findings in types of medical error, and the majority of healthy people.

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A negative result will therefore diagnostic errors are considered to be reliably exclude the disease, but a positive test preventable. On the other hand, a very specific test may miss 1.

Answer: B. Answer: A.

Sensitivity and probability of disease the greater the value, the specificity are characteristics of the test; the greater the probability. An LR less than 1 population does not change this. However, as decreases the probability of disease.

LRs are doctors, we are interested in the question, developed against a diagnostic standard in the 'What is the probability that a person with a case of meningitis, lumbar puncture results so positive test actually has the disease?

LRs illustrate positive predictive value is the proportion of how a probability changes - but do not patients with a test result who have the disease determine the pnor probabl1ity of disease.

If the and is calculated from a table of results in a starting probability is high to begin with, an LR specific population. The text is extensively illustrated, with over diagrams, clinical photographs, and radiology and pathology images. The global perspective is enhanced by an International Advisory Board of experts from 17 countries, and by authors from around the world.

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Don't miss any New Books Sign me up for the newsletter! Davidsons Principles and Practice of Medicine 23rd ed.Its already provided above… If you still face any problem than contact us on our Facebook page…. LRs illustrate positive predictive value is the proportion of how a probability changes - but do not patients with a test result who have the disease determine the pnor probabl1ity of disease.

Answer: D.

The global perspective is enhanced by an International Advisory Board of experts from 17 countries, and by authors from around the world. If the and is calculated from a table of results in a starting probability is high to begin with, an LR specific population.