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OVERALL HPV PREVALENCE
DIFFERENT SEROLOGY KITS
ENTIRE STUDY POPULATION
REPORT
RELATIONSHIP
HCV
PORTAL HYPERTENSION
ASSOCIATED
RISK FACTORS
BASELINE
HIGH CHOLESTEROL
ADULT PATIENTS
NINE PATIENTS
OBESE PATIENTS
STUDY MEDICATION
DIABETES
STUDY SAMPLE
INDEPENDENT RISK FACTOR
CHILDREN
SEVERE DISEASE
FOBT
RISK
INFECTED
INTRODUCING
UNTREATED PATIENTS
PATIENTS SUSPECTED
PREVALENCE
PATIENTS
STUDIES
STUDY
STUDY POPULATION
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Definitions

  1. The study population is comprised of individuals that are disease positive.
  2. The study population were officers and ratings of the NN. In the Nigerian Navy terminology, personnel below commissioned officers are referred to as ratings.

Overall Hpv Prevalence

  1. Overall HPV prevalence in the study population was 65.2%. (Web site)

Different Serology Kits

  1. It is very likely that the AURCs for different serology kits are correlated when they are used with the same study population. (Web site)

Entire Study Population

  1. The subset of patients who achieved a CBR had a longer median overall survival than the entire study population [ 77].

Report

  1. These 28 patients were the study population of this report. (Web site)

Relationship

  1. Relationship between plasma homocysteine, vitamin status and extracranial carotid-artery stenosis in the Framingham Study population. (Web site)

Hcv

  1. Acute infection with HBV was detected in 0.3% and with HCV in 1.2% of the study population. (Web site)

Portal Hypertension

  1. The study population included 80 patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension referred to our department from October 1984 to March 1991. (Web site)

Associated

  1. A total of 261 reported having one or more of the medical conditions associated with neuropathy leaving 584 in the primary study population. (Web site)

Risk Factors

  1. These findings are in contrast to the risk factors for HPV DNA detection identified in women with normal cytology from the same study population.

Baseline

  1. The overall prevalence of H pylori associated corpus glandular atrophy in our study population was 26% at baseline.

High Cholesterol

  1. However, they did not find a relationship between aspirin resistance and hypertension or high cholesterol in their study population. (Web site)

Adult Patients

  1. Study population: Adult patients with medically refractory primary cervical dystonia will make-up the study population. (Web site)

Nine Patients

  1. Indeed, nine patients in each group (23% of the study population) had previously undergone unsuccessful parathyroidectomy. (Web site)

Obese Patients

  1. Obese patients comprised 25% of the study population. (Web site)

Study Medication

  1. Six did not receive study medication, resulting in a study population of 548 patients.

Diabetes

  1. History of diabetes was found in 10.2% of the study population.

Study Sample

  1. The study sample was representative of the study population since it comprised diabetic patients treated for pedal infection. (Web site)

Independent Risk Factor

  1. Previous analyses in this study population have shown that fasting tHcy is an independent risk factor for coronary atherosclerosis. (Web site)

Children

  1. The effect strengthened when we restricted our study population to children who had lived in the same home since birth.
  2. The study population included 88 white children and adolescents (42 girls, 46 boys) with type 1 diabetes. (Web site)

Severe Disease

  1. However, 18.8% of the study population progressed to severe disease. (Web site)

Fobt

  1. Thirteen per cent of the study population found the FOBT either very unacceptable or unacceptable. (Web site)

Risk

  1. In the whole study population, every 10-cm increase in height was associated with a 16% increase in risk of amputation.

Infected

  1. In the study population, having a Helicobacter pylori-positive spouse was associated with a significant increased risk of being infected. (Web site)

Introducing

  1. By introducing a random effect for study population we could model dependency between kits within the same study population (24). (Web site)

Untreated Patients

  1. Study Population: Adult, untreated patients with PP-MS with disability ranging from none to moderately severe will be included in the trial.

Patients Suspected

  1. First, the test must have been evaluated with the indicated study population, i.e., the population of patients suspected of having the disease in question. (Web site)

Prevalence

  1. Using PCR, we found that 46% of the study population was infected with HPV; the ViraPap test showed a prevalence of 11% infected. (Web site)
  2. Although the prevalence of anti-Lassa IgG antibodies seemed high in the study population, no conclusion can be about level of exposure to Lassa virus.

Patients

  1. The study population consisted of patients with a 6 month or longer history of constipation symptoms (median 12 years).
  2. The study population will include all patients who tested positive for H.pylori both by serology and stool antigen tests. (Web site)
  3. These patients tended to have a more favorable outcome and longer survival compared to the overall study population. (Web site)

Studies

  1. The age of our study population was lower than the age of patients in most of previous studies (6, 7, 10, 15-18). (Web site)
  2. Studies were excluded if they achieved a score of less than three or if the enrolled study population was ten patients or less [ 23 ].
  3. Our study population had lower prevalence of coronary heart disease, diabetes, and arterial hypertension compared with similar previous studies. (Web site)

Study

  1. In our study, 46% of the study population lived in urban or peri-urban areas, and this modifies exposure to rodents. (Web site)

Study Population

  1. This study is in a different group of patients (young, healthy) than the study population of the here proposed study i.e.
  2. In determining treatment for high-risk patients with vascular disease or diabetes, it is important to keep the study population in mind.
  3. The study population consisted of patients who presented to the emergency department with chest pain of possible cardiac cause.

Categories

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