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Statistics made easy
on Sunday 10th May 2015
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Mr Jamie Dunn
ST6 Urology - Derriford Hospital
Posted over 4 years ago
Actually...the sensitivity = TP / All diseased is rather easier to remember than the TP / (TP + FN) which is what I have always remembered...a little tweak but a nice one. Thanks
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