Among the findings in 46 patients who experienced nadir (when blood cell counts are at their lowest): * the median time for blood cell counts to return to normal was 13 days; * one year after transplant, the incidence of chronic graft-versus-host disease, a common transplant complication, was 37%; * the incidence of survival without disease progression one year after transplant was 42%; * the incidence of overall survival one year after transplant was 55%; * the cumulative incidence of relapse was 34%; * at day 100, a critical time for stem cell transplants, the incidence of non-relapse mortality was only 3.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Cumulative Incidence (epidemiology)
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EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF RHEUMATOLOGY BERLIN--The cumulative incidence of spondyloarthropathy in the first decade after diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease is about 1 in 50, climbing to 1 in 25 at 20 years and 1 in 14 at 30 years, according to the first population-based study to scrutinize the issue.
Estimated cumulative incidence was based on time to first infection after transplant and accounted for the competing risks for death, relapse of underlying disease, and retransplant.
The cumulative incidence of HIV infection by 42 months was 5.
After the control group's screening, to the researchers' surprise, "the cumulative incidence of invasive breast cancer remained 22% higher in the screened group (6-year cumulative incidence: 1909 vs.
The cumulative incidence of recurrence at 5 years was 9.
The 5-year cumulative incidence of local recurrence was 5.
As expected the cumulative incidence of invasive breast cancer was significantly higher in the screened group than in the controls.