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The positive predictive value was relatively low, at 46%, but the negative predictive value of the combination was fairly good, at 88%, Dr.
5%, a positive predictive value of 52%, and a sensitivity of 80.
As a result, the test's positive predictive value for rheumatoid arthritis is a mere 24%, although its negative predictive value is much better at 89%.
Any anal cytology abnormality had sensitivity 84%, specificity 39%, negative predictive value 88% and positive predictive value 31%.
The positive predictive value (PPV) was 68 percent and the negative predictive value was 81 percent.
They found that response of the tumour to treatment with PET-CT had a sensitivity (rate of true positives) of 83 percent, specificity (rate of true negatives) of 54 percent, positive predictive value (probability that patients who test positive have the disease) of 31 percent and negative predictive value (probability that patients who test negative do not have the disease) of 92 percent.
93, sensitivity of 85%, specificity of 90%, positive predictive value of 91%, and negative predictive value of 83% for detecting or ruling out obstructive disease.
Laboratory professionals were specifically trained about the sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, and negative predictive value of test methods in relation to sample type, time between symptom onset and specimen collection, and disease prevalence.