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  • Cross-trimester repeated measures testing for Down's syndrome screening: an assessment. 

    Wright, D; Bradbury, I; Malone, F; D'Alton, M; Summers, A; Huang, T; Ball, S; Baker, A; Nix, B; Aitken, D; Crossley, J; Cuckle, H; Spencer, K (England, 2010-07)
    OBJECTIVES: To provide estimates and confidence intervals for the performance (detection and false-positive rates) of screening for Down's syndrome using repeated measures of biochemical markers from first and second ...
  • Rejecting probability summation for radial frequency patterns, not so Quick! 

    Baldwin, AS; Schmidtmann, G; Kingdom, FAA; Hess, RF (England, 2016-05)
    Radial frequency (RF) patterns are used to assess how the visual system processes shape. They are thought to be detected globally. This is supported by studies that have found summation for RF patterns to be greater than ...
  • The size of the treatment effect: do patients and proxies agree? 

    van der Linden, FAH; Kragt, JJ; Hobart, JC; Klein, M; Thompson, AJ; van der Ploeg, HM; Polman, CH; Uitdehaag, BMJ (England, 2009-03-25)
    BACKGROUND: This study examined whether MS patients and proxy respondents agreed on change in disease impact, which was induced by treatment. This may be of interest in situations when patients suffer from limitations ...

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