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- In terms of misclassifications, false positives were more prevalent than false negatives.
- First, he says, the test can give false negative or positive readings, requiring additional tests for verification.
- False negatives could have bigger consequences than false positives.
- These cutoffs were intentionally set "low" to prevent false negatives during the screening phase.
- There is, however, an irreducible number of false negative results in any screening programme; the reasons for this are complex.
- But the technology is expensive and subject to false negatives, Lowe says.
- False negatives create a sense of security that is certainly sometimes unwarranted.
- According to the National Cancer Institute, in women ages 40-49 there is a high rate of missed tumors, resulting in 40% false negative test results.
- In the case of a number of patients who were given false negative results on cervical screening in east Kent in England, the courts awarded the patients compensation.
- It takes time for antibodies to develop, so having the test too early can lead to false negative results.
- The false negative rate is 4.6 per cent.
- Unfortunately, it has a 40% false positive rate ... though it has a very low false negative rate.
- DNA evidence is so accurate that I think that having false negatives is a rarity.
- There are some who say that because of false positives and false negatives early detection is not worth it.
- To account for the possiblity of false negatives, a test should be done more than 3 months after exposure.
- A needle biopsy can produce a false negative if enough cells are not sampled.
- Some parents who receive false negative results experience anger, and some have planned to take legal action.
- From my own site's statistics, that figure is a refreshing 99.22%, with 0.26% false positives and 0.52% false negatives.
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