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ChiroBoards2: Research

Case series Written report on details of a series of related cases
Case study written report on the details of a single case
A study that reviews events that have already occured prospective study
A prospective longitudinal study in which a patient are divided into two or more groups on a randomised basis Randomized Control
Proportion of times a diagnostic procedure is correct in a patient without a specific diagnosis Specificity
Provides an indication of the true state of a phenomena being measured Validity
consistency of a measurement when repeated Reliabiity
proportion of times a diagnostic study is correct in patients without a specific diagnosis sensitivity
proportion of a clearly defined group, initially free of a condition, that develops it over a period of time incidence
proportion of a population having a particular condition prevalence
Created by: bglasman