> Figure 6. Sensitivity analysis of the expected value of screening in the general population. Horizontal bars represent the expected value over range for each variable. The vertical line represents the expected value of screening under baseline conditions, which is the same as the expected value of not screening.
ACP American College of Physicians - Internal Medicine - Doctors for Adults

From "Should This Patient Be Screened for Cancer?" Effective Clinical Practice, March/April 1999. 2:86-95.

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Figure 6. Sensitivity analysis of the expected value of screening in the general population. Horizontal bars represent the expected value over range for each variable. The vertical line represents the expected value of screening under baseline conditions, which is the same as the expected value of not screening.

Figure 6. Sensitivity analysis of the expected value of screening in the general population. Horizontal bars represent the expected value over range for each variable. The vertical line represents the expected value of screening under baseline conditions, which is the same as the expected value of not screening.

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