Example sentences for: age-specific

How can you use “age-specific” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Although age-specific reference ranges improved sensitivity in younger men and specificity in older men, they did not substantially change likelihood ratios for cancer.

  • For estimating the age-specific incidence of cancer among controls, we used data collected up to the time of the last screen, which was 16 years after the start of the study.

  • If this were the case, then one could envision that certain capsular types might in fact follow a different age-specific incidence.

  • In addition, men had higher age-specific total stroke incidence rates than did women, as illustrated in Figure 1.

  • To determine if the upper bound is reasonable, we estimated its value using data from screened subjects in randomized trials of colorectal cancer screening [ 12 13 ] , breast cancer screening [ 14 ] , and lung cancer screening [ 15 16 ] . We then compared this estimate to a modified PSE estimate using data from all subjects, so that estimates of age-specific cancer detection in the absence of screening and cancer mortality in the absence of screening are based on data from randomized controls and refusers.


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