A new study has validated easy-to-use nomograms that clinicians can use to provide adults with a personalized assessment of risk for verbal memory decline after temporal lobe resection.
A study of a nomogram to predict seizure recurrence after epilepsy surgery will be expanded to help define risk for seizures, stroke and delirium among COVID-19-positive individuals.
A Cleveland Clinic-developed prediction model has been validated for use to help physicians identify which patients with COVID-19 are at greatest risk to require hospital admission.
Accurate prediction of a positive COVID-19 test using a statistical model is possible and could help better direct healthcare resources. So concludes a new Cleveland Clinic study of nearly 12,000 tested individuals.
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By incorporating prostate-specific antigen kinetics into a widely used prostate cancer nomogram, Cleveland Clinic researchers are getting a more precise look at potential outcomes after salvage radiotherapy.
A group of Ob-Gyns recently analyzed clinical prognostic factors for survival after recurrence of high-grade, advanced-stage ovarian cancer.
A Cleveland Clinic-led team will use the award to create a comprehensive risk calculator for individualized prediction of epilepsy surgery outcomes. Project leader Lara Jehi, MD, explains the value proposition.