Definición de prognostic en inglés:

prognostic

Saltos de línea: prog|nos¦tic
Pronunciación: /prɒgˈnɒstɪk
 
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adjetivo

Relating to or serving to predict the likely course of a medical condition: the prognostic importance of the antibody
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Important negative prognostic factors in both conditions include patients older than 65 years, hypotension, and coma.
  • Ectopic beats during the test, however, had no prognostic importance.
  • Although many general practices have facilities for electrocardiography, the prognostic importance of common abnormalities is underappreciated.

sustantivo

archaic Volver al principio  
An advance indication of a future event; an omen: a pale moon and watery sun are known as prognostics of rain

Origen

late Middle English: from Latin prognosticus from Greek prognōstikos, from prognōsis (see prognosis).

Derivativos

prognostically

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Methods for large-scale molecular profiling of diseased tissues are well established with proven efficacy both diagnostically and prognostically.
  • However, until some of the concerns regarding bias and small sample sizes are addressed, the ability to use these scales prognostically in individual patients should be avoided.
  • While there are many articles suggesting that individual biological or genetic markers are prognostically significant, no large series with multivariate analysis proves such markers have independent prognostic relevance.

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