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CT screening for lung cancer brings forward early disease. The randomised Danish Lung Cancer Screening Trial: status after five annual screening rounds with low-dose CT
Background The effects of low-dose CT screening on disease stage shift, mortality and overdiagnosis are unclear. Lung cancer findings and mortality rates are reported at the end of screening in theExpand
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Results of the Randomized Danish Lung Cancer Screening Trial with Focus on High-Risk Profiling.
RATIONALE As of April 2015, participants in the Danish Lung Cancer Screening Trial had been followed for at least 5 years since their last screening. OBJECTIVES Mortality, causes of death, and lungExpand
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Long-Term Psychosocial Consequences of False-Positive Screening Mammography
PURPOSE Cancer screening programs have the potential of intended beneficial effects, but they also inevitably have unintended harmful effects. In the case of screening mammography, the most frequentExpand
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Rasch analysis of the Knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (KOOS): a statistical re‐evaluation
The knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score (KOOS), based on the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC), is widely used to evaluate subjective outcome in anteriorExpand
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Breast screening: the facts—or maybe not
Peter Gøtzsche and colleagues argue that women are still not given enough, nor correct, information about the harms of screening
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Screening for lung cancer with low-dose computed tomography.
TO THE EDITOR: In their review, Humphrey and colleagues (1) stated that follow-up was insufficient and unequal to evaluate the degree of overdiagnosis in 3 European randomized, controlled trials andExpand
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The Adequacy of Measurement of Short and Long-Term Consequences of False-Positive Screening Mammography
Objectives: The aim of this study is to review quantitative studies on women's experiences of consequences of false-positive screening mammography to assess the adequacy of the most frequently usedExpand
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Methodological aspects of differential item functioning in the Rasch model
Summary Items do not always function equally in different groups (e.g. across genders, languages and cultures). Consequently, where patient-reported outcomes are used and different groups areExpand
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Validation of a condition-specific measure for women having an abnormal screening mammography.
OBJECTIVES The aim of this study is to assess the validity of a new condition-specific instrument measuring psychosocial consequences of abnormal screening mammography (PCQ-DK33). METHODS The draftExpand
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