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Environmental Influences on Adolescent Educational Aspirations
Complications in robotic-assisted gynecologic surgery according to case type: a 6-year retrospective cohort study using Clavien-Dindo classification.
GMM logistic regression models for longitudinal data with time‐dependent covariates and extended classifications
This work develops an approach that makes use of all the valid moment conditions necessary with each time-dependent and time-independent covariate, and does not assume that feedback is always present over time, or if present occur at the same degree.
Introduction to Binary Logistic Regression
This chapter provides an overview of the issues to be addressed in the book, as well as the different types of binary correlated data, and introduces SAS, SPSS, and R as the statistical programs used to analyze the data.
An empirical investigation of the potential confounding variables in student evaluation of teaching
An extent of resection threshold for recurrent glioblastoma and its risk for neurological morbidity.
For recurrent glioblastomas, an improvement in overall survival can be attained beyond an 80% EOR, suggesting that for a subset of patients, the survival benefit of microsurgical resection does not diminish despite biological progression.
The impact of extent of resection on malignant transformation of pure oligodendrogliomas.
The capacity for microsurgical resection to modulate malignant progression is mediated through biological mechanisms specific to nonoligodendroglioma LGG histologies, and a greater EOR is associated with an improved survival profile for patients with WHO Grade II oligodendedrogliomas.
Modeling Binary Correlated Responses using SAS, SPSS and R
Innovative Statistical Methods for Public Health Data
The fifteen chapters range in focus from techniques for dealing with missing data with Bayesian estimation, health surveillance and population definition and implications in applied latent class analysis, to multiple comparison and meta-analysis in public health data.
An extent of resection threshold for seizure freedom in patients with low-grade gliomas.
For adult patients with LGG who suffer seizures, the results suggest that seizure freedom can be attained when EOR > 80% is achieved, and this putative EOR seizure-freedom threshold closely approximates that reported for the overall survival benefit in newly diagnosed hemispheric LGGs.