Analysis of matched case-control studies.

Abstract

There are two common misconceptions about case-control studies: that matching in itself eliminates (controls) confounding by the matching factors, and that if matching has been performed, then a “matched analysis” is required. However, matching in a case-control study does not control for confounding by the matching factors; in fact it can introduce… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.i969

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