The Evidence Base of Clinical Diagnosis: Theory and Methods of Diagnostic Research
J. André Knottnerus, Frank Buntinx
Wiley, Nov 3, 2008 - Medical - 316 pages
This unique book presents a framework for the strategy andmethodology of diagnostic research, in relation to its relevancefor practice. Now in its second edition The Evidence Base ofClinical Diagnosis has been fully revised and extended with newchapters covering the STARD guidelines (STAndards for the Reportingof Diagnostic accuracy studies) and the multivariable analysis ofdiagnostic data.
With contributions from leading international experts inevidence-based medicine, this book is an indispensable guide on howto conduct and interpret studies in clinical diagnosis. It willserve as a valuable resource for all investigators who want toembark on diagnostic research and for clinicians, practitioners andstudents who want to learn more about its principles and therelevant methodological options available.
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