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Sensitivity and specificity are not appropriate for diagnostic reasoning

08:27 EDT 6 Sep 2017 | British Medical Journal

Hofmann and Welch discuss the dangers of diagnostic tests.1 The problem is that tests are currently assessed using only sensitivity and specificity, which were developed during the second world war...

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