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November 5, 1997

Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests

Author Affiliations

University of Southern California Los Angeles

JAMA. 1997;278(17):1459-1460. doi:10.1001/jama.1997.03550170093046

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Abstract

For readers familiar with previous editions of Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests, this newest one will provide the same kind of comprehensive and comprehensible guide. For those who are not, it is time to become a reader, as this text is one of the best in the field. The amount of data presented is awesome. The size has expanded, even larger than the last volume, so it certainly is not a text to be carried around but fits easily into any bookshelf.

Of the nearly 1100 pages, almost 150 are index, and for this type of reference work, a complete index is important. For the most part, the index fills this requirement with only a few referrals per entry. Nothing is more frustrating than to seek a topic, only to be referred to some other index entry and have to go there for a page designation. On occasion this happens; for

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