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log odds of positive LNs
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General Surgery
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OS (10 times)
LNR (9 times)
LN (6 times)
2014 Log odds of positive lymph nodes (LODDS): what are their role in the prognostic assessment of gastric adenocarcinoma?
log odds
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LNR (3 times)
LN (2 times)
SEER (2 times)
2014 Lymph node status after resection for gallbladder adenocarcinoma: prognostic implications of different nodal staging/scoring systems.
log odds of metastatic LN
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LNR (5 times)
LN (4 times)
AJCC (2 times)
2015 Surgical Management of Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma: Defining an Optimal Prognostic Lymph Node Stratification Schema.
log odds of MLNs
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AUC (3 times)
LN (3 times)
LNR (3 times)
2017 What is the most accurate lymph node staging method for perihilar cholangiocarcinoma? Comparison of UICC/AJCC pN stage, number of metastatic lymph nodes, lymph node ratio, and log odds of metastatic lymph nodes.
log odds ratios
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(1 time)
OS (2 times)
CI (1 time)
DFS (1 time)
2016 The Log Odds of Positive Lymph Nodes Stratifies and Predicts Survival of High-Risk Individuals Among Stage III Rectal Cancer Patients.
logarithmic odds
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General Surgery
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OS (2 times)
AJCC (1 time)
LN (1 time)
2013 A comparison of five competing lymph node staging schemes in a cohort of resectable gastric cancer patients.
log odds of the ratio between positive and negative nodes
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LNR (1 time)
2016 Prognostic Role of Log Odds of Lymph Nodes After Resection of Pancreatic Head Cancer.
logarithm of the ratio between metastatic and nonmetastatic nodes
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--- 2018 The lymph node status as a prognostic factor in colon cancer: comparative population study of classifications using the logarithm of the ratio between metastatic and nonmetastatic nodes (LODDS) versus the pN-TNM classification and ganglion ratio systems.