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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : DF / Diamond-Forrester

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Long Form:   Diamond-Forrester
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2020 Comparison of the CAD consortium and updated Diamond-Forrester scores for predicting obstructive coronary artery disease. CAD, CTA, ED
2019 Does stress echocardiography still have a role in the rapid access chest pain clinic post NICE CG95? CAD, CG95, CTCA, LV, MACE, PTP, RACPC
2019 Poor performance of historical prediction models in patients investigated for chest pain: a prospective single centre, head-to-head comparison in a large cohort of patients. AP, CAD, DCS
2018 New Algorithm for the Prediction of Cardiovascular Risk in Symptomatic Adults with Stable Chest Pain. CAD, DCS
2018 Prediction of obstructive coronary artery disease and prognosis in patients with suspected stable angina. CAD
2016 European Society of Cardiology-Recommended Coronary Artery Disease Consortium Pretest Probability Scores More Accurately Predict Obstructive Coronary Disease and Cardiovascular Events Than the Diamond and Forrester Score: The Partners Registry. CAD
2016 Utility of the Diamond-Forrester Classification in Stratifying Acute Chest Pain in an Academic Chest Pain Center. CAD, CTCA, DASI, ETT, SAQ
2015 Comparative efficacy testing - fractional flow reserve by coronary computed tomography for the evaluation of patients with stable chest pain. CAD, FFRCT, PTL, RACPC
2014 Incremental value of diagonal earlobe crease to the Diamond-Forrester classification in estimating the probability of significant coronary artery disease determined by computed tomographic angiography. CTA, DELC
10  2013 A comparison of Diamond Forrester and coronary calcium scores as gatekeepers for investigations of stable chest pain. CAD, CAPP, CS
11  1999 Comparison of the Diamond-Forrester method and a new score to estimate the pretest probability of coronary disease before exercise testing. CAD, NS