Cross-sectional analysis

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Cross-sectional analysis

Assessment of relationships among a cross-section of firms, countries, or some other variable at one particular time.
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Data Source: These findings come from a cross-sectional study of 603 adults with RA.
Data Source: A cross-sectional study to identify cases of maternal cardiac arrest among admissions for delivery in the 1994-2006 Nationwide Inpatient Sample of the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, which found 610 women arrested among 7.
Data Source: Cross-sectional study of f 1,155 participants in the EVA study
In the context of our cross-sectional study, confirming the direction of the relationship is not possible: although couples who discuss condoms may be more likely to use them, those who consistently use condoms may also be more likely to discuss them.
Whole grain intake and metabolic risk markers were assessed in a cross-sectional study of 2941 subjects.
Over a mean treatment period of more than six years, patients in this cross-sectional study who were continuously treated with COPAXONE([R]) experienced only a minimal increase in their EDSS score, indicating that the long-term efficacy of the drug was not compromised by treatment-related antibodies.
The cross-sectional study also examined insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease risk in 468 women and 354 men.
In a cross-sectional study, serum dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DS) concentrations were measured in 981 men and 481 women, aged 11-89, yr.
His cross-sectional study found that 47 of 150 acanthosis nigricans patients (31%) were insulin resistant; acanthosis nigricans grades of 3 or 4 were more predictive of the condition.
535) studied the association of exposure to polychlorinanted biphenyls (PCBs) and dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (p, p'-DDE) with sperm sex-chromosome disomy in a cross-sectional study of 192 men from subfertile couples.
Short sleep duration is common among redeployed soldiers - particularly those who experience combat - and is associated with numerous impairments, including posttraumatic stress, findings from a cross-sectional study of more than 2,700 members of a brigade combat team show.