* Lymph node number and progesterone receptor status shows that as the lymph node number increases the progesterone receptor becomes negative and the analysis is done using Fisher exact test
. The p value is 0.044, which makes this comparison significant.
However, a greater ratio of patients in the OncoDx cohort had breast-conserving therapy with lumpectomy than in the pre-OncoDx cohort (Fisher exact test
It was observed that six or more loops in the finger print pattern were statistically significant among the controls as compared to breast cancer patients (Fisher's exact test
: [chi square] = 3.934, p = 0.038; p < 0.05) (Table 2).
Presence of non-infective muscular manifestations were more common in malnourished children (p=0.044-Fisher's exact test
), but there were no significant differences in infective (p=0.706-Fisher's exact test
) or non-infective articular (p=0.817-Fisher's exact test
) manifestations with respect to nutritional status (Table 2).
The Fisher's Exact test
revealed a statistically significant difference of definition by profession (p < .001, Fisher's Exact test
), by level of education (p < .001, Fisher's Exact test
), and by years of experience (p < .001, Fisher's Exact test
Results of [chi square]-test (p=0.019) and Fisher exact test
(p=0.025) revealed the prevalence of metastases to be statistically significantly higher in male patients (Table 2).
TFTs after 6 months (p-value of 0.04, calculated by Fischer Exact Test
Comparing the prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes in patients with lichen planus differentiated by gender, the Fisher's exact test
showed no significance (P=0.175), although the prevalence of carbohydrate metabolism disorders were more common in women.
The early mortality rate was 0.5% in the TVP group and 8.7% in the TVR group (Fisher's exact test
, P = 0.028).
Genotypic frequencies observed in each population at all loci analyzed were tested to conform to Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium using an exact test
(Rousset & Raymond, 1995).
Rates of positive viral RNA detected from oropharyngeal, cloacal, or visceral cavity samples of chicken carcasses sold at the retail markets were 20% higher than were those collected from the dressed poultry stalls (all p<0.1 by Fisher exact test
) and >50% higher than those collected from the supermarkets (all p<0.002 by Fisher exact test
) (Table 1).