A Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Tool for Low-Income Adults in Mexico
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 14 — October 12, 2017
Area under the receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve and points along the ROC curve corresponding to optimized cut points given a cost ratio (classification costs of false negatives divided by classification costs of false positives) equal to 4 and various scenarios of diabetic retinopathy prevalence: a) 31.7%, the observed prevalence in the study population; b) and c) prevalence of 35.0% and 40.0%; and d) prevalence of 45.0%.
|Value||Point a||Point b and c||Point d|
|1 − Specificity||0.381||0.541||0.683|
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