Figure F22 is a forest plot diagram depicting sensitivity of mixed symptoms compared to clinical diagnosis (“gold standard”) for mixed urinary incontinence. The data came from 3 studies. The plot has two columns. The left-hand column lists the last name of the first author for each study and the year of the publication. The right-hand column is a plot of sensitivity as percentage with 95% CI of the subjects with symptoms of mixed urinary incontinence and with clinical diagnosis of mixed urinary incontinence. Pooled with random effects model mean sensitivity is presented by a square incorporating confidence intervals represented by horizontal lines. Figure demonstrates that in average, 65% (95%CI 36; 86 %) of women with symptoms of mixed urinary incontinence have clinical diagnosis of mixed UI.

Appendix Figure F22Sensitivity of mixed symptoms compared to clinical diagnosis (“gold standard”) for mixed UI71,76,81

From: Appendix F, Evidence Tables and Evidence Figures

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Nonsurgical Treatments for Urinary Incontinence in Adult Women: Diagnosis and Comparative Effectiveness [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 36.
Shamliyan T, Wyman J, Kane RL.

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