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Fig. 2. From: Nomogram using transrectal ultrasound-derived information predicting the detection of high grade prostate cancer on initial biopsy.

Calibration of the nomogram-2 prediction model when predicting (A) any and (B) high grade cancer. Perfect predictions correspond to the line with a slope of 1 (if the predictive model were perfect, triangles would lie on the 45° dotted line).

In Gab Jeong, et al. Prostate Int. 2013;1(2):69-75.
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Fig. 1. From: Nomogram using transrectal ultrasound-derived information predicting the detection of high grade prostate cancer on initial biopsy.

Logistic-based nomogram-2 prediction model for predicting (A) any and (B) high grade prostate cancer on initial biopsy. To obtain the predicted probability of cancer, locate the patient position for each variable on the horizontal axis and determine the assigned point value. The probability value for having cancer corresponds to the summed all points scale for all variables. PSA, prostate-specific antigen; DRE, digital rectal examination; TRUS, transrectal ultrasound.

In Gab Jeong, et al. Prostate Int. 2013;1(2):69-75.

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