This figure plots the positive and negative percent agreement of the wireless motility capsule compared with radiopaque markers in patients with known or suspected slow-transit constipation. Four studies are displayed. Rao 2011 has a positive percent agreement of 87 percent and a negative percent agreement of 67 percent. Rao 2012 has a positive percent agreement of 86 percent and a negative percent agreement of 89 percent. Camilleri 2010 has a positive percent agreement of 80 percent and a negative percent agreement of 91 percent. Kuo 2011 has a positive percent agreement of 43 percent and a negative percent agreement of 86 percent.

Figure 6Summary of the positive and negative percent agreement of WMC compared with ROM in patients with known or suspected constipation

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Cover of Wireless Motility Capsule Versus Other Diagnostic Technologies for Evaluating Gastroparesis and Constipation: A Comparative Effectiveness Review
Wireless Motility Capsule Versus Other Diagnostic Technologies for Evaluating Gastroparesis and Constipation: A Comparative Effectiveness Review [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 110.
Stein E, Berger Z, Hutfless S, et al.

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