Designing 2-Phase Prevalence Studies in the Absence of a Gold Standard Test
A population survey for estimating prevalence is challenging when a disease or condition is difficult to diagnose. If clinical diagnosis is expensive, a 2-phase study, in which less expensive but less accurate tests are administered to all study subjects
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