Dermatology Research and Practice / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Skin Biopsy in the Context of Dermatological Diagnosis: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Table 1

Frequencies and percentages of a classification describing the relationship between clinical and histological diagnoses.

CaseFrequencyPercentage

Case 1: one specific histological diagnosis inconsistent with the unspecified clinical diagnoses2073.1
Case 2: one specific histological diagnosis consistent with one specific clinical diagnosis264239.3
Case 3: one specific histological diagnosis consistent with at least one clinical diagnosis regarding the disease category166824.8
Case 4: one specific histological diagnosis inconsistent with the specific clinical diagnoses108016.1
Case 5: no specific histological diagnosis without usable features inconsistent with the specific clinical diagnoses1622.4
Case 6: no specific histological diagnosis inconsistent with the unspecified clinical diagnoses250.4
Case 7: no specific histological diagnosis but with usable features, inconsistent with the specific clinical diagnoses5678.4
Case 8: two or more specific histological diagnoses constituting subset of the proposed clinical diagnoses500.7
Case 9: two or more specific histological diagnoses different from the proposed clinical diagnoses1081.6
Case 10: two or more specific histological diagnoses exhibiting partial overlap with the proposed clinical diagnoses2113.1

Total6720100.0