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Effect of Contact Conditions of Torsional Wave Elastographic Probe on Human Cervix

Table 1

ANOVA results.

Speculum effect N = 3
H=0 (no effect)OutcomeA: 3 No-Speculum measurement setsB: 3 Speculum measurement sets

p-value=0.262 (norm by A)1.00 0.176.00 16.97
t-stat=-1.1559.8 %3.5 %

GelN women = 3
H=0 (no effect)OutcomeA: 3 No-Gel measurement setsB: 3 Gel measurement sets

p-value=0.709 (norm by A)1.00 0.201.03 0.29
t-stat=-0.3866.19 %59.75 %

Force on cervix-intraoperatorN women = 1
H=0 (no effect)OutcomeA: 2 Normal force measurement setsB: 2 Soft force measurement sets

p-value=0.323 (norm by A)1.00 0.140.75 0.57
t-stat=1.0350.42 %46.75 %

Force on cervix-interoperatorby 2 operators N women= 1
H=1 (effect)OutcomeA: 1 Normal force measurement setB: 1 Soft force measurement set

p-value=0.000002 (norm by A)1.00 0.160.48 0.15
t-stat=7.2455.86 %

Probe off-centering on cervixby 2 operators N women= 2
H=1 (effect)OutcomeA: 4 Centered measurement setsB: 4 Off-centered >1cm measurement sets

p-value=0.00004 (norm by A)1.00 0.130.66 0.31
t-stat=4.6051.89 %64.94 %

Time interval measurement variationN women = 1
H=0 (no effect)OutcomeA: 1 Initial measurement setB: 1 Final measurement set (after 30 minutes)

p-value=0.107 (norm by A)1.00 0.101.12 0.14
t-stat=-1.7776.16 %87.20 %

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