Sensitivity Specificity False-Positive False-Negative ...

Sensitivity Specificity False-Positive False-Negative Contingency Table / confusion matrix

Sensitivity refers to the test's ability to correctly detect ill patients who do have the condition

Specificity relates to the test's ability to correctly reject healthy patients without a condition. Specificity of a test is the proportion of healthy patients known not to have the disease, who will test negative for it.

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