IOA

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IOAIndependent Olympic Athlete
IOAIndian Olympic Association
IOAIslands of Adventure (Universal Studios theme park)
IOAInstitute of Archaeology (University of California, Los Angeles)
IOAInput Output Adapter
IOAInstitute on Aging (University of North Carolina)
IOAInstitute of Acoustics
IOAInstitute of Astronomy
IOAInternational Ozone Association
IOAInternational Ombudsman Association (Hillsborough, NJ)
IOAInternational Ostomy Association
IOAInformation-Oriented Architecture
IOAInterobserver Agreement (medicine)
IOAInput/Output Adapter
IOAIndiana Optometric Association
IOAIndustrial Operations Analyst (GSA job description)
IOAInternational Oversight Advisory (fictional, TV series Stargate)
IOAInvestigators of America
IOAIntegrated Operations Architecture (NASA)
IOAIoannina, Greece - Ioannina (Airport Code)
IOAIn Name Of
IOAInternational Ornithological Association
IOAInput/Output Automaton
IOAInstitute of Outdoor Advertising
IOAIntegrated Office Accounting
IOAInitial Operational Assessment
IOAInternational Olympic Athlete (2000 Olympics; now East Timor)
IOAIndependent Orbiter Assessment (Space Shuttle)
IOAIndependent Operational Assessment
IOAInductive Output Amplifier
IOAIntegrated Operation Architecture (BMS Software, Inc)
IOAImmediate Origination Approach
IOAInstrument Operating Assembly
IOAIncidence of Aggression
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It provided a succinct and ROM-based tool with which substantial interobserver agreement (Table 5) between the cytopathologists in reporting salivary gland cytologic findings could be achieved.
All data sessions were 20 min long and were video recorded and reviewed at a later time to aid in the collection of interobserver agreement.
This study is the first to show that diffusion and perfusion parameters derived from multiparametric rectal MRI can be performed with acceptable interobserver agreement, although they did not perform a volumetric analysis.
For each task analysis, percentage of interobserver agreement was calculated by dividing the number of agreements by the total number of agreements and disagreements multiplied by 100.
For all variables, we evaluated intra-observer agreement (i.e., agreements on interpretations when interpreting the same patient images using the two reading systems, the MEDICAL-IMPAX and TABLET-XERO), and interobserver agreement (i.e., agreements between radiologists when interpreting the same patient within a single reading system).
Our study revealed a moderate level of interobserver agreement among these readers, indicating that different experience levels may affect the interpretation of images, even under the guidance of the PI-RADS v2.
A second research assistant collected interobserver agreement (IOA) data for one-third of the sessions, following the same data collection procedures.
Most studies did not require a single observer interpretation of radiologic findings as it has been shown that a good degree of interobserver agreement exists in assessment of complex renal cysts.
The diameters of 6 major arteries were measured by 2 observers, and intra- and interobserver agreement, time-enhancement variables, and patient factors affecting contrast medium enhancement were assessed.
The intra- and interobserver agreement of RI and between RI and RN was analyzed using kappa values as follows: >0.80, excellent agreement; >0.60-0.80, good agreement; >0.40-0.60, moderate agreement; >0.20-0.40, fair agreement; and [less than or equal to] 0.20, poor agreement.