Diagnostic accuracy measures the ability of a test to detect a condition when it is present and detect the absence of a condition when it is absent.
A perfect diagnostic test can discriminate all subjects with and without the condition and results in no false positive or false negatives. However, this is rarely achievable, as misdiagnosis of some subjects is inevitable. Measures of diagnostic accuracy quantify the discriminative ability of a test.
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