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target condition

— The health condition of interest that a test is used to detect in a study of diagnostic test accuracy

Full explanation:

The target condition can be a particular health condition, a disease stage, a health status, or any other identifiable condition within a patient, such as staging a disease already known to be present, or a health condition that should prompt clinical action, such as the initiation, modification or termination of treatment.

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