Studies of recurrent or subsequent disease events may be susceptible to bias caused by selection of subjects who both experience and survive the primary indexing event. Currently, the magnitude of any selection bias, particularly for subsequent time-to-event analysis in genetic association studies, is unknown.

Impact of Selection Bias on Estimation of Subsequent Event Risk

Condorelli, Gianluigi;
2017

Abstract

Studies of recurrent or subsequent disease events may be susceptible to bias caused by selection of subjects who both experience and survive the primary indexing event. Currently, the magnitude of any selection bias, particularly for subsequent time-to-event analysis in genetic association studies, is unknown.
alleles
confidence intervals
genetic association studies
risk
sample size
selection bias
False Positive Reactions
Genetic Diseases, Inborn
Humans
Observer Variation
Models, Genetic
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