### Some articles on *recurrence, recurrences, recurrence rate, rate*:

... at mastectomy following wide excision alone, and a 25% to 50% incidence of breast

**recurrence**following limited surgery for palpable tumor, with 50% of those

**recurrences**... therapy given at the same time with breast-conservative surgery may decrease the

**recurrence rate**with nearly a half, from 31% to 15% ... of treatment may reduce the occurrence of invasive cancer to nearly 8% from nearly 17% and

**recurrence rate**of intraductal carcinoma to 8% from nearly 15% ...

... The simplest measure is the

**recurrence rate**, which is the density of

**recurrence**points in a

**recurrence**plot The

**recurrence rate**corresponds with the probability that a specific state ... The next measure is the percentage of

**recurrence**points which diagonal lines in the

**recurrence**plot of minimal length where is the frequency distribution of the lengths of the diagonal lines ... of the dynamical system, because white noise has a

**recurrence**plot with almost only single dots and very few diagonal lines, whereas a deterministic process has a

**recurrence**plot ...

... The

**recurrence rate**is 10-15% ... Franklin and Pindborg reported a

**recurrence rate**of 14% ... It is considered to have a

**recurrence rate**much lower than the

**recurrence rate**for ameloblastoma ...

... The cure

**rate**for this method, whether performed by an otolaryngologist-head neck surgeon, plastic surgeon, or dermatologist is totally dependent on the ... that is free of visible tumor) the higher the

**recurrence rate**... surgical margin is obtained around a larger tumor (greater than 6mm), the cure

**rate**is very high - 95% or better ...

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“Writing a book I have found to be like building a house. A man forms a plan, and collects materials. He thinks he has enough to raise a large and stately edifice; but after he has arranged, compacted and polished, his work turns out to be a very small performance. The authour however like the builder, knows how much labour his work has cost him; and therefore estimates it at a higher *rate* than other people think it deserves,”

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—Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)