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About Our Reporting Standards
Reporting standards are intended to provide uniformity of definitions and classifications for comparative purposes. They are instructive on how to report information from clinical studies in a consistent manner to make it easy for the reader to compare results. The literature is reviewed for evidence supported items before developing definitions, classifications, and scorings. In the absence of such evidence, a writing group comprised of experts on the topic may develop through consensus definitions, classifications, and scorings.
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Current Reporting Standards and Implementation Tools
|Reporting Standard||Executive Summary|
STS REPORTING STANDARDS FOR TYPE B AORTIC DISSECTIONS
THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME
J Vasc Surg. 2016 Jul;64(1):e1–e21