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RMI score = range of malignancy score

Anna Koch
26 May, 2021

Risk of Malignancy Index (RMI) is widely studied for prediction of malignant pelvic masses in Western population.
The RMI is a product of the ultrasound scan score, the menopausal status and the serum CA125 level (IU/ml).

The score calculates 5 ultrasound variables
RMI = RMI: = ({var ultrasound 1}+{var ultrasound 2}+{var ultrasound 3}+{var ultrasound 4}+{var ultrasound 5}) x echo x {postmeno} x {CA125}

Fields used in calculation
rmi_intrabd_metas
Ultrasound variabele (radiobutton yes = 1 / no = 0)
rmi_multiloc
Ultrasound variabele (radiobutton yes = 1 / no = 0)
rmi_echodenspartij
Ultrasound variabele (radiobutton yes = 1 / no = 0)
rmi_bilat
Ultrasound variabele (radiobutton yes = 1 / no = 0)
rmi_ascites
Ultrasound variabele (radiobutton yes = 1 / no = 0)
rmi_CA125
Level of CA-125 in IU/ml ? (number variable)
rmi_postmeno
Postmenopausal status of the patient (radiobutton yes = 3 no = 1)
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