This data set contains a subset of the data from the Fibroid Growth Study.
|[,1]||ID||ID for subject.|
|[,2]||fid||ID for fibroid (each women could have multiple fibroids).|
|[,3]||lfgr||log fibroid growth rate. See details.|
|[,4]||age||age category Younger, Middle, Older.|
|[,5]||loc||location of fibroid, corpus, fundus, or lower segment.|
|[,6]||bmi||body mass index of subject.|
|[,7]||preg||parity, whether the subject had delivered a child.|
|[,8]||race||race of subject (Black or White only).|
|[,9]||vol||initial volume of fibroid.|
A data frame containing 240 observations on 9 variables.
The response variable
lfgr was calculated as the change in log fibroid volume,
divided by the length of time between measurements. The growth rates were averaged to produce
a single value for each fibroid, which was scaled to represent a 6-month percent change in volume.
Peddada, Laughlin, Miner, Guyon, Haneke, Vahdat, Semelka, Kowalik, Armao, Davis, and Baird(2008). Growth of Uterine Leiomyomata Among Premenopausal Black and White Women. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 105(50), 19887-19892. URL http://www.pnas.org/content/105/50/19887.full.pdf.
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