Dropout, Advanced Statistics

A subject who withdraws from the study for whatever reason, adverse side effects, noncompliance, moving away from the district, etc. In number of cases the reason may not be known. The fate of subjects which drop out of an investigation should be determined whenever possible since the dropout mechanism might have implications for how the data from the study should be analysed.  

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