Graph description: Figure 2. ROC curve for the data of Table 2, showing cut-off at 200 and corresponding sensitivity and specificity

Line graph with one minus specificity on the horizontal axis and sensitivity on the vertical axis. Both axes are labeled 0.00, 0.50, and 1.00. A solid line starts at one minus specificity = 0 and sensitivity = 0. It rises vertically to sensitivity = 0.7 then goes up in steps until it reaches sensitivity = 1.0 at one minus specificity = 0.4. It is then horizontal until one minus specificity = 1.0. A diagonal line goes from the point 0.0, 0.0 to 1.0, 1.0, A broken horizontal line goes through about 0.93 and a broken vertical line goes through about 0.09.

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