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Introduction: Recursive Partitioning Analysis is one of prognostic scores, has been
validated to any different setting. Objective: To identify the concordance of Recursive
Partitioning Analysis stratification in survival with brain metastases patients.
Methods: Retrospective study was performed on brain metastases patients from
January 2017 until Desember 2019 based on medical record. The follow up time
started from the first diagnosis of brain metastases to death or last follow up. The
Kaplan Meier was used to plot survival curves and the log-rank test was used to
analyse differences between groups Results: Mean overall survival time was 4,67
months with 1,14 months for median survival for all patients. According to scoring,
mostly (80,8%) patients were in group 3. The median survival time was 7 months
and 2 months for group 2 and 3. Conclusion: It has shown relatively congruity
survival in BM patients with stratification of Recursive Partitioning Analysis in our
institution.

Keywords

Brain Metastases Recursive Partitioning Analysis Survival

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Diansari, Y., Marisdina, S., Afriani, Anggraeni, D., & Syafiera, H. (2020). The Concordance of Recursive Partitioning Analysis (RPA) Class Stratification with Survival of Brain Metastases Patients in Mohammad Hoesin Hospital, Palembang, Indonesia: The concordance of RPA, Diansari et al. Bioscientia Medicina : Journal of Biomedicine and Translational Research, 5(1), 168-177. https://doi.org/10.32539/bsm.v5i1.202