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Table 3 Comparison of areas under the ROC curves of predictors (ovarian reserve markers) to live births.

From: Impact of female age and male infertility on ovarian reserve markers to predict outcome of assisted reproduction technology cycles

Ovarian reserve markers Age < 35
(n = 210)
Age ≥ 35
(n = 114)
Male factor presence
(n = 203)
Male factor absence
(n = 121)
Total
(n = 324)
logFSH 0.517(0.441~0.593) 0.531(0.448~0.613)ab 0.527(0.456~0.597) 0.603(0.510~0.690) 0.524(0.468~0.579)
log(AFC+1) 0.573(0.496~0.647) 0.583(0.499~0.663) 0.571(0.478~0.660) 0.574(0.503~0.643) 0.572(0.517~0.627)
logAMH 0.511(0.435~0.587) 0.653(0.571~0.729)a 0.539(0.468~0.609) 0.654(0.562~0.738) 0.577(0.521~0.631)
logAge 0.508(0.432~0.584) 0.656(0.574~0.732)b 0.539(0.468~0.609) 0.572(0.479~0.662) 0.549(0.493~0.604)
  1. The patients were divided into different groups by age (35 years) and the presence of male factor infertility. The data were presented as the area under the curve and the 95% confidence interval.
  2. a: p = 0.035, b: p = 0.050, by comparison of the area under the corresponding ROC curve