Computer-aided diagnosis, Advanced Statistics

Computer-aided diagnosis: The computer programs which are designed to support clinical decision making.

In common, such systems are based on the repeated application of the Bayes' theorem. In some of the cases a reasoning strategy is implemented which enables the programs to conduct clinically pertinent dialogue and explain their decisions as well. Such programs have been developed and created in a variety of diagnostic regions, for instance, the diagnosis of the dyspepsia and of the acute abdominal pain.

 

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