Ohmann, C. and Thon, K. and Stöltzing, H. and Yang, Q. and Lorenz, Wilfried
Upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding: assessing the diagnostic contributions of the history and clinical findings.
Medical decision making 6 (4), pp. 208-215.
Various strategies can be used in the diagnosis of upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding. This study investigates the relevance of anamnestic and clinical findings for the diagnosis of the bleeding source. The authors introduced a computer-aided diagnostic system using Bayes' theorem and compared it with clinicians' predictions using anamnestic and clinical findings only. There was no difference ...
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