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Natural frequency trees improve diagnostic efficiency in Bayesian reasoning

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Binder, Karin ; Krauss, Stefan ; Schmidmaier, Ralf ; Braun, Leah
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 22 Jun 2022 07:48


When physicians are asked to determine the positive predictive value from the a priori probability of a disease and the sensitivity and false positive rate of a medical test (Bayesian reasoning), it often comes to misjudgments with serious consequences. In daily clinical practice, however, it is not only important that doctors receive a tool with which they can correctly judge—the speed of these ...


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