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Probabilistic Medical Reasoning

Medical Decision Making: Probabilistic Medical Reasoning The importance of probability in medical decision making was noted as long ago as 1922: “…good medicine does not consist in the indiscriminate application of laboratory examinations to a patient, but rather in having … Continue reading

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Probabilistic Medical Reasoning and Clinical Decision-making

Probabilistic Medical Reasoning and Clinical Decision-making Medicine is the science of uncertainty and art of probability. Medicine is full of uncertainty to the point that there is no absolute certainty in all diagnoses from clinical, procedural and laboratory diagnostic (blood … Continue reading

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