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Making the diagnostic process evidence-based 

Making the diagnostic process evidence-based
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Making the diagnostic process evidence-based
Author(s):

Huw Llewelyn

, Hock Aun Ang

, Keir Lewis

, and Anees Al-Abdullah

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199679867.003.0013
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date: 16 December 2018

Evidence-based diagnosis and decisions

Grappling with probabilities

Picturing probabilities

Bayes’ and other rules

Reasoning by elimination

A worked example

Using very low frequencies or probability densities

Evidence for a finding’s role in reasoning by elimination

Differential likelihood ratios make use of ‘complementing’ differentiation

Things that affect ‘differential’ and ‘overall’ likelihood ratios...

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