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> Make the Diagnosis: Does This Patient With Epigastric Discomfort Have Organic or Functional Dyspepsia? > Assessing the Likelihood of Organic Dyspepsia >
Clinicians need to rely on their overall clinical impression rather than individual symptoms....
> Original Article: Can the Clinical History Distinguish Between Organic and Functional Dyspepsia? > Results >
Table 69-4 Characteristics of Included Studies That Reported the Accuracy of the Computer Model in Diagnosing Organic Dyspepsia
A computer model that uses patient demographics, risk factors, history items, and symptoms to diagnose diseases and other conditions. Computer...
A computer model that uses patient demographics, risk factors, history items, and symptoms to diagnose diseases and other conditions. Computer simulations may not be more accurate than clinical opinion.
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