Diagnosis of Dysmorphic Syndromes

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Diagnosis of Dysmorphic Syndromes
Since diagnosis of dysmorphic syndromes is a domain with incomplete knowledge and where even experts have seen only few syndromes themselves during their lifetime, documentation of cases and the use of case-oriented techniques are popular. In dysmorphic systems, diagnosis usually is performed as a classification task, where a prototypicality measure is applied to determine the most probable syndrome. Our system additionally applies adaptation rules. These rules do not only consider single symptoms but combinations of them, which indicate high or low probabilities of specific syndromes.
Tina Waligora, Rainer Schmidt
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where LWA
Authors Tina Waligora, Rainer Schmidt
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