Annabelle Charneau

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OBJECTIVE This paper describes an approach for developing intelligent tutoring systems (ITS) for teaching clinical reasoning. MATERIALS AND METHODS Our approach to ITS for clinical reasoning uses a novel hybrid knowledge representation for the pedagogic model, combining finite state machines to model different phases in the diagnostic process, production(More)
Les auteurs rapportent un cas de léiomyoblastome gastrique responsable ďune obstruction pylorique chez un patient âgé. Cette tumeur a pu bénéficier ďune exérèse endoscopique permettant ďune part le diagnostic histologique exact, ďautre part la disparition des signes cliniques. Les difficultés diagnostiques et ľincertitude évolutive des téiomyoblastomes sont(More)
13 observations of right hemorrhagic colic angiodysplasia were detected in less than 5 years: 9 times with proctorrhagia of varying amounts, 4 times with an endoscopic aetiological evaluation of iron deficiency anemia. Colonoscopy revealed lesions in 11 patients out of 13 in the form of erythematous spots of vascular hemorrhagic appearance in 5 cases. The(More)
TeachMed is a patient simulator for clinical reasoning learning (CRL). It allows students to evaluate a simulated patient, in a one-on-one problem-based learning mode, by iteratively collecting evidences and formulating hypotheses until converging to one or two final hypotheses, that is, the most probable diagnosis. Evidences are collected by asking(More)
Renal involvement is a common cause of death in patients with systemic sclerosis (diffuse scleroderma). The poor prognosis is due to malignant hypertension and rapid deterioration of renal function. Therefore bilateral nephrectomy followed by hemodialysis and transplantation are proposed to avoid fatal outcome. The authors describe the case of a 37 year-old(More)
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