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Bone Browser, a decision-aid for radiological diagnosis of bone tumors, was developed in cooperation with the Radiology Department of the Rambam Medical Center, Haifa. The system offers case specific advice from an expert system (ES), general information on the lesion area and allows for recording and retrieving cases. The ES utilizes both rule-based and(More)
The Shock Research Unit has applied computer technology to the care of the critically ill and injured patient since 1961. The requirements for patient monitoring were initially explored with a process control computer (IBM) 1710). In the current system, a Xerox Sigma-5 computer is utilized for monitoring EKG, hemodynamic, respiratory, and biochemical(More)
4 cysts and 8 tumors of odontogenic origin have been described for the computer in terms of the prevalence of the associated clinical and radiological findings. Symptom prevalence as given in the literature and modified by our own experience was stated quantitatively as incidence ratios so that Bayes' formula could be used to calculate the probability of(More)
  • Fred Wiener
  • Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
  • 1988
SMR is an expert system shell designed to put the tools for knowledge acquisition directly into the hands of the domain expert. Since the knowledge base is represented as free text within a simplified syntactic structure, it is intelligible to anyone familiar with medical terminology. The knowledge base includes the rules for inference making as well as(More)
Normative data for children who are speakers of Black American English (BAE) were obtained on the Test of Language Development (Newcomer & Hammill, 1977). In two urban sites 198 children (age 4-8 yrs.) were tested. Positive identification as a speaker of BAE was based on a two part screening test which contained 10 distinct features of BAE. Results of the(More)
The temperature gradient between the ventral surface of the first toe and the ambient temperature was measured and compared with established hemodynamic measurements in 71 critically ill patients. Thirty-two patients had acute myocardial infarctions, 21 patients had primary bacteremia and 18 patients had primary hypovolemia which followed acute blood loss.(More)