DXplain [Barnett et al., 1987; Barnett et al., 1998] is a decision support system developed at the Laboratory of Computer Science at the Massachusetts General Hospital. It was initially described by its developers as "poor man's Internist-1".
DX plain takes advantage of a large data base of the crude probabilities of over 4500 clinical manifestations associated with over 2000 different diseases.
Reference: Musen, M.A. (2000). Scalable software architectures for decision suport. Methods of Information in Medicine, 38: 229-238.
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