How OralpathDx Works

OralpathDx® asks a series of questions that you answer based on what you observe and information from patient history and interview. (For example, the type of lesion, location, quantity of lesions, onset, age group, gender, and pain level.) Other questions about the patient’s personal habits, such as smoking and drinking are included. Considering all of the information entered, OralpathDx™ analyzes the data and provides a possible differential list of diseases ranked by probability. Keep in mind, the clinician is still left to make the final analysis. This tool provides a great resource for decision-making, but it does not make the decision.

A patient’s condition, signs and symptoms are analyzed using a form of Bayes theorem for statistical analysis. This theorem employs a knowledge database of related diseases, anomalies, and anatomical conditions, and weights the probability of occurrence for the signs and symptoms of each. The system then determines the most probable disease or lesion and ranks other less likely ones according to their relative probabilities.

The final differential diagnosis must always conclude with the experience and judgment of the health care professional. Though OralpathDx® provides a wonderful resource of information and diagnostic focus to assist in the analysis it cannot be considered the final authority. This tool offers a technical evaluation of likely probabilities to assist you in your decision making process.

Can you see yourself being assisted by the most revolutionary tool available for oral pathological differential development today? Once you try it, you will wonder how you did without it.

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