Bayesian Bone Tumor Diagnosis

Michael L. Richardson, M.D.
University of Washington Department of Radiology

This program is based on prior work by GS Lodwick in Radiol Clin N Am 1965;3:487-497 and in Radiology 1963;80:273-275.

Disclaimer: This program is highly experimental in nature, and was designed to be used as a teaching aid for the education of medical students and radiology residents. It should NOT be used for diagnosis or treatment planning in actual patients.

Please input the following information about your bone tumor

What is the patient's age?

What is the maximum diameter of the tumor in cm?

What type of bone is involved? small or flat

Where is the lesion located in relation to the physis? epiphysis

What type of calcified matrix is present? osteoid