The probability diagnosis is based on the doctor's perspective and experience with regard to prevalence, incidence and the natural history of disease. General practitioners acquire firsthand epidemiological knowledge about the patterns of illness apparent in individuals and in the community, which enables them to view illness from a perspective that is not available to doctors in any other disciplines. Thus, during the medical interview, the doctor not only is gathering information, allocating priorities and making hypotheses, but also is developing a probability diagnosis based on acquired epidemiological knowledge.
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