Designing Medicine Fuzzy Expert System for Diagnosis of Motor System Problems

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

Department of Management, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

The purpose of expert systems is to expose the skills of experts to non-specialist people. Late diagnosis of motor system problems can lead to the problems for other parts. Hence, designing a system equipped with the knowledge of the expert who is able to diagnose and treat the diseases appropriately, can provide the patients timely treatment. In this paper, fuzzy expert system for diagnosis and management of motor system problems in wrist, elbow and shoulder have been designed using MATLAB software, and 15 experts knowledge acquisition for diseases diagnosis and treatment, which are the outputs of the Delphi-fuzzy and Delphi methods for diagnosis and treatment, respectively, are stored in the knowledge base of the system as the fuzzy rules. System results show that 86.7 percent of systemic diagnoses are similar to expert diagnosis. The proposed expert system can be used as a scientific source by students.

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