FIT-graph: A multi-grained evolutionary graph based framework for disease diagnosis


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Early assessment, with the help of machine learning methods, can aid clinicians in optimizing the diagnosis and treatment process, allowing patients to receive critical treatment time. Due to the advantages of effective information organization and interpretable reasoning, knowledge graph-based methods have become one of the most widely used machine learning algorithms for this task. However, due to a lack of effective organization and use of multi-granularity and temporal information, current knowledge graph-based approaches are hard to fully and comprehensively exploit the information contained in medical records, restricting their capacity to make superior quality diagnoses. To address these challenges, we examine and study disease diagnosis applications in-depth, and propose a novel disease diagnosis framework named FIT-Graph. With novel medical multi-grained evolutionary graphs, FIT--Graph efficiently organizes the extracted information from various granularities and time stages, maximizing the retention of valuable information for disease inference and ensuring the comprehensiveness and validity of the final disease inference. We compare FIT-Graph with two real-world clinical datasets from cardiology and respiratory departments with the baseline. The experimental results show that its effect is better than the baseline model, and the baseline performance of the task is improved by about 5% in multiple indices.
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Machine learning,Neural networks,Medical multi-grained evolutionary graph,Knowledge graph,Graph convolution networks
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