Intuitvely, patient diagnosis seems like a pardigmatically bayesian problem. I'm interested in the extent to which explicit (or implicit, if it can be established) bayesian reasoning informs patient diagnosis in clinical settings. Is there any documentation from medical associations which state that bayesian approcahes to diagnosis are best practices? Do medical textbooks recomend bayesian reasoning?
P.S, for context, I'm interested in studying medical practice as a potential example of succesful bayesian reasoning in complex and individualistic cases. I'm exploring analogies to issues in legal inference, where conceptually similar concerns about evidence arise.