Objective: For small abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs), a regular follow-up examination is recommended every 12 months for AAAs of 30-39 mm and every six months for AAAs of 40-55 mm. Follow-up diameters can determine if a patient follows the common growth model of the population. However, the rapid expansion of an AAA, often associated with higher rupture risk, may be overlooked even though it requires surgical intervention. Therefore, the prognosis of abdominal aortic aneurysm growth is clinically important for planning treatment. This study aims to build enhanced Bayesian inference methods to predict maximum aneurysm diameter.