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The level of uncertainty and incompleteness in the information upon which healthcare professionals have to make judgments has been a subject of discussion in the past, and more nowadays, with the advent of the so-called Clinical Decision Support Systems. This work addresses uncertainty in the postoperative prognosis for colorectal cancer. The interdependence and synergistic effect of different clinical features comes into play when it is necessary to predict how a patient will react to thisdoi:10.1109/cbms.2013.6627846 dblp:conf/cbms/OliveiraBMGNN13 fatcat:qghpv7qb3zeblb5wie5c5i4tae