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Clinical Guidelines (CGs) are developed for specifying the "best" clinical procedures for specific clinical circumstances. However, a CG is executed on a specific patient, with her peculiarities, and in a specific context, with its limitations and constraints. Physicians have to use Basic Medical Knowledge (BMK) in order to adapt the general CG to each specific case, even if the interplay between CGs and the BMK can be very complex. In this paper, we focus on a posteriori analysis ofdblp:conf/aiia/SpiottaBD13 fatcat:k3jc67h4pfhh3eugf2ogmoshzq