Journal article Open Access
Dan-Ping Li; Ji-Qun He; Peng-Fei Cheng; Jian-Qiang Wang; Hong-Yu Zhang
Gastric cancer results in malignant tumors with high morbidity and mortality, and seriously affects the health and life quality of patients. Early detection and appropriate treatment for early-stage gastric cancer patients are very helpful to reducing the recurrence rate and improving survival rates. Hence, the selection of a suitable surgical treatment is an important part. At present,
surgical treatment selection has been researched in numerous studies, but there is no study integrating fuzzy decision-making theory with quantitative analysis, considering the patient’s conditions with other relative conditions, and which can handle multisource heterogeneous information at the same time.