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721055005: Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder)


Status: current, Sufficiently defined by necessary conditions definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jul 2021. Module: SNOMED CT core

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
3323276019 Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) en Fully specified name Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
3323277011 Acute vestibular syndrome en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)

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Expanded Value Set


Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Is a Vertiginous syndrome true Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Is a Acute disorder of ear true Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Is a Disorder of inner ear true Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Clinical course Sudden onset AND/OR short duration (qualifier value) true Inferred relationship Some 1
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Finding site Inner ear structure (body structure) true Inferred relationship Some 2
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Has definitional manifestation Vertigo (finding) false Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Interprets General wellbeing true Inferred relationship Some 3

Inbound Relationships Type Active Source Characteristic Refinability Group
Acute vestibular syndrome due to episodic vestibular disorder (disorder) Is a True Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome due to cerebrovascular disease Is a True Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Inferred relationship Some
Acute vestibular syndrome due to anxiety and fear Is a True Acute vestibular syndrome (disorder) Inferred relationship Some

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