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32568021000036109: Unexpected result indicator reference set (foundation metadata concept)


Status: current, Primitive. Date: 30-Nov 2009. Module: SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
108633021000036116 Unexpected result indicator reference set en Synonym Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension Australian dialect reference set: Preferred
108634021000036118 Unexpected result indicator reference set (foundation metadata concept) en Fully specified name Active Case insensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension
4351531000168118 <p>Terminology for recording an indication of the degree of diagnostic significance associated with a pathology investigation result based on all the available clinical information.</p><p>This information pertaining to pathology result reporting is required to enable the laboratory to conduct the right investigation and the pathologist to interpret and report on the results clearly and unambiguously.</p><p>This reference set supports the accurate and unambiguous electronic communication and exchange of information relating to pathology result reporting between a pathology provider to a requesting clinician, or other approved recipient.</p><p><b>Target client: </b>The Agency ePathology Programme.</p> en Definition Active Case sensitive SNOMED Clinical Terms Australian extension

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Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Unexpected result indicator reference set Has licence SNOMED CT-AU licence​ true Inferred relationship Some 2085891542
Unexpected result indicator reference set Developed by Australian Digital Health Agency true Inferred relationship Some 1336931017
Unexpected result indicator reference set Is a Pathology clinical group true Inferred relationship Some
Unexpected result indicator reference set Is a Attribute value type false Inferred relationship Some
Unexpected result indicator reference set Is a Simple type reference set true Inferred relationship Some

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Normality undetermined
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