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770408001: Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder)


Status: current, Sufficiently defined by necessary conditions definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jan 2019. Module: SNOMED CT core

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
3700729012 Congenital cervical spinal stenosis en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Acceptable (foundation metadata concept)
3700730019 Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) en Fully specified name Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
3700731015 Congenital narrowing of cervical spinal canal en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Acceptable (foundation metadata concept)
3700732010 Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
3700733017 A rare neurological disease with characteristics of congenital narrowing of the bony anatomy of the cervical spinal canal. This disorder predisposes the individual to symptomatic neural compression with manifestations including cramps, paresthesia, pain, muscle hypertonia and weakness, myelopathy and sphincter disturbances. en Definition Active Entire term case sensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core US English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
3777384012 A rare neurological disease with characteristics of congenital narrowing of the bony anatomy of the cervical spinal canal. This disorder predisposes the individual to symptomatic neural compression with manifestations including cramps, paraesthesia, pain, muscle hypertonia and weakness, myelopathy and sphincter disturbances. en Definition Active Entire term case sensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
4220101000052110 medfödd stenos i cervikala delen av spinalkanalen sv Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT Sweden NRC maintained module (core metadata concept) Swedish [International Organization for Standardization 639-1 code sv] language reference set (foundation metadata concept): Preferred (foundation metadata concept)

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Expanded Value Set


Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Is a Congenital anomaly of neck true Inferred relationship Some
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Is a Congenital anomaly of vertebral region of back false Inferred relationship Some
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Occurrence Congenital true Inferred relationship Some 1
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Is a Spinal stenosis in cervical region true Inferred relationship Some
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Is a medfödd stenos false Inferred relationship Some
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Associated morphology medfödd stenos false Inferred relationship Some 1
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Finding site Structure of cervical spinal canal true Inferred relationship Some 1
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Pathological process (attribute) Pathological developmental process true Inferred relationship Some 1
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Associated morphology Stenosis (morphologic abnormality) true Inferred relationship Some 1
Congenital stenosis of cervical spinal canal (disorder) Is a Congenital stenosis of spinal canal (disorder) true Inferred relationship Some

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