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700010002: Injury of free lower limb (disorder)


Status: current, Sufficiently defined by necessary conditions definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jan 2014. Module: SNOMED CT core

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
2987350017 Injury of free lower limb en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
2987431018 Injury of free lower limb (disorder) en Fully specified name 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
Injury of free lower limb Is a Injury of lower limb true Inferred relationship Some
Injury of free lower limb Is a Disorder of free lower limb (disorder) true Inferred relationship Some
Injury of free lower limb Associated morphology traumatisk abnormitet false Inferred relationship Some 1
Injury of free lower limb Finding site Structure of free lower limb (body structure) true Inferred relationship Some 1
Injury of free lower limb Associated morphology Damage false Inferred relationship Some 1

Inbound Relationships Type Active Source Characteristic Refinability Group
Injury of thigh (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Injury of ankle Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Partial division, quadriceps tendon Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Injury of knee Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Sprain of ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Recurrent dislocation of ankle AND/OR foot Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Complete division, quadriceps tendon Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Open division ligament ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Multiple læsioner i ankel og/eller fod Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Pathological dislocation of ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Injury of foot Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Pathological fracture - ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Traumatic rupture of quadriceps tendon (disorder) Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Injury of lower leg (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Fracture malunion - ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Injury of quadriceps tendon (disorder) Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Contusion, ankle and foot, excluding toe(s) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Open dislocation of distal end of tibia Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Open traumatic dislocation, head of fibula Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Open division, superior tibiofibular ligament Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Sprain of superior tibiofibular ligament Is a False Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Complete tear, ankle and/or foot ligament (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Rupture of synovium - ankle/foot Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Traumatic arthropathy of the ankle and/or foot (disorder) Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some
Traumatic arthropathy of tibiofibular joint Is a True Injury of free lower limb Inferred relationship Some

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