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211574000: Closed crush injury hand, dorsum (disorder)


Status: current, Sufficiently defined by necessary conditions definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jan 2015. Module: SNOMED CT core

Descriptions:

Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
322908012 Closed crush injury hand, dorsum en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)
597362012 Closed crush injury hand, dorsum (disorder) en Fully specified name Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core GB English: Preferred (foundation metadata concept)

0 descendants.

Expanded Value Set


Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Is a Crushing injury of hand true Inferred relationship Some
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Communication with wound Closed injury false Inferred relationship Some
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Associated morphology Wound, closed false Inferred relationship Some
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Is a Closed wound (disorder) true Inferred relationship Some
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Associated morphology Crushing injury (morphologic abnormality) false Inferred relationship Some 1
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Finding site Structure of dorsum of hand false Inferred relationship Some 1
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Associated morphology Crush - wound false Inferred relationship Some 1
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Associated morphology Crush - wound false Inferred relationship Some 1
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Finding site Structure of dorsum of hand true Inferred relationship Some 2
Closed crush injury hand, dorsum Associated morphology Closed crush injury (morphologic abnormality) true Inferred relationship Some 2

Inbound Relationships Type Active Source Characteristic Refinability Group

Reference Sets

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