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47149005: Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin (disorder)


    Status: retired, Not sufficiently defined by necessary conditions definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jul 2020. Module: SNOMED CT core

    Descriptions:

    Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
    78597014 Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core Description inactivation indicator reference set: Concept non-current
    784575015 Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin (disorder) en Fully specified name Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core Description inactivation indicator reference set: Concept non-current

    0 descendants.

    Expanded Value Set


    Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Cold erythema false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Cryopathy false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Injury of integument false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Effects of reduced temperature false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Structure of immune system (body structure) false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Causative agent Low temperature false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Causative agent Friction false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Chemical-induced dermatological disorder false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Injury by mechanism false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Associated morphology Inflammation false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Drug-related disorder false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Has definitional manifestation Immune system finding false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Injury by causative force false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Is a Drug-related disorder false Inferred relationship Some
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Skin structure false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Associated morphology Urticaria false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Structure of skin region false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Skin structure false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Associated morphology Urticaria false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Skin structure false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Causative agent Low temperature false Inferred relationship Some 2
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Finding site Skin structure false Inferred relationship Some 2
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Pathological process (attribute) Abnormal immune process (qualifier value) false Inferred relationship Some 3
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Associated morphology Cold erythema false Inferred relationship Some 4
    Cold erythema associated with cryoglobulin Causative agent Cryoglobulin false Inferred relationship Some 5

    Inbound Relationships Type Active Source Characteristic Refinability Group

    Reference Sets

    Concept inactivation indicator reference set

    POSSIBLY EQUIVALENT TO association reference set (foundation metadata concept)

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