An 900000000000516008 |Annotation type reference set| allows String to be associated with components for any specified purpose.
Table 5.2.7-1: Annotation reference set - Data structure
|Part of Primary Key|
|NO||YES (Full /Snapshot)|
The inclusive date or time at which this version of the identified reference set member became the current version.
Note: In distribution files the effectiveTime should follow the short ISO date format (YYYYMMDD) and should not include the hours, minutes, seconds or timezone indicator.
The following metadata in supports this reference set :
Table 5.2.7-2: Annotation References Sets in the Metadata Hierarchy
Notes on the tables used to show descriptors and examples The reference set example tables on this page have been revised as follows to aid clarity and understanding:
Reference Set Descriptor and Example Data
Notes on the tables used to show descriptors and examples
The reference set example tables on this page have been revised as follows to aid clarity and understanding:
The tables below show the descriptors that define the structure of the 900000000000516008 |Annotation type reference set| pattern and examples of the descriptors for specific reference sets that follow this pattern.
Table 5.2.7-3: Descriptor Template for Annotation Reference Sets
The attributeType for the Annotation field can be any descendant of the " string " concept in the metadata hierarchy. This hierarchy is described in more detail under the " Reference set descriptor" section.
Table 5.2.7-4: Descriptor for the Associated Image Annotation Reference set
As no annotation reference sets are included in the International Release, these sample rows are for illustration only.
Table 5.2.7-5: Example of Associated image Annotation Reference Set
In the above example, the two URLs have been used to annotate two SNOMED CT concepts with images on the web. It is not recommended that this mechanism be used to annotate concepts with text that may require translation to other languages. Instead, such text should be included under an appropriate description type within the Description.