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$gterm

should provide efficient access to the

$gterm

that represent

$gterm

with structurally significant

$gterm

within the terminology. lists the

$gterm

that have the most clear-cut structurally significant

$gterm

. A

$gterm

should enable access to these

$gterm

by an easy to use name of enumeration. In addition a

$gterm

should provide a service that rapidly determines whether a given

$gterm

is a

$gterm

of any of these

$gterm

. It is also useful to for the

$gterm

to extend similar functionality to all direct

$gterm

of the

$gterm

( |SNOMED CT Concept| ) and to

$gterm

of |concept model attribute| .

Table 30. Essential concept Identifiers

 

 

Id

$gterm

Significance

138875005

|SNOMED CT Concept|

The

$gterm

. All other

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

900000000000441003

|SNOMED CT Model Component|

All active metadata

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

900000000000442005

|core metadata concept|

All enumerated values applicable to core

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

900000000000454005

|foundation metadata concept|

All

$gterm

and all

$gterm

related metadata

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

900000000000455006

|reference set|

All

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

116680003

|is a|

The

$gterm

used to specify the

$gterm

$gterm

between

$gterm

.

246061005

|attribute|

All

$gterm

(

$gterm

)

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

410662002

|concept model attribute|

With the exception of the

$gterm

$gterm

(see above) all

$gterm

that are used in the

$gterm

are

$gterm

of this

$gterm

.

370136006

|namespace concept|

Each

$gterm

of this

$gterm

represents an extension namespaces allocated by the

$gterm

.

363743006

|navigational concept|

$gterm

of this

$gterm

to provide nodes in

$gterm

. They act as grouper categories that do not have any semantic meaning and thus do not appear elsewhere in the

$gterm

hierarchy.


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