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© 2018 International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation.  All rights reserved.  SNOMED CT® was originally created by the College of American Pathologists.

This document forms part of the DICOM SNOMED CT® package distributed by International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation, trading as SNOMED International, and is subject to the SNOMED CT® Affiliate License, details of which may be found at http://www.snomed.org/snomed-ct/get-snomed-ct/. 

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© International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation 2002-{readmeEndDate}.  All rights reserved.  SNOMED CT® was originally created by the College of American Pathologists.  "SNOMED" and "SNOMED CT" are registered trademarks of International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation, trading as SNOMED International.

SNOMED CT has been created by combining SNOMED RT and a computer based nomenclature and classification known as Clinical Terms Version 3, formerly known as Read Codes Version 3, which was created on behalf of the UK Department of Health and is Crown copyright.

This document forms part of the DICOM SNOMED CT® package distributed by SNOMED International, which is subject to SNOMED International’s SNOMED CT® Affiliate License, details of which may be found at http://www.snomed.org/snomed-ct/get-snomed-ct/.

 


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7 Comments

  1. Is the DICOM SNOMED CT package available, could you tell me please?

  2. I suspect this might be the licence for the ~7000 concepts that SNOMED International have agreed for DICOM to have special use of.

  3. Thanks Dion and also Andrew for helping to explain - ie this is not a refset available to us

  4. Hello again Alastair - we weren't saying it's not available to you, only that DICOM are the distributors for this refset, and therefore you just need to go through them in order access it - thanks again, Andrew

  5. Sorry not to have seen this earlier

    This is a free set licenced for DICOM to use in their standards - agreement is on the SNOMED International website. We agreed the initial set (based on a set already agreed with CAP previously) and update it each release based on any required additions or changes to SNOMED CT, but DICOM make all the decisions about specific usage across their standards.

    Because the set are used across their standards and they decide where, it is not available as a separate set from either SNOMED International nor the DICOM Standards Committee. 

    Out of interest Alistair, it would be helpful to understand why you need this as a separate set, given the use case as articulated.

    Best wishes, Jane

    1. Helpful explanation, thanks Jane

      Fair to say there is no pressing need for content in this area, more of an interest in doing a good job across the board in all areas of collaboration, including with LOINC etc

      Anything to add, Abdul Rauf?

  6. Thanks Alastair Kenworthy and Jane Millar for clarification everything is clear now.