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This term is used when referring to concept model attributes applied to the situation with explicit context.

situation with explicit context

A concept that specifically defines the context of a clinical finding or procedure.

Notes

  • A situation with explicit context is defined as a subtype of the situation to which it applies with an attribute associating it with the relevant clinical finding or procedure.

Example

  • Family history of diabetes mellitus is a situation with explicit context concept. It defines the context as family history by indicating that the  408732007 |Subject relationship context| is a  303071001 |Family member|.
  • In contrast, diabetes mellitus itself is not a situation with explicit context. It can be used in many different situations including family history, past medical history or current diagnosis.

Alternatives

  • Clinical situation
  • Context
  • Explicit context

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