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AI/RHEUM, 1993
1. AIR
Alternative Billing Concepts, 2009
2. ALT
Alcohol and Other Drug Thesaurus, 2000
3. AOD
Authorized Osteopathic Thesaurus, 2003
4. AOT
Beth Israel Vocabulary, 1.0
5. BI
Canonical Clinical Problem Statement System, 1999
6. CCPSS
Clinical Classifications Software, 2005
7. CCS
COSTAR, 1989-1995
8. COSTAR
Medical Entities Dictionary, 2003
9. CPM
Current Procedural Terminology, 2009
10. CPT
Physicians' Current Procedural Terminology, Spanish Translation, 2001
11. CPTSP
CRISP Thesaurus, 2006
12. CSP
COSTART, 1995
13. CST
Diseases Database, 2000
14. DDB
German translation of ICD10, 1995
15. DMDICD10
German translation of UMDNS, 1996
16. DMDUMD
DSM-III-R, 1987
17. DSM3R
DSM-IV, 1994
18. DSM4
DXplain, 1994
19. DXP
Foundational Model of Anatomy Ontology, 2_0
20. FMA
Gene Ontology, 2009_04_01
21. GO
Gold Standard Alchemy, 2009_08_04
22. GS
Current Dental Terminology (CDT), 2007-2008C
23. HCDT
Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System, 2009
24. HCPCS
HCPCS Version of Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), 2009
25. HCPT
Home Health Care Classification, 2003
26. HHC
HL7 Vocabulary Version 2.5, 2003_08_30
27. HL7V2.5
HL7 Vocabulary Version 3.0, 2006_05
28. HL7V3.0
ICPC2E-ICD10 relationships from Dr. Henk Lamberts, 1998
29. HLREL
HUGO Gene Nomenclature, 2009_04
30. HUGO
ICD10, 1998
31. ICD10
ICD10, American English Equivalents, 1998
32. ICD10AE
International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th Revision, Australian Modification, January 2000 Release
33. ICD10AM
International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, Australian Modification, Americanized English Equivalents, 2000
34. ICD10AMAE
ICD10, Dutch Translation, 200403
35. ICD10DUT
ICD-10-PCS, 2009
36. ICD10PCS
ICD-9-CM, 2010
37. ICD9CM
International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, 2008_12_19
38. ICF
International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health for Children and Youth, 2008
39. ICF-CY
International Classification for Nursing Practice, 2.0
40. ICNP
International Classification of Primary Care, 1993
41. ICPC
International Classification of Primary Care 2nd Edition, Electronic, 2E, Dutch Translation, 200203
42. ICPC2EDUT
International Classification of Primary Care 2nd Edition, Electronic, 2E, 200203
43. ICPC2EENG
ICPC2-ICD10 Thesaurus, Dutch Translation, 200412
44. ICPC2ICD10DUT
ICPC2 - ICD10 Thesaurus, 200412
45. ICPC2ICD10ENG
ICPC-2 PLUS
46. ICPC2P
ICPC, Basque Translation, 1993
47. ICPCBAQ
ICPC, Danish Translation, 1993
48. ICPCDAN
ICPC, Dutch Translation, 1993
49. ICPCDUT
ICPC, Finnish Translation, 1993
50. ICPCFIN
ICPC, French Translation, 1993
51. ICPCFRE
ICPC, German Translation, 1993
52. ICPCGER
ICPC, Hebrew Translation, 1993
53. ICPCHEB
ICPC, Hungarian Translation, 1993
54. ICPCHUN
ICPC, Italian Translation, 1993
55. ICPCITA
ICPC, Norwegian Translation, 1993
56. ICPCNOR
ICPC, Portuguese Translation, 1993
57. ICPCPOR
ICPC, Spanish Translation, 1993
58. ICPCSPA
ICPC, Swedish Translation, 1993
59. ICPCSWE
Online Congenital Multiple Anomaly/Mental Retardation Syndromes, 1999
60. JABL
Korean Standard Classification of Disease Version 5, 2008
61. KCD5
Library of Congress Subject Headings, 1990
62. LCH
Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes, 227
63. LNC
The Braden Scale for Predicting Pressure Sore Risk, 227_1988
64. LNC_BRADEN
The Faces, Legs, Activity, Cry, and Consolability (FLACC) Scale, 227_1997
65. LNC_FLACC
Minimum Data Set, 2.0, 227_20
66. LNC_MDS
Outcome and Assessment Information Set, 227_2002
67. LNC_OASIS
Patient Health Questionnaire, 227_1999
68. LNC_PHQ_9
Routine Health Outcomes Ltd. (RHO), 227_2008
69. LNC_RHO
Patient Monitoring Guidelines for HIV care and antiretroviral therapy (ART), 227_2006
70. LNC_WHO
MEDLINE (1999-2003)
71. MBD
McMaster University Epidemiology Terms, 1992
72. MCM
Master Drug Data Base, 2009_08_05
73. MDDB
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), 12.0
74. MDR
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Czech Edition, 12.0
75. MDRCZE
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Dutch Edition, 12.0
76. MDRDUT
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), French Edition, 12.0
77. MDRFRE
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), German Edition, 12.0
78. MDRGER
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Italian Edition, 12.0
79. MDRITA
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Japanese Edition, 12.0
80. MDRJPN
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Portuguese Edition, 12.0
81. MDRPOR
Medical Dictionary for Regulatory Activities Terminology (MedDRA), Spanish Edition, 12.0
82. MDRSPA
MEDLINE (2004-2009)
83. MED
MEDCIN, 3_2009_07_01
84. MEDCIN
MedlinePlus Health Topics, 20080614
85. MEDLINEPLUS
Multum MediSource Lexicon, 2009_08_01
86. MMSL
Micromedex DRUGDEX, 2009_08_03
87. MMX
Medical Subject Headings, 2010_2009_08_17
88. MSH
Czech translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2009
89. MSHCZE
Nederlandse vertaling van Mesh (Dutch translation of the Medical Subject Headings), 2005
90. MSHDUT
Finnish translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2008
91. MSHFIN
Thesaurus Biomedical Francais/Anglais (French translation of the Medical Subject Headings), 2009
92. MSHFRE
German translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2009
93. MSHGER
Italian translation of Medical Subject Headings, 2009
94. MSHITA
Japanese translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2008
95. MSHJPN
Latvian translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2009
96. MSHLAV
Descritores em Ciencias da Saude (Portuguese translation of the Medical Subject Headings), 2009
97. MSHPOR
Russian translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2009
98. MSHRUS
Descritores en Ciencias de la Salud (Spanish translation of the Medical Subject Headings), 2009
99. MSHSPA
Swedish translation of the Medical Subject Headings, 2009
100. MSHSWE
UMLS Metathesaurus
101. MTH
Metathesaurus CPT Hierarchical Terms, 2009
102. MTHCH
Metathesaurus FDA National Drug Code Directory, 2009_07_31
103. MTHFDA
Metathesaurus HCPCS Hierarchical Terms, 2009
104. MTHHH
HL7 Vocabulary Version 2.5, 7-bit equivalents, 2003_08
105. MTHHL7V2.5
Metathesaurus additional entry terms for ICD-9-CM, 2010
106. MTHICD9
International Classification of Primary Care 2nd Edition, Electronic, 2E, American English Equivalents, 200203
107. MTHICPC2EAE
ICPC2 - ICD10 Thesaurus, 7-bit Equivalents, 0412
108. MTHICPC2ICD107B
ICPC2 - ICD10 Thesaurus, American English Equivalents, 0412
109. MTHICPC2ICD10AE
Metathesaurus Version of Minimal Standard Terminology Digestive Endoscopy, 2001
110. MTHMST
Metathesaurus Version of Minimal Standard Terminology Digestive Endoscopy, French Translation, 2001
111. MTHMSTFRE
Metathesaurus Version of Minimal Standard Terminology Digestive Endoscopy, Italian Translation, 2001
112. MTHMSTITA
Metathesaurus FDA Structured Product Labels, 2009_09_02
113. MTHSPL
NANDA nursing diagnoses: definitions & classification, 2004
114. NAN
NCBI Taxonomy, 2009_04_13
115. NCBI
NCI Thesaurus, 2009_04D
116. NCI
NCI SEER ICD Neoplasm Code Mappings, 1999
117. NCISEER
National Drug Data File Plus Source Vocabulary, 2009_08_07
118. NDDF
National Drug File - Reference Terminology Public Inferred Edition, 2008_03_11
119. NDFRT
Neuronames Brain Hierarchy, 1999
120. NEU
Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC), 2005
121. NIC
National Library of Medicine Medline Data
122. NLM-MED
Nursing Outcomes Classification, 3rd Edition
123. NOC
Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man, 2009_05_01
124. OMIM
Omaha System, 2005
125. OMS
Patient Care Data Set, 1997
126. PCDS
Physician Data Query, 2007_02
127. PDQ
Perioperative Nursing Data Set, 2nd edition, 2002
128. PNDS
Pharmacy Practice Activity Classification, 1998
129. PPAC
Thesaurus of Psychological Index Terms, 2004
130. PSY
Quick Medical Reference (QMR), 1996
131. QMR
QMR clinically related terms from Randolph A. Miller, 1999
132. RAM
Clinical Terms Version 3 (CTV3) (Read Codes), 1999
133. RCD
Read thesaurus, American English Equivalents, 1999
134. RCDAE
Read thesaurus Americanized Synthesized Terms, 1999
135. RCDSA
Read thesaurus, Synthesized Terms, 1999
136. RCDSY
RxNorm Vocabulary, 09AA_090908F
137. RXNORM
SNOMED Terminos Clinicos (SNOMED CT), Edicion en Espanol, Distribucion Internacional, Octubre de 2008, 2009_04_30
138. SCTSPA
SNOMED-2, 2
139. SNM
SNOMED International, 1998
140. SNMI
SNOMED Clinical Terms, 2009_07_31
141. SNOMEDCT
Standard Product Nomenclature, 2003
142. SPN
Metathesaurus Source Terminology Names
143. SRC
UltraSTAR, 1993
144. ULT
UMDNS: product category thesaurus, 2009
145. UMD
USP Model Guidelines, 2004
146. USPMG
University of Washington Digital Anatomist, 1.7.3
147. UWDA
Veterans Health Administration National Drug File, 2009_07_29
148. VANDF
WHO Adverse Reaction Terminology, 1997
149. WHO
WHOART, French Translation, 1997
150. WHOFRE
WHOART, German Translation, 1997
151. WHOGER
WHOART, Portuguese Translation, 1997
152. WHOPOR
WHOART, Spanish Translation, 1997
153. WHOSPA









































































































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