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24874007: Traumatic reticuloperitonitis (disorder)


    Status: retired, Necessary but not sufficient concept definition status (core metadata concept). Date: 31-Jan 2014. Module: SNOMED CT core

    Descriptions:

    Id Description Lang Type Status Case? Module Reference Sets
    41686019 Traumatic reticuloperitonitis en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core Concept inactivation indicator reference set: Duplicate component (foundation metadata concept)
    41687011 Hardware disease en Synonym (core metadata concept) Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core Description inactivation indicator reference set: Concept non-current
    754560019 Traumatic reticuloperitonitis (disorder) en Fully specified name Active Entire term case insensitive (core metadata concept) SNOMED CT core Description inactivation indicator reference set: Concept non-current

    0 descendants.

    Expanded Value Set


    Outbound Relationships Type Target Active Characteristic Refinability Group Values
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Disorder of soft tissue false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Reticulitis false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Abdominal cavity injury false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Disorder of connective tissue (disorder) false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Injury of gastrointestinal tract false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Injury of connective tissue (disorder) false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Peritonitis false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Ruminant stomach structure false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Perforation of stomach false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated etiologic finding Swallowed foreign body false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Traumatic perforation of stomach false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Non-human body structure false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Due to Swallowed foreign body false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Injury of peritoneum false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Is a Effect of foreign body false Inferred relationship Some
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Traumatic abnormality false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Reticulum false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Peritoneum (serous membrane) structure false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Inflammation false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Foreign body perforation false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Foreign body perforation false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Reticulum false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Inflammation false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Traumatic abnormality false Inferred relationship Some 1
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Finding site Reticulum false Inferred relationship Some 4
    Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Associated morphology Inflammation false Inferred relationship Some 4

    Inbound Relationships Type Active Source Characteristic Refinability Group
    Traumatic reticulopericarditis Is a False Traumatic reticuloperitonitis Inferred relationship Some

    Reference Sets

    Concept inactivation indicator reference set

    MOVED TO association reference set

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