Here are the links to the SNOMED CT® posts to date.

A Literature Review of 40 years of SNOMED

Physical Objects in SNOMED CT®

Körner Data and SNOMED: A Snapshot from 1988

Over 1 Million Relationships: SNOMED CT ®

SNOMED CT® International Browser

SNOMED CT® Utilises the Brodmann Area Classification for Brain Regions

The Insular Cortex and SNOMED CT®

Administrative Statuses in SNOMED CT®

Environment Descriptors in SNOMED CT®

Event Descriptors in SNOMED CT®

Generic Specifiers in SNOMED CT®

Physical Forces in SNOMED CT®

The Classification of Life in SNOMED CT®

Procedure Descriptors in SNOMED CT®

Observable Phenomenon in SNOMED CT®

Medication in SNOMED CT®

Specific Situations in SNOMED CT®

Social Concepts in SNOMED CT®

Special Concepts in SNOMED CT®

Specimens in SNOMED CT®

Staging and Scales in SNOMED CT®

Substances in SNOMED CT®

SNOMED CT® Resources at NHS Digital

SNOMED CT® and Interoperability at the Tokyo Olympics

What’s a Kinkajou got to do with 21st Century Medical Terminology?


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  1. […] Amongst the standards that map onto the Interoperability Framework are the READ codes. The NHS Digital website details how the READ codes are divided into READ version 2 and READ version 3. READ version 3 is also referred to as CTV3.  The NHS Digital website describes the READ codes as a ‘coded thesaurus of clinical terms’. The READ codes are being retired in 2018 according to the site and will be replaced by SNOMED CT® which I have covered elsewhere. […]


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