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A new microglossary for biopsy pathology


, : A new microglossary for biopsy pathology. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift 94(14): 379-380

The documentation of surgical biopsy reports involves the ordering, processing and retrieval of their informative content. Large amounts of data require computerization, which in turn demands a hierarchical code for optimal exploitation. The best coded nomenclature at present is the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED), which was developed from the Systematized Nomenclature of Pathology (1965) after a 10-year trial and systematic evaluation. This system is based on the principle of facet classification and was conceived especially for computerized data processing. A microglossary is a strict subset of diagnostic terms for one particular field, which has been chosen from the entire set of medical terms available. The microglossary for computerized processing of biopsy data, which is currently being developed at the Department of Pathology of Graz University, is presented in this paper.

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