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{{definition|A qualifier is an attribute that changes the meaning of a clinical concept, such that the resulting qualified meaning is a subtype of the original meaning. Laterality='Left', Severity='Mild' and Finding Site = 'Knee' are all examples of qualifiers.
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{{Definition|A property that refines the meaning of a concept. A qualified concept is a subtype of the root concept.|A qualifier is an attribute that changes the meaning of a clinical concept, such that the resulting qualified meaning is a subtype of the original meaning_ Laterality='Left', Severity='Mild' and Finding Site = 'Knee' are all examples of qualifiers.
 
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{{Reference Definition|Qualifying characteristic: An attribute-value relationship associated with a concept code to indicate to users that it may be applied to refine the meaning of the code. The set of qualifying relationships provide syntactically correct values that can be presented to a user for post-coordination. Example: “‘Revision status’ : ‘First revision’” is a possible qualifying characteristic
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of ‘Hip replacement’. A qualifying characteristic is contrasted with a defining characteristic. It is referred to in CTV3 as a ‘Qualifier’.|IHTSDO | SNOMED CT User Guide
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Definition: A property that refines the meaning of a concept. A qualified concept is a subtype of the root concept.
Reference Definition: Qualifying characteristic: An attribute-value relationship associated with a concept code to indicate to users that it may be applied to refine the meaning of the code. The set of qualifying relationships provide syntactically correct values that can be presented to a user for post-coordination. Example: “‘Revision status’ : ‘First revision’” is a possible qualifying characteristic of ‘Hip replacement’. A qualifying characteristic is contrasted with a defining characteristic. It is referred to in CTV3 as a ‘Qualifier’. (IHTSDO) - SNOMED CT User Guide
See also: C

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