Category talk:Precoordinated Concept

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"A concept, which is defined in terms of two-or-more other concepts, within a terminology set, and which has been assigned a unique identifier."

Pre-coordination does not require explicit structure within the system. "Arm" is precoordinated, whether or not it is fully defined (e.g., as "extremity" + "has anteriority" + "upper").

--Jay Lyle 16:15, 24 February 2012 (EST)

--Anneke Goossen 05:49, 28 February 2012 (EST)

In the Snomed CT User Guide the term Precoordinated expression is used. This is described as a representation of a clinical meaning using a single concept identifier is referred to as a pre-coordinated expression.

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