UMLS


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UMLSUnified Medical Language System (US National Library of Medicine)
UMLSUniversity of Michigan Law School
UMLSUnited Methodist Leadership Scholars
UMLSUniversity of Minnesota Law School
UMLSUCLES Mailing List Service (University of Cambridge; UK)
UMLSUniversity of Melbourne Law Society (Australia)
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The UMLS project began in 1986 at the National Library of Medicine and the first version was released in 1989 (Humphreys and Lindberg 1993; Humphreys et al.
Consider the definitions in table 1: the manifestation relation from UMLS has a very precise definition, but we were unable to find examples of it in medical texts.
Inter-Media Concept-Based Medical Images Indexing and Retrieval with UMLS at IPAL.
However, the medical librarians were less skillful in items covered under statement 5, applications in emerging areas of biomedicine, computational biology and health information, which involves GenBank, EMBL, DNA Data Bank of Japan, SWISS-PROT, PIR, UMLS, RxNorm, SNOMED CT, DICOM, and HL7).
Con el mismo proposito que caracteriza el SNOMED-CT, el UMLS se diseno para la implementacion y el desarrollo de la HCE, buscando facilitar el desarrollo de sistemas que <<comprendan>> el significado del lenguaje medico (22).
Efforts in biomedical ontology such as UMLS (Unified Medical Language System), GO (Gene Ontology) and SNOMED-CT (Systematized nomenclature of medicine clinical terms), emerge as cornerstones supporting better taxonomy for terminologies and semantic interoperability.
Building Concept Maps from Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) Dataset, Journal of E-Technology , 2 (3) 98-103.
O repositorio de conhecimento foi composto pela ontologia Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA), uma ontologia de referencia no dominio anatomico (ROSSE; MEJINO, 2003, 2008), e pelo metatesauro Unified Medical Language System (UMLS), um repositorio que integra varios vocabularios biomedicos (BODENREIDER, 2004).
We used the National Library of Medicine (NLM) MetaMap, which is a program to map biomedical text to the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) Metathesaurus or, equivalently, to discover Metathesaurus concepts referred to in text [15].