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					The controlled terminology in this spreadsheet supports Study Data Tabulation Model Implementation Guide Version
3.1.1 (SDTMIG v3.1.1). It represents all SDTM controlled terminology developed and in production to date, comprising
SDTM Packages 1, 2A & 2B, 3 and Labtest Packages 1, 2 & 3. Also included in the release is controlled terminology for
one CDASH field. This is the final major release of terminology for SDTMIG v3.1.1. Additional Labtest terminology will
developed on an ongoing basis. Other future additions to the v3.1.1 terminology set will be handled via a terminology
maintenance process.
                      Column
Code (Column A)



Codelist Code (Column B)




Codelist Extensible (Yes/No) (Column C)




Codelist Name (Column D)



CDISC Submission Value (Column E)



CDISC Preferred Term (Column F)




CDISC Synonym(s) (Column G)




CDISC Definition (Column H)

NCI Preferred Term (Column I)
Pre-release / Production (Column J)
Notes (Reference for CDISC PT) (Column K)
dsheet supports Study Data Tabulation Model Implementation Guide Version
DTM controlled terminology developed and in production to date, comprising
 t Packages 1, 2 & 3. Also included in the release is controlled terminology for
 elease of terminology for SDTMIG v3.1.1. Additional Labtest terminology will be
 ture additions to the v3.1.1 terminology set will be handled via a terminology

                                            Description
             Unique numeric code randomly generated by NCI Thesaurus (NCIt) and
             assigned to individual CDISC controlled terms.
             Unique numeric code assigned to the SDTM parent codelist names.
             This code is repeated for each controlled term (aka permissible value)
             belonging to a codelist. As of 9/22/2008, this code was dropped for
             parent codelist entries, where it created confusion.
             **NOTE - light blue highlighting is used to identify the beginning of a new
             SDTM codelist and its applicable term set.
             Defines if controlled terms may be added to the codelist. New terms
             may be added to existing codelist values as long as they are not
             duplicates or synonyms of existing terms. The expectation is that
             sponsors will use the published controlled terminology as a standard
             baseline and codelists defined as “extensible” (or "Yes") may have terms
             added by the sponsor internally.
             Contains the descriptive name of the codelist which is also referred to as
             the codelist label in the SDTM IG. As with the Codelist Code, the
             Codelist Name is repeated for each controlled term belonging to a
             codelist.
             IMPORTANT COLUMN: Currently (as per SDTMIG 3.1.1) this is the
             specific value expected for submissions. Each value corresponds to an
             SDTM Codelist Name as indicated by light blue shading.
             This is the CDISC preferred name for a term as identified in the NCI
             Thesaurus (NCIt) environment and to which numeric codes (Column A)
             are assigned. In most cases, the Preferred Term or PT is redundant
             with the "CDISC Submission Value" in Column E.
             This identifies the applicable synonyms for a CDISC Preferred Term in
             Column F.                                                    **NOTE -
             this is especially important in instances where a Test name or Parameter
             Test name contains a corresponding Test Code or Parameter Test
             Code. Examples include: TSPARM rows 746-767, VSTEST rows 807-
             819, LBTEST rows 916-1004 and EGTEST rows 1222-1267.
             This identifies the CDISC definition for a particular term. In many cases
             an existing NCI definition has been used. The source for a definition is
             noted in parentheses (e.g. NCI, CDISC glossary, FDA).
             This is the NCI preferred name for a term as identified in NCIt.
             Removed from 2009-05-01 publication.
             Removed from 2009-05-01 publication.
                    Codelist
         Codelist
Code                Extensible   Codelist Name             CDISC Submission Value
         Code
                    (Yes/No)
C66767              No           Action Taken with Study   ACN
                                 Treatment

C49503   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   DOSE INCREASED
                                 Treatment

C49504   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   DOSE NOT CHANGED
                                 Treatment
C49505   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   DOSE REDUCED
                                 Treatment

C49501   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   DRUG INTERRUPTED
                                 Treatment

C49502   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   DRUG WITHDRAWN
                                 Treatment

C48660   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   NOT APPLICABLE
                                 Treatment
C17998   C66767                  Action Taken with Study   UNKNOWN
                                 Treatment
C66768              No           Outcome of Event          OUT


C48275   C66768                  Outcome of Event          FATAL

C49494   C66768                  Outcome of Event          NOT RECOVERED/NOT
                                                           RESOLVED

C49498   C66768                  Outcome of Event          RECOVERED/RESOLVED


C49495   C66768                  Outcome of Event          RECOVERED/RESOLVED
                                                           WITH SEQUELAE


C49496   C66768                  Outcome of Event          RECOVERING/RESOLVING


C17998   C66768                  Outcome of Event          UNKNOWN

C66780              Yes          Age Span                  AGESPAN

C27954   C66780                  Age Span                  ADOLESCENT (12-17
                                                           YEARS)

C49685   C66780                  Age Span                  ADULT (18-65)
C49683   C66780                  Age Span                  CHILDREN (2-11 YEARS)

C16268   C66780                  Age Span                  ELDERLY (> 65)
C49641   C66780        Age Span                IN UTERO



C49643   C66780        Age Span                INFANT AND TODDLER (28
                                               DAYS - 23 MONTHS)
C16731   C66780        Age Span                NEWBORN (0-27 DAYS)
C49642   C66780        Age Span                PRETERM NEWBORN
                                               INFANTS
C66781            No   Age Unit                AGEU

C25301   C66781        Age Unit                DAYS


C25529   C66781        Age Unit                HOURS


C29846   C66781        Age Unit                MONTHS



C29844   C66781        Age Unit                WEEKS
C29848   C66781        Age Unit                YEARS


C66797            No   Category for            IECAT
                       Inclusion/Exclusion


C25370   C66797        Category for            EXCLUSION
                       Inclusion/Exclusion

C25532   C66797        Category for            INCLUSION
                       Inclusion/Exclusion



C66783            No   CDISC System Organ Class SOC


C35814   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC
                                                SYSTEM DISORDERS

C3079    C66783        CDISC System Organ Class CARDIAC DISORDERS


C49399   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class CONGENITAL, FAMILIAL AND
                                                GENETIC DISORDERS


C49400   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class EAR AND LABYRINTH
                                                DISORDERS
C3009    C66783   CDISC System Organ Class ENDOCRINE DISORDERS


C26767   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class EYE DISORDERS


C2990    C66783   CDISC System Organ Class GASTROINTESTINAL
                                           DISORDERS

C49401   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class GENERAL DISORDERS AND
                                           ADMINISTRATION SITE
                                           CONDITIONS


C3959    C66783   CDISC System Organ Class HEPATOBILIARY
                                           DISORDERS

C3507    C66783   CDISC System Organ Class IMMUNE SYSTEM
                                           DISORDERS
C26726   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class INFECTIONS AND
                                           INFESTATIONS

C49402   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class INJURY, POISONING AND
                                           PROCEDURAL
                                           COMPLICATIONS
C41198   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class INVESTIGATIONS


C49403   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class METABOLISM AND
                                           NUTRITION DISORDERS

C27574   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class MUSCULOSKELETAL AND
                                           CONNECTIVE TISSUE
                                           DISORDERS

C3262    C66783   CDISC System Organ Class NEOPLASMS BENIGN,
                                           MALIGNANT AND
                                           UNSPECIFIED (INCL CYSTS
                                           AND POLYPS)




C26835   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class NERVOUS SYSTEM
                                           DISORDERS

C49404   C66783   CDISC System Organ Class PREGNANCY, PUERPERIUM
                                           AND PERINATAL
                                           CONDITIONS
C2893    C66783        CDISC System Organ Class PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS




C3430    C66783        CDISC System Organ Class RENAL AND URINARY
                                                DISORDERS
C49405   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
                                                AND BREAST DISORDERS

C27669   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class RESPIRATORY, THORACIC
                                                AND MEDIASTINAL
                                                DISORDERS

C3371    C66783        CDISC System Organ Class SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS
                                                TISSUE DISORDERS

C20188   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES


C25218   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class SURGICAL AND MEDICAL
                                                PROCEDURES
C35117   C66783        CDISC System Organ Class VASCULAR DISORDERS


C66784            No   Common Terminology            TOXGR
                       Criteria for Adverse Events




C41338   C66784        Common Terminology            1
                       Criteria for Adverse Events



C41339   C66784        Common Terminology            2
                       Criteria for Adverse Events




C41340   C66784        Common Terminology            3
                       Criteria for Adverse Events

C41337   C66784        Common Terminology            4
                       Criteria for Adverse Events




C48275   C66784        Common Terminology            5
                       Criteria for Adverse Events
C66785            Yes   Control Type   TCNTRL



C49649   C66785         Control Type   ACTIVE


C41132   C66785         Control Type   NONE
C49648   C66785         Control Type   PLACEBO




C66786            No    Country        COUNTRY



C17884   C66786         Country        ABW
C16267   C66786         Country        AFG

C16292   C66786         Country        AGO


C20133   C66786         Country        AIA
C44481   C66786         Country        ALA

C16271   C66786         Country        ALB


C16289   C66786         Country        AND

C16904   C66786         Country        ANT



C17232   C66786         Country        ARE


C16305   C66786         Country        ARG

C16306   C66786         Country        ARM
C17739   C66786         Country        ASM

C18007   C66786         Country        ATA
C20105   C66786         Country        ATF


C16303   C66786         Country        ATG

C16311   C66786         Country        AUS

C16312   C66786         Country        AUT
C16316   C66786   Country   AZE

C16371   C66786   Country   BDI

C16329   C66786   Country   BEL

C16333   C66786   Country   BEN

C16369   C66786   Country   BFA
C16323   C66786   Country   BGD

C16368   C66786   Country   BGR

C16322   C66786   Country   BHR

C16321   C66786   Country   BHS

C16361   C66786   Country   BIH

C16372   C66786   Country   BLR
C16331   C66786   Country   BLZ

C16334   C66786   Country   BMU

C16359   C66786   Country   BOL

C16364   C66786   Country   BRA

C16324   C66786   Country   BRB

C16367   C66786   Country   BRN

C16336   C66786   Country   BTN
C20104   C66786   Country   BVT

C16363   C66786   Country   BWA
C16409   C66786   Country   CAF

C16380   C66786   Country   CAN



C16445   C66786   Country   CCK

C17181   C66786   Country   CHE

C16427   C66786   Country   CHL


C16428   C66786   Country   CHN


C16762   C66786   Country   CIV
C16379   C66786   Country   CMR

C17266   C66786   Country   COD


C16467   C66786   Country   COG

C16469   C66786   Country   COK

C16449   C66786   Country   COL



C16458   C66786   Country   COM


C16382   C66786   Country   CPV

C16470   C66786   Country   CRI


C16477   C66786   Country   CUB

C44482   C66786   Country   CXR

C16391   C66786   Country   CYM

C16480   C66786   Country   CYP
C17668   C66786   Country   CZE
C16636   C66786   Country   DEU


C16506   C66786   Country   DJI

C16519   C66786   Country   DMA


C16496   C66786   Country   DNK



C16520   C66786   Country   DOM


C16274   C66786   Country   DZA

C16528   C66786   Country   ECU


C16530   C66786   Country   EGY

C16558   C66786   Country   ERI

C20113   C66786   Country   ESH
C17152   C66786   Country   ESP


C16562   C66786   Country   EST

C16563   C66786   Country   ETH
C16584   C66786   Country   FIN


C16582   C66786   Country   FJI

C17954   C66786   Country   FLK

C16592   C66786   Country   FRA



C16573   C66786   Country   FRO


C17881   C66786   Country   FSM


C16596   C66786   Country   GAB


C17233   C66786   Country   GBR



C16634   C66786   Country   GEO

C64375   C66786   Country   GGY




C26330   C66786   Country   GHA

C16638   C66786   Country   GIB

C16655   C66786   Country   GIN


C16651   C66786   Country   GLP

C16598   C66786   Country   GMB

C16656   C66786   Country   GNB

C16557   C66786   Country   GNQ
C16645   C66786   Country   GRC


C16647   C66786   Country   GRD

C16646   C66786   Country   GRL

C16654   C66786   Country   GTM


C16593   C66786   Country   GUF

C16652   C66786   Country   GUM

C16657   C66786   Country   GUY


C16695   C66786   Country   HKG

C20106   C66786   Country   HMD


C16694   C66786   Country   HND



C16474   C66786   Country   HRV


C16660   C66786   Country   HTI



C16699   C66786   Country   HUN
C16728   C66786   Country   IDN


C16727   C66786   Country   IND

C16365   C66786   Country   IOT

C16757   C66786   Country   IRL


C16755   C66786   Country   IRN


C16756   C66786   Country   IRQ

C16704   C66786   Country   ISL


C16760   C66786   Country   ISR
C16761   C66786   Country   ITA


C16763   C66786   Country   JAM
C16765   C66786   Country   JOR

C16764   C66786   Country   JPN


C64374   C66786   Country   JRE



C20107   C66786   Country   KAZ
C16769   C66786   Country   KEN

C16771   C66786   Country   KGZ
C16378   C66786   Country   KHM

C16639   C66786   Country   KIR


C17885   C66786   Country   KNA

C16774   C66786   Country   KOR


C16775   C66786   Country   KWT

C16780   C66786   Country   LAO


C16784   C66786   Country   LBN

C16791   C66786   Country   LBR

C16793   C66786   Country   LBY

C17113   C66786   Country   LCA


C16794   C66786   Country   LIE

C17163   C66786   Country   LKA

C16787   C66786   Country   LSO

C16799   C66786   Country   LTU

C16803   C66786   Country   LUX

C16783   C66786   Country   LVA

C16807   C66786   Country   MAC
C16878   C66786   Country   MAR


C16874   C66786   Country   MCO


C16871   C66786   Country   MDA

C16808   C66786   Country   MDG

C16815   C66786   Country   MDV

C16850   C66786   Country   MEX



C16822   C66786   Country   MHL

C17654   C66786   Country   MKD

C16816   C66786   Country   MLI
C16817   C66786   Country   MLT

C16370   C66786   Country   MMR


C64378   C66786   Country   MNE



C16875   C66786   Country   MNG
C17882   C66786   Country   MNP


C16882   C66786   Country   MOZ


C16826   C66786   Country   MRT

C16876   C66786   Country   MSR

C16823   C66786   Country   MTQ

C16827   C66786   Country   MUS

C16813   C66786   Country   MWI
C16814   C66786   Country   MYS



C16828   C66786   Country   MYT


C16891   C66786   Country   NAM
C16913   C66786   Country   NCL

C16916   C66786   Country   NER
C16919   C66786   Country   NFK

C16917   C66786   Country   NGA

C16915   C66786   Country   NIC


C16918   C66786   Country   NIU

C16903   C66786   Country   NLD

C16920   C66786   Country   NOR

C16901   C66786   Country   NPL
C16896   C66786   Country   NRU

C16914   C66786   Country   NZL

C16933   C66786   Country   OMN


C16949   C66786   Country   PAK


C16951   C66786   Country   PAN


C16993   C66786   Country   PCN


C16972   C66786   Country   PER

C16978   C66786   Country   PHL


C17733   C66786   Country   PLW


C16952   C66786   Country   PNG



C17002   C66786   Country   POL
C17043   C66786   Country   PRI

C16773   C66786   Country   PRK


C17006   C66786   Country   PRT

C16953   C66786   Country   PRY
C20110   C66786   Country   PSE


C16594   C66786   Country   PYF

C17045   C66786   Country   QAT

C17095   C66786   Country   REU

C17108   C66786   Country   ROU

C17111   C66786   Country   RUS



C17112   C66786   Country   RWA

C17117   C66786   Country   SAU

C64377   C66786   Country   SCG



C17170   C66786   Country   SDN

C17121   C66786   Country   SEN


C17134   C66786   Country   SGP

C20111   C66786   Country   SGS


C17164   C66786   Country   SHN

C17178   C66786   Country   SJM


C17148   C66786   Country   SLB

C17130   C66786   Country   SLE

C16532   C66786   Country   SLV

C17115   C66786   Country   SMR

C17149   C66786   Country   SOM

C17165   C66786   Country   SPM


C17116   C66786   Country   STP
C17175   C66786   Country   SUR


C17669   C66786   Country   SVK
C17138   C66786   Country   SVN

C17180   C66786   Country   SWE


C17179   C66786   Country   SWZ

C17129   C66786   Country   SYC

C17182   C66786   Country   SYR

C17224   C66786   Country   TCA

C16412   C66786   Country   TCD
C17202   C66786   Country   TGO

C17192   C66786   Country   THA


C17183   C66786   Country   TJK
C17704   C66786   Country   TKL

C17223   C66786   Country   TKM

C17200   C66786   Country   TLS




C17205   C66786   Country   TON

C17217   C66786   Country   TTO

C17221   C66786   Country   TUN

C17222   C66786   Country   TUR




C17225   C66786   Country   TUV


C17184   C66786   Country   TWN
C17185   C66786         Country           TZA

C17228   C66786         Country           UGA
C17229   C66786         Country           UKR

C20112   C66786         Country           UMI



C17244   C66786         Country           URY

C17234   C66786         Country           USA


C17246   C66786         Country           UZB
C17249   C66786         Country           VAT

C17114   C66786         Country           VCT

C17250   C66786         Country           VEN


C17653   C66786         Country           VGB

C17255   C66786         Country           VIR

C17252   C66786         Country           VNM


C17247   C66786         Country           VUT

C17259   C66786         Country           WLF

C17740   C66786         Country           WSM

C17264   C66786         Country           YEM


C17151   C66786         Country           ZAF

C17267   C66786         Country           ZMB
C17268   C66786         Country           ZWE

C66787            Yes   Diagnosis Group   TDIGRP




C49651   C66787         Diagnosis Group   HEALTHY SUBJECTS


C66788            Yes   Dictionary Name   DICTNAM
C49471   C66788         Dictionary Name        COSTART



C49474   C66788         Dictionary Name        ICD




C49476   C66788         Dictionary Name        LOINC


C43820   C66788         Dictionary Name        MedDRA




C53489   C66788         Dictionary Name        SNOMED


C49468   C66788         Dictionary Name        WHOART


C49475   C66788         Dictionary Name        WHODD


C66789            No    Not Done               ND

C49484   C66789         Not Done               NOT DONE

C66790            Yes   Patient Ethnic Group   ETHNIC




C17459   C66790         Patient Ethnic Group   HISPANIC OR LATINO
C41222   C66790         Patient Ethnic Group    NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO



C43234   C66790         Patient Ethnic Group    NOT REPORTED
C17998   C66790         Patient Ethnic Group    UNKNOWN

C66726            Yes   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FRM
                        Form




C42887   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   AEROSOL
                        Form




C42888   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   AEROSOL, FOAM
                        Form




C42960   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   AEROSOL, METERED
                        Form

C42971   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   AEROSOL, POWDER
                        Form


C42889   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   AEROSOL, SPRAY
                        Form


C42892   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   BAR, CHEWABLE
                        Form
C42890   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   BEAD
                        Form
C43451   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   BEAD, IMPLANT, EXTENDED
                        Form                    RELEASE



C42891   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   BLOCK
                        Form
C25158   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE
                  Form



C42895   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, COATED
                  Form


C42896   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, COATED
                  Form                    PELLETS



C42917   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, COATED,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE




C42902   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, DELAYED
                  Form                    RELEASE




C42904   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, DELAYED
                  Form                    RELEASE PELLETS




C42916   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE




C42928   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, FILM COATED,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE




C42936   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, GELATIN
                  Form                    COATED
C42954   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CAPSULE, LIQUID FILLED
                  Form




C45414   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CEMENT
                  Form
C42678   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CIGARETTE
                  Form



C60884   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CLOTH
                  Form

C60891   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CONCENTRATE
                  Form

C42900   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CONE
                  Form



C42919   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CORE, EXTENDED RELEASE
                  Form

C28944   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CREAM
                  Form

C60897   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CREAM, AUGMENTED
                  Form




C42901   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CRYSTAL
                  Form


C45415   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   CULTURE
                  Form
C47890   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   DIAPHRAGM
                  Form

C43525   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   DISC
                  Form
C42679   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   DOUCHE
                  Form



C42763   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   DRESSING
                  Form
C17423   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
                  Form

C42912   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   ELIXIR
                  Form

C42913   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   EMULSION
                  Form




C42915   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   ENEMA
                  Form
C42929   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   EXTRACT
                  Form




C60926   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FIBER, EXTENDED RELEASE
                  Form


C42932   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FILM
                  Form
C42920   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE
                  Form


C42984   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FILM, SOLUBLE
                  Form
C60927   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FOR SOLUTION
                  Form
C60928   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FOR SUSPENSION
                  Form
C60929   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   FOR SUSPENSION,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE


C42933   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GAS
                  Form
C42934   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GEL
                  Form




C42906   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GEL, DENTIFRICE
                  Form



C60930   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GEL, METERED
                  Form

C48193   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GENERATOR
                  Form


C42937   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GLOBULE
                  Form




C45416   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRAFT
                  Form
C42938   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE
                  Form
C42903   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE, DELAYED
                  Form                    RELEASE


C42909   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE, EFFERVESCENT
                  Form



C42939   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE, FOR SOLUTION
                  Form




C42940   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE, FOR
                  Form                    SUSPENSION
C42921   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GRANULE, FOR
                  Form                    SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
                                          RELEASE



C42941   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GUM
                  Form
C42894   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GUM, CHEWING
                  Form

C42978   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   GUM, RESIN
                  Form
C42942   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   IMPLANT
                  Form

C42944   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INHALANT
                  Form




C60931   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTABLE, LIPOSOMAL
                  Form


C42946   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION
                  Form

C42914   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, EMULSION
                  Form

C42950   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, LIPID COMPLEX
                  Form
C42974   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
                  Form                    SOLUTION
C42976   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
                  Form                    SUSPENSION

C42977   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
                  Form                    SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
                                          RELEASE



C42959   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER,
                  Form                    LYOPHILIZED, FOR
                                          LIPOSOMAL SUSPENSION
C42957   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER,
                  Form                    LYOPHILIZED, FOR
                                          SOLUTION




C42958   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER,
                  Form                    LYOPHILIZED, FOR
                                          SUSPENSION




C42956   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, POWDER,
                  Form                    LYOPHILIZED, FOR
                                          SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
                                          RELEASE


C42945   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SOLUTION
                  Form


C42899   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SOLUTION,
                  Form                    CONCENTRATE


C42995   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SUSPENSION
                  Form



C42926   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE




C42951   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
                  Form                    LIPOSOMAL
C42988   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
                  Form                    SONICATED




C60933   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INSERT
                  Form


C42922   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INSERT, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE




C47915   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   INTRAUTERINE DEVICE
                  Form
C42947   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   IRRIGANT
                  Form

C42948   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   JELLY
                  Form



C47916   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   KIT
                  Form
C45413   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LINER, DENTAL
                  Form
C42949   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LINIMENT
                  Form

C42952   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LIPSTICK
                  Form
C42953   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LIQUID
                  Form




C60934   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LIQUID, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE


C29167   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LOTION
                  Form
C60957   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LOTION. AUGMENTED
                  Form




C60958   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LOTION/SHAMPOO
                  Form

C42955   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   LOZENGE
                  Form


C29269   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   MOUTHWASH
                  Form
C48624   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   NOT APPLICABLE
                  Form
C42965   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   OIL
                  Form



C42966   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   OINTMENT
                  Form




C60984   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   OINTMENT, AUGMENTED
                  Form




C47887   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PACKING
                  Form

C42967   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PASTE
                  Form




C42907   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PASTE, DENTIFRICE
                  Form

C60985   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PASTILLE
                  Form
C42968   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PATCH
                  Form




C42923   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PATCH, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE



C42911   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PATCH, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE, ELECTRICALLY
                                          CONTROLLED



C42969   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PELLET
                  Form

C42943   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PELLET, IMPLANTABLE
                  Form




C42918   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PELLETS, COATED,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE




C25394   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PILL
                  Form
C42970   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   PLASTER
                  Form




C47913   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POULTICE
                  Form

C42972   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POWDER
                  Form

C42908   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POWDER, DENTIFRICE
                  Form

C42973   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POWDER, FOR SOLUTION
                  Form
C42975   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POWDER, FOR
                  Form                    SUSPENSION



C42961   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   POWDER, METERED
                  Form

C60988   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   RING
                  Form


C42979   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   RINSE
                  Form
C42980   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SALVE
                  Form

C42981   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SHAMPOO
                  Form

C42982   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SHAMPOO, SUSPENSION
                  Form


C42983   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOAP
                  Form



C42986   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION
                  Form




C42898   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION, CONCENTRATE
                  Form



C42987   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION, FOR SLUSH
                  Form



C60994   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION, GEL FORMING /
                  Form                    DROPS
C42935   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION, GEL FORMING,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE

C60992   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SOLUTION/ DROPS
                  Form
C47912   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SPONGE
                  Form


C42989   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SPRAY
                  Form
C42962   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SPRAY, METERED
                  Form

C42990   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SPRAY, SUSPENSION
                  Form



C42991   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   STICK
                  Form
C47914   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   STRIP
                  Form
C42993   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUPPOSITORY
                  Form


C42924   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUPPOSITORY, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE

C42994   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUSPENSION
                  Form



C42925   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE




C60995   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUSPENSION/DROPS
                  Form
C47889   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SUTURE
                  Form
C47898   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SWAB
                  Form


C42996   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   SYRUP
                  Form



C42998   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET
                  Form
C42893   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, CHEWABLE
                  Form



C42897   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, COATED
                  Form

C60997   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, COATED
                  Form                    PARTICLES

C42905   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE
                  Form

C42997   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, DELAYED RELEASE
                  Form                    PARTICLES



C42910   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, EFFERVESCENT
                  Form



C42927   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, EXTENDED
                  Form                    RELEASE

C42931   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, FILM COATED
                  Form


C42930   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, FILM COATED,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE




C61004   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, FOR SOLUTION
                  Form
C61005   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, FOR SUSPENSION
                  Form

C42964   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, MULTILAYER
                  Form


C42963   C66726   Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, MULTILAYER,
                  Form                    EXTENDED RELEASE
C42999   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, ORALLY
                        Form                    DISINTEGRATING

C61006   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, ORALLY
                        Form                    DISINTEGRATING, DELAYED
                                                RELEASE


C42985   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, SOLUBLE
                        Form

C42992   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TABLET, SUGAR COATED
                        Form


C47892   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TAMPON
                        Form


C47897   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TAPE
                        Form

C43000   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TINCTURE
                        Form
C43001   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage   TROCHE
                        Form


C43002   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage      UNASSIGNED
                        Form
C43003   C66726         Pharmaceutical Dosage      WAFER
                        Form
C66727            Yes   Completion/Reason for Non- NCOMPLT
                        Completion

C41331   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- ADVERSE EVENT
                        Completion




C25250   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- COMPLETED
                        Completion
C28554   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   DEATH
                        Completion
C48226   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   LACK OF EFFICACY
                        Completion
C48227   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   LOST TO FOLLOW-UP
                        Completion
C49631   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   NON-COMPLIANCE WITH
                        Completion                   STUDY DRUG

C17649   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- OTHER
                        Completion
C48250   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- PHYSICIAN DECISION
                        Completion

C25742   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- PREGNANCY
                        Completion


C35571   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- PROGRESSIVE DISEASE
                        Completion
C48251   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- PROTOCOL VIOLATION
                        Completion
C25746   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non- RECOVERY
                        Completion

C49628   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   SCREEN FAILURE
                        Completion
C49632   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   STUDY TERMINATED BY
                        Completion                   SPONSOR
C49633   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
                        Completion
C49634   C66727         Completion/Reason for Non-   WITHDRAWAL BY SUBJECT
                        Completion
C66728            No    Relation to Reference        STENRF
                        Period

C38008   C66728         Relation to Reference        AFTER
                        Period
C25629   C66728         Relation to Reference        BEFORE
                        Period
C25490   C66728         Relation to Reference        DURING
                        Period
C49640   C66728         Relation to Reference        DURING/AFTER
                        Period
C17998   C66728         Relation to Reference        U
                        Period
C66729            Yes   Route of Administration      ROUTE


C38192   C66729         Route of Administration      AURICULAR (OTIC)

C38193   C66729         Route of Administration      BUCCAL
C38194   C66729   Route of Administration   CONJUNCTIVAL


C38675   C66729   Route of Administration   CUTANEOUS

C38197   C66729   Route of Administration   DENTAL

C38633   C66729   Route of Administration   ELECTRO-OSMOSIS

C38205   C66729   Route of Administration   ENDOCERVICAL

C38206   C66729   Route of Administration   ENDOSINUSIAL

C38208   C66729   Route of Administration   ENDOTRACHEAL

C38209   C66729   Route of Administration   ENTERAL

C38210   C66729   Route of Administration   EPIDURAL

C38211   C66729   Route of Administration   EXTRA-AMNIOTIC

C38212   C66729   Route of Administration   EXTRACORPOREAL


C38200   C66729   Route of Administration   HEMODIALYSIS

C38215   C66729   Route of Administration   INFILTRATION

C38219   C66729   Route of Administration   INTERSTITIAL

C38220   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRA-ABDOMINAL

C38221   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRA-AMNIOTIC

C38222   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRA-ARTERIAL

C38223   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRA-ARTICULAR

C38224   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRABILIARY

C38225   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRABRONCHIAL

C38226   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRABURSAL

C38227   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACARDIAC

C38228   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACARTILAGINOUS


C38229   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACAUDAL

C38230   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACAVERNOUS
C38231   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACAVITARY


C38232   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACEREBRAL

C38233   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACISTERNAL

C38234   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACORNEAL


C38217   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACORONAL, DENTAL



C38218   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACORONARY

C38235   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRACORPORUS
                                            CAVERNOSUM

C38238   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRADERMAL

C38239   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRADISCAL

C38240   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRADUCTAL

C38241   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRADUODENAL

C38242   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRADURAL

C38243   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAEPIDERMAL

C38245   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAESOPHAGEAL

C38246   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAGASTRIC

C38247   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAGINGIVAL

C38249   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAILEAL

C38250   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRALESIONAL

C38251   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRALUMINAL

C38252   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRALYMPHATIC

C38253   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAMEDULLARY

C38254   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAMENINGEAL


C28161   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAMUSCULAR

C38255   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAOCULAR
C38256   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAOVARIAN

C38257   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAPERICARDIAL

C38258   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAPERITONEAL

C38259   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAPLEURAL

C38260   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAPROSTATIC

C38261   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAPULMONARY

C38262   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRASINAL

C38263   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRASPINAL

C38264   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRASYNOVIAL

C38265   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATENDINOUS

C38266   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATESTICULAR

C38267   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATHECAL


C38207   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATHORACIC

C38268   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATUBULAR

C38269   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATUMOR

C38270   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRATYMPANIC

C38272   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAUTERINE

C38273   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVASCULAR

C38276   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVENOUS

C38274   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVENOUS BOLUS

C38279   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVENOUS DRIP

C38277   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVENTRICULAR

C38278   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVESICAL

C38280   C66729   Route of Administration   INTRAVITREAL

C38203   C66729   Route of Administration   IONTOPHORESIS


C38281   C66729   Route of Administration   IRRIGATION
C38282   C66729   Route of Administration   LARYNGEAL

C38284   C66729   Route of Administration   NASAL

C38285   C66729   Route of Administration   NASOGASTRIC

C48623   C66729   Route of Administration   NOT APPLICABLE


C38286   C66729   Route of Administration   OCCLUSIVE DRESSING
                                            TECHNIQUE
C38287   C66729   Route of Administration   OPHTHALMIC

C38288   C66729   Route of Administration   ORAL

C38289   C66729   Route of Administration   OROPHARYNGEAL

C38290   C66729   Route of Administration   OTHER

C38291   C66729   Route of Administration   PARENTERAL

C38676   C66729   Route of Administration   PERCUTANEOUS

C38292   C66729   Route of Administration   PERIARTICULAR

C38677   C66729   Route of Administration   PERIDURAL

C38293   C66729   Route of Administration   PERINEURAL

C38294   C66729   Route of Administration   PERIODONTAL

C38295   C66729   Route of Administration   RECTAL

C38216   C66729   Route of Administration   RESPIRATORY
                                            (INHALATION)
C38296   C66729   Route of Administration   RETROBULBAR

C38198   C66729   Route of Administration   SOFT TISSUE

C38297   C66729   Route of Administration   SUBARACHNOID

C38298   C66729   Route of Administration   SUBCONJUNCTIVAL

C38299   C66729   Route of Administration   SUBCUTANEOUS

C38300   C66729   Route of Administration   SUBLINGUAL

C38301   C66729   Route of Administration   SUBMUCOSAL

C38304   C66729   Route of Administration   TOPICAL


C38305   C66729   Route of Administration   TRANSDERMAL
C38283   C66729        Route of Administration        TRANSMUCOSAL

C38307   C66729        Route of Administration        TRANSPLACENTAL

C38308   C66729        Route of Administration        TRANSTRACHEAL

C38309   C66729        Route of Administration        TRANSTYMPANIC

C38310   C66729        Route of Administration        UNASSIGNED

C38311   C66729        Route of Administration        UNKNOWN

C38312   C66729        Route of Administration        URETERAL

C38271   C66729        Route of Administration        URETHRAL

C38313   C66729        Route of Administration        VAGINAL

C66769            No   Severity/Intensity Scale for   AESEV
                       Adverse Events


C41338   C66769        Severity/Intensity Scale for   MILD
                       Adverse Events


C41339   C66769        Severity/Intensity Scale for   MODERATE
                       Adverse Events



C41340   C66769        Severity/Intensity Scale for   SEVERE
                       Adverse Events

C66731            No   Sex                            SEX



C16576   C66731        Sex                            F



C20197   C66731        Sex                            M



C17998   C66731        Sex                            U

C45908   C66731        Sex                            UN
C66732            No    Sex of Participants   SEXPOP


C49636   C66732         Sex of Participants   BOTH

C16576   C66732         Sex of Participants   F



C20197   C66732         Sex of Participants   M



C66733            Yes   Size                  SIZE

C49508   C66733         Size                  LARGE

C49507   C66733         Size                  MEDIUM

C25376   C66733         Size                  SMALL
C66734            Yes   Domain Abbreviation   DOMAIN




C49563   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   AD


C49562   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   AE

C49565   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   AU

C49566   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   BM

C49567   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   BR
C49568   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   CM




C49569   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   CO




C49578   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   DA


C49570   C66734         Domain Abbreviation   DC
C49572   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   DM



C49576   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   DS


C49585   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   DV




C49625   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   EE

C49626   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   EG



C49587   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   EX




C49588   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   FH


C49589   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   HU


C61536   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   IE



C49592   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   LB




C49602   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   MB

C49603   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   MH




C49604   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   ML



C61531   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   MS

C49605   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   OM
C49606   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   PC

C49608   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   PE




C61529   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   PG

C49607   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   PP

C49609   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   QS



C49610   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SC



C49616   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SE


C49611   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SG
C49612   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SK
C49613   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SL


C49614   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   ST

C49615   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SU



C49617   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   SV

C49618   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   TA


C49619   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   TE



C49620   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   TI


C53483   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   TS


C49621   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   TV

C49622   C66734   Domain Abbreviation   VS
C66735            Yes   Trial Blinding Schema   TBLIND


C15228   C66735         Trial Blinding Schema   DOUBLE BLIND



C49659   C66735         Trial Blinding Schema   OPEN LABEL


C28233   C66735         Trial Blinding Schema   SINGLE BLIND




C66736            Yes   Trial Indication Type   TINDTP


C49654   C66736         Trial Indication Type   CURE


C49653   C66736         Trial Indication Type   DIAGNOSIS


C49655   C66736         Trial Indication Type   MITIGATION



C49657   C66736         Trial Indication Type   PREVENTION



C49656   C66736         Trial Indication Type   TREATMENT


C66737            Yes   Trial Phase             TPHASE
C15600   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase I Trial




C15693   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase I/II Trial


C15601   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase II Trial




C15694   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase II/III Trial

C49686   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase IIa Trial


C49688   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase IIb Trial




C15602   C66737   Trial Phase   Phase III Trial
C49687   C66737         Trial Phase               Phase IIIa Trial


C49689   C66737         Trial Phase               Phase IIIb Trial




C15603   C66737         Trial Phase               Phase IV Trial




C47865   C66737         Trial Phase               Phase V Trial

C48660   C66737         Trial Phase               NA

C66738            Yes   Trial Summary Parameter   TSPARMCD
                        Test Code

C49703   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   ADDON
                        Test Code

C49700   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   AEDICT
                        Test Code
C49694   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   AGEMAX
                        Test Code
C49693   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   AGEMIN
                        Test Code
C20587   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   AGESPAN
                        Test Code
C50400   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   AGEU
                        Test Code
C25488   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   DOSE
                        Test Code

C49701   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   DRUGDICT
                        Test Code
C49697   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   LENGTH
                        Test Code
C49702   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   MHDICT
                        Test Code
C49692   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   PLANSUB
                        Test Code
C25196   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   RANDOM
                        Test Code




C38114   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   ROUTE
                        Test Code
C49696   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   SEXPOP
                        Test Code
C49698   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   STOPRULE
                        Test Code

C49658   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TBLIND
                        Test Code
C49647   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TCNTRL
                        Test Code


C49650   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TDIGRP
                        Test Code




C49652   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TINDTP
                        Test Code
C49802   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TITLE
                        Test Code
C48281   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TPHASE
                        Test Code




C49660   C66738         Trial Summary Parameter   TTYPE
                        Test Code
C67152            Yes   Trial Summary Parameter   TSPARM
                        Test Name

C49703   C67152         Trial Summary Parameter   Added on to Existing
                        Test Name                 Treatments

C49700   C67152         Trial Summary Parameter   Adverse Event Dictionary
                        Test Name
C49694   C67152         Trial Summary Parameter   Planned Maximum Age of
                        Test Name                 Subjects
C49693   C67152         Trial Summary Parameter   Planned Minimum Age of
                        Test Name                 Subjects
C20587   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Age Group
                  Test Name
C50400   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Age Unit
                  Test Name
C25488   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Dose per Administration
                  Test Name

C49701   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Drug Dictionary
                  Test Name
C49697   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial Length
                  Test Name
C49702   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Medical History Dictionary
                  Test Name
C49692   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Planned Number of Subjects
                  Test Name
C25196   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial is Randomized
                  Test Name




C38114   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Route of Administration
                  Test Name
C49696   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Sex of Participants
                  Test Name
C49698   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Study Stop Rules
                  Test Name

C49658   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial Blinding Schema
                  Test Name
C49647   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Control Type
                  Test Name


C49650   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Diagnosis Group
                  Test Name




C49652   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial Indication Type
                  Test Name
C49802   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial Title
                  Test Name
C48281   C67152   Trial Summary Parameter   Trial Phase Classification
                  Test Name
C49660   C67152         Trial Summary Parameter      Trial Type
                        Test Name
C66739            Yes   Trial Type                   TTYPE

C49664   C66739         Trial Type                   BIO-AVAILABILITY



C49665   C66739         Trial Type                   BIO-EQUIVALENCE




C49666   C66739         Trial Type                   EFFICACY


C49662   C66739         Trial Type                   PHARMACODYNAMIC



C39493   C66739         Trial Type                   PHARMACOECONOMIC




C49661   C66739         Trial Type                   PHARMACOGENOMIC




C49663   C66739         Trial Type                   PHARMACOKINETIC


C49667   C66739         Trial Type                   SAFETY

C66770            Yes   Units for Vital Signs Results VSRESU


C25613   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results %

C49673   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results BEATS/MIN

C49674   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results BREATHS/MIN
C42559   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results C




C49668   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results cm


C44277   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results F




C48155   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results g

C48500   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results IN

C28252   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results kg




C49671   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results kg/m2

C48531   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results LB


C42569   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results m2



C49670   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results mmHg


C42554   C66770         Units for Vital Signs Results ohm




C66741            Yes   Vital Signs Test Code        VSTESTCD
C16358   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   BMI

C12472   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   BODYFAT


C25157   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   BSA




C25299   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   DIABP

C49680   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   FRMSIZE


C25347   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   HEIGHT


C49677   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   HR

C49679   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   MAP




C49676   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   PULSE




C49678   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   RESP


C25298   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   SYSBP

C25206   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   TEMP




C25208   C66741         Vital Signs Test Code   WEIGHT

C67153            Yes   Vital Signs Test Name   VSTEST
C16358   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Body Mass Index

C12472   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Adipose Tissue


C25157   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Body Surface Area




C25299   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Diastolic Blood Pressure

C49680   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Body Frame Size


C25347   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Height


C49677   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Heart Rate

C49679   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Mean Arterial Pressure




C49676   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Pulse Rate




C49678   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Respiratory Rate


C25298   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Systolic Blood Pressure

C25206   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Temperature




C25208   C67153   Vital Signs Test Name   Weight
C66742            No    No Yes Response        NY



C49487   C66742         No Yes Response        N
C48660   C66742         No Yes Response        NA

C17998   C66742         No Yes Response        U

C49488   C66742         No Yes Response        Y
C65047            Yes   Laboratory Test Code   LBTESTCD


C74797   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   ANISO

C79602   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   POIKILO

C38037   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   BILI

C38462   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   APTT



C41376   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   GLUC

C45997   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   PH

C51946   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   RBC

C51947   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   RETI

C51948   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   WBC

C51949   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   LYM

C51951   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   PLAT

C61019   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   BUN

C61032   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   CHOL


C61041   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   HDL


C61042   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   LDL

C62656   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   PT


C63321   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   NEUT

C64431   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   ALB
C64432   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALP

C64433   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALT


C64434   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AMYLASE

C64467   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AST


C64469   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BACT

C64470   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BASO

C64471   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BASOLE

C64481   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BILDIR

C64483   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BILIND

C64487   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BLASTLE

C64488   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CA

C64489   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CK

C64490   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKBB

C64491   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKMB

C64494   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKMM

C64495   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CL

C64545   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CO2

C64546   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   COLOR
C64547   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CREAT

C64548   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CRP

C64549   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ELLIPCY

C64550   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EOS

C64604   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EOSLE

C64605   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPIC

C64606   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   FIBRINO

C64796   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HCT
C64797   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MCH


C64798   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MCHC



C64799   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MCV

C64800   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RDW


C64801   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TEARDCY

C64802   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HYPO


C64803   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   POLYCHR

C64805   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INR




C64806   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   VLDL


C64807   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LIPASE

C64809   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SODIUM
C64810   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NITRITE
C64812   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TRIG

C64813   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TSH

C64814   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   URATE
C64815   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   UREA
C64816   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   UROBIL

C64817   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   VITB12

C64818   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMAT

C64819   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMATLE


C64820   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMLE

C64821   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MACROCY

C64822   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MICROCY

C64823   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MONO
C64824   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MONOLE

C64825   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MYBLALE

C64826   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MYCYLE

C64827   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NEUTLE

C64828   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RETIRBC

C64829   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PRLYMLE

C64830   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NEUTB

C64831   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NEUTBLE


C64832   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SPGRAV
C64840   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MG

C64847   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GGT


C64848   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HGB

C64849   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HBA1C


C64850   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HBSAG


C64851   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HCG

C64853   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   K

C64854   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   KETONES

C64855   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH


C64856   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LEUKASE

C64857   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PHOS

C64858   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROT


C17634   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PSA

C25747   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CREATCLR


C74604   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HAIRYCE
C74605   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BLAST

C74606   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD19

C74607   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD3

C74608   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD4

C74609   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD8

C74610   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DOHLE



C74611   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ESR


C74612   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HYPSEGCE


C74613   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMMCE

C74614   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MAYHEG



C74615   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   METAMY


C74616   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PAPPEN



C74617   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PELGERH


C74618   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMPL



C74619   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLSPCE


C74620   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROLYM

C74621   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROMONO

C74622   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROMY

C74624   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ROULEAUX

C74625   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SEZCE
C74626   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SCKLCE

C74627   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SMDGCE


C74628   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NEUTVAC

C74630   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BLASTLM



C74631   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MONOBL

C74632   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MYBLA

C74633   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ACANTRBC


C74634   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BTECERBC



C74635   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD19LY


C74636   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD3LY


C74637   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD4CD8


C74638   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD4LY


C74639   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CD8LY


C74640   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HRYCELY



C74641   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BLSTLMLY


C74643   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MLIGCEBC


C74645   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   METAMYLE



C74646   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MONOBLLE
C74647   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RBCNURBC




C74648   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMPLLY




C74649   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   POIKRBC


C74650   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLSPCELY



C74651   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROLYMLY


C74652   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROMONLE


C74653   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROMYLE


C74654   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMRCTLY



C74655   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SEZCELY


C74656   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SCKCERBC


C74657   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AUERRODS



C74658   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HELMETCE


C74659   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LGUNSCE



C74660   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MLIGCE

C74661   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLSMCE

C74662   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MYCY

C74663   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SPERM
C74664   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   YEAST

C74665   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYAMORPH


C74666   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AMORPHSD

C74667   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BICARB

C74668   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYBILI

C74669   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYCACAR

C74670   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYCAOXA

C74671   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYCAPHOS

C74672   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYCHOL

C74673   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CRYSTALS

C74674   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYCYSTIN

C74676   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   VITB9

C74677   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CARNITF

C74678   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   FRUCT


C74679   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   IRON
C74680   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYLEUC

C74681   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYMSU

C74682   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CARNIT

C74683   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYTYRO

C74684   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYURIAC

C74685   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANIONG


C74686   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OCCBLD

C74687   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AMPHET

C74688   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BARB

C74689   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CANNAB

C74690   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   COCAINE
C74698   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPIROCE

C74699   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ACANT

C74700   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BITECE


C74701   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BURRCE



C74702   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CABOT


C74703   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CRENCE



C74704   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HOWJOL



C74705   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RBCNUC



C74706   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SCHISTO

C74707   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SPHERO

C74708   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   STOMCY



C74709   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HEINZ


C74710   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HASAB

C74711   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HBSAB

C74712   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HCSAB

C74713   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HIV1AB

C74714   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HIV12AB

C74715   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HIV2AB

C74716   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RPR


C74717   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RF
C74718   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   IBCT

C74719   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   IBCU


C74721   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MUCTHR

C74723   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TURB
C74724   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HAVPCR

C74725   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HBVPCR

C74726   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HCVPCR

C74727   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HIVPCR

C74728   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLATGNT

C74729   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLATLRG

C74730   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MPV

C74731   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALDOLASE

C74732   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AFP

C74733   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   APOA1

C74734   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   APOB

C74735   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BNP


C74736   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CPEPTIDE

C74737   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   FERRITIN
C74738   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GLOBUL

C74739   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GLUTAM

C74740   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HAPTOG

C74741   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HOMOCY

C74743   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NTELOP

C74744   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OSTEOC

C74745   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SHBG



C74746   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TBG
C74747   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   T3

C74748   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   T3UP


C74749   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TROPONI

C74750   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TROPONT

C74751   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TNF

C74753   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BUNCREAT


C74754   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYHIPPAC

C74755   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYSULFA

C74756   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYTRPHOS

C74757   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYUNCLA

C74758   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYAMMBIU


C74759   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYAMMOX


C74761   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALBCREAT


C74762   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSBACT

C74763   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CASTS

C74764   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSCELL


C74765   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSGRANC

C74766   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSFAT

C74767   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   FGRANCS

C74768   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSGRAN

C74769   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSGRANF

C74770   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSHYAL

C74771   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSMIX


C74772   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSRBC
C74773   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPISQCE

C74774   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPISQTCE


C74775   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPITUCE

C74776   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSUNCLA

C74777   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSWAX

C74778   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSWBC

C74779   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CSEPI

C74780   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ACTH


C74781   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CORTISOL
C74782   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ESTRDIOL

C74783   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   FSH


C74784   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PTHFG


C74785   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TESTOSFR

C74786   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   T4FR

C74787   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   T3FR

C74788   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INSULIN
C74789   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PTHI


C74790   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LH

C74791   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROGEST

C80360   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SOMATRO

C74793   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TESTOS

C74794   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   T4

C74796   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OPIATE

C74910   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMMCELY


C74911   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PLSMCELY
C74912   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CYACIDU

C74913   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ADSDNA

C74916   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANA


C79437   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NCTD5P


C74876   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SIXMAM

C74838   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ACH

C74839   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ADPNCTN

C74894   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALBGLOB

C74841   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALDSTRN

C79438   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ALPCREAT


C79433   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GSTAL


C74799   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   AMMONIA

C74842   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANDSTNDL


C74843   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANDSTNDN

C74844   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANGTNS1

C74845   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANGTNS2

C74846   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANGTNSGN

C74691   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANTIDPRS

C74847   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ADH

C74886   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ANP

C74692   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BNZDZPN

C74800   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   BILEAC

C74848   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CLCTONN

C74849   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CLCTRIOL

C79439   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CACREAT
C79440   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CLCREAT

C74850   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CCK

C74877   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CODEINE

C79434   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CRTRONE

C74851   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CRH



C79466   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKBBCK


C79441   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKMBCK


C79442   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   CKMMCK


C74852   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DHEA



C79443   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DPD

C79444   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DPDCREAT


C74878   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DIHYDCDN

C74853   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DHT

C74854   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   DOPAMINE

C79445   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPIN

C74855   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   EPO

C74856   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ESTRIOL

C74857   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ESTRONE

C74693   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   ETHANOL

C79446   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GGTCREAT



C74858   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GASTRIN

C74859   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GLUCAGON
C79447   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GLUCCRT

C79448   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GLDH


C79435   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GSTCREAT



C74860   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GNRH



C74861   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GRWHIH


C74862   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GRWHRH


C74863   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HVA

C74879   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HYDCDN

C74880   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   HYDMRPHN

C74864   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   IGF1

C74865   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   IGF2

C74805   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK1

C74806   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK10

C74807   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK11

C74808   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK12

C74809   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK13

C74810   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK14

C74811   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK15

C74812   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK16

C74813   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK17

C74814   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK18

C74815   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK19

C74816   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK2

C74817   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK20
C74818   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK21

C74819   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK22

C74820   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK23

C74821   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK24

C74822   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK25

C74823   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK26

C74824   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK27

C74825   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK28

C74826   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK29

C74827   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK3

C74828   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK30

C74829   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK31

C74830   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK32

C74831   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK33

C74832   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK4

C74833   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK5

C74834   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK6

C74835   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK7

C74836   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK8

C74837   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   INTLK9

C74887   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH1



C74888   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH2



C74889   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH3
C74890   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH4



C74891   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH5



C79449   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDHCREAT



C79450   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LACTICAC


C79467   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LGLUCLE


C79451   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH1LDH


C79452   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH2LDH


C79453   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH3LDH


C79454   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH4LDH


C79455   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LDH5LDH


C74866   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LEPTIN

C79456   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MGCREAT


C74867   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MLATONIN

C74881   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   METHDN

C74882   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   METHQLDN

C74883   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MORPHINE

C79457   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GSTMU


C79458   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   GSTMUCRT



C79436   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   MGB
C79459   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NAG


C79460   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NAGCREAT


C74892   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NPY

C74868   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NOREPIN

C74801   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OSMLTY

C74884   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OXYCDN

C74869   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   OXYTOCIN

C74694   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PCP


C74695   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PHENTHZ

C79461   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PHOSCRT


C79462   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   KCREAT


C74870   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROLCTN

C74885   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROPOX

C79463   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PROTCRT

C74696   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   PSDEPHD

C74629   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   LYMRCT


C74893   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   RENIN

C74871   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SECRETIN

C74872   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SRTONIN

C79464   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   NACREAT

C79465   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   SDH


C74873   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   THRMPTN

C74874   C65047   Laboratory Test Code   TRH
C74875   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VMA


C74895   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITA

C74896   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB1

C74897   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB17

C74898   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB2

C74899   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB3

C74900   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB5

C74901   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB6

C74902   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITB7

C74903   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITC

C74904   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITD2

C74905   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITD3

C74906   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITE

C74907   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VITK

C74720   C65047         Laboratory Test Code   VOLUME
C67154            Yes   Laboratory Test Name   LBTEST


C74797   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Anisocytes

C79602   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Poikilocytes

C38037   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Bilirubin

C38462   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Activated Partial
                                               Thromboplastin Time


C41376   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Glucose

C45997   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   pH

C51946   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Erythrocytes

C51947   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Reticulocytes

C51948   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Leukocytes

C51949   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Lymphocytes
C51951   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Platelet

C61019   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Blood Urea Nitrogen

C61032   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cholesterol


C61041   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HDL Cholesterol


C61042   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDL Cholesterol

C62656   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prothrombin Time


C63321   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Neutrophils

C64431   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Albumin

C64432   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Alkaline Phosphatase

C64433   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Alanine Aminotransferase


C64434   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Amylase

C64467   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Aspartate Aminotransferase


C64469   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bacteria

C64470   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Basophils

C64471   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Basophils/Leukocytes

C64481   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Direct Bilirubin

C64483   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Indirect Bilirubin

C64487   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Blasts/Leukocytes

C64488   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcium

C64489   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase

C64490   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase BB

C64491   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase MB

C64494   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase MM

C64495   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Chloride

C64545   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Carbon Dioxide
C64546   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Color
C64547   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatinine

C64548   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   C Reactive Protein

C64549   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Elliptocytes

C64550   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Eosinophils

C64604   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Eosinophils/Leukocytes

C64605   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Epithelial Cells

C64606   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Fibrinogen

C64796   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hematocrit

C64797   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ery. Mean Corpuscular
                                         Hemoglobin

C64798   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ery. Mean Corpuscular HGB
                                         Concentration


C64799   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ery. Mean Corpuscular Volume

C64800   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Erythrocytes Distribution Width


C64801   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dacryocytes

C64802   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hypochromia


C64803   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Polychromasia

C64805   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prothrombin Intl. Normalized
                                         Ratio



C64806   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   VLDL Cholesterol


C64807   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triacylglycerol Lipase

C64809   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sodium
C64810   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Nitrite
C64812   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triglycerides

C64813   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Thyrotropin

C64814   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Urate
C64815   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Urea
C64816   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Urobilinogen

C64817   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B12

C64818   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lymphocytes Atypical

C64819   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lymphocytes
                                         Atypical/Leukocytes

C64820   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lymphocytes/Leukocytes

C64821   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Macrocytes

C64822   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Microcytes

C64823   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Monocytes

C64824   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Monocytes/Leukocytes

C64825   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Myeloblasts/Leukocytes

C64826   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Myelocytes/Leukocytes

C64827   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Neutrophils/Leukocytes

C64828   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Reticulocytes/Erythrocytes

C64829   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prolymphocytes/Leukocytes

C64830   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Neutrophils Band Form

C64831   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Neutrophils Band
                                         Form/Leukocytes

C64832   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Specific Gravity
C64840   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Magnesium

C64847   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Gamma Glutamyl Transferase


C64848   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hemoglobin

C64849   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hemoglobin A1C


C64850   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hepatitis B Virus Surface
                                         Antigen

C64851   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Choriogonadotropin Beta

C64853   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Potassium

C64854   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ketones
C64855   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lactate Dehydrogenase


C64856   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Leukocyte Esterase

C64857   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Phosphate

C64858   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Protein


C17634   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prostate Specific Antigen

C25747   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatinine Clearance


C74604   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hairy Cells


C74605   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Blasts

C74606   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD19

C74607   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD3

C74608   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD4

C74609   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD8

C74610   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dohle Bodies



C74611   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Erythrocyte Sedimentation
                                         Rate

C74612   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hypersegmented Cells


C74613   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lymphoma Cells

C74614   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   May-Hegglin Anomaly



C74615   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Metamyelocytes


C74616   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Pappenheimer Bodies



C74617   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Pelger Huet Anomaly
C74618   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Plasmacytoid Lymphocytes



C74619   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Precursor Plasma Cells


C74620   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prolymphocytes

C74621   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Promonocytes

C74622   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Promyelocytes

C74624   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Rouleaux Formation

C74625   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sezary Cells


C74626   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sickle Cells

C74627   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Smudge Cells


C74628   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Vacuolated Neutrophils

C74630   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Leukemic Blasts



C74631   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Monoblasts

C74632   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Myeloblasts

C74633   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Acanthocytes/Erythrocytes


C74634   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bite Cells/Erythrocytes



C74635   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD19/Lymphocytes


C74636   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD3/Lymphocytes


C74637   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD4/CD8


C74638   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD4/Lymphocytes


C74639   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   CD8/Lymphocytes
C74640   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hairy Cells/Lymphocytes



C74641   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Leukemic Blasts/Lymphocytes


C74643   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Malignant Cells, NOS/Blood
                                         Cells

C74645   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Metamyelocytes/Leukocytes



C74646   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Monoblasts/Leukocytes


C74647   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Nucleated
                                         Erythrocytes/Erythrocytes



C74648   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Plasmacytoid
                                         Lymphocytes/Lymphocytes



C74649   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Poikilocytes/Erythrocytes


C74650   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Precursor Plasma
                                         Cells/Lymphocytes


C74651   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prolymphocytes/Lymphocytes


C74652   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Promonocytes/Leukocytes


C74653   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Promyelocytes/Leukocytes


C74654   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Reactive
                                         Lymphocytes/Lymphocytes


C74655   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sezary Cells/Lymphocytes


C74656   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sickle Cells/Erythrocytes
C74657   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Auer Rods



C74658   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Helmet Cells


C74659   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Large Unstained Cells



C74660   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Malignant Cells, NOS

C74661   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mature Plasma Cells

C74662   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Myelocytes

C74663   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Spermatozoa

C74664   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Yeast Cells

C74665   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Amorphous Crystals


C74666   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Amorphous Sediment

C74667   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bicarbonate

C74668   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bilirubin Crystals

C74669   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcium Carbonate Crystals

C74670   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcium Oxalate Crystals

C74671   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcium Phosphate Crystals

C74672   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cholesterol Crystals

C74673   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Crystals

C74674   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cystine Crystals

C74676   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B9

C74677   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Carnitine, Free

C74678   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Fructosamine


C74679   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Iron
C74680   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Leucine Crystals

C74681   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Monosodium Urate Crystals
C74682   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Carnitine

C74683   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Tyrosine Crystals

C74684   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Uric Acid Crystals

C74685   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Anion Gap


C74686   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Occult Blood

C74687   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Amphetamine

C74688   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Barbiturates

C74689   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cannabinoids

C74690   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cocaine

C74698   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Round Epithelial Cells

C74699   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Acanthocytes

C74700   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bite Cells


C74701   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Burr Cells



C74702   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cabot Rings


C74703   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Crenated Cells



C74704   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Howell-Jolly Bodies



C74705   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Nucleated Erythrocytes



C74706   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Schistocytes

C74707   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Spherocytes

C74708   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Stomatocytes
C74709   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Heinz Bodies


C74710   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hepatitis A Virus Surface
                                         Antibody
C74711   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hepatitis B Virus Surface
                                         Antibody
C74712   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hepatitis C Virus Surface
                                         Antibody
C74713   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HIV-1 Antibody

C74714   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HIV-1/2 Antibody

C74715   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HIV-2 Antibody

C74716   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Rapid Plasma Reagin


C74717   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Rheumatoid Factor

C74718   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Total Iron Binding Capacity

C74719   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Unsaturated Iron Binding
                                         Capacity

C74721   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mucous Threads

C74723   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Turbidity
C74724   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HAV PCR Viral Load

C74725   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HBV PCR Viral Load

C74726   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HCV PCR Viral Load

C74727   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   HIV PCR Viral Load

C74728   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Giant Platelets

C74729   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Large Platelets

C74730   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mean Platelet Volume

C74731   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Aldolase

C74732   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Alpha Fetoprotein

C74733   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Apolipoprotein A1

C74734   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Apolipoprotein B

C74735   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Brain Natriuretic Peptide


C74736   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   C-peptide
C74737   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ferritin
C74738   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Globulin

C74739   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Glutamate

C74740   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Haptoglobin

C74741   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Homocysteine

C74743   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   N-telopeptide

C74744   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Osteocalcin

C74745   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sex Hormone Binding Globulin



C74746   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Thyroxine Binding Globulin


C74747   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triiodothyronine

C74748   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triiodothyronine Uptake


C74749   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Troponin I

C74750   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Troponin T

C74751   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Tumor Necrosis Factor

C74753   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   BUN/Creatinine


C74754   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hippuric Acid Crystals

C74755   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Sulfa Crystals

C74756   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triple Phosphate Crystals

C74757   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Unclassified Crystals

C74758   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ammonium Biurate Crystals


C74759   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ammonium Oxalate Crystals


C74761   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Albumin/Creatinine


C74762   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bacterial Casts

C74763   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Casts
C74764   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cellular Casts


C74765   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Granular Coarse Casts

C74766   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Fatty Casts

C74767   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Fine Granular Casts

C74768   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Granular Casts

C74769   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Granular Fine Casts

C74770   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hyaline Casts

C74771   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mixed Casts


C74772   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   RBC Casts

C74773   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Squamous Epithelial Cells

C74774   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Squamous Transitional
                                         Epithelial Cells

C74775   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Tubular Epithelial Cells

C74776   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Unclassified Casts

C74777   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Waxy Casts

C74778   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   WBC Casts

C74779   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Epithelial Casts

C74780   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Adrenocorticotropic Hormone


C74781   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cortisol
C74782   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Estradiol

C74783   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Follicle Stimulating Hormone


C74784   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Parathyroid Hormone,
                                         Fragmented

C74785   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Testosterone, Free

C74786   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Thyroxine, Free

C74787   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Triiodothyronine, Free

C74788   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Insulin
C74789   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Parathyroid Hormone, Intact


C74790   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Luteinizing Hormone

C74791   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Progesterone

C80360   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Somatotrophin

C74793   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Testosterone

C74794   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Thyroxine

C74796   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Opiate

C74910   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lymphoma Cells/Lymphocytes


C74911   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mature Plasma
                                         Cells/Lymphocytes

C74912   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Acid Urate Crystals

C74913   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Anti-Double Stranded DNA

C74916   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Antinuclear Antibodies


C79437   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   5 Prime Nucleotidase


C74876   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   6-Monoacetylmorphine

C74838   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Acetylcholine

C74839   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Adiponectin

C74894   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Albumin/Globulin

C74841   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Aldosterone

C79438   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Alkaline
                                         Phosphatase/Creatinine

C79433   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Alpha Glutathione-S-
                                         Transferase

C74799   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ammonia

C74842   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Androstenediol


C74843   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Androstenedione
C74844   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Angiotensin I

C74845   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Angiotensin II

C74846   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Angiotensinogen

C74691   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Antidepressants

C74847   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Antidiuretic Hormone

C74886   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Atrial Natriuretic Peptide

C74692   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Benzodiazepine

C74800   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Bile Acid

C74848   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcitonin

C74849   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcitriol

C79439   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Calcium/Creatinine

C79440   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Chloride/Creatinine

C74850   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Cholecystokinin

C74877   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Codeine

C79434   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Corticosterone

C74851   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Corticotropin Releasing
                                         Hormone


C79466   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase BB/Total
                                         Creatine Kinase

C79441   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase MB/Total
                                         Creatine Kinase

C79442   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Creatine Kinase MM/Total
                                         Creatine Kinase

C74852   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dehydroepiandrosterone



C79443   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Deoxypyridinoline

C79444   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Deoxypyridinoline/Creatinine


C74878   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dihydrocodeine
C74853   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dihydrotestosterone

C74854   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Dopamine

C79445   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Epinephrine

C74855   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Erythropoietin

C74856   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Estriol

C74857   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Estrone

C74693   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Ethanol

C79446   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Gamma Glutamyl
                                         Transferase/Creatinine


C74858   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Gastrin

C74859   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Glucagon

C79447   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Glucose/Creatinine

C79448   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Glutamate Dehydrogenase


C79435   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Glutathione-S-
                                         Transferase/Creatinine


C74860   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Gonadotropin Releasing
                                         Hormone


C74861   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Growth Hormone Inhibiting
                                         Hormone

C74862   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Growth Hormone Releasing
                                         Hormone

C74863   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Homovanillic Acid

C74879   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hydrocodone

C74880   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Hydromorphone

C74864   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Insulin-like Growth Factor-1

C74865   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Insulin-like Growth Factor-2

C74805   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 1

C74806   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 10
C74807   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 11

C74808   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 12

C74809   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 13

C74810   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 14

C74811   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 15

C74812   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 16

C74813   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 17

C74814   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 18

C74815   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 19

C74816   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 2

C74817   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 20

C74818   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 21

C74819   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 22

C74820   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 23

C74821   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 24

C74822   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 25

C74823   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 26

C74824   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 27

C74825   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 28

C74826   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 29

C74827   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 3

C74828   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 30

C74829   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 31

C74830   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 32

C74831   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 33

C74832   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 4

C74833   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 5
C74834   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 6

C74835   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 7

C74836   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 8

C74837   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Interleukin 9

C74887   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 1



C74888   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 2



C74889   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 3



C74890   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 4



C74891   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 5



C79449   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lactate
                                         Dehydrogenase/Creatinine


C79450   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Lactic Acid


C79467   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Large Unstained
                                         Cells/Leukocytes

C79451   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 1/LDH


C79452   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 2/LDH


C79453   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 3/LDH


C79454   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 4/LDH


C79455   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   LDH Isoenzyme 5/LDH


C74866   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Leptin
C79456   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Magnesium/Creatinine


C74867   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Melatonin

C74881   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Methadone

C74882   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Methaqualone

C74883   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Morphine

C79457   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mu Glutathione-S-Transferase


C79458   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Mu Glutathione-S-
                                         Transferase/Creatinine


C79436   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Myoglobin

C79459   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   N-Acetyl Glucosamide


C79460   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   N-Acetyl
                                         Glucosamide/Creatinine

C74892   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Neuropeptide Y

C74868   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Norepinephrine

C74801   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Osmolality

C74884   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Oxycodone

C74869   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Oxytocin

C74694   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Phencyclidine


C74695   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Phenothiazine

C79461   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Phosphate/Creatinine


C79462   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Potassium/Creatinine


C74870   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Prolactin

C74885   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Propoxyphene

C79463   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Protein/Creatinine

C74696   C67154   Laboratory Test Name   Pseudoephedrine
C74629   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Reactive Lymphocytes


C74893   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Renin

C74871   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Secretin

C74872   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Serotonin

C79464   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Sodium/Creatinine

C79465   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Sorbitol Dehydrogenase


C74873   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Thrombopoietin

C74874   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Thyrotropin Releasing
                                               Hormone

C74875   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vanillyl Mandelic Acid


C74895   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin A

C74896   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Thiamine

C74897   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B17

C74898   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Riboflavin

C74899   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Niacin

C74900   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B5

C74901   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B6

C74902   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin B7

C74903   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin C

C74904   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin D2

C74905   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin D3

C74906   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin E

C74907   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Vitamin K

C74720   C67154         Laboratory Test Name   Volume
C71113            Yes   Frequency              FREQ


C17649   C71113         Frequency              OTHER
C17998   C71113   Frequency   UNKNOWN

C53279   C71113   Frequency   CONTINUOUS


C64496   C71113   Frequency   BID
C64497   C71113   Frequency   BIS
C64498   C71113   Frequency   QM
C64499   C71113   Frequency   PRN
C64500   C71113   Frequency   Q10H
C64501   C71113   Frequency   Q11H
C64502   C71113   Frequency   Q12H
C64503   C71113   Frequency   Q13H
C64504   C71113   Frequency   Q14H
C64505   C71113   Frequency   Q15H
C64506   C71113   Frequency   Q16H
C64507   C71113   Frequency   Q17H
C64508   C71113   Frequency   Q18H
C64509   C71113   Frequency   Q19H
C64510   C71113   Frequency   QH
C64511   C71113   Frequency   Q20H
C64512   C71113   Frequency   Q21H

C64513   C71113   Frequency   Q22H

C64514   C71113   Frequency   Q23H

C64515   C71113   Frequency   Q24H

C64516   C71113   Frequency   Q2H
C64517   C71113   Frequency   Q3H
C64518   C71113   Frequency   Q4H
C64519   C71113   Frequency   Q5H
C64520   C71113   Frequency   Q6H
C64521   C71113   Frequency   Q7H
C64523   C71113   Frequency   Q8H
C64524   C71113   Frequency   Q9H
C64525   C71113   Frequency   QOD
C64527   C71113   Frequency   TID
C64528   C71113   Frequency   TIS
C64529   C71113   Frequency   Q4S
C64530   C71113   Frequency   QID
C64531   C71113   Frequency   QIS
C64533   C71113   Frequency   Q3D
C64534   C71113   Frequency   Q4D
C64535   C71113   Frequency   Q3S
C64536   C71113   Frequency   Q2M
C64537   C71113   Frequency   Q3M
C64538   C71113   Frequency   Q4M
C64576   C71113   Frequency   ONCE
C67069   C71113   Frequency   QS
C71124   C71113   Frequency   Q5D
C71127   C71113   Frequency   Q2S
C71129   C71113   Frequency   BIM
C71325   C71113   Frequency   INTERMITTENT
C71148            Yes   Position     POSITION

C62122   C71148         Position     SITTING

C62165   C71148         Position     PRONE

C62166   C71148         Position     STANDING

C62167   C71148         Position     SUPINE

C62168   C71148         Position     TRENDELENBURG


C62169   C71148         Position     REVERSE
                                     TRENDELENBURG

C62171   C71148         Position     RIGHT LATERAL
                                     DECUBITUS
C62172   C71148         Position     LEFT LATERAL DECUBITUS

C62173   C71148         Position     FOWLERS




C62174   C71148         Position     SEMI-FOWLERS


C71150            Yes   ECG Result   EGSTRESC

C26889   C71150         ECG Result   SINUS TACHYCARDIA

C26923   C71150         ECG Result   SINUS BRADYCARDIA

C34786   C71150         ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                                     ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED
                                     WITH LONG QT SYNDROME




C34940   C71150         ECG Result   PRE-EXCITATION




C35058   C71150         ECG Result   AV NODE RE-ENTRY
C35059   C71150   ECG Result   JUNCTIONAL TACHYCARDIA




C35061   C71150   ECG Result   SUPRAVENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA
C35132   C71150   ECG Result   WOLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE
                               SYNDROME




C35481   C71150   ECG Result   ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA




C50466   C71150   ECG Result   ATRIAL FIBRILLATION




C50501   C71150   ECG Result   3RD DEGREE AV BLOCK

C50779   C71150   ECG Result   TORSADES DE POINTES




C50799   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               FIBRILLATION
C50800   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR FLUTTER




C50802   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA
C51224   C71150   ECG Result   ATRIAL FLUTTER


C61395   C71150   ECG Result   R ON T PHENOMENON


C62015   C71150   ECG Result   1ST DEGREE AV BLOCK



C62016   C71150   ECG Result   2ND DEGREE AV BLOCK


C62234   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA,
                               MONOMORPHIC

C62236   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA,
                               POLYMORPHIC

C62239   C71150   ECG Result   SINUS ARRHYTHMIA




C62240   C71150   ECG Result   WANDERING ATRIAL
                               PACEMAKER



C62242   C71150   ECG Result   SINUS ARREST/PAUSE
C62243   C71150   ECG Result   SINUS NODE DYSFUNCTION
                               (BRADYCARDIA)




C62244   C71150   ECG Result   SICK SINUS SYNDROME



C62245   C71150   ECG Result   ECTOPIC ATRIAL RHYTHM




C62246   C71150   ECG Result   SHORT PR INTERVAL
C62247   C71150   ECG Result   PR PROLONGATION

C62248   C71150   ECG Result   ISORHYTHMIC
                               DISSOCIATION

C62250   C71150   ECG Result   PAROXYSMAL AV BLOCK

C62253   C71150   ECG Result   INAPPROPRIATE SINUS
                               TACHYCARDIA



C62256   C71150   ECG Result   PREMATURE VENTRICULAR
                               COMPLEX
C62257   C71150   ECG Result   PREMATURE ATRIAL
                               COMPLEXES
C62258   C71150   ECG Result   DELTA WAVE



C62259   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR COUPLET



C62261   C71150   ECG Result   AV RE-ENTRANT
                               TACHYCARDIA
C62266   C71150   ECG Result   ACCELERATED
                               IDIOVENTRICULAR RHYTHM




C62267   C71150   ECG Result   LEFT ANTERIOR
                               FASCICULAR BLOCK




C62268   C71150   ECG Result   LEFT POSTERIOR
                               FASCICULAR BLOCK




C62269   C71150   ECG Result   LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH
                               BLOCK




C62270   C71150   ECG Result   RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH
                               BLOCK
C62271   C71150   ECG Result   INTRAVENTRICULAR
                               CONDUCTION DELAY,
                               NONSPECIFIC




C71026   C71150   ECG Result   ST SEGMENT
                               ABNORMALITY

C71027   C71150   ECG Result   ST DEPRESSION


C71028   C71150   ECG Result   ST ELEVATION

C71029   C71150   ECG Result   ST ELEVATION
                               PERICARDITIS
C71030   C71150   ECG Result   J POINT ELEVATION


C71031   C71150   ECG Result   NON-SPECIFIC ST-T
                               CHANGES

C71032   C71150   ECG Result   NOTCHED T-WAVES
C71033   C71150   ECG Result   POOR R WAVE
                               PROGRESSION
C71034   C71150   ECG Result   PROLONGED QT

C71035   C71150   ECG Result   ELECTRICAL ALTERNANS


C71038   C71150   ECG Result   SINOATRIAL EXIT BLOCK


C71039   C71150   ECG Result   ATRIAL ENLARGEMENT

C71040   C71150   ECG Result   LEFT ATRIAL
                               ENLARGEMENT




C71041   C71150   ECG Result   RIGHT ATRIAL
                               ABNORMALITY
C71042   C71150   ECG Result   ECTOPIC VENTRICULAR
                               RHYTHM




C71043   C71150   ECG Result   ECTOPIC
                               SUPRAVENTRICULAR
                               RHYTHM
C71044   C71150   ECG Result   2:1 AV BLOCK




C71045   C71150   ECG Result   ATRIOVENTRICULAR
                               DISSOCIATION

C71046   C71150   ECG Result   BIFASCICULAR BLOCK




C71047   C71150   ECG Result   INCOMPLETE LEFT BUNDLE
                               BRANCH BLOCK

C71048   C71150   ECG Result   INCOMPLETE RIGHT
                               BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK




C71049   C71150   ECG Result   INCOMPLETE BUNDLE
                               BRANCH BLOCK

C71050   C71150   ECG Result   MULTIFOCAL ATRIAL
                               TACHYCARDIA



C71051   C71150   ECG Result   JUNCTIONAL RHYTHM



C71052   C71150   ECG Result   SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA
C71053   C71150   ECG Result   NON-SUSTAINED
                               VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA
C71054   C71150   ECG Result   BIGEMINY



C71055   C71150   ECG Result   TRIGEMINY



C71056   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA STORM

C71057   C71150   ECG Result   ADENOSINE-SENSITIVE
                               VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA


C71058   C71150   ECG Result   VERAPAMIL-SENSITIVE
                               VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA


C71059   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED
                               WITH BRUGADA SYNDROME




C71060   C71150   ECG Result   VENTRICULAR
                               ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED
                               WITH SHORT QT
                               SYNDROME
C71061   C71150   ECG Result   FASCICULAR TACHYCARDIA




C71062   C71150   ECG Result   BUNDLE BRANCH
                               REENTRANT TACHYCARDIA
C71063   C71150   ECG Result   IDIOPATHIC RIGHT BUNDLE
                               BRANCH BLOCK
                               VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA




C71064   C71150   ECG Result   OUTFLOW TRACT
                               VENTRICULAR
                               TACHYCARDIA




C71065   C71150   ECG Result   ACUTE ANTERIOR WALL MI


C71066   C71150   ECG Result   ACUTE INFERIOR WALL MI


C71067   C71150   ECG Result   ACUTE LATERAL WALL MI


C71068   C71150   ECG Result   ACUTE POSTERIOR WALL
                               MI

C71069   C71150   ECG Result   ANTERIOR WALL
                               MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

C71070   C71150   ECG Result   INFERIOR WALL
                               MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

C71073   C71150   ECG Result   INTRAATRIAL CONDUCTION
                               DELAY
C71074   C71150   ECG Result   JUNCTIONAL BRADYCARDIA



C71075   C71150   ECG Result   LATERAL WALL
                               MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

C71076   C71150   ECG Result   LEFT VENTRICULAR
                               HYPERTROPHY
C71077   C71150   ECG Result   RIGHT VENTRICULAR
                               HYPERTROPHY
C71078   C71150   ECG Result   LOW QRS VOLTAGE
C71080   C71150         ECG Result      NON Q WAVE MYOCARDIAL
                                        INFARCTION
C71081   C71150         ECG Result      POSTERIOR WALL
                                        MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

C71082   C71150         ECG Result      SEPTAL MYOCARDIAL
                                        INFARCTION
C71083   C71150         ECG Result      T WAVE ABNORMALITY

C71084   C71150         ECG Result      VENTRICULAR
                                        HYPERTROPHY
C71085   C71150         ECG Result      T WAVE INVERSION

C71086   C71150         ECG Result      T WAVE PEAKED


C71087   C71150         ECG Result      T WAVES BIPHASIC

C71088   C71150         ECG Result      T WAVES FLAT

C71089   C71150         ECG Result      U WAVES


C71090   C71150         ECG Result      WIDE QRS TACHYCARDIA

C71094   C71150         ECG Result      Q AXIS, LEFT AXIS
                                        DEVIATION
C71095   C71150         ECG Result      Q AXIS, RIGHT AXIS
                                        DEVIATION
C71096   C71150         ECG Result      QTCB PROLONGATION >500
                                        MSEC

C71097   C71150         ECG Result      QTCF PROLONGATION >500
                                        MSEC

C71153            Yes   ECG Test Code   EGTESTCD


C39779   C71153         ECG Test Code   HRMAX



C62086   C71153         ECG Test Code   PRMEAN
C62087   C71153   ECG Test Code   QRSDUR




C62089   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTMEAN




C62090   C71153   ECG Test Code   RRMEAN




C62093   C71153   ECG Test Code   RRMIN


C62094   C71153   ECG Test Code   RRMAX


C62095   C71153   ECG Test Code   HRMEAN



C62096   C71153   ECG Test Code   HRMIN



C62112   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTCB




C62113   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTCF
C62114   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTCLC




C62115   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTMEAN




C62116   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTMIN




C62117   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTMAX




C62118   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTCB




C62119   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTCF




C62120   C71153   ECG Test Code   JTCLC




C62121   C71153   ECG Test Code   PAXIS
C62123   C71153   ECG Test Code   PWAVEDUR




C62124   C71153   ECG Test Code   PWAVEHT




C62125   C71153   ECG Test Code   PRMIN




C62131   C71153   ECG Test Code   PRMAX




C62132   C71153   ECG Test Code   QRSAXIS

C62133   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTMIN




C62135   C71153   ECG Test Code   QTMAX




C62136   C71153   ECG Test Code   RWAVEAMP
C62137   C71153   ECG Test Code   SWAVEAMP


C62144   C71153   ECG Test Code   RSAMP



C62145   C71153   ECG Test Code   STSEGDUR


C62146   C71153   ECG Test Code   TAXIS

C62147   C71153   ECG Test Code   TWAVEDUR




C62148   C71153   ECG Test Code   TWAVAREA




C62149   C71153   ECG Test Code   TWAVEHT




C62152   C71153   ECG Test Code   VRMEAN



C62153   C71153   ECG Test Code   VRMIN



C62154   C71153   ECG Test Code   VRMAX



C62155   C71153   ECG Test Code   STDVMEAN



C62156   C71153   ECG Test Code   STDVMIN



C62157   C71153   ECG Test Code   STDVMAX



C62158   C71153   ECG Test Code   STELMEAN
C62159   C71153         ECG Test Code   STELMIN



C62160   C71153         ECG Test Code   STELMAX



C62161   C71153         ECG Test Code   STDPMEAN



C62162   C71153         ECG Test Code   STDPMIN



C62163   C71153         ECG Test Code   STDPMAX



C71152            Yes   ECG Test Name   EGTEST


C39779   C71152         ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) Heart Rate



C62086   C71152         ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) PR Duration




C62087   C71152         ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) QRS
                                        Duration




C62089   C71152         ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) QT Duration
C62090   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) RR Duration




C62093   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) RR Duration


C62094   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) RR Duration


C62095   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) Heart Rate



C62096   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) Heart Rate



C62112   C71152   ECG Test Name   QTcB - Bazett's Correction
                                  Formula




C62113   C71152   ECG Test Name   QTcF - Fridericia's Correction
                                  Formula




C62114   C71152   ECG Test Name   QTcLC - Linear Correction
                                  Formula




C62115   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) JT Interval




C62116   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) JT Interval
C62117   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) JT Interval




C62118   C71152   ECG Test Name   JTcB - Bazett's Correction
                                  Formula




C62119   C71152   ECG Test Name   JTcF - Fridericia's Correction
                                  Formula




C62120   C71152   ECG Test Name   JTcLC - Linear Correction
                                  Formula




C62121   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) P Axis



C62123   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) P Wave
                                  Duration



C62124   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) P Wave
                                  Height




C62125   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) PR Duration
C62131   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) PR Duration




C62132   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) QRS Axis

C62133   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) QT Duration




C62135   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) QT Duration




C62136   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) R Wave
                                  Amplitude

C62137   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) S Wave
                                  Amplitude

C62144   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) R+S
                                  Amplitude


C62145   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) ST Segment
                                  Duration


C62146   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) T Wave Axis

C62147   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) T Wave
                                  Duration
C62148   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) T Wave
                                  Area



C62149   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) T Wave
                                  Height



C62152   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) Ventricular
                                  Rate


C62153   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) Ventricular
                                  Rate


C62154   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) Ventricular
                                  Rate


C62155   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) ST Deviation



C62156   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) ST Deviation



C62157   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) ST Deviation



C62158   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) ST Elevation



C62159   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) ST Elevation



C62160   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Max) ST Elevation



C62161   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Mean) ST
                                  Depression


C62162   C71152   ECG Test Name   Summary (Min) ST Depression
C62163   C71152         ECG Test Name     Summary (Max) ST
                                          Depression


C71151            Yes   ECG Test Method   EGMETHOD


C71101   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD UNSPECIFIED


C71102   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD STANDARD




C71103   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD MASON LIKAR




C71110   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD MODIFIED MASON
                                          LIKAR



C71112   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD SINGLE PAD



C71114   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD NON-STANDARD


C71115   C71151         ECG Test Method   STANDARD LEADS FOR
                                          BICYCLE EXERCISE
C71116   C71151   ECG Test Method   12 LEAD CABRERA




C71117   C71151   ECG Test Method   STANDARD LEADS ONE
                                    INTERCOSTAL SPACE
                                    HIGHER

C71118   C71151   ECG Test Method   FRANK LEAD SYSTEM




C71119   C71151   ECG Test Method   MCFEE-PARUNGAO LEAD
                                    SYSTEM




C71120   C71151   ECG Test Method   CUBE LEAD SYSTEM




C71121   C71151   ECG Test Method   BIPOLAR UNCORRECTED
                                    XYZ LEAD SYSTEM




C71122   C71151   ECG Test Method   PSEUDO-ORTHOGONAL
                                    XYZ LEAD SYSTEM




C71123   C71151   ECG Test Method   12 LEAD EASI DOWER
                                    TRANSFORMATION
C71125   C71151         ECG Test Method   12 LEAD 1 LEAD MISSING



C71126   C71151         ECG Test Method   STANDARD 12-LEAD AND
                                          CM5-CC5-CH5




C71128   C71151         ECG Test Method   STANDARD 12-LEAD AND
                                          CC5-CM5-ML



C71130   C71151         ECG Test Method   STANDARD 12-LEAD
                                          EXTENDED RIGHT


C71131   C71151         ECG Test Method   STANDARD 12-LEAD
                                          EXTENDED LEFT

C71092   C71151         ECG Test Method   VECTORCARDIOGRAPH
                                          CORRECTED

C71093   C71151         ECG Test Method   VECTORCARDIOGRAPH
                                          UNCORRECTED

C71620            Yes   Unit              UNIT

C18063   C71620         Unit              Gy


C18064   C71620         Unit              Rad




C25301   C71620         Unit              DAYS


C25529   C71620         Unit              HOURS

C25613   C71620         Unit              %

C28251   C71620         Unit              mm
C28252   C71620   Unit   kg




C28253   C71620   Unit   mg


C28254   C71620   Unit   mL


C29844   C71620   Unit   WEEKS
C29846   C71620   Unit   MONTHS



C29848   C71620   Unit   YEARS


C41139   C71620   Unit   m


C41140   C71620   Unit   msec

C42535   C71620   Unit   sec




C42536   C71620   Unit   amp




C42538   C71620   Unit   cd
C42539   C71620   Unit   mol




C42545   C71620   Unit   Hz
C42546   C71620   Unit   Newton



C42547   C71620   Unit   Pa


C42548   C71620   Unit   Joule




C42549   C71620   Unit   Watt




C42550   C71620   Unit   Coulomb


C42551   C71620   Unit   V




C42552   C71620   Unit   Farad



C42553   C71620   Unit   Sv
C42554   C71620   Unit   ohm




C42555   C71620   Unit   Siemens




C42556   C71620   Unit   Weber



C42557   C71620   Unit   Tesla




C42558   C71620   Unit   Henry




C42559   C71620   Unit   C




C42560   C71620   Unit   lm


C42561   C71620   Unit   lx



C42562   C71620   Unit   Bq
C42566   C71620   Unit   kat




C42569   C71620   Unit   m2



C42570   C71620   Unit   m3



C42571   C71620   Unit   m/sec


C42576   C71620   Unit   kg/m3




C44277   C71620   Unit   F




C45997   C71620   Unit   pH

C48152   C71620   Unit   ug

C48154   C71620   Unit   min
C48155   C71620   Unit   g

C48460   C71620   Unit   cm2


C48461   C71620   Unit   ft2
C48466   C71620   Unit   Ci


C48473   C71620   Unit   AMPULE
C48474   C71620   Unit   BAG
C48475   C71620   Unit   BAR
C48476   C71620   Unit   BOLUS
C48477   C71620   Unit   BOTTLE
C48478   C71620   Unit   BOX
C48479   C71620   Unit   CAN
C48480   C71620   Unit   CAPSULE
C48481   C71620   Unit   CARTRIDGE

C48483   C71620   Unit   COAT
C48484   C71620   Unit   CONTAINER

C48489   C71620   Unit   CYLINDER
C48490   C71620   Unit   DISK
C48492   C71620   Unit   DRUM
C48497   C71620   Unit   grain




C48498   C71620   Unit   HOMEOPATHIC DILUTION

C48499   C71620   Unit   IMPLANT
C48500   C71620   Unit   IN

C48501   C71620   Unit   INHALATION

C48502   C71620   Unit   JAR
C48503   C71620   Unit   KALLIKREIN INHIBITOR UNIT

C48504   C71620   Unit   KIT
C48505   C71620   Unit   L


C48506   C71620   Unit   LOZENGE
C48507   C71620   Unit   uCi


C48509   C71620   Unit   umol

C48510   C71620   Unit   um

C48511   C71620   Unit   mCi



C48512   C71620   Unit   mEq
C48513   C71620   Unit   mmol

C48516   C71620   Unit   ng

C48517   C71620   Unit   nmol

C48519   C71620   Unit   oz


C48520   C71620   Unit   PACKAGE

C48521   C71620   Unit   PACKET
C48523   C71620   Unit   ppm

C48524   C71620   Unit   PATCH
C48525   C71620   Unit   PELLET
C48527   C71620   Unit   %(w/v)




C48528   C71620   Unit   %(w/w)


C48530   C71620   Unit   POUCH
C48531   C71620   Unit   LB


C48532   C71620   Unit   PRESSOR UNITS
C48536   C71620   Unit   SCOOPFUL

C48537   C71620   Unit   SPRAY
C48538   C71620   Unit   STRIP
C48539   C71620   Unit   SUPPOSITORY

C48540   C71620   Unit   SYRINGE
C48541   C71620   Unit   Tbsp




C48542   C71620   Unit   TABLET
C48543   C71620   Unit   TAMPON
C48544   C71620   Unit   tsp

C48547   C71620   Unit   TRACE
C48548   C71620   Unit   TROCHE
C48549   C71620   Unit   TUBE
C48551   C71620   Unit   VIAL
C48552   C71620   Unit   WAFER
C48553   C71620   Unit   yd

C48555   C71620   Unit   mol/L
C48571   C71620   Unit   % (v/v)



C48579   C71620   Unit   IU




C48590   C71620   Unit   QUANTITY SUFFICIENT




C49668   C71620   Unit   cm

C49670   C71620   Unit   mmHg


C49671   C71620   Unit   kg/m2

C49673   C71620   Unit   BEATS/MIN

C49674   C71620   Unit   BREATHS/MIN

C54703   C71620   Unit   CUP
C54711   C71620   Unit   atm




C62609   C71620   Unit   RING
C64387   C71620   Unit   mmol/L



C64551   C71620   Unit   pg

C64552   C71620   Unit   fg

C64553   C71620   Unit   ag

C64554   C71620   Unit   cg
C64564   C71620   Unit   dram
C64566   C71620   Unit   kg/L




C64572   C71620   Unit   g/m3




C64777   C71620   Unit   mL/min


C64783   C71620   Unit   g/dL




C65045   C71620   Unit   pmol

C65060   C71620   Unit   PUFF




C65104   C71620   Unit   mm2



C65132   C71620   Unit   tuberculin unit



C66962   C71620   Unit   mL/h


C66965   C71620   Unit   per sec

C66967   C71620   Unit   per min

C66969   C71620   Unit   mg/h
C67015   C71620   Unit   mg/dL




C67193   C71620   Unit   cal



C67194   C71620   Unit   kcal




C67264   C71620   Unit   PFU




C67273   C71620   Unit   eq




C67274   C71620   Unit   HPF

C67282   C71620   Unit   g/m2
C67306   C71620   Unit   ug/L




C67307   C71620   Unit   LPF


C67324   C71620   Unit   mV

C67326   C71620   Unit   ng/dL




C67327   C71620   Unit   ug/m3




C67328   C71620   Unit   nm


C67330   C71620   Unit   osm



C67334   C71620   Unit   psi


C67335   C71620   Unit   million IU

C67352   C71620   Unit   nCi


C67376   C71620   Unit   IU/L



C67377   C71620   Unit   IU/mL



C67379   C71620   Unit   IU/kg
C67380   C71620   Unit   IU/mg



C67388   C71620   Unit   L/min


C67394   C71620   Unit   ug/h



C67396   C71620   Unit   ug/kg


C67397   C71620   Unit   ukat/L


C67399   C71620   Unit   mg/day

C67401   C71620   Unit   mg/kg


C67402   C71620   Unit   mg/m2


C67406   C71620   Unit   umol/day



C67419   C71620   Unit   mm/h


C67420   C71620   Unit   mmol/day



C67432   C71620   Unit   nmol/L


C67434   C71620   Unit   pmol/L


C67441   C71620   Unit   RNA copies/mL


C67471   C71620   Unit   mEq/day




C67474   C71620   Unit   mEq/L
C67475   C71620   Unit   mEq/kg




C68667   C71620   Unit   deg




C68685   C71620   Unit   dmol

C68687   C71620   Unit   cmol

C68740   C71620   Unit   mmol/g


C68854   C71620   Unit   fmol

C68855   C71620   Unit   amol

C68859   C71620   Unit   ft3



C68871   C71620   Unit   in2


C68875   C71620   Unit   ELISA unit




C68876   C71620   Unit   ELISA unit/dose




C68877   C71620   Unit   ELISA unit/mL




C68878   C71620   Unit   Log10 ELISA unit
C68879   C71620   Unit   Log10 ELISA unit/dose




C68891   C71620   Unit   mol/mL

C68892   C71620   Unit   mmol/kg


C68893   C71620   Unit   mol/g


C68894   C71620   Unit   mol/mg


C68895   C71620   Unit   thousand CFU

C68896   C71620   Unit   million CFU

C68897   C71620   Unit   billion CFU

C68898   C71620   Unit   CFU/g



C68899   C71620   Unit   thousand CFU/g



C68900   C71620   Unit   million CFU/g



C68901   C71620   Unit   billion CFU/g



C68902   C71620   Unit   CFU/mL



C68903   C71620   Unit   thousand CFU/mL



C68904   C71620   Unit   million CFU/mL



C68905   C71620   Unit   billion CFU/mL
C68915   C71620   Unit   Gauss




C69094   C71620   Unit   kg/cm2



C69104   C71620   Unit   g/kg


C69112   C71620   Unit   ppth
C69148   C71620   Unit   pm

C69175   C71620   Unit   uL/mL


C69188   C71620   Unit   nL

C69442   C71620   Unit   gtt

C70455   C71620   Unit   mol/mol


C70469   C71620   Unit   rpm

C70470   C71620   Unit   dyn



C70479   C71620   Unit   log10 EID 50




C70480   C71620   Unit   log EID 50/dose




C70484   C71620   Unit   log10 CCID 50
C70485   C71620   Unit   log10 CCID 50/dose




C70488   C71620   Unit   log10 TCID 50




C70489   C71620   Unit   log10 TCID 50/dose




C70492   C71620   Unit   kIU
C70493   C71620   Unit   IU/g


C70497   C71620   Unit   anti-Xa IU




C70498   C71620   Unit   anti-Xa IU/mL



C70500   C71620   Unit   AgU/mL

C70501   C71620   Unit   DAgU


C70502   C71620   Unit   DAgU/mL


C70504   C71620   Unit   AU/mL


C70505   C71620   Unit   BAU



C70506   C71620   Unit   tuberculin unit/mL


C70507   C71620   Unit   mkat

C70508   C71620   Unit   nkat

C70509   C71620   Unit   pkat
C70510   C71620   Unit   nkat/L



C70511   C71620   Unit   kBq


C70512   C71620   Unit   MBq


C70513   C71620   Unit   GBq


C70521   C71620   Unit   Bq/kg


C70522   C71620   Unit   Bq/g


C70523   C71620   Unit   Bq/ug




C70524   C71620   Unit   Bq/mg



C70525   C71620   Unit   GBq/g



C70526   C71620   Unit   GBq/ug




C70527   C71620   Unit   GBq/mg



C70528   C71620   Unit   Ci/g



C70529   C71620   Unit   Ci/kg



C70530   C71620   Unit   Ci/ug


C70531   C71620   Unit   Ci/mg
C70532   C71620   Unit   EID 50



C70533   C71620   Unit   EID 50/dose




C70534   C71620   Unit   CCID 50




C70535   C71620   Unit   CCID 50/dose


C70537   C71620   Unit   TCID 50/dose


C70562   C71620   Unit   ukat

C70565   C71620   Unit   ppb

C70566   C71620   Unit   pptr

C70570   C71620   Unit   mCi/kg


C70571   C71620   Unit   uCi/kg


C70575   C71620   Unit   Roentgen




C70578   C71620   Unit   mEq/uL

C70580   C71620   Unit   mEq/g




C70581   C71620   Unit   mEq/ug




C71165   C71620   Unit   Bq/L
C71166   C71620   Unit   Bq/uL




C71167   C71620   Unit   Bq/mL



C71168   C71620   Unit   kBq/uL




C71169   C71620   Unit   MBq/uL




C71170   C71620   Unit   Ci/L



C71171   C71620   Unit   Ci/uL



C71172   C71620   Unit   Ci/mL



C71173   C71620   Unit   uCi/L



C71174   C71620   Unit   mCi/L



C71175   C71620   Unit   uV

C71176   C71620   Unit   cycle/min



C71177   C71620   Unit   km

C71183   C71620   Unit   Mile

C71185   C71620   Unit   100 IU/mL
C71187   C71620   Unit   thousand organisms

C71188   C71620   Unit   million organisms

C71189   C71620   Unit   billion organisms

C71190   C71620   Unit   thousand organisms/g


C71191   C71620   Unit   million organisms/g


C71192   C71620   Unit   billion organisms/g


C71193   C71620   Unit   million organisms/mg


C71194   C71620   Unit   billion organisms/mg


C71195   C71620   Unit   thousand organisms/mL


C71196   C71620   Unit   million organisms/mL


C71197   C71620   Unit   billion organisms/mL


C71198   C71620   Unit   PFU/dose



C71199   C71620   Unit   PFU/mL



C71200   C71620   Unit   bel




C71201   C71620   Unit   g/cm2



C71202   C71620   Unit   kUSP

C71203   C71620   Unit   km/h
C71204   C71620         Unit                  NEBULE

C71205   C71620         Unit                  ug/day




C71207   C71620         Unit                  mg/kg/min


C71209   C71620         Unit                  IU/kg/h



C71210   C71620         Unit                  ug/kg/min




C71211   C71620         Unit                  ug/min




C71253   C71620         Unit                  ft



C71321   C71620         Unit                  FINGERTIP UNIT




C71324   C71620         Unit                  SACHET


C71362   C71620         Unit                  mg/kg/h


C71480   C71620         Unit                  cycle/sec



C74456            Yes   Anatomical Location   LOC
C12220   C74456   Anatomical Location   LIP

C12230   C74456   Anatomical Location   HARD PALATE

C12246   C74456   Anatomical Location   HYPOPHARYNX

C12256   C74456   Anatomical Location   GASTRIC CARDIA


C12257   C74456   Anatomical Location   FUNDUS OF THE STOMACH


C12258   C74456   Anatomical Location   BODY OF STOMACH



C12259   C74456   Anatomical Location   ANTRUM PYLORI


C12262   C74456   Anatomical Location   GREATER CURVATURE OF
                                        THE STOMACH
C12274   C74456   Anatomical Location   MIDDLE EAR

C12275   C74456   Anatomical Location   MAXILLARY SINUS




C12276   C74456   Anatomical Location   ETHMOID SINUS
C12277   C74456   Anatomical Location   FRONTAL SINUS


C12280   C74456   Anatomical Location   SUBGLOTTIS

C12290   C74456   Anatomical Location   MANDIBLE
C12295   C74456   Anatomical Location   SKIN OF THE TRUNK

C12299   C74456   Anatomical Location   NIPPLE


C12311   C74456   Anatomical Location   CERVIX UTERI


C12314   C74456   Anatomical Location   MYOMETRIUM
C12320   C74456   Anatomical Location   PARAMETRIUM



C12341   C74456   Anatomical Location   CONJUNCTIVA
C12342   C74456   Anatomical Location   CORNEA




C12343   C74456   Anatomical Location   RETINA



C12347   C74456   Anatomical Location   ORBIT




C12352   C74456   Anatomical Location   FRONTAL LOBE

C12354   C74456   Anatomical Location   PARIETAL LOBE



C12356   C74456   Anatomical Location   BRAIN VENTRICLE


C12363   C74456   Anatomical Location   PELVIC LYMPH NODE
C12366   C74456   Anatomical Location   BONE

C12372   C74456   Anatomical Location   ARTERY

C12377   C74456   Anatomical Location   GALLBLADDER




C12378   C74456   Anatomical Location   GASTROINTESTINAL
                                        SYSTEM

C12379   C74456   Anatomical Location   LARGE INTESTINE

C12380   C74456   Anatomical Location   APPENDIX


C12382   C74456   Anatomical Location   COLON




C12386   C74456   Anatomical Location   SMALL INTESTINE
C12387   C74456   Anatomical Location   ILEUM
C12388   C74456   Anatomical Location   JEJUNUM

C12389   C74456   Anatomical Location   ESOPHAGUS




C12391   C74456   Anatomical Location   STOMACH



C12392   C74456   Anatomical Location   LIVER




C12393   C74456   Anatomical Location   PANCREAS




C12394   C74456   Anatomical Location   EAR




C12400   C74456   Anatomical Location   THYROID GLAND


C12401   C74456   Anatomical Location   EYE
C12403   C74456   Anatomical Location   FALLOPIAN TUBE



C12404   C74456   Anatomical Location   OVARY
C12405   C74456   Anatomical Location   UTERUS



C12407   C74456   Anatomical Location   VAGINA

C12408   C74456   Anatomical Location   VULVA



C12409   C74456   Anatomical Location   PENIS
C12410   C74456   Anatomical Location   PROSTATE GLAND




C12412   C74456   Anatomical Location   TESTIS


C12413   C74456   Anatomical Location   URINARY SYSTEM

C12414   C74456   Anatomical Location   BLADDER


C12415   C74456   Anatomical Location   KIDNEY




C12416   C74456   Anatomical Location   URETER

C12417   C74456   Anatomical Location   URETHRA

C12419   C74456   Anatomical Location   HEAD

C12420   C74456   Anatomical Location   LARYNX


C12421   C74456   Anatomical Location   ORAL CAVITY



C12422   C74456   Anatomical Location   TONGUE


C12423   C74456   Anatomical Location   NASOPHARYNX
C12424   C74456   Anatomical Location   NASAL CAVITY




C12425   C74456   Anatomical Location   PHARYNX


C12427   C74456   Anatomical Location   PAROTID GLAND

C12428   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRACHEA

C12429   C74456   Anatomical Location   LIMB

C12432   C74456   Anatomical Location   SPLEEN




C12433   C74456   Anatomical Location   THYMUS GLAND




C12434   C74456   Anatomical Location   BLOOD




C12435   C74456   Anatomical Location   MUSCLE TISSUE




C12439   C74456   Anatomical Location   BRAIN
C12442   C74456   Anatomical Location   MEDULLA OBLONGATA




C12447   C74456   Anatomical Location   BASAL GANGLIA




C12452   C74456   Anatomical Location   PUTAMEN




C12459   C74456   Anatomical Location   THALAMUS




C12468   C74456   Anatomical Location   LUNG




C12470   C74456   Anatomical Location   SKIN


C12502   C74456   Anatomical Location   TYMPANIC MEMBRANE




C12503   C74456   Anatomical Location   MASTOID PROCESS


C12664   C74456   Anatomical Location   ABDOMINAL CAVITY
C12666   C74456   Anatomical Location   ADRENAL GLAND




C12669   C74456   Anatomical Location   AORTA




C12674   C74456   Anatomical Location   AXILLA

C12678   C74456   Anatomical Location   BILIARY TRACT




C12679   C74456   Anatomical Location   BLOOD VESSEL



C12681   C74456   Anatomical Location   BRACHIAL ARTERY

C12682   C74456   Anatomical Location   BRACHIAL PLEXUS


C12683   C74456   Anatomical Location   BRONCHUS


C12687   C74456   Anatomical Location   CAROTID ARTERY



C12693   C74456   Anatomical Location   CERVICAL VERTEBRA


C12695   C74456   Anatomical Location   CLAVICLE

C12696   C74456   Anatomical Location   COCCYX


C12709   C74456   Anatomical Location   EPIGLOTTIS


C12711   C74456   Anatomical Location   ETHMOID BONE




C12713   C74456   Anatomical Location   EYELID
C12715   C74456   Anatomical Location   FEMORAL ARTERY

C12716   C74456   Anatomical Location   FEMORAL VEIN

C12717   C74456   Anatomical Location   FEMUR

C12718   C74456   Anatomical Location   FIBULA

C12719   C74456   Anatomical Location   GANGLION


C12724   C74456   Anatomical Location   GLOTTIS
C12726   C74456   Anatomical Location   INGUINAL REGION

C12727   C74456   Anatomical Location   HEART




C12731   C74456   Anatomical Location   HUMERUS

C12736   C74456   Anatomical Location   INTESTINE


C12743   C74456   Anatomical Location   LENS




C12744   C74456   Anatomical Location   LUMBAR VERTEBRA


C12745   C74456   Anatomical Location   LYMPH NODE




C12748   C74456   Anatomical Location   MEDIASTINUM




C12752   C74456   Anatomical Location   METATARSAL BONE


C12756   C74456   Anatomical Location   NOSE


C12761   C74456   Anatomical Location   OPTIC NERVE
C12763   C74456   Anatomical Location   PARANASAL SINUS




C12767   C74456   Anatomical Location   PELVIS


C12768   C74456   Anatomical Location   PERIPHERAL NERVE

C12770   C74456   Anatomical Location   PERITONEUM




C12782   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB




C12783   C74456   Anatomical Location   SCAPULA


C12785   C74456   Anatomical Location   SCROTUM

C12786   C74456   Anatomical Location   LUNATE BONE

C12789   C74456   Anatomical Location   SKULL

C12793   C74456   Anatomical Location   STERNUM

C12797   C74456   Anatomical Location   TEMPORAL BONE




C12798   C74456   Anatomical Location   THORACIC VERTEBRA


C12799   C74456   Anatomical Location   THORAX

C12800   C74456   Anatomical Location   TIBIA

C12802   C74456   Anatomical Location   TONSIL


C12808   C74456   Anatomical Location   TROCHLEAR NERVE

C12811   C74456   Anatomical Location   UVEA

C12814   C74456   Anatomical Location   VEIN
C12817   C74456   Anatomical Location   VENA CAVA

C12822   C74456   Anatomical Location   VOCAL CORD




C12838   C74456   Anatomical Location   RADIAL ARTERY

C12840   C74456   Anatomical Location   PLEURAL CAVITY

C12843   C74456   Anatomical Location   CORONARY ARTERY

C12853   C74456   Anatomical Location   SACRAL VERTEBRA

C12854   C74456   Anatomical Location   SCAPHOID BONE

C12855   C74456   Anatomical Location   PISIFORM BONE

C12856   C74456   Anatomical Location   CAPITATE BONE

C12857   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRAPEZIAL BONE

C12858   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRIANGULAR BONE

C12859   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRAPEZOID BONE

C12860   C74456   Anatomical Location   HAMATE BONE
C12903   C74456   Anatomical Location   SUPRACLAVICULAR LYMPH
                                        NODE
C12904   C74456   Anatomical Location   AXILLARY LYMPH NODE


C12971   C74456   Anatomical Location   BREAST


C12998   C74456   Anatomical Location   VERTEBRAL COLUMN




C13005   C74456   Anatomical Location   PERICARDIUM


C13041   C74456   Anatomical Location   BODY


C13044   C74456   Anatomical Location   JOINT

C13046   C74456   Anatomical Location   LIGAMENT
C13050   C74456   Anatomical Location   SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE



C13062   C74456   Anatomical Location   BACK

C13063   C74456   Anatomical Location   NECK

C13071   C74456   Anatomical Location   FACE



C13166   C74456   Anatomical Location   MUCOSA
C13307   C74456   Anatomical Location   GASTRIC
C13308   C74456   Anatomical Location   HEPATIC

C15609   C74456   Anatomical Location   ANASTOMOSIS

C25203   C74456   Anatomical Location   SHOULDER

C25389   C74456   Anatomical Location   CHEST



C25724   C74456   Anatomical Location   HILAR
C26465   C74456   Anatomical Location   CORPUS LUTEUM




C26470   C74456   Anatomical Location   MAXILLA

C32042   C74456   Anatomical Location   ACETABULUM


C32047   C74456   Anatomical Location   ACROMIOCLAVICULAR
                                        JOINT

C32048   C74456   Anatomical Location   ACROMION
C32078   C74456   Anatomical Location   ANKLE JOINT

C32123   C74456   Anatomical Location   AORTIC ARCH



C32141   C74456   Anatomical Location   ARM


C32197   C74456   Anatomical Location   BASILIC VEIN


C32239   C74456   Anatomical Location   C1 VERTEBRA
C32240   C74456   Anatomical Location   C2 VERTEBRA
C32241   C74456   Anatomical Location   C3 VERTEBRA
C32242   C74456   Anatomical Location   C4 VERTEBRA
C32243   C74456   Anatomical Location   C5 VERTEBRA
C32244   C74456   Anatomical Location   C6 VERTEBRA
C32245   C74456   Anatomical Location   C7 VERTEBRA
C32258   C74456   Anatomical Location   CANINE TOOTH

C32286   C74456   Anatomical Location   CEPHALIC VEIN



C32298   C74456   Anatomical Location   CERVICAL LYMPH NODE
C32334   C74456   Anatomical Location   COCCYGEAL VERTEBRA

C32391   C74456   Anatomical Location   COSTAL CARTILAGE


C32414   C74456   Anatomical Location   CUBOID BONE


C32478   C74456   Anatomical Location   DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERY




C32497   C74456   Anatomical Location   ELBOW JOINT

C32514   C74456   Anatomical Location   ENDOMETRIAL CAVITY

C32577   C74456   Anatomical Location   FACET JOINT



C32608   C74456   Anatomical Location   FINGER
C32609   C74456   Anatomical Location   FINGERNAIL
C32622   C74456   Anatomical Location   FOOT

C32628   C74456   Anatomical Location   FOREARM

C32668   C74456   Anatomical Location   GASTROESOPHAGEAL
                                        JUNCTION
C32677   C74456   Anatomical Location   GINGIVA



C32682   C74456   Anatomical Location   GLENOID FOSSA

C32698   C74456   Anatomical Location   GREAT TROCHANTER

C32705   C74456   Anatomical Location   HAIR
C32712   C74456   Anatomical Location   HAND

C32720   C74456   Anatomical Location   HEAD OF THE HUMERUS

C32742   C74456   Anatomical Location   HIP JOINT
C32752   C74456   Anatomical Location   HYOID BONE



C32761   C74456   Anatomical Location   ILIAC LYMPH NODE

C32765   C74456   Anatomical Location   ILIUM


C32769   C74456   Anatomical Location   INCISOR

C32770   C74456   Anatomical Location   INCUS


C32801   C74456   Anatomical Location   INGUINAL LYMPH NODE

C32868   C74456   Anatomical Location   INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT
                                        OF THE HAND
C32884   C74456   Anatomical Location   ISCHIUM

C32888   C74456   Anatomical Location   JAW JOINT

C32898   C74456   Anatomical Location   KNEE JOINT




C32899   C74456   Anatomical Location   L1 VERTEBRA

C32900   C74456   Anatomical Location   L2 VERTEBRA

C32901   C74456   Anatomical Location   L3 VERTEBRA

C32902   C74456   Anatomical Location   L4 VERTEBRA

C32903   C74456   Anatomical Location   L5 VERTEBRA

C32906   C74456   Anatomical Location   LACRIMAL BONE



C32974   C74456   Anatomical Location   LEG

C32996   C74456   Anatomical Location   LIVER FISSURE


C33031   C74456   Anatomical Location   LYMPH NODE HILUM
C33051   C74456   Anatomical Location   MALLEUS
C33073   C74456   Anatomical Location   MEDIASTINAL LYMPH NODE




C33108   C74456   Anatomical Location   METATARSOPHALANGEAL
                                        JOINT

C33156   C74456   Anatomical Location   NAIL

C33157   C74456   Anatomical Location   NASAL BONE

C33160   C74456   Anatomical Location   NASAL SEPTUM
C33162   C74456   Anatomical Location   NAVICULAR BONE

C33178   C74456   Anatomical Location   NOSTRIL

C33200   C74456   Anatomical Location   OLECRANON

C33205   C74456   Anatomical Location   OLFACTORY MUCOSA



C33278   C74456   Anatomical Location   PAROTID GLAND LYMPH
                                        NODE
C33282   C74456   Anatomical Location   PATELLA


C33287   C74456   Anatomical Location   PELVIC BONE



C33301   C74456   Anatomical Location   PERINEUM

C33318   C74456   Anatomical Location   PHARYNGEAL TONSIL


C33343   C74456   Anatomical Location   PORTAL VEIN


C33433   C74456   Anatomical Location   PYLORIC SPHINCTER

C33507   C74456   Anatomical Location   SACROILIAC JOINT

C33508   C74456   Anatomical Location   SACRUM


C33548   C74456   Anatomical Location   SHOULDER JOINT

C33556   C74456   Anatomical Location   SINUS
C33615   C74456   Anatomical Location   STERNOCLAVICULAR JOINT

C33718   C74456   Anatomical Location   SYNOVIAL FLUID
C33720   C74456   Anatomical Location   T1 VERTEBRA

C33721   C74456   Anatomical Location   T10 VERTEBRA

C33722   C74456   Anatomical Location   T11 VERTEBRA

C33723   C74456   Anatomical Location   T12 VERTEBRA

C33724   C74456   Anatomical Location   T2 VERTEBRA

C33725   C74456   Anatomical Location   T3 VERTEBRA

C33726   C74456   Anatomical Location   T4 VERTEBRA

C33727   C74456   Anatomical Location   T5 VERTEBRA

C33728   C74456   Anatomical Location   T6 VERTEBRA

C33729   C74456   Anatomical Location   T7 VERTEBRA

C33730   C74456   Anatomical Location   T8 VERTEBRA

C33731   C74456   Anatomical Location   T9 VERTEBRA

C33737   C74456   Anatomical Location   TARSUS BONE

C33763   C74456   Anatomical Location   THIGH

C33788   C74456   Anatomical Location   TOE
C33790   C74456   Anatomical Location   TOENAIL

C33809   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE




C33814   C74456   Anatomical Location   TROCHANTER

C33816   C74456   Anatomical Location   TRUNK
C33820   C74456   Anatomical Location   TUNICA INTIMA




C33888   C74456   Anatomical Location   VOMER



C33894   C74456   Anatomical Location   WRIST JOINT

C33895   C74456   Anatomical Location   XIPHOID PROCESS
C34082   C74456   Anatomical Location   GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT




C43362   C74456   Anatomical Location   ANUS


C49018   C74456   Anatomical Location   REGIONAL LYMPH NODE

C52730   C74456   Anatomical Location   STERNAL MANUBRIUM



C52745   C74456   Anatomical Location   PALATINE BONE




C52749   C74456   Anatomical Location   LEG SKIN
C52754   C74456   Anatomical Location   ARM SKIN
C52758   C74456   Anatomical Location   ABDOMINAL SKIN
C52759   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 9

C52760   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 8

C52761   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 7

C52762   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 6

C52763   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 5

C52764   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 4

C52765   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 3

C52766   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 2

C52767   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 12

C52768   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 11

C52769   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 10

C52770   C74456   Anatomical Location   RIB 1

C52771   C74456   Anatomical Location   HAND PHALANX
C52772   C74456   Anatomical Location   FOOT PHALANX
C52799   C74456   Anatomical Location   TALUS

C52810   C74456   Anatomical Location   SCIATIC NERVE
C54272   C74456         Anatomical Location        THROAT

C61563   C74456         Anatomical Location        FEMORAL NECK

C61599   C74456         Anatomical Location        MALE GENITALIA
C61600   C74456         Anatomical Location        FEMALE GENITALIA
C62432   C74456         Anatomical Location        UNCINATE PROCESS OF
                                                   PANCREAS

C62484   C74456         Anatomical Location        CHEST WALL


C63705   C74456         Anatomical Location        INFRACLAVICULAR LYMPH
                                                   NODE
C63706   C74456         Anatomical Location        FACIAL BONE

C64192   C74456         Anatomical Location        WAIST
C64193   C74456         Anatomical Location        HIP

C65166   C74456         Anatomical Location        CELIAC LYMPH NODE
C66864   C74456         Anatomical Location        TOOTH CANAL

C69300   C74456         Anatomical Location        EPICONDYLE

C74558            Yes   Category for Disposition   DSCAT
                        Event


C74588   C74558         Category for Disposition   PROTOCOL MILESTONE
                        Event


C74589   C74558         Category for Disposition   OTHER EVENT
                        Event
C74590   C74558         Category for Disposition   DISPOSITION EVENT
                        Event



C76351            Yes   Skin Classification        SKINCLAS



C74569   C76351         Skin Classification        TYPE1




C74570   C76351         Skin Classification        TYPE2
C74571   C76351         Skin Classification       TYPE3



C74572   C76351         Skin Classification       TYPE4




C74573   C76351         Skin Classification       TYPE5




C74574   C76351         Skin Classification       TYPE6




C74561            Yes   Skin Type                 SKINTYP

C74591   C74561         Skin Type                 OILY


C74592   C74561         Skin Type                 DRY


C74593   C74561         Skin Type                 NORMAL


C74559            Yes   Subject Characteristic Code SCCD


C17953   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code EDLEVEL

C25188   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code MARISTAT

C25193   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code EMPJOB



C74563   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code SKINCLAS

C74580   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code SKINTYP

C74565   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code JOBCLAS

C74566   C74559         Subject Characteristic Code SALTYP


C76348            Yes   Marital Status            MARISTAT
C76240   C76348         Marital Status             ANNULLED

C51776   C76348         Marital Status             DIVORCED

C76241   C76348         Marital Status             INTERLOCUTORY

C51777   C76348         Marital Status             LEGALLY SEPARATED

C51773   C76348         Marital Status             MARRIED
C51774   C76348         Marital Status             NEVER MARRIED
C51775   C76348         Marital Status             WIDOWED
C76242   C76348         Marital Status             POLYGAMOUS
C53262   C76348         Marital Status             DOMESTIC PARTNER

C74457            Yes   Race                       RACE


C16352   C74457         Race                       BLACK OR AFRICAN
                                                   AMERICAN


C41259   C74457         Race                       AMERICAN INDIAN OR
                                                   ALASKA NATIVE


C41260   C74457         Race                       ASIAN




C41219   C74457         Race                       NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR
                                                   OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER




C41261   C74457         Race                       WHITE


C78731            Yes   Drug Accountability Test   DATEST
                        Name

C78721   C78731         Drug Accountability Test   Dispensed Amount
                        Name
C78722   C78731         Drug Accountability Test   Returned Amount
                        Name
C78732            Yes   Drug Accountability Test   DATESTCD
                        Code

C78721   C78732         Drug Accountability Test   DISPAMT
                        Code
C78722   C78732         Drug Accountability Test   RETAMT
                        Code
C78733            Yes   Specimen Condition   SPECCOND


C70717   C78733         Specimen Condition   FROZEN

C70720   C78733         Specimen Condition   HEMOLIZED


C70715   C78733         Specimen Condition   LIPEMIC

C70718   C78733         Specimen Condition   REFRIGERATED

C70719   C78733         Specimen Condition   ROOM TEMPERATURE


C78723   C78733         Specimen Condition   CALCIFIED
C78724   C78733         Specimen Condition   CLOTTED
C78725   C78733         Specimen Condition   AUTOLIZED


C78734            Yes   Specimen Type        SPECTYPE


C12472   C78734         Specimen Type        ADIPOSE TISSUE


C13188   C78734         Specimen Type        AMNIOTIC FLUID

C13190   C78734         Specimen Type        AQUEOUS HUMOR

C78729   C78734         Specimen Type        ARTERIAL BLOOD



C78739   C78734         Specimen Type        ATHEROSCLEROTIC
                                             PLAQUE
C13192   C78734         Specimen Type        BILE


C12434   C78734         Specimen Type        BLOOD




C12366   C78734         Specimen Type        BONE

C12431   C78734         Specimen Type        BONE MARROW



C13257   C78734         Specimen Type        BREAST MILK
C35708   C78734   Specimen Type   CALCULUS



C12692   C78734   Specimen Type   CEREBROSPINAL FLUID


C32293   C78734   Specimen Type   CERUMEN
C32348   C78734   Specimen Type   COLOSTRUM


C77666   C78734   Specimen Type   EMESIS

C78741   C78734   Specimen Type   EXPIRED AIR



C13233   C78734   Specimen Type   EXUDATE


C13236   C78734   Specimen Type   FLUID

C32705   C78734   Specimen Type   HAIR
C78742   C78734   Specimen Type   LOCHIA


C13273   C78734   Specimen Type   LUNG SURFACTANT




C13252   C78734   Specimen Type   LYMPH




C78743   C78734   Specimen Type   MECONIUM


C78740   C78734   Specimen Type   MENSTRUAL BLOOD


C13259   C78734   Specimen Type   MUCUS

C33156   C78734   Specimen Type   NAIL

C13356   C78734   Specimen Type   PLASMA
C50718   C78734         Specimen Type   PUS


C13275   C78734         Specimen Type   SALIVA


C13276   C78734         Specimen Type   SEBUM

C13277   C78734         Specimen Type   SEMEN




C33529   C78734         Specimen Type   SEMINAL FLUID


C13325   C78734         Specimen Type   SERUM


C33574   C78734         Specimen Type   SMEGMA

C13278   C78734         Specimen Type   SPUTUM



C13234   C78734         Specimen Type   STOOL


C13280   C78734         Specimen Type   PERSPIRATION
C12801   C78734         Specimen Type   TISSUE



C78744   C78734         Specimen Type   TRANSUDATE



C13283   C78734         Specimen Type   URINE

C78730   C78734         Specimen Type   VENOUS BLOOD




C78735            Yes   Evaluator       EVAL

C17445   C78735         Evaluator       CAREGIVER


C42708   C78735         Evaluator       CHILD
C42708   C78735         Evaluator       PARENT
C51811   C78735         Evaluator                   CLINICAL RESEARCH
                                                    COORDINATOR




C25465   C78735         Evaluator                   CLINICAL RESEARCH
                                                    ASSOCIATE



C70793   C78735         Evaluator                   CLINICAL STUDY SPONSOR

C53287   C78735         Evaluator                   HEALTH CARE
                                                    PROFESSIONAL

C78720   C78735         Evaluator                   INDEPENDENT ASSESSOR


C25936   C78735         Evaluator                   INVESTIGATOR




C72884   C78735         Evaluator                   FRIEND

C41189   C78735         Evaluator                   STUDY SUBJECT


C62649   C78735         Evaluator                   SPOUSE
C53262   C78735         Evaluator                   DOMESTIC PARTNER



C78726   C78735         Evaluator                   ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE


C51828   C78735         Evaluator                   GUARDIAN



C78736            Yes   Reference Range Indicator   NRIND


C78727   C78736         Reference Range Indicator   NORMAL

C78802   C78736         Reference Range Indicator   ABNORMAL

C78800   C78736         Reference Range Indicator   HIGH

C78801   C78736         Reference Range Indicator   LOW
C78737            No    Relationship Type      RELTYPE


C66832   C78737         Relationship Type      ONE
C78728   C78737         Relationship Type      MANY
C78738            Yes   Never/Current/Former   NCF
                        Classification


C70543   C78738         Never/Current/Former   NEVER
                        Classification
C25471   C78738         Never/Current/Former   CURRENT
                        Classification
C25627   C78738         Never/Current/Former   FORMER
                        Classification
CDISC Preferred Term    CDISC Synonym(s)

ACN                     Action Taken with
                        Study Treatment

DOSE INCREASED


DOSE NOT CHANGED

DOSE REDUCED


DRUG INTERRUPTED


DRUG WITHDRAWN


NOT APPLICABLE          NA

UNKNOWN                 U; Unknown

OUT                     Outcome of Event


FATAL                   Grade 5; 5

NOT RECOVERED/NOT
RESOLVED

RECOVERED/RESOLVED


RECOVERED/RESOLVED
WITH SEQUELAE


RECOVERING/RESOLVING


UNKNOWN                 U; Unknown

AGESPAN                 Age Span

ADOLESCENT (12-17
YEARS)

ADULT (18-65)
CHILDREN (2-11 YEARS)

ELDERLY (> 65)
IN UTERO



INFANT AND TODDLER (28
DAYS - 23 MONTHS)
NEWBORN (0-27 DAYS)
PRETERM NEWBORN
INFANTS
AGEU                     Age Unit

DAYS


HOURS


MONTHS



WEEKS
YEARS


IECAT                    Category for
                         Inclusion/Exclusion


EXCLUSION


INCLUSION




SOC                      CDISC System Organ
                         Class

BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC
SYSTEM DISORDERS

CARDIAC DISORDERS


CONGENITAL, FAMILIAL
AND GENETIC DISORDERS


EAR AND LABYRINTH
DISORDERS
ENDOCRINE DISORDERS


EYE DISORDERS


GASTROINTESTINAL
DISORDERS

GENERAL DISORDERS AND
ADMINISTRATION SITE
CONDITIONS


HEPATOBILIARY
DISORDERS

IMMUNE SYSTEM
DISORDERS
INFECTIONS AND
INFESTATIONS

INJURY, POISONING AND
PROCEDURAL
COMPLICATIONS
INVESTIGATIONS


METABOLISM AND
NUTRITION DISORDERS

MUSCULOSKELETAL AND
CONNECTIVE TISSUE
DISORDERS

NEOPLASMS BENIGN,
MALIGNANT AND
UNSPECIFIED (INCL CYSTS
AND POLYPS)




NERVOUS SYSTEM
DISORDERS

PREGNANCY, PUERPERIUM
AND PERINATAL
CONDITIONS
PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS




RENAL AND URINARY
DISORDERS
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
AND BREAST DISORDERS

RESPIRATORY, THORACIC
AND MEDIASTINAL
DISORDERS

SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS
TISSUE DISORDERS

SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES


SURGICAL AND MEDICAL
PROCEDURES
VASCULAR DISORDERS


TOXGR                   Common Terminology
                        Criteria for Adverse
                        Events




MILD                    Grade 1; 1




MODERATE                Grade 2; 2




SEVERE                  Grade 3; 3



LIFE THREATENING        Grade 4; 4




FATAL                   Grade 5; 5
TCNTRL    Control Type; Type of
          Control


ACTIVE


NONE
PLACEBO




COUNTRY   Country



ABW       ARUBA
AFG       AFGHANISTAN

AGO       ANGOLA


AIA       ANGUILLA
ALA       ALAND ISLANDS

ALB       ALBANIA


AND       ANDORRA

ANT       NETHERLANDS
          ANTILLES


ARE       UNITED ARAB
          EMIRATES

ARG       ARGENTINA

ARM       ARMENIA
ASM       AMERICAN SAMOA

ATA       ANTARCTICA
ATF       FRENCH SOUTHERN
          TERRITORIES

ATG       ANTIGUA AND
          BARBUDA
AUS       AUSTRALIA

AUT       AUSTRIA
AZE   AZERBAIJAN

BDI   BURUNDI

BEL   BELGIUM

BEN   BENIN REPUBLIC

BFA   BURKINA FASO
BGD   BANGLADESH

BGR   BULGARIA

BHR   BAHRAIN

BHS   BAHAMAS

BIH   BOSNIA-
      HERZEGOVINA
BLR   BELARUS
BLZ   BELIZE

BMU   BERMUDA

BOL   BOLIVIA

BRA   BRAZIL

BRB   BARBADOS

BRN   BRUNEI

BTN   BHUTAN
BVT   BOUVET ISLAND

BWA   BOTSWANA
CAF   CENTRAL AFRICAN
      REPUBLIC
CAN   CANADA



CCK   COCOS (KEELING)
      ISLANDS
CHE   SWITZERLAND

CHL   CHILE


CHN   CHINA


CIV   COTE D'IVOIRE
CMR   CAMEROON

COD   DEMOCRATIC
      REPUBLIC OF THE
      CONGO
COG   CONGO

COK   COOK ISLANDS

COL   COLOMBIA



COM   COMOROS


CPV   CAPE VERDE

CRI   COSTA RICA


CUB   CUBA

CXR   CHRISTMAS ISLAND

CYM   CAYMAN ISLANDS

CYP   CYPRUS
CZE   CZECH REPUBLIC
DEU   GERMANY


DJI   DJIBOUTI

DMA   DOMINICA


DNK   DENMARK



DOM   DOMINICAN
      REPUBLIC

DZA   ALGERIA

ECU   ECUADOR


EGY   EGYPT

ERI   ERITREA

ESH   WESTERN SAHARA
ESP   SPAIN


EST   ESTONIA

ETH   ETHIOPIA
FIN   FINLAND


FJI   FIJI

FLK   FALKLAND ISLANDS

FRA   FRANCE



FRO   FAROE ISLANDS


FSM   MICRONESIA,
      FEDERATED STATES
      OF
GAB   GABON


GBR   UNITED KINGDOM



GEO   GEORGIA

GGY   GUERNSEY




GHA   GHANA

GIB   GIBRALTAR

GIN   GUINEA


GLP   GUADELOUPE

GMB   GAMBIA

GNB   GUINEA-BISSAU

GNQ   EQUATORIAL GUINEA
GRC   GREECE


GRD   GRENADA

GRL   GREENLAND

GTM   GUATEMALA


GUF   FRENCH GUIANA

GUM   GUAM

GUY   GUYANA


HKG   HKG; HONG KONG

HMD   HEARD ISLAND AND
      MCDONALD ISLANDS

HND   HONDURAS



HRV   CROATIA


HTI   HAITI



HUN   HUNGARY
IDN   INDONESIA


IND   INDIA

IOT   BRITISH INDIAN
      OCEAN TERRITORY
IRL   IRELAND


IRN   IRAN


IRQ   IRAQ

ISL   ICELAND


ISR   ISRAEL
ITA   ITALY


JAM   JAMAICA
JOR   JORDAN

JPN   JAPAN


JRE   JERSEY



KAZ   KAZAKHSTAN
KEN   KENYA

KGZ   KYRGYZSTAN
KHM   CAMBODIA

KIR   KIRIBATI


KNA   SAINT KITTS AND
      NEVIS
KOR   SOUTH KOREA


KWT   KUWAIT

LAO   LAO PEOPLE'S
      DEMOCRATIC
      REPUBLIC
LBN   LEBANON

LBR   LIBERIA

LBY   LIBYAN ARAB
      JAMAHIRIYA
LCA   SAINT LUCIA


LIE   LIECHTENSTEIN

LKA   SRI LANKA

LSO   LESOTHO

LTU   LITHUANIA

LUX   LUXEMBOURG

LVA   LATVIA

MAC   MACAO
MAR   MOROCCO


MCO   MONACO


MDA   MOLDOVA, REPUBLIC
      OF
MDG   MADAGASCAR

MDV   MALDIVES

MEX   MEXICO



MHL   MARSHALL ISLANDS

MKD   REPUBLIC OF
      MACEDONIA
MLI   MALI
MLT   MALTA

MMR   MYANMAR


MNE   MONTENEGRO



MNG   MONGOLIA
MNP   NORTHERN MARIANA
      ISLANDS

MOZ   MOZAMBIQUE


MRT   MAURITANIA

MSR   MONTSERRAT

MTQ   MARTINIQUE

MUS   MAURITIUS

MWI   MALAWI
MYS   MALAYSIA



MYT   MAYOTTE


NAM   NAMIBIA
NCL   NEW CALEDONIA

NER   NIGER
NFK   NORFOLK ISLAND

NGA   NIGERIA

NIC   NICARAGUA


NIU   NIUE

NLD   NETHERLANDS

NOR   NORWAY

NPL   NEPAL
NRU   NAURU

NZL   NEW ZEALAND

OMN   OMAN


PAK   PAKISTAN


PAN   PANAMA


PCN   PITCAIRN


PER   PERU

PHL   PHILIPPINES


PLW   PALAU


PNG   PAPUA NEW GUINEA



POL   POLAND
PRI   PUERTO RICO

PRK   NORTH KOREA


PRT   PORTUGAL

PRY   PARAGUAY
PSE   PALESTINIAN
      TERRITORY,
      OCCUPIED
PYF   FRENCH POLYNESIA

QAT   QATAR

REU   REUNION

ROU   ROMANIA

RUS   RUSSIAN
      FEDERATION


RWA   RWANDA

SAU   SAUDI ARABIA

SCG   SERBIA



SDN   SUDAN

SEN   SENEGAL


SGP   SINGAPORE

SGS   SOUTH GEORGIA
      AND THE SOUTH
      SANDWICH ISLANDS
SHN   SAINT HELENA

SJM   SVALBARD AND JAN
      MAYEN

SLB   SOLOMON ISLANDS

SLE   SIERRA LEONE

SLV   EL SALVADOR

SMR   SAN MARINO

SOM   SOMALIA

SPM   SAINT PIERRE AND
      MIQUELON

STP   SAO TOME AND
      PRINCIPE
SUR   SURINAME


SVK   SLOVAKIA
SVN   SLOVENIA

SWE   SWEDEN


SWZ   SWAZILAND

SYC   SEYCHELLES

SYR   SYRIAN ARAB
      REPUBLIC
TCA   TURKS AND CAICOS
      ISLANDS
TCD   CHAD
TGO   TOGO

THA   THAILAND


TJK   TAJIKISTAN
TKL   TOKELAU

TKM   TURKMENISTAN

TLS   TIMOR-LESTE




TON   TONGA

TTO   TRINIDAD AND
      TOBAGO
TUN   TUNISIA

TUR   TURKEY




TUV   TUVALU


TWN   TAIWAN
TZA                TANZANIA, UNITED
                   REPUBLIC OF
UGA                UGANDA
UKR                UKRAINE

UMI                UNITED STATES
                   MINOR OUTLYING
                   ISLANDS

URY                URUGUAY

USA                UNITED STATES


UZB                UZBEKISTAN
VAT                VATICAN CITY STATE

VCT                SAINT VINCENT AND
                   THE GRENADINES
VEN                VENEZUELA


VGB                VIRGIN ISLANDS,
                   BRITISH
VIR                VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S.

VNM                VIETNAM


VUT                VANUATU

WLF                WALLIS AND FUTUNA

WSM                SAMOA

YEM                YEMEN


ZAF                SOUTH AFRICA

ZMB                ZAMBIA
ZWE                ZIMBABWE

TDIGRP             Diagnosis Group




HEALTHY SUBJECTS


DICTNAM            Dictionary Name;
                   Name of Dictionary
COSTART              Coding Symbols for a
                     Thesaurus of Adverse
                     Reaction Terms

ICD                  International
                     Classification of
                     Diseases




LOINC                Logical Observation
                     Identifiers Names and
                     Codes
MedDRA               Medical Dictionary for
                     Regulatory Activities




SNOMED               Systematized
                     Nomenclature of
                     Medicine
WHOART               World Health
                     Organization Adverse
                     Reaction Terms
WHODD                World Health
                     Organization Drug
                     Dictionary
ND                   Not Done

NOT DONE

ETHNIC               Patient Ethnic Group




HISPANIC OR LATINO
NOT HISPANIC OR LATINO



NOT REPORTED              Not reported
UNKNOWN                   U; Unknown

FRM                       Pharmaceutical
                          Dosage Form; Dose
                          Form




AEROSOL




AEROSOL, FOAM




AEROSOL, METERED


AEROSOL, POWDER



AEROSOL, SPRAY



BAR, CHEWABLE

BEAD

BEAD, IMPLANT, EXTENDED
RELEASE



BLOCK
CAPSULE




CAPSULE, COATED



CAPSULE, COATED
PELLETS



CAPSULE, COATED,
EXTENDED RELEASE




CAPSULE, DELAYED
RELEASE




CAPSULE, DELAYED
RELEASE PELLETS




CAPSULE, EXTENDED
RELEASE




CAPSULE, FILM COATED,
EXTENDED RELEASE




CAPSULE, GELATIN
COATED
CAPSULE, LIQUID FILLED




CEMENT

CIGARETTE




CLOTH


CONCENTRATE


CONE




CORE, EXTENDED
RELEASE

CREAM


CREAM, AUGMENTED




CRYSTAL



CULTURE

DIAPHRAGM


DISC

DOUCHE




DRESSING
DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM


ELIXIR


EMULSION




ENEMA

EXTRACT




FIBER, EXTENDED
RELEASE


FILM

FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE



FILM, SOLUBLE

FOR SOLUTION

FOR SUSPENSION

FOR SUSPENSION,
EXTENDED RELEASE


GAS
GEL




GEL, DENTIFRICE




GEL, METERED


GENERATOR



GLOBULE




GRAFT

GRANULE

GRANULE, DELAYED
RELEASE


GRANULE, EFFERVESCENT




GRANULE, FOR SOLUTION




GRANULE, FOR
SUSPENSION
GRANULE, FOR
SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
RELEASE



GUM

GUM, CHEWING


GUM, RESIN

IMPLANT


INHALANT




INJECTABLE, LIPOSOMAL



INJECTION


INJECTION, EMULSION


INJECTION, LIPID COMPLEX

INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
SOLUTION
INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
SUSPENSION

INJECTION, POWDER, FOR
SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
RELEASE



INJECTION, POWDER,
LYOPHILIZED, FOR
LIPOSOMAL SUSPENSION
INJECTION, POWDER,
LYOPHILIZED, FOR
SOLUTION




INJECTION, POWDER,
LYOPHILIZED, FOR
SUSPENSION




INJECTION, POWDER,
LYOPHILIZED, FOR
SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
RELEASE


INJECTION, SOLUTION



INJECTION, SOLUTION,
CONCENTRATE


INJECTION, SUSPENSION




INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
EXTENDED RELEASE




INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
LIPOSOMAL
INJECTION, SUSPENSION,
SONICATED




INSERT



INSERT, EXTENDED
RELEASE




INTRAUTERINE DEVICE

IRRIGANT


JELLY




KIT

LINER, DENTAL

LINIMENT


LIPSTICK

LIQUID




LIQUID, EXTENDED
RELEASE


LOTION
LOTION. AUGMENTED




LOTION/SHAMPOO


LOZENGE



MOUTHWASH

NOT APPLICABLE

OIL




OINTMENT




OINTMENT, AUGMENTED




PACKING


PASTE




PASTE, DENTIFRICE


PASTILLE
PATCH




PATCH, EXTENDED
RELEASE



PATCH, EXTENDED
RELEASE, ELECTRICALLY
CONTROLLED



PELLET


PELLET, IMPLANTABLE




PELLETS, COATED,
EXTENDED RELEASE




PILL

PLASTER




POULTICE


POWDER


POWDER, DENTIFRICE


POWDER, FOR SOLUTION
POWDER, FOR
SUSPENSION



POWDER, METERED


RING



RINSE

SALVE


SHAMPOO


SHAMPOO, SUSPENSION



SOAP




SOLUTION




SOLUTION, CONCENTRATE




SOLUTION, FOR SLUSH




SOLUTION, GEL FORMING /
DROPS
SOLUTION, GEL FORMING,
EXTENDED RELEASE

SOLUTION/ DROPS
SPONGE



SPRAY

SPRAY, METERED


SPRAY, SUSPENSION




STICK

STRIP

SUPPOSITORY



SUPPOSITORY, EXTENDED
RELEASE

SUSPENSION




SUSPENSION, EXTENDED
RELEASE




SUSPENSION/DROPS

SUTURE

SWAB



SYRUP




TABLET
TABLET, CHEWABLE




TABLET, COATED


TABLET, COATED
PARTICLES

TABLET, DELAYED
RELEASE

TABLET, DELAYED
RELEASE PARTICLES



TABLET, EFFERVESCENT




TABLET, EXTENDED
RELEASE

TABLET, FILM COATED



TABLET, FILM COATED,
EXTENDED RELEASE




TABLET, FOR SOLUTION

TABLET, FOR SUSPENSION;
TABLET, DISPERSIBLE

TABLET, MULTILAYER



TABLET, MULTILAYER,
EXTENDED RELEASE
TABLET, ORALLY
DISINTEGRATING

TABLET, ORALLY
DISINTEGRATING, DELAYED
RELEASE


TABLET, SOLUBLE


TABLET, SUGAR COATED



TAMPON



TAPE


TINCTURE

TROCHE



UNASSIGNED

WAFER

NCOMPLT                   Completion/Reason for
                          Non-Completion

ADVERSE EVENT




COMPLETED
DEATH

LACK OF EFFICACY

LOST TO FOLLOW-UP

NON-COMPLIANCE WITH
STUDY DRUG

OTHER                   Other

PHYSICIAN DECISION


PREGNANCY



PROGRESSIVE DISEASE

PROTOCOL VIOLATION

RECOVERY


SCREEN FAILURE

STUDY TERMINATED BY
SPONSOR
TECHNICAL PROBLEMS

WITHDRAWAL BY SUBJECT

STENRF                  Relation to Reference
                        Period

AFTER

BEFORE

DURING

DURING/AFTER

UNKNOWN                 U; Unknown

ROUTE                   Route of Administration


AURICULAR (OTIC)

BUCCAL
CONJUNCTIVAL


CUTANEOUS

DENTAL

ELECTRO-OSMOSIS

ENDOCERVICAL

ENDOSINUSIAL

ENDOTRACHEAL

ENTERAL

EPIDURAL

EXTRA-AMNIOTIC

EXTRACORPOREAL


HEMODIALYSIS

INFILTRATION

INTERSTITIAL

INTRA-ABDOMINAL

INTRA-AMNIOTIC

INTRA-ARTERIAL

INTRA-ARTICULAR

INTRABILIARY

INTRABRONCHIAL

INTRABURSAL

INTRACARDIAC

INTRACARTILAGINOUS


INTRACAUDAL

INTRACAVERNOUS
INTRACAVITARY


INTRACEREBRAL

INTRACISTERNAL

INTRACORNEAL


INTRACORONAL, DENTAL



INTRACORONARY

INTRACORPORUS
CAVERNOSUM

INTRADERMAL

INTRADISCAL

INTRADUCTAL

INTRADUODENAL

INTRADURAL

INTRAEPIDERMAL

INTRAESOPHAGEAL

INTRAGASTRIC

INTRAGINGIVAL

INTRAILEAL

INTRALESIONAL

INTRALUMINAL

INTRALYMPHATIC

INTRAMEDULLARY

INTRAMENINGEAL


INTRAMUSCULAR

INTRAOCULAR
INTRAOVARIAN

INTRAPERICARDIAL

INTRAPERITONEAL

INTRAPLEURAL

INTRAPROSTATIC

INTRAPULMONARY

INTRASINAL

INTRASPINAL

INTRASYNOVIAL

INTRATENDINOUS

INTRATESTICULAR

INTRATHECAL


INTRATHORACIC

INTRATUBULAR

INTRATUMOR          Intratumor Route of
                    Administration
INTRATYMPANIC

INTRAUTERINE

INTRAVASCULAR

INTRAVENOUS

INTRAVENOUS BOLUS

INTRAVENOUS DRIP

INTRAVENTRICULAR

INTRAVESICAL

INTRAVITREAL

IONTOPHORESIS


IRRIGATION
LARYNGEAL

NASAL

NASOGASTRIC

NOT APPLICABLE


OCCLUSIVE DRESSING
TECHNIQUE
OPHTHALMIC

ORAL

OROPHARYNGEAL

OTHER

PARENTERAL

PERCUTANEOUS

PERIARTICULAR

PERIDURAL

PERINEURAL

PERIODONTAL

RECTAL

RESPIRATORY
(INHALATION)
RETROBULBAR

SOFT TISSUE

SUBARACHNOID

SUBCONJUNCTIVAL

SUBCUTANEOUS

SUBLINGUAL

SUBMUCOSAL

TOPICAL


TRANSDERMAL
TRANSMUCOSAL

TRANSPLACENTAL

TRANSTRACHEAL

TRANSTYMPANIC

UNASSIGNED

UNKNOWN

URETERAL

URETHRAL

VAGINAL

AESEV            Severity/Intensity Scale
                 for Adverse Events


MILD             Grade 1; 1



MODERATE         Grade 2; 2




SEVERE           Grade 3; 3



SEX              Sex



F                Female



M                Male



UNKNOWN          U; Unknown

UN               Undifferentiated
SEXPOP   Sex of Participants


BOTH

F        Female



M        Male



SIZE     Size

LARGE

MEDIUM

SMALL
DOMAIN   Domain Abbreviation




AD       Analysis Dataset


AE       Adverse Events

AU       Autopsy

BM       Bone Mineral Density
         (BMD) Data
BR       Biopsy
CM       Concomitant Meds




CO       Comments




DA       Drug Accountability


DC       Disease Characteristics
DM   Demographics



DS   Disposition


DV   Protocol Deviations




EE   Electroencephalogram

EG   Electrocardiogram



EX   Exposure




FH   Family History


HU   Healthcare Resource
     Utilization

IE   Inclusion/Exclusion



LB   Laboratory Data




MB   Microbiology

MH   Medical History




ML   Meal Data



MS   Microbiology
     Susceptibility
OM   Organ Measurements
PC   Pharmacokinetic
     Concentration
PE   Physical Exam




PG   Pharmacogenomics

PP   Pharmacokinetic
     Parameters
QS   Questionnaires



SC   Subject Characteristics



SE   Subject Element


SG   Surgery
SK   Skin Test
SL   Sleep
     Polysomnography Data

ST   Stress (Exercise) Test
     Data
SU   Substance Use



SV   Subject Visits

TA   Trial Arms


TE   TE; Trial Elements



TI   Trial
     Inclusion/Exclusion
     Criteria
TS   Trial Summary


TV   Trial Visits

VS   Vital Signs
TBLIND         Trial Blinding Schema


DOUBLE BLIND



OPEN LABEL


SINGLE BLIND




TINDTP         Trial Indication Type


CURE


DIAGNOSIS


MITIGATION



PREVENTION



TREATMENT


TPHASE         Trial Phase
Phase I Trial        Trial Phase 1; 1




Phase I/II Trial     Trial Phase 1-2; 1-2


Phase II Trial       Trial Phase 2; 2




Phase II/III Trial   Trial Phase 2-3; 2-3

Phase IIa Trial      Trial Phase 2A; 2A


Phase IIb Trial      Trial Phase 2B; 2B




Phase III Trial      Trial Phase 3; 3
Phase IIIa Trial   Trial Phase 3A; 3A


Phase IIIb Trial   Trial Phase 3B; 3B




Phase IV Trial     Trial Phase 4; 4




Phase V Trial      Trial Phase 5; 5

NOT APPLICABLE     NA

TSPARMCD           Trial Summary
                   Parameter Test Code

ADDON              Added on to Existing
                   Treatments

AEDICT             Adverse Event
                   Dictionary
AGEMAX             Planned Maximum Age
                   of Subjects
AGEMIN             Planned Minimum Age
                   of Subjects
AGESPAN            Age Span

AGEU               Age Unit

DOSE               Dose per
                   Administration

DRUGDICT           Drug Dictionary

LENGTH             Trial Length

MHDICT             Medical History
                   Dictionary
PLANSUB            Planned Number of
                   Subjects
RANDOM     Trial is Randomized




ROUTE      Route of Administration

SEXPOP     Sex of Participants

STOPRULE   Study Stop Rules


TBLIND     Trial Blinding Schema

TCNTRL     Control Type



TDIGRP     Diagnosis Group




TINDTP     Trial Indication Type

TITLE      Trial Title

TPHASE     Trial Phase
           Classification




TTYPE      Trial Type

TSPARM     Trial Summary
           Parameter Test Name

ADDON      Added on to Existing
           Treatments

AEDICT     Adverse Event
           Dictionary
AGEMAX     Planned Maximum Age
           of Subjects
AGEMIN     Planned Minimum Age
           of Subjects
AGESPAN    Age Group

AGEU       Age Unit

DOSE       Dose per
           Administration

DRUGDICT   Drug Dictionary

LENGTH     Trial Length

MHDICT     Medical History
           Dictionary
PLANSUB    Planned Number of
           Subjects
RANDOM     Trial is Randomized




ROUTE      Route of Administration

SEXPOP     Sex of Participants

STOPRULE   Study Stop Rules


TBLIND     Trial Blinding Schema

TCNTRL     Control Type



TDIGRP     Diagnosis Group




TINDTP     Trial Indication Type

TITLE      Trial Title

TPHASE     Trial Phase
           Classification
TTYPE              Trial Type

TTYPE              Trial Type

BIO-AVAILABILITY



BIO-EQUIVALENCE




EFFICACY


PHARMACODYNAMIC



PHARMACOECONOMIC




PHARMACOGENOMIC




PHARMACOKINETIC


SAFETY

VSRESU             Units for Vital Signs
                   Results

%                  Percentage

BEATS/MIN          Beats per Minute

BREATHS/MIN        Breaths per Minute
C          Degree Celsius




cm         Centimeter


F          Degree Fahrenheit




g          Gram

IN         Inch

kg         Kilogram




kg/m2      Kilogram Per Square
           Meter
LB         Pound


m2         Square Meter



mmHg       Millimeter of Mercury


ohm        ohm




VSTESTCD   Vital Signs Test Code
BMI       Body Mass Index

BODYFAT   Adipose Tissue


BSA       Body Surface Area




DIABP     Diastolic Blood
          Pressure
FRMSIZE   Body Frame Size


HEIGHT    Height


HR        Heart Rate

MAP       Mean Arterial Pressure




PULSE     Pulse Rate




RESP      Respiratory Rate


SYSBP     Systolic Blood

TEMP      Temperature




WEIGHT    Weight

VSTEST    Vital Signs Test Name
BMI       Body Mass Index

BODYFAT   Adipose Tissue


BSA       Body Surface Area




DIABP     Diastolic Blood
          Pressure
FRMSIZE   Body Frame Size


HEIGHT    Height


HR        Heart Rate

MAP       Mean Arterial Pressure




PULSE     Pulse Rate




RESP      Respiratory Rate


SYSBP     Systolic Blood Pressure

TEMP      Temperature




WEIGHT    Weight
NY               No Yes Response



N                No
NOT APPLICABLE   NA

UNKNOWN          U; Unknown

Y                Yes
LBTESTCD         Laboratory Test Code


ANISO            Anisocytes

POIKILO          Poikilocytes

BILI             Bilirubin

APTT             Activated Partial
                 Thromboplastin Time


GLUC             Glucose

PH               pH

RBC              Erythrocytes; Red
                 Blood Cells
RETI             Reticulocytes

WBC              Leukocytes; White
                 Blood Cells
LYM              Lymphocytes

PLAT             Platelet

BUN              Blood Urea Nitrogen

CHOL             Cholesterol; Total
                 Cholesterol

HDL              HDL Cholesterol


LDL              LDL Cholesterol

PT               Prothrombin Time


NEUT             Neutrophils

ALB              Albumin
ALP       Alkaline Phosphatase

ALT       Alanine
          Aminotransferase;
          SGPT
AMYLASE   Amylase

AST       Aspartate
          Aminotransferase:
          SGOT
BACT      Bacteria

BASO      Basophils

BASOLE    Basophils/Leukocytes

BILDIR    Direct Bilirubin

BILIND    Indirect Bilirubin

BLASTLE   Blasts/Leukocytes

CA        Calcium

CK        Creatine Kinase

CKBB      Creatine Kinase BB

CKMB      Creatine Kinase MB

CKMM      Creatine Kinase MM

CL        Chloride

CO2       Carbon Dioxide

COLOR     Color
CREAT     Creatinine

CRP       C Reactive Protein

ELLIPCY   Elliptocytes; Ovalocytes

EOS       Eosinophils

EOSLE     Eosinophils/Leukocytes

EPIC      Epithelial Cells

FIBRINO   Fibrinogen

HCT       Hematocrit
MCH       Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          Hemoglobin

MCHC      Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          HGB Concentration


MCV       Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          Volume
RDW       Erythrocytes
          Distribution Width

TEARDCY   Dacryocytes; Tear
          Shaped Erythrocytes
HYPO      Hypochromia


POLYCHR   Polychromasia

INR       Prothrombin Intl.
          Normalized Ratio



VLDL      VLDL Cholesterol


LIPASE    Triacylglycerol Lipase

SODIUM    Sodium
NITRITE   Nitrite
TRIG      Triglycerides

TSH       Thyrotropin

URATE     Urate; Uric Acid
UREA      Urea
UROBIL    Urobilinogen

VITB12    Vitamin B12

LYMAT     Lymphocytes Atypical

LYMATLE   Lymphocytes
          Atypical/Leukocytes

LYMLE     Lymphocytes/Leukocyt
          es
MACROCY   Macrocytes

MICROCY   Microcytes

MONO      Monocytes
MONOLE     Monocytes/Leukocytes

MYBLALE    Myeloblasts/Leukocytes

MYCYLE     Myelocytes/Leukocytes

NEUTLE     Neutrophils/Leukocytes

RETIRBC    Reticulocytes/Erythrocy
           tes
PRLYMLE    Prolymphocytes/Leuko
           cytes
NEUTB      Neutrophils Band Form

NEUTBLE    Neutrophils Band
           Form/Leukocytes

SPGRAV     Specific Gravity
MG         Magnesium

GGT        Gamma Glutamyl
           Transferase

HGB        Hemoglobin

HBA1C      Hemoglobin A1C


HBSAG      Hepatitis B Virus
           Surface Antigen

HCG        Choriogonadotropin
           Beta; Pregnancy Test
K          Potassium

KETONES    Ketones

LDH        Lactate
           Dehydrogenase

LEUKASE    Leukocyte Esterase

PHOS       Phosphate;
           Phosphorus
PROT       Protein


PSA        Prostate Specific
           Antigen
CREATCLR   Creatinine Clearance


HAIRYCE    Hairy Cells
BLAST      Blasts

CD19       CD19

CD3        CD3

CD4        CD4

CD8        CD8

DOHLE      Dohle Bodies



ESR        Erythrocyte
           Sedimentation Rate

HYPSEGCE   Hypersegmented Cells


LYMMCE     Lymphoma Cells

MAYHEG     May-Hegglin Anomaly



METAMY     Metamyelocytes


PAPPEN     Pappenheimer Bodies



PELGERH    Pelger Huet Anomaly


LYMPL      Plasmacytoid
           Lymphocytes;
           Plymphocytes

PLSPCE     Precursor Plasma
           Cells; Plasmablast

PROLYM     Prolymphocytes

PROMONO    Promonocytes

PROMY      Promyelocytes

ROULEAUX   Rouleaux Formation

SEZCE      Sezary Cells
SCKLCE     Sickle Cells

SMDGCE     Smudge Cells; Basket
           Cells

NEUTVAC    Vacuolated Neutrophils

BLASTLM    Leukemic Blasts;
           Lymphocytes;
           Lymphoblasts;
           Immunoblastic
MONOBL     Monoblasts

MYBLA      Myeloblasts

ACANTRBC   Acanthocytes/Erythrocy
           tes

BTECERBC   Bite Cells/Erythrocytes



CD19LY     CD19/Lymphocytes


CD3LY      CD3/Lymphocytes


CD4CD8     CD4/CD8


CD4LY      CD4/Lymphocytes


CD8LY      CD8/Lymphocytes


HRYCELY    Hairy
           Cells/Lymphocytes


BLSTLMLY   Leukemic
           Blasts/Lymphocytes

MLIGCEBC   Malignant Cells,
           NOS/Blood Cells

METAMYLE   Metamyelocytes/Leuko
           cytes


MONOBLLE   Monoblasts/Leukocytes
RBCNURBC   Nucleated
           Erythrocytes/Erythrocyt
           es; Nucleated Red
           Blood
           Cells/Erythrocytes
LYMPLLY    Plasmacytoid
           Lymphocytes/Lymphoc
           ytes


POIKRBC    Poikilocytes/Erythrocyte
           s

PLSPCELY   Precursor Plasma
           Cells/Lymphocytes


PROLYMLY   Prolymphocytes/Lymph
           ocytes

PROMONLE   Promonocytes/Leukocy
           tes

PROMYLE    Promyelocytes/Leukocy
           tes

LYMRCTLY   Reactive
           Lymphocytes/Lymphoc
           ytes

SEZCELY    Sezary
           Cells/Lymphocytes

SCKCERBC   Sickle
           Cells/Erythrocytes

AUERRODS   Auer Rods



HELMETCE   Helmet Cells


LGUNSCE    Large Unstained Cells



MLIGCE     Malignant Cells, NOS

PLSMCE     Mature Plasma Cells;
           Plasmacytes
MYCY       Myelocytes

SPERM      Spermatozoa
YEAST      Yeast Cells

CYAMORPH   Amorphous Crystals


AMORPHSD   Amorphous Sediment

BICARB     Bicarbonate; HCO3

CYBILI     Bilirubin Crystals

CYCACAR    Calcium Carbonate
           Crystals
CYCAOXA    Calcium Oxalate
           Crystals
CYCAPHOS   Calcium Phosphate
           Crystals
CYCHOL     Cholesterol Crystals

CRYSTALS   Crystals

CYCYSTIN   Cystine Crystals

VITB9      Folic Acid; Vitamin B9

CARNITF    Carnitine, Free

FRUCT      Fructosamine; Glycated
           Serum Protein

IRON       Iron; FE
CYLEUC     Leucine Crystals

CYMSU      Monosodium Urate
           Crystals
CARNIT     Carnitine

CYTYRO     Tyrosine Crystals

CYURIAC    Uric Acid Crystals

ANIONG     Anion Gap


OCCBLD     Occult Blood

AMPHET     Amphetamine

BARB       Barbiturates

CANNAB     Cannabinoids

COCAINE    Cocaine
EPIROCE   Round Epithelial Cells

ACANT     Acanthocytes

BITECE    Bite Cells


BURRCE    Burr Cells; Keratocytes



CABOT     Cabot Rings


CRENCE    Crenated Cells;
          Echinocytes


HOWJOL    Howell-Jolly Bodies



RBCNUC    Nucleated Erythrocytes;
          Nucleated Red Blood
          Cells

SCHISTO   Schistocytes

SPHERO    Spherocytes

STOMCY    Stomatocytes



HEINZ     Heinz Bodies; Heinz-
          Erhlich Bodies

HASAB     Hepatitis A Virus
          Surface Antibody
HBSAB     Hepatitis B Virus
          Surface Antibody
HCSAB     Hepatitis C Virus
          Surface Antibody
HIV1AB    HIV-1 Antibody

HIV12AB   HIV-1/2 Antibody

HIV2AB    HIV-2 Antibody

RPR       Rapid Plasma Reagin


RF        Rheumatoid Factor
IBCT       Total Iron Binding
           Capacity
IBCU       Unsaturated Iron
           Binding Capacity

MUCTHR     Mucous Threads

TURB       Turbidity
HAVPCR     HAV PCR Viral Load

HBVPCR     HBV PCR Viral Load

HCVPCR     HCV PCR Viral Load

HIVPCR     HIV PCR Viral Load

PLATGNT    Giant Platelets

PLATLRG    Large Platelets

MPV        Mean Platelet Volume

ALDOLASE   Aldolase

AFP        Alpha Fetoprotein

APOA1      Apolipoprotein A1

APOB       Apolipoprotein B

BNP        Brain Natriuretic
           Peptide; B-Type
           Natriuretic Peptide
CPEPTIDE   C-peptide

FERRITIN   Ferritin
GLOBUL     Globulin

GLUTAM     Glutamate; Glutamic
           Acid
HAPTOG     Haptoglobin

HOMOCY     Homocysteine

NTELOP     N-telopeptide

OSTEOC     Osteocalcin

SHBG       Sex Hormone Binding
           Globulin; Sex Hormone
           Binding Protein

TBG        Thyroxine Binding
           Globulin
T3         Triiodothyronine

T3UP       Triiodothyronine
           Uptake

TROPONI    Troponin I

TROPONT    Troponin T

TNF        Tumor Necrosis Factor

BUNCREAT   BUN/Creatinine


CYHIPPAC   Hippuric Acid Crystals

CYSULFA    Sulfa Crystals

CYTRPHOS   Triple Phosphate
           Crystals
CYUNCLA    Unclassified Crystals

CYAMMBIU   Ammonium Biurate
           Crystals

CYAMMOX    Ammonium Oxalate
           Crystals

ALBCREAT   Albumin/Creatinine;
           Microalbumin/Creatinin
           e Ratio
CSBACT     Bacterial Casts

CASTS      Casts

CSCELL     Cellular Casts


CSGRANC    Granular Coarse Casts

CSFAT      Fatty Casts

FGRANCS    Fine Granular Casts

CSGRAN     Granular Casts

CSGRANF    Granular Fine Casts

CSHYAL     Hyaline Casts

CSMIX      Mixed Casts


CSRBC      RBC Casts
EPISQCE    Squamous Epithelial
           Cells
EPISQTCE   Squamous Transitional
           Epithelial Cells;
           Epithelial Cells
EPITUCE    Tubular Epithelial Cells

CSUNCLA    Unclassified Casts

CSWAX      Waxy Casts

CSWBC      WBC Casts

CSEPI      Epithelial Casts

ACTH       Adrenocorticotropic
           Hormone

CORTISOL   Cortisol
ESTRDIOL   Estradiol; Oestradiol

FSH        Follicle Stimulating
           Hormone

PTHFG      Parathyroid Hormone,
           Fragmented

TESTOSFR   Testosterone, Free

T4FR       Thyroxine, Free; Free
           T4
T3FR       Triiodothyronine, Free;
           Free T3
INSULIN    Insulin
PTHI       Parathyroid Hormone,
           Intact

LH         Luteinizing Hormone

PROGEST    Progesterone

SOMATRO    Somatotrophin; Growth
           Hormone;
TESTOS     Testosterone

T4         Thyroxine

OPIATE     Opiate

LYMMCELY   Lymphoma
           Cells/Lymphocytes

PLSMCELY   Mature Plasma
           Cells/Lymphocytes
CYACIDU    Acid Urate Crystals

ADSDNA     Anti-Double Stranded
           DNA
ANA        Antinuclear Antibodies


NCTD5P     5 Prime Nucleotidase,
           5'-Ribonucleotide
           Phosphohydrolase
SIXMAM     6-Monoacetylmorphine

ACH        Acetylcholine

ADPNCTN    Adiponectin

ALBGLOB    Albumin/Globulin

ALDSTRN    Aldosterone

ALPCREAT   Alkaline
           Phosphatase/Creatinin
           e
GSTAL      Alpha Glutathione-S-
           Transferase

AMMONIA    Ammonia, NH3

ANDSTNDL   Androstenediol


ANDSTNDN   Androstenedione, 4-
           Androstenedione
ANGTNS1    Angiotensin I

ANGTNS2    Angiotensin II

ANGTNSGN   Angiotensinogen,
           Angiotensin Precursor
ANTIDPRS   Antidepressants

ADH        Antidiuretic Hormone,
           Vasopressin
ANP        Atrial Natriuretic
           Peptide, Atriopeptin
BNZDZPN    Benzodiazepine

BILEAC     Bile Acid, Bile Salts,
           Bile Acids, Bile Salt
CLCTONN    Calcitonin

CLCTRIOL   Calcitriol

CACREAT    Calcium/Creatinine
CLCREAT    Chloride/Creatinine

CCK        Cholecystokinin,
           Pancreozymin
CODEINE    Codeine

CRTRONE    Corticosterone

CRH        Corticotropin Releasing
           Hormone, Corticotropin
           Releasing Factor

CKBBCK     Creatine Kinase
           BB/Total Creatine
           Kinase
CKMBCK     Creatine Kinase
           MB/Total Creatine
           Kinase
CKMMCK     Creatine Kinase
           MM/Total Creatine
           Kinase
DHEA       Dehydroepiandrosteron
           e,
           Dehydroisoandrosteron
           e
DPD        Deoxypyridinoline

DPDCREAT   Deoxypyridinoline/Creat
           inine

DIHYDCDN   Dihydrocodeine

DHT        Dihydrotestosterone,
           Androstanalone
DOPAMINE   Dopamine

EPIN       Epinephrine,
           Adrenaline
EPO        Erythropoietin,
           Hematopoietin
ESTRIOL    Estriol, Oestriol

ESTRONE    Estrone, Oestrone

ETHANOL    Ethanol, Alcohol

GGTCREAT   Gamma Glutamyl
           Transferase/Creatinine


GASTRIN    Gastrin

GLUCAGON   Glucagon
GLUCCRT    Glucose/Creatinine

GLDH       Glutamate
           Dehydrogenase

GSTCREAT   Glutathione-S-
           Transferase/Creatinine


GNRH       Gonadotropin
           Releasing Hormone,
           Luteinising Hormone
           Releasing Hormone
GRWHIH     Growth Hormone
           Inhibiting Hormone,
           Somatostatin
GRWHRH     Growth Hormone
           Releasing Hormone,
           Somatocrinin
HVA        Homovanillic Acid

HYDCDN     Hydrocodone

HYDMRPHN   Hydromorphone

IGF1       Insulin-like Growth
           Factor-1
IGF2       Insulin-like Growth
           Factor-2
INTLK1     Interleukin 1

INTLK10    Interleukin 10

INTLK11    Interleukin 11

INTLK12    Interleukin 12

INTLK13    Interleukin 13

INTLK14    Interleukin 14

INTLK15    Interleukin 15

INTLK16    Interleukin 16

INTLK17    Interleukin 17

INTLK18    Interleukin 18

INTLK19    Interleukin 19

INTLK2     Interleukin 2

INTLK20    Interleukin 20
INTLK21   Interleukin 21

INTLK22   Interleukin 22

INTLK23   Interleukin 23

INTLK24   Interleukin 24

INTLK25   Interleukin 25

INTLK26   Interleukin 26

INTLK27   Interleukin 27

INTLK28   Interleukin 28

INTLK29   Interleukin 29

INTLK3    Interleukin 3

INTLK30   Interleukin 30

INTLK31   Interleukin 31

INTLK32   Interleukin 32

INTLK33   Interleukin 33

INTLK4    Interleukin 4

INTLK5    Interleukin 5

INTLK6    Interleukin 6

INTLK7    Interleukin 7

INTLK8    Interleukin 8

INTLK9    Interleukin 9

LDH1      LDH Isoenzyme 1



LDH2      LDH Isoenzyme 2



LDH3      LDH Isoenzyme 3
LDH4       LDH Isoenzyme 4



LDH5       LDH Isoenzyme 5



LDHCREAT   Lactate
           Dehydrogenase/Creatin
           ine

LACTICAC   Lactic Acid, 2-
           hydroxypropanoic acid,
           Lactate
LGLUCLE    Large Unstained
           Cells/Leukocytes

LDH1LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 1/LDH


LDH2LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 2/LDH


LDH3LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 3/LDH


LDH4LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 4/LDH


LDH5LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 5/LDH


LEPTIN     Leptin

MGCREAT    Magnesium/Creatinine


MLATONIN   Melatonin

METHDN     Methadone

METHQLDN   Methaqualone

MORPHINE   Morphine

GSTMU      Mu Glutathione-S-
           Transferase

GSTMUCRT   Mu Glutathione-S-
           Transferase/Creatinine


MGB        Myoglobin
NAG        N-Acetyl Glucosamide,
           N-Acetyl Glucosamine

NAGCREAT   N-Acetyl
           Glucosamide/Creatinin
           e
NPY        Neuropeptide Y

NOREPIN    Norepinephrine,
           Noradrenaline
OSMLTY     Osmolality

OXYCDN     Oxycodone, Oxycontin

OXYTOCIN   Oxytocin, Oxytoxin

PCP        Phencyclidine,
           Phenylcyclohexylpiperid
           ine
PHENTHZ    Phenothiazine,
           Dibenzothiazine
PHOSCRT    Phosphate/Creatinine


KCREAT     Potassium/Creatinine


PROLCTN    Prolactin

PROPOX     Propoxyphene

PROTCRT    Protein/Creatinine

PSDEPHD    Pseudoephedrine

LYMRCT     Reactive Lymphocytes


RENIN      Renin,
           Angiotensinogenase
SECRETIN   Secretin

SRTONIN    Serotonin

NACREAT    Sodium/Creatinine

SDH        Sorbitol
           Dehydrogenase

THRMPTN    Thrombopoietin

TRH        Thyrotropin Releasing
           Hormone, Thyrotropin
           Releasing Factor
VMA       Vanillyl Mandelic Acid,
          Vanilmandelic Acid

VITA      Vitamin A, Retinol

VITB1     Thiamine, Vitamin B1

VITB17    Vitamin B17,
          Amygdalin
VITB2     Riboflavin, Vitamin B2

VITB3     Niacin, Vitamin B3

VITB5     Vitamin B5,
          Pantothenic Acid
VITB6     Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine

VITB7     Vitamin B7, Biotin

VITC      Vitamin C, Ascorbic
          Acid
VITD2     Vitamin D2,
          Ergocalciferol
VITD3     Vitamin D3,
          Cholecalciferol
VITE      Vitamin E, Tocopherol

VITK      Vitamin K,
          Naphthoquinone
VOLUME    Volume
LBTEST    Laboratory Test Name


ANISO     Anisocytes

POIKILO   Poikilocytes

BILI      Bilirubin

APTT      Activated Partial
          Thromboplastin Time


GLUC      Glucose

PH        pH

RBC       Erythrocytes; Red
          Blood Cells
RETI      Reticulocytes

WBC       Leukocytes; White
          Blood Cells
LYM       Lymphocytes
PLAT      Platelet

BUN       Blood Urea Nitrogen

CHOL      Cholesterol; Total
          Cholesterol

HDL       HDL Cholesterol


LDL       LDL Cholesterol

PT        Prothrombin Time


NEUT      Neutrophils

ALB       Albumin

ALP       Alkaline Phosphatase

ALT       Alanine
          Aminotransferase;
          SGPT
AMYLASE   Amylase

AST       Aspartate
          Aminotransferase;
          SGOT
BACT      Bacteria

BASO      Basophils

BASOLE    Basophils/Leukocytes

BILDIR    Direct Bilirubin

BILIND    Indirect Bilirubin

BLASTLE   Blasts/Leukocytes

CA        Calcium

CK        Creatine Kinase

CKBB      Creatine Kinase BB

CKMB      Creatine Kinase MB

CKMM      Creatine Kinase MM

CL        Chloride

CO2       Carbon Dioxide
COLOR     Color
CREAT     Creatinine

CRP       C Reactive Protein

ELLIPCY   Elliptocytes; Ovalocytes

EOS       Eosinophils

EOSLE     Eosinophils/Leukocytes

EPIC      Epithelial Cells

FIBRINO   Fibrinogen

HCT       Hematocrit

MCH       Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          Hemoglobin

MCHC      Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          HGB Concentration


MCV       Ery. Mean Corpuscular
          Volume
RDW       Erythrocytes
          Distribution Width

TEARDCY   Dacryocytes; Tear
          Shaped Erythrocytes
HYPO      Hypochromia


POLYCHR   Polychromasia

INR       Prothrombin Intl.
          Normalized Ratio



VLDL      VLDL Cholesterol


LIPASE    Triacylglycerol Lipase

SODIUM    Sodium
NITRITE   Nitrite
TRIG      Triglycerides

TSH       Thyrotropin

URATE     Urate; Uric Acid
UREA      Urea
UROBIL    Urobilinogen

VITB12    Vitamin B12

LYMAT     Lymphocytes Atypical

LYMATLE   Lymphocytes
          Atypical/Leukocytes

LYMLE     Lymphocytes/Leukocyt
          es
MACROCY   Macrocytes

MICROCY   Microcytes

MONO      Monocytes

MONOLE    Monocytes/Leukocytes

MYBLALE   Myeloblasts/Leukocytes

MYCYLE    Myelocytes/Leukocytes

NEUTLE    Neutrophils/Leukocytes

RETIRBC   Reticulocytes/Erythrocy
          tes
PRLYMLE   Prolymphocytes/Leuko
          cytes
NEUTB     Neutrophils Band Form

NEUTBLE   Neutrophils Band
          Form/Leukocytes

SPGRAV    Specific Gravity
MG        Magnesium

GGT       Gamma Glutamyl
          Transferase

HGB       Hemoglobin

HBA1C     Hemoglobin A1C


HBSAG     Hepatitis B Virus
          Surface Antigen

HCG       Choriogonadotropin
          Beta; Pregnancy Test
K         Potassium

KETONES   Ketones
LDH        Lactate
           Dehydrogenase

LEUKASE    Leukocyte Esterase

PHOS       Phosphate;
           Phosphorus
PROT       Protein


PSA        Prostate Specific
           Antigen
CREATCLR   Creatinine Clearance


HAIRYCE    Hairy Cells


BLAST      Blasts

CD19       CD19

CD3        CD3

CD4        CD4

CD8        CD8

DOHLE      Dohle Bodies



ESR        Erythrocyte
           Sedimentation Rate

HYPSEGCE   Hypersegmented Cells


LYMMCE     Lymphoma Cells

MAYHEG     May-Hegglin Anomaly



METAMY     Metamyelocytes


PAPPEN     Pappenheimer Bodies



PELGERH    Pelger Huet Anomaly
LYMPL      Plasmacytoid
           Lymphocytes;
           Plymphocytes

PLSPCE     Precursor Plasma
           Cells; Plasmablast

PROLYM     Prolymphocytes

PROMONO    Promonocytes

PROMY      Promyelocytes

ROULEAUX   Rouleaux Formation

SEZCE      Sezary Cells


SCKLCE     Sickle Cells

SMDGCE     Smudge Cells; Basket
           Cells

NEUTVAC    Vacuolated Neutrophils

BLASTLM    Leukemic Blasts;
           Lymphocytes;
           Lymphoblasts;
           Immunoblastic
MONOBL     Monoblasts

MYBLA      Myeloblasts

ACANTRBC   Acanthocytes/Erythrocy
           tes

BTECERBC   Bite Cells/Erythrocytes



CD19LY     CD19/Lymphocytes


CD3LY      CD3/Lymphocytes


CD4CD8     CD4/CD8


CD4LY      CD4/Lymphocytes


CD8LY      CD8/Lymphocytes
HRYCELY    Hairy
           Cells/Lymphocytes


BLSTLMLY   Leukemic
           Blasts/Lymphocytes

MLIGCEBC   Malignant Cells,
           NOS/Blood Cells

METAMYLE   Metamyelocytes/Leuko
           cytes


MONOBLLE   Monoblasts/Leukocytes


RBCNURBC   Nucleated
           Erythrocytes/Erythrocyt
           es; Nucleated Red
           Blood
           Cells/Erythrocytes
LYMPLLY    Plasmacytoid
           Lymphocytes/Lymphoc
           ytes


POIKRBC    Poikilocytes/Erythrocyte
           s

PLSPCELY   Precursor Plasma
           Cells/Lymphocytes


PROLYMLY   Prolymphocytes/Lymph
           ocytes

PROMONLE   Promonocytes/Leukocy
           tes

PROMYLE    Promyelocytes/Leukocy
           tes

LYMRCTLY   Reactive
           Lymphocytes/Lymphoc
           ytes

SEZCELY    Sezary
           Cells/Lymphocytes

SCKCERBC   Sickle
           Cells/Erythrocytes
AUERRODS   Auer Rods



HELMETCE   Helmet Cells


LGUNSCE    Large Unstained Cells



MLIGCE     Malignant Cells, NOS

PLSMCE     Mature Plasma Cells;
           Plasmacytes
MYCY       Myelocytes

SPERM      Spermatozoa

YEAST      Yeast Cells

CYAMORPH   Amorphous Crystals


AMORPHSD   Amorphous Sediment

BICARB     Bicarbonate; HCO3

CYBILI     Bilirubin Crystals

CYCACAR    Calcium Carbonate
           Crystals
CYCAOXA    Calcium Oxalate
           Crystals
CYCAPHOS   Calcium Phosphate
           Crystals
CYCHOL     Cholesterol Crystals

CRYSTALS   Crystals

CYCYSTIN   Cystine Crystals

VITB9      Folic Acid; Vitamin B9

CARNITF    Carnitine, Free

FRUCT      Fructosamine; Glycated
           Serum Protein

IRON       Iron; FE
CYLEUC     Leucine Crystals

CYMSU      Monosodium Urate
           Crystals
CARNIT    Carnitine

CYTYRO    Tyrosine Crystals

CYURIAC   Uric Acid Crystals

ANIONG    Anion Gap


OCCBLD    Occult Blood

AMPHET    Amphetamine

BARB      Barbiturates

CANNAB    Cannabinoids

COCAINE   Cocaine

EPIROCE   Round Epithelial Cells

ACANT     Acanthocytes

BITECE    Bite Cells


BURRCE    Burr Cells; Keratocytes



CABOT     Cabot Rings


CRENCE    Crenated Cells;
          Echinocytes


HOWJOL    Howell-Jolly Bodies



RBCNUC    Nucleated Erythrocytes;
          Nucleated Red Blood
          Cells

SCHISTO   Schistocytes

SPHERO    Spherocytes

STOMCY    Stomatocytes
HEINZ      Heinz Bodies; Heinz-
           Erhlich Bodies

HASAB      Hepatitis A Virus
           Surface Antibody
HBSAB      Hepatitis B Virus
           Surface Antibody
HCSAB      Hepatitis C Virus
           Surface Antibody
HIV1AB     HIV-1 Antibody

HIV12AB    HIV-1/2 Antibody

HIV2AB     HIV-2 Antibody

RPR        Rapid Plasma Reagin


RF         Rheumatoid Factor

IBCT       Total Iron Binding
           Capacity
IBCU       Unsaturated Iron
           Binding Capacity

MUCTHR     Mucous Threads

TURB       Turbidity
HAVPCR     HAV PCR Viral Load

HBVPCR     HBV PCR Viral Load

HCVPCR     HCV PCR Viral Load

HIVPCR     HIV PCR Viral Load

PLATGNT    Giant Platelets

PLATLRG    Large Platelets

MPV        Mean Platelet Volume

ALDOLASE   Aldolase

AFP        Alpha Fetoprotein

APOA1      Apolipoprotein A1

APOB       Apolipoprotein B

BNP        Brain Natriuretic
           Peptide; B-Type
           Natriuretic Peptide
CPEPTIDE   C-peptide
FERRITIN   Ferritin
GLOBUL     Globulin

GLUTAM     Glutamate; Glutamic
           Acid
HAPTOG     Haptoglobin

HOMOCY     Homocysteine

NTELOP     N-telopeptide

OSTEOC     Osteocalcin

SHBG       Sex Hormone Binding
           Globulin; Sex Hormone
           Binding Protein

TBG        Thyroxine Binding
           Globulin

T3         Triiodothyronine

T3UP       Triiodothyronine
           Uptake

TROPONI    Troponin I

TROPONT    Troponin T

TNF        Tumor Necrosis Factor

BUNCREAT   BUN/Creatinine


CYHIPPAC   Hippuric Acid Crystals

CYSULFA    Sulfa Crystals

CYTRPHOS   Triple Phosphate
           Crystals
CYUNCLA    Unclassified Crystals

CYAMMBIU   Ammonium Biurate
           Crystals

CYAMMOX    Ammonium Oxalate
           Crystals

ALBCREAT   Albumin/Creatinine;
           Microalbumin/Creatinin
           e Ratio
CSBACT     Bacterial Casts

CASTS      Casts
CSCELL     Cellular Casts


CSGRANC    Granular Coarse Casts

CSFAT      Fatty Casts

FGRANCS    Fine Granular Casts

CSGRAN     Granular Casts

CSGRANF    Granular Fine Casts

CSHYAL     Hyaline Casts

CSMIX      Mixed Casts


CSRBC      RBC Casts

EPISQCE    Squamous Epithelial
           Cells
EPISQTCE   Squamous Transitional
           Epithelial Cells;
           Epithelial Cells
EPITUCE    Tubular Epithelial Cells

CSUNCLA    Unclassified Casts

CSWAX      Waxy Casts

CSWBC      WBC Casts

CSEPI      Epithelial Casts

ACTH       Adrenocorticotropic
           Hormone

CORTISOL   Cortisol
ESTRDIOL   Estradiol; Oestradiol

FSH        Follicle Stimulating
           Hormone

PTHFG      Parathyroid Hormone,
           Fragmented

TESTOSFR   Testosterone, Free

T4FR       Thyroxine, Free; Free
           T4
T3FR       Triiodothyronine, Free;
           Free T3
INSULIN    Insulin
PTHI       Parathyroid Hormone,
           Intact

LH         Luteinizing Hormone

PROGEST    Progesterone

SOMATRO    Somatotropin; Growth
           Hormone;
TESTOS     Testosterone

T4         Thyroxine

OPIATE     Opiate

LYMMCELY   Lymphoma
           Cells/Lymphocytes

PLSMCELY   Mature Plasma
           Cells/Lymphocytes

CYACIDU    Acid Urate Crystals

ADSDNA     Anti-Double Stranded
           DNA
ANA        Antinuclear Antibodies


NCTD5P     5 Prime Nucleotidase,
           5'-Ribonucleotide
           Phosphohydrolase
SIXMAM     6-Monoacetylmorphine

ACH        Acetylcholine

ADPNCTN    Adiponectin

ALBGLOB    Albumin/Globulin

ALDSTRN    Aldosterone

ALPCREAT   Alkaline
           Phosphatase/Creatinin
           e
GSTAL      Alpha Glutathione-S-
           Transferase

AMMONIA    Ammonia, NH3

ANDSTNDL   Androstenediol


ANDSTNDN   Androstenedione, 4-
           Androstenedione
ANGTNS1    Angiotensin I

ANGTNS2    Angiotensin II

ANGTNSGN   Angiotensinogen,
           Angiotensin Precursor
ANTIDPRS   Antidepressants

ADH        Antidiuretic Hormone,
           Vasopressin
ANP        Atrial Natriuretic
           Peptide, Atriopeptin
BNZDZPN    Benzodiazepine

BILEAC     Bile Acid, Bile Salts,
           Bile Acids, Bile Salt
CLCTONN    Calcitonin

CLCTRIOL   Calcitriol

CACREAT    Calcium/Creatinine

CLCREAT    Chloride/Creatinine

CCK        Cholecystokinin,
           Pancreozymin
CODEINE    Codeine

CRTRONE    Corticosterone

CRH        Corticotropin Releasing
           Hormone, Corticotropin
           Releasing Factor

CKBBCK     Creatine Kinase
           BB/Total Creatine
           Kinase
CKMBCK     Creatine Kinase
           MB/Total Creatine
           Kinase
CKMMCK     Creatine Kinase
           MM/Total Creatine
           Kinase
DHEA       Dehydroepiandrosteron
           e,
           Dehydroisoandrosteron
           e
DPD        Deoxypyridinoline

DPDCREAT   Deoxypyridinoline/Creat
           inine

DIHYDCDN   Dihydrocodeine
DHT        Dihydrotestosterone,
           Androstanalone
DOPAMINE   Dopamine

EPIN       Epinephrine,
           Adrenaline
EPO        Erythropoietin,
           Hematopoietin
ESTRIOL    Estriol, Oestriol

ESTRONE    Estrone, Oestrone

ETHANOL    Ethanol, Alcohol

GGTCREAT   Gamma Glutamyl
           Transferase/Creatinine


GASTRIN    Gastrin

GLUCAGON   Glucagon

GLUCCRT    Glucose/Creatinine

GLDH       Glutamate
           Dehydrogenase

GSTCREAT   Glutathione-S-
           Transferase/Creatinine


GNRH       Gonadotropin
           Releasing Hormone,
           Luteinising Hormone
           Releasing Hormone
GRWHIH     Growth Hormone
           Inhibiting Hormone,
           Somatostatin
GRWHRH     Growth Hormone
           Releasing Hormone,
           Somatocrinin
HVA        Homovanillic Acid

HYDCDN     Hydrocodone

HYDMRPHN   Hydromorphone

IGF1       Insulin-like Growth
           Factor-1
IGF2       Insulin-like Growth
           Factor-2
INTLK1     Interleukin 1

INTLK10    Interleukin 10
INTLK11   Interleukin 11

INTLK12   Interleukin 12

INTLK13   Interleukin 13

INTLK14   Interleukin 14

INTLK15   Interleukin 15

INTLK16   Interleukin 16

INTLK17   Interleukin 17

INTLK18   Interleukin 18

INTLK19   Interleukin 19

INTLK2    Interleukin 2

INTLK20   Interleukin 20

INTLK21   Interleukin 21

INTLK22   Interleukin 22

INTLK23   Interleukin 23

INTLK24   Interleukin 24

INTLK25   Interleukin 25

INTLK26   Interleukin 26

INTLK27   Interleukin 27

INTLK28   Interleukin 28

INTLK29   Interleukin 29

INTLK3    Interleukin 3

INTLK30   Interleukin 30

INTLK31   Interleukin 31

INTLK32   Interleukin 32

INTLK33   Interleukin 33

INTLK4    Interleukin 4

INTLK5    Interleukin 5
INTLK6     Interleukin 6

INTLK7     Interleukin 7

INTLK8     Interleukin 8

INTLK9     Interleukin 9

LDH1       LDH Isoenzyme 1



LDH2       LDH Isoenzyme 2



LDH3       LDH Isoenzyme 3



LDH4       LDH Isoenzyme 4



LDH5       LDH Isoenzyme 5



LDHCREAT   Lactate
           Dehydrogenase/Creatin
           ine

LACTICAC   Lactic Acid, 2-
           hydroxypropanoic acid,
           Lactate
LGLUCLE    Large Unstained
           Cells/Leukocytes

LDH1LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 1/LDH


LDH2LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 2/LDH


LDH3LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 3/LDH


LDH4LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 4/LDH


LDH5LDH    LDH Isoenzyme 5/LDH


LEPTIN     Leptin
MGCREAT    Magnesium/Creatinine


MLATONIN   Melatonin

METHDN     Methadone

METHQLDN   Methaqualone

MORPHINE   Morphine

GSTMU      Mu Glutathione-S-
           Transferase

GSTMUCRT   Mu Glutathione-S-
           Transferase/Creatinine


MGB        Myoglobin

NAG        N-Acetyl Glucosamide,
           N-Acetyl Glucosamine

NAGCREAT   N-Acetyl
           Glucosamide/Creatinin
           e
NPY        Neuropeptide Y

NOREPIN    Norepinephrine,
           Noradrenaline
OSMLTY     Osmolality

OXYCDN     Oxycodone, Oxycontin

OXYTOCIN   Oxytocin, Oxytoxin

PCP        Phencyclidine,
           Phenylcyclohexylpiperid
           ine
PHENTHZ    Phenothiazine,
           Dibenzothiazine
PHOSCRT    Phosphate/Creatinine


KCREAT     Potassium/Creatinine


PROLCTN    Prolactin

PROPOX     Propoxyphene

PROTCRT    Protein/Creatinine

PSDEPHD    Pseudoephedrine
LYMRCT     Reactive Lymphocytes


RENIN      Renin,
           Angiotensinogenase
SECRETIN   Secretin

SRTONIN    Serotonin

NACREAT    Sodium/Creatinine

SDH        Sorbitol
           Dehydrogenase

THRMPTN    Thrombopoietin

TRH        Thyrotropin Releasing
           Hormone, Thyrotropin
           Releasing Factor
VMA        Vanillyl Mandelic Acid,
           Vanilmandelic Acid

VITA       Vitamin A, Retinol

VITB1      Thiamine, Vitamin B1

VITB17     Vitamin B17,
           Amygdalin
VITB2      Riboflavin, Vitamin B2

VITB3      Niacin, Vitamin B3

VITB5      Vitamin B5,
           Pantothenic Acid
VITB6      Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine

VITB7      Vitamin B7, Biotin

VITC       Vitamin C, Ascorbic
           Acid
VITD2      Vitamin D2,
           Ergocalciferol
VITD3      Vitamin D3,
           Cholecalciferol
VITE       Vitamin E, Tocopherol

VITK       Vitamin K,
           Naphthoquinone
VOLUME     Volume
FREQ       Frequency


OTHER      Other
UNKNOWN        U; Unknown

CONTINUOUS     Continuous


BID            Twice per day
BIS            Twice per week
QM             Every Month
PRN            As needed
Q10H           Every 10 hours
Q11H           Every 11 hours
Q12H           Every 12 hours
Q13H           Every 13 hours
Q14H           Every 14 hours
Q15H           Every 15 hours
Q16H           Every 16 hours
Q17H           Every 17 hours
Q18H           Every 18 hours
Q19H           Every 19 hours
QH             Every hour
Q20H           Every 20 hours
Q21H           Every 21 hours

Q22H           Every 22 hours

Q23H           Every 23 hours

Q24H           Every 24 hours

Q2H            Every 2 hours
Q3H            Every 3 hours
Q4H            Every 4 hours
Q5H            Every 5 hours
Q6H            Every 6 hours
Q7H            Every 7 hours
Q8H            Every 8 hours
Q9H            Every 9 hours
QOD            Every other day
TID            3 times per day
TIS            Three times a week
Q4S            Every 4 weeks
QID            4 times per day
QIS            4 times per week
Q3D            Every 3 days
Q4D            Every 4 days
Q3S            Every 3 weeks
Q2M            Every two months
Q3M            Every 3 months
Q4M            Every 4 months
ONCE           Once
QS             Every week
Q5D            Every 5 days
Q2S            Every 2 weeks.
BIM            Twice per month
INTERMITTENT   Intermittent
POSITION                   Position

SITTING                    Sitting

PRONE                      Prone

STANDING                   Standing

SUPINE                     Supine

TRENDELENBURG              Trendelenburg


REVERSE                    Reverse Trendelenburg
TRENDELENBURG

RIGHT LATERAL          Right lateral decubitus
DECUBITUS
LEFT LATERAL DECUBITUS Left lateral decubitus

FOWLERS                    Fowlers




SEMI-FOWLERS               Semi-Fowlers


EGSTRESC                   ECG Result

SINUS TACHYCARDIA          Sinus tachycardia

SINUS BRADYCARDIA          Sinus bradycardia

VENTRICULAR           Ventricular arrhythmia
ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED associated with long
WITH LONG QT SYNDROME QT syndrome




PRE-EXCITATION             Pre-excitation




AV NODE RE-ENTRY           AV node re-entry
JUNCTIONAL TACHYCARDIA Junctional tachycardia




SUPRAVENTRICULAR          Supraventricular
TACHYCARDIA               tachycardia
WOLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE     Wolff-Parkinson-White
SYNDROME                  syndrome




ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA        Atrial tachycardia




ATRIAL FIBRILLATION       Atrial fibrillation




3RD DEGREE AV BLOCK       3rd degree AV block

TORSADES DE POINTES       Torsades de pointes




VENTRICULAR               Ventricular fibrillation
FIBRILLATION
VENTRICULAR FLUTTER   Ventricular flutter




VENTRICULAR           Ventricular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA
ATRIAL FLUTTER        Atrial flutter


R ON T PHENOMENON     R on T phenomenon


1ST DEGREE AV BLOCK   1st degree AV block



2ND DEGREE AV BLOCK   2nd degree AV block


VENTRICULAR           Ventricular tachycardia,
TACHYCARDIA,          monomorphic
MONOMORPHIC

VENTRICULAR           Ventricular tachycardia,
TACHYCARDIA,          polymorphic
POLYMORPHIC

SINUS ARRHYTHMIA      Sinus arrhythmia




WANDERING ATRIAL      Wandering atrial
PACEMAKER             pacemaker



SINUS ARREST/PAUSE    Sinus arrest/pause
SINUS NODE DYSFUNCTION Sinus node dysfunction
(BRADYCARDIA)          (bradycardia)




SICK SINUS SYNDROME       Sick sinus syndrome



ECTOPIC ATRIAL RHYTHM     Ectopic atrial rhythm




SHORT PR INTERVAL         Short PR interval
PR PROLONGATION           PR prolongation

ISORHYTHMIC               Isorhythmic
DISSOCIATION              dissociation

PAROXYSMAL AV BLOCK       Paroxysmal AV block

INAPPROPRIATE SINUS       Inappropriate sinus
TACHYCARDIA               tachycardia



PREMATURE VENTRICULAR     PVC
COMPLEX
PREMATURE ATRIAL          Premature atrial
COMPLEXES                 complexes
DELTA WAVE                Delta wave



VENTRICULAR COUPLET       Ventricular couplet



AV RE-ENTRANT             AV re-entrant
TACHYCARDIA               tachycardia
ACCELERATED            Accelerated
IDIOVENTRICULAR RHYTHM idioventricular rhythm




LEFT ANTERIOR             Left anterior fascicular
FASCICULAR BLOCK          block




LEFT POSTERIOR            Left posterior fascicular
FASCICULAR BLOCK          block




LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH        Left bundle branch
BLOCK                     block




RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH       Right Bundle Branch
BLOCK                     Block
INTRAVENTRICULAR        Intraventricular
CONDUCTION DELAY,       conduction delay,
NONSPECIFIC             nonspecific




ST SEGMENT              ST segment
ABNORMALITY             abnormality

ST DEPRESSION           ST depression


ST ELEVATION            ST elevation

ST ELEVATION            ST elevation
PERICARDITIS            pericarditis
J POINT ELEVATION       J point elevation


NON-SPECIFIC ST-T       Non-specific ST-T
CHANGES                 changes

NOTCHED T-WAVES         Notched T-waves
POOR R WAVE             Poor R Wave
PROGRESSION             Progression
PROLONGED QT            Prolonged QT

ELECTRICAL ALTERNANS    Electrical alternans


SINOATRIAL EXIT BLOCK   Sinoatrial exit block


ATRIAL ENLARGEMENT      Atrial Enlargement

LEFT ATRIAL             P-mitrale
ENLARGEMENT




RIGHT ATRIAL            P-pulmonale
ABNORMALITY
ECTOPIC VENTRICULAR       Ectopic ventricular
RHYTHM                    rhythm




ECTOPIC                   Ectopic
SUPRAVENTRICULAR          supraventricular rhythm
RHYTHM
2:1 AV BLOCK              2:1 AV block




ATRIOVENTRICULAR          Atrioventricular
DISSOCIATION              dissociation

BIFASCICULAR BLOCK        Bifascicular block




INCOMPLETE LEFT BUNDLE Incomplete left bundle
BRANCH BLOCK           branch block

INCOMPLETE RIGHT          Incomplete right bundle
BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK       branch block




INCOMPLETE BUNDLE         Incomplete bundle
BRANCH BLOCK              branch block

MULTIFOCAL ATRIAL         Multifocal atrial
TACHYCARDIA               tachycardia



JUNCTIONAL RHYTHM         Junctional rhythm



SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR     Sustained ventricular
TACHYCARDIA               tachycardia
NON-SUSTAINED             Non-sustained
VENTRICULAR               ventricular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA
BIGEMINY                  Bigeminy



TRIGEMINY                 Trigeminy



VENTRICULAR               Ventricular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA STORM         storm

ADENOSINE-SENSITIVE       Adenosine-sensitive
VENTRICULAR               ventricular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA


VERAPAMIL-SENSITIVE       Verapamil-sensitive
VENTRICULAR               ventricular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA


VENTRICULAR           Ventricular arrhythmia
ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED associated with
WITH BRUGADA          Brugada syndrome
SYNDROME



VENTRICULAR               Ventricular arrhythmia
ARRHYTHMIA ASSOCIATED     associated with short
WITH SHORT QT             QT syndrome
SYNDROME
FASCICULAR                Fascicular tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA




BUNDLE BRANCH         Bundle branch
REENTRANT TACHYCARDIA reentrant tachycardia
IDIOPATHIC RIGHT BUNDLE Idiopathic right bundle
BRANCH BLOCK            branch block ventricular
VENTRICULAR             tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA




OUTFLOW TRACT              Outflow tract ventricular
VENTRICULAR                tachycardia
TACHYCARDIA




ACUTE ANTERIOR WALL MI Acute Anterior Wall
                       Myocardial Infarction

ACUTE INFERIOR WALL MI     Acute Inferior Wall
                           Myocardial Infarction

ACUTE LATERAL WALL MI      Acute Lateral Wall
                           Myocardial Infarction

ACUTE POSTERIOR WALL       Acute Posterior Wall
MI                         Myocardial Infarction

ANTERIOR WALL              Anterior Wall
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION      Myocardial Infarction

INFERIOR WALL              Inferior Wall Myocardial
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION      Infarction

INTRAATRIAL CONDUCTION Intraatrial Conduction
DELAY                  Delay
JUNCTIONAL             Junctional bradycardia
BRADYCARDIA


LATERAL WALL               Lateral Wall Myocardial
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION      Infarction

LEFT VENTRICULAR           Left Ventricular
HYPERTROPHY                Hypertrophy
RIGHT VENTRICULAR          Right ventricular
HYPERTROPHY                Hypertrophy
LOW QRS VOLTAGE            Low QRS voltage
NON Q WAVE MYOCARDIAL    Non Q Wave
INFARCTION               Myocardial Infarction
POSTERIOR WALL           Posterior Wall
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION    Myocardial Infarction

SEPTAL MYOCARDIAL        Septal myocardial
INFARCTION               infarction
T WAVE ABNORMALITY       T wave abnormality

VENTRICULAR              Ventricular Hypertrophy
HYPERTROPHY
T WAVE INVERSION         T Wave Inversion

T WAVE PEAKED            T wave peaked


T WAVES BIPHASIC         T waves biphasic

T WAVES FLAT             T waves flat

U WAVES                  U waves


WIDE QRS TACHYCARDIA     Wide QRS tachycardia

Q AXIS, LEFT AXIS        Q Axis, Left axis
DEVIATION                deviation
Q AXIS, RIGHT AXIS       Q Axis, Right axis
DEVIATION                deviation
QTCB PROLONGATION >500   QTcB prolongation
MSEC                     >500 msec

QTCF PROLONGATION >500 QTcF prolongation
MSEC                   >500 msec

EGTESTCD                 ECG Test Code


HRMAX                    Summary (Max) Heart
                         Rate


PRMEAN                   Summary (Mean) PR
                         Duration
QRSDUR   Summary (Mean) QRS
         Duration




QTMEAN   Summary (Mean) QT
         Duration




RRMEAN   Summary (Mean) RR
         Duration



RRMIN    Summary (Min) RR
         Duration

RRMAX    Summary (Max) RR
         Duration

HRMEAN   Summary (Mean) Heart
         Rate


HRMIN    Summary (Min) Heart
         Rate


QTCB     QTcB - Bazett's
         Correction Formula




QTCF     QTcF - Fridericia's
         Correction Formula
QTCLC    QTcLC - Linear
         Correction Formula




JTMEAN   Summary (Mean) JT
         Interval




JTMIN    Summary (Min) JT
         Interval




JTMAX    Summary (Max) JT
         Interval




JTCB     JTcB - Bazett's
         Correction Formula




JTCF     JTcF - Fridericia's
         Correction Formula




JTCLC    JTcLC - Linear
         Correction Formula




PAXIS    Summary (Mean) P
         Axis
PWAVEDUR   Summary (Mean) P
           Wave Duration



PWAVEHT    Summary (Mean) P
           Wave Height




PRMIN      Summary (Min) PR
           Duration




PRMAX      Summary (Max) PR
           Duration




QRSAXIS    Summary (Mean) QRS
           Axis
QTMIN      Summary (Min) QT
           Duration




QTMAX      Summary (Max) QT
           Duration




RWAVEAMP   Summary (Mean) R
           Wave Amplitude
SWAVEAMP   Summary (Mean) S
           Wave Amplitude

RSAMP      Summary (Mean) R+S
           Amplitude


STSEGDUR   Summary (Mean) ST
           Segment Duration

TAXIS      Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Axis
TWAVEDUR   Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Duration



TWAVAREA   Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Area



TWAVEHT    Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Height



VRMEAN     Summary (Mean)
           Ventricular Rate


VRMIN      Summary (Min)
           Ventricular Rate


VRMAX      Summary (Max)
           Ventricular Rate


STDVMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Deviation


STDVMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Deviation


STDVMAX    Summary (Max) ST
           Deviation


STELMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Elevation
STELMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Elevation


STELMAX    Summary (Max) ST
           Elevation


STDPMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Depression


STDPMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Depression


STDPMAX    Summary (Max) ST
           Depression


EGTEST     ECG Test Name


HRMAX      Summary (Max) Heart
           Rate


PRMEAN     Summary (Mean) PR
           Duration




QRSDUR     Summary (Mean) QRS
           Duration




QTMEAN     Summary (Mean) QT
           Duration
RRMEAN   Summary (Mean) RR
         Duration



RRMIN    Summary (Min) RR
         Duration

RRMAX    Summary (Max) RR
         Duration

HRMEAN   Summary (Mean) Heart
         Rate


HRMIN    Summary (Min) Heart
         Rate


QTCB     QTcB - Bazett's
         Correction Formula




QTCF     QTcF - Fridericia's
         Correction Formula




QTCLC    QTcLC - Linear
         Correction Formula




JTMEAN   Summary (Mean) JT
         Interval




JTMIN    Summary (Min) JT
         Interval
JTMAX      Summary (Max) JT
           Interval




JTCB       JTcB - Bazett's
           Correction Formula




JTCF       JTcF - Fridericia's
           Correction Formula




JTCLC      JTcLC - Linear
           Correction Formula




PAXIS      Summary (Mean) P
           Axis


PWAVEDUR   Summary (Mean) P
           Wave Duration



PWAVEHT    Summary (Mean) P
           Wave Height




PRMIN      Summary (Min) PR
           Duration
PRMAX      Summary (Max) PR
           Duration




QRSAXIS    Summary (Mean) QRS
           Axis
QTMIN      Summary (Min) QT
           Duration




QTMAX      Summary (Max) QT
           Duration




RWAVEAMP   Summary (Mean) R
           Wave Amplitude

SWAVEAMP   Summary (Mean) S
           Wave Amplitude

RSAMP      Summary (Mean) R+S
           Amplitude


STSEGDUR   Summary (Mean) ST
           Segment Duration


TAXIS      Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Axis
TWAVEDUR   Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Duration
TWAVAREA   Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Area



TWAVEHT    Summary (Mean) T
           Wave Height



VRMEAN     Summary (Mean)
           Ventricular Rate


VRMIN      Summary (Min)
           Ventricular Rate


VRMAX      Summary (Max)
           Ventricular Rate


STDVMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Deviation


STDVMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Deviation


STDVMAX    Summary (Max) ST
           Deviation


STELMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Elevation


STELMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Elevation


STELMAX    Summary (Max) ST
           Elevation


STDPMEAN   Summary (Mean) ST
           Depression


STDPMIN    Summary (Min) ST
           Depression
STDPMAX                  Summary (Max) ST
                         Depression


EGMETHOD                 ECG Test Method


12 LEAD UNSPECIFIED      12 Lead Unspecified


12 LEAD STANDARD         12 Lead Standard




12 LEAD MASON LIKAR      12 Lead Mason Likar




12 LEAD MODIFIED MASON   12 Lead Modified
LIKAR                    Mason Likar



12 LEAD SINGLE PAD       12 Lead Single Pad



12 LEAD NON-STANDARD     12 Lead Non-Standard


STANDARD LEADS FOR       Standard leads for
BICYCLE EXERCISE         bicycle exercise. Limb
                         leads on the back
                         (shoulder and on the
                         hips)
12 LEAD CABRERA       12 Lead Cabrera




STANDARD LEADS ONE    Standard leads one
INTERCOSTAL SPACE     intercostal space higher
HIGHER

FRANK LEAD SYSTEM     Frank lead system




MCFEE-PARUNGAO LEAD   McFee-Parungao lead
SYSTEM                system




CUBE LEAD SYSTEM      Cube lead system




BIPOLAR UNCORRECTED   Bipolar uncorrected
XYZ LEAD SYSTEM       XYZ lead system




PSEUDO-ORTHOGONAL     Pseudo-orthogonal
XYZ LEAD SYSTEM       XYZ lead system




12 LEAD EASI DOWER    12 Lead EASI Dower
TRANSFORMATION        Transformation
12 LEAD 1 LEAD MISSING   12 Lead 1 Lead
                         Missing


STANDARD 12-LEAD AND     Standard 12-lead and
CM5-CC5-CH5              CM5-CC5-CH5




STANDARD 12-LEAD AND     Standard 12-lead and
CC5-CM5-ML               CC5-CM5-ML



STANDARD 12-LEAD         Standard 12-lead
EXTENDED RIGHT           extended to the right by
                         V5R, V4R, V3R

STANDARD 12-LEAD         Standard 12-lead
EXTENDED LEFT            extended to the left by
                         V7, V8, V9
VECTORCARDIOGRAPH        Vectorcardiograph
CORRECTED                Corrected

VECTORCARDIOGRAPH        Vectorcardiograph
UNCORRECTED              Uncorrected

UNIT                     Unit

Gy                       Gray


Rad                      Rad




DAYS                     Day


HOURS                    Hour

%                        Percentage

mm                       Millimeter
kg       Kilogram




mg       Milligram


mL       Milliliter


WEEKS    Week
MONTHS   Month



YEARS    Year


m        Meter


msec     Millisecond

sec      Second




amp      Ampere




cd       Candela
mol       Mole




Hz        Hertz
Newton    Newton



Pa        Pascal


Joule     Joule




Watt      Watt




Coulomb   Coulomb


V         Volt




Farad     Farad



Sv        Sievert
ohm       Ohm




Siemens   Siemens




Weber     Weber



Tesla     Tesla




Henry     Henry




C         Degree Celsius




lm        Lumen


lx        Lux



Bq        Becquerel
kat     Katal




m2      Square Meter



m3      Cubic Meter



m/sec   Meter Per Second


kg/m3   Kilogram per Cubic
        Meter; g/L; Gram per
        Liter; ug/uL; Microgram
        per Microliter; Milligram
        per Milliliter




F       Degree Fahrenheit




pH      pH

ug      Microgram

min     Minute Unit of Time
g       Gram

cm2     Square Centimeter


ft2     Square Foot
Ci                           Curie


AMPULE                       Ampule Dosing Unit
BAG                          Bag Dosing Unit
BAR                          Bar Dosing Unit
BOLUS                        Bolus Dosing Unit
BOTTLE                       Bottle Dosing Unit
BOX                          Box Dosing Unit
CAN                          Can Dosing Unit
CAPSULE                      Capsule Dosing Unit
CARTRIDGE                    Cartridge Dosing Unit

COAT                         Coat Dosing Unit
CONTAINER                    Container Dosing Unit

CYLINDER                     Cylinder Dosing Unit
DISK                         Disk Dosing Unit
DRUM                         Drum Dosing Unit
grain                        Grain




HOMEOPATHIC DILUTION         Homeopathic Dilution
                             Unit
IMPLANT                      Implant Dosing Unit
IN                           Inch

INHALATION                   Inhalation Dosing Unit

JAR                       Jar Dosing Unit
KALLIKREIN INHIBITOR UNIT Kallikrein Inhibitor Unit

KIT                          Kit Dosing Unit
L                            Liter


LOZENGE                      Lozenge Dosing Unit
uCi                          Microcurie


umol                         Micromole

um                           Micron

mCi                          Millicurie



mEq                          Milliequivalent
mmol            Millimole

ng              Nanogram

nmol            Nanomole

oz              Ounce


PACKAGE         Package Dosing Unit

PACKET          Packet Dosing Unit
ppm             Part per Million

PATCH           Patch Dosing Unit
PELLET          Pellet Dosing Unit
%(w/v)          Percent Weight per
                Volume




%(w/w)          Percent Weight per
                Weight

POUCH           Pouch Dosing Unit
LB              Pound


PRESSOR UNITS   Pressor Unit
SCOOPFUL        Scoopful Dosing Unit

SPRAY           Spray Dosing Unit
STRIP           Strip Dosing Unit
SUPPOSITORY     Suppository Dosing
                Unit
SYRINGE         Syringe Dosing Unit
Tbsp            Tablespoon Dosing
                Unit



TABLET          Tablet Dosing Unit
TAMPON          Tampon Dosing Unit
tsp             Teaspoon Dosing Unit

TRACE           Trace Dosing Unit
TROCHE          Troche Dosing Unit
TUBE            Tube Dosing Unit
VIAL            Vial Dosing Unit
WAFER           Wafer Dosing Unit
yd              Yard

mol/L           Mole per Liter
% (v/v)               Percent Volume per
                      Volume


IU                    International Unit




QUANTITY SUFFICIENT   Quantity Sufficient




cm                    Centimeter

mmHg                  Millimeter of Mercury


kg/m2                 Kilogram per Square
                      Meter
BEATS/MIN             Beats per Minute

BREATHS/MIN           Breaths per Minute

CUP                   Cup Dosing Unit
atm                   Atmosphere




RING                  Ring Dosing Unit
mmol/L                Millimole per Liter;
                      umol/mL; Micromole
                      per Milliliter; mol/m3;
                      Mole per Cubic Meter
pg                    Picogram

fg                    Femtogram

ag                    Attogram

cg                    Centigram
dram                  Dram
kg/L              Kilogram per Liter;
                  g/mL; Gram per
                  Milliliter



g/m3              Gram per Cubic Meter;
                  ug/mL; Microgram per
                  Milliliter; mg/L;
                  Milligram per Liter


mL/min            Milliliters per Minute


g/dL              Gram per Deciliter




pmol              Picomole

PUFF              Puff




mm2               Square Millimeter



tuberculin unit   Tuberculin Unit



mL/h              Milliliters per Hour


per sec           Per Second

per min           Per Minute

mg/h              Milligram per Hour
mg/dL   Milligram per Deciliter




cal     Calorie



kcal    Kilogram-Calorie




PFU     Plaque Forming Unit




eq      Equivalent Weight




HPF     High Power Field

g/m2    Gram per Square
        Meter
ug/L         Microgram per Liter;
             mg/m3; Milligram per
             Cubic Meter; ng/mL;
             Nanogram per Milliliter


LPF          Low Power Field


mV           Millivolt

ng/dL        Nanogram per Deciliter




ug/m3        Microgram per Cubic
             Meter




nm           Nanometer


osm          Osmole



psi          Pounds per Square
             Inch

million IU   Million International
             Units
nCi          Nanocurie


IU/L         International Unit per
             Liter


IU/mL        International Unit per
             Milliliter; kIU/L; Kilo
             International Unit per
             Liter
IU/kg        International Unit per
             Kilogram
IU/mg           International Unit per
                Milligram


L/min           Liters per Minute


ug/h            Micrograms per Hour



ug/kg           Microgram per
                Kilogram

ukat/L          Microkatal per Liter


mg/day          Milligram per Day

mg/kg           Milligram per Kilogram


mg/m2           Milligram per Square
                Meter

umol/day        Micromoles per Day



mm/h            Millimeter per Hour


mmol/day        Millimole per 24 Hours



nmol/L          Nanomole per Liter


pmol/L          Picomole per Liter


RNA copies/mL   RNA Copies per
                Milliliter

mEq/day         Milliequivalents per Day




mEq/L           Milliequivalent Per Liter
mEq/kg             Milliequivalent Per
                   Kilogram



deg                Degree Unit of Plane
                   Angle




dmol               Decimole

cmol               Centimole

mmol/g             Millimole per Gram


fmol               Femtomole

amol               Attomole

ft3                Standard Cubic Foot



in2                Square Inch


ELISA unit         Enzyme-Linked
                   Immunosorbent Assay
                   Unit




ELISA unit/dose    Enzyme-Linked
                   Immunosorbent Assay
                   Unit per Dose


ELISA unit/mL      Enzyme-Linked
                   Immunosorbent Assay
                   Unit per Milliliter


Log10 ELISA unit   Log10 Enzyme-Linked
                   Immunosorbent Assay
                   Unit
Log10 ELISA unit/dose   Log10 Enzyme-Linked
                        Immunosorbent Assay
                        Unit per Dose



mol/mL                  Mole per Milliliter

mmol/kg                 Millimole per Kilogram


mol/g                   Mole per Gram


mol/mg                  Mole per Milligram


thousand CFU            Thousand Colony
                        Forming Units
million CFU             Million Colony Forming
                        Units
billion CFU             Billion Colony Forming
                        Units
CFU/g                   Colony Forming Unit
                        per Gram


thousand CFU/g          Thousand Colony
                        Forming Units per
                        Gram

million CFU/g           Million Colony Forming
                        Units per Gram


billion CFU/g           Billion Colony Forming
                        Units per Gram


CFU/mL                  Colony Forming Unit
                        per Milliliter


thousand CFU/mL         Thousand Colony
                        Forming Units per
                        Milliliter

million CFU/mL          Million Colony Forming
                        Units per Milliliter


billion CFU/mL          Billion Colony Forming
                        Units per Milliliter
Gauss             Gauss




kg/cm2            Kilogram per Square
                  Centimeter


g/kg              Gram per Kilogram;
                  mg/g; Milligram per
                  Gram
ppth              Part per Thousand
pm                Picometer

uL/mL             Microliter per Milliliter


nL                Nanoliter

gtt               Drop

mol/mol           Mole per Mole


rpm               Revolution per Minute

dyn               Dyne



log10 EID 50      Log10 50 Percent
                  Embryo Infective Dose




log EID 50/dose   Log10 50 Percent
                  Embryo Infective Dose
                  per Dose


log10 CCID 50     Log10 50 Percent Cell
                  Culture Infective Dose
log10 CCID 50/dose   Log10 50 Percent Cell
                     Culture Infective Dose
                     per Dose


log10 TCID 50        Log10 50 Percent
                     Tissue Culture Infective
                     Dose




log10 TCID 50/dose   Log10 50 Percent
                     Tissue Culture Infective
                     Dose per Dose


kIU                  Kilo International Unit
IU/g                 International Unit per
                     Gram

anti-Xa IU           Anti-Xa Activity
                     International Unit




anti-Xa IU/mL        Anti-Xa Activity
                     International Unit per
                     Milliliter

AgU/mL               Antigen Unit per
                     Milliliter
DAgU                 D Antigen Unit


DAgU/mL              D Antigen Unit per
                     Milliliter

AU/mL                Allergy Unit per Milliliter


BAU                  Bioequivalent Allergy
                     Unit


tuberculin unit/mL   Tuberculin Unit per
                     Milliliter

mkat                 Millikatal

nkat                 Nanokatal

pkat                 Picokatal
nkat/L   Nanokatal per Liter



kBq      Kilobecquerel


MBq      Megabecquerel


GBq      Gigabecquerel


Bq/kg    Becquerel per Kilogram


Bq/g     Becquerel per Gram


Bq/ug    Becquerel per
         Microgram; kBq/mg;
         Kilobecquerel per
         Milligram; MBq/g;
         Megabecquerel per
         Gram
Bq/mg    Becquerel per
         Milligram; kBq/g;
         Kilobecquerel per Gram

GBq/g    Gigabecquerel per
         Gram; kBq/ug;
         Kilobecquerel per
         Microgram
GBq/ug   Gigabecquerel per
         microgram; MBq/ng,
         Megabecquerel per
         nanogram
GBq/mg   Gigabecquerel per
         Milligram; MBq/mg;
         Megabecquerel per
         Milligram
Ci/g     Curie per Gram;
         uCi/ug; Microcurie per
         Microgram; mCi/mg;
         Millicurie per Milligram
Ci/kg    Curie per Kilogram;
         uCi/mg; Microcurie per
         Milligram; mCi/g;
         Millicurie per Gram
Ci/ug    Curie per Microgram


Ci/mg    Curie per Milligram;
         mCi/ug; Millicurie per
         Microgram
EID 50         50 Percent Embryo
               Infective Dose


EID 50/dose    50 Percent Embryo
               Infective Dose per
               Dose


CCID 50        50 Percent Cell Culture
               Infective Dose




CCID 50/dose   50 Percent Cell Culture
               Infective Dose per
               Dose
TCID 50/dose   50 Percent Tissue
               Culture Infective Dose
               per Dose
ukat           Microkatal

ppb            Part per Billion

pptr           Parts per Trillion

mCi/kg         Millicurie per Kilogram;
               uCi/g; Microcurie per
               Gram
uCi/kg         Microcurie per Kilogram


Roentgen       Roentgen




mEq/uL         Milliequivalent Per
               Microliter
mEq/g          Milliequivalent Per
               Gram



mEq/ug         Milliequivalent Per
               Microgram



Bq/L           Becquerel per Liter
Bq/uL       Becquerel per
            Microliter; kBq/mL;
            Kilobecquerel per
            Milliliter; MBq/L;
            Megabecquerel per
            Liter
Bq/mL       Becquerel per Milliliter;
            kBq/L; Kilobecquerel
            per Liter

kBq/uL      Kilobecquerel per
            Microliter; GBq/L;
            Gigabecquerel per
            Liter; MBq/mL;
            Megabecquerel per
            Milliliter
MBq/uL      Megabecquerel per
            Microliter; GBq/mL;
            Gigabecquerel per
            Milliliter
Ci/L        Curie per Liter; uCi/uL;
            Microcurie per
            Microliter

Ci/uL       Curie per Microliter



Ci/mL       Curie per Milliliter



uCi/L       Microcurie per Liter



mCi/L       Millicurie per Liter;
            uCi/mL; Microcurie per
            Milliliter

uV          Microvolt

cycle/min   Cycle per Minute



km          Kilometer

Mile        International Mile

100 IU/mL   100 International
            units/Milliliter
thousand organisms      Thousand Organisms

million organisms       Million Organisms

billion organisms       Billion Organisms

thousand organisms/g    Thousand Organisms
                        per Gram

million organisms/g     Million Organisms per
                        Gram

billion organisms/g     Billion Organisms per
                        Gram

million organisms/mg    Million Organisms per
                        Milligram

billion organisms/mg    Billion Organisms per
                        Milligram

thousand organisms/mL   Thousand Organisms
                        per Milliliter

million organisms/mL    Million Organisms per
                        Milliliter

billion organisms/mL    Billion Organisms per
                        Milliliter

PFU/dose                Plaque Forming Unit
                        per Dose


PFU/mL                  Plaque Forming Unit
                        per Milliliter


bel                     Bel




g/cm2                   Gram per Square
                        Centimeter


kUSP                    Kilo United States
                        Pharmacopoeia Unit
km/h                    Kilometer Per Hour
NEBULE           Nebule

ug/day           Microgram per Day




mg/kg/min        Milligram per Kilogram
                 per Minute

IU/kg/h          International units per
                 Kilogram per Hour


ug/kg/min        Microgram per
                 Kilogram per Minute;
                 Gamma per Kilogram
                 per Minute;
                 gamma/kg/min
ug/min           Micrograms per Minute




ft               Foot



FINGERTIP UNIT   Fingertip Unit




SACHET           Sachet dosing unit


mg/kg/h          Milligram per Kilogram
                 per Hour

cycle/sec        Cycle per Second



LOC              Anatomical Location
LIP                     Lip

HARD PALATE             Hard Palate

HYPOPHARYNX             Hypopharynx

GASTRIC CARDIA          Gastric Cardia


FUNDUS OF THE STOMACH Fundus of the Stomach


BODY OF STOMACH         Body of Stomach



ANTRUM PYLORI           Antrum Pylori


GREATER CURVATURE OF    Greater Curvature of
THE STOMACH             the Stomach
MIDDLE EAR              Middle Ear

MAXILLARY SINUS         Maxillary Sinus




ETHMOID SINUS           Ethmoid Sinus
FRONTAL SINUS           Frontal Sinus


SUBGLOTTIS              Subglottis

MANDIBLE                Mandible
SKIN OF THE TRUNK       Skin of the Trunk

NIPPLE                  Nipple


CERVIX UTERI            Cervix Uteri


MYOMETRIUM              Myometrium
PARAMETRIUM             Parametrium



CONJUNCTIVA             Conjunctiva
CORNEA              Cornea




RETINA              Retina



ORBIT               Orbit




FRONTAL LOBE        Frontal Lobe

PARIETAL LOBE       Parietal Lobe



BRAIN VENTRICLE     Brain Ventricle


PELVIC LYMPH NODE   Pelvic Lymph Node
BONE                Bone

ARTERY              Artery

GALLBLADDER         Gallbladder




GASTROINTESTINAL    Gastrointestinal System
SYSTEM

LARGE INTESTINE     Large Intestine

APPENDIX            Appendix


COLON               Colon




SMALL INTESTINE     Small Intestine
ILEUM            Ileum
JEJUNUM          Jejunum

ESOPHAGUS        Esophagus




STOMACH          Stomach



LIVER            Liver




PANCREAS         Pancreas




EAR              Ear




THYROID GLAND    Thyroid Gland


EYE              Eye
FALLOPIAN TUBE   Fallopian Tube



OVARY            Ovary
UTERUS           Uterus



VAGINA           Vagina

VULVA            Vulva



PENIS            Penis
PROSTATE GLAND   Prostate Gland




TESTIS           Testis


URINARY SYSTEM   Urinary System

BLADDER          Bladder


KIDNEY           Kidney




URETER           Ureter

URETHRA          Urethra

HEAD             Head

LARYNX           Larynx


ORAL CAVITY      Oral Cavity



TONGUE           Tongue


NASOPHARYNX      Nasopharynx
NASAL CAVITY    Nasal Cavity




PHARYNX         Pharynx


PAROTID GLAND   Parotid Gland

TRACHEA         Trachea

LIMB            Limb

SPLEEN          Spleen




THYMUS GLAND    Thymus Gland




BLOOD           Blood




MUSCLE TISSUE   Muscle Tissue




BRAIN           Brain
MEDULLA OBLONGATA   Medulla Oblongata




BASAL GANGLIA       Basal Ganglia




PUTAMEN             Putamen




THALAMUS            Thalamus




LUNG                Lung




SKIN                Skin


TYMPANIC MEMBRANE   Tympanic Membrane




MASTOID PROCESS     Mastoid Process


ABDOMINAL CAVITY    Abdominal Cavity
ADRENAL GLAND       Adrenal Gland




AORTA               Aorta




AXILLA              Axilla

BILIARY TRACT       Biliary Tract




BLOOD VESSEL        Blood Vessel



BRACHIAL ARTERY     Brachial Artery

BRACHIAL PLEXUS     Brachial Plexus


BRONCHUS            Bronchus


CAROTID ARTERY      Carotid Artery



CERVICAL VERTEBRA   Cervical Vertebra


CLAVICLE            Clavicle

COCCYX              Coccyx


EPIGLOTTIS          Epiglottis


ETHMOID BONE        Ethmoid Bone




EYELID              Eyelid
FEMORAL ARTERY    Femoral Artery

FEMORAL VEIN      Femoral Vein

FEMUR             Femur

FIBULA            Fibula

GANGLION          Ganglion


GLOTTIS           Glottis
INGUINAL REGION   Inguinal Region

HEART             Heart




HUMERUS           Humerus

INTESTINE         Intestine


LENS              Lens




LUMBAR VERTEBRA   Lumbar Vertebra


LYMPH NODE        Lymph Node




MEDIASTINUM       Mediastinum




METATARSAL BONE   Metatarsal Bone


NOSE              Nose


OPTIC NERVE       Optic Nerve
PARANASAL SINUS     Paranasal Sinus




PELVIS              Pelvis


PERIPHERAL NERVE    Peripheral Nerve

PERITONEUM          Peritoneum




RIB                 Rib




SCAPULA             Scapula


SCROTUM             Scrotum

LUNATE BONE         Lunate Bone

SKULL               Skull

STERNUM             Sternum

TEMPORAL BONE       Temporal Bone




THORACIC VERTEBRA   Thoracic Vertebra


THORAX              Thorax

TIBIA               Tibia

TONSIL              Tonsil


TROCHLEAR NERVE     Trochlear Nerve

UVEA                Uvea

VEIN                Vein
VENA CAVA               Vena Cava

VOCAL CORD              Vocal Cord




RADIAL ARTERY           Radial Artery

PLEURAL CAVITY          Pleural Cavity

CORONARY ARTERY         Coronary Artery

SACRAL VERTEBRA         Sacral Vertebra

SCAPHOID BONE           Scaphoid Bone

PISIFORM BONE           Pisiform Bone

CAPITATE BONE           Capitate Bone

TRAPEZIAL BONE          Trapezial Bone

TRIANGULAR BONE         Triangular Bone

TRAPEZOID BONE          Trapezoid Bone

HAMATE BONE             Hamate Bone
SUPRACLAVICULAR LYMPH   Supraclavicular Lymph
NODE                    Node
AXILLARY LYMPH NODE     Axillary Lymph Node


BREAST                  Breast


VERTEBRAL COLUMN        Vertebral Column




PERICARDIUM             Pericardium


BODY                    Body


JOINT                   Joint

LIGAMENT                Ligament
SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE Skeletal Muscle Tissue



BACK                      Back

NECK                      Neck

FACE                      Face



MUCOSA                    Mucosa
GASTRIC                   Gastric
HEPATIC                   Hepatic

ANASTOMOSIS               Anastomosis

SHOULDER                  Shoulder

CHEST                     Chest



HILAR                     Hilar
CORPUS LUTEUM             Corpus Luteum




MAXILLA                   Maxilla

ACETABULUM                Acetabulum


ACROMIOCLAVICULAR         Acromioclavicular Joint
JOINT

ACROMION                  Acromion
ANKLE JOINT               Ankle Joint

AORTIC ARCH               Aortic Arch



ARM                       Arm


BASILIC VEIN              Basilic Vein


C1 VERTEBRA               C1 Vertebra
C2 VERTEBRA               C2 Vertebra
C3 VERTEBRA               C3 Vertebra
C4 VERTEBRA               C4 Vertebra
C5 VERTEBRA             C5 Vertebra
C6 VERTEBRA             C6 Vertebra
C7 VERTEBRA             C7 Vertebra
CANINE TOOTH            Canine Tooth

CEPHALIC VEIN           Cephalic Vein



CERVICAL LYMPH NODE     Cervical Lymph Node
COCCYGEAL VERTEBRA      Coccygeal Vertebra

COSTAL CARTILAGE        Costal Cartilage


CUBOID BONE             Cuboid Bone


DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERY   Dorsalis Pedis Artery




ELBOW JOINT             Elbow Joint

ENDOMETRIAL CAVITY      Endometrial Cavity

FACET JOINT             Facet Joint



FINGER                  Finger
FINGERNAIL              Fingernail
FOOT                    Foot

FOREARM                 Forearm

GASTROESOPHAGEAL        Gastroesophageal
JUNCTION                Junction
GINGIVA                 Gingiva



GLENOID FOSSA           Glenoid Fossa

GREAT TROCHANTER        Great Trochanter

HAIR                    Hair
HAND                    Hand

HEAD OF THE HUMERUS     Head of the Humerus

HIP JOINT               Hip Joint
HYOID BONE              Hyoid Bone



ILIAC LYMPH NODE        Iliac Lymph Node

ILIUM                   Ilium


INCISOR                 Incisor

INCUS                   Incus


INGUINAL LYMPH NODE     Inguinal Lymph Node

INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT   Interphalangeal Joint of
OF THE HAND             the Hand
ISCHIUM                 Ischium

JAW JOINT               Jaw Joint

KNEE JOINT              Knee Joint




L1 VERTEBRA             L1 Vertebra

L2 VERTEBRA             L2 Vertebra

L3 VERTEBRA             L3 Vertebra

L4 VERTEBRA             L4 Vertebra

L5 VERTEBRA             L5 Vertebra

LACRIMAL BONE           Lacrimal Bone



LEG                     Leg

LIVER FISSURE           Liver Fissure


LYMPH NODE HILUM        Lymph Node Hilum
MALLEUS                 Malleus
MEDIASTINAL LYMPH NODE Mediastinal Lymph
                       Node



METATARSOPHALANGEAL       Metatarsophalangeal
JOINT                     Joint

NAIL                      Nail

NASAL BONE                Nasal Bone

NASAL SEPTUM              Nasal Septum
NAVICULAR BONE            Navicular Bone

NOSTRIL                   Nostril

OLECRANON                 Olecranon

OLFACTORY MUCOSA          Olfactory Mucosa



PAROTID GLAND LYMPH       Parotid Gland Lymph
NODE                      Node
PATELLA                   Patella


PELVIC BONE               Pelvic Bone



PERINEUM                  Perineum

PHARYNGEAL TONSIL         Pharyngeal Tonsil


PORTAL VEIN               Portal Vein


PYLORIC SPHINCTER         Pyloric Sphincter

SACROILIAC JOINT          Sacroiliac Joint

SACRUM                    Sacrum


SHOULDER JOINT            Shoulder Joint

SINUS                  Sinus
STERNOCLAVICULAR JOINT Sternoclavicular Joint

SYNOVIAL FLUID            Synovial Fluid
T1 VERTEBRA        T1 Vertebra

T10 VERTEBRA       T10 Vertebra

T11 VERTEBRA       T11 Vertebra

T12 VERTEBRA       T12 Vertebra

T2 VERTEBRA        T2 Vertebra

T3 VERTEBRA        T3 Vertebra

T4 VERTEBRA        T4 Vertebra

T5 VERTEBRA        T5 Vertebra

T6 VERTEBRA        T6 Vertebra

T7 VERTEBRA        T7 Vertebra

T8 VERTEBRA        T8 Vertebra

T9 VERTEBRA        T9 Vertebra

TARSUS BONE        Tarsus Bone

THIGH              Thigh

TOE                Toe
TOENAIL            Toenail

TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE   Trapezius Muscle




TROCHANTER         Trochanter

TRUNK              Trunk
TUNICA INTIMA      Tunica Intima




VOMER              Vomer



WRIST JOINT        Wrist Joint

XIPHOID PROCESS    Xiphoid Process
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT Gastrointestinal Tract




ANUS                      Anus


REGIONAL LYMPH NODE       Regional Lymph Node

STERNAL MANUBRIUM         Sternal Manubrium



PALATINE BONE             Palatine Bone




LEG SKIN                  Leg Skin
ARM SKIN                  Arm Skin
ABDOMINAL SKIN            Abdominal Skin
RIB 9                     Rib 9

RIB 8                     Rib 8

RIB 7                     Rib 7

RIB 6                     Rib 6

RIB 5                     Rib 5

RIB 4                     Rib 4

RIB 3                     Rib 3

RIB 2                     Rib 2

RIB 12                    Rib 12

RIB 11                    Rib 11

RIB 10                    Rib 10

RIB 1                     Rib 1

HAND PHALANX              Hand Phalanx
FOOT PHALANX              Foot Phalanx
TALUS                     Talus

SCIATIC NERVE             Sciatic Nerve
THROAT                  Throat

FEMORAL NECK            Femoral Neck

MALE GENITALIA          Male Genitalia
FEMALE GENITALIA        Female Genitalia
UNCINATE PROCESS OF     Uncinate Process of
PANCREAS                Pancreas

CHEST WALL              Chest Wall


INFRACLAVICULAR LYMPH   Infraclavicular Lymph
NODE                    Node
FACIAL BONE             Facial Bone

WAIST                   Waist
HIP                     Hip

CELIAC LYMPH NODE       Celiac Lymph Node
TOOTH CANAL             Tooth Canal

EPICONDYLE              Epicondyle

DSCAT                   Category for
                        Disposition Event


PROTOCOL MILESTONE      Protocol Milestone



OTHER EVENT             Other Event

DISPOSITION EVENT       Disposition Event




SKINCLAS                Skin Classification



TYPE1




TYPE2
TYPE3



TYPE4




TYPE5




TYPE6




SKINTYP    Skin Type

OILY


DRY


NORMAL


SCCD       Subject Characteristic
           Code

EDLEVEL    Education Level

MARISTAT   Marital Status

EMPJOB     Employee Job



SKINCLAS   Skin Classification

SKINTYP    Skin Type

JOBCLAS    Employee Job Class

SALTYP     Employee Salary Type


MARISTAT   Marital Status
ANNULLED

DIVORCED

INTERLOCUTORY

LEGALLY SEPARATED

MARRIED
NEVER MARRIED
WIDOWED
POLYGAMOUS
DOMESTIC PARTNER

RACE                     Race


BLACK OR AFRICAN
AMERICAN


AMERICAN INDIAN OR
ALASKA NATIVE


ASIAN




NATIVE HAWAIIAN OR
OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDER




WHITE


DATEST                   Drug Accountability
                         Test Name

DISPAMT                  Dispensed Amount

RETAMT                   Returned Amount

DATESTCD                 Drug Accountability
                         Test Code

DISPAMT                  Dispensed Amount

RETAMT                   Returned Amount
SPECCOND           Specimen Condition


FROZEN             Frozen Specimen

HEMOLIZED          Hemolysis in Specimen


LIPEMIC            Lipemic Specimen

REFRIGERATED       Refrigerated Specimen

ROOM TEMPERATURE   Specimen at Room
                   Temperature

CALCIFIED          Calcified Specimen
CLOTTED            Clotted Specimen
AUTOLIZED          Autolized Specimen


SPECTYPE           Specimen Type


ADIPOSE TISSUE


AMNIOTIC FLUID

AQUEOUS HUMOR

ARTERIAL BLOOD



ATHEROSCLEROTIC
PLAQUE
BILE


BLOOD




BONE

BONE MARROW



BREAST MILK
CALCULUS



CEREBROSPINAL FLUID


CERUMEN
COLOSTRUM


EMESIS                Vomit

EXPIRED AIR



EXUDATE


FLUID

HAIR
LOCHIA


LUNG SURFACTANT       Surfactant




LYMPH




MECONIUM


MENSTRUAL BLOOD


MUCUS

NAIL

PLASMA
PUS


SALIVA


SEBUM

SEMEN           Seminal Plasma




SEMINAL FLUID


SERUM


SMEGMA

SPUTUM



STOOL           Feces


PERSPIRATION    Sweat
TISSUE



TRANSUDATE



URINE

VENOUS BLOOD




EVAL            Evaluator

CAREGIVER


CHILD
PARENT
CLINICAL RESEARCH
COORDINATOR




CLINICAL RESEARCH        Research Associate
ASSOCIATE



CLINICAL STUDY SPONSOR Study Sponsor,
                       Sponsor
HEALTH CARE
PROFESSIONAL

INDEPENDENT ASSESSOR


INVESTIGATOR




FRIEND

STUDY SUBJECT


SPOUSE
DOMESTIC PARTNER



ADJUDICATION COMMITTEE


GUARDIAN



NRIND                    Reference Range
                         Indicator

NORMAL

ABNORMAL

HIGH

LOW
RELTYPE   Relationship Type


ONE
MANY
NCF       Never/Current/Former
          Classification


NEVER

CURRENT

FORMER    Previous
CDISC Definition                                               NCI Preferred Term

The reason that changes were made to the therapy under         CDISC SDTM Action
study. (NCI)                                                   Taken with Study
                                                               Treatment Terminology
An indication that a medication schedule was modified by       Dose Increased
addition; either by changing the frequency, strength or
amount. (NCI)
An indication that a medication schedule was maintained.       Dose Not Changed
(NCI)
An indication that a medication schedule was modified by       Dose Reduced
subtraction, either by changing the frequency, strength or
amount. (NCI)
An indication that a medication schedule was modified by       Drug Interrupted
temporarily terminating a prescribed regimen of
medication. (NCI)
An indication that a medication schedule was modified          Drug Withdrawn
through termination of a prescribed regimen of medication.
(NCI)
Determination of a value is not relevant in the current        Not Applicable
context. (NCI)
Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)       Unknown

A condition or event that is attributed to the adverse event   CDISC SDTM Adverse
and is the result or conclusion of the adverse event. (NCI)    Event Outcome
                                                               Terminology
The termination of life as a result of an adverse event.       Death Related to
(NCI)                                                          Adverse Event
One of the possible results of an adverse event outcome        Not Recovered or Not
that indicates that the event has not improved or              Resolved
recuperated. (NCI)
One of the possible results of an adverse event outcome        Recovered or Resolved
that indicates that the event has improved or recuperated.
(NCI)
One of the possible results of an adverse event outcome        Recovered or Resolved
where the subject recuperated but retained pathological        with Sequelae
conditions resulting from the prior disease or injury. (NCI)

One of the possible results of an adverse event outcome        Recovering or Resolving
that indicates that the event is improving. (NCI)

Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)       Unknown

Subgroups of populations based on age. (NCI)                 CDISC SDTM Age
                                                             Group Terminology
A juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity; in the Adolescent
state of development between puberty and maturity. (NCI)

A person from 18 years to 65 years of age. (NCI)               Adult 18-65 Years Old
A person from 2 years to 11 years of age. (NCI)                Children 2-11 Years Old

An age group comprised by people 65 years of age and           Elderly
older. (NCI)
The period of time during which the embryo or fetus is           In Utero
present in the uterus of the female. Also describes the
location of the embryo or fetus as being in the uterus in
contrast to outside the uterus (ex utero). (NCI)
A person from 28 days to 23 months of age. (NCI)                 Infant And Toddler

An infant during the first month after birth. (NCI)              Newborn
An infant born prior to completion of the normal gestation       Preterm Newborn Infant
period. (NCI)
Those units of time that are routinely used to express the       CDISC SDTM Age Unit
age of a person. (NCI)                                           Terminology
The time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis;      Day
ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours. This also refers to
a specific day. (NCI)
A unit measure of time equal to 3,600 seconds or 60              Hour
minutes. It is approximately 1/24 of a median day. (NCI)

One of the 12 divisions of a year as determined by a             Month
calendar. It corresponds to the unit of time of approximately
to one cycle of the moon's phases, about 30 days or 4
weeks. (NCI)
Any period of seven consecutive days. (NCI)                      Week
The period of time that it takes for Earth to make a             Year
complete revolution around the sun, approximately 365
days; a specific one year period. (NCI)
A collection of criteria on which subjects are evaluated and     CDISC SDTM Category
that must be met by all study subjects. (NCI)                    of Inclusion And Or
                                                                 Exclusion Terminology

List of characteristics in a protocol, any one of which may Exclusion
exclude a potential subject from participation in a study.
(CDISC glossary)
The criteria in a protocol that prospective subjects must     Inclusion
meet to be eligible for participation in a study. NOTE:
Exclusion and inclusion criteria define the study population.
See also exclusion criteria. (CDISC glossary)

Terms at the highest level of the CDISC system organ             CDISC SDTM System
class terminology.                                               Organ Class
                                                                 Terminology
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Hematopoietic and
blood or lymphatic system that is manifested by a                Lymphoid System
characteristic set of symptoms and signs. (NCI)                  Disorder
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Heart Disorder
cardiac system that is manifested by a characteristic set of
symptoms and signs. (NCI)
A class of disorders that encompasses conditions resulting       Congenital, Familial and
from a congenital, familial hereditary trait or genetic          Genetic Disorder Class
abnormality as is manifested by a characteristic set of
symptoms and signs. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Ear and Labyrinth
ear or labyrinth that is manifested by a characteristic set of   Disorder Class
symptoms and signs. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the          Endocrine Disorder
endocrine system that is manifested by a characteristic set
of symptoms and signs. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the          Eye Disorder
eye that is manifested by a characteristic set of symptoms
and signs. (NCI)
Diseases of the digestive tract (oral cavity to anus) and           Gastrointestinal
associated organs (salivary glands, liver, pancreas). (NCI)         Disorder

A class of disorders that encompasses conditions of a               General Disorders and
general kind that result from a disease, the treatment of           Administration Site
disease or administration of treatment at a particular site         Conditions Class
and are manifested by a characteristic set of symptoms
and signs. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the          Liver and Biliary Tract
liver or biliary tract that is manifested by a characteristic set   Disorder
of symptoms and signs. (NCI)
A disorder resulting from an abnormality in the immune              Immune System
system. -- 2003 (NCI)                                               Disorder
A disorder resulting from the presence and activity of a            Infectious Disorder
microbial, viral, or parasitic agent. It can be transmitted by
direct or indirect contact. -- 2003 (NCI)
A class of disorders that encompasses conditions resulting          Injury, Poisoning and
from an injury, poisoning or procedure. (NCI)                       Procedural Complication
                                                                    Class
The act or process of a systematic and thorough                     Investigation
examination; research, study; the process of inquiring into
or following up, intended to develop facts. (NCI)
A class of disorders that encompasses conditions                    Metabolism and
occurring as a result of metabolic dysfunction or deviation         Nutrition Disorder Class
from the normal nutritional requirements. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the          Connective and Soft
musculoskeletal or connective tissue that is manifested by          Tissue Disorder
a characteristic set of symptoms and signs. (NCI)

An abnormal tissue growth resulted from uncontrolled cell Neoplasm
proliferation. Benign neoplastic cells resemble normal cells
without exhibiting significant cytologic atypia, while
malignant ones exhibit overt signs such as dysplastic
features, atypical mitotic figures, necrosis, nuclear
pleomorphism, and anaplasia. Representative examples of
benign neoplasms include papillomas, cystadenomas, and
lipomas; malignant neoplasms include carcinomas,
sarcomas, lymphomas, and leukemias. -- 2004 (NCI)

Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the          Nervous System
nervous system that is manifested by a characteristic set of        Disorder
symptoms and signs. (NCI)
A class of conditions associated with pregnancy,                    Pregnancy, Puerperium
puerperium and perinatal status. (NCI)                              and Perinatal Condition
                                                                    Class
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the   Psychiatric Disorder
brain and a psychiatric condition, that results in an
impairment of an individual's normal cognitive, emotional,
or behavioral functioning, and is caused by physiological or
psychosocial factors. (NCI)
Disorders of any part of the urologic system. (NCI)          Urinary System Disorder

Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Reproductive System
reproductive system or breast that is manifested by a            and Breast Disorder
characteristic set of symptoms and signs. (NCI)                  Class
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Respiratory and
respiratory system including the thorax and mediastinum          Thoracic Disorder
that is manifested by a characteristic set of symptoms and
signs. (NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Skin Disorder
skin or subcutaneous tissue that is manifested by a
characteristic set of symptoms and signs.(NCI)
A set of concepts that results from or is influenced by          Social Circumstances
criteria or activities associated with the social environment
of a person. (NCI)
A particular course of action intended to achieve a result.      Procedure
(NCI)
Any deviation from the normal structure or function of the       Vascular Disorder
vascular system that is manifested by a characteristic set
of symptoms and signs. (NCI)
A standard terminology developed to report adverse events        CDISC SDTM Common
occurring in cancer clinical trials. Common terminology          Terminology Criteria for
criteria for adverse events (CTCAE) are used in study            Adverse Event Grade
adverse event summaries and Investigational New Drug             Terminology
reports to the Food and Drug Administration. The CTCAE
contain a grading scale for each adverse event term
representing the severity of the event. (NCI)

A type of adverse event that is usually transient and may        Mild Adverse Event
require only minimal treatment or therapeutic intervention.
The event does not generally interfere with usual activities
of daily living.
A type of adverse event that is usually alleviated with          Moderate Adverse
additional specific therapeutic intervention. The event          Event
interferes with usual activities of daily living, causing
discomfort but poses no significant or permanent risk of
harm to the research participant.
A type of adverse event that interrupts usual activities of      Severe Adverse Event
daily living, or significantly affects clinical status, or may
require intensive therapeutic intervention.
An adverse event, and/or its immediate sequelae, which is        Life Threatening or
associated with an imminent risk of death or which is            Disabling Adverse Event
associated with physical or mental disabilities that affect or
limit the ability of a person to perform activities of daily
living (eating, ambulation, toileting, etc.) See NCI Common
Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events.
The termination of life as a result of an adverse event.         Death Related to
(NCI)                                                            Adverse Event
Comparator against which the study treatment is evaluated CDISC SDTM Control
(e.g., concurrent (placebo, no treatment, dose-response,  Type Terminology
active), external (historical, published literature).

A type of control, which has a demonstrated effect,            Active Control
administered as a comparator, to subjects in a clinical trial.
[From ICH E10].
No person or thing, nobody, not any. (NCI)                     None
Use of an inactive compound identical in appearance to         Placebo Control
drug or treatment being tested in experimental research,
which may or may not be known to the physician and/or
subject, administered to distinguish between drug action
and suggestive effect of the drug or treatment under study.
The effects of the active drug or treatment are compared to
the effects of the placebo. (NCI)

A collective generic term that refers here to a wide variety   CDISC SDTM Country
of dependencies, areas of special sovereignty, uninhabited     Terminology
islands, and other entities in addition to the traditional
countries or independent states. (NCI)
Island in the Caribbean Sea, north of Venezuela.               Aruba
A country in Southern Asia, north and west of Pakistan,        Afghanistan
east of Iran.
A country in Southern Africa, bordering the South Atlantic     Angola
Ocean, between Namibia and Democratic Republic of the
Congo.
An island in the Caribbean Sea, east of Puerto Rico.           Anguilla
An archipelago in the Baltic Sea at the entrance to the Gulf   Aland Islands
of Bothnia between Sweden and Finland.
A country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic       Albania
Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece and Serbia and
Montenegro.
A country in Southwestern Europe, between France and           Andorra
Spain.
A country in the Caribbean, comprising two island groups in    Netherlands Antilles
the Caribbean Sea - one includes Curacao and Bonaire
north of Venezuela; the other is east of the Virgin Islands.

A country in the Middle East, bordering the Gulf of Oman       United Arab Emirates
and the Persian Gulf, between Oman and Saudi Arabia.

A country in Southern South America, bordering the South       Argentina
Atlantic Ocean, between Chile and Uruguay.
A country in Southwestern Asia, east of Turkey.                Armenia
A group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about half      American Samoa
way between Hawaii and New Zealand.
The continent lying mostly south of the Antarctic Circle.      Antarctica
Islands in the southern Indian Ocean, south of Africa, about   French Southern
equidistant between Africa, Antarctica, and Australia.         Territories

Islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic       Antigua and Barbuda
Ocean, east-southeast of Puerto Rico.
The continent between the Indian Ocean and the South           Australia
Pacific Ocean.
A country in Central Europe, north of Italy and Slovenia.      Austria
A country in Southwestern Asia, bordering the Caspian          Azerbaijan
Sea, between Iran and Russia.
A country in Central Africa, east of Democratic Republic of    Burundi
the Congo.
A country in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea,          Belgium
between France and the Netherlands.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic      Benin Republic
Ocean, between Nigeria and Togo.
A country in Western Africa, north of Ghana.                   Burkina Faso
A country in Southern Asia, bordering the Bay of Bengal,       Bangladesh
between Burma and India.
A country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black          Bulgaria
Sea, between Romania and Turkey.
An archipelago in the Persian Gulf, east of Saudi Arabia.      Bahrain

A chain of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of   Bahamas
Florida.
A country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic       Bosnia-Herzegovina
Sea and Croatia.
A country in Eastern Europe, east of Poland.                   Belarus
A country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean          Belize
Sea, between Guatemala and Mexico.
A group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of        Bermuda
South Carolina.
A country in Central South America, southwest of Brazil.       Bolivia

A country in Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic     Brazil
Ocean.
An island between the Caribbean Sea and the North              Barbados
Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela.
A country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the South China      Brunei Darussalam
Sea and Malaysia.
A country in Southern Asia, between China and India.           Bhutan
An island in the South Atlantic Ocean, south-southwest of      Bouvet Island
the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa).
A country in Southern Africa, north of South Africa.           Botswana
A country in Central Africa, north of Democratic Republic of   Central African Republic
the Congo.
A country in Northern North America, bordering the North       Canada
Atlantic Ocean on the east, North Pacific Ocean on the
west, and the Arctic Ocean on the north, north of the
conterminous US.
A group of islands in the Indian Ocean, south of Indonesia,    Cocos (Keeling) Islands
about halfway from Australia to Sri Lanka.
A country in Central Europe, east of France, north of Italy.   Switzerland

A country in Southern South America, bordering the South Chile
Atlantic Ocean and South Pacific Ocean, between
Argentina and Peru.
A country in Eastern Asia, bordering the East China Sea,  China
Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, between
North Korea and Vietnam.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Cote d'Ivoire
Ocean, between Ghana and Liberia.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra,   Cameroon
between Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria.
A country in Central Africa, northeast of Angola.             Democratic Republic of
                                                              the Congo

A country in Western Africa, bordering the South Atlantic     Congo
Ocean, between Angola and Gabon.
A group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-     Cook Islands
half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand.
A country in Northern South America, bordering the            Colombia
Caribbean Sea, between Panama and Venezuela, and
bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Ecuador and
Panama.
A group of islands in the Mozambique Channel, about two-      Comoros
thirds of the way between northern Madagascar and
northern Mozambique.
A group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of       Cape Verde
Senegal.
A country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean    Costa Rica
Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Nicaragua and
Panama.
An island between the Caribbean Sea and the North             Cuba
Atlantic Ocean, 150 km south of Key West, Florida.
An Australian-administered island in the eastern Indian       Christmas Island
Ocean south of Java, Indonesia.
An island group in the Caribbean Sea, nearly one-half of      Cayman Islands
the way from Cuba to Honduras.
An island in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey.          Cyprus
A country in Central Europe, southeast of Germany.            Czech Republic
A country in Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and     Germany
the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south
of Denmark.
A country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and   Djibouti
the Red Sea, between Eritrea and Somalia.
An island between the Caribbean Sea and the North             Dominica
Atlantic Ocean, about one-half of the way from Puerto Rico
to Trinidad and Tobago.
A country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and    Denmark
the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland);
also includes two major islands (Sjaelland and Fyn).

A country comprising the eastern two-thirds of the island of Dominican Republic
Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North
Atlantic Ocean, east of Haiti.
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Algeria
Sea, between Morocco and Tunisia.
A country in Western South America, bordering the Pacific Ecuador
Ocean at the Equator, between Colombia and Peru.

A country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean     Egypt
Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip.
A country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Red Sea,           Eritrea
between Djibouti and Sudan.
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic    Western Sahara
Ocean, between Mauritania and Morocco.
A country in Southwestern Europe, bordering the Bay of         Spain
Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean, and
Pyrenees Mountains, southwest of France.
A country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and      Estonia
Gulf of Finland, between Latvia and Russia.
A country in Eastern Africa, west of Somalia.                  Ethiopia
A country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea,        Finland
Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland, between Sweden and
Russia.
An island group in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-         Fiji
thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand.
Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, east of southern          Falkland Islands
Argentina.
A country in Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay       France
and English Channel, between Belgium and Spain,
southeast of the UK; bordering the Mediterranean Sea,
between Italy and Spain.
An island group between the Norwegian Sea and the North        Faroe Islands
Atlantic Ocean, about one-half of the way from Iceland to
Norway.
An island group in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-       Federated States of
quarters of the way from Hawaii to Indonesia.                  Micronesia

A country in Western Africa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean      Gabon
at the Equator, between Republic of the Congo and
Equatorial Guinea.
A country in Western Europe, comprising islands, including     United Kingdom
the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland, between the
North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of
France.
A country in Southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea,       Georgia
between Turkey and Russia.
The island of Guernsey and the other Channel Islands           Guernsey
represent the last remnants of the medieval Dukedom of
Normandy, which held sway in both France and England.
Guernsey is a British crown dependency, but is not part of
the UK.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea,     Ghana
between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo.
A dependency in Southwestern Europe, bordering the Strait      Gibraltar
of Gibraltar, on the southern coast of Spain.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic      Guinea
Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone.

Islands in the eastern Caribbean Sea, southeast of Puerto      Guadeloupe
Rico.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic      Gambia
Ocean and Senegal.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic      Guinea-Bissau
Ocean, between Guinea and Senegal.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra,    Equatorial Guinea
between Cameroon and Gabon; composed of a mainland
portion and five inhabited islands.
A country in Southern Europe, bordering the Aegean Sea,        Greece
Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea, between Albania
and Turkey.
An island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean,        Grenada
north of Trinidad and Tobago.
An island between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic      Greenland
Ocean, northeast of Canada.
A country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean          Guatemala
Sea, between Honduras and Belize and bordering the
North Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Mexico.
A country in Northern South America, bordering the North       French Guiana
Atlantic Ocean, between Brazil and Suriname.
Island in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of     Guam
the way from Hawaii to the Philippines.
A country in Northern South America, bordering the North       Guyana
Atlantic Ocean, between Suriname and Venezuela.

A special administrative region of China, bordering the        Hong Kong
South China Sea and China.
Islands in the Indian Ocean, about two-thirds of the way       Heard Island and
from Madagascar to Antarctica.                                 McDonald Islands

A country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean   Honduras
Sea, between Guatemala and Nicaragua and bordering the
North Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Nicaragua.

A country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic       Croatia
Sea, between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia.

A country comprising the western one-third of the island of Haiti
Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North
Atlantic Ocean, west of the Dominican Republic.

A country in Central Europe, northwest of Romania.         Hungary
A country in Southeastern Asia, comprising the archipelago Indonesia
between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.

A country in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and      India
the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan.
An archipelago in the Indian Ocean, about one-half the way     British Indian Ocean
from Africa to Indonesia.                                      Territory
A country in Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the      Ireland
island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great
Britain.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Gulf of Oman,      Iran
the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea, between Iraq and
Pakistan.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf,      Iraq
between Iran and Kuwait.
A country in Northern Europe, island between the               Iceland
Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of
the UK.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean      Israel
Sea, between Egypt and Lebanon.
A country in Southern Europe, occupying a peninsula        Italy
extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of
Tunisia.
An island in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba.             Jamaica
A country in the Middle East, northwest of Saudi Arabia.   Jordan

A country in Eastern Asia, occupying an island chain           Japan
between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan,
east of the Korean Peninsula.
Jersey and the other Channel Islands represent the last        Jersey
remnants of the medieval Dukedom of Normandy that held
sway in both France and England. Jersey is a British crown
dependency, but is not part of the UK.
A country in Central Asia, northwest of China.                 Kazakhstan
A country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean,       Kenya
between Somalia and Tanzania.
A country in Central Asia, west of China.                      Kyrgyzstan
A country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of          Cambodia
Thailand, between Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos.
A group of 33 coral atolls in the Pacific Ocean, straddling    Kiribati
the equator; the capital Tarawa is about one-half of the way
from Hawaii to Australia.
Islands in the Caribbean Sea, about one-third of the way       Saint Kitts and Nevis
from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago.
A country in Eastern Asia, occupying the southern half of      South Korea
the Korean Peninsula, bordering the Sea of Japan and the
Yellow Sea.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf,      Kuwait
between Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
A country in Southeastern Asia, northeast of Thailand, west    Lao People's
of Vietnam.                                                    Democratic Republic

A country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean      Lebanon
Sea, between Israel and Syria.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic      Liberia
Ocean, between Cote d'Ivoire and Sierra Leone.
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean      Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Sea, between Egypt and Tunisia.
A country in the Caribbean, occupying an island between        Saint Lucia
the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, north of
Trinidad and Tobago.
A country in Central Europe, between Austria and               Liechtenstein
Switzerland.
A country in Southern Asia, occupying an island in the         Sri Lanka
Indian Ocean, south of India.
A country in Southern Africa, an enclave of South Africa.      Lesotho

A country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea,         Lithuania
between Latvia and Russia.
A country in Western Europe, between France, Belgium,          Luxembourg
and Germany.
A country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea,         Latvia
between Estonia and Lithuania.
A country in Eastern Asia, bordering the South China Sea       Macao
and China.
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Morocco
Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and
Western Sahara.
A country in Western Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Monaco
Sea on the southern coast of France, near the border with
Italy.
A country in Eastern Europe, northeast of Romania.         Moldova

A country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the     Madagascar
Indian Ocean, east of Mozambique.
A country in Southern Asia, occupying a group of atolls in   Maldives
the Indian Ocean, south-southwest of India.
A country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea    Mexico
and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the US and
bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala
and the US.
A group of atolls and reefs in the North Pacific Ocean,      Marshall Islands
about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia.
A country in Southeastern Europe, north of Greece.           Republic of Macedonia

A country in Western Africa, southwest of Algeria.           Mali
A country in Southern Europe, occupying islands in the       Malta
Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily (Italy).
A country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman        Myanmar
Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Bangladesh and
Thailand.
A republic in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic    Montenegro
Sea, between Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Formerly part of Serbia and Montenegro (Federation
Republic of Yugoslavia).
A country in Northern Asia, between China and Russia.        Mongolia
A country in the Pacific, comprising islands in the North    Northern Mariana
Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii   Islands
to the Philippines.
A country in Southern Africa, bordering the Mozambique       Mozambique
Channel, between South Africa and Tanzania.

A country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic   Mauritania
Ocean, between Senegal and Western Sahara.
A country in the Caribbean, occupying an island in the       Montserrat
Caribbean Sea, southeast of Puerto Rico.
An island in the Caribbean Sea, north of Trinidad and        Martinique
Tobago.
A country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the     Mauritius
Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar.
A country in Southern Africa, east of Zambia.                Malawi
A country in Southeastern Asia, occupying a peninsula and    Malaysia
the northern one-third of the island of Borneo, bordering
Indonesia and the South China Sea, south of Vietnam.

A country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the     Mayotte
Mozambique Channel, about one-half of the way from
northern Madagascar to northern Mozambique.
A country in Southern Africa, bordering the South Atlantic   Namibia
Ocean, between Angola and South Africa.
A country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South   New Caledonia
Pacific Ocean, east of Australia.
A country in Western Africa, southeast of Algeria.            Niger
A country in the Pacific, occupying an island in the South    Norfolk Island
Pacific Ocean, east of Australia.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea,    Nigeria
between Benin and Cameroon.
A country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean    Nicaragua
Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Costa Rica and
Honduras.
A country in the Pacific, occupying an island in the South    Niue
Pacific Ocean, east of Tonga.
A country in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea,         Netherlands
between Belgium and Germany.
A country in Northern Europe, bordering the North Sea and     Norway
the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Sweden.
A country in Southern Asia, between China and India.          Nepal
A country in Oceania, occupying an island in the South        Nauru
Pacific Ocean, south of the Marshall Islands.
A country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South   New Zealand
Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Arabian Sea,      Oman
Gulf of Oman, and Persian Gulf, between Yemen and the
United Arab Emirates.
A country in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea,        Pakistan
between India on the east and Iran and Afghanistan on the
west and China in the north.
A country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean    Panama
Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Colombia and
Costa Rica.
A country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South   Pitcairn Island
Pacific Ocean, about midway between Peru and New
Zealand.
A country in Western South America, bordering the South       Peru
Pacific Ocean, between Chile and Ecuador.
A country in Southeastern Asia, comprised of an               Philippines
archipelago between the Philippine Sea and the South
China Sea, east of Vietnam.
A country in the Pacific, comprising a group of islands in    Palau
the North Pacific Ocean, southeast of the Philippines.

A country in Southeastern Asia, comprising a group of         Papua New Guinea
islands and including the eastern half of the island of New
Guinea, between the Coral Sea and the South Pacific
Ocean, east of Indonesia.
A country in Central Europe, east of Germany.                 Poland
An island between the Caribbean Sea and the North             Puerto Rico
Atlantic Ocean, east of the Dominican Republic.
A country in Eastern Asia, occupying the northern half of     North Korea
the Korean Peninsula, bordering the Korea Bay and the
Sea of Japan, between China and South Korea.
A country in Southwestern Europe, bordering the North         Portugal
Atlantic Ocean, west of Spain.
A country in Central South America, northeast of Argentina.   Paraguay
A collective name for the West Bank and the Gaza Strip,       Palestinian Territory,
two territories in Palestine.                                 Occupied

An archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half     French Polynesia
of the way from South America to Australia.
A country in the Middle East, occupying a peninsula           Qatar
bordering the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia.
A country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the      Reunion
Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar.
A country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black         Romania
Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine.
A country in Northern Asia (that part west of the Urals is    Russia
sometimes included with Europe), bordering the Arctic
Ocean, between Europe and the North Pacific Ocean.

A country in Central Africa, east of Democratic Republic of   Rwanda
the Congo.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf      Saudi Arabia
and the Red Sea, north of Yemen.
A republic in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic     Serbia
Sea, between Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Formerly part of Serbia and Montenegro (Federation
Republic of Yugoslavia).
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the Red Sea,          Sudan
between Egypt and Eritrea.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic     Senegal
Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania.

A country in Southeastern Asia, comprised of islands          Singapore
between Malaysia and Indonesia.
A group of islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, east of the   South Georgia and the
tip of South America.                                         South Sandwich Islands

Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, about midway between     Saint Helena
South America and Africa.
Islands between the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland      Svalbard and Jan
Sea, and Norwegian Sea, northeast of Iceland and north of     Mayen
Norway.
A group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, east of        Solomon Islands
Papua New Guinea.
A country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic     Sierra Leone
Ocean, between Guinea and Liberia.
A country in Central America, bordering the North Pacific     El Salvador
Ocean, between Guatemala and Honduras.
A country in Southern Europe, an enclave in central Italy.    San Marino

A country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and   Somalia
the Indian Ocean, east of Ethiopia.
A country in Northern North America, comprised of islands     Saint Pierre and
in the North Atlantic Ocean, south of Newfoundland            Miquelon
(Canada).
A country in Western Africa, comprised of islands in the      Sao Tome and Principe
Gulf of Guinea, straddling the Equator, west of Gabon.
A country in Northern South America, bordering the North        Suriname
Atlantic Ocean, between French Guiana and Guyana.

A country in Central Europe, south of Poland.                   Slovakia
A country in Central Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea,        Slovenia
between Austria and Croatia.
A country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea,         Sweden
Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak, between Finland
and Norway.
A country in Southern Africa, between Mozambique and            Swaziland
South Africa.
A country in Eastern Africa, comprised of a group of islands    Seychelles
in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean       Syria
Sea, between Lebanon and Turkey.
Two island groups in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of     Turks and Caicos
The Bahamas.                                                    Islands
A country in Central Africa, south of Libya.                    Chad
A country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Benin,      Togo
between Benin and Ghana.
A country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman           Thailand
Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, southeast of Burma.

A country in Central Asia, west of China.                       Tajikistan
A group of three atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about       Tokelau
one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand.
A country in Central Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea,           Turkmenistan
between Iran and Kazakhstan.
A country in Southeastern Asia, northwest of Australia in       Timor-Leste
the Lesser Sunda Islands at the eastern end of the
Indonesian archipelago. East Timor includes the eastern
half of the island of Timor, the Oecussi (Ambeno) region on
the northwest portion of the island of Timor, and the islands
of Pulau Atauro and Pulau Jaco.

An archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-           Tonga
thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand.
Islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic        Trinidad and Tobago
Ocean, northeast of Venezuela.
A country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean       Tunisia
Sea, between Algeria and Libya.
A country in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia          Turkey
(that portion of Turkey west of the Bosporus is
geographically part of Europe), bordering the Black Sea,
between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean
Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and
Syria.
An island group consisting of nine coral atolls in the South    Tuvalu
Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to
Australia.
A group of islands bordering the East China Sea, Philippine     Taiwan
Sea, South China Sea, and Taiwan Strait, north of the
Philippines, off the southeastern coast of China.
A country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean,         Tanzania
between Kenya and Mozambique.
A country in Eastern Africa, west of Kenya.                      Uganda
A country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea,            Ukraine
between Poland and Russia.
The U.S. Minor Outlying Islands consist of Baker Island,         United States Minor
Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman           Outlying Islands
Reef, Midway Island, Navassa Island, Palmyra Atoll, and
Wake Island (Wake Atoll).
A country in Southern South America, bordering the South         Uruguay
Atlantic Ocean, between Argentina and Brazil.
A country in North America, bordering both the North             United States
Atlantic Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, between
Canada and Mexico.
A country in Central Asia, north of Afghanistan.                 Uzbekistan
An enclave of Rome (Italy).                                      Holy See

A country in the Caribbean, comprised of islands in the          Saint Vincent and the
Caribbean Sea, north of Trinidad and Tobago.                     Grenadines
A country in Northern South America, bordering the               Venezuela
Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, between
Colombia and Guyana.
Islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic         British Virgin Islands
Ocean, east of Puerto Rico.
Islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic         United States Virgin
Ocean, east of Puerto Rico.                                      Islands
A country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of            Vietnam
Thailand, Gulf of Tonkin, and South China Sea, alongside
China, Laos, and Cambodia.
A group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about three-      Vanuatu
quarters of the way from Hawaii to Australia.
Islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the      Wallis and Futuna
way from Hawaii to New Zealand.                                  Islands
A group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-        Samoa
half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand.
A country in the Middle East, bordering the Arabian Sea,         Yemen
Gulf of Aden, and Red Sea, between Oman and Saudi
Arabia.
A country in Southern Africa, at the southern tip of the         South Africa
continent of Africa.
A country in Southern Africa, east of Angola.                    Zambia
A country in Southern Africa, between South Africa and           Zimbabwe
Zambia.
A grouping of individuals on the basis of a shared               CDISC SDTM Diagnosis
procedure or disease, or lack thereof (e.g. healthy              Group Terminology
volunteers, type 2 diabetic subjects, subjects with renal cell
cancer). Standardized naming systems are available that
define the groups within which a subject should be placed.
(NCI)
An individual who is or becomes a participant in a research      Healthy Subject
study and has no significant health-related issues. (NCI)

A name given to a reference source that lists words and          CDISC SDTM Dictionary
gives their meaning. (NCI)                                       Name Terminology
A terminology developed and used by the Food and Drug           Thesaurus of Adverse
Administration (FDA) for the coding, filing and retrieving of   Reaction Term Coding
post marketing adverse reaction reports. (NCI)                  Symbols

A system of categories to which morbid entries are           International
assigned according to established criteria. Included is the Classification of
entire range of conditions in a manageable number of         Diseases
categories, grouped to facilitate mortality reporting. It is
produced by the World Health Organization (from ICD-10,
p1). The Clinical Modifications, produced by the United
States Dept. of Health and Human Services, are larger
extensions used for morbidity and general epidemiological
purposes, primarily in the U.S. (MSH2005_2004_10_12)

Published by The Regenstrief Institute, the Logical             Logical Observation
Observation Identifiers Names and Codes covers clinical         Identifiers Names and
and clinical laboratory terminology. (NCI)                      Codes
MedDRA is an international medical terminology designed         MedDRA
to support the classification, retrieval, presentation, and
communication of medical information throughout the
medical product regulatory cycle. MedDRA was developed
under the auspices of the International Conference on
Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration
of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH). The MedDRA
Maintenance and Support Services Organization (MSSO)
holds a contract with the International Federation of
Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Associations (IFPMA) to
maintain and support the implementation of the
terminology. (NCI)

A multiaxial, hierarchical classification system for diseases   Systematized
in man developed by the College of American Pathologists.       Nomenclature of
(NCI)                                                           Medicine
A terminology implemented by the World Health                   World Health
Organization to describe adverse reactions to a prescribed      Organization Adverse
medication or treatment regimen. (NCI)                          Reaction Terminology
A reference source of drugs and drug associated                 World Health
information maintained by the World Health Organization.        Organization Drug
(NCI)                                                           Dictionary
Indicates a task, process or examination that has either not    CDISC SDTM Not Done
been initiated or completed. (NCI)                              Terminology
Indicates a task, process or examination that has either not    Not Done
been initiated or completed. (NCI)
A social group characterized by a distinctive social and        CDISC SDTM Patient
cultural tradition maintained from generation to generation,    Ethnic Group
a common history and origin and a sense of identification       Terminology
with the group; members of the group have distinctive
features in their way of life, shared experiences and often a
common genetic heritage; these features may be reflected
in their experience of health and disease. (NCI)

A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or            Hispanic or Latino
South American or other Spanish culture or origin,
regardless of race. (NCI)
A person not of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or           Not Hispanic or Latino
Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin,
regardless of race. An arbitrary ethnic classification. (NCI)

Not provided or available                                        Not Stated
Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)         Unknown

The form of the completed pharmaceutical product, e.g.           CDISC SDTM
tablet, capsule, injection, elixir, suppository. Dosage form     Pharmaceutical Dosage
can have a significant effect on the onset, duration and         Form Terminology
intensity of the pharmacological action of a drug. A
pharmaceutical dosage form controls the rate at which the
drug is released into the biological fluids. This release rate
affects its intrinsic absorption pattern and therefore, the
bioavailability of the drug.
A product that is packaged under pressure and contains           Aerosol Dosage Form
therapeutically active ingredients that are released upon
activation of an appropriate valve system; it is intended for
topical application to the skin as well as local application
into the nose (nasal aerosols), mouth (lingual aerosols), or
lungs (inhalation aerosols). (FDA)

A dosage form containing one or more active ingredients, Aerosol Foam Dosage
surfactants, aqueous or non-aqueous liquids, and the            Form
propellants; if the propellant is in the internal
(discontinuous) phase (i.e., of the oil-in-water type), a
stable foam is discharged, and if the propellant is in the
external (continuous) phase (i.e., of the water-in-oil type), a
spray or a quick-breaking foam is discharged. (FDA)

A pressurized dosage form consisting of metered dose             Metered Aerosol
valves which allow for the delivery of a uniform quantity of     Dosage Form
spray upon each activation. (NCI)
A product that is packaged under pressure and contains           Powder Aerosol Dosage
therapeutically active ingredients, in the form of a powder,     Form
that are released upon activation of an appropriate valve
system. (NCI)
An aerosol product which utilizes a compressed gas as the        Aerosol Spray Dosage
propellant to provide the force necessary to expel the           Form
product as a wet spray; it is applicable to solutions of
medicinal agents in aqueous solvents. (NCI)
A solid dosage form usually in the form of a rectangle that      Chewable Bar Dosage
is meant to be chewed. (NCI)                                     Form
A solid dosage form in the shape of a small ball. (NCI)          Bead Dosage Form

A small sterile solid mass consisting of a highly purified Extended Release Bead
drug intended for implantation in the body which would     Implant Dosage Form
allow at least a reduction in dosing frequency as compared
to that drug presented as a conventional dosage form.
(NCI)
Solid dosage form, usually in the shape of a square or     Block Dosage Form
rectangle. (NCI)
A solid pharmaceutical dosage form that contains                Capsule Dosage Form
medicinal agent within either a hard or soft soluble
container or shell, usually used for the oral administration
of medicine. The shells are made of a suitable form of
gelatin or other substance. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Coated Capsule Dosage
either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from    Form
a suitable form of gelatin; additionally, the capsule is
covered in a designated coating. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Coated Pellets in
either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from    Capsule Dosage Form
a suitable form of gelatin; the drug itself is in the form of
granules to which varying amounts of coating have been
applied. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Extended Release
either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from    Coated Capsule Dosage
a suitable form of gelatin; additionally, the capsule is        Form
covered in a designated coating, and which releases a drug
(or drugs) in such a manner to allow at least a reduction in
dosing frequency as compared to that drug (or drugs)
presented as a conventional dosage form. (NCI)

A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within     Delayed Release
either a hard or soft soluble container made from a suitable Capsule Dosage Form
form of gelatin, and which releases a drug (or drugs) at a
time other than promptly after administration. Enteric-
coated articles are delayed release dosage forms. (NCI)

A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Delayed Release Pellets
either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from    in Capsule Dosage
a suitable form of gelatin; the drug itself is in the form of   Form
granules to which enteric coating has been applied, thus
delaying release of the drug until its passage into the
intestines. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Extended Release
either a hard or soft soluble container made from a suitable    Capsule Dosage Form
form of gelatin, and which releases a drug (or drugs) in
such a manner to allow a reduction in dosing frequency as
compared to that drug (or drugs) presented as a
conventional dosage form. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within        Extended Release Film
either a hard or soft soluble container or "shell" made from    Coated Capsule Dosage
a suitable form of gelatin; additionally, the capsule is        Form
covered in a designated film coating, and which releases a
drug (or drugs) in such a manner to allow at least a
reduction in dosing frequency as compared to that drug (or
drugs) presented as a conventional dosage form. (NCI)

A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within     Gelatin Coated Capsule
either a hard or soft soluble container made from a suitable Dosage Form
form of gelatin; through a banding process, the capsule is
coated with additional layers of gelatin so as to form a
complete seal. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug is enclosed within a        Liquid Filled Capsule
soluble, gelatin shell which is plasticized by the addition of    Dosage Form
a polyol, such as sorbitol or glycerin, and is therefore of a
somewhat thicker consistency than that of a hard shell
capsule; typically, the active ingredients are dissolved or
suspended in a liquid vehicle. (NCI)

A substance that serves to produce solid union between            Cement Dosage Form
two surfaces. (NCI)
A narrow tube filled with material that is capable to burn        Cigarette Dosage Form
with release of therapeutically-active substance(s) during
the process of smoking. Cigarette is a very efficient drug-
delivery inhaler system for fast-acting substances.(FDA)

A large piece of relatively flat, absorbent material that         Cloth Dosage Form
contains a drug. It is typically used for applying medication
or for cleansing. (FDA)
A liquid preparation of increased strength and reduced            Concentrate Dosage
volume which is usually diluted prior to administration.          Form
(NCI)
A solid dosage form bounded by a circular base and the            Cone Dosage Form
surface formed by line segments joining every point of the
boundary of the base to a common vertex. A cone (usually
containing antibiotics) is normally placed below the gingiva
after a dental extraction. (NCI)
An ocular system placed in the eye from which the drug            Extended Release Core
diffuses through a membrane at a constant rate over a             Dosage Form
specified period. (NCI)
A semisolid emulsion of either the oil-in-water or the water-     Cream Dosage Form
in-oil type, ordinarily intended for topical use. (NCI)

A cream dosage form that enhances drug delivery.                  Augmented Cream
Augmentation does not refer to the strength of the drug in        Dosage Form
the dosage form. NOTE: CDER has decided to refrain from
expanding the use of this dosage form due to difficulties in
setting specific criteria that must be met to be considered
augmented. (FDA)
A naturally produced angular solid of definite form in which      Crystal Dosage Form
the ultimate units from which it is built up are systematically
arranged; they are usually evenly spaced on a regular
space lattice.
The propagation of microorganisms or of living tissue cells       Culture Dosage Form
in special media conducive to their growth. (NCI)
A device usually dome-shaped, worn during copulation              Diaphragm Dosage
over the cervical mouth for prevention of conception or           Form
infection. (NCI)
A circular plate-like organ or structure. (FDA)                   Disc Dosage Form

A liquid preparation, intended for the irrigative cleansing of Douche Dosage Form
the vagina, that is prepared from powders, liquid solutions,
or liquid concentrates and contains one or more chemical
substances dissolved in a suitable solvent or mutually
miscible solvents. (NCI)
The application of various materials for protecting a          Dressing Dosage Form
wound.(FDA)
Modern technology, distributed with or as a part of a drug Drug Delivery System
product that allows for the uniform release or targeting of
drugs to the body. (FDA)
A clear, pleasantly flavored, sweetened hydroalcoholic       Elixir Dosage Form
liquid containing dissolved medicinal agents; it is intended
for oral use. (NCI)
A dosage form consisting of a two-phase system               Emulsion Dosage Form
comprised of at least two immiscible liquids (1), one of
which is dispersed as droplets (internal or dispersed phase)
within the other liquid (external or continuous phase),
generally stabilized with one or more emulsifying agents.
Note 1: A liquid is pourable; it flows and conforms to its
container at room temperature. It displays Newtonian or
pseudoplastic flow behavior. Note 2: Emulsion is used as a
dosage form term unless a more specific term is
applicable, e.g. cream, lotion, ointment. (NCI)

A rectal preparation for therapeutic, diagnostic, or nutritive   Enema Dosage Form
purposes. (NCI)
A concentrated preparation of vegetable or animal drugs          Extract Dosage Form
obtained by removal of the active constituents of the
respective drugs with a suitable menstrua, evaporation of
all or nearly all of the solvent, and adjustment of the
residual masses or powders to the prescribed standards.
(NCI)
A slender and elongated solid thread-like substance that         Extended Release Fiber
delivers drug in such a manner to allow a reduction in           Dosage Form
dosing frequency as compared to that drug (or drugs)
presented as a conventional dosage form. (FDA)
A thin layer or coating. (NCI)                                   Film Dosage Form

A drug delivery system in the form of a film that releases       Extended Release Film
the drug over an extended period in such a way as to             Dosage Form
maintain constant drug levels in the blood or target tissue.
(NCI)
A thin layer or coating which is susceptible to being            Soluble Film Dosage
dissolved when in contact with a liquid. (NCI)                   Form
A product, usually a solid, intended for solution prior to       Dosage Form For
administration. (FDA)                                            Solution
A product, usually a solid, intended for suspension prior to     Dosage Form For
administration. (FDA)                                            Suspension
A product, usually a solid, intended for suspension prior to     Extended Release
administration; once the suspension is administered, the         Dosage Form For
drug will be released at a constant rate over a specified        Suspension
period. (FDA)
Any elastic aeriform fluid in which the molecules are            Gas Dosage Form
separated from one another and have free paths. (NCI)
A semisolid (1) dosage form that contains a gelling agent to Gel Dosage Form
provide stiffness to a solution or a colloidal dispersion (2). A
gel may contain suspended particles. Note 1: A semisolid is
not pourable; it does not flow or conform to its container at
room temperature. It does not flow at low shear stress and
generally exhibits plastic flow behavior. Note 2: A colloidal
dispersion is a system in which particles of colloidal
dimension (i.e., typically between 1 nm and 1 micrometer)
are distributed uniformly throughout a liquid. (NCI)

A combination of a dentifrice (formulation intended to clean Dentifrice Gel Dosage
and/or polish the teeth, and which may contain certain       Form
additional agents), and a gel. It is used with a toothbrush
for the purpose of cleaning and polishing the teeth. (NCI)

A gel preparation, with metered dose valves, which allow       Metered Gel Dosage
for the delivery of a uniform quantity of gel upon each        Form
activation. (FDA)
An apparatus for the formation of vapor or gas from a liquid   Generator Dosage Form
or solid by heat or chemical action. The term GENERATOR
also applies to radioactive columns from which
radionuclides are provided. (NCI)
Also called pellets or pilules, are made of pure sucrose,      Globule Dosage Form
lactose, or other polysaccharides. They are formed into
small globular masses of various sizes, and are medicated
by placing them in a vial and adding the liquid drug
attenuation in the proportion not less than one percent
(v/w). After shaking, the medicated globules are dried at
temperatures not to exceed 40 degrees Centigrade. (NCI)

A slip of skin or of other tissue for implantation. (NCI)      Graft Dosage Form

A small particle or grain. (NCI)                               Granule Dosage Form

A small medicinal particle or grain to which an enteric or     Delayed Release
other coating has been applied, thus delaying release of       Granule Dosage Form
the drug until its passage into the intestines. (NCI)

A small particle or grain containing a medicinal agent in a    Effervescent Granule
dry mixture usually composed of sodium bicarbonate, citric     Dosage Form
acid, and tartaric acid which, when in contact with water,
has the capability to release gas, resulting in
effervescence. (NCI)
A small medicinal particle or grain made available in its      Granule For Solution
more stable dry form, to be reconstituted with solvent just    Dosage Form
before dispensing; the granules are so prepared to contain
not only the medicinal agent, but the colorants, flavorants,
and any other desired pharmaceutic ingredient. (NCI)

A small medicinal particle or grain made available in its    Granule For Suspension
more stable dry form, to be reconstituted with solvent just Dosage Form
before dispensing to form a suspension; the granules are
so prepared to contain not only the medicinal agent, but the
colorants, flavorants, and any other desired pharmaceutic
ingredient. (NCI)
A small medicinal particle or grain made available in its        Extended Release
more stable dry form, to be reconstituted with solvent just      Granule For Suspension
before dispensing to form a suspension; the extended             Dosage Form
release system achieves slow release of the drug over an
extended period of time and maintains constant drug levels
in the blood or target tissue. (NCI)
A mucilaginous excretion from various plants. (NCI)              Gum Dosage Form

A sweetened and flavored insoluble plastic material of           Chewing Gum Dosage
various shapes which when chewed, releases a drug                Form
substance into the oral cavity. (NCI)
Natural mixture of gum and resin, usually obtained as            Resin Gum Dosage
exudations from plants. (NCI)                                    Form
A material containing drug intended to be inserted securely      Implant Dosage Form
and deeply in a living site for growth, slow release, or
formation of an organic union. (NCI)
A special class of inhalations consisting of a drug or           Inhalant Dosage Form
combination of drugs, that by virtue of their high vapor
pressure, can be carried by an air current into the nasal
passage where they exert their effect; the container from
which the inhalant generally is administered is known as an
inhaler. (NCI)
An injection, which either consists of or forms liposomes (a     Liposomal Injection
lipid bilayer vesicle usually composed of phospholipids          Dosage Form
which is used to encapsulate an active drug substance).
(FDA)
A sterile preparation intended for parenteral use; five          Injectable Dosage Form
distinct classes of injections exist as defined by the USP.
(NCI)
An emulsion consisting of a sterile, pyrogen-free                Emulsion for Injection
preparation intended to be administered parenterally.(FDA)       Dosage Form

[definition pending](FDA)                                        Injectable Lipid Complex
                                                                 Dosage Form
A sterile preparation intended for reconstitution to form a      Powder For Injectable
solution for parenteral use. (NCI)                               Solution Dosage Form
A sterile preparation intended for reconstitution to form a      Powder For Injectable
suspension for parenteral use. (NCI)                             Suspension Dosage
                                                                 Form
A dried preparation intended for reconstitution to form a        Powder For Injectable
suspension for parenteral use which has been formulated          Extended Release
in a manner to allow at least a reduction in dosing              Suspension Dosage
frequency as compared to that drug presented as a                Form
conventional dosage form (e.g., as a solution).(FDA)

A sterile freeze dried preparation intended for reconstitution   Lyophilized Powder For
for parenteral use which has been formulated in a manner         Injectable Liposomal
that would allow liposomes (a lipid bilayer vesicle usually      Suspension Dosage
composed of phospholipids which is used to encapsulate           Form
an active drug substance, either within a lipid bilayer or in
an aqueous space) to be formed upon reconstitution. (NCI)
A dosage form intended for the solution prepared by            Lyophilized Powder For
lyophilization ('freeze drying'), a process which involves the Injectable Solution
removal of water from products in the frozen state at          Dosage Form
extremely low pressures; this is intended for subsequent
addition of liquid to create a solution that conforms in all
respects to the requirements for Injections. (NCI)

A liquid preparation, intended for parenteral use, that           Lyophilized Powder For
contains solids suspended in a suitable fluid medium and          Injectable Suspension
conforms in all respects to the requirements for Sterile          Dosage Form
Suspensions; the medicinal agents intended for the
suspension are prepared by lyophilization ("freeze drying"),
a process which involves the removal of water from
products in the frozen state at extremely low pressures.
(NCI)
A sterile freeze dried preparation intended for reconstitution    Lyophilized Powder For
for parenteral use which has been formulated in a manner          Extended Release
to allow at least a reduction in dosing frequency as              Injectable Suspension
compared to that drug presented as a conventional dosage          Dosage Form
form (e.g., as a solution). (NCI)

A liquid preparation containing one or more drug                  Injectable Solution
substances dissolved in a suitable solvent or mixture of          Dosage Form
mutually miscible solvents that is suitable for injection.
(NCI)
A sterile preparation for parenteral use which, upon the          Concentrate for
addition of suitable solvents, yields a solution conforming in    Injectable Solution
all respects to the requirements for Injections. (NCI)            Dosage Form

A liquid preparation, suitable for injection, which consists of   Injectable Suspension
solid particles dispersed throughout a liquid phase in which      Dosage Form
the particles are not soluble. It can also consist of an oil
phase dispersed throughout an aqueous phase, or vice-
versa. (NCI)
A sterile preparation intended for parenteral use which has       Injectable Extended
been formulated in a manner to allow at least a reduction in      Release Suspension
dosing frequency as compared to that drug presented as a          Dosage Form
conventional dosage form (e.g., as a solution or a prompt
drug-releasing, conventional solid dosage form). (NCI)

A liquid parenteral pharmaceutical dosage form structured Injectable Liposomal
as a multilamellar composition of concentric phospholipid Suspension Dosage
spheres that encapsulate the drug (drug delivery systems) Form
separated by layers of water. Drug release is facilitated and
controlled by in vivo erosion of the liposomes. To further
increase the in vivo circulation time, liposomes in some
preparations are covalently derivatized with PEG to
produce PEGylated or stealth liposomes. Covalent
attachment of drugs to the outer surface of liposomes can
potentially serve as a delayed-release product. (NCI)
A liquid preparation, suitable for injection, which consists of   Injectable Sonicated
solid particles dispersed throughout a liquid phase in which      Suspension Dosage
the particles are not soluble. In addition, the product is        Form
sonicated while a gas is bubbled through the suspension,
and this results in the formation of microspheres by the
solid particles. (NCI)
A specially formulated and shaped non-encapsulated solid          Insert Dosage Form
preparation intended to be placed into a non-rectal orifice
of the body, where drug is released, generally for localized
effects. (FDA)
A specially formulated and shaped solid preparation (e.g.,        Extended Release Insert
ring, tablet, or stick) intended to be placed in the vagina by    Dosage Form
special inserters, where the medication is released,
generally for localized effects; the extended release
preparation is designed to allow a reduction in dosing
frequency. (NCI)
A device inserted and left in the uterus to prevent effective     Intrauterine Device
conception. (NCI)                                                 Dosage Form
A sterile solution intended to bathe or flush open wounds or      Irrigant Dosage Form
body cavities; they're used topically, never parenterally.
(NCI)
A class of gels--semisolid systems which consist of               Jelly Dosage Form
suspensions made up of either small inorganic particles or
large organic molecules interpenetrated by a liquid--in
which the structural coherent matrix contains a high portion
of liquid, usually water. (NCI)
A packaged collection of related material. (NCI)                  Kit Dosage Form

A material applied to the inside of the dental cavity, for        Dental Liner Dosage
protection or insulation of the surface.(FDA)                     Form
A solution or mixture of various substances in oil, alcoholic     Liniment Dosage Form
solutions of soap, or emulsions intended for external
application. (NCI)
A waxy solid, usually colored cosmetic, in stick form for the     Lipstick Dosage Form
lips. (NCI)
A dosage form consisting of a pure chemical in its liquid         Liquid Dosage Form
state. This dosage form term should not be applied to
solutions. Note: A liquid is pourable; it flows and conforms
to its container at room temperature. It displays Newtonian
or pseudoplastic flow behavior.(FDA)

A liquid that delivers a drug in such a manner to allow a  Extended Release
reduction in dosing frequency as compared to that drug (or Liquid Dosage Form
drugs) presented as a conventional dosage form. (FDA)

An emulsion, liquid (1) dosage form. This dosage form is       Lotion Dosage Form
generally for external application to the skin (2). Note 1: A
liquid is pourable; it flows and conforms to its container at
room temperature. It displays Newtonian or pseudoplastic
flow behavior. Note 2: Previously the definition of a lotion
was: The term lotion has been used to categorize many
topical suspensions, solutions, and emulsions intended for
application to the skin. The current definition of a lotion is
restricted to an emulsion. (FDA)
A lotion dosage form that enhances drug delivery.             Augmented Lotion
Augmentation does not refer to the strength of the drug in Dosage Form
the dosage form. NOTE: CDER has decided to refrain from
expanding the use of this dosage form due to difficulties in
setting specific criteria that must be met to be considered
augmented. (FDA)
A lotion dosage form which has a soap or detergent that is Lotion Shampoo
usually used to clean the hair and scalp; it is often used as Dosage Form
a vehicle for dermatologic agents. (FDA)
A solid preparation containing one or more medicaments, Lozenge Dosage Form
usually in a flavored, sweetened base which is intended to
dissolve or disintegrate slowly in the mouth. A lollipop is a
lozenge on a stick.(FDA)
An aqueous solution which is most often used for its          Mouthwash Dosage
deodorant, refreshing, or antiseptic effect. (NCI)            Form
The use of a dosage form term is not relevant or              Dosage Form Not
appropriate. (NCI)                                            Applicable
An unctuous, combustible substance which is liquid, or        Oil Dosage Form
easily liquefiable, on warming, and is soluble in ether but
insoluble in water. Such substances, depending on their
origin, are classified as animal, mineral, or vegetable oils.
(NCI)
A suspension or emulsion, semisolid (1) dosage form,          Ointment Dosage Form
usually containing < 20% water and volatiles (2) and > 50%
hydrocarbons, waxes, or polyols as the vehicle. This
dosage form is generally for external application to the skin
or mucous membranes. Note 1: A semisolid is not
pourable; it does not flow or conform to its container at
room temperature. It does not flow at low shear stress and
generally exhibits plastic flow behavior. Note 2: Percent
water and volatiles are measured by a loss on drying test in
which the sample is heated at 105 degrees C until constant
weight is achieved. (NCI)
An ointment dosage form that enhances drug delivery.          Augmented Ointment
Augmentation does not refer to the strength of the drug in Dosage Form
the dosage form. NOTE: CDER has decided to refrain from
expanding the use of this dosage form due to difficulties in
setting specific criteria that must be met to be considered
augmented. (FDA)
A material, usually covered by or impregnated with a drug, Packing Dosage Form
that is inserted into a body cavity or between the tooth
enamel and the gingival margin.(FDA)
A semisolid dosage form, containing a large proportion (20 - Paste Dosage Form
50%) of solids finely dispersed in a fatty vehicle. This
dosage form is generally for external application to the skin
or mucous membranes. Note: A semisolid is not pourable;
it does not flow or conform to its container at room
temperature. It does not flow at low shear stress and
generally exhibits plastic flow behavior. (NCI)

A paste formulation intended to clean and/or polish the   Dentifrice Paste Dosage
teeth, and which may contain certain additional agents.   Form
(NCI)
An aromatic preparation, often with a pleasing flavor,    Pastille Dosage Form
usually intended to dissolve in the mouth. (FDA)
A drug delivery system that often contains an adhesive         Patch Dosage Form
backing that is usually applied to an external site on the
body. Its ingredients either passively diffuse from, or are
actively transported from, some portion of the patch.
Depending upon the patch, the ingredients are either
delivered to the outer surface of the body or into the body.
A patch is sometimes synonymous with the terms
Extended Release Film and System. (NCI)
A drug delivery system in the form of a patch that releases Extended Release
the drug in such a manner that a reduction in dosing           Patch Dosage Form
frequency compared to that drug presented as a
conventional dosage form (e.g., a solution or a prompt drug-
releasing, conventional solid dosage form). (NCI)
A drug delivery system in the form of a patch which is         Electrically Controlled
controlled by an electric current that releases the drug in    Extended Release
such a manner that a reduction in dosing frequency             Patch Dosage Form
compared to that drug presented as a conventional dosage
form (e.g., a solution or a prompt drug-releasing,
conventional solid dosage form). (NCI)
A small sterile solid mass consisting of a highly purified     Pellet Dosage Form
drug (with or without excipients) made by the formation of
granules, or by compression and molding. (NCI)
A small sterile solid mass consisting of a highly purified     Implantable Pellet
drug (with or without excipients) made by the formation of Dosage Form
granules, or by compression and molding; they are
intended for implantation in the body (usually
subcutaneously) for the purpose of providing continuous
release of the drug over long periods of time. (NCI)
A solid dosage form in which the drug itself is in the form of Extended Release
granules to which varying amounts of coating have been         Coated Pellets Dosage
applied, and which releases a drug (or drugs) in such a        Form
manner to allow a reduction in dosing frequency as
compared to that drug (or drugs) presented as a
conventional dosage form. (NCI)
A dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet. (NCI)        Pill Dosage Form

Substance intended for external application made of such        Plaster Dosage Form
materials and of such consistency as to adhere to the skin
and attach to a dressing; plasters are intended to afford
protection and support and/or to furnish an occlusion and
macerating action and to bring medication into close
contact with the skin. (NCI)
A soft, moist mass of meal, herbs, seed, etc., usually          Poultice Dosage Form
applied hot in cloth that consists of gruel-like consistency.
(NCI)
An intimate mixture of dry, finely divided drugs and/or         Powder Dosage Form
chemicals that may be intended for internal or external use.
(NCI)
A powder formulation intended to clean and/or polish the        Dentifrice Powder
teeth, and which may contain certain additional agents.         Dosage Form
(NCI)
An intimate mixture of dry, finely divided drugs and/or         Powder for Solution
chemicals, which, upon the addition of suitable vehicles,       Dosage Form
yields a solution. (NCI)
An intimate mixture of dry, finely divided drugs and/or           Powder for Suspension
chemicals, which, upon the addition of suitable vehicles,         Dosage Form
yields a suspension (a liquid preparation containing the
solid particles dispersed in the liquid vehicle). (NCI)

A powder dosage form that is situated inside a container    Metered Powder
that has a mechanism to deliver a specified quantity. (NCI) Dosage Form

A small circular object with a vacant circular center that is     Ring Dosage Form
usually intended to be placed in the body by special
inserters, where the medication is released, generally for
localized effects. (FDA)
A liquid used to cleanse by flushing. (NCI)                       Rinse Dosage Form

A thick ointment or cerate (a fat or wax based preparation        Salve Dosage Form
with a consistency between an ointment and a plaster).
(NCI)
A liquid soap or detergent used to clean the hair and scalp       Shampoo Dosage Form
and is often used as a vehicle for dermatologic agents.
(NCI)
A liquid soap or detergent containing one or more solid,          Shampoo Suspension
insoluble substances dispersed in a liquid vehicle that is        Dosage Form
used to clean the hair and scalp and is often used as a
vehicle for dermatologic agents. (NCI)
Any compound of one or more fatty acids, or their                 Soap Dosage Form
equivalents, with an alkali; soap is detergent and is much
employed in liniments, enemas, and in making pills. It is
also a mild aperient, antacid and antiseptic. (NCI)

A clear, homogeneous liquid dosage form that contains             Solution Dosage Form
one or more chemical substances dissolved in a solvent or
mixture of mutually miscible solvents. Note: A liquid is
pourable; it flows and conforms to its container at room
temperature. It displays Newtonian or pseudoplastic flow
behavior. (NCI)
A liquid preparation (i.e., a substance that flows readily in     Concentrate for Solution
its natural state) that contains a drug dissolved in a suitable   Dosage Form
solvent or mixture of mutually miscible solvents; the drug
has been strengthened by the evaporation of its non-active
parts. (NCI)
A solution for the preparation of an iced saline slush, which     Solution For Slush
is administered by irrigation and used to induce regional         Dosage Form
hypothermia (in conditions such as certain open heart and
kidney surgical procedures) by its direct application. (NCI)

A solution, which after usually being administered in a drop-     Gel Forming Drops
wise fashion, forms a gel. (FDA)                                  Solution Dosage Form
A solution that forms a gel when it comes in contact with         Extended Release Gel
ocular fluid, and which allows at least a reduction in dosing     Forming Solution
frequency                                                         Dosage Form
A solution which is usually administered in a drop-wise           Drops Solution Dosage
fashion. (FDA)                                                    Form
A porous, interlacing, absorbent material that contains a           Sponge Dosage Form
drug. It is typically used for applying or introducing
medication, or for cleansing. A sponge usually retains its
shape.(FDA)
A liquid minutely divided as by a jet of air or steam. (NCI)        Spray Dosage Form

A non-pressurized dosage form consisting of valves which            Metered Spray Dosage
allow the dispensing of a specified quantity of spray upon          Form
each activation. (NCI)
A liquid preparation containing solid particles dispersed in a      Spray Suspension
liquid vehicle and in the form of coarse droplets or as finely      Dosage Form
divided solids to be applied locally, most usually to the
nasal-pharyngeal tract, or topically to the skin. (NCI)

A dosage form prepared in a relatively long and slender             Stick Dosage Form
often cylindrical form. (NCI)
A long narrow piece of material.                                    Strip Dosage Form

A solid body of various weights and shapes, adapted for             Suppository Dosage
introduction into the rectal, vaginal, or urethral orifice of the   Form
human body; they usually melt, soften, or dissolve at body
temperature. (NCI)
A drug delivery system in the form of a suppository that      Extended Release
allows at least a reduction in dosing frequency. (NCI)        Suppository Dosage
                                                              Form
A liquid dosage form that contains solid particles dispersed Suspension Dosage
in a liquid vehicle. Note: A liquid is pourable; it flows and Form
conforms to its container at room temperature. It displays
Newtonian or pseudoplastic flow behavior.(FDA)

A liquid preparation consisting of solid particles dispersed Extended Release
throughout a liquid phase in which the particles are not     Suspension Dosage
soluble; the suspension has been formulated in a manner Form
to allow at least a reduction in dosing frequency as
compared to that drug presented as a conventional dosage
form (e.g., as a solution or a prompt drug-releasing,
conventional solid dosage form). (NCI)

A suspension which is usually administered in a dropwise            Drops Suspension
fashion. (FDA)                                                      Dosage Form
A strand or fiber used to hold wound edges in apposition            Suture Dosage Form
during healing. (NCI)
A small piece of relatively flat absorbent material that            Swab Dosage Form
contains a drug. A swab may also be attached to one end
of a small stick. A swab is typically used for applying
medication or for cleansing. (NCI)
An oral solution containing high concentrations of sucrose          Syrup Dosage Form
or other sugars; the term has also been used to include any
other liquid dosage form prepared in a sweet and viscid
vehicle, including oral suspensions. (NCI)

A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances with            Tablet Dosage Form
or without suitable diluents. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances with        Chewable Tablet
or without suitable diluents that is intended to be chewed,     Dosage Form
producing a pleasant tasting residue in the oral cavity that
is easily swallowed and does not leave a bitter or
unpleasant after-taste. (NCI)
A solid dosage form that contains medicinal substances          Coated Tablet Dosage
with or without suitable diluents and is covered with a         Form
designated coating. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing a conglomerate of                Tablet Coated Particles
medicinal particles that have each been covered with a          Dosage Form
coating. (FDA)
A solid dosage form which releases a drug (or drugs) at a       Delayed Release Tablet
time other than promptly after administration. Enteric-         Dosage Form
coated articles are delayed release dosage forms. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing a conglomerate of                Delayed Release
medicinal particles that have been covered with a coating       Particles Tablet Dosage
which releases a drug (or drugs) at a time other than           Form
promptly after administration. Enteric-coated articles are
delayed release dosage forms. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing mixtures of acids (e.g.,         Effervescent Tablet
citric acid, tartaric acid) and sodium bicarbonate, which       Dosage Form
release carbon dioxide when dissolved in water; it is
intended to be dissolved or dispersed in water before
administration.(FDA)
A solid dosage form containing a drug which allows at least     Extended Release
a reduction in dosing frequency as compared to that drug        Tablet Dosage Form
presented in conventional dosage form. (NCI)
A solid dosage form that contains medicinal substances          Film Coated Tablet
with or without suitable diluents and is coated with a thin     Dosage Form
layer of a water-insoluble or water-soluble polymer. (NCI)

A solid dosage form that contains medicinal substances          Film Coated Extended
with or without suitable diluents and is coated with a thin     Release Tablet Dosage
layer of a water-insoluble or water-soluble polymer; the        Form
tablet is formulated in such manner as to make the
contained medicament available over an extended period
of time following ingestion. (NCI)

A tablet that forms a solution when placed in a liquid. (FDA) Tablet For Solution
                                                              Dosage Form
A tablet that forms a suspension when placed in a liquid      Tablet For Suspension
(formerly referred to as a Dispersible Tablet).               Dosage Form

A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances that        Multilayered Tablet
have been compressed to form a multiple-layered tablet or       Dosage Form
a tablet-within-a-tablet, the inner tablet being the core and
the outer portion being the shell. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances that        Multilayered Extended
have been compressed to form a multiple-layered tablet or       Release Tablet Dosage
a tablet-within-a-tablet, the inner tablet being the core and   Form
the outer portion being the shell, which, additionally, is
covered in a designated coating; the tablet is formulated in
such manner as to allow at least a reduction in dosing
frequency as compared to that drug presented as a
conventional dosage form. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances              Orally Disintegrating
which disintegrates rapidly, usually within a matter of          Tablet Dosage Form
seconds, when placed upon the tongue. (NCI)
A solid dosage form containing medicinal substances              Tablet Orally
which disintegrates rapidly, usually within a matter of          Disintegrating Delayed
seconds, when placed upon the tongue, but which releases         Release Dosage Form
a drug (or drugs) at a time other than promptly after
administration. (FDA)
A solid dosage form that contains medicinal substances           Soluble Tablet Dosage
with or without suitable diluents and possesses the ability to   Form
dissolve in fluids. (NCI)
A solid dosage form that contains medicinal substances           Sugar Coated Tablet
with or without suitable diluents and is coated with a           Dosage Form
colored or an uncolored water-soluble sugar. (NCI)

A plug made of cotton, sponge, or oakum variously used in Tampon Dosage Form
surgery to plug the nose, vagina, etc., for the control of
hemorrhage or the absorption of secretions. (NCI)

A narrow woven fabric, or a narrow extruded synthetic            Tape Dosage Form
(such as plastic), usually with an adhesive on one or both
sides. (NCI)
An alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution prepared from            Tincture Dosage Form
vegetable materials or from chemical substances. (NCI)
A discoid-shaped solid containing the medicinal agent in a       Troche Dosage Form
suitably flavored base; troches are placed in the mouth
where they slowly dissolve, liberating the active ingredients.
(NCI)
A dosage form has yet to be assigned. (NCI)                      Unassigned Dosage
                                                                 Form
A thin slice of material containing a medicinal agent. (NCI)     Wafer Dosage Form

The status of the subject's completion of the study or a         CDISC SDTM Reason
segment of the study, or the reason the subject                  for Non-Completion
discontinued the study or segment of the study.                  Terminology
Any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical    Adverse Event
investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical
product and which does not necessarily have a causal
relationship with this treatment. An adverse event (AE) can
therefore be any unintended sign (including an abnormal
laboratory finding), symptom, or disease temporally
associated with the use of a medicinal (investigational)
product, whether or not related to the medicinal
(investigational) product. NOTE: For further information,
see the ICH Guideline for Clinical Safety Data
Management: Definitions and Standards for Expedited
Reporting. [Modified from ICH E2A] Synonyms: side effect,
adverse experience. See also serious adverse event,
serious adverse experience. (CDISC glossary)

To possess every necessary or normal part or component           Complete
or step; having come or been brought to a conclusion.
(NCI)
The absence of life or state of being dead. (NCI)              Death

The lack of expected or desired effect related to a therapy. Lack of Efficacy
(NCI)
The loss or lack of continuation of a subject to follow-up.  Lost To Follow-up

An indication that a subject has not agreed with or followed Non-Compliance With
the instructions related to the study medication. (NCI)      Study Drug

Different than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned. Other
(NCI)
A position, opinion or judgment reached after consideration Physician Decision
by a physician with reference to subject. (NCI)

Pregnancy is the state or condition of having a developing     Pregnancy
embryo or fetus in the body (uterus), after union of an ovum
and spermatozoon, during the period from conception to
birth. (NCI)
A disease process that is increasing in scope or severity.     Progressive Disease
(NCI)
An event or decision that stands in contrast to the            Protocol Violation
guidelines set out by the protocol. (NCI)
A healing process and/or an outcome implying relative          Recovery
health. The term is typically used in the context of direct
and indirect effects of sickness or injury. (NCI)
The potential subject who does not meet one or more            Trial Screen Failure
criteria required for participation in a trial.
An indication that a clinical study was stopped by its         Study Terminated By
sponsor. (NCI)                                                 Sponsor
A problem with some technical aspect of a clinical study,      Technical Problem
usually related to an instrument. (NCI)
An indication that a study participant has removed itself      Withdrawal by Subject
from the study. (NCI)
The name of a code list that contains terms that reference   CDISC SDTM Relation
timepoints within and without a defined time period.         to Reference Period
                                                             Terminology
The time period following a point or another period of time. Status Post
(NCI)
Earlier in time or order. (NCI)                              Prior

At some point in a given period of time. (NCI)                 During

Within a certain period of time or after a certain point or    During Or After
period in time. (NCI)
Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)       Unknown

The course by which a substance was administered in            CDISC SDTM Route of
order to reach the site of action in the body.                 Administration
                                                               Terminology
Administration to or by way of the ear.(FDA)                   Auricular Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration directed toward the cheek, generally from       Buccal Route of
within the mouth.(FDA)                                         Administration
Administration to the conjunctiva, the delicate membrane     Conjunctival Route of
that lines the eyelids and covers the exposed surface of the Administration
eyeball.(FDA)
Administration to the skin.(FDA)                             Cutaneous Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration to a tooth or teeth.(FDA)                     Dental Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration of through the diffusion of substance         Electro-osmosis Route
through a membrane in an electric field.(FDA)                of Administration
Administration within the canal of the cervix uteri.         Endocervical Route of
Synonymous with the term intracervical.(FDA)                 Administration
Administration within the nasal sinuses of the head.(FDA) Endosinusial Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration directly into the trachea. Synonymous with Endotracheal Route of
the term intratracheal.(FDA)                                 Administration
Administration directly into the intestines.(FDA)            Enteral Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration upon or over the dura mater.(FDA)             Epidural Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration to the outside of the membrane enveloping Extraamniotic Route of
the fetus.(FDA)                                              Administration
Administration outside of the body.(FDA)                     Extracorporeal
                                                             Circulation Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration through hemodialysate fluid.(FDA)             Administration Via
                                                             Hemodialysis
Administration that results in substances passing into       Infiltration Route of
tissue spaces or into cells.(FDA)                            Administration
Administration to or in the interstices of a tissue.(FDA)    Interstitial Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within the abdomen.(FDA)                      Intraabdominal Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within the amnion.(FDA)                       Intraamniotic Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within an artery or arteries.(FDA)            Intraarterial Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within a joint.(FDA)                          Intraarticular Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within the bile, bile ducts or                Intrabiliary Route of
gallbladder.(FDA)                                            Administration
Administration within a bronchus.(FDA)                       Intrabronchial Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within a bursa.(FDA)                          Intrabursal Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within the heart.(FDA)                        Intracardiac Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within a cartilage; endochondral.(FDA)        Intracartilaginous Route
                                                             of Administration

Administration within the cauda equina.(FDA)                 Intracaudal Route of
                                                             Administration
Administration within a pathologic cavity, such as occurs in Intracavernous Route of
the lung in tuberculosis.(FDA)                               Administration
Administration within a non-pathologic cavity, such as that Intracavitary Route of
of the cervix, uterus, or penis, or such as that is formed as Administration
the result of a wound.(FDA)
Administration within the cerebrum.(FDA)                      Intracerebral Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the cisterna magna                      Intracisternal Route of
cerebellomedularis.(FDA)                                      Administration
Administration within the cornea (the transparent structure Intracorneal Route of
forming the anterior part of the fibrous tunic of the         Administration
eye).(FDA)
Administration of a drug within a portion of a tooth which is Intracoronal Dental
covered by enamel and which is separated from the roots Route of Administration
by a slightly constricted region known as the neck.(FDA)

Administration within the coronary arteries.(FDA)               Intracoronary Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the dilatable spaces of the corporus      Intracorporus
cavernosa of the penis.(FDA)                                    Cavernosum Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the dermis.(FDA)                          Intradermal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within a disc.(FDA)                              Intradiscal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the duct of a gland.(FDA)                 Intraductal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the duodenum.(FDA)                        Intraduodenal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within or beneath the dura.(FDA)                 Intradural Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the epidermis.(FDA)                       Intraepidermal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the esophagus.(FDA)                       Intraesophageal Route
                                                                of Administration
Administration within the stomach.(FDA)                         Intragastric Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the gingivae.(FDA)                        Intragingival Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the distal portion of the small           Intraileal Route of
intestine, from the jejunum to the cecum.(FDA)                  Administration
Administration within or introduced directly into a localized   Intralesional Route of
lesion.(FDA)                                                    Administration
Administration within the lumen of a tube.(FDA)                 Intraluminal Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the lymph.(FDA)                           Intralymphatic Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the marrow cavity of a bone.(FDA)         Intramedullary Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the meninges (the three membranes         Intrameningeal Route of
that envelope the brain and spinal cord).(FDA)                  Administration

Administration within a muscle. (FDA)                           Intramuscular Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the eye.(FDA)                             Intraocular Route of
                                                                Administration
Administration within the ovary.(FDA)                         Intraovarian Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the pericardium.(FDA)                   Intrapericardial Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the peritoneal cavity.(FDA)             Intraperitoneal Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the pleura.(FDA)                        Intrapleural Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the prostate gland.(FDA)                Intraprostatic Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the lungs or its bronchi.(FDA)          Intrapulmonary Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the nasal or periorbital sinuses.(FDA) Intrasinal Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the vertebral column.(FDA)              Intraspinal Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the synovial cavity of a joint.(FDA)    Intrasynovial Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within a tendon.(FDA)                          Intratendinous Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the testicle.(FDA)                      Intratesticular Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the cerebrospinal fluid at any level of Intrathecal Route of
the cerebrospinal axis, including injection into the cerebral Administration
ventricles.(FDA)
Administration within the thorax (internal to the ribs);      Endothoracic Route of
synonymous with the term endothoracic.(FDA)                   Administration
Administration within the tubules of an organ.(FDA)           Intratubular Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within a tumor.(FDA)                           Intratumoral Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the auris media.(FDA)                   Intratympanic Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the uterus.(FDA)                        Intrauterine Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within a vessel or vessels.(FDA)               Intravascular Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within or into a vein or veins.(FDA)           Intravenous Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within or into a vein or veins all at          Intravenous Bolus
once.(FDA)
Administration within or into a vein or veins over a          Intravenous Drip
sustained period of time.(FDA)
Administration within a ventricle.(FDA)                       Intraventricular Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the bladder.(FDA)                       Intravesical Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration within the vitreous body of the eye.(FDA)      Intravitreal Route of
                                                              Administration
Administration by means of an electric current where ions Iontophoresis Route of
of soluble salts migrate into the tissues of the body.(FDA) Administration

Administration to bathe or flush open wounds or body          Irrigation-Route of
cavities.(FDA)                                                Administration
Administration directly upon the larynx.(FDA)               Laryngeal Route of
                                                            Administration
Administration to the nose; administered by way of the      Nasal Route of
nose.(FDA)                                                  Administration
Administration through the nose and into the stomach,       Nasogastric Route of
usually by means of a tube.(FDA)                            Administration
Routes of administration are not applicable.(FDA)           Route of Administration
                                                            Not Applicable

Administration by the topical route which is then covered by Occlusive Dressing
a dressing which occludes the area.(FDA)                       Technique
Administration to the external eye.(FDA)                       Ophthalmic Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration to or by way of the mouth.(FDA)                 Oral Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration directly to the mouth and pharynx.(FDA)         Oropharyngeal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration is different from others on this list.(FDA)     Other Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration by injection, infusion, or implantation.(FDA) Parenteral Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration through the skin.(FDA)                          Percutaneous Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration around a joint.(FDA)                            Periarticular Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration to the outside of the dura mater of the spinal Peridural Route of
cord.(FDA)                                                     Administration
Administration surrounding a nerve or nerves.(FDA)             Perineural Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration around a tooth.(FDA)                            Periodontal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration to the rectum.(FDA)                             Rectal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration within the respiratory tract by inhaling orally Inhalation Route of
or nasally for local or systemic effect.(FDA)                  Administration
Administration behind the pons or behind the eyeball.(FDA) Retrobulbar Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration into any soft tissue.(FDA)                      Soft Tissue Route Of
                                                               Administration
Administration beneath the arachnoid.(FDA)                     Subarachnoid Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration beneath the conjunctiva.(FDA)                   Subconjunctival Route
                                                               of Administration
Administration beneath the skin; hypodermic. Synonymous Subcutaneous Route of
with the term SUBDERMAL.(FDA)                                  Administration
Administration beneath the tongue.(FDA)                        Sublingual Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration beneath the mucous membrane.(FDA)               Submucosal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration to a particular spot on the outer surface of    Topical Route of
the body. The E2B term TRANSMAMMARY is a subset of Administration
the term TOPICAL.(FDA)
Administration through the dermal layer of the skin to the     Transdermal Route of
systemic circulation by diffusion.(FDA)                        Administration
Administration across the mucosa.(FDA)                         Mucosal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration through or across the placenta.(FDA)            Transplacental Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration through the wall of the trachea.(FDA)           Transtracheal Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration across or through the tympanic cavity.(FDA) Transtympanic Route of
                                                               Administration
Route of administration has not yet been assigned.(FDA)        Unassigned Route of
                                                               Administration
Route of administration is unknown.(FDA)                       Unknown Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration into the ureter.(FDA)                           Ureteral Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration into the urethra.(FDA)                          Intraurethral Route of
                                                               Administration
Administration into the vagina.(FDA)                           Vaginal Route of
                                                               Administration
A scale that defines the degree or state of disease existing CDISC SDTM Severity
in a patient as a result of the occurrence of an adverse       Intensity Scale for
event. (NCI)                                                   Adverse Event
                                                               Terminology
A type of adverse event that is usually transient and may      Mild Adverse Event
require only minimal treatment or therapeutic intervention.
The event does not generally interfere with usual activities
of daily living.
A type of adverse event that is usually alleviated with        Moderate Adverse
additional specific therapeutic intervention. The event        Event
interferes with usual activities of daily living, causing
discomfort but poses no significant or permanent risk of
harm to the research participant.
A type of adverse event that interrupts usual activities of    Severe Adverse Event
daily living, or significantly affects clinical status, or may
require intensive therapeutic intervention.
The assemblage of physical properties or qualities by          CDISC SDTM Sex of
which male is distinguished from female; the physical          Individual Terminology
difference between male and female; the distinguishing
peculiarity of male or female. (NCI)
A person who belongs to the sex that normally produces         Female
ova. The term is used to indicate biological sex distinctions,
or cultural gender role distinctions, or both. (NCI)

A person who belongs to the sex that normally produces          Male
sperm. The term is used to indicate biological sex
distinctions, cultural gender role distinctions, or both. (NCI)

Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)      Unknown

A person (one of unisexual specimens) who is born with        Intersex
genitalia and/or secondary sexual characteristics of
indeterminate sex, or which combine features of both
sexes. (NCI)
The specific sex, either male, female, or mixed of the        CDISC SDTM Sex of
subject group being studied. (NCI)                            Study Group
                                                              Terminology
One and the other; relating to or being two in conjunction.   Both
(NCI)
A person who belongs to the sex that normally produces         Female
ova. The term is used to indicate biological sex distinctions,
or cultural gender role distinctions, or both. (NCI)

A person who belongs to the sex that normally produces          Male
sperm. The term is used to indicate biological sex
distinctions, cultural gender role distinctions, or both. (NCI)

The physical magnitude of something. (NCI)                     CDISC SDTM Size
                                                               Terminology
Of considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacity. Large
(NCI)
Mid-way between small and large in number, quantity,           Medium
magnitude or extent. (NCI)
Limited in number, quantity, magnitude or extent. (NCI)        Small
A unique, 2-character domain code used in the regulatory CDISC SDTM
submission process. The domain abbreviation is used            Submission Domain
consistently throughout the submission, i.e. in the dataset Abbreviation
name, as the value of the domain variable within the           Terminology
dataset, and as a prefix for most variable names in the
dataset. (CDISC Glossary)

Datasets used for statistical analysis and reporting by the Analysis Dataset
sponsor. These are submitted in addition to the data         Domain
tabulation datasets.
Adverse events may be captured either as free text or a pre- Adverse Event Domain
specified list of terms.
Additional data about deaths, specific to findings from      Autopsy Domain
autopsies.
Findings resulting from evaluations of bone mineral density. Bone Mineral Density
                                                             Data Domain
Findings resulting from biopsies.                            Biopsy Domain
Case report form (CRF) data that captures the                Concomitant Medication
Concomitant and Prior Medications/Therapies used by the Domain
subject. Examples are the Concomitant
Medications/Therapies given on an as needed basis and
the usual Background Medications/Therapies given for a
condition.
The Comments dataset accommodates two sources of             Comment Domain
comments: 1) those collected alongside other data on
topical case report form (CRF) pages such as Adverse
Events and 2) those collected on a separate page
specifically dedicated to comments.
Data regarding the accountability of study drug, such as     Drug Accountability
information on the receipt, dispensing, return, and          Domain
packaging.
Data related to the characteristics of a specific disease    Disease Characteristics
state under study for a subject.                             Domain
The Demographics domain includes a set of essential             Demographics Domain
standard variables that describe each subject in a clinical
study. It is the parent domain for all other observations for
human clinical subjects
A subject domain utilized for the submission of information     Disposition Domain
encompassing and representing data, vocabulary or
records related to disposition. (NCI)
The intent of the domain is to capture protocol violations      Protocol Deviations
and deviations during the course of the study and will store    Domain
only those criteria violation by or deviated from by the
subject and not a response to each violation or deviation.

Findings resulting from electroencephalogram (EEG) tests. Electroencephalogram
                                                             Domain
Findings related to the collection of ECG data, including    Electrocardiogram
position of the subject, method of evaluation, all cycle     Domain
measurements and all findings from the ECG including an
overall interpretation if collected or derived.
The Exposure domain model records the details of a           Exposure Domain
subject's exposure to protocol-specified study treatment.
Study treatment may be any intervention that is
prospectively defined as a test material within a study, and
is typically but not always supplied to the subject.

A subject domain utilized for the submission of information Family History Domain
encompassing and representing data, vocabulary or
records related to family history. (NCI)
Healthcare resource utilization data such as subject visits Healthcare Resource
to physicians, hospitalizations, and nursing home stays.    Utilization Domain

The intent of the domain model is to only collect those        Inclusion Exclusion
criteria that cause the subject to be in violation of the      Domain
inclusion/exclusion criteria not a response to each criterion.

Laboratory test findings including, but is not limited to       Laboratory Data Domain
hematology, clinical chemistry and urinalysis data. This
domain does not include microbiology or pharmacokinetic
data, which are stored in separate domains.

Microbiology specimen findings, including gram stain           Microbiology Specimen
results, and organisms found.                                  Domain
The medical history dataset includes the subject's prior       Medical History Domain
history at the start of the trial. Examples of subject medical
history information could include general medical history,
gynecological history, and primary diagnosis.

Information regarding the subject's meal consumption,         Meal Data Domain
such as fluid intake, amounts, form (solid or liquid state),
frequency, etc., typically used for pharmacokinetic analysis.

This includes microbiology susceptibility test results, plus    Microbiology
results of any other organism-related tests.                    Susceptibility Domain
Findings from organ measurement evaluations.                    Organ Measurement
                                                                Domain
Concentrations of drugs/metabolites in fluids or tissues as Pharmacokinetic
a function of time.                                           Concentration Domain
Findings collected during a physical examination of the       Physical Exam Domain
subject. It has findings that are discovered that are related
to body systems. Does not include vital signs
measurements, which are stored in the vital signs domain.

Pharmacogenomics findings that initially focus on genotype      Pharmacogenomics
and gene expression data.                                       Domain
Pharmacokinetic parameters derived from pharmacokinetic         Pharmacokinetic
concentration-time (PC) data.                                   Parameters Domain
Questionnaire data may include, but are not limited to the      Questionnaire Domain
following: subject reported outcomes, validated or non-
validated questionnaires, and validated or non-validated
diaries (i.e. data with a common topicality).
The subject characteristics domain is for data not collected    Subject Characteristics
in other domains that is subject-related. Examples: subject     Domain
initials, other race details, eye color, childbearing status,
etc.
The subject element table describes the actual order of         Subject Element
elements followed by the subject, together with the start       Domain
date/time and end date/time for each element.
Surgical information.                                           Surgery Domain
Findings from diagnostic skin tests.                            Skin Test Domain
Findings from diagnostic sleep tests (polysomnography).         Sleep Polysomnography
                                                                Domain

Findings from exercise stress tests.                            Stress Exercise Test
                                                                Data Domain
The intent of the domain is to capture substance use            Substance Use Domain
information that may be used to assess the efficacy and/or
safety of therapies that look to mitigate the effects of
chronic substance use.
The subject visits table describes the actual start and end Subject Visits Domain
data/time for each visit of each individual subject.
The trial arms table describes each planned arm in the trial. Trial Arms Domain
An arm is described as an ordered sequence of elements.

The trial elements table describes the element code that is Trial Elements Domain
unique for each element, the element description, and the
rules for starting and ending an element.

The trial summary information domain is not subject             Trial Inclusion and
oriented. It contains one record for each of the inclusion      Exclusion Criteria
and exclusion criteria for the trial.                           Domain
The trial summary information domain is not subject             Trial Summary Domain
oriented. It contains one record for each trial summary
characteristic.
The trial visits table describes the planned order and          Trial Visits Domain
number of visits in the study within each arm.
Measurements including but not limited to blood pressure,       Vital Signs Domain
temperature, respiration, body surface area, BMI, height
and weight.
The name of a code list that contains terms to define the     CDISC SDTM Trial
type of blinding for the trial. (NCI)                         Blinding Schema
                                                              Terminology
A study in which neither the subject nor the investigator nor Double Blind Study
the research team interacting with the subject or data
during the trial knows what treatment a subject is receiving.
(CDISC glossary)
A trial in which subjects and investigators know which        Open Label Study
product each subject is receiving; opposite of a blinded or
double-blind study. (CDISC glossary)
A study in which one party, either the investigator or the    Single Blind Study
subject, does not know which medication or placebo is
administered to the subject; also called singlemasked
study. (CDISC glossary)
The name of a code list that contains terms to define the     CDISC SDTM Trial
type of trial, e.g. cure or prevention. (NCI)                 Indication Type
                                                              Terminology
A type of study protocol designed to evaluate                 Cure Study
intervention(s) aimed to cure a disease or condition. (NCI)

A type of study protocol designed to evaluate                   Diagnosis Study
intervention(s) aimed at identifying a disease or condition.
(NCI)
A type of study designed to identify actions necessary to       Adverse Effect
eliminate or reduce the risk to human life or well-being as a   Mitigation Study
result of a particular medication or treatment regimen.
(NCI)
A type of study designed to identify actions necessary to       Prevention Study
permanently eliminate or reduce the long-term risk to
human life as a result of a particular medication or
treatment regimen.
A type of study protocol designed to evaluate                   Treatment Study
intervention(s) for treatment of disease, syndrome or
condition.
Clinical trials are broken into three or four phases: Phase I   CDISC SDTM Trial
tests a new drug or treatment for safety in a small group;      Phase Terminology
Phase II expands the study to a larger group of people;
Phase III expands the study to an even larger group of
people to measure whether the treatment actually benefits
patients, and whether its benefits exceed its risks; and
Phase IV takes place after the drug or treatment has been
licensed and marketed. (NCI)
The initial introduction of an investigational new drug into Phase I Trial
humans. Phase 1 studies are typically closely monitored
and may be conducted in patients or normal volunteer
subjects. NOTE: These studies are designed to determine
the metabolism and pharmacologic actions of the drug in
humans, the side effects associated with increasing doses,
and, if possible, to gain early evidence on effectiveness.
During Phase 1, sufficient information about the drug's
pharmacokinetics and pharmacological effects should be
obtained to permit the design of well-controlled,
scientifically valid, Phase 2 studies. The total number of
subjects and patients included in Phase I studies varies
with the drug, but is generally in the range of 20 to 80.
Phase 1 studies also include studies of drug metabolism,
structure-activity relationships, and mechanism of action in
humans, as well as studies in which investigational drugs
are used as research tools to explore biological
phenomena or disease processes. [After FDA CDER
Handbook, ICH E8] (CDISC glossary)

A class of clinical study that combines elements               Phase I/II Trial
characteristic of traditional Phase I and Phase II trials. See
also Phase I, Phase II.
Phase 2. Controlled clinical studies conducted to evaluate Phase II Trial
the effectiveness of the drug for a particular indication or
indications in patients with the disease or condition under
study and to determine the common short-term side effects
and risks associated with the drug. NOTE: Phase 2 studies
are typically well controlled, closely monitored, and
conducted in a relatively small number of patients, usually
involving no more than several hundred subjects. [After
FDA CDER Handbook, ICH E8] (CDISC glossary)

A class of clinical study that combines elements                 Phase II/III Trial
characteristic of traditional Phase II and Phase III trials.
A clinical research protocol generally referred to as a pilot    Phase IIa Trial
or feasibility trial that aims to prove the concept of the new
intervention in question. (NCI)
A clinical research protocol generally referred to as a well-    Phase IIb Trial
controlled and pivotal trial that aims to prove the
mechanism of action of the new intervention in question. A
pivotal study will generally be well-controlled, randomized,
of adequate size, and whenever possible, double-blind.
(NCI)
Phase 3. Studies are expanded controlled and uncontrolled        Phase III Trial
trials. They are performed after preliminary evidence
suggesting effectiveness of the drug has been obtained,
and are intended to gather the additional information about
effectiveness and safety that is needed to confirm efficacy
and evaluate the overall benefit-risk relationship of the drug
and to provide an adequate basis for physician labeling.
NOTE: Phase 3 studies usually include from several
hundred to several thousand subjects. [After FDA CDER
Handbook, ICH E8] (CDISC glossary)
A classification typically assigned retrospectively to a     Phase IIIa Trial
Phase III trial upon determination by regulatory authorities
of a need for a Phase III B trial.
A subcategory of Phase III trials done near the time of      Phase IIIb Trial
approval to elicit additional findings. NOTE: Dossier review
may continue while associated Phase IIIB trials are
conducted. These trials may be required as a condition of
regulatory authority approval.
Phase 4. Postmarketing (Phase 4) studies to delineate        Phase IV Trial
additional information about the drug's risks, benefits, and
optimal use that may be requested by regulatory authorities
in conjunction with marketing approval. NOTE: These
studies could include, but would not be limited to, studying
different doses or schedules of administration than were
used in Phase 2 studies, use of the drug in other patient
populations or other stages of the disease, or use of the
drug over a longer period of time. [After FDA CDER
Handbook, ICH E8] (CDISC glossary)

Postmarketing surveillance is sometimes referred to as             Phase V Trial
Phase V.
Determination of a value is not relevant in the current            Not Applicable
context. (NCI)
Individual characteristics of a clinical trial, e.g. description   CDISC SDTM Trial
of trial design, trial blinding schema, and primary objective      Summary Parameter
of trial. (NCI)                                                    Terminology by Code
The addition of a therapeutic product to the existing              Test Product Added to
regimen in a clinical trial, where both entities remain as         Existing Treatment
discrete products.
A reference source that provides meanings of words                 Adverse Event
related to adverse events. (NCI)                                   Dictionary
The anticipated maximum age of the subjects to be                  Planned Maximum Age
entered in a clinical trial. (NCI)                                 of Subjects
The anticipated minimum age of the subjects to be entered          Planned Minimum Age
in a clinical trial. (NCI)                                         of Subjects
Subgroups of populations based on age. (NCI)                       Age Group

Those units of time that are routinely used to express the         Age Unit
age of a person. (NCI)
The amount of drug administered to a patient or test               Dose
subject at one time or the total quantity administered. [AMA
Manual of Style] (CDISC Glossary)
A reference source that provides meanings of words                 Drug Dictionary
related to drugs. (NCI)
The anticipated length of a clinical trial measured as a unit      Trial Length
of time. (NCI)
A reference source that provides meanings of words                 Medical History
related to medical history. (NCI)                                  Dictionary
The number of subjects entered in a clinical trial. (NCI)          Planned Subject
                                                                   Number
The process of assigning trial subjects to treatment or            Randomization
control groups using an element of chance to determine
the assignments in order to reduce bias. NOTE: Unequal
randomization is used to allocate subjects into groups at a
differential rate; for example, three subjects may be
assigned to a treatment group for every one assigned to
the control group. [ICH E6 1.48] See also balanced study.
(CDISC glossary)
The course by which a substance was administered in                Route of Administration
order to reach the site of action in the body.
The specific sex, either male, female, or mixed of the             Sex of Study Group
subject group being studied. (NCI)
The rule, regulation and/or condition that determines the          Study Stop Rules
point in time when a clinical trial will be terminated. (NCI)

The name of a code list that contains terms to define the Trial Blinding Schema
type of blinding for the trial. (NCI)
Comparator against which the study treatment is evaluated Control Type
(e.g., concurrent (placebo, no treatment, dose-response,
active), external (historical, published literature).

A grouping of individuals on the basis of a shared             Diagnosis Group
procedure or disease, or lack thereof (e.g. healthy
volunteers, type 2 diabetic subjects, subjects with renal cell
cancer). Standardized naming systems are available that
define the groups within which a subject should be placed.
(NCI)
The name of a code list that contains terms to define the      Trial Indication Type
type of trial, e.g. cure or prevention. (NCI)
The name of a clinical trial. (NCI)                            Trial Title

Clinical trials are broken into three or four phases: Phase I Trial Phase
tests a new drug or treatment for safety in a small group;
Phase II expands the study to a larger group of people;
Phase III expands the study to an even larger group of
people to measure whether the treatment actually benefits
patients, and whether its benefits exceed its risks; and
Phase IV takes place after the drug or treatment has been
licensed and marketed. (NCI)

The type of clinical trial performed e.g. efficacy, safety.        Trial Type
(NCI)
Individual characteristics of a clinical trial, e.g. description   CDISC SDTM Trial
of trial design, trial blinding schema, and primary objective      Summary Parameter
of trial. (NCI)                                                    Terminology by Name
The addition of a therapeutic product to the existing              Test Product Added to
regimen in a clinical trial, where both entities remain as         Existing Treatment
discrete products.
A reference source that provides meanings of words                 Adverse Event
related to adverse events. (NCI)                                   Dictionary
The anticipated maximum age of the subjects to be                  Planned Maximum Age
entered in a clinical trial. (NCI)                                 of Subjects
The anticipated minimum age of the subjects to be entered          Planned Minimum Age
in a clinical trial. (NCI)                                         of Subjects
Subgroups of populations based on age. (NCI)                    Age Group

Those units of time that are routinely used to express the      Age Unit
age of a person. (NCI)
The amount of drug administered to a patient or test            Dose
subject at one time or the total quantity administered. [AMA
Manual of Style] (CDISC Glossary)
A reference source that provides meanings of words              Drug Dictionary
related to drugs. (NCI)
The anticipated length of a clinical trial measured as a unit   Trial Length
of time. (NCI)
A reference source that provides meanings of words              Medical History
related to medical history. (NCI)                               Dictionary
The number of subjects entered in a clinical trial. (NCI)       Planned Subject
                                                                Number
The process of assigning trial subjects to treatment or         Randomization
control groups using an element of chance to determine
the assignments in order to reduce bias. NOTE: Unequal
randomization is used to allocate subjects into groups at a
differential rate; for example, three subjects may be
assigned to a treatment group for every one assigned to
the control group. [ICH E6 1.48] See also balanced study.
(CDISC glossary)
The course by which a substance was administered in             Route of Administration
order to reach the site of action in the body.
The specific sex, either male, female, or mixed of the          Sex of Study Group
subject group being studied. (NCI)
The rule, regulation and/or condition that determines the       Study Stop Rules
point in time when a clinical trial will be terminated. (NCI)

The name of a code list that contains terms to define the Trial Blinding Schema
type of blinding for the trial. (NCI)
Comparator against which the study treatment is evaluated Control Type
(e.g., concurrent (placebo, no treatment, dose-response,
active), external (historical, published literature).

A grouping of individuals on the basis of a shared             Diagnosis Group
procedure or disease, or lack thereof (e.g. healthy
volunteers, type 2 diabetic subjects, subjects with renal cell
cancer). Standardized naming systems are available that
define the groups within which a subject should be placed.
(NCI)
The name of a code list that contains terms to define the      Trial Indication Type
type of trial, e.g. cure or prevention. (NCI)
The name of a clinical trial. (NCI)                            Trial Title

Clinical trials are broken into three or four phases: Phase I Trial Phase
tests a new drug or treatment for safety in a small group;
Phase II expands the study to a larger group of people;
Phase III expands the study to an even larger group of
people to measure whether the treatment actually benefits
patients, and whether its benefits exceed its risks; and
Phase IV takes place after the drug or treatment has been
licensed and marketed. (NCI)
The type of clinical trial performed e.g. efficacy, safety.   Trial Type
(NCI)
The type of clinical trial performed e.g. efficacy, safety.   CDISC SDTM Trial Type
(NCI)                                                         Terminology
A study of the degree to which or rate at which a drug or     Bioavailability Study
other substance is absorbed or becomes available at the
site of physiological activity after administration. (NCI)

A study most often used to compare the efficacy of             Therapeutic Equivalency
different formulations to treat a given disease. It is the     Study
testing of an old versus a new formulation in healthy
volunteers or subjects with the disease under study and
usually in one dose. (NCI)
A study of the relative therapeutic efficacy of treatment of a Efficacy Study
disease. Usually this is a Phase II or III study. (NCI)

A study of the biochemical and physiological effect of a      Pharmacodynamic
drug and the mechanism of drug action and the                 Study
relationship between drug concentration and effect. (NCI)

A study that assesses the value associated with a given       Pharmacoeconomic
drug in therapeutic and economic terms. This type of study Study
is multidisciplinary in nature and takes into consideration
the social and economic costs (resource utilization costs
including direct, indirect, and intangible costs) of drug
therapy in addition to its direct therapeutic benefits.
Analyses relate the difference in therapeutic benefits to the
difference in costs between treatment alternatives. (NCI)

A study of identification and analysis of genomic variations Pharmacogenomic
that affect the efficacy of a drug. Pharmacogenomic            Study
studies can potentially be predictive of an individual's drug-
response or adverse reactions or susceptibility to iatrogenic
disorders, and may also reveal new targets that can help in
the design of new drugs. (NCI)

A study of the process by which a drug is absorbed,         Pharmacokinetic Study
distributed, metabolized, and eliminated by the body. (NCI)

A study of the relative safety of treatment of a disease.     Safety Study
Usually this is a Phase I or II trial. (NCI)
The unit used to record and describe the result of a test   CDISC SDTM Unit for
investigating a vital sign. (NCI)                           Vital Sign Result
                                                            Terminology
A fraction or ratio with 100 understood as the denominator. Percentage
(NCI)
The number of heartbeats measured per minute time.          Beats per Minute
(NCI)
The number of breaths (inhalation and exhalation) taken     Breaths per Minute
per minute time. (NCI)
A unit of temperature of the temperature scale designed so Degree Celsius
that the freezing point of water is 0 degrees and the boiling
point is 100 degrees at standard atmospheric pressure.
The current official definition of the Celsius sets 0.01 C to
be at the triple point of water and a degree to be 1/273.16
of the difference in temperature between the triple point of
water and absolute zero. One degree Celsius represents
the same temperature difference as one Kelvin. (NCI)

A basic unit of length in the former CGS version of metric Centimeter
system, equal to one hundredth of a meter or
approximately 0.393 700 787 inch. (NCI)
The Fahrenheit temperature scale is named after the          Degree Fahrenheit
German physicist Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686-1736), who
proposed it in 1724. In this scale, the freezing point of
water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit and the boiling point is 212
degrees, placing the boiling and melting points of water 180
degrees apart. In this scale a degree Fahrenheit is 5/9ths
of a Kelvin (or of a degree Celsius), and minus 40 degrees
Fahrenheit is equal to minus 40 degrees Celsius. (NCI)

A metric unit of mass equal to one one thousandth of a          Gram
kilogram. (NCI)
A traditional unit of length equal to 2.54 centimeters. (NCI)   Inch

The basic SI unit of mass. It is defined as the mass of an     Kilogram
international prototype in the form of a platinum-iridium
cylinder kept at Sevres in France. It is the only basic unit
still defined in terms of a material object, and also the only
one with a prefix [kilo] already in place. A kilogram is equal
to 1,000 grams and 2.204 622 6 pounds. (NCI)

The SI derived unit of spread rate of a substance by mass,      Kilogram Per Square
used also as a measure of area density. (NCI)                   Meter
A traditional unit of mass. By international agreement, one     Pound
avoirdupois pound is equal to exactly 0.453 592 37
kilogram, 16 ounces, or 1.215 28 troy pounds. (NCI)
The SI unit of area measurement equal to a square whose         Square Meter
sides are one meter long. Square meter is equal to 10,000
square centimeters; 0.01 ares; 1.196 square yards; 10.76
square feet; 1550 square inches. (NCI)
A unit of pressure equal to 0.001316 atmosphere and equal       Millimeter of Mercury
to the pressure indicated by one millimeter rise of mercury
in a barometer at the Earth's surface. (NCI)
A unit of electrical resistance equal to the resistance         Ohm
between two points on a conductor when a potential
difference of one volt between them produces a current of
one Ampere. Ohm is also used to measure impedance and
reactance for complex resistance. A measurement in ohms
is the reciprocal of a measurement in Siemens. (NCI)

The name given to the test that analyzes a particular set of CDISC SDTM Vital Sign
vital signs including temperature, respiratory rate, heart   Terminology by Code
beat (pulse), and blood pressure. (NCI)
A general indicator of the body fat an individual is carrying Body Mass Index
based upon the ratio of weight to height. (NCI)
A specialized form of connective tissue consisting primarily Adipose Tissue
of adipocytes (fat cells), surrounded by a meshwork of
collagen fibers.
A measure of the 2-dimensional extent of the body surface Body Surface Area
(i.e., the skin). Body surface area (BSA) can be calculated
by mathematical formula or from a chart that relates height
to weight. BSA is often an important factor in dosing. (NCI)

The blood pressure after the contraction of the heart while Diastolic Blood Pressure
the chambers of the heart refill with blood. (NCI)
The categorization of a person's body frame into small,      Body Frame Size
medium and large based on the measurement of wrist
circumference or the breadth of the elbow. (NCI)
The vertical measurement or distance from the base to the Height
top of an object; the vertical dimension of extension. (NCI)

The number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually          Heart Rate
expressed as beats per minute. (NCI)
The mean pressure of the blood within the arterial          Mean Arterial Pressure
circulation. The arterial pressure may be directly measured
by insertion of an intra-arterial catheter connected to a
transducer. The mean arterial pressure (MAP) can be
calculated by subsequent analysis of the waveform. MAP
can be approximated without an invasive procedure using
the following formula: diastolic pressure plus 1/3 of the
pulse pressure, where pulse pressure is systolic pressure -
diastolic pressure. (NCI)
The rate of the pulse as observed in an artery, expressed Pulse Rate
as beats per minute. It can be measured at several
anatomical sites, including the wrist, neck, temple, groin,
behind the knees, or on top of the foot. (NCI)

The rate of breathing (inhalation and exhalation) measured Respiratory Rate
within in a unit time, usually expressed as breaths per
minute. (NCI)
The blood pressure during the contraction of the left          Systolic Blood Pressure
ventricle of the heart.
The property of a body or region of space that determines Temperature
whether or not there will be a net flow of heat into it or out
of it from a neighboring body or region and in which
direction (if any) the heat will flow, perceptible by living
organism as a somatic sensation of cold or heat. It is a
measure of the average translational kinetic energy
associated with the disordered microscopic motion of
atoms and molecules. Temperature is measured in one of
the three standard temperature scales: Celsius, Kelvin, and
Fahrenheit. (NCI)

The vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity. Weight
(NCI)
The name given to the test that analyzes a particular set of CDISC SDTM Vital Sign
vital signs including temperature, respiratory rate, heart   Terminology by Name
beat (pulse), and blood pressure. (NCI)
A general indicator of the body fat an individual is carrying Body Mass Index
based upon the ratio of weight to height. (NCI)
A specialized form of connective tissue consisting primarily Adipose Tissue
of adipocytes (fat cells), surrounded by a meshwork of
collagen fibers.
A measure of the 2-dimensional extent of the body surface Body Surface Area
(i.e., the skin). Body surface area (BSA) can be calculated
by mathematical formula or from a chart that relates height
to weight. BSA is often an important factor in dosing. (NCI)

The blood pressure after the contraction of the heart while Diastolic Blood Pressure
the chambers of the heart refill with blood. (NCI)
The categorization of a person's body frame into small,      Body Frame Size
medium and large based on the measurement of wrist
circumference or the breadth of the elbow. (NCI)
The vertical measurement or distance from the base to the Height
top of an object; the vertical dimension of extension. (NCI)

The number of heartbeats per unit of time, usually          Heart Rate
expressed as beats per minute. (NCI)
The mean pressure of the blood within the arterial          Mean Arterial Pressure
circulation. The arterial pressure may be directly measured
by insertion of an intra-arterial catheter connected to a
transducer. The mean arterial pressure (MAP) can be
calculated by subsequent analysis of the waveform. MAP
can be approximated without an invasive procedure using
the following formula: diastolic pressure plus 1/3 of the
pulse pressure, where pulse pressure is systolic pressure -
diastolic pressure. (NCI)
The rate of the pulse as observed in an artery, expressed Pulse Rate
as beats per minute. It can be measured at several
anatomical sites, including the wrist, neck, temple, groin,
behind the knees, or on top of the foot. (NCI)

The rate of breathing (inhalation and exhalation) measured Respiratory Rate
within in a unit time, usually expressed as breaths per
minute. (NCI)
The blood pressure during the contraction of the left          Systolic Blood Pressure
ventricle of the heart.
The property of a body or region of space that determines Temperature
whether or not there will be a net flow of heat into it or out
of it from a neighboring body or region and in which
direction (if any) the heat will flow, perceptible by living
organism as a somatic sensation of cold or heat. It is a
measure of the average translational kinetic energy
associated with the disordered microscopic motion of
atoms and molecules. Temperature is measured in one of
the three standard temperature scales: Celsius, Kelvin, and
Fahrenheit. (NCI)

The vertical force exerted by a mass as a result of gravity.   Weight
(NCI)
A term that is used to indicate a question with permissible   CDISC SDTM Yes No
values of yes/no/unknown/not applicable.                      Unknown or Not
                                                              Applicable Response
                                                              Terminology
The non-affirmative response to a question. (NCI)             No
Determination of a value is not relevant in the current       Not Applicable
context. (NCI)
Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)      Unknown

The affirmative response to a question. (NCI)                   Yes
Terminology used for Laboratory Tests of the CDISC              CDISC SDTM
Standard Data Tabulation Model.                                 Laboratory Test
                                                                Terminology by Code
A measurement of the inequality in the size of the red blood Anisocytosis
cells in a whole blood specimen.
A measurement of the odd-shaped erythrocytes in a whole Poikilocytosis
blood specimen.
A measurement of the total bilirubin in a biological            Total Bilirubin
specimen.
A measurement of the length of time that it takes for           Partial Thromboplastin
clotting to occur when reagents are added to a plasma           Time
specimen. The test is partial due to the absence of tissue
factor (Factor III) from the reaction mixture.
A measurement of the glucose in a biological specimen.          Plasma Glucose
                                                                Measurement
A measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a fluid on a scale of pH
0 to 14.
A measurement of the total erythrocytes per unit of a           Erythrocyte Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the reticulocytes per unit of a biological Reticulocyte Count
specimen.
A count of the leukocytes per unit of a biological specimen. Leukocyte Count

A measurement of the lymphocytes per unit of a biological     Lymphocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the platelets per unit of a biological       Platelet Count
specimen.
A measurement of the urea nitrogen in a blood specimen.    Blood Urea Nitrogen
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the cholesterol in a biological specimen. Serum Total Cholesterol
                                                           Measurement

A measurement of the high density lipoprotein cholesterol     Serum HDL Cholesterol
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement

A measurement of the low density lipoprotein cholesterol in   Serum LDL Cholesterol
a biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A blood clotting measurement that evaluates the extrinsic     Prothrombin Time
pathway of coagulation and is expressed in units of time or
percent activity.
A measurement of the neutrophils per unit of a biological     Absolute Neutrophil
specimen.                                                     Count
A measurement of the albumin protein in a biological          Albumin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the alkaline phosphatase in a biological    Alkaline Phosphatase
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the alanine aminotransferase in a           Alanine
biological specimen.                                         Aminotransferase
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the pancreatic enzyme amylase in a          Amylase Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the aspartate aminotransferase in a         Aspartate
biological specimen.                                         Aminotransferase
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the bacteria in a biological specimen.      Bacterial Count

A measurement of the basophils per unit of a biological      Total Basophil Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the          Basophil To Leukocyte
basophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.            Ratio
A measurement of the conjugated or water-soluble bilirubin   Direct Bilirubin
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A measurement of the unconjugated or non-water-soluble       Indirect Bilirubin
bilirubin in a biological specimen.                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the blasts   Blast To Leukocyte
to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                      Ratio
A measurement of the calcium in a biological specimen.       Calcium Measurement

A measurement of the total creatine kinase in a biological   Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the homozygous B-type creatine kinase       Creatine Kinase BB
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A measurement of the heterozygous MB-type creatine           Creatine Kinase MB
kinase in a biological specimen.                             Measurement
A measurement of the homozygous M-type creatine kinase       Creatine Kinase MM
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A measurement of the chloride in a biological specimen.      Chloride Measurement

A measurement of the carbon dioxide gas in a biological      Carbon Dioxide
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the color of a biological specimen.         Color Assessment
A measurement of the creatinine in a biological specimen.    Creatinine Measurement

A measurement of the C reactive protein in a biological      C-Reactive Protein
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the elliptocytes per unit of a biological   Elliptocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the eosinophils per unit of a biological    Eosinophil Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the          Eosinophil To Leukocyte
eosinophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.          Ratio
A measurement of the epithelial cells in a biological        Epithelial Cell Count
specimen.
A measurement of the fibrinogen in a biological specimen.    Fibrinogen
                                                             Measurement
The percentage of a whole blood specimen that is             Hematocrit
composed of red blood cells (erythrocytes).
A quantitative measurement of the mean amount of               Erythrocyte Mean
hemoglobin per erythrocyte in a biological specimen.           Corpuscular
                                                               Hemoglobin
A quantitative measurement of the mean amount of               Erythrocyte Mean
hemoglobin per erythrocytes in a specified volume of a         Corpuscular
biological specimen.                                           Hemoglobin
                                                               Concentration
A quantitative measurement of the mean volume of               Erythrocyte Mean
erythrocytes in a biological specimen.                         Corpuscular Volume
A value derived from mean corpuscular volume and the           Erythrocyte Distribution
standard deviation of the red blood cell volume in a whole     Width Measurement
blood specimen.
A measurement of dacryocytes per unit of a biological          Dacryocyte Analysis
specimen.
An observation which indicates that the hemoglobin             Hypochromia
concentration in a red blood cell specimen has fallen below
a specified level.
A measurement of the blue-staining characteristic of newly     Polychromasia
generated erythrocytes.
A ratio that represents the prothrombin time for a plasma      International Normalized
specimen, divided by the result for a control plasma           Ratio of Prothrombin
specimen, further standardized for the International           Time
Sensitivity Index of the tissue factor (thromboplastin) used
in the test.
A measurement of the very low density lipoprotein            Serum VLDL
cholesterol in a biological specimen.                        Cholesterol
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the pancreatic lipase in a biological       Triacylglycerol Lipase
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the sodium in a biological specimen.        Sodium Measurement
A measurement of the nitrite in a urine specimen.            Nitrite Measurement
A measurement of the triglycerides in a biological           Triglyceride
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the thyrotropin in a biological specimen. Thyrotropin
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the urate in a biological specimen.         Urate Measurement
A measurement of the urea in a biological specimen.          Urea Measurement
A measurement of the urobilinogen in a biological            Urobilinogen
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B12 in a serum specimen. Vitamin B12
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the atypical lymphocytes per unit of a      Atypical Lymphocyte
biological specimen.                                         Count
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the atypical Atypical Lymphocyte To
lymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.          Leukocyte Ratio

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Lymphocyte To
lymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.            Leukocyte Ratio
A measurement of the macrocytes per unit of a biological       Macrocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the microcytes per unit of a biological       Microcyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the monocytes per unit of a biological        Monocyte Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Monocyte To Leukocyte
monocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.             Ratio
A relative measure (ratio or percentage) of the myeloblasts   Myeloblast To
to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                       Leukocyte Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Myelocyte To Leukocyte
myelocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.            Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Neutrophil To Leukocyte
neutrophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.           Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of               Reticulocyte To
reticulocytes to erythrocytes in a biological specimen.       Erythrocyte Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of               Prolymphocyte To
prolymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.        Leukocyte Ratio
A measurement of the banded neutrophils per unit of a         Neutrophil Band Form
biological specimen.                                          Count
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the banded    Neutrophil Band Form
neutrophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.           To Leukocyte Ratio

                                                         Specific Gravity
A ratio of the density of a fluid to the density of water.
A measurement of the magnesium in a biological           Magnesium
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the gamma glutamyl transferase in a     Gamma Glutamyl
biological specimen.                                     Transpeptidase
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the hemoglobin in a biological          Hemoglobin
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the glycosylated hemoglobin in a        Glycosylated
biological specimen.                                     Hemoglobin
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the surface antigen reaction of a       Hepatitis B Virus
biological specimen to the Hepatitis B virus.            Surface Antigen
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the Choriogonadotropin Beta in a        Choriogonadotropin
biological specimen.                                     Beta Measurement
A measurement of the potassium in a biological specimen. Potassium
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the ketones in a biological specimen.   Ketone Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase in a               Lactate Dehydrogenase
biological specimen.                                          Measurement

A measurement of the enzyme which indicates the            Leukocyte Esterase
presence of white blood cells in a biological specimen.    Measurement
A measurement of the phosphate in a biological specimen. Phosphate
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of a group of complex organic                Total Protein
macromolecules composed of one or more alpha-L-amino Measurement
acid chains in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the prostate specific antigen in a        Prostate Specific
biological specimen.                                       Antigen Measurement
A measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that        Creatinine Clearance
would be cleared of creatinine by excretion of urine for a
specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).
A measurement of the hairy cells (b-cell lymphocytes with Hairy Cell Count
hairy projections from the cytoplasm) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the blast cells in a biological specimen.    Blast Count

A count of the CD19 B cells per unit of a biological          CD19 Expressing B Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD3 T cells per unit of a biological           CD3 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD4 T cells per unit of a biological           CD4 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD8 T cells per unit of a biological           CD8 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A measurement of the Dohle bodies (blue-gray, basophilic,     Dohle Body
leukocyte inclusions located in the peripheral cytoplasm of   Measurement
neutrophils) in a biological specimen.

The distance (e.g. millimeters) that red blood cells settle in Erythrocyte
unclotted blood over a specified unit of time (e.g. one hour). Sedimentation Rate
                                                               Measurement
A measurement of the hypersegmented (more than five            Hypersegmented
lobes) neutrophils in a biological specimen.                   Neutrophil Measurement

A measurement of the malignant lymphocytes in a           Lymphoma Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the May-Hegglin anomaly in a blood       May-Hegglin Anomaly
sample. This anomaly is characterized by large, misshapen Measurement
platelets and the presence of Dohle bodies in leukocytes.

A measurement of the metamyelocytes (small, myelocytic Metamyelocyte Count
neutrophils with an indented nucleus) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the Pappenheimer Bodies (violet or blue Pappenheimer Body
staining, ferritin granules usually found along the periphery Count
of the red blood cells) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the Pelger Huet Anomaly (nuclei of           Pelger Huet Anomaly
neutrophils and eosinophils appear rod-like, spherical or     Measurement
dumbbell shaped) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the plasmacytoid lymphocytes                 Plasmacytoid
(lymphocytes with peripherally clumped chromatin and          Lymphocyte Count
often deep blue cytoplasm, and that appear similar to
plasma cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the precursor (blast stage) plasma cells     Precursor Plasma Cell
(antibody secreting cells derived from B cells via antigen    Count
stimulation) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the prolymphocytes in a biological           Prolymphocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the promonocytes per unit of a               Promonocyte Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the promyelocytes (immature                  Promyelocyte Count
myelocytes) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the number of stacking red blood cells       Rouleaux Formation
within a biological specimen.                                 Count
A measurement of the Sezary cells (atypical lymphocytes       Sezary Cell Count
with cerebriform nuclei) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the sickle cells (sickle shaped red blood Sickle Cell Count
cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the smudge cells (the nuclear remnant Smudge Cell Count
of a ruptured white blood cell) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the neutrophils containing small                 Vacuolated Neutrophil
vacuoles in a biological specimen.                                Count
A measurement of the leukemic blasts (lymphoblasts that           Leukemic Blast Count
remain in an immature state even when outside the bone
marrow) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the monoblast cells per unit of a                Monoblast Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the myeloblast cells per unit of a               Myeloblast Count
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of                   Acanthocyte to
acanthocytes to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.        Erythrocyte Ratio
                                                                  Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of bite cells        Bite Cell to Erythrocyte
(erythrocytes with the appearance of a bite having been           Ratio Measurement
removed, due to oxidative hemolysis) to all erythrocytes in
a biological specimen .
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD19 B            CD19 B Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                                  Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD3 T             CD3 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                                  Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 T             CD4 T Cell to CD8 T
cells to the CD8 T cells in a biological specimen.                Cell Ratio Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 T             CD4 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                                  Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD8 T             CD8 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                                  Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hairy         Hairy Cell to
cells (b-cell lymphocytes with hairy projections from the         Lymphocyte Ratio
cytoplasm) to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen .          Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Leukemic Blast to
leukemic blasts (immature lymphoblasts) to mature                 Lymphocyte Ratio
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                             Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Malignant Cell to Blood
malignant cells of all types to all blood cells in a biological   Cell Ratio Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Metamyelocyte to
metamyelocytes (small, myelocytic neutrophils with an             Leukocyte Ratio
indented nucleus) to all leukocytes in a biological               Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Monoblast to Leukocyte
monoblasts to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Nucleated Red Blood
nucleated erythrocytes (large, immature nucleated              Cell to Erythrocyte Ratio
erythrocytes) to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.    Measurement


A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Plasmacytoid
plasmacytoid lymphocytes (lymphocytes with peripherally        Lymphocyte to
clumped chromatin and often deep blue cytoplasm, and           Lymphocyte Ratio
that appear similar to plasma cells) to all lymphocytes in a   Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Poikilocyte to
poikilocytes, or irregularly shaped erythrocytes, to all       Erythrocyte Ratio
erythrocytes in a biological specimen.                         Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Precursor Plasma Cell
precursor (blast stage) plasma cells (antibody secreting       to Lymphocyte Ratio
cells derived from B cells via antigen stimulation) to all     Measurement
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Prolymphocyte to
prolymphocytes to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.    Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                               Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Promonocyte to
promonocytes to all leukocytes in a biological specimen.       Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                               Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Promyelocyte to
promyelocytes (immature myelocytes) to all leukocytes in a Lymphocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Reactive Lymphocyte to
reactive lymphocytes (lymphocytes which have become            Lymphocyte Ratio
large due to an antigen reaction) to all lymphocytes in a      Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage of the Sezary Sezary Cell to
cells (atypical lymphocytes with cerebriform nuclei) to all    Lymphocyte Ratio
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the sickle Sickle Cell to
cells (sickle shaped red blood cells) to all erythrocytes in a Erythrocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the Auer rods (elongated needle               Auer Rod Measurement
structures that are found in the cytoplasm of leukemic
blasts and are formed by clumps of azurophilic granular
material) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the Helmet cells (specialized                 Helmet Cell Count
Keratocytes with two projections on either end that are
tapered and hornlike) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the large, peroxidase-negative cells          Large Unstained Cell
which cannot be further characterized (i.e. as large           Count
lymphocytes, virocytes, or stem cells) present in a
biological specimen.
A measurement of the malignant cells of all types in a         Malignant Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the mature plasma cells (plasmacytes) Mature Plasma Cell
in a biological specimen.                                      Count
A measurement of the myelocytes per unit of a biological       Myelocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the spermatozoa cells present in a            Spermatozoa Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the yeast cells present in a biological    Yeast Cell Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the amorphous (Note: phosphate or          Amorphous Crystal
urate, depending on pH) crystals present in a biological    Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the amorphous sediment present in a        Amorphous Sediment
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the bicarbonate in a biological specimen   Bicarbonate
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of the bilirubin crystals present in a        Bilirubin Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the calcium carbonate crystals present Calcium Carbonate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the calcium oxalate crystals present in a Calcium Oxalate Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the calcium phosphate crystals present Calcium Phosphate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the cholesterol crystals present in a      Cholesterol Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A statement that indicates crystals were looked for and not Crystal Present Or
found in a biological specimen.                             Absent
A measurement of the cystine crystals present in a          Cystine Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the folic acid in a biological specimen.   Folic Acid Measurement

A measurement of the free carnitine in a biological         Free Carnitine
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the fructosamine in a biological           Fructosamine
specimen.                                                   Measurement

A measurement of the iron in a biological specimen.         Iron Measurement
A measurement of the leucine crystals present in a          Leucine Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the monosodium urate crystals present      Monosodium Urate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the total carnitine in a biological        Total Carnitine
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the triple phosphate crystals present in   Tyrosine Crystal
a biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the uric acid crystals present in a        Uric Acid Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A computed estimate of the unmeasured anions (those         Anion Gap
other than the chloride and bicarbonate anions) in a        Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the blood in body products such as a       Occult Blood
stool sample, not detectable on gross examination.          Measurement
A measurement of any amphetamine class drug present in      Amphetamine Drug
a biological specimen.                                      Class Measurement
A measurement of any barbiturate class drug present in a    Barbiturate Drug Class
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of any cannabinoid class drug present in a    Cannabinoid Drug Class
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the cocaine present in a biological        Cocaine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the round epithelial cells present in a          Round Epithelial Cell
urine specimen.                                                   Count
A measurement of the acanthocytes per unit of a biological        Acanthocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the bite cells (erythrocytes with the            Bite Cell Count
appearance of a bite having been removed, due to
oxidative hemolysis) in a biological specimen .
A measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes                     Burr Cell Count
characterized by the presence of small, blunt projections
evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the Cabot rings (red-purple staining,            Cabot Ring Count
threadlike, ring or figure 8 shaped filaments in an
erythrocyte) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes                     Crenated Cell
characterized by the presence of multiple small, sharp            Measurement
projections evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a
biological specimen.
A measurement of the Howell-Jolly bodies (spherical, blue-        Howell-Jolly Body
black condensed DNA inclusions within the body of a red           Measurement
blood cell that appear under Wright-stain) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the nucleated erythrocytes (large,               Nucleated Red Blood
immature nucleated erythrocytes) in a biological specimen.        Cell Count


A measurement of the schistocytes (fragmented red blood Schistocyte Count
cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the spherocytes (small, sphere-shaped Spherocyte Count
red blood cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the stomatocytes (red blood cells with      Stomatocyte Count
an oval or rectangular area of central pallor, producing the
appearance of a cell mouth) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the Heinz bodies (small round                    Heinz-Ehrlich Body
inclusions within the body of a red blood cell) in a biological   Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis A Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis A virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis B Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis B virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis C Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis C virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-1 Antibody
specimen to the HIV-1 virus.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-1 HIV-2 Antibody
specimen to the either the HIV-1 or HIV-2 virus.                  Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-2 Antibody
specimen to the HIV-2 virus.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the antibodies produced by cellular              Rapid Plasma Reagin
damage caused by Treponema pallidum (syphilis) in a               Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the rheumatoid factor antibody in a              Rheumatoid Factor
biological specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the amount of iron needed to fully            Total Iron Binding
saturate the transferrin in a serum specimen.                  Capacity
A measurement of the binding capacity of unsaturated iron      Unsaturated Iron
in a biological specimen.                                      Binding Capacity
                                                               Measurement
A measurement of the mucous threads present in a               Mucous Thread
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the opacity of a biological specimen.         Turbidity Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis A viral load in a biological    Hepatitis A Viral Load
specimen using polymerase chain reaction.                      PCR Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis B viral load in a sample        Hepatitis B Viral Load
using polymerase chain reaction.                               PCR Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis C viral load in a sample        Hepatitis C Viral Load
using polymerase chain reaction.                               PCR Measurement
A measurement of the HIV viral load in a specimen using        HIV Viral Load PCR
polymerase chain reaction.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the giant (larger than 7um in diameter)       Giant Platelet Count
platelets in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the large (between 4 um and 7um in            Large Platelet Count
diameter) platelets in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the average size of the platelets present     Mean Platelet Volume
in a blood sample.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the aldolase enzyme in a biological           Aldolase Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the alpha fetoprotein in a biological         Alpha-fetoprotein
specimen.                                                      Measurement
A measurement of the apolipoprotein A1 in the high density     Apolipoprotein A1
lipoproteins of a biological specimen.                         Measurement
A measurement of the apolipoprotein B in the low density       Apolipoprotein B
lipoproteins of a biological specimen.                         Measurement
A measurement of the brain (B-type) natriuretic peptide in a   Brain Natriuretic Peptide
biological specimen.                                           Measurement

A measurement of the C (connecting) peptide of insulin in a    C-peptide Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the ferritin in a biological specimen.    Ferritin Measurement
A measurement of the globulin protein in a biological      Globulin Protein
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the glutamate in a biological specimen.   Glutamate
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the haptoglobin protein in a biological   Haptoglobin Protein
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the homocysteine amino acid in a          Homocysteine Acid
biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the N-telopeptide in a biological         N-telopeptide
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the osteocalcin in a biological specimen. Osteocalcin
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the sex hormone binding (globulin)        Sex Hormone Binding
protein in a biological specimen.                          Protein Measurement


A measurement of the thyroxine binding globulin protein in Thyroxine Binding
a biological specimen.                                     Globulin Protein
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound)                    Triiodothyronine
triiodothyronine in a biological specimen.                     Measurement
A measurement of the binding of triiodothyonine to             Triiodothyronine Uptake
thyroxine binding globulin protein in a biological specimen.   Measurement

A measurement of the actin binding troponin in a biological    Troponin I Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the tropomyosin binding troponin in a      Troponin T
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the total tumor necrosis factor            Tumor Necrosis Factor
(cachexin) cytokine in a biological specimen.               Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) (ratio) of the Blood Urea Nitrogen To
blood urea nitrogen (BUN) to the creatinine in a blood      Creatinine Ratio
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the hippuric acid crystals present in a    Hippuric Acid Crystal
urine specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the sulfa crystals present in a urine      Sulfa Crystal
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the triple phosphate crystals present in   Triple Phosphate Crystal
a urine specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the unclassifiable crystals present in a   Unclassified Crystal
urine specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium biurate crystals present      Urine Ammonium
in a biological specimen.                                   Biurate Crystal
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium oxalate crystals present Urine Ammonium
in a urine specimen.                                        Oxalate Crystal
                                                            Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the         Albumin To Creatinine
albumin to the creatinine in a urine specimen.              Protein Ratio
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of the bacterial casts present in a urine     Bacterial Cast
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A statement that indicates casts were looked for and not    Cast Present Or Absent
found in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the cellular (white blood cell, red blood Cellular Cast
cell, epithelial and bacterial) casts present in a urine    Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the coarse granular casts present in a Coarse Granular Cast
urine specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the fatty casts present in a urine         Fatty Cast Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the fine granular casts present in a urine Fine Granular Cast
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the granular (coarse and fine) casts       Granular Cast
present in a urine specimen.                                Measurement
A measurement of the fine granular casts present in a urine Granular Fine Cast
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the hyaline casts present in a urine       Hyaline Cast
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the mixed (the cast contains a mixture Mixed Cast Count
of cell types) casts present in a urine specimen.

A measurement of the red blood cell casts present in a         Red Blood Cell Cast
urine specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the squamous epithelial cells present in    Squamous Epithelial
a urine specimen.                                            Cell Count
A measurement of the squamous transitional epithelial        Squamous Transitional
cells present in a urine specimen.                           Epithelial Cell Count

A measurement of the tubular epithelial cells present in a   Tubular Epithelial Cell
urine specimen.                                              Count
A measurement of the unclassifiable casts present in a       Unclassified Cast
urine specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the waxy casts present in a urine           Waxy Cell Cast
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the white blood cell casts present in a     White Blood Cell Cast
urine specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the epithelial cell casts present in a      Epithelial-Cast
urine specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the adrenocorticotropic hormone in a        Adrenocorticotropic
biological specimen.                                         Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the cortisol in a biological specimen.      Cortisol Measurement
A measurement of the estradiol in a biological specimen.     Estradiol Measurement

A measurement of the follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in Follicle Stimulating
a biological specimen.                                     Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the fragmented parathyroid hormone in Fragmented Parathyroid
a biological specimen.                                 Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the free testosterone in a biological       Free Testosterone
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the free thyroxine in a biological          Free Thyroxine
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the free triiodothyronine in a biological   Free Triiodothyronine
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the insulin in a biological specimen.       Insulin Measurement
A measurement of the intact parathyroid hormone in a         Intact Parathyroid
biological specimen.                                         Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the luteinizing hormone in a biological     Luteinizing Hormone
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the progesterone hormone in a               Progesterone
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the somatotrophin (growth) hormone in       Somatotropin
a biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound) testosterone     Total Testosterone
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound) thyroxine in a   Total Thyroxine
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of any opiate class drug present in a          Opiate Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the          Lymphoma Cell to
malignant lymphocytes to all lymphocytes in a biological     Lymphocyte Ratio
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the mature   Mature Plasma Cell to
plasma cells (plasmacytes) to all lymphocytes in a           Lymphocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium acid urate crystals              Acid Urate Crystal
present in a biological specimen.                              Measurement
A measurement of the anti-double stranded DNA antibody         Anti-Double Stranded
in a biological specimen.                                      DNA Measurement
A measurement of the antinuclear antibodies (antibodies        Antinuclear Antibody
that attack the body's own tissue) in a biological specimen.   Measurement

A measurement of the 5'-nucleotidase in a biological           5 Prime Nucleotidase
specimen.                                                      Measurement

A measurement of the 6-monoacetylmorphine present in a       6-Monoacetylmorphine
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the acetylcholine hormone in a              Acetylcholine
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the adiponectin hormone in a biological     Adiponectin
specimen.                                                    Measurement
The ratio of albumin to globulin in a blood specimen.        Albumin to Globulin
                                                             Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the aldosterone hormone in a biological Aldosterone
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the          Alkaline Phosphatase to
alkaline phosphatase to creatinine in a biological specimen. Creatinine Ratio
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the alpha form of glutathione S-            Alpha Glutathione-S-
transferase in a biological specimen.                        Transferase
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the ammonia in a biological specimen. Ammonia Measurement

A measurement of the androstenediol metabolite in a       Androstenediol
biological specimen.                                      Metabolite
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the androstenedione hormone in a         Androstenedione
biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensin I hormone in a           Angiotensin I
biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensin II hormone in a          Angiotensin II
biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensinogen hormone in a         Angiotensinogen
biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of any antidepressant class drug present Antidepressant
in a biological specimen.                                 Measurement
A measurement of the antidiuretic hormone in a biological Antidiuretic Hormone
specimen.                                                 Measurement
A measurement of the atrial natriuretic peptide in a      Atrial Natriuretic Peptide
biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of any benzodiazepine class drug present Benzodiazepine
in a biological specimen.                                 Measurement
A measurement of the total bile acids in a biological     Bile Acid Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the calcitonin hormone in a biological   Calcitonin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the calcitriol hormone in a biological   Calcitriol Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the       Calcium to Creatinine
calcium to creatinine in a biological specimen.           Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the             Chloride to Creatinine
chloride to creatinine in a biological specimen.                Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the cholecystokinin hormone in a               Cholecystokinin
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of the codeine present in a biological            Codeine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of corticosterone in a biological specimen. Corticosterone
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the corticotropin releasing hormone in a Corticotropin Releasing
biological specimen.                                      Hormone Measurement


A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the BB-         Creatine Kinase BB to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MB-         Creatine Kinase MB to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MM-         Creatine Kinase MM to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the dehydroepiandrosterone hormone in          Dehydroepiandrosterone
a biological specimen.                                          Measurement


A measurement of the deoxypyridinoline in a biological   Deoxypyridinoline
specimen.                                                Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the      Deoxypyridinoline to
deoxypyridinoline to creatinine in a biological specimen.Creatinine Ratio
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the dihydrocodeine present in a         Dihydrocodeine
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the dihydrotestosterone hormone in a    Dihydrotestosterone
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the dopamine hormone in a biological    Dopamine
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the epinephrine hormone in a biological Epinephrine
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the erythropoietin hormone in a         Erythropoietin
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the estriol hormone in a biological     Estriol Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the estrone hormone in a biological     Estrone Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the ethanol present in a biological     Ethanol Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the      Gamma Glutamyl
gamma glutamyl transferase to creatinine in a biological Transferase to
specimen.                                                Creatinine Ratio
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the gastrin hormone in a biological     Gastrin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the glucagon hormone in a biological    Glucagon Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the       Glucose to Creatinine
glucose to creatinine in a biological specimen.           Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the glutamate dehydrogenase in a         Glutamate
biological specimen.                                      Dehydrogenase
                                                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the       Glutathione-S-
glutathione S-transferase to creatinine in a biological   Transferase to
specimen.                                                 Creatinine Ratio
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the gonadotropin releasing hormone in    Gonadotropin Releasing
a biological specimen.                                    Hormone Measurement


A measurement of the growth hormone inhibiting hormone Growth Hormone
in a biological specimen.                                Inhibiting Hormone
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the growth hormone releasing hormone Growth Hormone
in a biological specimen.                                Releasing Hormone
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the homovanillic acid metabolite in a   Homovanillic Acid
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the hydrocodone present in a biological Hydrocodone
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the hydromorphone present in a          Hydromorphone
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the insulin-like growth factor-1 in a   Insulin Like Growth
biological specimen.                                     Factor-1 Measurement
A measurement of the insulin-like growth factor-2 in a   Insulin Like Growth
biological specimen.                                     Factor-2 Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 1 in a biological       Interleukin 1
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 10 in a biological      Interleukin 10
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 11 in a biological      Interleukin 11
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 12 in a biological      Interleukin 12
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 13 in a biological      Interleukin 13
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 14 in a biological      Interleukin 14
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 15 in a biological      Interleukin 15
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 16 in a biological      Interleukin 16
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 17 in a biological      Interleukin 17
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 18 in a biological      Interleukin 18
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 19 in a biological      Interleukin 19
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 2 in a biological       Interleukin 2
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 20 in a biological      Interleukin 20
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 21 in a biological      Interleukin 21
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 22 in a biological      Interleukin 22
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 23 in a biological      Interleukin 23
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 24 in a biological      Interleukin 24
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 25 in a biological      Interleukin 25
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 26 in a biological      Interleukin 26
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 27 in a biological      Interleukin 27
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 28 in a biological      Interleukin 28
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 29 in a biological      Interleukin 29
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 3 in a biological       Interleukin 3
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 30 in a biological      Interleukin 30
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 31 in a biological      Interleukin 31
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 32 in a biological      Interleukin 32
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 33 in a biological      Interleukin 33
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 4 in a biological       Interleukin 4
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 5 in a biological       Interleukin 5
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 6 in a biological       Interleukin 6
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 7 in a biological       Interleukin 7
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 8 in a biological       Interleukin 8
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 9 in a biological       Interleukin 9
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 1   Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                                Isoenzyme 1
                                                         Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 2 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 2
                                                       Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 3 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 3
                                                       Measurement
A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 4 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 4
                                                       Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 5 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 5
                                                       Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate Lactate Dehydrogenase
dehydrogenase to creatinine in a biological specimen.       to Creatinine Ratio
                                                            Measurement

A measurement of the lactic acid in a biological specimen.   Lactic Acid
                                                             Measurement

A relative measure (ratio or percentage) of the large        Large Unstained Cells to
unstained cells to leukocytes in a biological specimen.      Leukocytes Ratio
                                                             Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate  LDH Isoenzyme 1 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 1 to total lactate dehydrogenase     LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate  LDH Isoenzyme 2 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 2 to total lactate dehydrogenase     LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate  LDH Isoenzyme 3 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 3 to total lactate dehydrogenase     LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate  LDH Isoenzyme 4 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 4 to total lactate dehydrogenase     LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate  LDH Isoenzyme 5 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 5 to total lactate dehydrogenase     LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                    Measurement
A measurement of the leptin hormone in a biological          Leptin Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the         Magnesium to
magnesium to creatinine in a biological specimen.           Creatinine Ratio
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of the melatonin hormone in a biological      Melatonin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the methadone present in a biological      Methadone
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the methaqualone present in a              Methaqualone
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the morphine present in a biological       Morphine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the mu form of glutathione S-              Mu Glutathione-S-
transferase in a biological specimen.                       Transferase
                                                            Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the mu      Mu Glutathione-S-
gamma glutamyl transpeptidase to creatinine in a biological Transferase to
specimen.                                                   Creatinine Ratio
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of myoglobin in a biological specimen.        Myoglobin Measurement
A measurement of N-acetyl glucosamide in a biological         N-Acetyl Glucosamide
specimen.                                                     Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the N-        N-Acetyl Glucosamide
acetyl glucosamide to creatinine in a biological specimen.    to Creatinine Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A measurement of the neuropeptide Y in a biological           Neuropeptide Y
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the norepinephrine hormone in a              Noradrenaline
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the osmoles of solute per unit of            Osmolality
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the oxycodone present in a biological        Oxycodone
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the oxytocin hormone in a biological         Oxytocin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the phencyclidine present in a biological Phencyclidine
specimen.                                                  Measurement

A measurement of the phenothiazine present in a biological    Phenothiazine
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Phosphate to Creatinine
phosphate to creatinine in a biological specimen.             Ratio Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Potassium to Creatinine
potassium to creatinine in a biological specimen.             Ratio Measurement

A measurement of the prolactin hormone in a biological        Prolactin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the propoxyphene present in a                Propoxyphene
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the protein   Protein to Creatinine
to creatinine in a biological specimen.                       Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the pseudoephedrine present in a             Pseudoephedrine
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the reactive lymphocytes (lymphocytes        Reactive Lymphocyte
which have become large due to an antigen reaction) in a      Count Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the renin in a biological specimen.          Renin Measurement

A measurement of the secretin hormone in a biological         Secretin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the serotonin hormone in a biological        Serotonin Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the sodium    Sodium to Creatinine
to creatinine in a biological specimen.                       Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the sorbitol dehydrogenase in a              Sorbitol Dehydrogenase
biological specimen.                                          Measurement

A measurement of the thrombopoietin hormone in a              Thrombopoietin
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the thyrotropin releasing hormone in a       Thyrotropin Releasing
biological specimen.                                          Hormone Measurement
A measurement of the vanillyl mandelic acid metabolite in a Vanillyl Mandelic Acid
biological specimen.                                        Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin A in a biological specimen.      Vitamin A Measurement

A measurement of the thiamine in a biological specimen.   Vitamin B1
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B17 in a serum specimen. Vitamin B17
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the riboflavin in a biological specimen. Vitamin B2
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the niacin in a biological specimen.     Vitamin B3
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B5 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B5
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B6 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B6
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B7 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B7
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin C in a biological specimen. Vitamin C Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin D2 in a biological specimen. Vitamin D2
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin D3 in a biological specimen. Vitamin D3
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin E in a biological specimen. Vitamin E Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin K in a biological specimen.      Vitamin K Measurement

A measurement of the volume of a biological specimen.           Volume Measurement
Terminology used for Laboratory Tests of the CDISC              CDISC SDTM
Standard Data Tabulation Model.                                 Laboratory Test
                                                                Terminology by Name
A measurement of the inequality in the size of the red blood Anisocytosis
cells in a whole blood specimen.
A measurement of the odd-shaped erythrocytes in a whole Poikilocytosis
blood specimen.
A measurement of the total bilirubin in a biological            Total Bilirubin
specimen.
A measurement of the length of time that it takes for           Partial Thromboplastin
clotting to occur when reagents are added to a plasma           Time
specimen. The test is partial due to the absence of tissue
factor (Factor III) from the reaction mixture.
A measurement of the glucose in a biological specimen.          Plasma Glucose
                                                                Measurement
A measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a fluid on a scale of pH
0 to 14.
A measurement of the total erythrocytes per unit of a           Erythrocyte Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the reticulocytes per unit of a biological Reticulocyte Count
specimen.
A count of the leukocytes per unit of a biological specimen. Leukocyte Count

A measurement of the lymphocytes per unit of a biological     Lymphocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the platelets per unit of a biological       Platelet Count
specimen.
A measurement of the urea nitrogen in a blood specimen.    Blood Urea Nitrogen
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the cholesterol in a biological specimen. Serum Total Cholesterol
                                                           Measurement

A measurement of the high density lipoprotein cholesterol     Serum HDL Cholesterol
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement

A measurement of the low density lipoprotein cholesterol in   Serum LDL Cholesterol
a biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A blood clotting measurement that evaluates the extrinsic     Prothrombin Time
pathway of coagulation and is expressed in units of time or
percent activity.
A measurement of the neutrophils per unit of a biological     Absolute Neutrophil
specimen.                                                     Count
A measurement of the albumin protein in a biological          Albumin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the alkaline phosphatase in a biological     Alkaline Phosphatase
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the alanine aminotransferase in a            Alanine
biological specimen.                                          Aminotransferase
                                                              Measurement
A measurement of the pancreatic enzyme amylase in a           Amylase Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the aspartate aminotransferase in a          Aspartate
biological specimen.                                          Aminotransferase
                                                              Measurement
A measurement of the bacteria in a biological specimen.       Bacterial Count

A measurement of the basophils per unit of a biological       Total Basophil Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Basophil To Leukocyte
basophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.             Ratio
A measurement of the conjugated or water-soluble bilirubin    Direct Bilirubin
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the unconjugated or non-water-soluble        Indirect Bilirubin
bilirubin in a biological specimen.                           Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the blasts    Blast To Leukocyte
to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                       Ratio
A measurement of the calcium in a biological specimen.        Calcium Measurement

A measurement of the total creatine kinase in a biological    Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the homozygous B-type creatine kinase        Creatine Kinase BB
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the heterozygous MB-type creatine            Creatine Kinase MB
kinase in a biological specimen.                              Measurement
A measurement of the homozygous M-type creatine kinase        Creatine Kinase MM
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the chloride in a biological specimen.       Chloride Measurement

A measurement of the carbon dioxide gas in a biological       Carbon Dioxide
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the color of a biological specimen.           Color Assessment
A measurement of the creatinine in a biological specimen.      Creatinine Measurement

A measurement of the C reactive protein in a biological        C-Reactive Protein
specimen.                                                      Measurement
A measurement of the elliptocytes per unit of a biological     Elliptocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the eosinophils per unit of a biological      Eosinophil Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Eosinophil To Leukocyte
eosinophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.            Ratio
A measurement of the epithelial cells in a biological          Epithelial Cell Count
specimen.
A measurement of the fibrinogen in a biological specimen.      Fibrinogen
                                                               Measurement
The percentage of a whole blood specimen that is               Hematocrit
composed of red blood cells (erythrocytes).
A quantitative measurement of the mean amount of               Erythrocyte Mean
hemoglobin per erythrocyte in a biological specimen.           Corpuscular
                                                               Hemoglobin
A quantitative measurement of the mean amount of               Erythrocyte Mean
hemoglobin per erythrocytes in a specified volume of a         Corpuscular
biological specimen.                                           Hemoglobin
                                                               Concentration
A quantitative measurement of the mean volume of               Erythrocyte Mean
erythrocytes in a biological specimen.                         Corpuscular Volume
A value derived from mean corpuscular volume and the           Erythrocyte Distribution
standard deviation of the red blood cell volume in a whole     Width Measurement
blood specimen.
A measurement of dacryocytes per unit of a biological          Dacryocyte Analysis
specimen.
An observation which indicates that the hemoglobin             Hypochromia
concentration in a red blood cell specimen has fallen below
a specified level.
A measurement of the blue-staining characteristic of newly     Polychromasia
generated erythrocytes.
A ratio that represents the prothrombin time for a plasma      International Normalized
specimen, divided by the result for a control plasma           Ratio of Prothrombin
specimen, further standardized for the International           Time
Sensitivity Index of the tissue factor (thromboplastin) used
in the test.
A measurement of the very low density lipoprotein          Serum VLDL
cholesterol in a biological specimen.                      Cholesterol
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the pancreatic lipase in a biological     Triacylglycerol Lipase
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the sodium in a biological specimen.      Sodium Measurement
A measurement of the nitrite in a urine specimen.          Nitrite Measurement
A measurement of the triglycerides in a biological         Triglyceride
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the thyrotropin in a biological specimen. Thyrotropin
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the urate in a biological specimen.       Urate Measurement
A measurement of the urea in a biological specimen.        Urea Measurement
A measurement of the urobilinogen in a biological            Urobilinogen
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B12 in a serum specimen.        Vitamin B12
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the atypical lymphocytes per unit of a      Atypical Lymphocyte
biological specimen.                                         Count
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the atypical Atypical Lymphocyte To
lymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.          Leukocyte Ratio

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Lymphocyte To
lymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.           Leukocyte Ratio
A measurement of the macrocytes per unit of a biological      Macrocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the microcytes per unit of a biological      Microcyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the monocytes per unit of a biological       Monocyte Count
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Monocyte To Leukocyte
monocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.             Ratio
A relative measure (ratio or percentage) of the myeloblasts   Myeloblast To
to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                       Leukocyte Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Myelocyte To Leukocyte
myelocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.            Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Neutrophil To Leukocyte
neutrophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.           Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of               Reticulocyte To
reticulocytes to erythrocytes in a biological specimen.       Erythrocyte Ratio
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of               Prolymphocyte To
prolymphocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen.        Leukocyte Ratio
A measurement of the banded neutrophils per unit of a         Neutrophil Band Form
biological specimen.                                          Count
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the banded    Neutrophil Band Form
neutrophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.           To Leukocyte Ratio

                                                         Specific Gravity
A ratio of the density of a fluid to the density of water.
A measurement of the magnesium in a biological           Magnesium
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the gamma glutamyl transferase in a     Gamma Glutamyl
biological specimen.                                     Transpeptidase
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the hemoglobin in a biological          Hemoglobin
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the glycosylated hemoglobin in a        Glycosylated
biological specimen.                                     Hemoglobin
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the surface antigen reaction of a       Hepatitis B Virus
biological specimen to the Hepatitis B virus.            Surface Antigen
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the Choriogonadotropin Beta in a        Choriogonadotropin
biological specimen.                                     Beta Measurement
A measurement of the potassium in a biological specimen. Potassium
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the ketones in a biological specimen.   Ketone Measurement
A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase in a               Lactate Dehydrogenase
biological specimen.                                          Measurement

A measurement of the enzyme which indicates the            Leukocyte Esterase
presence of white blood cells in a biological specimen.    Measurement
A measurement of the phosphate in a biological specimen. Phosphate
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of a group of complex organic                Total Protein
macromolecules composed of one or more alpha-L-amino Measurement
acid chains in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the prostate specific antigen in a        Prostate Specific
biological specimen.                                       Antigen Measurement
A measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that        Creatinine Clearance
would be cleared of creatinine by excretion of urine for a
specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).
A measurement of the hairy cells (b-cell lymphocytes with Hairy Cell Count
hairy projections from the cytoplasm) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the blast cells in a biological specimen. Blast Count

A count of the CD19 B cells per unit of a biological          CD19 Expressing B Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD3 T cells per unit of a biological           CD3 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD4 T cells per unit of a biological           CD4 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A count of the CD8 T cells per unit of a biological           CD8 Expressing T Cell
specimen.                                                     Count
A measurement of the Dohle bodies (blue-gray, basophilic,     Dohle Body
leukocyte inclusions located in the peripheral cytoplasm of   Measurement
neutrophils) in a biological specimen.

The distance (e.g. millimeters) that red blood cells settle in Erythrocyte
unclotted blood over a specified unit of time (e.g. one hour). Sedimentation Rate
                                                               Measurement
A measurement of the hypersegmented (more than five            Hypersegmented
lobes) neutrophils in a biological specimen.                   Neutrophil Measurement

A measurement of the malignant lymphocytes in a           Lymphoma Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the May-Hegglin anomaly in a blood       May-Hegglin Anomaly
sample. This anomaly is characterized by large, misshapen Measurement
platelets and the presence of Dohle bodies in leukocytes.

A measurement of the metamyelocytes (small, myelocytic Metamyelocyte Count
neutrophils with an indented nucleus) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the Pappenheimer Bodies (violet or blue Pappenheimer Body
staining, ferritin granules usually found along the periphery Count
of the red blood cells) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the Pelger Huet Anomaly (nuclei of           Pelger Huet Anomaly
neutrophils and eosinophils appear rod-like, spherical or     Measurement
dumbbell shaped) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the plasmacytoid lymphocytes                 Plasmacytoid
(lymphocytes with peripherally clumped chromatin and          Lymphocyte Count
often deep blue cytoplasm, and that appear similar to
plasma cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the precursor (blast stage) plasma cells     Precursor Plasma Cell
(antibody secreting cells derived from B cells via antigen    Count
stimulation) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the prolymphocytes in a biological           Prolymphocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the promonocytes per unit of a               Promonocyte Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the promyelocytes (immature                  Promyelocyte Count
myelocytes) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the number of stacking red blood cells       Rouleaux Formation
within a biological specimen.                                 Count
A measurement of the Sezary cells (atypical lymphocytes       Sezary Cell Count
with cerebriform nuclei) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the sickle cells (sickle shaped red blood Sickle Cell Count
cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the smudge cells (the nuclear remnant Smudge Cell Count
of a ruptured white blood cell) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the neutrophils containing small             Vacuolated Neutrophil
vacuoles in a biological specimen.                            Count
A measurement of the leukemic blasts (lymphoblasts that       Leukemic Blast Count
remain in an immature state even when outside the bone
marrow) in a biological specimen.

A measurement of the monoblast cells per unit of a            Monoblast Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the myeloblast cells per unit of a           Myeloblast Count
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of               Acanthocyte to
acanthocytes to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.    Erythrocyte Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of bite cells    Bite Cell to Erythrocyte
(erythrocytes with the appearance of a bite having been       Ratio Measurement
removed, due to oxidative hemolysis) to all erythrocytes in
a biological specimen .
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD19 B        CD19 B Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.            Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD3 T         CD3 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.            Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 T         CD4 T Cell to CD8 T
cells to the CD8 T cells in a biological specimen.            Cell Ratio Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 T         CD4 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.            Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD8 T         CD8 T Cell to
cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.            Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hairy         Hairy Cell to
cells (b-cell lymphocytes with hairy projections from the         Lymphocyte Ratio
cytoplasm) to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen .          Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Leukemic Blast to
leukemic blasts (immature lymphoblasts) to mature                 Lymphocyte Ratio
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                             Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Malignant Cell to Blood
malignant cells of all types to all blood cells in a biological   Cell Ratio Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Metamyelocyte to
metamyelocytes (small, myelocytic neutrophils with an             Leukocyte Ratio
indented nucleus) to all leukocytes in a biological               Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Monoblast to Leukocyte
monoblasts to leukocytes in a biological specimen.                Ratio Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Nucleated Red Blood
nucleated erythrocytes (large, immature nucleated                 Cell to Erythrocyte Ratio
erythrocytes) to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.       Measurement


A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Plasmacytoid
plasmacytoid lymphocytes (lymphocytes with peripherally           Lymphocyte to
clumped chromatin and often deep blue cytoplasm, and              Lymphocyte Ratio
that appear similar to plasma cells) to all lymphocytes in a      Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Poikilocyte to
poikilocytes, or irregularly shaped erythrocytes, to all          Erythrocyte Ratio
erythrocytes in a biological specimen.                            Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the               Precursor Plasma Cell
precursor (blast stage) plasma cells (antibody secreting          to Lymphocyte Ratio
cells derived from B cells via antigen stimulation) to all        Measurement
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Prolymphocyte to
prolymphocytes to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.    Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                               Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Promonocyte to
promonocytes to all leukocytes in a biological specimen.       Lymphocyte Ratio
                                                               Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Promyelocyte to
promyelocytes (immature myelocytes) to all leukocytes in a Lymphocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Reactive Lymphocyte to
reactive lymphocytes (lymphocytes which have become            Lymphocyte Ratio
large due to an antigen reaction) to all lymphocytes in a      Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage of the Sezary Sezary Cell to
cells (atypical lymphocytes with cerebriform nuclei) to all    Lymphocyte Ratio
lymphocytes in a biological specimen.                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the sickle Sickle Cell to
cells (sickle shaped red blood cells) to all erythrocytes in a Erythrocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the Auer rods (elongated needle            Auer Rod Measurement
structures that are found in the cytoplasm of leukemic
blasts and are formed by clumps of azurophilic granular
material) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the Helmet cells (specialized              Helmet Cell Count
Keratocytes with two projections on either end that are
tapered and hornlike) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the large, peroxidase-negative cells       Large Unstained Cell
which cannot be further characterized (i.e. as large        Count
lymphocytes, virocytes, or stem cells) present in a
biological specimen.
A measurement of the malignant cells of all types in a      Malignant Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the mature plasma cells (plasmacytes)      Mature Plasma Cell
in a biological specimen.                                   Count
A measurement of the myelocytes per unit of a biological    Myelocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the spermatozoa cells present in a         Spermatozoa Cell Count
biological specimen.
A measurement of the yeast cells present in a biological    Yeast Cell Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the amorphous (Note: phosphate or          Amorphous Crystal
urate, depending on pH) crystals present in a biological    Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the amorphous sediment present in a        Amorphous Sediment
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the bicarbonate in a biological specimen   Bicarbonate
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of the bilirubin crystals present in a        Bilirubin Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the calcium carbonate crystals present Calcium Carbonate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the calcium oxalate crystals present in a Calcium Oxalate Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the calcium phosphate crystals present Calcium Phosphate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the cholesterol crystals present in a      Cholesterol Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A statement that indicates crystals were looked for and not Crystal Present Or
found in a biological specimen.                             Absent
A measurement of the cystine crystals present in a          Cystine Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the folic acid in a biological specimen.   Folic Acid Measurement

A measurement of the free carnitine in a biological         Free Carnitine
specimen.                                                   Measurement
A measurement of the fructosamine in a biological           Fructosamine
specimen.                                                   Measurement

A measurement of the iron in a biological specimen.         Iron Measurement
A measurement of the leucine crystals present in a          Leucine Crystal
biological specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the monosodium urate crystals present      Monosodium Urate
in a biological specimen.                                   Crystal Measurement
A measurement of the total carnitine in a biological           Total Carnitine
specimen.                                                      Measurement
A measurement of the triple phosphate crystals present in      Tyrosine Crystal
a biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the uric acid crystals present in a           Uric Acid Crystal
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A computed estimate of the unmeasured anions (those            Anion Gap
other than the chloride and bicarbonate anions) in a           Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the blood in body products such as a          Occult Blood
stool sample, not detectable on gross examination.             Measurement
A measurement of any amphetamine class drug present in         Amphetamine Drug
a biological specimen.                                         Class Measurement
A measurement of any barbiturate class drug present in a       Barbiturate Drug Class
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of any cannabinoid class drug present in a       Cannabinoid Drug Class
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the cocaine present in a biological           Cocaine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the round epithelial cells present in a       Round Epithelial Cell
urine specimen.                                                Count
A measurement of the acanthocytes per unit of a biological     Acanthocyte Count
specimen.
A measurement of the bite cells (erythrocytes with the         Bite Cell Count
appearance of a bite having been removed, due to
oxidative hemolysis) in a biological specimen .
A measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes                  Burr Cell Count
characterized by the presence of small, blunt projections
evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the Cabot rings (red-purple staining,         Cabot Ring Count
threadlike, ring or figure 8 shaped filaments in an
erythrocyte) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes                  Crenated Cell
characterized by the presence of multiple small, sharp         Measurement
projections evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a
biological specimen.
A measurement of the Howell-Jolly bodies (spherical, blue-     Howell-Jolly Body
black condensed DNA inclusions within the body of a red        Measurement
blood cell that appear under Wright-stain) in a biological
specimen.
A measurement of the nucleated erythrocytes (large,            Nucleated Red Blood
immature nucleated erythrocytes) in a biological specimen.     Cell Count


A measurement of the schistocytes (fragmented red blood Schistocyte Count
cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the spherocytes (small, sphere-shaped Spherocyte Count
red blood cells) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the stomatocytes (red blood cells with      Stomatocyte Count
an oval or rectangular area of central pallor, producing the
appearance of a cell mouth) in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the Heinz bodies (small round                    Heinz-Ehrlich Body
inclusions within the body of a red blood cell) in a biological   Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis A Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis A virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis B Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis B virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the surface antibody reaction of a               Hepatitis C Surface
biological specimen to the Hepatitis C virus.                     Antibody Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-1 Antibody
specimen to the HIV-1 virus.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-1 HIV-2 Antibody
specimen to the either the HIV-1 or HIV-2 virus.                  Measurement
A measurement of the antibody reaction of a biological            HIV-2 Antibody
specimen to the HIV-2 virus.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the antibodies produced by cellular              Rapid Plasma Reagin
damage caused by Treponema pallidum (syphilis) in a               Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the rheumatoid factor antibody in a              Rheumatoid Factor
biological specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the amount of iron needed to fully               Total Iron Binding
saturate the transferrin in a serum specimen.                     Capacity
A measurement of the binding capacity of unsaturated iron         Unsaturated Iron
in a biological specimen.                                         Binding Capacity
                                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the mucous threads present in a                  Mucous Thread
biological specimen.                                              Measurement
A measurement of the opacity of a biological specimen.            Turbidity Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis A viral load in a biological       Hepatitis A Viral Load
specimen using polymerase chain reaction.                         PCR Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis B viral load in a sample           Hepatitis B Viral Load
using polymerase chain reaction.                                  PCR Measurement
A measurement of the hepatitis C viral load in a sample           Hepatitis C Viral Load
using polymerase chain reaction.                                  PCR Measurement
A measurement of the HIV viral load in a specimen using           HIV Viral Load PCR
polymerase chain reaction.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the giant (larger than 7um in diameter)          Giant Platelet Count
platelets in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the large (between 4 um and 7um in               Large Platelet Count
diameter) platelets in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the average size of the platelets present        Mean Platelet Volume
in a blood sample.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the aldolase enzyme in a biological              Aldolase Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the alpha fetoprotein in a biological            Alpha-fetoprotein
specimen.                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the apolipoprotein A1 in the high density        Apolipoprotein A1
lipoproteins of a biological specimen.                            Measurement
A measurement of the apolipoprotein B in the low density          Apolipoprotein B
lipoproteins of a biological specimen.                            Measurement
A measurement of the brain (B-type) natriuretic peptide in a      Brain Natriuretic Peptide
biological specimen.                                              Measurement

A measurement of the C (connecting) peptide of insulin in a C-peptide Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the ferritin in a biological specimen.    Ferritin Measurement
A measurement of the globulin protein in a biological      Globulin Protein
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the glutamate in a biological specimen.   Glutamate
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the haptoglobin protein in a biological   Haptoglobin Protein
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the homocysteine amino acid in a          Homocysteine Acid
biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the N-telopeptide in a biological         N-telopeptide
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the osteocalcin in a biological specimen. Osteocalcin
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the sex hormone binding (globulin)        Sex Hormone Binding
protein in a biological specimen.                          Protein Measurement


A measurement of the thyroxine binding globulin protein in Thyroxine Binding
a biological specimen.                                       Globulin Protein
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound)                  Triiodothyronine
triiodothyronine in a biological specimen.                   Measurement
A measurement of the binding of triiodothyonine to           Triiodothyronine Uptake
thyroxine binding globulin protein in a biological specimen. Measurement

A measurement of the actin binding troponin in a biological   Troponin I Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the tropomyosin binding troponin in a   Troponin T
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the total tumor necrosis factor         Tumor Necrosis Factor
(cachexin) cytokine in a biological specimen.            Measurement
                                                         Blood Urea Nitrogen To
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) (ratio) of the
blood urea nitrogen (BUN) to the creatinine in a blood   Creatinine Ratio
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the hippuric acid crystals present in a Hippuric Acid Crystal
urine specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the sulfa crystals present in a urine   Sulfa Crystal
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the triple phosphate crystals present inTriple Phosphate Crystal
a urine specimen.                                        Measurement
A measurement of the unclassifiable crystals present in aUnclassified Crystal
urine specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium biurate crystals present   Urine Ammonium
in a biological specimen.                                Biurate Crystal
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium oxalate crystals present Urine Ammonium
in a urine specimen.                                     Oxalate Crystal
                                                         Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the      Albumin To Creatinine
albumin to the creatinine in a urine specimen.           Protein Ratio
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the bacterial casts present in a urine  Bacterial Cast
specimen.                                                Measurement
A statement that indicates casts were looked for and not Cast Present Or Absent
found in a biological specimen.
A measurement of the cellular (white blood cell, red blood    Cellular Cast
cell, epithelial and bacterial) casts present in a urine      Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the coarse granular casts present in a       Coarse Granular Cast
urine specimen.                                               Measurement
A measurement of the fatty casts present in a urine           Fatty Cast Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the fine granular casts present in a urine   Fine Granular Cast
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the granular (coarse and fine) casts         Granular Cast
present in a urine specimen.                                  Measurement
A measurement of the fine granular casts present in a urine   Granular Fine Cast
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the hyaline casts present in a urine         Hyaline Cast
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the mixed (the cast contains a mixture       Mixed Cast Count
of cell types) casts present in a urine specimen.

A measurement of the red blood cell casts present in a        Red Blood Cell Cast
urine specimen.                                               Measurement
A measurement of the squamous epithelial cells present in     Squamous Epithelial
a urine specimen.                                             Cell Count
A measurement of the squamous transitional epithelial         Squamous Transitional
cells present in a urine specimen.                            Epithelial Cell Count

A measurement of the tubular epithelial cells present in a    Tubular Epithelial Cell
urine specimen.                                               Count
A measurement of the unclassifiable casts present in a        Unclassified Cast
urine specimen.                                               Measurement
A measurement of the waxy casts present in a urine            Waxy Cell Cast
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the white blood cell casts present in a      White Blood Cell Cast
urine specimen.                                               Measurement
A measurement of the epithelial cell casts present in a       Epithelial-Cast
urine specimen.                                               Measurement
A measurement of the adrenocorticotropic hormone in a         Adrenocorticotropic
biological specimen.                                          Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the cortisol in a biological specimen.       Cortisol Measurement
A measurement of the estradiol in a biological specimen.      Estradiol Measurement

A measurement of the follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in Follicle Stimulating
a biological specimen.                                     Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the fragmented parathyroid hormone in Fragmented Parathyroid
a biological specimen.                                 Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the free testosterone in a biological        Free Testosterone
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the free thyroxine in a biological           Free Thyroxine
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the free triiodothyronine in a biological    Free Triiodothyronine
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the insulin in a biological specimen.        Insulin Measurement
A measurement of the intact parathyroid hormone in a           Intact Parathyroid
biological specimen.                                           Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the luteinizing hormone in a biological       Luteinizing Hormone
specimen.                                                      Measurement
A measurement of the progesterone hormone in a                 Progesterone
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the somatotrophin (growth) hormone in         Somatotropin
a biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound) testosterone       Total Testosterone
in a biological specimen.                                      Measurement
A measurement of the total (free and bound) thyroxine in a     Total Thyroxine
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of any opiate class drug present in a            Opiate Measurement
biological specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the            Lymphoma Cell to
malignant lymphocytes to all lymphocytes in a biological       Lymphocyte Ratio
specimen.                                                      Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the mature     Mature Plasma Cell to
plasma cells (plasmacytes) to all lymphocytes in a             Lymphocyte Ratio
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the ammonium acid urate crystals              Acid Urate Crystal
present in a biological specimen.                              Measurement
A measurement of the anti-double stranded DNA antibody         Anti-Double Stranded
in a biological specimen.                                      DNA Measurement
A measurement of the antinuclear antibodies (antibodies        Antinuclear Antibody
that attack the body's own tissue) in a biological specimen.   Measurement

A measurement of the 5'-nucleotidase in a biological           5 Prime Nucleotidase
specimen.                                                      Measurement

A measurement of the 6-monoacetylmorphine present in a       6-Monoacetylmorphine
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the acetylcholine hormone in a              Acetylcholine
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the adiponectin hormone in a biological     Adiponectin
specimen.                                                    Measurement
The ratio of albumin to globulin in a blood specimen.        Albumin to Globulin
                                                             Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the aldosterone hormone in a biological Aldosterone
specimen.                                                    Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the          Alkaline Phosphatase to
alkaline phosphatase to creatinine in a biological specimen. Creatinine Ratio
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the alpha form of glutathione S-            Alpha Glutathione-S-
transferase in a biological specimen.                        Transferase
                                                             Measurement
A measurement of the ammonia in a biological specimen. Ammonia Measurement

A measurement of the androstenediol metabolite in a            Androstenediol
biological specimen.                                           Metabolite
                                                               Measurement
A measurement of the androstenedione hormone in a              Androstenedione
biological specimen.                                           Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensin I hormone in a                 Angiotensin I
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensin II hormone in a                Angiotensin II
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of the angiotensinogen hormone in a               Angiotensinogen
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of any antidepressant class drug present          Antidepressant
in a biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the antidiuretic hormone in a biological       Antidiuretic Hormone
specimen.                                                       Measurement
A measurement of the atrial natriuretic peptide in a            Atrial Natriuretic Peptide
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of any benzodiazepine class drug present          Benzodiazepine
in a biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the total bile acids in a biological           Bile Acid Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the calcitonin hormone in a biological         Calcitonin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the calcitriol hormone in a biological         Calcitriol Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the             Calcium to Creatinine
calcium to creatinine in a biological specimen.                 Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the             Chloride to Creatinine
chloride to creatinine in a biological specimen.                Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the cholecystokinin hormone in a               Cholecystokinin
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of the codeine present in a biological            Codeine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of corticosterone in a biological specimen. Corticosterone
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the corticotropin releasing hormone in a Corticotropin Releasing
biological specimen.                                      Hormone Measurement


A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the BB-         Creatine Kinase BB to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MB-         Creatine Kinase MB to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MM-         Creatine Kinase MM to
type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological   Total Creatine Kinase
specimen.                                                       Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the dehydroepiandrosterone hormone in          Dehydroepiandrosterone
a biological specimen.                                          Measurement


A measurement of the deoxypyridinoline in a biological          Deoxypyridinoline
specimen.                                                       Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the             Deoxypyridinoline to
deoxypyridinoline to creatinine in a biological specimen.       Creatinine Ratio
                                                                Measurement
A measurement of the dihydrocodeine present in a                Dihydrocodeine
biological specimen.                                            Measurement
A measurement of the dihydrotestosterone hormone in a      Dihydrotestosterone
biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the dopamine hormone in a biological      Dopamine
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the epinephrine hormone in a biological   Epinephrine
specimen.                                                  Measurement
A measurement of the erythropoietin hormone in a           Erythropoietin
biological specimen.                                       Measurement
A measurement of the estriol hormone in a biological       Estriol Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the estrone hormone in a biological       Estrone Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the ethanol present in a biological       Ethanol Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the        Gamma Glutamyl
gamma glutamyl transferase to creatinine in a biological   Transferase to
specimen.                                                  Creatinine Ratio
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the gastrin hormone in a biological       Gastrin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the glucagon hormone in a biological      Glucagon Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the        Glucose to Creatinine
glucose to creatinine in a biological specimen.            Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the glutamate dehydrogenase in a          Glutamate
biological specimen.                                       Dehydrogenase
                                                           Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the        Glutathione-S-
glutathione S-transferase to creatinine in a biological    Transferase to
specimen.                                                  Creatinine Ratio
                                                           Measurement
A measurement of the gonadotropin releasing hormone in     Gonadotropin Releasing
a biological specimen.                                     Hormone Measurement


A measurement of the growth hormone inhibiting hormone Growth Hormone
in a biological specimen.                                Inhibiting Hormone
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the growth hormone releasing hormone Growth Hormone
in a biological specimen.                                Releasing Hormone
                                                         Measurement
A measurement of the homovanillic acid metabolite in a   Homovanillic Acid
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the hydrocodone present in a biological Hydrocodone
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the hydromorphone present in a          Hydromorphone
biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the insulin-like growth factor-1 in a   Insulin Like Growth
biological specimen.                                     Factor-1 Measurement
A measurement of the insulin-like growth factor-2 in a   Insulin Like Growth
biological specimen.                                     Factor-2 Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 1 in a biological       Interleukin 1
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 10 in a biological      Interleukin 10
specimen.                                                Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 11 in a biological   Interleukin 11
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 12 in a biological   Interleukin 12
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 13 in a biological   Interleukin 13
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 14 in a biological   Interleukin 14
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 15 in a biological   Interleukin 15
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 16 in a biological   Interleukin 16
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 17 in a biological   Interleukin 17
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 18 in a biological   Interleukin 18
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 19 in a biological   Interleukin 19
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 2 in a biological    Interleukin 2
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 20 in a biological   Interleukin 20
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 21 in a biological   Interleukin 21
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 22 in a biological   Interleukin 22
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 23 in a biological   Interleukin 23
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 24 in a biological   Interleukin 24
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 25 in a biological   Interleukin 25
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 26 in a biological   Interleukin 26
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 27 in a biological   Interleukin 27
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 28 in a biological   Interleukin 28
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 29 in a biological   Interleukin 29
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 3 in a biological    Interleukin 3
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 30 in a biological   Interleukin 30
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 31 in a biological   Interleukin 31
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 32 in a biological   Interleukin 32
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 33 in a biological   Interleukin 33
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 4 in a biological    Interleukin 4
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 5 in a biological    Interleukin 5
specimen.                                             Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 6 in a biological            Interleukin 6
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 7 in a biological            Interleukin 7
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 8 in a biological            Interleukin 8
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the interleukin 9 in a biological            Interleukin 9
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 1        Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                                     Isoenzyme 1
                                                              Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 2 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 2
                                                       Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 3 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 3
                                                       Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 4 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 4
                                                       Measurement

A measurement of the lactate dehydrogenase isoenzyme 5 Lactate Dehydrogenase
in a biological specimen.                              Isoenzyme 5
                                                       Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate Lactate Dehydrogenase
dehydrogenase to creatinine in a biological specimen.       to Creatinine Ratio
                                                            Measurement

A measurement of the lactic acid in a biological specimen.    Lactic Acid
                                                              Measurement

A relative measure (ratio or percentage) of the large         Large Unstained Cells to
unstained cells to leukocytes in a biological specimen.       Leukocytes Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate   LDH Isoenzyme 1 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 1 to total lactate dehydrogenase      LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate   LDH Isoenzyme 2 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 2 to total lactate dehydrogenase      LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate   LDH Isoenzyme 3 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 3 to total lactate dehydrogenase      LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate   LDH Isoenzyme 4 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 4 to total lactate dehydrogenase      LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lactate   LDH Isoenzyme 5 to
dehydrogenase isoenzyme 5 to total lactate dehydrogenase      LDH Ratio
in a biological specimen.                                     Measurement
A measurement of the leptin hormone in a biological           Leptin Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Magnesium to
magnesium to creatinine in a biological specimen.             Creatinine Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A measurement of the melatonin hormone in a biological        Melatonin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the methadone present in a biological        Methadone
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the methaqualone present in a                Methaqualone
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the morphine present in a biological         Morphine Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the mu form of glutathione S-              Mu Glutathione-S-
transferase in a biological specimen.                       Transferase
                                                            Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the mu      Mu Glutathione-S-
gamma glutamyl transpeptidase to creatinine in a biological Transferase to
specimen.                                                   Creatinine Ratio
                                                            Measurement
A measurement of myoglobin in a biological specimen.        Myoglobin Measurement

A measurement of N-acetyl glucosamide in a biological         N-Acetyl Glucosamide
specimen.                                                     Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the N-        N-Acetyl Glucosamide
acetyl glucosamide to creatinine in a biological specimen.    to Creatinine Ratio
                                                              Measurement
A measurement of the neuropeptide Y in a biological           Neuropeptide Y
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the norepinephrine hormone in a              Noradrenaline
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the osmoles of solute per unit of            Osmolality
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the oxycodone present in a biological        Oxycodone
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A measurement of the oxytocin hormone in a biological         Oxytocin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the phencyclidine present in a biological Phencyclidine
specimen.                                                  Measurement

A measurement of the phenothiazine present in a biological    Phenothiazine
specimen.                                                     Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Phosphate to Creatinine
phosphate to creatinine in a biological specimen.             Ratio Measurement

A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the           Potassium to Creatinine
potassium to creatinine in a biological specimen.             Ratio Measurement

A measurement of the prolactin hormone in a biological        Prolactin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the propoxyphene present in a                Propoxyphene
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the protein   Protein to Creatinine
to creatinine in a biological specimen.                       Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the pseudoephedrine present in a             Pseudoephedrine
biological specimen.                                          Measurement
A measurement of the reactive lymphocytes (lymphocytes       Reactive Lymphocyte
which have become large due to an antigen reaction) in a     Count Measurement
biological specimen.
A measurement of the renin in a biological specimen.         Renin Measurement

A measurement of the secretin hormone in a biological        Secretin Measurement
specimen.
A measurement of the serotonin hormone in a biological       Serotonin Measurement
specimen.
A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the sodium   Sodium to Creatinine
to creatinine in a biological specimen.                      Ratio Measurement
A measurement of the sorbitol dehydrogenase in a             Sorbitol Dehydrogenase
biological specimen.                                         Measurement

A measurement of the thrombopoietin hormone in a             Thrombopoietin
biological specimen.                                         Measurement
A measurement of the thyrotropin releasing hormone in a      Thyrotropin Releasing
biological specimen.                                         Hormone Measurement

A measurement of the vanillyl mandelic acid metabolite in a Vanillyl Mandelic Acid
biological specimen.                                        Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin A in a biological specimen.     Vitamin A Measurement

A measurement of the thiamine in a biological specimen.   Vitamin B1
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B17 in a serum specimen. Vitamin B17
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the riboflavin in a biological specimen. Vitamin B2
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the niacin in a biological specimen.     Vitamin B3
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B5 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B5
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B6 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B6
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin B7 in a biological specimen. Vitamin B7
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin C in a biological specimen. Vitamin C Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin D2 in a biological specimen. Vitamin D2
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin D3 in a biological specimen. Vitamin D3
                                                          Measurement
A measurement of the Vitamin E in a biological specimen. Vitamin E Measurement

A measurement of the Vitamin K in a biological specimen.     Vitamin K Measurement

A measurement of the volume of a biological specimen.       Volume Measurement
The terminology that includes terms pertaining to frequency CDISC SDTM
within CDISC.                                               Frequency Terminology

Different than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned. Other
(NCI)
Not known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)         Unknown

Remain in force or carry on without letup; keep or maintain      Continue
in unaltered condition; exist in time or space without stop or
interruption. (NCI)
Two times per day, at unspecified times. (NCI)                   Twice Daily
Two times per week. (NCI)                                        Twice Weekly
Every month. (NCI)                                               Monthly
As needed. (NCI)                                                 As Necessary
Every ten hours. (NCI)                                           Every Ten Hours
Every eleven hours. (NCI)                                        Every Eleven Hours
Every twelve hours. (NCI)                                        Every Twelve Hours
Every thirteen hours. (NCI)                                      Every Thirteen Hours
Every fourteen hours. (NCI)                                      Every Fourteen Hours
Every fifteen hours. (NCI)                                       Every Fifteen Hours
Every sixteen hours. (NCI)                                       Every Sixteen Hours
Every seventeen hours. (NCI)                                     Every Seventeen Hours
Every eighteen hours. (NCI)                                      Every Eighteen Hours
Every nineteen hours. (NCI)                                      Every Nineteen Hours
Every hour. (NCI)                                                Every Hour
Every twenty hours. (NCI)                                        Every Twenty Hours
Every twenty-one hours. (NCI)                                    Every Twenty-One
                                                                 Hours
Every twenty-two hours. (NCI)                                    Every Twenty-Two
                                                                 Hours
Every twenty-three hours. (NCI)                                  Every Twenty-Three
                                                                 Hours
Every twenty-four hours. (NCI)                                   Every Twenty-Four
                                                                 Hours
Every two hours. (NCI)                                           Every Two Hours
Every three hours. (NCI)                                         Every Three Hours
Every four hours. (NCI)                                          Every Four Hours
Every five hours. (NCI)                                          Every Five Hours
Every six hours. (NCI)                                           Every Six Hours
Every seven hours. (NCI)                                         Every Seven Hours
Every eight hours. (NCI)                                         Every Eight Hours
Every nine hours. (NCI)                                          Every Nine Hours
Every other day. (NCI)                                           Every Other Day
Three times per day. (NCI)                                       Three Times Daily
Three times per week. (NCI)                                      Three Times Weekly
Every four weeks. (NCI)                                          Every Four Weeks
Four times per day. (NCI)                                        Four Times Daily
Four times per week. (NCI)                                       Four Times Weekly
Every three days. (NCI)                                          Every Three Days
Every four days. (NCI)                                           Every Four Days
Every three weeks. (NCI)                                         Every Three Weeks
Every two months. (NCI)                                          Every Two Months
Every three months. (NCI)                                        Every Three Months
Every four months. (NCI)                                         Every Four Months
A one time intervention. (NCI)                                   Once
Every week. (NCI)                                                Weekly
Every five days. (NCI)                                           Every Five Days
Every two weeks. (NCI)                                           Every Two Weeks
Twice per month. (NCI)                                           Twice Per Month
Periodically stopping and starting. (NCI)                        Intermittent
Terminology codelist used with Body Position within              CDISC SDTM Body
CDISC.                                                           Position Terminology
The state or act of one who sits; the posture of one who         Sitting
occupies a seat. (NCI)
An anterior recumbent body position whereby the person           Prone Position
lies on its stomach and faces downward. (NCI)
The act of assuming or maintaining an erect upright              Standing
position. (NCI)
A posterior recumbent body position whereby the person           Supine Position
lies on its back and faces upward. (NCI)
A supine position with the person inclined at an angle of 45     Trendelenburg
degrees so that the pelvis is higher than the head. (NCI)

A supine position with the person inclined at an angle of 45 Reverse Trendelenburg
degrees so that the head is higher than the pelvis. (NCI)

A recumbent right lateral side position. (NCI)                   Right Lateral Decubitus
                                                                 Position
A recumbent left lateral side position. (NCI)                    Left Lateral Decubitus
                                                                 Position
A semi-sitting position whereby the head of an adjustable        Fowler's Position
bed is elevated to the desired height, about 60-90 cm, to
produce angulation of the body, usually 45 degrees to 60
degrees. Knees may or may not be bent. (NCI)

A semi-sitting or semi-reclined body position whereby the        Semi-Fowler's Position
head is elevated on an angle of approximately 30 degrees.
(NCI)
Terminology codelist used with ECG Findings and                  CDISC SDTM ECG
Abnormalities within CDISC.                                      Finding Terminology
A heart rate of more than 100 beats per minute, with its         Sinus Tachycardia
origin in the sinus node. (NCI)
A heart rate of less than 60 beats per minute, with its origin   Sinus Bradycardia
in the sinus node. (NCI)
A ventricular arrhythmia characterized by syncopal               Long QT Syndrome
episodes and a long QT interval, sometimes leading to
sudden death due to paroxysmal ventricular arrhythmia.
This arrhythmia is associated with a prolongation of
repolarization following depolarization of the cardiac
ventricles. The prolongation of the Q-T interval combined
with torsades de pointes manifests as several different
forms; some may be acquired or congenital; some may
lead to serious arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death. (NCI)

A condition characterized by the activation of the whole or      Pre-Excitation
some part of the ventricle by the transmission of an atrial      Syndrome
impulse along an accessory pathway rather than by way of
the normal specific conduction system which includes a
delay at the atrioventricular node. (NCI)
A supraventricular tachycardia due to reentry along a circuit    Atrioventricular Nodal
contained within the AV node. AVNRT is the most common           Reentry Tachycardia
form of supraventricular tachycardia and usually presents
as a narrow QRS complex tachycardia at a rate between
150 and 250 beats per minute. (NCI)
An automatic tachycardia originating in the atrioventricular       Junctional Tachycardia
junction, typically arising in the conduction tissues
surrounding the atrioventricular node. A junctional
tachycardia tends to be a regular, narrow complex
tachycardia and usually occurs during myocardial
infarction, after heart surgery, or in digitalis intoxication.
The rate may range from 140 to 250 beats per minute.
(NCI)
A generic expression for any tachycardia that originates in        Supraventricular
the atria or the atrioventricular node. (NCI)                      Tachycardia
A type of ventricular pre-excitation resulting from the            Wolff-Parkinson-White
activation of an accessory pathway known as the Bundle of          Syndrome
Kent. This pathway presents an abnormal electrical
communication from the atria to the ventricles. Wolff-
Parkinson-White syndrome is characterized by a short PR
interval and a long QRS interval with a delta wave. (NCI)

Any rapid heart rhythm originating in the atria. Atrial              Atrial Tachycardia
fibrillation and atrial flutter are varieties of atrial tachycardia.
Atrial tachycardia is an electrical circuit originating in the
upper or atrial chambers. This electrical circuit or focus
takes over and generates rapid impulses across the atrial
chambers. These impulses are transmitted to the
ventricular chambers resulting in a rapid rate. These
arrhythmias may originate from a variety of places across
the atria. They may exist as an isolated problem or be
related to an ongoing structural problem within the heart.
(NCI)
A supraventricular arrhythmia characterized by                       Atrial Fibrillation
uncoordinated atrial myocardium activation due to multiple
reentry circuits with consequent deterioration of atrial
mechanical function. Instead of intermittently contracting,
the atria quiver continuously in a chaotic pattern, causing a
totally irregular, often tachycardia ventricular rate. On the
ECG it is described by the replacement of consistent P
waves by rapid oscillations or fibrillatory waves that vary in
size, shape, and timing, associated with an irregular,
frequently rapid ventricular response when atrioventricular
conduction is intact. (NCI)

Complete failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction     AV Block Third Degree
through the AV node to the ventricles. (NCI)
An atypical rapid polymorphic ventricular tachycardia with a Torsades De Pointes
characteristic rotation of the QRS complex around the
isoelectric baseline. In addition the QRS complex displays
a periodic waxing and waning of amplitude on the
electrogram. (NCI)
An arrhythmia characterized by an irregular pattern of high Ventricular Fibrillation
or low-amplitude waves that cannot be differentiated into
QRS complexes or T waves. These electrocardiographic
waves occur as a result of fibrillary contractions of the
ventricular muscle due to rapid repetitive excitation of
myocardial fibers without coordinated contraction of the
ventricle. (NCI)
A ventricular tachyarrhythmia characterized by a high            Ventricular Flutter
ventricular rate (180 and 250 beats per minute) with a
regular rhythm. The electrocardiogram shows large
oscillating sine wave-like complexes occurring as a result
of QRS complexes and T waves being merged. The P
wave is not visible. (NCI)
A tachycardia arising distal to bundle of His, with a rate       Ventricular Tachycardia
greater than 100 beats per minute. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of an organized rhythmic         Atrial Flutter
contraction of the atria which is generally at a rate of 200-
300 beats per minute. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding phenomena in which the R         R On T Phenomenon
wave occurs on top of the T wave; this can trigger
ventricular fibrillation or ventricular tachycardia. (NCI)
A delay in the time required for the conduction of an            AV Block First Degree
electrical impulse through the atrioventricular (AV) node
beyond 0.2 seconds; prolongation of the PR interval
beyond 200 milliseconds. (NCI)
Intermittent failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction     AV Block Second
through the atrioventricular (AV) node to the ventricles.        Degree
(NCI)
A ventricular tachycardia in which the ventricular activation    Monomorphic
sequence is constant. The morphology of the                      Ventricular Tachycardia
electrocardiographic waveform is unchanging and is
referred to as monomorphic. (NCI)
A ventricular tachycardia in which the ventricular activation    Polymorphic Ventricular
sequence is variable. The morphology of the                      Tachycardia
electrocardiographic waveform is variable and is referred to
as polymorphic. (NCI)
Irregularity of the heartbeat due to a variation in the sinus    Sinus Arrhythmia
rhythm resulting in cyclic changes in the heart rate during
breathing. This rhythm is most commonly seen with
breathing due to fluctuations in parasympathetic vagal
tone. During inspiration stretch receptors in the lungs
stimulate the cardioinhibitory centers in the medulla via
fibers in the vagus nerve. Irregularity of the heartbeat due
to a variation in the sinus rhythm resulting in cyclic changes
in the heart rate during breathing. This rhythm is most
commonly seen with breathing due to fluctuations in
parasympathetic vagal tone. During inspiration stretch
receptors in the lungs stimulate the cardioinhibitory centers
in the medulla via fibers in the vagus nerve. (NCI)


A condition characterized by the site of origin of impulses, Wandering Atrial
controlling the heart rate, changing within the atria,        Pacemaker
including the sinus node. Variations within P waves and PR
intervals occur and an irregular rate of impulse formation is
observed. (NCI)
A failure of impulse formation in the sinus node. Sinus       Sinus Arrest
arrest is indistinguishable from third degree sinoatrial exit
block on the standard ECG. (NCI)
A derangement in the normal functioning of the sinoatrial        Sinus Node Dysfunction
node. Typically, SA node dysfunction is manifest as
sinoatrial exit block or sinus arrest, but may present as an
absolute or relative bradycardia in the presence of a
stressor. It may be associated with bradycardia-tachycardia
syndrome. (NCI)
A constellation of signs and symptoms which may include          Sick Sinus Syndrome
syncope, fatigue, dizziness, and alternating periods of
bradycardia and atrial tachycardia, which is caused by
sinoatrial node dysfunction. (NCI)
A cardiac rhythm resulting from either an abnormal               Ectopic Atrial Rhythm
electrical focus in the atria or intra-atrial reentry. Atrial
ectopic beats (AEB) refer to a contraction of the upper
heart chamber which occurs before it would be expected.
Atrial ectopic beats are also known as premature atrial
beats, premature atrial complex (PAC), or atrial
extrasystole. (NCI)
A PR interval of less than 0.12 seconds. (NCI)                   Short PR Interval
A PR interval of more than 0.20 seconds in adults. (NCI)         Prolonged PR Interval

A type of atrioventricular dissociation characterized by atria   Isorhythmic
and ventricles beating at similar rates, although                Atrioventricular
independently. (NCI)                                             Dissociation
Sudden onset AV block, often associated with preexisting         Paroxysmal
conduction disorders. (NCI)                                      Atrioventricular Block
Inappropriate sinus tachycardia (IST) is a rare form of          Inappropriate Sinus
supraventricular tachycardia involving the sinus node, in        Tachycardia
which a patient has an abnormally high heart rate,
occurring both at rest and in response to stressors (such as
physical activity). (NCI)
Ectopic impulses originating in the ventricles. (NCI)            Ventricular Premature
                                                                 Complex
Ectopic impulses originating in the atria. (NCI)                 Atrial Premature
                                                                 Complex
An initial slurring (delta wave) of the QRS complex due to       EKG Delta Wave
the presence of an accessory pathway. This characteristic
EKG pattern is typically seen in Wolff-Parkinson-White
syndrome. (NCI)
Two sequential ventricular premature complexes. An            Ventricular Couplet
otherwise normal finding, but possibly indicative of
electrical heart disease particularly in comparison with a
single ventricular premature complexes. (NCI)
A supraventricular tachycardia due to reentry along a circuit Atrioventricular
including a concealed AV nodal bypass tract. This             Reentrant Tachycardia
tachycardia circuit proceeds in an antegrade fashion
through the AV node and then is conducted retrograde
through the bypass tract into the atria. (NCI)
The term accelerated idioventricular rhythm describes an    Accelerated
ectopic ventricular rhythm with 3 or more consecutive       Idioventricular Rhythm
ventricular premature beats with a rate faster than the
normal ventricular intrinsic escape rate of 30 to 40 beats
per minute, but slower than ventricular tachycardia.
Accelerated idioventricular rhythm differs from ventricular
tachycardia by additional features such as the onset with a
long coupling interval and the end by a gradual decrease of
the ventricular rate or increase of the sinus rate. (NCI)

An impairment of transmission of the cardiac electrical           Left Anterior Fascicular
impulse along the fibers of the left anterior fascicle. In left   Block
anterior fascicular block (LAFB) the posteroinferior regions
of the left ventricular endocardium are activated abnormally
before the anterosuperior left ventricular area. After
emerging from the posteroinferior division of the left bundle
branch, the impulse first propagates in an inferior,
rightward, and usually anterior direction for a short period
of time. This orientation is responsible for the small Q
waves in leads 1 and aVL and for the R waves in leads II,
III, and aVF. (NCI)
An impairment of transmission of the cardiac electrical           Left Posterior Fascicular
impulse along the fibers of the left posterior fascicle. In       Block
pure left posterior fascicular block (LPFB), the impulse
emerges from the unblocked anterosuperior division, thus
producing small q waves in leads II, III, and aVF.
Thereafter, the impulse moves through the electrically
predominant left ventricle in an inferior and rightward
direction, thus explaining the S waves in leads I and aVL as
well as the R waves in leads II, III, and aVF. (NCI)

An impairment of transmission of the cardiac electrical           Left Bundle Branch
impulse along the fibers of the left main bundle branch, or Block
both the left anterior fascicle and left posterior fascicle. This
conduction disturbance is characterized by wide (greater
than 0.11s) QRS complexes. The diagnostic criteria consist
of prolongation of the QRS complexes (over 0.11s) with
neither a Q wave nor an S wave in lead V1 and in the
properly placed V6. A wide R wave with a notch on its top
(plateau) is seen in these leads. In hearts with an electrical
(and anatomic) vertical position a small Q wave may be
seen in AVL in the absence of MI. Right chest lead V1 may
or may not show an initial R wave, but the latter should be
present in lead V2. (NCI)

An impairment of transmission of the cardiac electrical       Right Bundle Branch
impulse along the fibers of the right bundle branch. A        Block
"complete RBBB pattern" (with QRS duration > 0.11s) does
not necessarily reflect the existence of a total conduction
block in the right branch. This pattern only indicates that
the entire or major parts of both ventricles are activated by
the impulse emerging from the left branch. Thus, a
significant degree of conduction delay ("high-grade" or
"incomplete RBBB") can produce a similar pattern. (NCI)
A delay in transmission of cardiac electrical impulses in the Nonspecific
His-Purkinje system, diagnosed when the QRS is modestly Intraventricular
prolonged (< 120 msec) and the QRS pattern and axis are Conduction Delay
not typical of a hemiblock. The conduction delay is
considered to occur beyond the Purkinje's myocardial
gates and arises from slow cell-to-cell conduction. The
phenomenon is common in patients with acute MI. (NCI)

An electrocardiographic finding of the ST segment                ST Segment
elevation or depression which is not indicative of ischemia      Abnormality
or infarction. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of ST segment depression         ST Depression
below the baseline, often described as up sloping, down
sloping or horizontal. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of ST segment elevation          ST Elevation
above the baseline. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of ST changes consistent         ST Elevation Pericarditis
with pericarditis. (NCI)
Elevation of the J point above the baseline; the J point         J Point Elevation
represents the end of ventricular depolarization and located
at the terminus of the QRS complex. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of changes in the ST             Non-Specific ST-T
segment and T wave that do not meet criteria for ischemia        Changes
or infarction. (NCI)
Any depression occurring in a positive t wave. (NCI)             Notched T-Waves
Lack of progression of R wave height across precordial           Poor R Wave
leads. (NCI)                                                     Progression
A QT interval that is prolonged. The length of the QT            Prolonged QT Interval
interval varies with the heart rate. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which there is an             Electrical Alternans
alternating pattern of any of the waveform components.
(NCI)
A blockage of electrical conduction within the sinoatrial        Sinoatrial Node Exit
node resulting in the failure of impulse transmission from       Block
the sinoatrial node. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding which comprises left, right      EKG Finding Atrial
or bilateral atrial enlargement. (NCI)                           Enlargement
An electrocardiographic finding suggesting underlying            P-mitrale
hypertrophy or dilatation of the left atrium.
Electrocardiographic criteria used for the diagnosis of left
atrial abnormality may include a bifid p wave, a biphasic p
wave and/or a p wave duration of greater than 0.12
seconds. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding suggesting underlying            P-pulmonale
hypertrophy or dilatation of the right atrium.
Electrocardiographic criteria used for the diagnosis of right
atrial abnormality may include a peaked p wave greater
than 2.5 millimeters in amplitude in the inferior leads. (NCI)
A cardiac rhythm resulting from either an abnormal                Ectopic Ventricular
electrical focus in the ventricle. Ventricular ectopic beats      Rhythm
(VEB) refer to a contraction of the lower heart chamber
which occurs before it would be expected. Ventricular
ectopic beats are also known as premature ventricular
beats, premature ventricular complex (PVC), or ventricular
extrasystole. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of a rhythm originating at a      Ectopic Supraventricular
site other than the sinoatrial node, which is also above the      Rhythm
atrioventricular node. (NCI)
A electrocardiographic finding of an electrical phenomenon        2:1 Atrioventricular
in which the ratio of electrical impulse generated above the      Block
atrioventricular node to the number of impulses conducted
through to the ventricles is 2:1. (NCI)

An electrocardiographic finding in which the electrical           Atrioventricular
activity of the atria and ventricles are causally independent     Dissociation
of one another. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding comprising right bundle           Bifascicular Block
branch block and left anterior fascicular block, or right
bundle branch block and left posterior fascicular block.
Defects occurring in two of the three divisions of the
conduction system of the heart are considered bifascicular
blocks. Technically left bundle branch block may be
considered a bifascicular block. (NCI)
An partial impairment of transmission of the cardiac              Incomplete Left Bundle
electrical impulse along the fibers of the left bundle branch.    Branch Block
(NCI)
Various mechanisms may result in a pattern showing an             Incomplete Right Bundle
incomplete right bundle branch block (RBBB). These                Branch Block
include different degrees of conduction delay through the
main trunk of the right bundle branch; increased conduction
time through an elongated right bundle branch; diffuse
Purkinje-myocardial delay due to right ventricular stretch or
dilatation; surgical trauma or disease-related interruption of
the major ramifications of the right branch (distal RBBB or
right fascicular blocks); congenital variations of the
distribution of the major ramifications resulting in a slight
delay in the activation of the crista supraventricularis. (NCI)

An electrocardiographic finding of bundle branch block            Incomplete Bundle
which does not meet the criteria for a more specific bundle       Branch Block
branch block. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which the electrical axis      Multifocal Atrial
of the p wave is variable and the rate is greater than 100        Tachycardia
beats per minute. To meet criteria for multifocal atrial
tachycardia, the p wave must exhibit three distinct
morphologies on the rhythm strip. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which the pacer of the         Junctional Rhythm
heart is located in the AV junction, normally presenting with
a narrow QRS complex and a rate of 60-100 beats per
minute. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of ventricular tachycardia        Sustained Ventricular
greater than 30 seconds in duration. (NCI)                        Tachycardia
An electrocardiographic finding of ventricular tachycardia        Non-Sustained
less than 30 seconds in duration. (NCI)                           Ventricular Tachycardia

An electrocardiographic finding of a normal QRS followed          Bigeminy
by a premature ventricular contraction; a rhythmic pairing of
normal and abnormal beats originating in the ventricles in a
1-1 ratio. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of normal QRS followed by         Trigeminy
a premature ventricular contraction; a rhythmic pairing of
normal and abnormal beats originating from the ventricles
in a 1-2 ratio. (NCI)
Multiple, temporally related, episodes of ventricular             Ventricular Tachycardia
tachycardia or fibrillation, occurring three or more times in a   Storm
24 hour period. (NCI)
A condition that occurs as a result of cAMP-mediated              Adenosine-Sensitive
triggered activity and typically originates from the right        Ventricular Tachycardia
ventricular outflow tract (RVOT). This type of tachycardia
occurs in patients with apparently normal hearts. (NCI)

A well-recognized condition that is believed to result from       Verapamil-Sensitive
triggered activity. Despite its uniform response to               Ventricular Tachycardia
verapamil, however, this uncommon form of ventricular
tachycardia may not be as homogeneous a condition as
first believed. (NCI)
A condition characterized by a pattern of right bundle            Brugada Syndrome
branch block (RBBB) and ST-segment elevation within
electrocardiogram (ECG) leads V1-V3 . This pattern
emerges as a result of a defect in ion channel genes,
resulting in abnormal electrophysiological activity in the
right ventricle and a propensity to malignant
tachyarrhythmias. (NCI)
Ventricular tachyarrhythmias occurring in association with        Short QT Syndrome
short QT syndrome. (NCI)


A distinct subgroup of idiopathic ventricular tachycardia         Fascicular Tachycardia
(VT) that may be confused with either typical VT or
supraventricular tachycardia (SVT). It is characterized by
the absence of structural heart disease and classic
electrocardiographic and electrophysiological features. It
originates from the region of the posterior fascicle (or
occasionally the anterior fascicle) of the left bundle branch
and is partly propagated by the His-Purkinje network. It
therefore produces QRS complexes of relatively short
duration (0.11-0.14)s. (NCI)
An uncommon form of ventricular tachycardia (VT)                  Bundle Branch Re-
incorporating both bundle branches into the reentry circuit.      Entrant Ventricular
Surface electrocardiogram (ECG) of sinus rhythm (SR)              Tachycardia
characteristically shows intraventricular conduction defects.
Patients typically present with presyncope, syncope or
sudden death because of VT with fast rates frequently
above 200 beats per minute. The QRS morphology during
VT is a typical bundle branch block pattern, usually left
bundle branch block, and may be identical to that in SR.
(NCI)
Idiopathic ventricular tachycardia (VT) is a type of           Idiopathic Right Bundle
ventricular tachycardia occurring unrelated to any organic Branch Block
cardiac disease. The abnormality is probably congenital, be
it a focus of abnormal automaticity or myocardial tissue that
can sustain re-entry. The clinical presentation for idiopathic
VT can be very much like a paroxysmal supraventricular
tachycardia. That is, most patients are generally younger
without overt cardiac disease and present with paroxysmal
palpitations. Idiopathic ventricular tachycardia is not
generally life-threatening. (NCI)

Right ventricular outflow tract tachycardia (RVOT) is the     Right Ventricular
most common with a female predominance. It is often           Outflow Tract
exercise induced or enhanced. The site of origin is the right Tachycardia
ventricular outflow tract and hence the electrocardiographic
appearance is that of left bundle branch block and inferior
axis. The mechanism is thought to be abnormal
automaticity that is sensitive to adenosine. (NCI)

Electrocardiographic finding showing a current of injury in     Acute Anterior Wall
leads corresponding to the anatomic region of the anterior      Myocardial Infarction
wall of the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing a current of injury in     Acute Inferior Wall
leads corresponding to the anatomic region of the inferior      Myocardial Infarction
wall of the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing a current of injury in     Acute Lateral Wall
leads corresponding to the anatomic region of the lateral       Myocardial Infarction
wall of the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing a current of injury in     Acute Posterior Wall
leads corresponding to the anatomic region of the posterior     Myocardial Infarction
wall of the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing an injury in leads         Anterior Wall Myocardial
corresponding to the anatomic region of the anterior wall of    Infarction
the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing an injury in leads         Inferior Wall Myocardial
corresponding to the anatomic region of the inferior wall of    Infarction
the heart. (NCI)
A delay in impulse propagation through the atria. (NCI)         Intra-Atrial Conduction
                                                                Delay
An electrocardiographic finding in which the pacer of the       Junctional Bradycardia
heart is located in the AV junction, normally presenting with
a narrow QRS complex at a rate less than 60 beats per
minute. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic finding showing an injury in leads         Lateral Wall Myocardial
corresponding to the anatomic region of the lateral wall of     Infarction
the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic findings suggestive of a hypertrophic      Left Ventricular
left ventricle. (NCI)                                           Hypertrophy
Electrocardiographic findings suggestive of an enlarged         Right Ventricular
right ventricle. (NCI)                                          Hypertrophy
An electrocardiographic finding of a QRS amplitude less         Low QRS Voltage
than or equal to 5mm in the limb leads or QRS amplitude
less than or equal to 10mm in the precordial leads. (NCI)
A myocardial infarction in the absence of observable Q       Non Q Wave Myocardial
wave abnormalities in the ECG. (NCI)                         Infarction
Electrocardiographic finding showing an injury in leads      Posterior Wall
corresponding to the anatomic region of the posterior wall   Myocardial Infarction
of the heart. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic findings suggesting an infarction in    Septal Myocardial
the anatomic location of the cardiac septum. (NCI)           Infarction
An electrocardiographic finding of a T wave which appears    T Wave Abnormality
peaked, inverted, flattened or biphasic. (NCI)
Electrocardiographic findings suggestive of enlarged         Ventricular Hypertrophy
cardiac ventricles. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of an inversion of the T     T Wave Inversion
wave from the expected axis. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which the T wave          T Wave Peaked
appears increased in amplitude and cresting at a point.
(NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which the T wave is       T Waves Biphasic
asymmetric. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding in which the T wave          T Waves Flat
appears decreased in amplitude. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of a small hump following    U Waves
the T wave occurring during the final phase of Purkinje
repolarization. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic finding of a QRS complex. (NCI)      Wide QRS Tachycardia

Q axis from -30 to -90 degrees. (NCI)                     Q Axis Left Axis
                                                          Deviation
Q axis from +90 to +180 degrees. (NCI)                    Q Axis Right Axis
                                                          Deviation
Corrected QT interval longer than 500 msec, in accordance QTcB Prolongation
with Bazett's correction formula. (NCI)                   Greater Than 500 msec

Corrected QT interval greater than 500 msec, in              QTcF Prolongation
accordance with Fridericia's correction formula. (NCI)       Greater Than 500 msec

Terminology codelist used with ECG Tests within CDISC.       CDISC SDTM ECG Test
                                                             Terminology by Code

The minimum time between successive cycles of                Maximum Heart Rate
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually
expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set of
measurements of the heart rate. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the PR interval,       EKG Mean PR Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval.
The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of
the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization)
to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the QRS interval,      EKG Mean QRS
obtained from a set of measurements of the QRS interval. Duration
The QRS interval is defined as the time from the beginning
of the QRS complex to the end of the QRS complex,
representing the time it takes for the ventricles to
depolarize. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the QT interval,       EKG Mean QT Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval.
The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of
the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing
the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)

The average (mean) duration (time) of the RR interval,    EKG Mean RR Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the RR interval.
The RR interval is defined as the time between successive
peaks of the R wave and can be used to measure the
ventricular rate. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) between successive peaks of EKG Minimum RR
R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)        Duration

The maximum duration (time) between successive peaks            EKG Maximum RR
of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)           Duration

The average (mean) number of cycles of contraction and          Mean Heart Rate
subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually expressed as
beats per minute, obtained from a set of measurements of
the heart rate. (NCI)
The maximum time between successive cycles of                   Minimum Heart Rate
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually
expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set of
measurements of the heart rate. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              QTcB-Bazett's
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: QTcB =
QT/SqRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the QT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              QTcF-Fridericia's
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: QTcF =
QT/CubeRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the
QT interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate
of 1 cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic           QTcLC-Linear
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. The linear correction formula uses
population-based data obtained and validated using a large
cohort of subjects. This method theoretically corrects the
QT interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate
of 1 cycle per second. (NCI)

The average (mean) duration (time) of the JT interval,          EKG Mean JT Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval.
The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end
of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained        EKG Minimum JT
from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT           Duration
interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of
ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
The maximum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained        EKG Maximum JT
from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT           Duration
interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of
ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcB-Bazett's
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: JTcB =
JT/SqRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the JT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcF-Fridericia's
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: JTcF =
JT/CubeRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the JT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcLC-Linear Correction
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. The linear correction formula uses
population-based data obtained and validated using a large
cohort of subjects. Using this method, the corrected JT
interval is independent of the ventricular rate. (NCI)

The mean (average) direction (range -180 degrees to 180         EKG Mean P Axis
degrees) of the electrical potential generated by atrial
depolarization in a particular plane (usually the frontal
plane). (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) from the onset of atrial     EKG Mean P Wave
depolarization to the completion of atrial depolarization       Duration
(length of the P wave), obtained from a set of
measurements of the time from beginning to end of atrial
depolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) height (usually measured in mm) of           EKG Mean P Wave
the maximum deflection from baseline of the P wave              Height
(representing atrial depolarization), obtained from a set of
measurements of the P wave, from a single lead or set of
leads. Typically this measurement is obtained by analysis
of Lead II. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained        EKG Minimum PR
from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR           Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P
wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the
beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)

The maximum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained EKG Maximum PR
from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR         Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P
wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the
beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)

The mean (average) direction of the electrical potential   Mean QRS Axis
generated by ventricular depolarization. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained   Minimum QT Duration
from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the
QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the
time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)

The maximum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained EKG Maximum QT
from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT      Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the
QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the
time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)

The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the R    EKG Mean R Wave
wave, obtained from a set of measurements of the R wave, Amplitude
in a particular lead or set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the S           EKG Mean S Wave
wave, obtained from a set of measurements of the S wave,        Amplitude
in a particular lead or set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the             EKG Mean R+S
summation of the R and S waves, obtained from a set of          Amplitude
measurements of the R and S waves, in a particular lead or
set of leads. (NCI)
The duration (time) of the ST segment, measured from the        EKG Mean ST Segment
J point at the end of the QRS complex to the beginning of       Duration
the T wave. (NCI)
The mean (average) direction of the electrical potential        EKG Mean T Wave Axis
generated by ventricular repolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) from the onset of            EKG Mean T Wave
ventricular repolarization to the completion of ventricular     Duration
repolarization (length of the T wave), obtained from a set of
measurements of the time from beginning to end of
ventricular repolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) area under the curve of the deflection       EKG Mean T Wave
from baseline of the T wave (representing ventricular           Area
repolarization), obtained from a set of measurements of the
T wave, from a single lead or set of leads. (NCI)

The average (mean) height (usually measured in mm) of           EKG Mean T Wave
the maximum deflection from baseline of the T wave              Height
(representing ventricular repolarization), obtained from a
set of measurements of the T wave, from a single lead or
set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) number of cycles of contraction and          Mean Ventricular Heart
subsequent relaxation of the ventricles, usually expressed      Rate
as beats per minute, obtained from a set of measurements
of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The minimum time between successive cycles of                   Minimum Ventricular
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the ventricles,        Heart Rate
usually expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set
of measurements of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The maximum time between successive cycles of                   Maximum Ventricular
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the ventricles,        Heart Rate
usually expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set
of measurements of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The average (mean) deviation (distance from baseline,           EKG Mean ST Deviation
positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST
segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the
deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or      EKG Minimum ST
negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,            Deviation
obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The maximum deviation (distance from baseline, positive         EKG Maximum ST
or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,         Deviation
obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The average (mean) elevation (positive deflection from          EKG Mean ST Segment
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,            Elevation
obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum elevation (positive deflection from baseline,   EKG Minimum ST
usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained         Segment Elevation
from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST
segment. (NCI)
The maximum elevation (positive deflection from baseline,   EKG Maximum ST
usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained         Segment Elevation
from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST
segment. (NCI)
The average (mean) depression (negative deflection from     EKG Mean ST Segment
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,        Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum depression (negative deflection from            EKG Minimum ST
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,        Segment Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The maximum depression (negative deflection from            EKG Maximum ST
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,        Segment Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
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The minimum time between successive cycles of                Maximum Heart Rate
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually
expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set of
measurements of the heart rate. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the PR interval,       EKG Mean PR Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval.
The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of
the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization)
to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)

The average (mean) duration (time) of the QRS interval,      EKG Mean QRS
obtained from a set of measurements of the QRS interval. Duration
The QRS interval is defined as the time from the beginning
of the QRS complex to the end of the QRS complex,
representing the time it takes for the ventricles to
depolarize. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the QT interval,       EKG Mean QT Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval.
The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of
the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing
the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) of the RR interval,    EKG Mean RR Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the RR interval.
The RR interval is defined as the time between successive
peaks of the R wave and can be used to measure the
ventricular rate. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) between successive peaks of EKG Minimum RR
R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)        Duration

The maximum duration (time) between successive peaks            EKG Maximum RR
of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)           Duration

The average (mean) number of cycles of contraction and          Mean Heart Rate
subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually expressed as
beats per minute, obtained from a set of measurements of
the heart rate. (NCI)
The maximum time between successive cycles of                   Minimum Heart Rate
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the heart, usually
expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set of
measurements of the heart rate. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              QTcB-Bazett's
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: QTcB =
QT/SqRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the QT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              QTcF-Fridericia's
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: QTcF =
QT/CubeRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the
QT interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate
of 1 cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              QTcLC-Linear
shortening of the QT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the QT interval across
a range of rates. The linear correction formula uses
population-based data obtained and validated using a large
cohort of subjects. This method theoretically corrects the
QT interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate
of 1 cycle per second. (NCI)

The average (mean) duration (time) of the JT interval,       EKG Mean JT Duration
obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval.
The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end
of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained     EKG Minimum JT
from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT        Duration
interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of
ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
The maximum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained        EKG Maximum JT
from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT           Duration
interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of
ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS
meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave
(representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcB-Bazett's
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: JTcB =
JT/SqRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the JT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcF-Fridericia's
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Correction Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. It is mathematically defined as: JTcF =
JT/CubeRootRR(seconds) and theoretically corrects the JT
interval to that which would be observed at a heart rate of 1
cycle per second. (NCI)
A formula which takes into account the physiologic              JTcLC-Linear Correction
shortening of the JT interval which occurs as the heart rate    Formula
increases, permitting comparison of the JT interval across
a range of rates. The linear correction formula uses
population-based data obtained and validated using a large
cohort of subjects. Using this method, the corrected JT
interval is independent of the ventricular rate. (NCI)

The mean (average) direction (range -180 degrees to 180         EKG Mean P Axis
degrees) of the electrical potential generated by atrial
depolarization in a particular plane (usually the frontal
plane). (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) from the onset of atrial     EKG Mean P Wave
depolarization to the completion of atrial depolarization       Duration
(length of the P wave), obtained from a set of
measurements of the time from beginning to end of atrial
depolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) height (usually measured in mm) of           EKG Mean P Wave
the maximum deflection from baseline of the P wave              Height
(representing atrial depolarization), obtained from a set of
measurements of the P wave, from a single lead or set of
leads. Typically this measurement is obtained by analysis
of Lead II. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained        EKG Minimum PR
from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR           Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P
wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the
beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)
The maximum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained EKG Maximum PR
from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR         Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P
wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the
beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of
ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will
precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is
measured from the beginning of the P wave to the
beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)

The mean (average) direction of the electrical potential   Mean QRS Axis
generated by ventricular depolarization. (NCI)
The minimum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained   Minimum QT Duration
from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the
QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the
time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)

The maximum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained EKG Maximum QT
from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT      Duration
interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the
QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the
time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and
subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be
absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the
beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)

The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the R        EKG Mean R Wave
wave, obtained from a set of measurements of the R wave,     Amplitude
in a particular lead or set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the S        EKG Mean S Wave
wave, obtained from a set of measurements of the S wave,     Amplitude
in a particular lead or set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) amplitude (usually in mm) of the          EKG Mean R+S
summation of the R and S waves, obtained from a set of       Amplitude
measurements of the R and S waves, in a particular lead or
set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) from the end of           EKG Mean ST Segment
ventricular depolarization (end of QRS complex) to the end   Duration
of ventricular repolarization (end of the T wave). (NCI)

The mean (average) direction of the electrical potential      EKG Mean T Wave Axis
generated by ventricular repolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) duration (time) from the onset of          EKG Mean T Wave
ventricular repolarization to the completion of ventricular   Duration
repolarization (length of the T wave), obtained from a set of
measurements of the time from beginning to end of
ventricular repolarization. (NCI)
The average (mean) area under the curve of the deflection EKG Mean T Wave
from baseline of the T wave (representing ventricular       Area
repolarization), obtained from a set of measurements of the
T wave, from a single lead or set of leads. (NCI)

The average (mean) height (usually measured in mm) of        EKG Mean T Wave
the maximum deflection from baseline of the T wave           Height
(representing ventricular repolarization), obtained from a
set of measurements of the T wave, from a single lead or
set of leads. (NCI)
The average (mean) number of cycles of contraction and       Mean Ventricular Heart
subsequent relaxation of the ventricles, usually expressed   Rate
as beats per minute, obtained from a set of measurements
of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The minimum time between successive cycles of                Minimum Ventricular
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the ventricles,     Heart Rate
usually expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set
of measurements of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The maximum time between successive cycles of                Maximum Ventricular
contraction and subsequent relaxation of the ventricles,     Heart Rate
usually expressed as beats per minute, obtained from a set
of measurements of the ventricular rate. (NCI)
The average (mean) deviation (distance from baseline,        EKG Mean ST Deviation
positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST
segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the
deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or   EKG Minimum ST
negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,         Deviation
obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The maximum deviation (distance from baseline, positive      EKG Maximum ST
or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,      Deviation
obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The average (mean) elevation (positive deflection from       EKG Mean ST Segment
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,         Elevation
obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum elevation (positive deflection from baseline,    EKG Minimum ST
usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained          Segment Elevation
from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST
segment. (NCI)
The maximum elevation (positive deflection from baseline,    EKG Maximum ST
usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained          Segment Elevation
from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST
segment. (NCI)
The average (mean) depression (negative deflection from      EKG Mean ST Segment
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,         Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The minimum depression (negative deflection from             EKG Minimum ST
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,         Segment Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
The maximum depression (negative deflection from                 EKG Maximum ST
baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment,             Segment Depression
obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of
the ST segment. (NCI)
Terminology codelist used with ECG Test Methods within           CDISC SDTM ECG Test
CDISC.                                                           Method Terminology

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12             12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the position of the leads is         Unspecified
unspecified. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12             12 Lead Placement
leads are recorded, with each lead representing an               Standard
electrical view of the heart. The six leads recorded in the
frontal plane are derived from the placement of 3
electrodes (RA or Right Arm, LA, or Left Arm, and LL or
Left Leg). These bipolar frontal leads form the basis of
Einthoven's triangle, and are represented by leads I, II, and
III. Three other derived (or augmented) bipolar frontal
vectors are also recorded on a standard 12-lead EKG,
aVR, aVF, and aVL. 6 unipolar leads, corresponding to V1 -
V6 measure the electrical activity in the horizontal plane.
The placement for the V leads is as follows: V1: right 4th
intercostal space,V2: left 4th intercostal space, V3: halfway
between V2 and V4, V4: left 5th intercostal space, mid-
clavicular line, V5: horizontal to V4, anterior axillary line,
V6: horizontal to V5, mid-axillary line. (NCI)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12         12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions      Mason Likar
have been modified for ECG recording during exercise.
Exercise stress testing requires moving the limb electrodes
to more central positions on the thorax. The electrodes are
placed in bony prominences close to the bases of the
respective limbs in order to avoid skeletal muscle artifact,
provide stability for recording electrodes and to record
waveforms similar to the standard limb sites. (NCI)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12             12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the Mason Likar lead positions       Mason Likar Modified
have been modified so that V1 to V6 on the chest are part
of a single electrode pad. In addition, lead CM5 is
substituted for lead aVR. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12             12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions          Chest
have been modified so that all leads on the chest are part
of a single electrode pad. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the            12 Lead Placement Non-
limb leads are placed on the torso for easier and faster         Standard
application in emergency situations. (NCI)
Limb leads on the back (shoulder and on the hips). (NCI)         Lead Placement Bicycle
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the             12 Lead Placement
display of the 12 standard ECG leads is in an orderly             Cabrera
sequence in a single horizontal display of: aVL, I, -aVR, II,
aVF, III, V1 to V6. In the Cabrera display the limb lead aVR
is inverted (-aVR) to obtain the same positive leftward
orientation as the other 5 limbs. (NCI)
An electrocardiographic lead placement schema in which            Lead Placement
the V leads are placed one intercostal space cephalad to          Standard Intercostal
the position they would have in the standard lead                 Space Higher
placement schema. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement for                     Lead Placement Frank
determining 3 orthogonal components X (right to left
direction), Y (foot to head direction) and Z (back to front
direction) of the heart. For this method a minimum of 4
electrodes are needed that represent the right arm, left
arm, left leg and back. However, usually 7 electrodes are
used to avoid dependence on the dipole location and
facilitate interpretation. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement for                     Lead Placement McFee-
determining 3 orthogonal components X (back to front), Y          Parungao
(right to left) and Z (foot to head) of the heart. This system
places the electrodes closer to the heart to achieve better
orthogonality and a homogeneous lead field. (NCI)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement that is a type Lead Placement Cube
of uncorrected vectorcardiograph. This lead system is
based on a rectangular body axis. It uses an extra number
of electrodes to make it three-dimensional. (NCI)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the             Lead Placement Bipolar
X+ lead is placed at the right mid-axillary line ate the 4th      Uncorrected XYZ
intercostal space, X- at the left mid-axillary line at he 4th
intercostal space, Y+ at the proximal left leg, Y- at the
superior aspect of the manubrium, Z+ at the direct
posterior to Z- and Z- at the 4th intercostal space at the left
sternal margin. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement that allows             Lead Placement Pseudo
monitoring and recording of cardiac electrical activity. A V1-    Orthogonal XYZ
type lead is used whose positive electrode is localized in
the 4th intercostal space, 2.5cm from the sternum. Its
negative electrode is placed below the left clavicle. An
addition of lead V5 and aVF can be made to facilitate
interpretation. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 4               Lead Placement EASI
chest electrodes and 1 reference electrode are used to            Dower Transformation
allow for continuous monitoring at the clinical level. This
placement creates a 12 lead ECG that allows the
acquisition of simultaneous events in the frontal, horizontal
and sagittal heart planes with the linear transformation of
vectors. This system provides a three-dimensional
portrayal of the heart and uses mathematical and fixed
coefficients for each lead. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12               12 Lead Placement 1
leadpoints are recorded but one standard lead position is          Lead Missing
missing therefore requiring a Mortara source consistency
filter. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12               12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions            Standard And CC5-CM5-
have been modified so that the bipolar lead groups place           CH5
the negative of the reference electrode over the manubrium
(CM5), the right scapula (CB5), V5R (CC5) or on the
forehead (CH5) and the active electrode at V5. (NCI)

An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12               12 Lead Placement
leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions            Standard And CC5-CM5-
have been modified so that the negative reference is at            ML
CM5 and the active electrode is at the left leg position.
(NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the              12 Lead Placement
rightward oriented V leads progress from V1R, placed               Standard Extended
instead of the standard V2, to V6R. The V3 lead in the             Right
standard placement is replaced by V4R. (NCI)
An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the              12 Lead Placement
standard lead placement is modified by having leads V7,            Standard Extended Left
V8 and V9. (NCI)
A recording of the electrical activity of the heart displayed in   Vectorcardiograph
the form of a vector loop, corrected for anatomic                  Corrected
inconsistencies. (NCI)
A recording of the electrical activity of the heart displayed in   Vectorcardiograph
the form of a vector loop, uncorrected for anatomic                Uncorrected
inconsistencies. (NCI)
Terminology codelist used for units within CDISC.                  CDISC SDTM Unit of
                                                                   Measure Terminology
A unit of absorbed radiation dose. One gray is equal to an         Gray
absorbed dose of one joule per kilogram of matter, or to
100 rads.(NCI)
The special unit for absorbed radiation dose, which is the         Rad
amount of energy from any type of ionizing radiation (e.g.,
alpha, beta, gamma, neutrons, etc.) deposited in any
medium (e.g., water, tissue, air). A dose of one rad means
the absorption of 100 ergs per gram of absorbing tissue.
One rad is equal to 0.01 gray.(NCI)
The time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis;        Day
ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours. This also refers to
a specific day. (NCI)
A unit measure of time equal to 3,600 seconds or 60                Hour
minutes. It is approximately 1/24 of a median day.(NCI)
A fraction or ratio with 100 understood as the                     Percentage
denominator.(NCI)
A unit of measure equal to one thousandth of a meter.(NCI)         Millimeter
The basic SI unit of mass. It is defined as the mass of an     Kilogram
international prototype in the form of a platinum-iridium
cylinder kept at Sevres in France. It is the only basic unit
still defined in terms of a material object, and also the only
one with a prefix [kilo] already in place. A kilogram is equal
to 1,000 grams and 2.204 622 6 pounds. (NCI)

The unit of mass equal to one thousandth of a gram or            Milligram
1000 micrograms. One milligram equals approximately
0.015432 grain or 35.274 x 10E-6 ounce.(NCI)
The unit of volume equal to one thousandth of a liter, one       Milliliter
cubic centimeter, 10E-6 cubic meter, or approximately to
0.061 023 7 cubic inch.(NCI)
Any period of seven consecutive days.(NCI)                       Week
One of the 12 divisions of a year as determined by a             Month
calendar. It corresponds to the unit of time of approximately
to one cycle of the moon's phases, about 30 days or 4
weeks.(NCI)
The period of time that it takes for earth to make a             Year
complete revolution around the sun, approximately 365
days; a specific one year period.(NCI)
A meter is defined as the length of the path traveled by light   Meter
in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299 792 458 of a
second and is equal to 1.093 61 yards.(NCI)
A unit of time, which is equal to one thousandth of a            Millisecond
second.(NCI)
The second is a unit of time with a duration of 919 263 177      Second
0 periods of the specified light radiation corresponding to
the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the
cesium 133 atom in its ground state at 0 K. According to
the convention, 60 seconds constitute one minute; 3,600
seconds constitute one hour. Abbreviation Sec. is
acceptable in non-scientific usage only.(NCI)

A unit of electric current, named after the French physicist Ampere
Andre Ampere. It is that constant current which, if
maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite
length and zero diameter separated by one meter in a
vacuum, would produce between these conductors a force
equal to 2(10E7) Newton per meter of length. This is
dependent upon the definitions of the meter, kilogram, and
second. One Ampere represents 6.24 x 10(E18) unit
electric charge carriers, such as electrons, passing a
specified fixed point in one second.(NCI)

The candela is the basic unit of luminous intensity. It is the Candela
luminous intensity in a given direction of a small
monochromatic light source at 540 terahertz emitting 1/683
watt per steradian in that direction. This is dependent upon
the definitions of the meter, kilogram, and second.(NCI)
A unit defined as the amount of substance that contains as       Mole
many elementary units as there are atoms in 0.012 kg of
carbon-12. When the mole is used, the elementary entities
must be specified and may be atoms, molecules, ions,
electrons, other particles, or specified groups of such
particles.(NCI)
A unit of frequency equal to one cycle per second.(NCI)          Hertz
A unit of force which, when applied in a vacuum to a body        Newton
having a mass of one kilogram, causes an acceleration of
one meter per second squared. It is equal to 10E5
dynes.(NCI)
A unit of pressure equivalent to one Newton per square           Pascal
meter or 10 bars or to 1.45x10(E-4) pounds per square
inch.(NCI)
A unit of electrical, mechanical, and thermal energy (as well    Joule
as work and quantity of heat), equal to the work done when
the point of application of a force of one Newton is
displaced through a distance of one meter in the direction
of the force or the work done when a current of one
Ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one
second. One joule is equal to 0.23889 gram-calorie
(mean).(NCI)
A unit of power equal to the power which in one second           Watt
produces or transfers the energy of one joule. The unit is
used in measurements of power emitted, transferred or
received as radiation, sound waves, heat flow rate, and
rate of energy transfer. Equal to 1/746 of horsepower.(NCI)

A unit of quantity of electricity, equal to the quantity of      Coulomb
charge transferred in one second across a conductor in
which there is a constant current of one Ampere.(NCI)
A unit of electric potential and electromotive force, equal to   Volt
the difference of electric potential between two points on a
conducting wire carrying a constant current of one Ampere
when the power dissipated between the points is one watt.
This is equivalent to the potential difference across a
resistance of one ohm when one Ampere of current flows
through it.(NCI)
A unit of capacitance equal to the capacitance of a              Farad
capacitor having an equal and opposite charge of one
coulomb on each plate and a potential difference of one
volt between the plates.(NCI)
A unit of equivalent radiation dose. One Sv is received          Sievert
when the actual absorbed dose of ionizing radiation, after
being multiplied by the dimensionless factors Q (the
relative biological efficiency or quality factor) and N (the
product of any other multiplying factors that takes into
account the distribution of energy throughout the dose), is
one joule per kilogram. In this scheme, the relationship
between the absorbed dose of radiation D and the dose
equivalent H is, therefore, given by H = QND. Both Q and N
are stipulated by the International Commission on
Radiological Protection. One Sv is equal to 100 rem.(NCI)
A unit of electrical resistance equal to the resistance   Ohm
between two points on a conductor when a potential
difference of one volt between them produces a current of
one Ampere. Ohm is also used to measure impedance and
reactance for complex resistance. A measurement in ohms
is the reciprocal of a measurement in Siemens.(NCI)
A unit of electrical conductance, admittance, and              Siemens
susceptance. A conductor has a conductance of one
Siemens if an electrical potential difference of one volt
produces a one Ampere current in it. The conductance in
Siemens is the reciprocal of its resistance in ohms.(NCI)
A unit of magnetic flux, equal to the flux that produces in a Weber
circuit of one turn an electromotive force of one volt, when
the flux is uniformly reduced to zero within one
second.(NCI)
A unit of magnetic flux density equal to the magnitude of     Tesla
the magnetic field vector necessary to produce a force of
one Newton on a charge of one coulomb moving
perpendicular to the direction of the magnetic field vector
with a velocity of one meter per second. It is equivalent to
one Weber per square meter.(NCI)
A unit of electric inductance. A coil with an inductance of   Henry
one Henry requires a flux of one Weber for each Ampere of
induced current. If it is the current which changes, then the
induced field will generate a potential difference within the
coil: if the inductance is one Henry a current change of one
Ampere per second generates a potential difference of one
volt. The Henry is a large unit; inductances in practical
circuits are measured in millihenrys or microhenrys.(NCI)

A unit of temperature, named after the Swedish astronomer Degree Celsius
Anders Celsius, who first proposed the temperature scale
designed so that the freezing point of water is 0 degrees
and the boiling point is 100 degrees at standard
atmospheric pressure. The current official definition of the
Celsius sets 0.01 C to be at the triple point of water and a
degree to be 1/273.16 of the difference in temperature
between the triple point of water and absolute zero. One
degree Celsius represents the same temperature
difference as one Kelvin.(NCI)

A unit of luminous flux. It is the amount of light that falls on Lumen
a unit area at unit distance from a source of one
candela.(NCI)
A unit of illuminance equal to the direct illumination on a      Lux
surface that is everywhere one meter from a uniform point
source of one candela; a unit of illuminance that is equal to
one lumen per square meter.(NCI)
A unit of activity of a radionuclide, equal to one nuclear       Becquerel
disintegration or other nuclear transition from a particular
energy state occurring in an amount of a radionuclide
during one second-long time interval.(NCI)
A unit for measuring catalytic (e.g. enzymatic) activity, the Katal
ability of the compound to accelerate the chemical reaction
by providing a lower energy pathway between the reactants
and the products. One katal is that catalytic activity which
will raise the rate of reaction by one mole per second in a
specified assay system. When the katal is used, the
measurand should be specified by reference to the
measurement procedure; the measurement procedure
must identify the indicator reaction. The katal is not used to
express a rate of reaction itself, which should be expressed
in moles per second.(NCI)

The SI unit of area measurement equal to a square whose            Square Meter
sides are one meter long. Square meter is equal to 10,000
square centimeters; 0.01 are; 1.196 square yards; 10.76
square feet; 1550 square inches. (NCI)
A unit of volume or capacity equal to the volume of a cube         Cubic Meter
with edges one meter in length. It is equal to 1,000 liters;
1,000 cubic decimeters; 10(E6) cubic centimeters; 25.3
cubic feet; 6.29 barrels.(NCI)
A unit of both speed (scalar) and velocity (vector), defined       Meter Per Second
as the distance of one meter travelled per unit time equal to
one second.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration          Kilogram per Cubic
of one kilogram of a substance per unit volume of the              Meter
mixture equal to one cubic meter, or the concentration of
one milligram of a substance per unit volume of the mixture
equal to one milliliter, or one gram of a substance per one
liter of the mixture. It is also a unit of mass density (volumic
mass) defined as the density of substance which mass
equal to one milligram occupies the volume one
milliliter.(NCI)
The Fahrenheit temperature scale is named after the                Degree Fahrenheit
German physicist Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686-1736), who
proposed it in 1724. In this scale, the freezing point of
water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit and the boiling point is 212
degrees, placing the boiling and melting points of water 180
degrees apart. In this scale a degree Fahrenheit is 5/9ths
of a Kelvin (or of a degree Celsius), and minus 40 degrees
Fahrenheit is equal to minus 40 degrees Celsius. (NCI)

A measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a fluid on a scale of    pH
0 to 14.(NCI)
The unit of mass equal to one millionth of a gram or one           Microgram
thousandth of a milligram.(NCI)
A unit measure of time equal to 60 seconds.(NCI)                   Minute
A metric unit of mass equal to one one thousandth of a             Gram
kilogram. (NCI)
A unit of area measurement equal to a square measuring             Square Centimeter
one centimeter on each side. One square centimeter is
equal to 10E-4 square meter.(NCI)
A unit of area equal to 144 square inches, 929.0304 square         Square Foot
centimeters, or 9.290304E-2 square meters.(NCI)
A unit of radioactivity defined as 3.7 E10 atomic                 Curie
disintegrations or other nuclear transformations per
second. One Curie is equal to 37 gigabecquerels.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the ampule unit.(NCI)               Ampule Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the bag unit.(NCI)                  Bag Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the bar unit.(NCI)                  Bar Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the bolus unit.(NCI)                Bolus Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the bottle unit.(NCI)               Bottle Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the box unit.(NCI)                  Box Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the can unit.(NCI)                  Can Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the capsule unit.(NCI)              Capsule Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the cartridge unit.(NCI)            Cartridge Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the coat unit.(NCI)                 Coat Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the container unit.(NCI)            Container Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the cylinder unit.(NCI)             Cylinder Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the disk unit.(NCI)                 Disk Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the drum unit.(NCI)                 Drum Dosing Unit
A unit of mass derived from the weight of a grain and equal       Grain
to one seven-thousandth of a pound, or 1/480 troy ounce,
or 64.79891 milligrams. The original English grain unit
based on the mass of a ripe grain barleycorn was larger the
corresponding grain units of France and other European
nations which were based on the weight of the smaller
wheat grain.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the homeopathic dilution            Homeopathic Dilution
unit.(NCI)                                                        Unit
A dosing measurement based on the implant unit.(NCI)              Implant Dosing Unit
A traditional unit of length equal to 2.54 centimeters. (NCI)     Inch

A dosing measurement based on the inhalation unit.(NCI)           Inhalation Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the jar unit.(NCI)                  Jar Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the Kallikrein inhibitor            Kallikrein Inhibitor Unit
unit.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the kit unit.(NCI)                  Kit Dosing Unit
A unit of volume equal to a cubic decimeter, or one               Liter
thousandth of cubic meter, or 1000 cubic centimeters, or
approximately 61.023 744 cubic inches.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the lozenge unit.(NCI)              Lozenge Dosing Unit
A unit of radioactivity equal to one millionth of a Curie or 37   Microcurie
kilobecquerels, and corresponding to a radioactivity of 37
000 atomic disintegrations per second.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance equal to one millionth (10E-        Micromole
6) of a mole.(NCI)
A unit of length in metric system equal to 10E-6 meter, or        Micron
micrometer.(NCI)
A unit of radioactivity equal to one thousandth of a Curie or     Millicurie
37 megabecquerels, and corresponding to a radioactivity of
37 millions of atomic disintegrations per second.(NCI)

A unit of relative amount of a substance equal to one             Milliequivalent
thousandth of an equivalent weight.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance equal to 0.001 mole.(NCI)         Millimole

A unit of mass equal to one billionth (10E-9) of a gram, or Nanogram
one millionth (10E-6) of a milligram.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance equal to one billionth (10E-9) Nanomole
of a mole.(NCI)
A unit of mass, the avoirdupois ounce is equal to 1/16       Ounce
pound, or 28.3495 grams, or 0.911 457 troy ounce.(NCI)

A dosing measurement based on the package unit.(NCI)            Package Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the packet unit.(NCI)             Packet Dosing Unit
A unit of measurement referring to one entity counted per       Part Per Million
one million entities.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the patch unit.(NCI)              Patch Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the pellet unit.(NCI)             Pellet Dosing Unit
A percent ratio of weight to volume, defined by the             Percent Mass per
equation: [weight of solute (in gm)/volume of solution (in      Volume
dl)](100). Since the numerator and denominator of this ratio
have different units, it is not a true percentage. A 1% w/v
solution is defined as being 1 gram of solute dissolved in
100 milliliters of solvent.(NCI)
A percent ratio of weight to weight, defined by the equation:   Percent Mass per Mass
[weight of solute (in gm)/weight of solution (in
gm)](100).(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the pouch unit.(NCI)              Pouch Dosing Unit
A traditional unit of mass. By international agreement, one     Pound
avoirdupois pound is equal to exactly 0.453 592 37
kilogram, 16 ounces, or 1.215 28 troy pounds. (NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the pressor unit.(NCI)            Pressor Unit
A dosing measurement based on the scoopful unit.(NCI)           Scoopful Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the spray unit.(NCI)       Spray Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the strip unit.(NCI)       Strip Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the suppository unit.(NCI) Suppository Dosing Unit

A dosing measurement based on the syringe unit.(NCI)            Syringe Dosing Unit
A unit of volume informally used in pharmacy. The               Tablespoon Dosing Unit
tablespoon has been standardized at 15 milliliters in US,
Britain, Canada, and New Zealand, and at 20 milliliters in
Australia and some European countries.(NCI)

A dosing measurement based on the tablet unit.(NCI)             Tablet Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the tampon unit.(NCI)             Tampon Dosing Unit
A unit of volume used in pharmacy equal to 5                    Teaspoon Dosing Unit
milliliters.(NCI)
An extremely small amount.(NCI)                                 Trace Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the troche unit.(NCI)             Troche Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the tube unit.(NCI)               Tube Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the vial unit.(NCI)               Vial Dosing Unit
A dosing measurement based on the wafer unit.(NCI)              Wafer Dosing Unit
A unit of length equal to 3 feet, or 36 inches, or 0.9144       Yard
meter.(NCI)
A unit of concentration (molarity unit) equal to one mole of    Mole per Liter
solute in one liter of solution.(NCI)
A percent ratio of volume to volume, defined by the               Percent Volume per
equation: [volume of solute (in ml)/ volume of solution (in       Volume
ml)](100), typically used for admixtures of solutions.(NCI)

The unitage assigned by the WHO (World Health                     International Unit
Organization) to International Biological Standards -
substances, classed as biological according to the criteria
provided by WHO Expert Committee on Biological
Standardization (e.g. hormones, enzymes, and vaccines),
to enable the results of biological and immunological assay
procedures to be expressed in the same way throughout
the world. The definition of an international unit is generally
arbitrary and technical, and has to be officially approved by
the International Conference for Unification of
Formulae.(NCI)
A quantity of an ingredient or product needed to bring up a       Quantity Sufficient
volume or weight of the preparation to a final amount as it
is indicated in the prescription; also refers to a
determination of an adequate supply of medicine to fulfill
either a prescribed amount or a sufficient quantity to
provide treatment over a specified time frame.(NCI)
A basic unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter or       Centimeter
approximately 0.393 700 787 inch (NCI)
A unit of pressure equal to 0.001316 atmosphere and equal         Millimeter of Mercury
to the pressure indicated by one millimeter rise of mercury
in a barometer at the Earth's surface.(NCI)
A unit expressed as kilogram of mass per square meter of          Kilogram Per Square
area.(NCI)                                                        Meter
The number of heartbeats measured per minute time.(NCI)           Beats per Minute

The number of breaths (inhalation and exhalation) taken    Breaths per Minute
per minute time.(NCI)
A dosing measurement based on the cup unit.(NCI)           Cup Dosing Unit
A unit of pressure, equal to a barometer reading of 760 mm Atmosphere
Hg. 1 atmosphere is 101325 Pascals and 1.01325 bar.
This unit of pressure is roughly equal to the average
atmospheric pressure at sea level on the earth.(NCI)

A dosing measurement based on the ring unit.(NCI)            Ring Dosing Unit
A unit of concentration (molarity unit) equal to one         Millimole per Liter
thousandth of a mole (10E-3 mole) of solute per one liter of
solution.(NCI)

A unit of mass equal to one trillionth of a gram (10E-12          Picogram
gram).(NCI)
A unit of mass equal to one quadrillionth of a gram (10E-15       Femtogram
gram).(NCI)
A unit of mass equal to one quintillionth of a gram (10E-18       Attogram
gram).(NCI)
A unit of mass equal to one hundredth of a gram.(NCI)             Centigram
A unit of mass equal to 1/16 Avoirdupois ounce or 1/256           Dram Mass Unit
Avoirdupois pound. One dram equals approximately
1.7718451953125 grams.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration       Kilogram per Liter
of one kilogram of a substance in unit volume of the
mixture equal to one liter. The concept also refers to the
unit of mass density (volumic mass) defined as the density
of substance which mass equal to one kilogram occupies
the volume one liter.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration equal to the concentration of      Microgram per Milliliter
one gram of a substance per unit volume of the mixture
equal to one cubic meter. The concept also refers to the
metric unit of mass density (volumic mass) defined as the
density of substance which mass equal to one gram
occupies the volume one cubic meter.(NCI)
A metric unit of volumetric flow rate defined as the rate at    Milliliter per Minute
which one milliliter of matter travels during the period of
time equal to one minute.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration       Gram per Deciliter
of one gram of a substance per unit volume of the mixture
equal to one deciliter (100 milliliters). The concept also
refers to the metric unit of mass density (volumic mass)
defined as the density of substance which mass equal to
one gram occupies the volume one deciliter.(NCI)

A unit of amount of substance equal to a trillionth (10E-12)    Picomole
of a mole.(NCI)
A means of delivering a defined dose of a therapeutic           Puff Dosing Unit
aerolized solution into either the upper or lower respiratory
tract. Metered-dose inhalers or spray pumps are devices
that provide a puff dose for delivery into either the oral or
the nasal cavity.(NCI)
A unit of area measurement equal to a square measuring          Square Millimeter
one millimeter on each side. One square millimeter is equal
to 10(E-2) square centimeter and 10(E-6) square
meter.(NCI)
An arbitrary unit of tuberculin dosage defined by               Tuberculin Unit
comparison of clinical response with a preparation of the
purified protein derivative standardized for use in humans
for tuberculin skin test reaction.(NCI)
A unit of volumetric flow rate defined as the rate at which     Milliliter per Hour
one milliliter of matter travels during the period of time
equal to one hour.(NCI)
The number of occurrences of something within a second          Per Second
of time.(NCI)
The number of occurrences of something within a minute          Per Minute
of time.(NCI)
A unit of mass flow rate equivalent to the rate at which one    Milligram per Hour
thousandth of a gram of matter travels to a given object or
space over a period of time equal to one hour.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration    Milligram per Deciliter
of one milligram of a substance in unit volume of the
mixture equal to one cubic deciliter or 100 cubic
centimeters. It is also a unit of mass density (volumic
mass) defined as the density of substance which mass
equal to one milligram occupies the volume one cubic
deciliter or 100 cubic centimeters.(NCI)

A measurement of nutritional energy. The quantity of            calorie
thermal energy required to raise one gram of water one
degree Centigrade under standard conditions. 1 calorie
equals 4.186 joules. (NCI)
A unit of energy defined as the amount of heat required to Calorie
raise the temperature of one kilogram of pure water by one
degree Centigrade under standard conditions (the specific
heat of the water at 15 degrees Celsius and the constant
pressure of 101.325 kilopascals or one atm being defined
as unity), equal to approximately 4.1855 kJ. It is also is
used by nutritionists in measuring the energy-producing
potential of food as a unit of potential energy contained by
a substance, which can be liberated when the material is
oxidized, usually by combustion in the presence of
oxygen.(NCI)
A measure of viable infectious entities (e.g. viral particle or Plaque Forming Unit
group of particles) in the specimen or product defined as
the smallest quantity that can produce a cytopathic effect in
the host cell culture challenged with the defined inoculum,
visible under the microscope or/and to the naked eye as a
plaque. A number of plaque forming units (PFU) per unit
volume is a conventional way to refer the titer of an
infective entity in a specimen or preparation.(NCI)

A unit of relative amount of a substance that combines with Equivalent Weight
or displaces 8.0 grams of oxygen or 1.008 gram of
hydrogen. The unit is usually expressed in grams and is
equal to the amount of substance that gains or loses one
mole of electrons in a redox reaction, or to the amount of
substances that releases or accepts one mole of hydrogen
ions in a neutralization reaction; or to the amount of
electrolyte that carries one mole of positive or negative
charge. This is a large unit and measurements are more
often done in its derivatives, e.g. in milliequivalents.(NCI)

The area visible under the maximum magnification power High Power Field
of the objective being used in microscopy.(NCI)
A unit of area density defined as a spread rate at which one Gram per Square Meter
gram of a substance is spread over the area of one square
meter. It is equal to approximately 0.029 4935 ounce per
square yard. Also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration          Microgram per Liter
of one microgram of a substance per unit volume of the
mixture equal to one liter. The concept also refers to the
unit of mass density (volumic mass) defined as the density
of substance which mass equal to one microgram occupies
the volume one liter.(NCI)
The area visible in one view field of the microscope under         Low Power Field
the low magnification of the objective being used in
microscopy.(NCI)
A unit of electric potential and electromotive force equal to      Millivolt
one thousandth of a volt.(NCI)
A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration          Nanogram per Deciliter
of one nanogram of a substance in unit volume of the
mixture equal to one deciliter. The concept also refers to
the unit of mass density (volumic mass) defined as the
density of substance which mass equal to one nanogram
occupies the volume one deciliter.(NCI)

A unit of mass concentration defined as the concentration Nanogram per Liter
of one nanogram of a substance per one liter of the
mixture, or one picogram of a substance in unit volume of
the mixture equal to one milliliter, or one microgram of a
substance per one cubic meter of the mixture. The concept
also refers to the metric unit of mass density (volumic
mass) defined as the density of substance which mass
equal to one nanogram occupies the volume one liter.(NCI)

A unit of length equal to one billionth of a meter (10E-9     Nanometer
meter). Nanometer is used as a unit for light wavelength
measurement.(NCI)
A unit of osmotic pressure equal to that of an ideal solution Osmole
of a nondissociating substance that has a concentration of
one mole of solute per liter of solution.(NCI)

A unit of pressure equivalent to 6.894757 kilopascals, or          Pound per Square Inch
703.0696 kilograms per square meter, or 51.71507
millimeters of mercury.(NCI)
A unit of biological activity equal to one million international   Million International
units.(NCI)                                                        Units
A unit of radioactivity equal to one billionth of Curie or 37      Nanocurie
Becquerels, and corresponding to a radioactivity of 37
atomic disintegrations per second.(NCI)
Unit of arbitrary substance concentration (biologic activity       International Unit per
concentration) defined as the concentration of one                 Liter
international unit per one liter of system volume.(NCI)

Unit of arbitrary substance concentration (biologic activity       International Unit per
concentration) defined as the concentration of one                 Milliliter
international unit per one milliliter of system volume.(NCI)

An arbitrary unit of substance content expressed in              International Unit per
international units of biological activity per one kilogram of Kilogram
mass of the system. It is also used as a dose calculation
unit expressed in international units of biological activity per
one kilogram of body mass.(NCI)
Unit of arbitrary substance concentration (biologic activity      International Unit per
concentration) defined as the concentration of one                Milligram
international unit per one milligram of substance.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric flow rate defined as the rate at which    Liter per Minute
one liter of matter travels during the period of time equal to
one minute.(NCI)
A unit of mass flow rate equivalent to the rate at which one Microgram per Hour
millionth of a gram of matter travels to a given object or
space over a period of time equal to one hour.(NCI)

A unit of a mass fraction expressed as a number of                Microgram per Kilogram
micrograms of substance per kilogram of mixture. The unit
is also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)
Unit of catalytic activity concentration defined as activity      Microkatal per Liter
equal to one millionth of katal per one liter of the system
volume.(NCI)
A unit of measure referring to the ratio between mass             Milligram per 24 Hours
expressed in milligrams per day.(NCI)
A unit of a mass fraction expressed as a number of                Milligram per Kilogram
milligrams of substance per kilogram of mixture. The unit is
also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)
A unit of area density equal to approximately 2.94935E-5          Milligram per Square
ounce per square yard. Also used as a dose calculation            Meter
unit.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance flow rate equivalent to the         Micromole per 24 Hours
rate at which one millionth of a mole of substance travels to
a given object or space over a period of time equal to 24
hours.(NCI)
A unit of both speed (scalar) and velocity (vector), defined      Millimeter per Hour
as the distance of one millimeter travels per unit time equal
to one hour.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance flow rate equivalent to the         Millimole per 24 Hours
rate at which one thousandth of a mole of substance
travels or is delivered to a given object or space over a
period of time equal to 24 hours.(NCI)
A unit of concentration (molarity unit) equal to one billionth    Nanomole per Liter
of a mole (10E-9 mole) of solute in one liter of
solution.(NCI)
A unit of concentration (molarity unit) equal to one trillionth   Picomole per Liter
of a mole (10E-12 mole) in one liter of solution.(NCI)

The unit of concentration of Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) copies RNA Copy per Milliliter
expressed as a number of copies in unit volume equal to
one milliliter.(NCI)
A unit of relative amount of substance flow rate equivalent Milliequivalent per 24
to the rate at which one thousandth of an equivalent of     Hours
substance travels to a given object or space over a period
of time equal to twenty four hours.(NCI)

A concentration unit measured as a number of                      Milliequivalent per Liter
milliequivalents of solute per liter of solution.(NCI)
A unit of relative amount of substance content equivalent to Milliequivalent per
the content at which one kilogram of mixture contains one Kilogram
thousandth of an equivalent of a component. The unit is
also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)

A unit of plane angle measurement equal to the length of     Degree Unit of Plane
the arc cut out by the angle, divided by the circumference Angle
of the circle, and multiplied by 360. The symbol for degrees
is a small superscript circle. One radian is about 57
degrees and one degree is pi/180 radians.(NCI)

A unit of amount of substance equal to one tenth of a mole Decimole
(10E-1 mole).(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance equal to one hundredth of a Centimole
mole (10E-2 mole).(NCI)
A unit amount of substance content (molality unit) defined Mole per Kilogram
as one mole of solute per one kilogram of solvent.(NCI)

A unit of amount of substance equal to one quadrillionth of Femtomole
a mole (10E-15 mole).(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance equal to one quintillionth of a Attomole
mole (10E-18 mole).(NCI)
A unit used in physical chemistry to express the amount of Standard Cubic Foot
substance of an ideal gas in one cubic foot at 60 degrees
Fahrenheit and pressure of one atmosphere.(NCI)

A unit of area equal to the area of a square with sides of      Square Inch
one inch. It is equal to 6.4516 square centimeters.(NCI)

A unit for measuring concentration or/and reactivity of a Enzyme-Linked
test substance (an antigen or antibody of interest) as    Immunosorbent Assay
defined in the literature reference standard for the      Unit
particular quantitative enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
method. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay unit is
used to express potency of immunologically active
substances and products, e.g. vaccines.(NCI)

A unit for measuring potency of immunologically active          Enzyme-Linked
substance in a product determined as reactivity in a            Immunosorbent Assay
quantitative immunoassay for particular antigen or antibody     Unit per Dose
and expressed per quantity of preparation used as a single
dose.(NCI)
A unit for measuring potency of immunologically active          Enzyme-Linked
substance in a product determined as reactivity in a            Immunosorbent Assay
quantitative immunoassay for particular antigen or antibody     Unit per Milliliter
and expressed per unit volume equal to one milliliter.(NCI)

A logarithmic-scale (base 10) unit for measuring                Log10 Enzyme-Linked
concentration and/or reactivity of a test substance (an         Immunosorbent Assay
antigen or antibody of interest) as defined in the literature   Unit
reference for the particular quantitative enzyme-linked
immunosorbent assay method.(NCI)
A logarithmic-scale (base 10) unit for measuring potency of Log10 Enzyme-Linked
immunologically active substance in a product determined Immunosorbent Assay
as reactivity in a quantitative immunoassay for particular  Unit per Dose
antigen or antibody and expressed per quantity of
preparation used as a single dose.(NCI)

A unit of concentration (molarity unit) equal to one mole of     Mole per Milliliter
solute in one milliliter of solution.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance content (molality unit)            Millimole per Kilogram
defined as one thousandth of mole (10E-3 mole) of solute
per one kilogram of solvent.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance content (molality unit)            Mole per Gram
defined as one mole of solute per one gram of
solvent.(NCI)
A unit of amount of substance content (molality unit)            Mole per Milligram
defined as one mole of solute per one milligram of
solvent.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial numbers equal to       Thousand Colony
10E3 colony forming units.(NCI)                                  Forming Units
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial numbers equal to       Million Colony Forming
10E6 colony forming units.(NCI)                                  Units
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial numbers equal to       Billion Colony Forming
10E9 colony forming units.(NCI)                                  Units
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Colony Forming Unit per
unit mass of substance of interest defined as the number of      Gram
colony forming units in one gram of substance.(NCI)

A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Thousand Colony
unit mass of substance of interest defined as the number of      Forming Units per Gram
thousand colony forming units (10E3CFU) in one gram of
substance.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Million Colony Forming
unit mass of substance of interest defined as the number of      Units per Gram
million colony forming units (10E6CFU) in one gram of
substance.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Billion Colony Forming
unit mass of substance of interest defined as the number of      Units per Gram
billion colony forming units (10E9CFU) in one gram of
substance.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Colony Forming Unit per
unit volume of substance of interest defined as the number       Milliliter
of colony forming units in one milliliter of substance.(NCI)

A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Thousand Colony
unit volume of substance of interest defined as the number       Forming Units per
of thousand colony forming units (10E3CFU) in one milliliter     Milliliter
of substance.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Million Colony Forming
unit volume of substance of interest defined as the number       Units per Milliliter
of million colony forming units (10E6CFU) in one milliliter of
substance.(NCI)
A unit of measurement of viable bacterial organisms in a         Billion Colony Forming
unit volume of substance of interest defined as the number       Units per Milliliter
of billion colony forming units (10E9CFU) in one milliliter of
substance.(NCI)
The unit of magnetic flux density. A field of one Gauss   Gauss
exerts a force on a conductor, placed in the field of 0.1
dyne per Ampere of current per centimeter of conductor.
One Gauss represents a magnetic flux of one Maxwell per
square centimeter of cross-section perpendicular to the
field. One Gauss equals 10-4 Tesla.(NCI)

A unit of spread rate of a substance by mass expressed in         Kilogram Per Square
kilograms per area unit equal to one square centimeter,           Centimeter
used also as a measure of area density and as a dose
calculation unit.(NCI)
A unit of a mass fraction expressed as a number of grams          Gram per Kilogram
of substance per kilogram of mixture. The unit is also used
as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)
A unit of proportion equal to 10E-3.(NCI)                         Part per Thousand
A unit of length equal to one trillionth of a meter (10E-12       Picometer
meter).(NCI)
A unit of volume fraction expressed as a number of                Microliter per Milliliter
microliters of the constituent per the volume of the system
represented in milliliters.(NCI)
A unit of volume equal to one billionth of a liter (10E-9         Nanoliter
liter).(NCI)
A unit of volume equal to 0.05 milliliter (20 drops/ml).(NCI)     Medical Drop

A unit of fraction expressed as the ratio of the amount of        Mole per Mole
substance of solute in moles to the amount of substance of
the mixture in moles.(NCI)
A unit of frequency equal to one revolution per unit of time      Revolution per Minute
equal to one minute.(NCI)
A unit of force defined as the force that accelerates a mass      Dyne
of one gram at the rate of one centimeter per second
squared. One dyne is equal to 10E-5 Newton and 2.248E-6
pounds of force.(NCI)
A potency unit for measuring infectious activity of a biologic    Log10 50 Percent
product or infectious agent equal to a base-10 logarithm of       Embryo Infective Dose
amount of product or agent preparation that causes
infection in the 50% of embryos (such as chicken embryos)
used in the product potency assay or pathogen activity
assay.(NCI)
A logarithmic-scale (base 10) potency unit for measuring          Log10 50 Percent
infectious activity of a biologic product or infectious agent     Embryo Infective Dose
preparation equal to the potency at which one dose of             per Dose
infectious material contains one 50 percent embryo
infective dose.(NCI)
A potency unit for measuring infectious activity of a biologic    Log10 50 Percent Cell
product or infectious agent preparation equal to a base-10        Culture Infective Dose
logarithm of amount of product or agent preparation that
causes infection in the 50% of the cell culture-containing
vessels inoculated with that dilution of infectious material in
the product potency assay or pathogen activity assay.(NCI)
A logarithmic-scale (base 10) potency unit for measuring          Log10 50 Percent Cell
infectious activity of a biologic product or infectious agent     Culture Infective Dose
preparation equal to the potency at which one dose of             per Dose
infectious material contains one 50 percent cell culture
infective dose.(NCI)
A potency unit for measuring infectious activity of a biologic    Log10 50 Percent
product or infectious agent preparation equal to a base-10        Tissue Culture Infective
logarithm of amount of product or agent preparation that          Dose
causes infection in the 50% of the tissue culture-containing
flasks inoculated with that dilution of infectious material in
the product potency assay or pathogen activity assay.(NCI)

A logarithmic-scale (base 10) potency unit for measuring          Log10 50 Percent
infectious activity of a biologic product or infectious agent     Tissue Culture Infective
preparation equal to the potency at which one dose of             Dose per Dose
infectious material contains one 50 percent tissue culture
infective dose.(NCI)
A unit equal to one thousand international units.(NCI)            Kilointernational Unit
A unit of measure of quantity of substance per unit mass,         International Unit per
expressed in terms of the International Unit per                  Gram
grams.(NCI)
A unit of unfractionated or low molecular weight heparin          Anti-Xa Activity
anticoagulation potency determined as the amount that             International Unit
neutralizes one unit of coagulation factor Xa preparation
defined as an international biological standard by WHO
(World Health Organization) First International Low
Molecular Weight Heparin Reference Standard.(NCI)
A specific anticoagulation activity of unfractionated or low      Anti-Xa Activity
molecular weight heparin on factor Xa, expressed as a             International Unit per
number of international anti-Xa heparin units per one             Milliliter
milliliter of plasma.(NCI)
A measure of an antigen potency defined as a number of            Antigen Unit per Milliliter
antigen units per one milliliter of product.(NCI)
A unit of potency of poliovirus vaccine used for poliomyelitis    D Antigen Unit
prevention. The unit is poliovirus type-specific.(NCI)

A unit of potency of poliovirus vaccine expressed as a            D Antigen Unit per
number of D antigen units per one milliliter of vaccine           Milliliter
formulation.(NCI)
Unit of measure of potency of allergenic product expressed        Allergy Unit per Milliliter
as a number of allergy units per one milliliter of
formulation.(NCI)
A unit used for standardization of an allergenic product          Bioequivalent Allergy
based on evaluation of product potency against reference          Unit
standard in combined in vivo (skin test) and in vitro (IgE-
based ELISA) testing.(NCI)
A unit of biologic activity of tuberculin expressed as a          Tuberculin Unit per
number of arbitrary units of tuberculin in one milliliter of      Milliliter
preparation.(NCI)
A unit of catalytic activity measurement equal to one             Millikatal
thousandth of one katal (10E-3 katal).(NCI)
A unit of catalytic activity measurement equal to one             Nanokatal
billionth of one katal (10E-9 katal).(NCI)
A unit of catalytic activity measurement equal to trillionth of   Picokatal
one katal (10E-12 katal).(NCI)
A unit of catalytic activity concentration defined as the       Nanokatal per Liter
catalytic activity of the component equal to one billionth of
one katal (10E-9 katal) in the unit volume of the system
equal to one liter.(NCI)
A unit of radioactivity equal to one thousand nuclear           Kilobecquerel
disintegrations or other nuclear transformations per
second, or to 10E3 Becquerels.(NCI)
A unit of radioactivity equal to one million nuclear            Megabecquerel
disintegrations or other nuclear transformations per
second, or to 10E6 Becquerels.(NCI)
A unit of radioactivity equal to one billion nuclear            Gigabecquerel
disintegrations or other nuclear transformations per
second, or to 10E9 Becquerels.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Becquerel per Kilogram
activity of one Becquerel of the sample with total mass of
one kilogram.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Becquerel per Gram
activity of one Becquerel of the sample with total mass of
one gram.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Becquerel per
activity of one Becquerel of the sample with total mass of      Microgram
one microgram.(NCI)



A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Becquerel per Milligram
activity of one Becquerel of the sample with total mass of
one milligram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to Gigabecquerel per
activity of one gigabecquerel of the sample with total mass Gram
of one gram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to Gigabecquerel per
activity of one gigabecquerel of the sample with total mass Microgram
of one microgram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to Gigabecquerel per
activity of one gigabecquerel of the sample with total mass Milligram
of one milligram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Curie per Gram
activity of one Curie of the sample with total mass of one
gram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Curie per Kilogram
activity of one Curie of the sample with total mass of one
kilogram.(NCI)

A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Curie per Microgram
activity of one Curie of the sample with total mass of one
microgram.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to     Curie per Milligram
activity of one Curie of the sample with total mass of one
milligram.(NCI)
Amount of infectious agent or biological product that            50 Percent Embryo
causes infection in the 50% of embryos such as chicken           Infective Dose
embryos used in the product potency assay or pathogen
activity assay.(NCI)
A potency unit for measuring infectious activity of a biologic   50 Percent Embryo
product or an infectious agent preparation equal to the          Infective Dose per Dose
potency at which one dose of infectious material contains
one 50 percent embryo infective dose.(NCI)

A potency unit defined as a minimal dose of infectious       50 Percent Cell Culture
material at which preparation causes cytopathic effects      Infective Dose
(changes in the morphology and metabolism of cell culture
cells, indicating cell death, due to suspected infection) in
the 50% of the cell culture-containing vessels inoculated
with that dilution of infectious material.(NCI)

A potency unit equal to the potency at which one dose of         50 Percent Cell Culture
preparation contains one 50 percent cell culture infective       Infective Dose per Dose
dose.(NCI)
A potency unit equal to the potency at which one dose of         50 Percent Tissue
preparation contains one 50 percent tissue culture infective     Culture Infective Dose
dose.(NCI)                                                       per Dose
A unit of catalytic activity measurement equal to one            Microkatal
millionth of katal (10E-6 katal).(NCI)
A unit of measure referring to one entity counted per one        Per Billion
billion entities.(NCI)
A unit of measure referring to one entity counted per one        Per Trillion
trillion entities.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to      Millicurie per Kilogram
activity of one millicurie of the sample with total mass of
one kilogram.(NCI)
A unit of specific radioactivity (massic activity) equal to      Microcurie per Kilogram
activity of one microcurie of the sample with total mass of
one kilogram.(NCI)
A unit of exposure to ionizing radiation. One Roentgen is        Roentgen
the amount of gamma or x-rays required to produce ions
resulting in a charge of 2.58E-4 Coulombs/kilogram of air
under standard conditions.(NCI)

A concentration unit measured as a number of                 Milliequivalent per
milliequivalents of solute per microliter of solution.(NCI)  Microliter
A unit of relative amount of substance content equivalent to Milliequivalent per Gram
the content at which one gram of mixture contains one
thousandth of an equivalent of a component. The unit is
also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)

A unit of relative amount of substance content equivalent to Milliequivalent per
the content at which one millionth of a gram of mixture      Microgram
contains one thousandth of an equivalent of a component.
The unit is also used as a dose calculation unit.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Becquerel per Liter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Becquerel per unit volume equal to one liter.(NCI)
A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Becquerel per Microliter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Becquerel per unit volume equal to one millionth of a
liter.(NCI)


A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Becquerel per Milliliter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Becquerel per unit volume equal to one milliliter or one
kilobecquerel per liter.(NCI)
A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Kilobecquerel per
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one Microliter
thousand Becquerels per unit volume equal to one millionth
of a liter.(NCI)


A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Megabecquerel per
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one Microliter
million Becquerels per unit volume equal to one millionth of
a liter.(NCI)
A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Curie per Liter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Curie per unit volume equal to one liter.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Curie per Microliter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Curie per unit volume equal to one millionth of a liter.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Curie per Milliliter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
Curie per unit volume equal to one milliliter.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a Microcurie per Liter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
millionth of a Curie per unit volume equal to one liter.(NCI)

A unit of volumetric radioactivity concentration defined as a    Millicurie per Liter
concentration of a radionuclide with an activity equal to one
thousandth of a Curie per unit volume equal to one
liter.(NCI)
A unit of an electric potential and electromotive force equal    Microvolt
to one millionth of a volt.(NCI)
A unit of frequency equal to the frequency at which one          Cycle per Minute
complete execution of a periodically repeated
phenomenon, alternation, event, or sequence of events
occurs per unit of time equal to one minute.(NCI)
A unit of distance equal to 1000 meters, 0.621 miles, 1094       Kilometer
yards, or 3281 feet.(NCI)
A unit of distance equal to 5280 international feet, 1760        Mile
international yards, or 1609.344 meters.(NCI)
A unit of arbitrary substance concentration (biologic activity   100 International Units
concentration) defined as the concentration of one hundred       per Milliliter
international units per one milliliter of system volume.(NCI)
A unit of measure of quantity of organisms expressed in           Thousand Organisms
thousands.(NCI)
A unit of measure of quantity of organisms expressed in           Million Organisms
millions.(NCI)
A unit of measure of quantity of organisms expressed in           Billion Organisms
billions.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism content expressed in                Thousand Organisms
thousands of organisms per unit of mass equal to one              per Gram
gram.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism content expressed in                Million Organisms per
millions of organisms per unit of mass equal to one               Gram
gram.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism content expressed in billions       Billion Organisms per
of organisms per unit of mass equal to one gram.(NCI)             Gram

A unit of measure of organism content expressed in                Million Organisms per
millions of organisms per unit of mass equal to one               Milligram
milligram.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism content expressed in billions       Billion Organisms per
of organisms per unit of mass equal to one milligram.(NCI)        Milligram

A unit of measure of organism concentration expressed in          Thousand Organisms
thousands of organisms per unit of volume equal to one            per Milliliter
milliliter.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism concentration expressed in          Million Organisms per
millions of organisms per unit of volume equal to one             Milliliter
milliliter.(NCI)
A unit of measure of organism concentration expressed in          Billion Organisms per
billions of organisms per unit of volume equal to one             Milliliter
milliliter.(NCI)
A unit of potency of a biological product expressed as a          Plaque Forming Unit per
quantity of viable infectious entities capable to produce a       Dose
cytopathic effect in the appropriate cell culture per a single
dose of the preparation.(NCI)
A unit of potency of a biological product expressed as a          Plaque Forming Unit per
quantity of viable infectious entities capable to produce a       Milliliter
cytopathic effect in the appropriate cell culture per one
milliliter of the preparation.(NCI)
A logarithmic ratio unit (base-10 logarithms) used to             Bel
express relative magnitude of a physical quantity (usually
power or intensity) in comparison with a specified or
implied reference level. Particularly, Bel is used as a unit of
relative sound intensity. In the latter context it is equal to
ten decibels or to approximately 1.151293 nepers.(NCI)

A unit of area density defined as a spread rate at which one      Gram per Square
gram of a substance is spread over the area of one square         Centimeter
centimeter. The unit is also used as a dose calculation
unit.(NCI)
A unit of potency equal to one thousand US                        Kilo United States
Pharmacopoeia Units.(NCI)                                         Pharmacopoeia Unit
A unit of both speed (scalar) and velocity (vector), defined      Kilometer per Hour
as the distance of one thousand meters travelled per unit
time equal to one hour.(NCI)
A unit of measurement based on the nebule dosing                  Nebule Dosing Unit
unit.(NCI)
A unit of mass flow rate equivalent to the rate at which one      Microgram per Day
millionth of a gram of matter travels to a given object or
space over a period of time equal to twenty four hours.
Microgram per day is also a dose administration rate unit
equal to the rate at which one millionth of a gram of a
product is administered per unit of time equal to twenty four
hours.(NCI)
A dose calculation unit equal to one thousandth of a gram         Milligram per Kilogram
of a preparation per one kilogram of body mass                    per Minute
administered per unit of time equal to one minute.(NCI)
A dose calculation unit equal to one international unit (an       International Unit per
arbitrary unit of biological activity) of a product per one       Kilogram per Hour
kilogram of body mass administered per unit of time equal
to one hour.(NCI)
A dose calculation unit equal to one millionth of a gram of a     Microgram per Kilogram
preparation per one kilogram of body mass administered            per Minute
per unit of time equal to one minute.(NCI)


A unit of mass flow rate equivalent to the rate at which one      Microgram per Minute
millionth of a gram of matter travels to a given object or
space over a period of time equal to one minute.
Microgram per minute is also a dose administration rate
unit equal to the rate at which one millionth of a gram of a
product is administered per unit of time equal to one
minute.(NCI)
A unit of length defined by the U.S. National Bureau of           International Foot
Standards as 30.48 centimeters. It is equal to 0.3048
meter, 12 inches, or to approximately 0.999998 survey
foot.(NCI)
An arbitrary dosing unit used predominantly for semisolid         Fingertip Unit
topical formulations such as cream, ointment, paste, etc.
One fingertip unit is the amount of a product that is
squeezed out from a standard tube with 5-millimeter
diameter nozzle along an adult's fingertip. A fingertip length
is defined from the tip of the index finger to the first finger
crease. A fingertip dosing unit varies with age and size of
the body. The average fingertip unit is equal to
approximately 0.5 gram for an adult male and 0.4 gram for
an adult female.(NCI)
A dosing unit that contains a solid pharmaceutical                Sachet Dosing Unit
preparation in the form of a small packet or bag made from
a flexible, often porous material.(NCI)
A dose calculation unit equal to one thousandth of a gram         Milligram per Kilogram
of a preparation per one kilogram of body mass                    per Hour
administered per unit of time equal to one hour.(NCI)
A unit of frequency equal to the frequency at which one           Cycle per Second
complete execution of a periodically repeated
phenomenon, alternation, event, or sequence of events
occurs per unit of time equal to one second.(NCI)
Terminology codelist used for anatomical location within          CDISC SDTM
CDISC.                                                            Anatomical Location
                                                                  Terminology
Fleshy fold which surrounds the opening of the mouth.             Lip
(NCI)
The bony anterior part of the roof of the mouth separating        Hard Palate
the nose from the mouth. (NCI)
The lower part of the pharynx that connects to the                Hypopharynx
esophagus. (NCI)
The area around the esophagogastric mucosal junction              Gastric Cardia
where the esophageal mucosa transitions into the gastric
mucosa. (NCI)
The portion of the stomach that lies above the cardiac            Fundus of the Stomach
notch. It allows for the accumulation of gases produced by
chemical digestion. (NCI)
The main section of the digestive tube that connects the          Body of Stomach
esophagus to the small intestine. The body proper
excludes the upper and lower sections of the fundus and
pyloric portion respectively. (NCI)
The initial part of the pyloric canal of the stomach. This site   Antrum Pylori
contains endocrine cells that produce gastrin and
somatostatin. (NCI)
The lateral and inferior border of the stomach. Attached to       Greater Curvature of the
it is the greater omentum. (NCI)                                  Stomach
The part of the ear including the eardrum and ossicles. The       Middle Ear
middle ear leads to the inner ear. (NCI)
A pyramidal-shaped, thin-walled, air-filled cavity located in     Maxillary Sinus
the maxilla. It is lined by mucus membrane and periosteum
(mucoperiosteum) which contains cilia. It is adjacent to the
nasal cavity and communicates with the middle meatus of
the nose. It is the largest paranasal sinus and is composed
of three recesses: alveolar, zygomatic, and infraorbital.
(NCI)
A sinus of the meatuses of the nasal cavity. (NCI)                Ethmoid Sinus
The paired, mucosal lined air spaces located above the            Frontal Sinus
orbit and communicating with the nasal passages. (NCI)

The area of the larynx below the vocal cords down to the          Subglottis
trachea. (NCI)
The lower jaw bone holding the lower teeth. (NCI)                 Mandible
The skin or integument surrounding the trunk of the body.         Skin of the Trunk
(NCI)
The pigmented protuberance on the surface of the breast           Nipple
through which milk is drawn from the breast. (NCI)

The lower part of the uterus occupying the region between         Cervix Uteri
the isthmus of the uterus and the vagina. It is divided into
supravaginal and vaginal portions. (NCI)
The smooth muscle lining the uterus. (NCI)                        Myometrium
The subserous connective tissue of the pelvic floor of the        Parametrium
supracervical portion of the uterus. The parametrium
extends laterally between the layers of the broad ligament.
(NCI)
A thin, transparent tissue divided into the palpebral             Conjunctiva
conjunctiva (covering the inner side of the eye lid) and the
bulbar conjunctiva (covering the eyeball). (NCI)
A dome-shaped, transparent, avascular tissue covering the Cornea
front of the eye. It is composed of five layers: squamous
epithelium, Bowman's membrane, stroma, Descemet's
membrane, and endothelium. Refraction of light
contributing to eye's focusing ability is its characteristic
function. It contains unmyelinated nerve endings which are
responsible for the high sensitivity of the tissue. (NCI)

A light-sensitive membrane that lines the back wall of the        Retina
eyeball. The retina is continuous with the optic nerve and
this way transmits optical images to the brain. (NCI)

The bony cavity of the skull which contains the eye, anterior     Orbit
portion of the optic nerve, ocular muscles and ocular
adnexa. Seven bones contribute to the structure of the
orbit: the frontal, maxillary, zygomatic, sphenoid, lacrimal,
ethmoid, and palatine bones. (NCI)
The part of the brain located anterior to the parietal lobes at   Frontal Lobe
the front of each cerebral hemisphere. (NCI)
One of the lobes of the cerebral hemisphere located               Parietal Lobe
superiorly to the occipital lobe and posteriorly to the frontal
lobe. Cognition and visuospatial processing are its main
function. (NCI)
The four connected cavities (hollow spaces) centrally             Brain Ventricle
located within the brain that connect posteriorly with the
central canal of the spinal cord. (NCI)
Any lymph node within the pelvic region. (NCI)                    Pelvic Lymph Node
Connective tissue that forms the skeletal components of           Bone
the body. (NCI)
A blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart.            Artery
(NCI)
A pear-shaped organ located under the liver that stores           Gallbladder
and concentrates bile secreted by the liver. From the
gallbladder the bile is delivered through the bile ducts into
the intestine thereby aiding the digestion of fat-containing
foods. (NCI)
The system that includes the esophagus, stomach, small            Gastrointestinal System
and large intestine, anus, liver, biliary tract, and pancreas.
(NCI)
A muscular tube that extends from the end of the small            Large Intestine
intestine to the anus. (NCI)
Small tissue projection existing as a cecal diverticulum with     Appendix
a questionable history of vestigial versus specialized organ.
(NCI)
The part of the large intestine measured from the cecum to        Colon
the rectum consisting of ascending, transverse, descending
and sigmoid portions. The purpose of the colon is to
remove water from digested food prior to excretion. (NCI)

The section of the intestines between the pylorus and     Small Intestine
cecum. The small intestine is approximately 20 feet long
and consists of the duodenum, the jejunum, and the ileum.
Its main function is to absorb nutrients from food as the
food is transported to the large intestine. (NCI)
The final section of the small intestine. (NCI)                 Ileum
The portion of the small intestine that extends from the        Jejunum
duodenum to the ileum. (NCI)
The portion of the digestive canal between the pharynx and      Esophagus
stomach. It is about 25 cm long and consists of three parts:
the cervical part, from the cricoid cartilage to the thoracic
inlet; thoracic part, from thoracic inlet to the diaphragm;
and abdominal part, below the diaphragm to the cardiac
opening of the stomach. (NCI)
An organ located under the diaphragm, between the liver         Stomach
and the spleen as well as between the esophagus and the
small intestine. The stomach is the primary organ of food
digestion. (NCI)
A triangular-shaped organ located under the diaphragm in        Liver
the right hypochondrium. It is the largest internal organ of
the body, weighting up to 2 kg. Metabolism and bile
secretion are its main functions. It is composed of cells
which have the ability to regenerate. (NCI)

An organ behind the lower part of the stomach that is the   Pancreas
shape of a fish and about the size of a hand. It is a
compound gland composed of both exocrine and endocrine
tissues. The endocrine pancreas makes insulin so that the
body can use glucose (sugar) for energy. The exocrine
pancreas makes enzymes that help the body digest food.
Spread all over the pancreas are areas called the Islets of
Langerhans. The cells in these areas each have a special
purpose. The alpha cells make glucagon, which raises the
level of glucose in the blood; the beta cells make insulin;
the delta cells make somatostatin. There are also PP cells
and D1 cells, about which little is known. (NCI)

A sense organ needed for the detection of sound and for         Ear
establishing balance. The outer ear consists of the auricle,
the ear canal as well as the tympanic membrane. The
middle ear is made up of an air-filled cavity behind the
tympanic membrane that contains the ossicles (malleus,
incus and stapes). The inner ear is made up of the cochlea
needed for hearing and the vestibular apparatus required
for balance. (NCI)
An endocrine gland located at the base of the neck that         Thyroid Gland
produces and secretes thyroxine and other hormones.
Thyroxine is important for metabolic control. (NCI)
The organ of sight or vision. (NCI)                             Eye
One of a pair of tubes that extend from the uterus to each      Fallopian Tube
of the ovaries. Following ovulation the egg travels down the
fallopian tube to the uterus where fertilization may or may
not occur. (NCI)
One of the paired female reproductive glands containing         Ovary
the ova or germ cells; the ovary's stroma is a vascular
connective tissue containing numbers of ovarian follicles
enclosing the ova. (NCI)
A hollow, thick-walled, muscular organ located within the       Uterus
pelvic cavity of a woman. Within the uterus the fertilized
egg implants and the fetus develops during pregnancy.
(NCI)
The female genital canal, extending from the uterus to the      Vagina
vulva. (NCI)
The external, visible part of the female genitalia              Vulva
surrounding the urethral and vaginal opening. The vulva
includes the clitoris and inner as well as outer labia. (NCI)

The male organ of urination and copulation. (NCI)           Penis
The walnut shaped accessory sex gland of the male           Prostate Gland
reproductive system. It is located in the pelvis just below
the bladder, surrounding the prostatic part of the urethra.
The prostate gland secretes a fluid which is part of the
semen. (NCI)
Either of the paired male reproductive glands that produce Testis
the male germ cells and the male hormones. (NCI)

The organs involved in the creation and excretion of urine.     Urinary System
(NCI)
The distensible sac-like organ that functions as a reservoir    Bladder
of urine, collecting from the kidneys and eliminating via the
urethra. (NCI)
One of the two bean-shaped organs located on each side          Kidney
of the spine in the retroperitoneum. The right kidney is
located below the liver and the left kidney below the
diaphragm. The kidneys filter and secret the metabolic
products and minerals from the blood, thus maintaining the
homeostasis. On the superior pole of each kidney there is
an adrenal gland. Each kidney and adrenal gland is
surrounded by fat. (NCI)
The thick-walled tube that carries urine from each kidney to    Ureter
the bladder. (NCI)
The tube carrying urine from the bladder to outside of the      Urethra
body. (NCI)
The anterior and superior part of a human or animal             Head
bearing the mouth, the brain and sensory organs.
The cartilaginous structure of the respiratory tract between    Larynx
the pharynx and the trachea. It contains elastic vocal cords
required for sound production. (NCI)
The cavity located at the upper end of the alimentary canal,    Oral Cavity
behind the teeth and gums that is bounded on the outside
by the lips, above by the hard and soft palates and below
by the tongue. (NCI)
The muscular organ located in the floor of the mouth and        Tongue
serving as the principal organ of taste and modification of
the voice in speech. (NCI)
The part of the pharynx in the back of the throat, at and       Nasopharynx
above the soft palate. The nasopharynx is continuous with
the nasal passages. (NCI)
The proximal portion of the respiratory passages on either       Nasal Cavity
side of the nasal septum lying between the floor of the
cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the
face to the pharynx. The nasal cavity is lined with ciliated
mucosa, extending from the nares to the pharynx. (NCI)

A hollow tube that starts posterior to the mouth and nasal       Pharynx
cavity and ends superior to the trachea and esophagus.
(NCI)
The largest of the three paired salivary glands, located in      Parotid Gland
front of the ear. (NCI)
The fibrocartilaginous, mucous-lined tube passing from the       Trachea
larynx to the bronchi. (NCI)
A body region referring to an upper or lower extremity.          Limb
(NCI)
An organ that is part of the hematopoietic and immune            Spleen
systems. It is composed of the white pulp and the red pulp
and is surrounded by a capsule. It is located in the left
hypochondriac region. Its functions include lymphocyte
production, blood cell storage, and blood cell destruction.
(NCI)
A bi-lobed organ surrounded by a connective tissue               Thymus Gland
capsule. It is located in the upper anterior portion of the
chest, behind the sternum. It is composed predominantly of
lymphocytes and fewer epithelial cells. Connective tissue
septa separate the lobes into lobules. The lobules contain
an outer portion (cortical zone) which is rich in lymphocytes
and an inner portion (medullary zone) which is rich in
epithelial cells. It is an organ essential for the development
of the immune system. Its function is the maturation of the
progenitor lymphoid cells to thymocytes and subsequently
to mature T-cells. It reaches its greatest weight at puberty
and subsequently begins to involute. (NCI)

A liquid tissue; its major function is to transport oxygen  Blood
throughout the body. It also supplies the tissues with
nutrients, removes waste products, and contains various
components of the immune system defending the body
against infection. Several hormones also travel in the
blood. (NCI)
Tissue responsible for the body movements and the shape Muscle Tissue
and size changes of interna organs. Muscle tissue is
composed of specialized contractile cells. There are two
types of muscle tissue recognized: striated and smooth
muscle. The striated muscle tissue is further subdivided
into skeletal, visceral striated, and cardiac muscle. (NCI)

An organ composed of grey and white matter containing            Brain
billions of neurons that is the center for intelligence and
reasoning. It is protected by the bony cranium. (NCI)
The lower portion of the brainstem located between the          Medulla Oblongata
pons and brainstem. This structure contains several
descending and ascending tracts, lower cranial nerve
nuclei, a significant proportion of the reticular system of the
brainstem and other structures. (NCI)
Clusters of neurons comprising the globus pallidus,             Basal Ganglia
putamen, caudate, nucleus accumbens, substantia nigra
and subthalamic nucleus. They are involved with high level
aspects of inhibitory motor activity in coordination with the
excitation commands issued from the cerebellum. (NCI)

The largest and most lateral of the basal ganglia lying       Putamen
between the lateral medullary lamina of the globus pallidus
and the external capsule. It is part of the neostriatum and
forms part of the lentiform nucleus along with the globus
pallidus. (MeSH) (NCI)
An ovoid mass composed predominantly of gray substance Thalamus
and associated laminae of white substance. The thalamus
is divided into anterior, medial, and lateral parts. The
function of the thalamus is to relay sensory impulses and
cerebellar and basal ganglia projections to the cerebral
cortex. The thalamus is positioned within the posterior part
of the diencephalon forming most of each lateral wall of the
third ventricle. (NCI)
One of a pair of viscera occupying the pulmonary cavities Lung
of the thorax, the organs of respiration in which aeration of
the blood takes place. As a rule, the right lung is slightly
larger than the left and is divided into three lobes (an
upper, a middle, and a lower or basal), while the left has
two lobes (an upper and a lower or basal). Each lung is
irregularly conical in shape, presenting a blunt upper
extremity (the apex), a concave base following the curve of
the diaphragm, an outer convex surface (costal surface),
an inner or mediastinal surface (mediastinal surface), a thin
and sharp anterior border, and a thick and rounded
posterior border. (NCI)

An organ that constitutes the external surface of the body. Skin
It consists of the epidermis, dermis, and skin appendages.
(NCI)
A thin membrane that separates the external auditory canal Tympanic Membrane
from the middle ear. The movement of the tympanic
membrane in response to air pressure changes in the
external ear facilitates the transmission of sound energy by
causing vibration of the ossicular chain. (NCI)

A honeycombed section of bone located near the base of Mastoid Process
the skull, protruding behind the outer ear. It is connected to
the middle ear. (NCI)
The portion of the body that lies between the thorax and the Abdominal Cavity
pelvis. (NCI)
Suprarenal gland. A flattened, roughly triangular body            Adrenal Gland
resting upon the upper end of each kidney; it is one of the
ductless glands furnishing internal secretions (epinephrine
and norepinephrine from the medulla and steroid hormones
from the cortex). (NCI)
The major arterial trunk that carries oxygenated blood from       Aorta
the left ventricle into the ascending aorta behind the heart,
the aortic arch, through the thorax as the descending aorta
and through the abdomen as the abdominal aorta; it
bifurcates into the left and right common iliac arteries.
(NCI)
The underside concavity where the arm and the shoulder            Axilla
are joined. (NCI)
The duct system that transports bile from its origination by      Biliary Tract
hepatocytes in the liver to the small intestine. It is
comprised of the common bile duct that connects the liver
and gall bladder to the small intestine and the cystic duct
that connects the gall bladder to the common bile duct.
(NCI)
A tubular structure through which the blood circulates in the     Blood Vessel
body. Blood vessels constitute a network composed of
arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins. (NCI)

An artery originating at the axillary artery and branching into   Brachial Artery
the radial and ulnar arteries. (NCI)
A nerve network originating from C5 to T1 that supplies           Brachial Plexus
cutaneous and muscular innervation to the arm and hand.
(NCI)
Tubular structure in continuation with the trachea, serving       Bronchus
as air passage. It terminates in the lung (terminal
bronchiole). (NCI)
One of two arteries that supply oxygenated blood to the           Carotid Artery
head and neck; the left common carotid branches from the
aorta and the right common carotid from the innominate
(brachiocephalic artery). (NCI)
Any one of the seven vertebrae that start with C1,                Cervical Vertebra
connecting the skull to the spine, and ends with C7, which
joins the cervical with the thoracic spine. (NCI)
One of a pair of bones linking the scapula and the sternum.       Clavicle
The clavicle is part of the pectoral girdle. (NCI)
A small bone located at the bottom of the spine. The              Coccyx
coccyx is a result of 3-5 fused rudimentary vertebrae. (NCI)

A small cartilagenous flap-like valve that closes over the   Epiglottis
larynx during swallowing to prevent food entering the lungs.
(NCI)
A light and spongy bone that is cubical in shape. This bone Ethmoid Bone
is positioned at the anterior part of the cranium, sitting
between the two orbits, at the roof of the nose. It consists
of four parts: a horizontal or cribriform plate; a
perpendicular plate; and two lateral masses or labyrinths.
(NCI)
A thin membrane of skin with the purpose of covering and Eyelid
protecting an eye. (NCI)
An artery that starts within the inguinal region and extends    Femoral Artery
to the lower extremities. (NCI)
A vein that starts within the inguinal region and extends to    Femoral Vein
the lower extremities. (NCI)
The upper leg bone positioned between the pelvis and the        Femur
knee. (NCI)
The small, lateral calf bone extending from the knee to the     Fibula
ankle. (NCI)
A cluster of nervous tissue principally composed of             Ganglion
neuronal cell bodies external to the central nervous system
(CNS). (NCI)
The space in which the vocal cords are located. (NCI)           Glottis
The lower region of the anterior abdominal wall located         Inguinal Region
laterally to the pubic region. (NCI)
A hollow muscular organ which receives the blood from the       Heart
veins and propels it into the arteries. It is divided by a
musculomembranous septum into two halves -- right or
venous and left or arterial -- each of which consists of a
receiving chamber (atrium) and an ejecting chamber
(ventricle). (NCI)
The upper arm bone between the shoulder and elbow.              Humerus
(NCI)
The portion of the gastrointestinal tract between the           Intestine
stomach and the anus. It includes the small intestine and
large intestine. (NCI)
A biconvex transparent structure of the eye through which       Lens
light is focused on the retina. The lens sits behind the iris
and is supported by the zonule, which connects it to the
ciliary body. The lens is an avascular structure. (NCI)

One of the five bones situated between the thoracic             Lumbar Vertebra
vertebrae and the sacrum in the lower part of the spine.
(NCI)
A bean-shaped organ surrounded by a connective tissue           Lymph Node
capsule. It is part of the lymphatic system and is found
through out the body. It is composed predominantly of
lymphocytes and its main function is immune protection.
(NCI)
A group of organs surrounded by loose connective tissue, Mediastinum
separating the two pleural sacs, between the sternum
anteriorly and the vertebral column posteriorly as well as
from the thoracic inlet superiorly to the diaphragm inferiorly.
The mediastinum contains the heart and pericardium, the
bases of the great vessels, the trachea and bronchi,
esophagus, thymus, lymph nodes, thoracic duct, phrenic
and vagus nerves, and other structures and tissues. (NCI)

A bone belonging to the middle part of the foot located     Metatarsal Bone
between toes and ankle. There are 5 metatarsal bones and
they are numbered from the medial side. (NCI)
A structure of special sense serving as an organ of the     Nose
sense of smell and as an entrance to the respiratory tract.
(NCI)
The second cranial nerve. (NCI)                             Optic Nerve
An air-filled cavity adjacent to the nasal cavity lined by a Paranasal Sinus
mucous membrane and located in the bones of the skull.
There are four paranasal sinuses on each side of the face:
ethmoid, frontal, maxillary, and sphenoid sinus. (NCI)

The bony, basin-shaped structure formed by the hipbones           Pelvis
and the base of the backbone supporting the lower limbs in
humans. (NCI)
Any nerve outside the brain or spinal cord that connects          Peripheral Nerve
with peripheral receptors or effectors. (NCI)
The tissue that lines the wall of the abdominal cavity,           Peritoneum
intestine, and mesentery. It consists of the parietal
peritoneum that covers the inside of the abdominal wall and
the visceral peritoneum that covers the surface of the
intestine and mesentery. (NCI)
Any one of the paired bones, 12 on either side, extending         Rib
from the thoracic vertebrae toward the median line on the
ventral aspect of the trunk. The long curved bones which
form the rib cage. Generally, ribs 1 to 7 are connected to
the sternum' by their costal cartilages and are called true
ribs, whereas ribs 8 to 12 are termed false ribs. (NCI)

The flat triangle-shaped bone that connects the humerus           Scapula
with the clavicle in the back of the shoulder. (NCI)

The musculocutaneous pouch that encloses the testicles.           Scrotum
(NCI)
The bone in the proximal row of carpal bones that lies            Lunate Bone
between the scaphoid and triquetral bones. (NCI)
The bones that form the head, made up of the bones of the         Skull
braincase and face. (NCI)
The long, flat bone connecting with the cartilages of the first   Sternum
seven ribs and the clavicle. (NCI)
A large irregular bone situated at the base and side of the       Temporal Bone
skull, connected with the mandible via the
temporomandibular joint. The temporal bone consists of
the squamous, tympanic and petrous parts. The petrous
portion of the temporal bone contains the vestibulocochlear
organ of the inner ear. (NCI)
One of 12 vertebrae in the human vertebral column. The            Thoracic Vertebra
thoracic vertebrae are situated between the seventh
cervical vertebra down to the first lumbar vertebra. (NCI)
The division of the body lying between the neck and the           Thorax
abdomen. (NCI)
A bone located between the femur and the tarsus, being            Tibia
part of the lower leg. (NCI)
The two organs situated in the throat on either side of the       Tonsil
narrow passage from the mouth to the pharynx. They are
composed of lymphoid tissues. (NCI)
The cranial nerve that controls the superior oblique muscle       Trochlear Nerve
of the eye. (NCI)
The pigmented layer of the eyeball between the tough,             Uvea
white outer coat of the eye and the retina. (NCI)
A blood vessel that carries blood towards the heart.              Vein
A large vein which returns blood from the head, neck and Vena Cava
extremities to the heart. (NCI)
A pair of small bands of muscle that stretch from the            Vocal Cord
thyroid cartilage in front to the arytenoid cartilage in back of
the larynx. The vocal cords help prevent food entering the
lungs and produce sound through vibration. (NCI)

The branch of the brachial artery that passes down the         Radial Artery
forearm. (NCI)
The cavity lined by the pleura, located in the thorax and      Pleural Cavity
contains heart and lungs. (NCI)
A principal artery that originates in the aorta. It supplies   Coronary Artery
blood to the muscular tissue of the heart. (NCI)
One of the usually five fused vertebrae forming the            Sacral Vertebra
triangular bone just below the lumbar vertebrae. (NCI)
A nut-shaped bone of the wrist located in the radial site of   Scaphoid Bone
the hand. It is one of the eight carpal bones. (NCI)
The medial bone of the proximal row of carpal bones. (NCI)     Pisiform Bone

The largest of eight carpal bones, located in the center of    Capitate Bone
the hand. (NCI)
A carpal bone on the thumb side of the hand that               Trapezial Bone
articulates with the 1st and 2nd metacarpals. (NCI)
A carpal bone located between the lunate and pisiform          Triangular Bone
bones. (NCI)
A carpal bone located between the trapezium and capitate       Trapezoid Bone
bones. (NCI)
The medial bone in the distal row of carpal bones. (NCI)       Hamate Bone
A lymph node which is located above the clavicle. (NCI)        Supraclavicular Lymph
                                                               Node
One of approximately 20-30 lymph nodes in chain                Axillary Lymph Node
formation that traverse the concavity of the underarm to the
clavicle. (NCI)
One of two hemispheric projections of variable size situated   Breast
in the subcutaneous layer over the pectoralis major muscle
on either side of the chest. (NCI)
A series of bones, muscles, tendons, and other tissues         Vertebral Column
reaching from the base of the skull to the tailbone. The
vertebral column forms the axis of the skeleton and
encloses as well as protects the spinal cord and the fluid
surrounding the spinal cord. (NCI)
A conical membranous sac filled with serous fluid in which     Pericardium
the heart as well as the roots of the aorta and other large
blood vessels are contained. (NCI)
The entire physical structure of an organism. It is            Body
composed of anatomic systems, regions, cavities, and
spaces. (NCI)
The connection point between two bones or skeletal             Joint
elements. The joint may be fixed or movable. (NCI)
Band of fibrous tissue connecting bone to bone or cartilage    Ligament
to bone thereby supporting or strengthening a joint. (NCI)
Striated muscles that are under voluntary control of the          Skeletal Muscle Tissue
organism. They are connected at either or both ends to a
bone and are utilized for locomotion and other movements.
(NCI)
The dorsal area between the base of the neck and the              Back
sacrum. (NCI)
The region that connects the head to the rest of the body.        Neck
(NCI)
The anterior portion of the head extending from the               Face
forehead to the chin and ear to ear. The facial structures
contain the eyes, nose and mouth, cheeks and jaws. (NCI)

Mucous membrane. (NCI)                                            Mucosa
Relating to the stomach. (NCI)                                    Gastric
Pertaining to, affecting, or associated with the liver. (NCI)     Hepatic

A natural or surgically-induced connection between tubular        Anastomosis
structures in the body. (NCI)
The region of the body between the neck and the upper             Shoulder
arm. (NCI)
The anterior side of the thorax from the neck to the              Chest
abdomen. The shape of the chest is often regarded as
potential insight into a disease process, as in the case of
barrel chest and respiratory dysfunction. (NCI)
Refers to the area associated with the hilum. (NCI)               Hilar
A group of cells that remain of the Graafian follicle following   Corpus Luteum
ovulation. This structure is composed of endocrine tissue
and produces progesterone. This is needed to prepare the
uterine lining for implantation by the fertilized egg. (NCI)

The upper jawbone in vertebrates: it is fused to the              Maxilla
cranium. (NCI)
Two cup shaped areas, one each on the lateral side of the         Acetabulum
lower pelvis that house the head of the femur to form the
ball and socket joint of the hip. (NCI)
The junction of the upper distal end of the scapula to the        Acromioclavicular Joint
distal edge of the collarbone, also known as the acromion
and the clavicle. (NCI)
The upper distal process of the scapula. (NCI)                    Acromion
A gliding joint between the distal ends of the tibia and fibula   Ankle Joint
and the proximal end of the talus. (NCI)
The curved section of the aorta between the ascending and         Aortic Arch
the descending tracts. The brachiocephalic, left common
carotid and left subclavian arteries branch from the aorta at
this section. (NCI)
The portion of the upper extremity between the shoulder           Arm
and the elbow. For clinical purposes this term is also used
to refer to the whole superior limb. (NCI)
One of the moderately large superficial veins of the forearm      Basilic Vein
that transports blood from the hand and the medial aspect
of the forearm to the axillary vein. (NCI)
The first of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                  C1 Vertebra
The second of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                 C2 Vertebra
The third of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                  C3 Vertebra
The fourth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                 C4 Vertebra
The fifth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                C5 Vertebra
The sixth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)                C6 Vertebra
The seventh of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)              C7 Vertebra
A single-cusped (pointed) and usually single-rooted tooth       Canine Tooth
located between the incisors and premolars. (NCI)
One of five superficial veins of the upper extremity,           Cephalic Vein
beginning at the radial aspect of the wrist area, wrapping
around the forearm and emptying into the axillary vein.
(NCI)
Any of the lymph nodes located in the neck. (NCI)               Cervical Lymph Node
Four vertebral segments positioned at the base of the           Coccygeal Vertebra
spine that are fused. (NCI)
The cartilage positioned between the anterior end of the rib    Costal Cartilage
and the sternum. Its elasticity allows the ribcage to expand
while breathing. (NCI)
A bone on the lateral side of the tarsus between the            Cuboid Bone
calcaneus and the fourth and fifth metatarsal bones. (NCI)

An artery of the dorsal surface of the foot, originating from Dorsalis Pedis Artery
the anterior tibial artery of the lower leg. The following
arterial branches originate from the dorsalis pedis artery:
the arcuate artery of the foot and deep plantar artery. (NCI)

A type of hinge joint located between the forearm and      Elbow Joint
upper arm. (NCI)
A space inside the uterus lined by a layer of mucus        Endometrial Cavity
membranes called the endometrium. (NCI)
A synovial joint between two adjacent vertebrae. The facet Facet Joint
joint links the articular process of one vertebra and the
inferior articular process of the adjacent vertebra. (NCI)

Any of the digits of the hand. (NCI)                            Finger
The nail at the end of a finger. (NCI)                          Fingernail
The structure found below the ankle joint required for          Foot
locomotion. (NCI)
The structure on the upper limb, between the elbow and          Forearm
the wrist. (NCI)
The anatomical location where the esophagus joins to the        Gastroesophageal
stomach. (NCI)                                                  Junction
The soft tissue surrounding the neck of individual teeth as     Gingiva
well as covering the alveolar bone. The tissue is fibrous
and continuous with the periodontal ligament and mucosal
covering. (NCI)
The trough in the head of the scapula that receives the         Glenoid Fossa
head of the humerus to form the shoulder joint. (NCI)
A large, irregular, quadrilateral area of bone found at the     Great Trochanter
neck of the femur. (NCI)
The filamentous outgrowth of the epidermis. (NCI)               Hair
The distal portion of the upper extremity. It consists of the   Hand
carpus, metacarpus, and digits. (NCI)
The upper rounded part of the humerus that fits into the        Head of the Humerus
glenoid cavity of the scapula. (NCI)
A ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and       Hip Joint
the acetabulum. (NCI)
A U-shaped bone supporting the tongue. This bone is                 Hyoid Bone
located at the base of the tongue and is suspended from
the tips of the styloid processes of the temporal bones by
the stylohyoid ligaments. (NCI)
One of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior            Iliac Lymph Node
gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral. (NCI)
The broad, dorsal, upper, and widest of the three principal         Ilium
bones composing either half of the pelvis. (NCI)

One of the teeth in front of the canines in either jaw              Incisor
designed for cutting or gnawing. (NCI)
One of the three bones comprising the middle ear. This              Incus
anvil-shaped bone is positioned between the malleus and
the stapes. (NCI)
A superficial or deep lymph node located in the inguinal            Inguinal Lymph Node
area. (NCI)
The hinge synovial joints between the phalanges of the              Interphalangeal Joint of
fingers. (NCI)                                                      the Hand
The most posterior and ventral bone making up the pelvis.           Ischium
(NCI)
The joint between the head of the lower mandible and the            Jaw Joint
temporal bone. (NCI)
A joint connecting the lower part of the femur with the             Knee Joint
upper part of the tibia. The lower part of the femur and the
upper part of the tibia are attached to each other by
ligaments. Other structures of the knee joint include the
upper part of the fibula, located below and parallel to the
tibia, and the patella which moves as the knee bends.
(NCI)
The first lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)         L1 Vertebra

The second lumbar vertebra counting from the top down.              L2 Vertebra
(NCI)
The third lumbar vertebra counting from the top down.               L3 Vertebra
(NCI)
The fourth lumbar vertebra counting from the top down.              L4 Vertebra
(NCI)
The fifth lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)         L5 Vertebra

A small rectangular thin plate forming part of the medial           Lacrimal Bone
orbit wall. It is located posterior to the frontal process of the
maxilla and articulates with the inferior nasal concha,
ethmoid, frontal, and maxillary bones. (NCI)
One of the two lower extremities in humans used for                 Leg
locomotion and support. (NCI)
The transverse fissure on the visceral surface of the liver         Liver Fissure
where the portal vein and hepatic artery enter and the
hepatic ducts leave. (NCI)
The concave side of the lymph node. (NCI)                           Lymph Node Hilum
A hammer-shaped bone, part of three interconnected small            Malleus
bones located in the middle ear. It is attached to the inner
surface of the tympanic membrane and its function is to
transmit sound vibrations. (NCI)
A lymph node located in the mediastinum. Mediastinal               Mediastinal Lymph Node
lymph nodes are arranged in three groups, one on the
lateral, another on the medial, and a third on the anterior
aspect of the vessels; the third group is, however,
sometimes absent. (NCI)
A spheroid joint located between the heads of the                  Metatarsophalangeal
metatarsal bone and the base of the proximal phalanx of            Joint
the toe. (NCI)
The cutaneous plate on the dorsal surface of the distal end        Nail
of a finger or toe. (NCI)
One of two small oblong bones placed side by side at the           Nasal Bone
middle and upper part of the face. (NCI)
The thin wall between the two nasal cavities. (NCI)                Nasal Septum
An oval-shaped bone of the tarsus found on the medial              Navicular Bone
side of the foot. (NCI)
One of the two channels of the nose, from the point where          Nostril
they divide to the external opening. (NCI)
A prominence at the proximal end of the ulna. It forms the         Olecranon
tip of the elbow. (NCI)
The part of the nasal mucosa composed of neuroepithelial           Olfactory Mucosa
tissue and mucus-producing Bowman's glands. The mucus
moistens the epithelium and helps dissolve odor-containing
gases. (NCI)
A lymph node located close to, on, or within the parotid           Parotid Gland Lymph
gland. (NCI)                                                       Node
A small flat triangular bone in front of the knee that             Patella
articulates with the femur and protects the knee joint. (NCI)

The caudal portion of the trunk, bounded anteriorly and            Pelvic Bone
laterally by the two hip bones incorporating the socket
portion of the hip joint for each leg. Posteriorly it is bounded
by the sacrum and coccyx. (NCI)
The area located between the anus and vulva in females,            Perineum
and anus and scrotum in males. (NCI)
A fold of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium at       Pharyngeal Tonsil
the very back of the nose, in the roof of the nasopharynx.
(NCI)
A short thick trunk vein that transports blood containing the      Portal Vein
absorbed products of digestion from the intestine directly to
the liver. (NCI)
The muscular structure at the distal portion of the stomach,       Pyloric Sphincter
opening into the duodenum. (NCI)
The joint located between the sacrum and the ilium. (NCI)          Sacroiliac Joint

The triangular bone, made up of 5 fused bones of the               Sacrum
spine, located in the lower area of the spine between the
fifth lumbar vertebra and the coccyx. (NCI)
A ball-and-socket joint at the upper end of the humerus,           Shoulder Joint
located at the junction of humerus and scapula. (NCI)
A recess, cavity, or channel. (NCI)                                Sinus
The synovial juncture between the medial end of the                Sternoclavicular Joint
clavicle and the anterior segment of the sternum. (NCI)
A viscid fluid secreted by the synovial membrane, serving          Synovial Fluid
as a lubricant. (NCI)
The first thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T1 Vertebra
(NCI)
The tenth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T10 Vertebra
(NCI)
The eleventh thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.       T11 Vertebra
(NCI)
The twelfth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.        T12 Vertebra
(NCI)
The second thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.         T2 Vertebra
(NCI)
The third thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T3 Vertebra
(NCI)
The fourth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.         T4 Vertebra
(NCI)
The fifth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T5 Vertebra
(NCI)
The sixth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T6 Vertebra
(NCI)
The seventh thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.        T7 Vertebra
(NCI)
The eighth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.         T8 Vertebra
(NCI)
The ninth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down.          T9 Vertebra
(NCI)
Any one of the seven bones forming the instep of the foot.       Tarsus Bone
(NCI)
A part of the lower limb, located between hip and knee.          Thigh
(NCI)
One of the terminal digits of the foot. (NCI)                    Toe
A thin, horny translucent plate covering the end of each toe.    Toenail
(NCI)
One of a pair of flat, large, triangular muscles that extend     Trapezius Muscle
from the external occipital protuberance and the medial
third of the superior nuchal line of the occipital bone to the
middle of the back. The trapezius muscle is involved in
moving the shoulder and arm. (NCI)
A bony protrusion on the femoral bone to which muscles           Trochanter
are attached. (NCI)
The body excluding the head and neck and limbs. (NCI)            Trunk
The inner most layer of the blood vessel wall. The               Tunica Intima
consistency of the intima will vary depending on the type of
blood vessel, but will always have an endothelial layer with
a basal lamina. It may contain collagen and elastic fibers.
(NCI)
A thin, paired or unpaired, trapezoidal bone of the skull        Vomer
located in the floor of the nasal cavity. The vomer forms the
posterior and inferior parts of the nasal septum. (NCI)

A joint between the distal end of the radius and the             Wrist Joint
proximal row of carpal bones. (NCI)
The cartilage just below the sternal body. (NCI)                 Xiphoid Process
The upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract is comprised of mouth,    Gastrointestinal Tract
pharynx, esophagus and stomach while the lower GI tract
consists of intestines and anus. The primary function of the
GI tract is to ingest, digest, absorb and ultimately excrete
food stuff. (NCI)
The lower opening of the digestive tract, lying in the cleft    Anus
between the buttocks, through which fecal matter is
extruded. (NCI)
A lymph node that drains lymph from a region of interest.       Regional Lymph Node
(NCI)
The upper segment of the sternum, quadrangular in shape,        Sternal Manubrium
as well as wider superiorly and narrower inferiorly. The
sternal manubrium articulates with the clavicle and first two
ribs. (NCI)
An irregularly shaped bone positioned at the back part of       Palatine Bone
the nasal cavity between the maxilla and the pterygoid
process of the sphenoid. It forms the posterior part of the
hard palate and the lateral wall of the nasal fossa and helps
to form the floor of the orbit as well as several adjoining
parts. (NCI)
The skin or integument surrounding the leg. (NCI)               Leg Skin
The skin or integument covering the arm. (NCI)                  Arm Skin
The skin or integument surrounding the abdomen. (NCI)           Abdominal Skin
The ninth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 9
(NCI)
The eighth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.      Rib 8
(NCI)
The seventh rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.     Rib 7
(NCI)
The sixth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 6
(NCI)
The fifth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 5
(NCI)
The fourth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.      Rib 4
(NCI)
The third rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 3
(NCI)
The second rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.      Rib 2
(NCI)
The twelfth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.     Rib 12
(NCI)
The eleventh rib counting from the top of the rib cage          Rib 11
down. (NCI)
The tenth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 10
(NCI)
The first rib counting from the top of the rib cage down.       Rib 1
(NCI)
A bone of the hand. (NCI)                                       Hand Phalanx
A bone of the foot. (NCI)                                       Foot Phalanx
The bone of the foot that connects with the tibia and fibula    Talus
to form the ankle joint. (NCI)
The longest single nerve that is formed by the merging of       Sciatic Nerve
the ventral rami of the L4, L5, and S1 in the pelvis and
passes down the lower limb where it divides into the
common peroneal and tibial nerves. (NCI)
The narrow passage from the mouth to the cavity at the          Throat
back of the mouth. (NCI)
The short, constricted portion of the thigh bone between        Femoral Neck
the femur head and the trochanter. (NCI)
Male internal and external organs of reproduction.              Male Genitalia
Female internal and external organs of reproduction.            Female Genitalia
A portion of the pancreas that extends behind the superior      Uncinate Process of
mesenteric artery and superior mesenteric vein. (NCI)           Pancreas

The total system of structures outside the lungs that move      Chest Wall
as a part of breathing; it includes all structures from the
skin to the parietal pleura. (NCI)
A lymph node located in the area below the clavicle. (NCI)      Infraclavicular Lymph
                                                                Node
Any bone that contributes to the facial structures, except      Facial Bone
those bones that are part of the braincase. (NCI)
The abdominal circumference at the navel. (NCI)                 Waist
The lateral prominence of the pelvis from the waist to the      Hip
thigh. (NCI)
A lymph node at the base of the celiac artery. (NCI)            Celiac Lymph Node
The anatomic space in the root of a tooth that contains         Tooth Canal
nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. (NCI)
A bone prominence to which ligaments and tendons of the         Epicondyle
joints are attached. (NCI)
Classifications that describe and group pertinent events        CDISC SDTM Category
that occur throughout the conduct of a clinical trial.          For Disposition Event
                                                                Terminology

Occurrences within some epochs that are initiated by a          Protocol Milestone
protocol-specified event. The most common protocol
milestone is "Informed Consent Obtained" which usually
documents the start of the study.
Other important events that occur during a trial but are not    Protocol Event
driven by protocol requirements.
The group of incidents that occur during a clinical trial and   Protocol Disposition
describe whether a subject completed the study epoch or         Event
the reason this event did not occur. The subject's
disposition is often described for each phase of the study.

A classification system used to categorize the sensitivity of CDISC SDTM
a subject's skin to sunlight.                                 Fitzpatrick Skin
                                                              Classification
                                                              Terminology
Individuals who never tan and always sunburn if exposed to Fitzpatrick Skin Type I
any appreciable amount of sunlight, primarily red headed
individuals and lightly complected blondes. (Reference:
Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of sun-reactive
skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998 124: 869-
871)
Individuals who frequently burn but are able to tan to a      Fitzpatrick Skin Type II
small degree after extended sun exposure. (Reference:
Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of sun-reactive
skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998 124: 869-
871)
Individuals who burn infrequently and tan readily.              Fitzpatrick Skin Type III
(Reference: Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of
sun-reactive skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998
124: 869-871)
Individuals who rarely burn and tan heavily with moderate       Fitzpatrick Skin Type IV
sun exposures, especially individuals of Asian, American
Indian, Mediterranean and Latin American descent.
(Reference: Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of
sun-reactive skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998
124: 869-871)
Individuals who have dark constitutive pigmentation but         Fitzpatrick Skin Type V
become noticeably darker with sun exposure, especially
light complected black individuals, those of Indian descent.
(Reference: Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of
sun-reactive skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998
124: 869-871)
Individuals who have the heaviest constitutive                  Fitzpatrick Skin Type VI
pigmentation, especially dark skinned black individuals.
(Reference: Fitzpatrick TB: The validity and practicality of
sun-reactive skin types I through VI. Arch. Dermatol. 1998
124: 869-871)
A distinctive characteristic of the skin marked by the          CDISC SDTM Skin Type
amount of sebum secreted by sebaceous glands.                   Terminology
The pores of the skin are generally large and visible with a    Oily Skin
coarse or thick texture. It has a tendency to look dull and
greasy and feels oily to the touch.
The pores are generally fine with a papery thin texture that    Dry Skin
feels dry to the touch. Usually flaky and dull looking.

The pores are visible but not large. The texture is neither     Normal Skin
fine or thick and it neither feels dry or oily to the touch.

A unique code representing each Subject Characteristic.         CDISC SDTM Subject
                                                                Characteristic Code
                                                                Terminology
Years of education that a person has completed.                 Education Level

A demographic parameter indicating a person's current           Marital Status
conjugal status.
A code specifying the job performed by the employee for         Occupation
the employer. For example, accountant, programmer
analyst, patient care associate, staff nurse, etc.

A classification system used to categorize the sensitivity of   Fitzpatrick Classification
a subject's skin to sunlight.                                   Scale
A distinctive characteristic of the skin marked by the          Skin Type
amount of sebum secreted by sebaceous glands.
A code qualifying the employment in various ways, such as,      Employee Job Class
full-time vs. part time, etc.
A code specifying the method used by the employer to            Employee Salary Type
compute the employee's salary or wages. For example,
hourly, annual, or commission.
A demographic parameter indicating a person's current           Marital Status
conjugal status.                                                Terminology
Marriage contract has been declared null and to not have        Annulled
existed. (HL7)
Marriage contract has been declared dissolved and               Divorced
inactive. (HL7)
Temporary order issued during the course of litigation.         Interlocutory
(HL7)
A person living apart from his/her spouse by legal              Separated
arrangement. (HL7)
A current marriage contract is active. (HL7)                    Married
No marriage contract has ever been entered. (HL7)               Never Married
The spouse has died. (HL7)                                      Widowed
More than 1 current spouse. (HL7)                               Polygamous
Person declares that a domestic partnership relationship        Domestic Partnership
exists. (HL7)
Terminology codelist used to identify the race of an            CDISC SDTM Race
individual within the Clinical Data Interchange Standards       Terminology
Consortium Study Data Tabulation Model.
A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of    African American
Africa. Terms such as "Haitian" or "Negro" can be used in
addition to "Black or African American." (FDA)

A person having origins in any of the original peoples of       American Indian or
North and South America (including Central America), and        Alaska Native
who maintains tribal affiliation or community attachment.
(FDA)
A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the   Asian
Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent
including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Japan,
Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand,
and Vietnam. (FDA)
Denotes a person having origins in any of the original          Native Hawaiian or
peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands.       Other Pacific Islander
The term covers particularly people who identify
themselves as part-Hawaiian, Native Hawaiian, Guamanian
or Chamorro, Carolinian, Samoan, Chuu. (FDA)

Denotes a person with European, Middle Eastern, or North White
African ancestral origin who identifies, or is identified, as
White. (FDA)
The name of the test for the drug accountability              CDISC SDTM Drug
assessment.                                                   Accountability Test
                                                              Terminology by Name
The quantity of a product that has been dispensed. (NCI)      Dispensed Amount

The quantity of a product that has been returned. (NCI)         Returned Amount

The short name, or code, of the test for the drug               CDISC SDTM Drug
accountability assessment.                                      Accountability Test
                                                                Terminology by Code
The quantity of a product that has been dispensed. (NCI)        Dispensed Amount

The quantity of a product that has been returned. (NCI)         Returned Amount
The physical state or quality of a biological specimen.        CDISC SDTM Specimen
                                                               Condition Terminology

A specimen that has been subjected to and immobilized by       Frozen Specimen
severe cold. (NCI)
A specimen that has undergone the destruction of red           Hemolysis in Specimen
blood cells followed by the release of the hemoglobin.
(NCI)
A specimen that consists of or contains excessive amounts      Lipemic Specimen
of fat and fatty substances. (NCI)
A specimen that has been kept or preserved at a low            Refrigerated Specimen
temperature in a refrigerator. (NCI)
A specimen that has been subjected to and adjusted to the      Specimen at Room
average ambient temperature of a room, usually                 Temperature
considered to be around 20° C (68° F). (NCI)
A specimen that has undergone calcification. (NCI)             Calcified Specimen
A specimen that has become coagulated. (NCI)                   Clotted Specimen
A specimen that has undergone autolysis, or self-digestion     Autolized Specimen
by the specimen's own digestive enzymes. (NCI)

The name and description of a biological specimen.             CDISC SDTM Specimen
                                                               Type Terminology

A specialized form of connective tissue consisting primarily   Adipose Tissue
of adipocytes (fat cells), surrounded by a meshwork of
collagen fibers. (NCI)
The fluid within the amniotic cavity which surrounds and       Amniotic Fluid
protects the developing embryo. (NCI)
The watery fluid which is present in the anterior and          Aqueous Humor
posterior chambers of the eye. (NCI)
Oxygenated blood which is transported with nutrients to        Arterial Blood
body tissues through the arterial system. The exception is
blood within the pulmonary artery which carries
deoxygenated blood to the lungs. (NCI)
Fatty tissue which is deposited in the inner lining of the     Atherosclerotic Plaque
arterial wall. (NCI)
Fluid composed of waste products, bile acids, salts,           Bile
cholesterol, and electrolytes. It is secreted by the liver
parenchyma and stored in the gallbladder. (NCI)
A liquid tissue with the primary function of transporting      Blood
oxygen and carbon dioxide. It supplies the tissues with
nutrients, removes waste products, and contains various
components of the immune system defending the body
against infection.
Calcified connective tissue that forms the skeletal            Bone
components of the body. (NCI)
The tissue occupying the spaces of bone. It consists of        Bone Marrow
blood vessel sinuses and a network of hematopoietic cells
which give rise to the red cells, white cells, and
megakaryocytes. (NCI)
Milk produced by females for the purpose of feeding their      Breast Milk
young. (NCI)
Accumulated material from the secretions of an organ. It is Stone
solid and representative examples include gallbladder
stones, kidney stones, and salivary gland stones. (NCI)

The fluid that is contained within the brain ventricles, the    Cerebrospinal Fluid
subarachnoid space and the central canal of the spinal
cord. (NCI)
A wax secreted by glands in the ear canal.                      Cerumen
A thick, protein-rich substance secreted by the breasts         Colostrum
during the second half of pregnancy and for a few days
after birth before the breast milk comes in.
Stomach contents that have returned to the mouth or are         Vomitus
ejected beyond the mouth. (NCI)
The air that moves out of the chest during expiration. It       Expired Air
contains a higher percentage of carbon dioxide and a lower
percentage of oxygen compared to the inhaled air. (NCI)

Fluid, cells or cellular debris that escapes from the blood     Exudate
vessels and accumulates in nearby tissues. It is the result
of inflammation and is rich in proteins.
Liquid substances produced by the body.                         Body Fluid or Substance

The filamentous outgrowth of the epidermis. (NCI)              Hair
Vaginal discharge occurring during the post-partum period. Lochia
It consists of a mixture of blood, mucus, and placental
remnants. (NCI)
Pulmonary surfactant lines the lung epithelium and lowers Lung Surfactant
surface tension to prevent collapse at end-expiration.
Deficiency of pulmonary surfactant results in respiratory
distress syndrome (RDS) in premature infants. Lung
surfactant is synthesized in alveolar type II cells, stored in
lamellar bodies and secreted via exocytosis. (NCI)

A clear, transparent, sometimes faintly yellow and slightly     Lymph
opalescent fluid that is collected from the tissues
throughout the body, flows in the lymphatic vessels
(through the lymph nodes), and is eventually added to the
venous blood circulation. Lymph consists of a clear liquid
portion, varying numbers of white blood cells (chiefly
lymphocytes), and a few red blood cells. (NCI)

The newborn’s first intestinal discharge. It is a dark-green,   Meconium
thick substance composed of mucus, intestinal secretions,
hair, and intestinal mucosa cells. (NCI)
The discharged blood from the uterus during the                 Menstrual Blood
reproductive years. The discharge occurs approximately
once a month. (NCI)
The thick fluid secreted by the mucus glands in the             Mucus
aerodigestive tract and the vagina. (NCI)
The cutaneous plate on the dorsal surface of the distal end     Nail
of a finger or toe. (NCI)
Plasma is the fluid (acellular) portion of the circulating      Plasma
blood, as distinguished from the serum that is the fluid
portion of the blood obtained by removal of the fibrin clot
and blood cells after coagulation.
A yellowish substance produced during bacterial                   Pus
inflammation. It contains necrotic cells and cells fighting the
infection. (NCI)
A clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands     Saliva
and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and
starts the digestion of starches. (NCI)
A thick, oily substance produced by the sebaceous glands          Sebum
located in the dermis. (NCI)
The thick, whitish secretion of the male reproductive             Semen
organs. It is composed of spermatozoa in their nutrient
plasma, secretions from the prostate, seminal vesicles, and
various other glands, epithelial cells, and minor
constituents.
Part of the ejaculated fluid. It contains secretions from the     Seminal Fluid
seminal vesicles, Cowper gland, and prostate gland.

The clear portion of the blood that remains after the             Serum
removal of the blood cells and the clotting proteins. (NCI)

A white secretion of the sebaceous glands of the foreskin. Smegma
(NCI)
Material containing mucus, cellular debris, microorganisms Sputum
and sometimes blood or pus. It is ejected through the
mouth from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea. (NCI)

The material discharged from the bowel during defecation.         Feces
It consists of undigested food, intestinal mucus, epithelial
cells, and bacteria. (NCI)
The liquid secreted by the sweat glands. (NCI)                    Sweat
An anatomical structure consisting of similarly specialized       Tissue
cells and intercellular matrix, aggregated according to
genetically determined spatial relationships, performing a
specific function. (NCI)
The fluid that passes through the wall of the veins and           Transudate
capillaries to the surrounding tissues because of increased
intravascular pressure. It has low protein content. (NCI)

The fluid that is excreted by the kidneys. It is stored in the    Urine
bladder and discharged through the urethra. (NCI)
Deoxygenated blood containing urea and other waste                Venous Blood
products which is transported through the venous system
to the heart and lungs. The exception is blood within the
pulmonary vein which is oxygenated and travels from the
lungs to the left atrium of the heart. (NCI)

The role that the individual or entity plays with respect to a    CDISC SDTM Evaluator
specific situation or person.                                     Terminology
The primary person in charge of the care of a patient,            Caregiver
usually a family member or a designated health care
professional. (NCI)
A son or a daughter.                                              Child
A mother or a father.                                             Parent
A person to whom a clinical investigator delegates routine          Clinical Coordinator
administrative requirements of a protocol. The duties and
responsibilities of a clinical research coordinator may vary
across different infrastructures. Generally, the coordinator
manages the subject's clinical trial participation and
provides a vital linkage between the subject, the
investigator, and the sponsor. (NCI)

A person who is employed by a study sponsor or by a                 Clinical Research
contract research organization (CRO), operates                      Associate
independently from the clinical study site and functions as a
monitor, and/or auditor, and/or a project director within a
particular trial or institution. (NCI)
An entity that is responsible for the initiation, management,       Clinical Study Sponsor
and/or financing of a clinical study.
A person qualified to be engaged in activity directed at            Health Care
preservation of mental and physical health by diseases              Professional
prevention and treatment as a source of livelihood. (NCI)
An individual qualified to perform an evaluation who is             Independent Rater
masked from a subject's data in order to minimize bias or
maximize consistency and quality. (NCI)
A person responsible for the conduct of the clinical trial at a     Investigator
trial site. If a trial is conducted by a team of individuals at
the trial site, the investigator is the responsible leader of the
team and may be called the principle investigator.

A person whom an individual knows, likes, and trusts.               Friend
(NCI)
An individual who is observed, analyzed, examined,                  Study Subject
investigated, experimented upon, or/and treated in the
course of a particular study.
A person's partner in marriage. (NCI)                               Spouse
A person who is a member of an unmarried couple,                    Domestic Partnership
including same sex couples living together in longstanding
relationships, that are registered or unregistered. (NCI)

An external committee whose purpose is to evaluate study            Adjudication Committee
data and decide whether a study endpoint or other criterion
has been met. (NCI)
An individual who is authorized under applicable State or           Guardian
local law to consent on behalf of a child or incapable
person to general medical care including participation in
clinical research. (NCI)
A description of the results relative to the normal or      CDISC SDTM
expected range of values.                                   Reference Range
                                                            Indicator
Reported values within the typical or expected range. (NCI) Normal Reference
                                                            Range
Reported values outside the typical or expected range.      Abnormal Reference
(NCI)                                                       Range
Reported values above the typical or expected range. (NCI) Value Above Reference
                                                            Range
Reported values below the typical or expected range. (NCI) Value Below Reference
                                                            Range
The description of relationship types between a record or       CDISC SDTM
set of records.                                                 Relationship Type
                                                                Terminology
A textual representation of the numeral 1.                      One
More than one. (NCI)                                            Many
A classification of usage or experience that falls into three   CDISC SDTM
categories; never, current, or former.                          Never/Current/Former
                                                                Classification
                                                                Terminology
Not ever; at no time in the past.                               Never

Occurring in or belonging to the present time. (NCI)            Current

Occurring prior to something else. (NCI)                        Previous

				
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