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MDRDUT (MedDRA Dutch) - Statistics


Semantic Type Distribution

Semantic Type IDSemantic Type NameCount Percentage Distribution
T047Disease or Syndrome1847131.3
T033Finding1031417.5
T191Neoplastic Process57719.8
T037Injury or Poisoning45767.8
T061Therapeutic or Preventive Procedure42777.3
T046Pathologic Function35356.0
T184Sign or Symptom23143.9
T059Laboratory Procedure18003.1
T048Mental or Behavioral Dysfunction15422.6
T034Laboratory or Test Result14182.4
T019Congenital Abnormality12102.1
T060Diagnostic Procedure11411.9

Term Type Counts

Term TypeExpanded FormCount
LLTLower Level Term73991
PTDesignated preferred name24820
OLNon-current Lower Level Term9300
HTHierarchical term1737
HGHigh Level Group Term337
SMQStandardised MedDRA Query228
ABAbbreviation in any source vocabulary27
OSSystem-organ class27

Attribute Counts

Attribute TypeExpanded FormCount
SMQ_TERM_WEIGHTStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Term Weight. Used for some SMQ algorithms; "0" is used as default.178404
SMQ_TERM_CATStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Term Category. A single alphabetical letter indicating the category of the term for application of the SMQ algorithm. If the SMQ does not use algorithms, then all Term_category values are assigned "A." For a child SMQ, this field is assigned "S."178404
SMQ_TERM_STATUSStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Term Status. Identifies a term as active ("A") or inactive ("I") within this SMQ.178404
SMQ_TERM_LMVERSIONStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Last Modified Version. Version of MedDRA in which term was last modified in the SMQ.178404
SMQ_TERM_ADDVERSIONStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Addition Version. Version of MedDRA in which term was added to the SMQ.178404
SMQ_TERM_SCOPEStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Term Scope. Defines the MedDRA term as a member of the broad scope (1), narrow scope (2) of the SMQ search, or a child SMQ (0) (zero).178404
SMQ_TERM_LEVELStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Term Level. The MedDRA hierarchy level of a term (4=PT, 5=LLT) or 0 (zero) for a child SMQ.53597
MPSMedDRA primary SOC (PTs may have multiple treepositions, but each has a primary soc)24820
SMQ_STATUSStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Status. "A" = active; "I" = inactive.228
SMQ_LEVELStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Level. Value between 1 and 5 identifying the level of the SMQ within the hierarchy of SMQs; 1 is the most general, 5 is the most narrow.228
SMQ_ALGOStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Algorithm. Boolean expression of algorithm for the SMQ. "N" if the SMQ does not utilize an algorithm.228
SMQ_SOURCEStandardised MedDRA Query (SMQ) Source. Source for the development of the SMQ, e.g. medical references.188
SOSScope Statement132
MISOMedDRA Serial Code International SOC Sort Order Digit (01-26)27

Relationship Counts

Relation Name/Additional LabelExpanded FormCount
SY/translation_ofsource asserted synonymy./Translation of110467
SY/has_translationsource asserted synonymy./Has translation110467
RO/has_memberhas relationship other than synonymous, narrower, or broader/Has member89202
RO/member_ofhas relationship other than synonymous, narrower, or broader/Member of89202
RQ/classifiesrelated and possibly synonymous./Classifies83291
RQ/classified_asrelated and possibly synonymous./Classified as83291
PAR/has parent relationship in a Metathesaurus source vocabulary /Empty relationship attribute38342
CHD/has child relationship in a Metathesaurus source vocabulary /Empty relationship attribute38342
SY/has_expanded_formsource asserted synonymy./Has expanded form27
SY/expanded_form_ofsource asserted synonymy./Expanded form of27

Definition Count

Count
228

Source Overlap

Source# Concepts Sharing Atom/# Total ConceptsPercentage Distribution
MDR58886/58886100.0
MDRBPO58886/58886100.0
MDRCZE58886/58886100.0
MDRFRE58886/58886100.0
MDRGER58886/58886100.0
MDRHUN58886/58886100.0
MDRITA58886/58886100.0
MDRKOR58886/58886100.0
MDRPOR58886/58886100.0
MDRRUS58886/58886100.0
MDRSPA58886/58886100.0
MDRJPN53800/5888691.4
SNOMEDCT_US22856/5888638.8
SCTSPA22477/5888638.2
RCD17001/5888628.9
MEDCIN14418/5888624.5
SNMI14314/5888624.3
CHV13446/5888622.8
ICD9CM11930/5888620.3
NCI9261/5888615.7
ICPC2ICD10ENG8255/5888614.0
MSH7211/5888612.2
ICD10CM7143/5888612.1
ICPC2ICD10DUT6895/5888611.7
MTHICD96665/5888611.3
MSHCZE6490/5888611.0
MSHFRE6346/5888610.8
MSHNOR6170/5888610.5
SNM6171/5888610.5
MSHSPA6059/5888610.3
MSHPOR6084/5888610.3
MSHGER6027/5888610.2
MSHITA5961/5888610.1
MSHSWE5593/588869.5
ICD10AM5495/588869.3
MSHDUT4845/588868.2
MSHPOL4756/588868.1
MSHRUS4758/588868.1
CCPSS4787/588868.1
OMIM4660/588867.9
MSHJPN4274/588867.3
DMDICD104283/588867.3
ICD10DUT4288/588867.3
ICD104326/588867.3
KCD54235/588867.2
MSHFIN4184/588867.1
HPO3953/588866.7
DXP3750/588866.4
CST3619/588866.1
ICPC2P3267/588865.5
WHO3145/588865.3
WHOFRE3070/588865.2
WHOPOR3090/588865.2
WHOGER2769/588864.7
CSP2712/588864.6
NCI_NICHD2590/588864.4
WHOSPA2541/588864.3
COSTAR2555/588864.3
LCH_NW2280/588863.9
MSHSCR2302/588863.9
AOD2072/588863.5
RCDAE1905/588863.2
NCI_CTRP1689/588862.9
LNC1647/588862.8
MEDLINEPLUS1333/588862.3
SNOMEDCT_VET1271/588862.2
LCH1319/588862.2
RCDSY1260/588862.1
PDQ1172/588862.0
NCI_NCI-GLOSS1127/588861.9
PSY956/588861.6
NCI_CDISC889/588861.5
NCI_CELLOSAURUS905/588861.5
BI832/588861.4
NCI_GDC839/588861.4
NCI_CTCAE752/588861.3
CPT754/588861.3
MEDLINEPLUS_SPA655/588861.1
QMR656/588861.1
NCI_caDSR668/588861.1