This page lists specific source data elements and provides information on their representation in the UMLS Metathesaurus.
NeuroNames, developed and maintained by The National Primate Research Center at the University of Washington, is a comprehensive neuroanatomical nomenclature for structures of the primate brain. It includes a standard vocabulary of structure names designed to maximize practicality in verbal communication as well as computerized knowledge management, and contains synonyms of the standard terms in several languages.
Data is supplied in a single XML file.
|NeuroNames_06142016.xml||XML file of standard names, synonyms, acronyms, URLs, and codes.|
|Field Number||Field Name||Description||Representation|
|1||brainInfoID||Unique ID assigned to each neuroanatomical structure||MRCONSO.CODE; MRCONSO.SCUI|
|2||cNIDType||Identifies whether an item is in the classical hierarchy of brain structures (value = h) or not (value = a for ancillary)||MRSAT.ATN=CNIDTYPE|
|3||cNID||IDs used prior to 2009||MRSAT.ATN=CNID|
|4||standardName||Preferred name||MRCONSO.STR; MRCONSO.TTY=PT or MRCONSO.TTY=OP|
|6||synonym||Synonym||MRCONSO.STR; MRCONSO.TTY=SY or MRCONSO.TTY=IS if language = English or Latin, otherwise, mapped to ATN = TRANSLATION|
|7||synonymLanguage||Language of the synonym||used to determine if TTY or ATN is assigned. If language = Mixed, it is not processed.|
|8||pubMedHits||Frequency of term in the PubMed abstracts of the past 25 years||not processed|
|9||brainInfoURL||URL of the central directory page in BrainInfo||MRSAT.ATN=BRAININFO_URL|
The following fields can occur multiple times within a concept: