616 Diseases

Neglected Tropical Disease Ontology

"The Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) are a set of diseases which persist in exactly the physical, psychosocial and economic situation of the poorest, most marginalized populations of the developing world. Most NTDs diseases are chronic diseases which are related to poverty as a promoter of parasitic, bacterial, and also viral or fungal infections. Although of major healthcare impact in developing and threshold countries NTDs are still seen as a rare event in developed countries.

Advancing Clinico-Genomic Trials on Cancer Master Ontology

"The intention of the ACGT Master Ontology (MO) is to represent the domain of cancer research and management in a computationally tractable manner. The ACGT MO is built being maintained, using the Protégé-OWL free open-source ontology editor, Version 4. It is written in OWL-DL and presented as an .owl file. The ACGT MO is re-using Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) as upper level and the OBO Relation Ontology."

International Classification of Diseases

"The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is the standard diagnostic tool for epidemiology, health management and clinical purposes. This includes the analysis of the general health situation of population groups. It is used to monitor the incidence and prevalence of diseases and other health problems. It is used to classify diseases and other health problems recorded on many types of health and vital records including death certificates and health records.

Thésaurus des traitements VIH/sida

"Le Thésaurus des traitements VIH/sida est présenté dans un ordre alphabétique. Cette forme de présentation regroupe en une seule liste alphabétique les descripteurs et les non-descripteurs accompagnés des liens sémantiques, tels que désignés par les codes EA (équivalent anglais), EM (employer), EP (employé pour), TG (terme générique), TS (terme spécifique) et TA (terme associé). Quelquefois, une note explicative (NE) est utilisée pour préciser l'usage d’un terme donné, ou pour diriger l'utilisateur ou l'utilisatrice vers le Thésaurus multilingue européen sur le sida et l'infection à VIH.

"The HIV / AIDS Treatment Thesaurus is presented in alphabetical order, which combines in a single alphabetical list descriptors and non-descriptors accompanied by semantic links, as designated by the EA (English equivalent), EM (Employ), EP (employee for), TG (generic term), TS (specific term) and TA (associate term) Sometimes an explanatory note (BN) is used to specify the use of a given term, To refer the user to the European multilingual thesaurus on AIDS and HIV infection.

Thésaurus multilingue européen sur le sida et l'infection à VIH

"Pour faciliter son emploi, le thésaurus est présenté en trois parties: Une partie principale multilingue sur le sida et l'infection à VIH; Une partie géographique multilingue qui décrit les pays et les grandes régions du monde; Une partie monolingue contenant les annexes de la Belgique, l’Espagne, la France, les Pays-Bas, le Portugal et la Suisse.

"To facilitate its use, the thesaurus is presented in three parts: A multilingual main part on AIDS and HIV infection A multilingual geographical part describing the countries and major regions of the world A monolingual part containing the annexes of Belgium, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland The thesaurus is presented in each language version in the following forms: Main part on AIDS and HIV infection: structured alphabetical list (In the language of the language version with indication of the terms in the other languages), hierarchical list by microthesaurus (in th

NosoBase Thesaurus

"Ce thésaurus comporte 1079 descripteurs (mots-clés) organisés entre eux par des relations: termes préférentiel, non préférentiel, générique et spécifique. Les documentalistes qui indexent les documents référencés dans NosoBase, utilise le thésaurus NosoBase pour remplir le champ Mot(s)-clé(s)."

"This thesaurus consists of 1079 descriptors organized by preferential, non-preferential, generic and specific terms. The documentalists who index the documents referenced in NosoBase use the NosoBase thesaurus to fill in the word (s). "

International Classification of Headache Disorders

"This classification is hierarchical and you must decide how detailed you want to make your diagnosis. This can range from the first-digit level to the fourth. First one gets a rough idea about which group the patient belongs to. Is it for example 1. Migraine or 2. Tension-type headache or 3. Cluster headache and other trigeminal autonomic cephalalgias? Then one obtains information allowing a more detailed diagnosis. The desired detail depends on the purpose.