616 Diseases

Classification of Eye Movement Abnormalities and Strabismus

"The design and conceptual foundation of the CEMAS classification scheme follows traditional ideas and attempts to remain clinically pragmatic. The scheme describes three broad categories of abnormalities: 1) Horizontal Deviations, 2) Vertical Deviations and Special Forms of Strabismus, and finally, 3) Nystagmus and Other Ocular Oscillations and is comprised of eight major areas."

International Classification of Childhood Cancer

"The classification of childhood cancer is based on tumor morphology and primary site with an emphasis on morphology rather than the emphasis on primary site for adults.
In the ICCC, there are certain combinations of histologies, behaviors, and/or sites that are not considered in the schema, and for these we have added a group for unknown ICCC, which includes in situ tumors and some malignant tumors. Therefore, when we produce all sites based on ICCC, we will exclude these cases."

International Classification of Sleep Disorders

"The International Classification of Sleep Disorders is the authoritative text for clinicians to access information about sleep disorders, criteria for diagnosis and other relevant information imperative for the treatment of their patients. This second edition provides the most current nosology of sleep medicine and is designed in a more user-friendly format. It is an invaluable resource for all clinicians. Disorders are grouped into eight categories."

Brucellosis Ontology

"The Brucellosis Ontology (IDOBRU), a biomedical ontology in the brucellosis domain, is an extension ontology of the core Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO-core) and follows OBO Foundry principles. Currently IDOBRU contains 1503 ontology terms, which includes 739 Brucella-specific terms, 414 IDO-core terms, and 350 terms imported from 10 existing ontologies. IDOBRU is the first reported bacterial infectious disease ontology developed to represent different disease aspects in a formal logical format.