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[bioontology-support] Coverage of medical specialties in ontologies

Carl Burnett cburnett at healthwise.org
Mon Apr 27 14:59:52 PDT 2015


A number of biomedical ontologies, such as SNOMED-CT, represent the concept of "medical specialty" and its many subclasses. Are there any such ontologies that contain properties along the lines of "specializesIn" or "hasSpecialty" or "treatedBySpecialist" - that is, properties that relate specialties or specialists to particular diseases, conditions, surgical procedures, tests, etc.? I'd welcome any insights or ideas about this question. Thanks.
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