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[bioontology-support] Radlex ontology

Pere Gil pgil at
Fri Mar 2 01:19:42 PST 2018

Hi Jennifer

Many thanks for your prompt response.

I was able to download it yesterday, btw, the link comes from the RSNA webpage:
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The redirect is working now properly.

On the other hand, I will have a look of the Rest API.


Pere Gil Garcia
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From: Jennifer Leigh Vendetti [mailto:vendetti at]
Sent: jueves, 1 de marzo de 2018 19:53
To: Pere Gil <pgil at>
Cc: support at; Daniel Balliu Collgros <dballiu at>
Subject: Re: [bioontology-support] Radlex ontology

Hello Pere,

On Mar 1, 2018, at 1:16 AM, Pere Gil <pgil at<mailto:pgil at>> wrote:

Good morning,

First of all, let me introduce myself. I'm Pere Gil, the IT Infrastructure manager at Telemedicine Clinic, an European Teleradiology company based in Barcelona with presence in several Nordic countries and the UK, providing both elective and on call services to public and private hospitals.

We are using RSNA's Teaching Files system (MIRC) and we are planning to replace it by a homemade solution. In order to do so and with the ability to perform more detailed queries we want to add metadata (keywords) to every archived case describing the exam in details as well as the related pathologies. We do think that the best way to achieve this purpose is using the Radlex Ontology. I've tried to download this from: but it doesn't work.

I’m not sure where the URL you mention above comes from. The RadLex ontology is available for download from the BIoPortal user interface on this page:

In the “Submissions” table directly below the ontology details, you can click the “OWL” link in the Downloads column for the latest version (3.14).

You can also download the ontology using our REST API from this link:

Use of the REST API required an API key. Instructions for getting an API key are available on our wiki:

I tested downloading RadLex from both links above and had no issues.

Let us know if you’re still having issues.

Kind regards,

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