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[bioontology-support] Using Bioontology
mdorf at stanford.edu
Wed Jul 17 15:03:19 PDT 2019
Thank you for contacting us with your request. The following call to our search API should give you all info on a specific CPT code:
I am not sure I understand your second question regarding the “content related to the search term”. A few possible pointers here:
1. Once you extracted info on a specific CPT code, you can then use our Search service to further drill down on terms in CPT and/or other ontologies with the identical (or similar) prefLabel (or other properties retrieved in the initial call). Using the above CPT term “Follow-up or Other Outcomes” (1014549), you can execute the following call:
2. You can use our Annotator service to find terms annotated with the same prefLabel:
3. You can use our Mapping service to find terms mapped to the original CPT term:
This particular term doesn’t appear to have any mappings, but I hope you get the idea.
Hope this helps. If you require anything additional, feel free to write back with more specifics.
On Jul 16, 2019, at 10:54 AM, Nathan Parikh <nathan.parikh at alyvant.com<mailto:nathan.parikh at alyvant.com>> wrote:
Hi Bioontology Support,
My name is Nathan Parikh, and I was wondering if I could receive some guidance regarding using CPT codes.
Specifically, I am interested in searching by CPT code, extracting some items (ex: preferred name, synonyms, altLabel,etc), and finding content related to the search term through a search API. Please let me know how I can go about this process. I am new to ontologies.
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