CDISC SDTM Controlled Terminology

CDISC SDTM Controlled Terminology, 2015-12-18
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C1153886 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Code
C1153876 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Name
C101805Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test Code
C101806Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test Name
C66767Action Taken with Study Treatment
C101865Acute Coronary Syndrome Presentation Category
C120985Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test Code
C120984Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test Name
C101807ADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Code
C101808ADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Name
C66781Age Unit
C112435Airway Questionnaire 20 Test Code
C112434Airway Questionnaire 20 Test Name
C119062Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test Code
C119061Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test Name
C119060Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test Code
C119059Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test Name
C100132Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test Code
C100131Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test Name
C106651Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version Questionnaire Test Code
C106650Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version Questionnaire Test Name
C105140Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test Code
C105139Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test Name
C106653Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test Code
C106652Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test Name
C103459Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test Code
C103458Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test Name
C74456Anatomical Location
C120521Anti-Viral Outcome of Treatment
C124668ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Code
C124667ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Name
C124666Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test Code
C124665Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test Name
C101809Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test Code
C101810Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test Name
C106655Baseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Code
C106654Baseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Name
C124300Biospecimen Characteristics Test Code
C124299Biospecimen Characteristics Test Name
C124297Biospecimen Events Dictionary Derived Term
C113852Bladder Control Scale Test Code
C113851Bladder Control Scale Test Name
C113846Borg CR10 Scale Test Code
C113845Borg CR10 Scale Test Name
C113854Bowel Control Scale Test Code
C113853Bowel Control Scale Test Name
C120983Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test Code
C120982Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test Name
C100164Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Test Code
C100163Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Test Name
C100162Brief Pain Inventory Test Code
C100161Brief Pain Inventory Test Name
C100134Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test Code
C100133Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test Name
C101842Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification
C101859Cardiac Procedure Indication
C101866Cardiac Rhythm Device Failure Manifestation
C101853Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation Severity
C101854Cardiac Valvular Stenosis Severity
C119016Cardiovascular Findings About Results
C119015Cardiovascular Findings About Test Code
C119014Cardiovascular Findings About Test Name
C101847Cardiovascular Test Code
C101846Cardiovascular Test Name
C74558Category for Disposition Event
C66797Category for Inclusion/Exclusion
C118971Category of Clinical Classification
C111109Category of Device Events
C115304Category of Functional Test
C124298Category of Oncology Response Assessment
C100129Category of Questionnaire
C124678CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Code
C124677CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Name
C120989Child-Pugh Clinical Classification Test Code
C120988Child-Pugh Clinical Classification Test Name
C120979Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test Code
C120978Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test Name
C120981Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test Code
C120980Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test Name
C119066Clinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test Code
C119065Clinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test Name
C119064Clinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test Code
C119063Clinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test Name
C101811Clinical Dementia Rating Test Code
C101812Clinical Dementia Rating Test Name
C100150Clinical Global Impression Test Code
C100149Clinical Global Impression Test Name
C101813Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Code
C101814Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Name
C106659Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Already Enrolled Subjects Questionnaire Test Code
C106658Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Already Enrolled Subjects Questionnaire Test Name
C100168Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline Test Code
C100167Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline Test Name
C105132Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Phase 1 Study Questionnaire Test Code
C105131Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Phase 1 Study Questionnaire Test Name
C106661Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Questionnaire Test Code
C106660Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Questionnaire Test Name
C111336Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline Questionnaire Test Code
C111335Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline Questionnaire Test Name
C111338Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline/Screening Questionnaire Test Code
C111337Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline/Screening Questionnaire Test Name
C111340Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Since Last Visit Questionnaire Test Code
C111339Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Since Last Visit Questionnaire Test Name
C117989Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Lifetime/Recent Version Questionnaire Test Code
C117988Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Lifetime/Recent Version Questionnaire Test Name
C113848Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired Lifetime/Recent Test Code
C113847Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired Lifetime/Recent Test Name
C111342Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Screening Questionnaire Test Code
C111341Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Screening Questionnaire Test Name
C103461Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Since Last Visit Questionnaire Test Code
C103460Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Since Last Visit Questionnaire Test Name
C87162Common Terminology Criteria for Adverse Events V4.0
C66727Completion/Reason for Non-Completion
C101838Consensus Cardiac Classification System Test Code
C101837Consensus Cardiac Classification System Test Name
C102575Contact Case Investigation Contact Type
C102588Contact Setting
C66785Control Type
C122007COPD Findings About Test Code
C122006COPD Findings About Test Name
C101843Coronary Artery Disease Presentation
C101849Coronary Artery Disease Risk
C101844Coronary Artery Disease Symptoms
C119076Coronary Artery Dissection NHLBI Grade Clinical Classification Test Code
C119075Coronary Artery Dissection NHLBI Grade Clinical Classification Test Name
C119018Coronary Artery Dissection NHLBI Grade Responses
C101860Coronary Artery Dominance
C119074Coronary Thrombus TIMI Grade Clinical Classification Test Code
C119073Coronary Thrombus TIMI Grade Clinical Classification Test Name
C119017Coronary Thrombus TIMI Grade Responses
C101850Coronary Vessel Disease Extent
C66786Country
C117987Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Interview Version Questionnaire Test Code
C117986Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Interview Version Questionnaire Test Name
C119068Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Paper Version Questionnaire Test Code
C119067Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Paper Version Questionnaire Test Name
C100158Current Opioid Misuse Measure Test Code
C100157Current Opioid Misuse Measure Test Name
C116108Death Details Test Code
C116107Death Details Test Name
C119070Dermatology Life Quality Index Questionnaire Test Code
C119069Dermatology Life Quality Index Questionnaire Test Name
C111110Device Events Action Taken with Device
C106480Device Identifier Long Name
C106481Device Identifier Short Name
C111111Device Properties Test Code
C111112Device Properties Test Name
C112037Device Tracking and Disposition Event Dictionary Derived Term
C106483Device-In-Use Test Code
C106482Device-In-Use Test Name
C101857Diabetes Therapy
C66787Diagnosis Group
C66788Dictionary Name
C99074Directionality
C102576Directly Observed Therapy Location
C105130Disability Assessment for Dementia Questionnaire Test Code
C105129Disability Assessment for Dementia Questionnaire Test Name
C115402Disability Rating Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C115401Disability Rating Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C101863Discharge Disposition
C102578Disease Outcome
C112437Disease Steps Questionnaire Test Code
C112436Disease Steps Questionnaire Test Name
C78732Drug Accountability Test Code
C78731Drug Accountability Test Name
C102577Drug Resistance Status
C101815Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status Test Code
C101816Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status Test Name
C90013ECG Lead
C71150ECG Result
C71153ECG Test Code
C71151ECG Test Method
C71152ECG Test Name
C111108Employment Status
C99079Epoch
C103463Epworth Sleepiness Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C103462Epworth Sleepiness Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C66790Ethnic Group
C101817European Quality of Life Five Dimension Five Level Scale Test Code
C101818European Quality of Life Five Dimension Five Level Scale Test Name
C100136European Quality of Life Five Dimension Three Level Scale Test Code
C100135European Quality of Life Five Dimension Three Level Scale Test Name
C78735Evaluator
C123653Exacerbations of Chronic Pulmonary Disease Tool Patient-Reported Outcome Test Code
C123652Exacerbations of Chronic Pulmonary Disease Tool Patient-Reported Outcome Test Name
C115404Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C115403Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C117991Extrapyramidal Symptom Rating Scale-Abbreviated Clinical Classification Test Code
C117990Extrapyramidal Symptom Rating Scale-Abbreviated Clinical Classification Test Name
C100154Faces Pain Scale - Revised Test Code
C100153Faces Pain Scale - Revised Test Name
C113850Fatigue Severity Scale Test Code
C113849Fatigue Severity Scale Test Name
C101832Findings About Test Code
C101833Findings About Test Name
C124670Framingham Heart Study Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Code
C124669Framingham Heart Study Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Name
C71113Frequency
C111344Functional Activities Questionnaire Test Code
C111343Functional Activities Questionnaire Test Name
C111346Functional Activities Questionnaire-NACC Version Test Code
C111345Functional Activities Questionnaire-NACC Version Test Name
C112441Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis Version 4 Questionnaire Test Code
C112440Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis Version 4 Questionnaire Test Name
C105138General Clinical Global Impressions Questionnaire Test Code
C105137General Clinical Global Impressions Questionnaire Test Name
C103329General Observation Class
C103467Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7 Questionnaire Test Code
C103466Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7 Questionnaire Test Name
C111114Genetic Sample Type
C106663Geriatric Depression Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C106662Geriatric Depression Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C106665Geriatric Depression Scale Short Form Questionnaire Test Code
C106664Geriatric Depression Scale Short Form Questionnaire Test Name
C124682Glasgow Coma Scale NINDS Version Clinical Classification Test Code
C124681Glasgow Coma Scale NINDS Version Clinical Classification Test Name
C117737Graft Type
C101819Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale Clinical Classification Test Code
C101820Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale Clinical Classification Test Name
C100138Hamilton Depression Rating Scale - 17 Item Test Code
C100137Hamilton Depression Rating Scale - 17 Item Test Name
C101821Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 21-Item Clinical Classification Test Code
C101822Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 21-Item Clinical Classification Test Name
C115390Hauser Ambulation Index Functional Test Test Code
C115389Hauser Ambulation Index Functional Test Test Name
C106667Health Assessment Questionnaire Disability Index Test Code
C106666Health Assessment Questionnaire Disability Index Test Name
C120522Holter ECG Results
C120523Holter ECG Test Code
C120524Holter ECG Test Name
C103469Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C103468Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C120525Immunogenicity Specimen Assessments Test Code
C120526Immunogenicity Specimen Assessments Test Name
C113856Impact of Visual Impairment Scale Test Code
C113855Impact of Visual Impairment Scale Test Name
C103471International Index of Erectile Function Questionnaire Test Code
C103470International Index of Erectile Function Questionnaire Test Name
C99076Intervention Model
C99078Intervention Type
C124684JFK Coma Recovery Scale-Revised Clinical Classification Test Code
C124683JFK Coma Recovery Scale-Revised Clinical Classification Test Name
C100170Karnofsky Performance Status Scale Test Code
C100169Karnofsky Performance Status Scale Test Name
C101840Killip Class Responses
C112439Kurtzke Expanded Disability Status Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C112438Kurtzke Expanded Disability Status Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C112443Kurtzke Functional Systems Scores Questionnaire Test Code
C112442Kurtzke Functional Systems Scores Questionnaire Test Name
C65047Laboratory Test Code
C67154Laboratory Test Name
C102580Laboratory Test Standard Character Result
C99073Laterality
C101862Lead Abnormality
C101867Lead Status
C101868Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Measurement Result
C101861Lesion Complexity
C101851Location of Most Severe Stenosis Within a Graft
C76348Marital Status
C115406Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4 Questionnaire Test Code
C115405Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4 Questionnaire Test Name
C101845Mechanical Circulatory Support Placement Timing
C96777Medical Evaluator
C124301Medical History Event Date Type
C85492Method
C100152Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument Test Code
C100151Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument Test Name
C102581Microbial Identification Certainty
C85495Microbiology Susceptibility Testing Result Category
C120527Microbiology Test Code
C120528Microbiology Test Name
C85491Microorganism
C89974Microscopic Findings Test Code
C89973Microscopic Findings Test Name
C120991Model for End Stage Liver Disease Clinical Classification Test Code
C120990Model for End Stage Liver Disease Clinical Classification Test Name
C113858Modified Fatigue Impact Scale Test Code
C113857Modified Fatigue Impact Scale Test Name
C112445Modified Hachinski Ischemic Scale-NACC Version Questionnaire Test Code
C112444Modified Hachinski Ischemic Scale-NACC Version Questionnaire Test Name
C106669Modified Medical Research Council Dyspnea Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C106668Modified Medical Research Council Dyspnea Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C111348Modified Rankin Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C111347Modified Rankin Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C114117Morphology Test Code
C114116Morphology Test Name
C100140Movement Disorder Society UPDRS Test Code
C100139Movement Disorder Society UPDRS Test Name
C117741Multiple Sclerosis Findings About Test Code
C117740Multiple Sclerosis Findings About Test Name
C113860Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life-54 Instrument Test Code
C113859Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life-54 Instrument Test Name
C112453National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 Version 2000 Interviewer-Administered Format Test Code
C112452National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 Version 2000 Interviewer-Administered Format Test Name
C112455National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 Version 2000 Self-Administered Format Test Code
C112454National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 Version 2000 Self-Administered Format Test Name
C120993Negative Symptom Assessment-16 Clinical Classification Test Code
C120992Negative Symptom Assessment-16 Clinical Classification Test Name
C88025Neoplasm Type
C116104Nervous System Physiology Test Code
C116103Nervous System Physiology Test Name
C103473Neuropathic Pain Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C103472Neuropathic Pain Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C100144Neuropsychiatric Inventory Test Code
C100143Neuropsychiatric Inventory Test Name
C78738Never/Current/Former Classification
C101839New York Heart Association Classification
C115392Nine-Hole Peg Functional Test Test Code
C115391Nine-Hole Peg Functional Test Test Name
C66742No Yes Response
C101855Non-system Reason for PCI Delay
C101834Normal Abnormal Response
C66789Not Done
C96785Oncology Response Assessment Result
C96782Oncology Response Assessment Test Code
C96781Oncology Response Assessment Test Name
C117743Ophthalmic Exam Test Code
C117742Ophthalmic Exam Test Name
C119013Ophthalmic Focus of Study Specific Interest
C66768Outcome of Event
C115394Paced Auditory Serial Addition Functional Test Test Code
C115393Paced Auditory Serial Addition Functional Test Test Name
C105134Pain Intensity Questionnaire Test Code
C105133Pain Intensity Questionnaire Test Name
C105136Pain Relief Questionnaire Test Code
C105135Pain Relief Questionnaire Test Name
C112447Patient Determined Disease Steps Questionnaire Test Code
C112446Patient Determined Disease Steps Questionnaire Test Name
C103483Patient Health Questionnaire - 15 Item Test Code
C103482Patient Health Questionnaire - 15 Item Test Name
C103481Patient Health Questionnaire - 9 Item Test Code
C103480Patient Health Questionnaire - 9 Item Test Name
C66726Pharmaceutical Dosage Form
C114119Pharmacogenomics Biomarker Medical Statement
C116106Pharmacogenomics Findings Test Code
C116105Pharmacogenomics Findings Test Name
C95121Physical Properties Test Code
C95120Physical Properties Test Name
C85493PK Parameters
C85839PK Parameters Code
C85494PK Units of Measure
C99075Portion/Totality
C71148Position
C124686Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale Clinical Classification Test Code
C124685Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale Clinical Classification Test Name
C102582Priority of Tuberculosis Contact
C101858Procedure
C101856Procedure Urgency Status
C114118Protocol Milestone
C74457Race
C113862RAND 36-Item Health Survey 1.0 Test Code
C113861RAND 36-Item Health Survey 1.0 Test Name
C101864Reason CS/LV Lead Not Implanted
C102584Reason For Treatment
C102583Reason for Treatment Interruption
C102586Reason Treatment Not Administered
C78736Reference Range Indicator
C66728Relation to Reference Period
C100130Relationship to Subject
C78737Relationship Type
C106479Reproductive System Findings Test Code
C106478Reproductive System Findings Test Name
C111106Respiratory Test Code
C111107Respiratory Test Name
C103465Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire Test Code
C103464Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire Test Name
C123655Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Code
C123654Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Name
C124672Reynolds Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Code
C124671Reynolds Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Name
C101848Risk Assessment
C119072Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire Test Code
C119071Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire Test Name
C100166Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire Test Code
C100165Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire Test Name
C66729Route of Administration
C115408Satisfaction With Life Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C115407Satisfaction With Life Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C124302Schizophrenia Findings About Test Code
C124303Schizophrenia Findings About Test Name
C100160Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain - Revised Test Code
C100159Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain - Revised Test Name
C66734SDTM Domain Abbreviation
C116111SDTM Species
C66769Severity/Intensity Scale for Adverse Events
C66731Sex
C66732Sex of Participants
C111350Sheehan Disability Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C111349Sheehan Disability Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C100156Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire-2 Test Code
C100155Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire-2 Test Name
C66733Size
C76351Skin Classification
C112024Skin Response Test Code
C112023Skin Response Test Name
C74561Skin Type
C102587Social Risk Factor
C78733Specimen Condition
C78734Specimen Type
C106671St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire for COPD Patients Test Code
C106670St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire for COPD Patients Test Name
C112449St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 3 Months Version Test Code
C112448St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 3 Months Version Test Name
C112451St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 4 Weeks Version Test Code
C112450St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 4 Weeks Version Test Name
C119080Stent Thrombosis Coronary ARC Grade Clinical Classification Test Code
C119079Stent Thrombosis Coronary ARC Grade Clinical Classification Test Name
C119020Stent Thrombosis, Coronary ARC Grade Responses
C119019Stent Thrombosis, Coronary, ARC Timing Responses
C99077Study Type
C74559Subject Characteristic Test Code
C103330Subject Characteristic Test Name
C124304Subject Status Response
C124305Subject Status Test Code
C124306Subject Status Test Name
C101828Subjective Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Code
C101829Subjective Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Name
C101852Sudden Death Syndrome Type
C102579Supporting Evidence for Re-Treatment
C115396Symbol Digit Modalities Functional Test Test Code
C115395Symbol Digit Modalities Functional Test Test Name
C103485Symptom Impact Questionnaire Test Code
C103484Symptom Impact Questionnaire Test Name
C124662Tanner Scale Boy Clinical Classification Test Code
C124661Tanner Scale Boy Clinical Classification Test Name
C124664Tanner Scale Girl Clinical Classification Test Code
C124663Tanner Scale Girl Clinical Classification Test Name
C120987The Body-Mass Index, Airflow Obstruction, Dyspnea, and Exercise Capacity Index Clinical Classification Test Code
C120986The Body-Mass Index, Airflow Obstruction, Dyspnea, and Exercise Capacity Index Clinical Classification Test Name
C103479The Oswestry Disability Index Version 2.1a Questionnaire Test Code
C103478The Oswestry Disability Index Version 2.1a Questionnaire Test Name
C103477The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Short Form Test Code
C103476The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Short Form Test Name
C103475The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Test Code
C103474The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Test Name
C115398Timed 25-Foot Walk Functional Test Test Code
C115397Timed 25-Foot Walk Functional Test Test Name
C115400Timed Up and Go Functional Test Test Code
C115399Timed Up and Go Functional Test Test Name
C101841TIMI Flow Responses
C124688Trail Making Functional Test Test Code
C124687Trail Making Functional Test Test Name
C106657Transition Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Code
C106656Transition Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Name
C102589Treatment Episode
C102585Treatment Failure Reason
C124307Treatment Intent
C124308Treatment Setting
C66735Trial Blinding Schema
C66736Trial Indication Type
C66737Trial Phase
C66738Trial Summary Parameter Test Code
C67152Trial Summary Parameter Test Name
C66739Trial Type
C123650Tumor and Lesion Identification Test Results
C96784Tumor Identification Test Code
C96783Tumor Identification Test Name
C96779Tumor or Lesion Properties Test Code
C96778Tumor or Lesion Properties Test Name
C124309Tumor or Lesion Properties Test Result
C100148Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale Test Code
C100147Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale Test Name
C71620Unit
C66770Units for Vital Signs Results
C103489Urgency Perception Scale Questionnaire Test Code
C103488Urgency Perception Scale Questionnaire Test Name
C102590Vaccination Evidence Source
C116110Viral Resistance Findings Test Code
C116109Viral Resistance Findings Test Name
C66741Vital Signs Test Code
C67153Vital Signs Test Name
C117746West Haven Hepatic Encephalopathy Grade
C124680West Haven Hepatic Encephalopathy Grade Clinical Classification Test Code
C124679West Haven Hepatic Encephalopathy Grade Clinical Classification Test Name
C124674WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Code
C124673WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Name
C124676WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Children Clinical Classification Test Code
C124675WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Children Clinical Classification Test Name
C100176Work Productivity and Activity Impairment Questionnaire - Specific Health Problem V2.0 Test Code
C100175Work Productivity and Activity Impairment Questionnaire - Specific Health Problem V2.0 Test Name

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NCI CodeCDISC SynonymCDISC DefinitionPreferred Term
CDISC Submission Value [ODM:CodedValue]
CL.C115388.SIX MINUTE WALK TESTCD6 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Code
(SIX MINUTE WALK TESTCD)
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C1153886 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Code6 Minute Walk Test test code.CDISC Functional Test 6MWT Test Code Terminology
SIXMW101C115800SIXMW1-Distance at 1 Minute6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 1 minute.6MWT - Distance at 1 Minute
SIXMW102C115801SIXMW1-Distance at 2 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 2 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 2 Minutes
SIXMW103C115802SIXMW1-Distance at 3 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 3 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 3 Minutes
SIXMW104C115803SIXMW1-Distance at 4 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 4 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 4 Minutes
SIXMW105C115804SIXMW1-Distance at 5 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 5 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 5 Minutes
SIXMW106C115805SIXMW1-Distance at 6 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 6 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 6 Minutes
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CL.C115387.SIX MINUTE WALK TEST6 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Name
(SIX MINUTE WALK TEST)
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C1153876 Minute Walk Functional Test Test Name6 Minute Walk Test test name.CDISC Functional Test 6MWT Test Name Terminology
SIXMW1-Distance at 1 MinuteC115800SIXMW1-Distance at 1 Minute6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 1 minute.6MWT - Distance at 1 Minute
SIXMW1-Distance at 2 MinutesC115801SIXMW1-Distance at 2 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 2 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 2 Minutes
SIXMW1-Distance at 3 MinutesC115802SIXMW1-Distance at 3 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 3 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 3 Minutes
SIXMW1-Distance at 4 MinutesC115803SIXMW1-Distance at 4 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 4 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 4 Minutes
SIXMW1-Distance at 5 MinutesC115804SIXMW1-Distance at 5 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 5 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 5 Minutes
SIXMW1-Distance at 6 MinutesC115805SIXMW1-Distance at 6 Minutes6 Minute Walk Test - Distance at 6 minutes.6MWT - Distance at 6 Minutes
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CL.C101805.AIMS TESTCDAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test Code
(AIMS TESTCD)
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C101805Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test CodeAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire AIMS Test Code Terminology
AIMS0101C102034AIMS01-Muscles of Facial ExpressionAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Muscles of facial expression, e.g., movements of forehead, eyebrows, periorbital area, cheeks. Include frowning, blinking, grimacing of upper face.AIMS - Muscles of Facial Expression
AIMS0102C102035AIMS01-Lips and Perioral AreaAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Lips and perioral area, e.g., puckering, pouting, smacking.AIMS - Lips and Perioral Area
AIMS0103C102036AIMS01-JawAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Jaw, e.g., biting, clenching, chewing, mouth opening, lateral movement.AIMS - Jaw
AIMS0104C102037AIMS01-TongueAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Tongue. Rate only increase in movement both in and out of mouth, not inability to sustain movement.AIMS - Tongue
AIMS0105C102038AIMS01-Upper ExtremitiesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Extremity Movements, Upper (arms, wrists, hands, fingers). Include movements that are choreic (rapid, objectively purposeless, irregular, spontaneous) or athetoid (slow, irregular, complex, serpentine). Do not include tremor (repetitive, regular, rhythmic movements).AIMS - Upper Extremities
AIMS0106C102039AIMS01-Lower ExtremitiesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Extremity Movements, Lower (legs, knees, ankles, toes), e.g., lateral knee movement, foot tapping, heel dropping, foot squirming, inversion and eversion of foot.AIMS - Lower Extremities
AIMS0107C102040AIMS01-Neck, Shoulders, HipsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Trunk Movements, Neck, shoulders, hips, e.g., rocking, twisting, squirming, pelvic gyrations. Include diaphragmatic movements.AIMS - Neck, Shoulders, Hips
AIMS0108C102041AIMS01-Severity of Abnormal MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Severity of abnormal movements, based on the highest single score on the above items.AIMS - Severity of Abnormal Movements
AIMS0109C102042AIMS01-Incapacitation due Abn MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Incapacitation due to abnormal movements.AIMS - Incapacitation Due to Abnormal Movements
AIMS0110C102043AIMS01-Patient Awareness Abn MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Patient's awareness of abnormal movements.AIMS - Patient's Awareness of Abnormal Movements
AIMS0111C102044AIMS01-Current Problems Teeth/DenturesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Dental Status, Current problems with teeth and/or dentures.AIMS - Current Teeth/Dentures Problems
AIMS0112C102045AIMS01-Patient Usually Wear DenturesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Dental Status, Does patient usually wear dentures?AIMS - Patient Usually Wears Dentures
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CL.C101806.AIMS TESTAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test Name
(AIMS TEST)
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C101806Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Test NameAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire AIMS Test Name Terminology
AIMS01-Current Problems Teeth/DenturesC102044AIMS01-Current Problems Teeth/DenturesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Dental Status, Current problems with teeth and/or dentures.AIMS - Current Teeth/Dentures Problems
AIMS01-Incapacitation due Abn MovementsC102042AIMS01-Incapacitation due Abn MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Incapacitation due to abnormal movements.AIMS - Incapacitation Due to Abnormal Movements
AIMS01-JawC102036AIMS01-JawAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Jaw, e.g., biting, clenching, chewing, mouth opening, lateral movement.AIMS - Jaw
AIMS01-Lips and Perioral AreaC102035AIMS01-Lips and Perioral AreaAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Lips and perioral area, e.g., puckering, pouting, smacking.AIMS - Lips and Perioral Area
AIMS01-Lower ExtremitiesC102039AIMS01-Lower ExtremitiesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Extremity Movements, Lower (legs, knees, ankles, toes), e.g., lateral knee movement, foot tapping, heel dropping, foot squirming, inversion and eversion of foot.AIMS - Lower Extremities
AIMS01-Muscles of Facial ExpressionC102034AIMS01-Muscles of Facial ExpressionAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Muscles of facial expression, e.g., movements of forehead, eyebrows, periorbital area, cheeks. Include frowning, blinking, grimacing of upper face.AIMS - Muscles of Facial Expression
AIMS01-Neck, Shoulders, HipsC102040AIMS01-Neck, Shoulders, HipsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Trunk Movements, Neck, shoulders, hips, e.g., rocking, twisting, squirming, pelvic gyrations. Include diaphragmatic movements.AIMS - Neck, Shoulders, Hips
AIMS01-Patient Awareness Abn MovementsC102043AIMS01-Patient Awareness Abn MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Patient's awareness of abnormal movements.AIMS - Patient's Awareness of Abnormal Movements
AIMS01-Patient Usually Wear DenturesC102045AIMS01-Patient Usually Wear DenturesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Dental Status, Does patient usually wear dentures?AIMS - Patient Usually Wears Dentures
AIMS01-Severity of Abnormal MovementsC102041AIMS01-Severity of Abnormal MovementsAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Global Judgments, Severity of abnormal movements, based on the highest single score on the above items.AIMS - Severity of Abnormal Movements
AIMS01-TongueC102037AIMS01-TongueAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Facial and Oral Movements, Tongue. Rate only increase in movement both in and out of mouth, not inability to sustain movement.AIMS - Tongue
AIMS01-Upper ExtremitiesC102038AIMS01-Upper ExtremitiesAbnormal Involuntary Movement Scale - Extremity Movements, Upper (arms, wrists, hands, fingers). Include movements that are choreic (rapid, objectively purposeless, irregular, spontaneous) or athetoid (slow, irregular, complex, serpentine). Do not include tremor (repetitive, regular, rhythmic movements).AIMS - Upper Extremities
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CL.C66767.ACNAction Taken with Study Treatment
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C66767Action Taken with Study TreatmentTerminology specifying changes to the study treatment as a result of an adverse event.CDISC SDTM Action Taken with Study Treatment Terminology
DOSE INCREASEDC49503An indication that a medication schedule was modified by addition; either by changing the frequency, strength or amount. (NCI)Dose Increased
DOSE NOT CHANGEDC49504An indication that a medication schedule was maintained. (NCI)Dose Not Changed
DOSE REDUCEDC49505An indication that a medication schedule was modified by subtraction, either by changing the frequency, strength or amount. (NCI)Dose Reduced
DRUG INTERRUPTEDC49501An indication that a medication schedule was modified by temporarily terminating a prescribed regimen of medication. (NCI)Drug Interrupted
DRUG WITHDRAWNC49502An indication that a medication schedule was modified through termination of a prescribed regimen of medication. (NCI)Drug Withdrawn
NOT APPLICABLEC48660NA;Not ApplicableDetermination of a value is not relevant in the current context. (NCI)Not Applicable
UNKNOWNC17998U;UnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)Unknown
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CL.C101865.ACSPCATAcute Coronary Syndrome Presentation Category
(ACSPCAT)
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C101865Acute Coronary Syndrome Presentation CategoryA classification of the presentation of acute coronary syndrome.CDISC SDTM Acute Coronary Syndrome Presentation Category Terminology
NON-ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC80383NON-STEMI;NSTEMIA myocardial infarction that does not produce elevation in the ST segments of the ECG.Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OTHERC17649OtherDifferent than the one(s) previously specified or mentioned. (NCI)Other
ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC101888STEMIA myocardial infarction that produces elevation in the ST segments of the ECG.ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
STABLE ANGINAC66914Angina pectoris which has not recently changed in frequency, duration or intensity. Stable angina pectoris is relieved by rest or administration of oral, sublingual or transdermal antianginal medications.Stable Angina
UNSTABLE ANGINAC66911Angina pectoris (or equivalent type of ischemic discomfort) which has recently changed in frequency, duration, intensity, or occurs at rest.Unstable Angina
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CL.C120985.APACHE II TESTCDAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test Code
(APACHE II TESTCD)
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C120985Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test CodeAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II test code.CDISC Clinical Classification APACHE II Test Code Terminology
APCH101C121096APCH1-Temperature - RectalAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Temperature - rectal (degree C).APACHE II - Temperature, Rectal
APCH102C121097APCH1-Mean Arterial PressureAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Mean arterial pressure - mm Hg.APACHE II - Mean Arterial Pressure
APCH103C121098APCH1-Heart RateAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Heart rate (ventricular response).APACHE II - Heart Rate
APCH104C121099APCH1-Respiratory RateAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Respiratory rate (non-ventilated or ventilated).APACHE II - Respiratory Rate
APCH105AC121100APCH1-Oxygenation: A-aDO2Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Oxygenation (mm Hg): FIO2 greater than or equal to 0.5 record A-aDO2.APACHE II - Oxygenation, A-aDO2
APCH105BC121101APCH1-Oxygenation: PaO2Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Oxygenation (mm Hg): FIO2 less than 0.5 record only PaO2.APACHE II - Oxygenation, PaO2
APCH106AC121102APCH1-Arterial pHAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Arterial pH (preferred).APACHE II - Arterial pH
APCH106BC121103APCH1-Serum HCO3Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum HCO3 (venous mMol/L) (Not preferred, use if no ABGs).APACHE II - Serum HCO3
APCH107C121104APCH1-Serum SodiumAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum sodium (mMol/L).APACHE II - Serum Sodium
APCH108C121105APCH1-Serum PotassiumAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum potassium (mMol/L).APACHE II - Serum Potassium
APCH109C121106APCH1-Serum CreatinineAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum creatinine (mg/100 mL) (double point score for acute renal failure).APACHE II - Serum Creatinine
APCH110C121107APCH1-HematocritAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Hematocrit (%).APACHE II - Hematocrit
APCH111C121108APCH1-White Blood CountAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - White blood count (total/mm3) (in 1,000s).APACHE II - White Blood Count
APCH112C121109APCH1-15 Minus Glasgow Coma ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Glasgow coma score: Score equals 15 minus actual GCS.APACHE II - 15 Minus Glasgow Coma Score
APCH113C121110APCH1-A: Total Acute Physiology ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - A: Total acute physiology score.APACHE II - A, Total Acute Physiology Score
APCH114C121111APCH1-B: Age PointsAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - B: Age points (years).APACHE II - B, Age Points
APCH115C121112APCH1-C: Chronic Health PointsAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - C: Chronic health points.APACHE II - C, Chronic Health Points
APCH116C121113APCH1-Total APACHE II ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Total APACHE II score.APACHE II - Total APACHE II Score
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CL.C120984.APACHE II TESTAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test Name
(APACHE II TEST)
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C120984Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification Test NameAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II test name.CDISC Clinical Classification APACHE II Test Name Terminology
APCH1-15 Minus Glasgow Coma ScoreC121109APCH1-15 Minus Glasgow Coma ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Glasgow coma score: Score equals 15 minus actual GCS.APACHE II - 15 Minus Glasgow Coma Score
APCH1-A: Total Acute Physiology ScoreC121110APCH1-A: Total Acute Physiology ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - A: Total acute physiology score.APACHE II - A, Total Acute Physiology Score
APCH1-Arterial pHC121102APCH1-Arterial pHAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Arterial pH (preferred).APACHE II - Arterial pH
APCH1-B: Age PointsC121111APCH1-B: Age PointsAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - B: Age points (years).APACHE II - B, Age Points
APCH1-C: Chronic Health PointsC121112APCH1-C: Chronic Health PointsAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - C: Chronic health points.APACHE II - C, Chronic Health Points
APCH1-Heart RateC121098APCH1-Heart RateAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Heart rate (ventricular response).APACHE II - Heart Rate
APCH1-HematocritC121107APCH1-HematocritAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Hematocrit (%).APACHE II - Hematocrit
APCH1-Mean Arterial PressureC121097APCH1-Mean Arterial PressureAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Mean arterial pressure - mm Hg.APACHE II - Mean Arterial Pressure
APCH1-Oxygenation: A-aDO2C121100APCH1-Oxygenation: A-aDO2Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Oxygenation (mm Hg): FIO2 greater than or equal to 0.5 record A-aDO2.APACHE II - Oxygenation, A-aDO2
APCH1-Oxygenation: PaO2C121101APCH1-Oxygenation: PaO2Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Oxygenation (mm Hg): FIO2 less than 0.5 record only PaO2.APACHE II - Oxygenation, PaO2
APCH1-Respiratory RateC121099APCH1-Respiratory RateAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Respiratory rate (non-ventilated or ventilated).APACHE II - Respiratory Rate
APCH1-Serum CreatinineC121106APCH1-Serum CreatinineAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum creatinine (mg/100 mL) (double point score for acute renal failure).APACHE II - Serum Creatinine
APCH1-Serum HCO3C121103APCH1-Serum HCO3Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum HCO3 (venous mMol/L) (Not preferred, use if no ABGs).APACHE II - Serum HCO3
APCH1-Serum PotassiumC121105APCH1-Serum PotassiumAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum potassium (mMol/L).APACHE II - Serum Potassium
APCH1-Serum SodiumC121104APCH1-Serum SodiumAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Serum sodium (mMol/L).APACHE II - Serum Sodium
APCH1-Temperature - RectalC121096APCH1-Temperature - RectalAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Temperature - rectal (degree C).APACHE II - Temperature, Rectal
APCH1-Total APACHE II ScoreC121113APCH1-Total APACHE II ScoreAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - Total APACHE II score.APACHE II - Total APACHE II Score
APCH1-White Blood CountC121108APCH1-White Blood CountAcute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II - White blood count (total/mm3) (in 1,000s).APACHE II - White Blood Count
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CL.C101807.AVLT TESTCDADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Code
(AVLT TESTCD)
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C101807ADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test CodeADNI AVLT test code.CDISC Functional Test ADNI AVLT Test Code Terminology
AVL01001C101896AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 1
AVL01002C101897AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 2
AVL01003C101898AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 3
AVL01004C101899AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 4
AVL01005C101900AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 5
AVL01006C101901AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 6
AVL01007C101902AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 7
AVL01008C101903AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 8
AVL01009C101904AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 9
AVL01010C101905AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 10
AVL01011C101906AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 11
AVL01012C101907AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 12
AVL01013C101908AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 13
AVL01014C101909AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 14
AVL01015C101910AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 15
AVL01016C101911AVL01-List A Recall 1 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, first attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Total
AVL01017C101912AVL01-List A Intrusions 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, first attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 1
AVL01018C101913AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 1
AVL01019C101914AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 2
AVL01020C101915AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 3
AVL01021C101916AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 4
AVL01022C101917AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 5
AVL01023C101918AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 6
AVL01024C101919AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 7
AVL01025C101920AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 8
AVL01026C101921AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 9
AVL01027C101922AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 10
AVL01028C101923AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 11
AVL01029C101924AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 12
AVL01030C101925AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 13
AVL01031C101926AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 14
AVL01032C101927AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 15
AVL01033C101928AVL01-List A Recall 2 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, second attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Total
AVL01034C101929AVL01-List A Intrusions 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, second attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 2
AVL01035C101930AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 1
AVL01036C101931AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 2
AVL01037C101932AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 3
AVL01038C101933AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 4
AVL01039C101934AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 5
AVL01040C101935AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 6
AVL01041C101936AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 7
AVL01042C101937AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 8
AVL01043C101938AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 9
AVL01044C101939AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 10
AVL01045C101940AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 11
AVL01046C101941AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 12
AVL01047C101942AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 13
AVL01048C101943AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 14
AVL01049C101944AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 15
AVL01050C101945AVL01-List A Recall 3 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, third attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Total
AVL01051C101946AVL01-List A Intrusions 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, third attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 3
AVL01052C101947AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 1
AVL01053C101948AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 2
AVL01054C101949AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 3
AVL01055C101950AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 4
AVL01056C101951AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 5
AVL01057C101952AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 6
AVL01058C101953AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 7
AVL01059C101954AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 8
AVL01060C101955AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 9
AVL01061C101956AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 10
AVL01062C101957AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 11
AVL01063C101958AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 12
AVL01064C101959AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 13
AVL01065C101960AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 14
AVL01066C101961AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 15
AVL01067C101962AVL01-List A Recall 4 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, fourth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Total
AVL01068C101963AVL01-List A Intrusions 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, fourth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 4
AVL01069C101964AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 1
AVL01070C101965AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 2
AVL01071C101966AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 3
AVL01072C101967AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 4
AVL01073C101968AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 5
AVL01074C101969AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 6
AVL01075C101970AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 7
AVL01076C101971AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 8
AVL01077C101972AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 9
AVL01078C101973AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 10
AVL01079C101974AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 11
AVL01080C101975AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 12
AVL01081C101976AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 13
AVL01082C101977AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 14
AVL01083C101978AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 15
AVL01084C101979AVL01-List A Recall 5 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, fifth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Total
AVL01085C101980AVL01-List A Intrusions 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, fifth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 5
AVL01086C101981AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 1
AVL01087C101982AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 2
AVL01088C101983AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 3
AVL01089C101984AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 4
AVL01090C101985AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 5
AVL01091C101986AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 6
AVL01092C101987AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 7
AVL01093C101988AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 8
AVL01094C101989AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 9
AVL01095C101990AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 10
AVL01096C101991AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 11
AVL01097C101992AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 12
AVL01098C101993AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 13
AVL01099C101994AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 14
AVL01100C101995AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 15
AVL01101C101996AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, sixth attempt (after List B recall).ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Total
AVL01102C101997AVL01-List A Intrusions 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, sixth attempt (after List B recall).ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 6
AVL01103C101998AVL01-List B Recall Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 1
AVL01104C101999AVL01-List B Recall Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 2
AVL01105C102000AVL01-List B Recall Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 3
AVL01106C102001AVL01-List B Recall Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 4
AVL01107C102002AVL01-List B Recall Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 5
AVL01108C102003AVL01-List B Recall Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 6
AVL01109C102004AVL01-List B Recall Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 7
AVL01110C102005AVL01-List B Recall Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 8
AVL01111C102006AVL01-List B Recall Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 9
AVL01112C102007AVL01-List B Recall Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 10
AVL01113C102008AVL01-List B Recall Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 11
AVL01114C102009AVL01-List B Recall Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 12
AVL01115C102010AVL01-List B Recall Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 13
AVL01116C102011AVL01-List B Recall Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 14
AVL01117C102012AVL01-List B Recall Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 15
AVL01118C102013AVL01-List B Recall TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List B.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Total
AVL01119C102014AVL01-List B IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List B.ADNI AVLT - List B Intrusions
AVL01120C102015AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 1
AVL01121C102016AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 2
AVL01122C102017AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 3
AVL01123C102018AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 4
AVL01124C102019AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 5
AVL01125C102020AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 6
AVL01126C102021AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 7
AVL01127C102022AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 8
AVL01128C102023AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 9
AVL01129C102024AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 10
AVL01130C102025AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 11
AVL01131C102026AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 12
AVL01132C102027AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 13
AVL01133C102028AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 14
AVL01134C102029AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 15
AVL01135C102030AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, 30 Minute Delay recall.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Total
AVL01136C102031AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, 30 Minute Delay.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Intrusions
AVL01137C102032AVL01-List A Recognition TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words correct on recognition test.ADNI AVLT - List A Recognition Total
AVL01138C102033AVL01-List A Recognition IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions on recognition test.ADNI AVLT - List A Recognition Intrusions
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CL.C101808.AVLT TESTADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test Name
(AVLT TEST)
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Extensible: No
C101808ADNI Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test Test NameADNI AVLT test name.CDISC Functional Test ADNI AVLT Test Name Terminology
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay IntrusionsC102031AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, 30 Minute Delay.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Intrusions
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall TotalC102030AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, 30 Minute Delay recall.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Total
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 1C102015AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 1
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 10C102024AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 10
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 11C102025AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 11
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 12C102026AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 12
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 13C102027AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 13
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 14C102028AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 14
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 15C102029AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 15
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 2C102016AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 2
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 3C102017AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 3
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 4C102018AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 4
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 5C102019AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 5
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 6C102020AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 6
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 7C102021AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 7
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 8C102022AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 8
AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 9C102023AVL01-List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, 30 Minute Delay Recall, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A 30 Min Delay Recall Word 9
AVL01-List A Intrusions 1C101912AVL01-List A Intrusions 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, first attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 1
AVL01-List A Intrusions 2C101929AVL01-List A Intrusions 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, second attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 2
AVL01-List A Intrusions 3C101946AVL01-List A Intrusions 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, third attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 3
AVL01-List A Intrusions 4C101963AVL01-List A Intrusions 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, fourth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 4
AVL01-List A Intrusions 5C101980AVL01-List A Intrusions 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, fifth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 5
AVL01-List A Intrusions 6C101997AVL01-List A Intrusions 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List A, sixth attempt (after List B recall).ADNI AVLT - List A Intrusions 6
AVL01-List A Recall 1 TotalC101911AVL01-List A Recall 1 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, first attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Total
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 1C101896AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 10C101905AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 11C101906AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 12C101907AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 13C101908AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 14C101909AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 15C101910AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 2C101897AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 3C101898AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 4C101899AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 5C101900AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 6C101901AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 7C101902AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 8C101903AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 9C101904AVL01-List A Recall 1 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 1, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 1 Word 9
AVL01-List A Recall 2 TotalC101928AVL01-List A Recall 2 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, second attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Total
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 1C101913AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 10C101922AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 11C101923AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 12C101924AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 13C101925AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 14C101926AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 15C101927AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 2C101914AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 3C101915AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 4C101916AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 5C101917AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 6C101918AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 7C101919AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 8C101920AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 9C101921AVL01-List A Recall 2 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 2, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 2 Word 9
AVL01-List A Recall 3 TotalC101945AVL01-List A Recall 3 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, third attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Total
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 1C101930AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 10C101939AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 11C101940AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 12C101941AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 13C101942AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 14C101943AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 15C101944AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 2C101931AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 3C101932AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 4C101933AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 5C101934AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 6C101935AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 7C101936AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 8C101937AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 9C101938AVL01-List A Recall 3 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 3, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 3 Word 9
AVL01-List A Recall 4 TotalC101962AVL01-List A Recall 4 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, fourth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Total
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 1C101947AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 10C101956AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 11C101957AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 12C101958AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 13C101959AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 14C101960AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 15C101961AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 2C101948AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 3C101949AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 4C101950AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 5C101951AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 6C101952AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 7C101953AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 8C101954AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 9C101955AVL01-List A Recall 4 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 4, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 4 Word 9
AVL01-List A Recall 5 TotalC101979AVL01-List A Recall 5 TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, fifth attempt.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Total
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 1C101964AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 10C101973AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 11C101974AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 12C101975AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 13C101976AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 14C101977AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 15C101978AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 2C101965AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 3C101966AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 4C101967AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 5C101968AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 6C101969AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 7C101970AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 8C101971AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 9C101972AVL01-List A Recall 5 Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 5, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 5 Word 9
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) TotalC101996AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List A, sixth attempt (after List B recall).ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Total
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 1C101981AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 1
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 10C101990AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 10
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 11C101991AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 11
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 12C101992AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 12
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 13C101993AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 13
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 14C101994AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 14
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 15C101995AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 15
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 2C101982AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 2
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 3C101983AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 3
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 4C101984AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 4
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 5C101985AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 5
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 6C101986AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 6
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 7C101987AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 7
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 8C101988AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 8
AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 9C101989AVL01-List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List A, Recall 6 (after B Recall), Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List A Recall 6 (After B) Word 9
AVL01-List A Recognition IntrusionsC102033AVL01-List A Recognition IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions on recognition test.ADNI AVLT - List A Recognition Intrusions
AVL01-List A Recognition TotalC102032AVL01-List A Recognition TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words correct on recognition test.ADNI AVLT - List A Recognition Total
AVL01-List B IntrusionsC102014AVL01-List B IntrusionsAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of intrusions while recalling List B.ADNI AVLT - List B Intrusions
AVL01-List B Recall TotalC102013AVL01-List B Recall TotalAuditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - The number of words recalled from List B.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Total
AVL01-List B Recall Word 1C101998AVL01-List B Recall Word 1Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 1.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 1
AVL01-List B Recall Word 10C102007AVL01-List B Recall Word 10Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 10.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 10
AVL01-List B Recall Word 11C102008AVL01-List B Recall Word 11Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 11.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 11
AVL01-List B Recall Word 12C102009AVL01-List B Recall Word 12Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 12.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 12
AVL01-List B Recall Word 13C102010AVL01-List B Recall Word 13Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 13.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 13
AVL01-List B Recall Word 14C102011AVL01-List B Recall Word 14Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 14.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 14
AVL01-List B Recall Word 15C102012AVL01-List B Recall Word 15Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 15.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 15
AVL01-List B Recall Word 2C101999AVL01-List B Recall Word 2Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 2.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 2
AVL01-List B Recall Word 3C102000AVL01-List B Recall Word 3Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 3.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 3
AVL01-List B Recall Word 4C102001AVL01-List B Recall Word 4Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 4.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 4
AVL01-List B Recall Word 5C102002AVL01-List B Recall Word 5Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 5.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 5
AVL01-List B Recall Word 6C102003AVL01-List B Recall Word 6Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 6.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 6
AVL01-List B Recall Word 7C102004AVL01-List B Recall Word 7Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 7.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 7
AVL01-List B Recall Word 8C102005AVL01-List B Recall Word 8Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 8.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 8
AVL01-List B Recall Word 9C102006AVL01-List B Recall Word 9Auditory Verbal Learning Test Version A - List B, Word 9.ADNI AVLT - List B Recall Word 9
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CL.C66781.AGEUAge Unit
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C66781Age UnitThose units of time that are routinely used to express the age of a subject.CDISC SDTM Age Unit Terminology
DAYSC25301DayThe time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; ordinarily divided into twenty-four hours. This also refers to a specific day. (NCI)Day
HOURSC25529Hour;hrA unit measure of time equal to 3,600 seconds or 60 minutes. It is approximately 1/24 of a median day. (NCI)Hour
MONTHSC29846MonthOne of the 12 divisions of a year as determined by a calendar. It corresponds to the unit of time of approximately to one cycle of the moon's phases, about 30 days or 4 weeks. (NCI)Month
WEEKSC29844WeekAny period of seven consecutive days. (NCI)Week
YEARSC29848YearThe period of time that it takes for Earth to make a complete revolution around the sun, approximately 365 days; a specific one year period. (NCI)Year
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CL.C112435.AQ20 TESTCDAirway Questionnaire 20 Test Code
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C112435Airway Questionnaire 20 Test CodeAirway Questionnaire 20 test code.CDISC Questionnaire AQ20 Test Code Terminology
AQ0101C112529AQ01-Cough Often During DayAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you cough often during the day?AQ20 - Cough Often During the Day
AQ0102C112530AQ01-Feel Restless Due to Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble often make you feel restless?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Feel Restless
AQ0103C112531AQ01-Gardening Make You BreathlessAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does gardening make you breathless?AQ20 - Gardening Make You Breathless
AQ0104C112532AQ01-Chest Upset at Friend HouseAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry when going to a friend's house that there might be something there that will upset your chest?AQ20 - Worry When Going to Friend House Something Will Upset Your Chest
AQ0105C112533AQ01-Chest Prob Smell/Fume/Smoke/PerfumeAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you get chest problems when you come into contact with strong smells, exhaust fumes, cigarette smoke, perfume etc?AQ20 - Get Chest Problems When Contact With Strong Smells
AQ0106C112534AQ01-Partner Upset by Your Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your partner find your chest trouble upsetting?AQ20 - Partner Find Your Chest Trouble Upsetting
AQ0107C112535AQ01-Breathless When Trying to SleepAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you feel breathless when trying to sleep?AQ20 - Feel Breathless When Trying to Sleep
AQ0108C112536AQ01-Long Term Effects of DrugsAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry about the long term effects of the drugs you take for your chest trouble?AQ20 - Worry About Long Term Effects of Drugs for Chest Trouble
AQ0109C112537AQ01-Emotional Upset Worse Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does getting emotionally upset make your chest trouble worse?AQ20 - Getting Emotionally Upset Make Chest Trouble Worse
AQ0110C112538AQ01-Difficulty Getting Around the HouseAirway Questionnaire 20 - Are there times when you have difficulty getting around the house because of your chest trouble?AQ20 - Difficulty Getting Around the House Because of Chest Trouble
AQ0111C112539AQ01-Breathless Carry out Work ActivityAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest problem make you breathless when you do things at work? (paid employment).AQ20 - Chest Problem Make You Breathless at Work
AQ0112C112540AQ01-Breathless Walking UpstairsAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does walking upstairs make you breathless?AQ20 - Walking Upstairs Make You Breathless
AQ0113C112541AQ01-Get Breathless Doing HouseworkAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you get breathless doing housework?AQ20 - Get Breathless Doing Housework
AQ0114C112542AQ01-Go Home Sooner Than OthersAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble make you go home sooner than others after a night out?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Go Home Sooner Than Others
AQ0115C112543AQ01-Breathlessness When LaughAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you suffer from breathlessness when you laugh?AQ20 - Suffer From Breathlessness When Laugh
AQ0116C112544AQ01-Impatient Due to Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble often make you feel impatient?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Feel Impatient
AQ0117C112545AQ01-Full Life Limited by Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you think the fullness of your life is limited by your chest trouble?AQ20 - Fullness of Life is Limited by Chest Trouble
AQ0118C112546AQ01-Drained After a ColdAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you feel drained after a cold because of your chest trouble?AQ20 - Feel Drained After a Cold Because of Chest Trouble
AQ0119C112547AQ01-Feeling of Chest HeavinessAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you have a feeling of chest heaviness?AQ20 - Feeling of Chest Heaviness
AQ0120C112548AQ01-Worry About Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry a lot about your chest trouble?AQ20 - Worry a Lot About Chest Trouble
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CL.C112434.AQ20 TESTAirway Questionnaire 20 Test Name
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C112434Airway Questionnaire 20 Test NameAirway Questionnaire 20 test name.CDISC Questionnaire AQ20 Test Name Terminology
AQ01-Breathless Carry out Work ActivityC112539AQ01-Breathless Carry out Work ActivityAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest problem make you breathless when you do things at work? (paid employment).AQ20 - Chest Problem Make You Breathless at Work
AQ01-Breathless Walking UpstairsC112540AQ01-Breathless Walking UpstairsAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does walking upstairs make you breathless?AQ20 - Walking Upstairs Make You Breathless
AQ01-Breathless When Trying to SleepC112535AQ01-Breathless When Trying to SleepAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you feel breathless when trying to sleep?AQ20 - Feel Breathless When Trying to Sleep
AQ01-Breathlessness When LaughC112543AQ01-Breathlessness When LaughAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you suffer from breathlessness when you laugh?AQ20 - Suffer From Breathlessness When Laugh
AQ01-Chest Prob Smell/Fume/Smoke/PerfumeC112533AQ01-Chest Prob Smell/Fume/Smoke/PerfumeAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you get chest problems when you come into contact with strong smells, exhaust fumes, cigarette smoke, perfume etc?AQ20 - Get Chest Problems When Contact With Strong Smells
AQ01-Chest Upset at Friend HouseC112532AQ01-Chest Upset at Friend HouseAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry when going to a friend's house that there might be something there that will upset your chest?AQ20 - Worry When Going to Friend House Something Will Upset Your Chest
AQ01-Cough Often During DayC112529AQ01-Cough Often During DayAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you cough often during the day?AQ20 - Cough Often During the Day
AQ01-Difficulty Getting Around the HouseC112538AQ01-Difficulty Getting Around the HouseAirway Questionnaire 20 - Are there times when you have difficulty getting around the house because of your chest trouble?AQ20 - Difficulty Getting Around the House Because of Chest Trouble
AQ01-Drained After a ColdC112546AQ01-Drained After a ColdAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you feel drained after a cold because of your chest trouble?AQ20 - Feel Drained After a Cold Because of Chest Trouble
AQ01-Emotional Upset Worse Chest TroubleC112537AQ01-Emotional Upset Worse Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does getting emotionally upset make your chest trouble worse?AQ20 - Getting Emotionally Upset Make Chest Trouble Worse
AQ01-Feel Restless Due to Chest TroubleC112530AQ01-Feel Restless Due to Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble often make you feel restless?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Feel Restless
AQ01-Feeling of Chest HeavinessC112547AQ01-Feeling of Chest HeavinessAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you have a feeling of chest heaviness?AQ20 - Feeling of Chest Heaviness
AQ01-Full Life Limited by Chest TroubleC112545AQ01-Full Life Limited by Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you think the fullness of your life is limited by your chest trouble?AQ20 - Fullness of Life is Limited by Chest Trouble
AQ01-Gardening Make You BreathlessC112531AQ01-Gardening Make You BreathlessAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does gardening make you breathless?AQ20 - Gardening Make You Breathless
AQ01-Get Breathless Doing HouseworkC112541AQ01-Get Breathless Doing HouseworkAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you get breathless doing housework?AQ20 - Get Breathless Doing Housework
AQ01-Go Home Sooner Than OthersC112542AQ01-Go Home Sooner Than OthersAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble make you go home sooner than others after a night out?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Go Home Sooner Than Others
AQ01-Impatient Due to Chest TroubleC112544AQ01-Impatient Due to Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your chest trouble often make you feel impatient?AQ20 - Chest Trouble Make You Feel Impatient
AQ01-Long Term Effects of DrugsC112536AQ01-Long Term Effects of DrugsAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry about the long term effects of the drugs you take for your chest trouble?AQ20 - Worry About Long Term Effects of Drugs for Chest Trouble
AQ01-Partner Upset by Your Chest TroubleC112534AQ01-Partner Upset by Your Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Does your partner find your chest trouble upsetting?AQ20 - Partner Find Your Chest Trouble Upsetting
AQ01-Worry About Chest TroubleC112548AQ01-Worry About Chest TroubleAirway Questionnaire 20 - Do you worry a lot about your chest trouble?AQ20 - Worry a Lot About Chest Trouble
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CL.C119062.AUDIT-C TESTCDAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test Code
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C119062Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test CodeAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions test code.CDISC Questionnaire AUDIT-C Test Code Terminology
ADTC0101C119119ADTC01-How Often Drink AlcoholAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?AUDIT-C - How Often Have Alcohol Drink
ADTC0102C119120ADTC01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How many standard drinks containing alcohol do you have on a typical day?AUDIT-C - How Many Alcohol Drinks on a Typical Day
ADTC0103C119121ADTC01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How often do you have six or more drinks on one occasion?AUDIT-C - How Often Have Six or More Drinks
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CL.C119061.AUDIT-C TESTAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test Name
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C119061Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions Questionnaire Test NameAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions test name.CDISC Questionnaire AUDIT-C Test Name Terminology
ADTC01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayC119120ADTC01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How many standard drinks containing alcohol do you have on a typical day?AUDIT-C - How Many Alcohol Drinks on a Typical Day
ADTC01-How Often Drink AlcoholC119119ADTC01-How Often Drink AlcoholAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?AUDIT-C - How Often Have Alcohol Drink
ADTC01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionC119121ADTC01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption questions - How often do you have six or more drinks on one occasion?AUDIT-C - How Often Have Six or More Drinks
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CL.C119060.AUDIT-SR TESTCDAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test Code
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C119060Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test CodeAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire AUDIT-SR Test Code Terminology
ADT0101C119108ADT01-How Often Drink AlcoholAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?AUDIT - How Often Have Alcohol Drink
ADT0102C119109ADT01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How many drinks containing alcohol do you have on a typical day when you are drinking?AUDIT - How Many Alcohol Drinks on a Typical Day
ADT0103C119110ADT01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often do you have six or more drinks on one occasion?AUDIT - How Often Have Six or More Drinks
ADT0104C119111ADT01-Not Able Stop Drinking Once StartAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you found that you were not able to stop drinking once you had started?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Found Not Able to Stop Drinking
ADT0105C119112ADT01-Failed to Do as ExpectedAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you failed to do what was normally expected of you because of drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Failed to Do Normally Expected of You
ADT0106C119113ADT01-Need Drink Morning After DrinkingAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you needed a first drink in the morning to get yourself going after a heavy drinking session?AUDIT - How Often Last Year Need a Drink in the Morning to Get Going
ADT0107C119114ADT01-Feeling of Guilt or RemorseAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you had a feeling of guilt or remorse after drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Feel Guilt or Remorse After Drinking
ADT0108C119115ADT01-Unable to Remember What HappenedAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you been unable to remember what happened the night before because of your drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Unable to Remember What Happened the Night Before
ADT0109C119116ADT01-Injured Because of Your DrinkingAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Have you or someone else been injured because of your drinking?AUDIT - Injured Because of Drinking
ADT0110C119117ADT01-Suggested to Cut DownAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Has a relative, friend, doctor, or other health care worker been concerned about your drinking or suggested you cut down?AUDIT - Concerned About Your Drinking
ADT0111C119118ADT01-TotalAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Total.AUDIT - Total
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CL.C119059.AUDIT-SR TESTAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test Name
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C119059Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version Questionnaire Test NameAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire AUDIT-SR Test Name Terminology
ADT01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayC119109ADT01-Alcohol Drinks on a Typical DayAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How many drinks containing alcohol do you have on a typical day when you are drinking?AUDIT - How Many Alcohol Drinks on a Typical Day
ADT01-Failed to Do as ExpectedC119112ADT01-Failed to Do as ExpectedAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you failed to do what was normally expected of you because of drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Failed to Do Normally Expected of You
ADT01-Feeling of Guilt or RemorseC119114ADT01-Feeling of Guilt or RemorseAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you had a feeling of guilt or remorse after drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Feel Guilt or Remorse After Drinking
ADT01-How Often Drink AlcoholC119108ADT01-How Often Drink AlcoholAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often do you have a drink containing alcohol?AUDIT - How Often Have Alcohol Drink
ADT01-Injured Because of Your DrinkingC119116ADT01-Injured Because of Your DrinkingAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Have you or someone else been injured because of your drinking?AUDIT - Injured Because of Drinking
ADT01-Need Drink Morning After DrinkingC119113ADT01-Need Drink Morning After DrinkingAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you needed a first drink in the morning to get yourself going after a heavy drinking session?AUDIT - How Often Last Year Need a Drink in the Morning to Get Going
ADT01-Not Able Stop Drinking Once StartC119111ADT01-Not Able Stop Drinking Once StartAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you found that you were not able to stop drinking once you had started?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Found Not Able to Stop Drinking
ADT01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionC119110ADT01-Six or More Drinks One OccasionAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often do you have six or more drinks on one occasion?AUDIT - How Often Have Six or More Drinks
ADT01-Suggested to Cut DownC119117ADT01-Suggested to Cut DownAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Has a relative, friend, doctor, or other health care worker been concerned about your drinking or suggested you cut down?AUDIT - Concerned About Your Drinking
ADT01-TotalC119118ADT01-TotalAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - Total.AUDIT - Total
ADT01-Unable to Remember What HappenedC119115ADT01-Unable to Remember What HappenedAlcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version - How often during the last year have you been unable to remember what happened the night before because of your drinking?AUDIT - How Often Last Year You Unable to Remember What Happened the Night Before
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CL.C100132.ADAS-COG CDISC VERSION TESTCDAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test Code
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C100132Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test CodeADAS-Cog CDISC Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire ADAS-Cog CDISC Version Test Code Terminology
ADCCMDC100209CommandsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for commands.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands Summary Score
ADCCMD01C100210Commands: FistAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for making a fist.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Fist
ADCCMD02C100211Commands: CeilingAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for pointing to the ceiling then to the floor.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Ceiling
ADCCMD03C100212Commands: PencilAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for put the pencil on top of the card and then put it back.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Pencil
ADCCMD04C100213Commands: WatchAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for put the watch on the other side of the pencil and then turn over the card.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Watch
ADCCMD05C100214Commands: ShoulderAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for tap each shoulder twice with two fingers keeping your eyes shut.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Shoulder
ADCCMPC100278ComprehensionAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ability to comprehend speech.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Comprehension
ADCCONC100279Concentration/DistractibilityAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ability to concentrate or easily be distracted.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Concentration/Distractibility
ADCCPC100226Constructional PraxisAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for constructional praxis.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis Summary Score
ADCCP01C100227Constructional Praxis: CircleAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a circle.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Circle
ADCCP02C100228Constructional Praxis: 2 RectanglesAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying two overlapping rectangles.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: 2 Rectangles
ADCCP03C100229Constructional Praxis: DiamondAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a diamond.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Diamond
ADCCP04C100230Constructional Praxis: CubeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a cube.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Cube
ADCCPSC100231Attempt to DrawAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis attempted to draw, but drew no forms correctly.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Attempt to Draw
ADCDIFC100277Word Finding Difficulty in Spont SpeechAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Difficulty finding the desired word in spontaneous speech.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Difficulty in Spontaneous Speech
ADCDRLC100215Delayed Word RecallAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for delayed word recall.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall Summary Score
ADCDRL01C100216Delayed Word Recall: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 1
ADCDRL02C100217Delayed Word Recall: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 2
ADCDRL03C100218Delayed Word Recall: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 3
ADCDRL04C100219Delayed Word Recall: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 4.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 4
ADCDRL05C100220Delayed Word Recall: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 5.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 5
ADCDRL06C100221Delayed Word Recall: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 6.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 6
ADCDRL07C100222Delayed Word Recall: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 7.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 7
ADCDRL08C100223Delayed Word Recall: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 8.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 8
ADCDRL09C100224Delayed Word Recall: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 9.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 9
ADCDRL10C100225Delayed Word Recall: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 10.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 10
ADCIPC100232Ideational PraxisAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for ideational praxis.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis Summary Score
ADCIP01C100233Ideational Praxis: FoldAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for folding the paper.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Fold
ADCIP02C100234Ideational Praxis: InsertAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for put the paper in the envelop.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Insert
ADCIP03C100235Ideational Praxis: SealAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for seal the envelop.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Seal
ADCIP04C100236Ideational Praxis: AddressAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for address the envelop to yourself.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Address
ADCIP05C100237Ideational Praxis: StampAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for showing where the stamp goes.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Stamp
ADCMZC100284Executive Function MazeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for the executive function maze tasks.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze Summary Score
ADCMZ01C100285Executive Function Maze: ErrorsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of errors during the executive function maze task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze: Errors
ADCMZ02C100286Executive Function Maze: TimeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - The time in seconds stored in ISO 8601 time for the executive function maze task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze: Time
ADCNCC100280Number CancellationAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for the number cancellation tasks.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation Summary Score
ADCNC01C100281Number Cancellation: CorrectAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of targets hit during the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Correct
ADCNC02C100282Number Cancellation: ErrorsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of errors during the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Errors
ADCNC03C100283Number Cancellation: RemindAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of times reminded for the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Remind
ADCOFC100191Naming Objects and FingersAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task summary score for object and fingers.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers Summary Score
ADCOFF01C100204Naming Objects and Fingers: ThumbAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, thumb.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Thumb
ADCOFF02C100205Naming Objects and Fingers: PointerAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, index, or pointer finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Pointer
ADCOFF03C100206Naming Objects and Fingers: MiddleAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, middle finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Middle
ADCOFF04C100207Naming Objects and Fingers: RingAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, ring finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Ring
ADCOFF05C100208Naming Objects and Fingers: PinkyAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, little finger or pinky.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Pinky
ADCOFO01C100192Naming Objects and Fingers: 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 1
ADCOFO02C100193Naming Objects and Fingers: 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 2
ADCOFO03C100194Naming Objects and Fingers: 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 3
ADCOFO04C100195Naming Objects and Fingers: 4Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 4.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 4
ADCOFO05C100196Naming Objects and Fingers: 5Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 5.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 5
ADCOFO06C100197Naming Objects and Fingers: 6Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 6.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 6
ADCOFO07C100198Naming Objects and Fingers: 7Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 7.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 7
ADCOFO08C100199Naming Objects and Fingers: 8Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 8.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 8
ADCOFO09C100200Naming Objects and Fingers: 9Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 9.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 9
ADCOFO10C100201Naming Objects and Fingers: 10Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 10.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 10
ADCOFO11C100202Naming Objects and Fingers: 11Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 11.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 11
ADCOFO12C100203Naming Objects and Fingers: 12Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 12.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 12
ADCORC100238OrientationAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for orientation.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation Summary Score
ADCOR01C100239Orientation: Full NameAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing one's own full name.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Full Name
ADCOR02C100240Orientation: MonthAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current month.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Month
ADCOR03C100241Orientation: DateAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current day.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Date
ADCOR04C100242Orientation: YearAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current year.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Year
ADCOR05C100243Orientation: Day of WeekAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current day of the week.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Day of Week
ADCOR06C100244Orientation: SeasonAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current season.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Season
ADCOR07C100245Orientation: PlaceAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current place.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Place
ADCOR08C100246Orientation: TimeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the approximate current clock time.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Time
ADCRGC100247Word RecognitionAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for word recognition across trials 1-3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Summary Score
ADCRGT01C100248Word Recognition Trial 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 1 Summary Score
ADCRGT02C100249Word Recognition Trial 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 2 Summary Score
ADCRGT03C100250Word Recognition Trial 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 3 Summary Score
ADCRGW01C100251Word Recognition: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 1 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 1
ADCRGW02C100252Word Recognition: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 2 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 2
ADCRGW03C100253Word Recognition: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 3 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 3
ADCRGW04C100254Word Recognition: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 4 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 4
ADCRGW05C100255Word Recognition: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 5 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 5
ADCRGW06C100256Word Recognition: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 6 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 6
ADCRGW07C100257Word Recognition: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 7 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 7
ADCRGW08C100258Word Recognition: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 8 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 8
ADCRGW09C100259Word Recognition: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 9 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 9
ADCRGW10C100260Word Recognition: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 10 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 10
ADCRGW11C100261Word Recognition: Word [11]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 11 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 11
ADCRGW12C100262Word Recognition: Word [12]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 12 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 12
ADCRGW13C100263Word Recognition: Word [13]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 13 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 13
ADCRGW14C100264Word Recognition: Word [14]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 14 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 14
ADCRGW15C100265Word Recognition: Word [15]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 15 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 15
ADCRGW16C100266Word Recognition: Word [16]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 16 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 16
ADCRGW17C100267Word Recognition: Word [17]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 17 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 17
ADCRGW18C100268Word Recognition: Word [18]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 18 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 18
ADCRGW19C100269Word Recognition: Word [19]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 19 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 19
ADCRGW20C100270Word Recognition: Word [20]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 20 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 20
ADCRGW21C100271Word Recognition: Word [21]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 21 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 21
ADCRGW22C100272Word Recognition: Word [22]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 22 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 22
ADCRGW23C100273Word Recognition: Word [23]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 23 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 23
ADCRGW24C100274Word Recognition: Word [24]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 24 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 24
ADCRIC100275Remembering Test InstructionsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Remembering test instructions.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Remembering Test Instructions
ADCRLC100177Word RecallAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word average score of trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Average Score
ADCRLT01C100178Word Recall Trial 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 1 Subscore
ADCRLT02C100179Word Recall Trial 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 2 Subscore
ADCRLT03C100180Word Recall Trial 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 3 Subscore
ADCRLW01C100181Word Recall: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 1 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 1
ADCRLW02C100182Word Recall: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 2 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 2
ADCRLW03C100183Word Recall: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 3 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 3
ADCRLW04C100184Word Recall: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 4 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 4
ADCRLW05C100185Word Recall: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 5 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 5
ADCRLW06C100186Word Recall: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 6 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 6
ADCRLW07C100187Word Recall: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 7 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 7
ADCRLW08C100188Word Recall: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 8 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 8
ADCRLW09C100189Word Recall: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 9 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 9
ADCRLW10C100190Word Recall: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 10 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 10
ADCSLC100276Spoken Language AbilityAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Global rating of the quality of speech, or difficulty in making oneself understood.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Spoken Language Ability
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CL.C100131.ADAS-COG CDISC VERSION TESTAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test Name
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C100131Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive CDISC Version Test NameADAS-Cog CDISC Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire ADAS-Cog CDISC Version Test Name Terminology
Attempt to DrawC100231Attempt to DrawAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis attempted to draw, but drew no forms correctly.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Attempt to Draw
CommandsC100209CommandsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for commands.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands Summary Score
Commands: CeilingC100211Commands: CeilingAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for pointing to the ceiling then to the floor.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Ceiling
Commands: FistC100210Commands: FistAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for making a fist.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Fist
Commands: PencilC100212Commands: PencilAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for put the pencil on top of the card and then put it back.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Pencil
Commands: ShoulderC100214Commands: ShoulderAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for tap each shoulder twice with two fingers keeping your eyes shut.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Shoulder
Commands: WatchC100213Commands: WatchAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Commands task for put the watch on the other side of the pencil and then turn over the card.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Commands: Watch
ComprehensionC100278ComprehensionAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ability to comprehend speech.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Comprehension
Concentration/DistractibilityC100279Concentration/DistractibilityAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ability to concentrate or easily be distracted.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Concentration/Distractibility
Constructional PraxisC100226Constructional PraxisAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for constructional praxis.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis Summary Score
Constructional Praxis: 2 RectanglesC100228Constructional Praxis: 2 RectanglesAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying two overlapping rectangles.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: 2 Rectangles
Constructional Praxis: CircleC100227Constructional Praxis: CircleAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a circle.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Circle
Constructional Praxis: CubeC100230Constructional Praxis: CubeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a cube.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Cube
Constructional Praxis: DiamondC100229Constructional Praxis: DiamondAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Constructional praxis task for copying a diamond.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Constructional Praxis: Diamond
Delayed Word RecallC100215Delayed Word RecallAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for delayed word recall.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall Summary Score
Delayed Word Recall: Word [10]C100225Delayed Word Recall: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 10.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 10
Delayed Word Recall: Word [1]C100216Delayed Word Recall: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 1
Delayed Word Recall: Word [2]C100217Delayed Word Recall: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 2
Delayed Word Recall: Word [3]C100218Delayed Word Recall: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 3
Delayed Word Recall: Word [4]C100219Delayed Word Recall: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 4.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 4
Delayed Word Recall: Word [5]C100220Delayed Word Recall: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 5.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 5
Delayed Word Recall: Word [6]C100221Delayed Word Recall: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 6.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 6
Delayed Word Recall: Word [7]C100222Delayed Word Recall: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 7.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 7
Delayed Word Recall: Word [8]C100223Delayed Word Recall: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 8.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 8
Delayed Word Recall: Word [9]C100224Delayed Word Recall: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Delayed word recall task for word 9.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Delayed Word Recall: Word 9
Executive Function MazeC100284Executive Function MazeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for the executive function maze tasks.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze Summary Score
Executive Function Maze: ErrorsC100285Executive Function Maze: ErrorsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of errors during the executive function maze task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze: Errors
Executive Function Maze: TimeC100286Executive Function Maze: TimeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - The time in seconds stored in ISO 8601 time for the executive function maze task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Executive Function Maze: Time
Ideational PraxisC100232Ideational PraxisAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for ideational praxis.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis Summary Score
Ideational Praxis: AddressC100236Ideational Praxis: AddressAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for address the envelop to yourself.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Address
Ideational Praxis: FoldC100233Ideational Praxis: FoldAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for folding the paper.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Fold
Ideational Praxis: InsertC100234Ideational Praxis: InsertAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for put the paper in the envelop.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Insert
Ideational Praxis: SealC100235Ideational Praxis: SealAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for seal the envelop.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Seal
Ideational Praxis: StampC100237Ideational Praxis: StampAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Ideational praxis task for showing where the stamp goes.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Ideational Praxis: Stamp
Naming Objects and FingersC100191Naming Objects and FingersAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task summary score for object and fingers.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers Summary Score
Naming Objects and Fingers: 1C100192Naming Objects and Fingers: 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 1
Naming Objects and Fingers: 10C100201Naming Objects and Fingers: 10Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 10.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 10
Naming Objects and Fingers: 11C100202Naming Objects and Fingers: 11Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 11.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 11
Naming Objects and Fingers: 12C100203Naming Objects and Fingers: 12Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 12.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 12
Naming Objects and Fingers: 2C100193Naming Objects and Fingers: 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 2
Naming Objects and Fingers: 3C100194Naming Objects and Fingers: 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 3
Naming Objects and Fingers: 4C100195Naming Objects and Fingers: 4Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 4.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 4
Naming Objects and Fingers: 5C100196Naming Objects and Fingers: 5Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 5.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 5
Naming Objects and Fingers: 6C100197Naming Objects and Fingers: 6Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 6.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 6
Naming Objects and Fingers: 7C100198Naming Objects and Fingers: 7Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 7.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 7
Naming Objects and Fingers: 8C100199Naming Objects and Fingers: 8Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 8.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 8
Naming Objects and Fingers: 9C100200Naming Objects and Fingers: 9Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for object 9.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: 9
Naming Objects and Fingers: MiddleC100206Naming Objects and Fingers: MiddleAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, middle finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Middle
Naming Objects and Fingers: PinkyC100208Naming Objects and Fingers: PinkyAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, little finger or pinky.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Pinky
Naming Objects and Fingers: PointerC100205Naming Objects and Fingers: PointerAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, index, or pointer finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Pointer
Naming Objects and Fingers: RingC100207Naming Objects and Fingers: RingAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, ring finger.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Ring
Naming Objects and Fingers: ThumbC100204Naming Objects and Fingers: ThumbAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Naming task for fingers of the dominant hand, thumb.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Naming Objects and Fingers: Thumb
Number CancellationC100280Number CancellationAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for the number cancellation tasks.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation Summary Score
Number Cancellation: CorrectC100281Number Cancellation: CorrectAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of targets hit during the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Correct
Number Cancellation: ErrorsC100282Number Cancellation: ErrorsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of errors during the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Errors
Number Cancellation: RemindC100283Number Cancellation: RemindAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Number of times reminded for the number cancellation task.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Number Cancellation: Remind
OrientationC100238OrientationAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for orientation.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation Summary Score
Orientation: DateC100241Orientation: DateAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current day.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Date
Orientation: Day of WeekC100243Orientation: Day of WeekAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current day of the week.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Day of Week
Orientation: Full NameC100239Orientation: Full NameAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing one's own full name.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Full Name
Orientation: MonthC100240Orientation: MonthAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current month.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Month
Orientation: PlaceC100245Orientation: PlaceAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current place.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Place
Orientation: SeasonC100244Orientation: SeasonAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current season.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Season
Orientation: TimeC100246Orientation: TimeAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the approximate current clock time.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Time
Orientation: YearC100242Orientation: YearAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Orientation task for knowing the current year.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Orientation: Year
Remembering Test InstructionsC100275Remembering Test InstructionsAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Remembering test instructions.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Remembering Test Instructions
Spoken Language AbilityC100276Spoken Language AbilityAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Global rating of the quality of speech, or difficulty in making oneself understood.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Spoken Language Ability
Word Finding Difficulty in Spont SpeechC100277Word Finding Difficulty in Spont SpeechAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Difficulty finding the desired word in spontaneous speech.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Difficulty in Spontaneous Speech
Word RecallC100177Word RecallAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word average score of trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Average Score
Word Recall Trial 1C100178Word Recall Trial 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 1 Subscore
Word Recall Trial 2C100179Word Recall Trial 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 2 Subscore
Word Recall Trial 3C100180Word Recall Trial 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recall task trial 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall Trial 3 Subscore
Word Recall: Word [10]C100190Word Recall: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 10 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 10
Word Recall: Word [1]C100181Word Recall: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 1 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 1
Word Recall: Word [2]C100182Word Recall: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 2 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 2
Word Recall: Word [3]C100183Word Recall: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 3 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 3
Word Recall: Word [4]C100184Word Recall: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 4 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 4
Word Recall: Word [5]C100185Word Recall: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 5 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 5
Word Recall: Word [6]C100186Word Recall: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 6 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 6
Word Recall: Word [7]C100187Word Recall: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 7 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 7
Word Recall: Word [8]C100188Word Recall: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 8 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 8
Word Recall: Word [9]C100189Word Recall: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recall task word 9 for trial 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recall: Word 9
Word RecognitionC100247Word RecognitionAlzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Summary score for word recognition across trials 1-3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Summary Score
Word Recognition Trial 1C100248Word Recognition Trial 1Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 1.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 1 Summary Score
Word Recognition Trial 2C100249Word Recognition Trial 2Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 2.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 2 Summary Score
Word Recognition Trial 3C100250Word Recognition Trial 3Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Sub-score for word recognition trial 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition Trial 3 Summary Score
Word Recognition: Word [10]C100260Word Recognition: Word [10]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 10 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 10
Word Recognition: Word [11]C100261Word Recognition: Word [11]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 11 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 11
Word Recognition: Word [12]C100262Word Recognition: Word [12]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 12 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 12
Word Recognition: Word [13]C100263Word Recognition: Word [13]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 13 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 13
Word Recognition: Word [14]C100264Word Recognition: Word [14]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 14 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 14
Word Recognition: Word [15]C100265Word Recognition: Word [15]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 15 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 15
Word Recognition: Word [16]C100266Word Recognition: Word [16]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 16 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 16
Word Recognition: Word [17]C100267Word Recognition: Word [17]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 17 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 17
Word Recognition: Word [18]C100268Word Recognition: Word [18]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 18 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 18
Word Recognition: Word [19]C100269Word Recognition: Word [19]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 19 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 19
Word Recognition: Word [1]C100251Word Recognition: Word [1]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 1 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 1
Word Recognition: Word [20]C100270Word Recognition: Word [20]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 20 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 20
Word Recognition: Word [21]C100271Word Recognition: Word [21]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 21 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 21
Word Recognition: Word [22]C100272Word Recognition: Word [22]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 22 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 22
Word Recognition: Word [23]C100273Word Recognition: Word [23]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 23 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 23
Word Recognition: Word [24]C100274Word Recognition: Word [24]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 24 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 24
Word Recognition: Word [2]C100252Word Recognition: Word [2]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 2 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 2
Word Recognition: Word [3]C100253Word Recognition: Word [3]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 3 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 3
Word Recognition: Word [4]C100254Word Recognition: Word [4]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 4 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 4
Word Recognition: Word [5]C100255Word Recognition: Word [5]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 5 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 5
Word Recognition: Word [6]C100256Word Recognition: Word [6]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 6 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 6
Word Recognition: Word [7]C100257Word Recognition: Word [7]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 7 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 7
Word Recognition: Word [8]C100258Word Recognition: Word [8]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 8 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 8
Word Recognition: Word [9]C100259Word Recognition: Word [9]Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version - Word recognition task for word 9 Trials 1, 2, 3.CDISC ADAS-Cog - Word Recognition: Word 9
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CL.C106651.ADCS-ADL MCI TESTCDAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version Questionnaire Test Code
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C106651Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version Questionnaire Test CodeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL MCI Test Code Terminology
ADL0301C106891ADL03-Find Personal BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Find Personal Belongings
ADL0301AC106892ADL03-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he /she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Belongings
ADL0302C106893ADL03-Select First Clothes for the DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} select his/her first set of clothes for the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select First Clothes for the Day
ADL0302AC106894ADL03-Usual Dressing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her usual performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Selecting First Clothes for the Day
ADL0303C106895ADL03-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL0304C106896ADL03-Clean RoomAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} clean a living-, sitting-, or family room?ADCS-ADL MCI - Clean Room
ADL0304AC106897ADL03-Clean Room PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Cleaning Room
ADL0305C106898ADL03-Balance CheckbookAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} balance his/her checkbook or credit card statement?ADCS-ADL MCI - Balance Checkbook
ADL0305AC106899ADL03-Balance Checkbook PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Balancing Checkbook
ADL0306C106900ADL03-Write Things DownAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever write things down?ADCS-ADL MCI - Write Things Down
ADL0306AC106901ADL03-Most Complicated WritingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes the most complicated things that he/she wrote.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Most Complicated Things Written
ADL0307C106902ADL03-Clean LaundryAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} clean a load of laundry?ADCS-ADL MCI - Clean Laundry
ADL0307AC106903ADL03-Laundry Cleaning PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Clean Laundry
ADL0308C106904ADL03-Keep AppointmentsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} keep appointments or meetings with other people, such as relatives, a doctor, the hairdresser, etc.?ADCS-ADL MCI - Keep Appointments
ADL0308AC106905ADL03-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her awareness of the meeting ahead of time.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Awareness of the Meeting Ahead of Time
ADL0309C106906ADL03-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL MCI - Use a Telephone
ADL0309AC106907ADL03-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Highest Level of Performance of Telephone Use
ADL0310C106908ADL03-Make a MealAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} make him/herself a meal or snack at home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Make a Meal or Snack
ADL0310AC106909ADL03-Highest Level of Food PreparationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of food preparation.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Highest Level of Food Preparation
ADL0311C106910ADL03-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Travel Outside Home
ADL0311AC106911ADL03-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Optimal Performance of Travelling Outside Home
ADL0312C106912ADL03-Talk About Current EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} talk about current events?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Current Events
ADL0312AC106913ADL03-Regional, National, InternationalAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, did {S} talk about regional, national or international events?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Regional, National or International Events
ADL0312BC106914ADL03-Talk About Outside EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about events outside home involving family, friends, or neighbors?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Outside Home Events
ADL0312CC106915ADL03-Talk About at Home EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about events that occurred at home that he/she took part in or watched?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About at Home Events
ADL0312DC106916ADL03-Talk Without RepeatingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} converse without repeating him/herself, or asking the same questions repeatedly?ADCS-ADL MCI - Converse Without Repeating
ADL0313C106917ADL03-Read More Than 5 MinutesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} read a magazine, newspaper or book for more than 5 minutes at a time?ADCS-ADL MCI - Read More Than 5 Minutes
ADL0313AC106918ADL03-Select/Ask for Something to ReadAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for something to read?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select or Ask for Something to Read
ADL0313BC106919ADL03-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read while or shortly after reading (less than 1 hour)?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk Within 1 Hour After Reading
ADL0313CC106920ADL03-Talk Within 1 Day After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read 1-24 hours after reading?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk Within 24 Hours After Reading
ADL0314C106921ADL03-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL MCI - Watch Television
ADL0314AC106922ADL03-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or his/her favorite show?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select or Ask for Programs or Show
ADL0314BC106923ADL03-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Content of Program While Watching
ADL0314CC106924ADL03-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Content of Program After Watching Within a Day
ADL0315C106925ADL03-Go ShoppingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever go shopping at a store?ADCS-ADL MCI - Go Shopping At a Store
ADL0315AC106926ADL03-Select items Without HelpAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select correct items without supervision or help?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select Correct Items Without Help
ADL0315BC106927ADL03-Pay Items On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually pay for items on his/her own?ADCS-ADL MCI - Pay for Items on His or Her Own
ADL0316C106928ADL03-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left on His or Her Own
ADL0316AC106929ADL03-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left away from home, for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left Away From Home Longer Than 15 Minutes
ADL0316BC106930ADL03-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left at home, for an hour or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left at Home Longer Than an Hour
ADL0316CC106931ADL03-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left at home, for less than 1 hour, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left at Home Less Than an Hour
ADL0317C106932ADL03-Use Household ApplianceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a household appliance to do chores?ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance
ADL0317AC107089ADL03-Appliance: WasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: washer.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Washer
ADL0317BC107090ADL03-Appliance: DryerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: dryer.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Dryer
ADL0317CC107091ADL03-Appliance: VacuumAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: vacuum.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Vacuum
ADL0317DC106933ADL03-Appliance: DishwasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: dishwasher.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Dishwasher
ADL0317EC106934ADL03-Appliance: Power ToolsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: power tool (s).ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Power Tools
ADL0317FC106935ADL03-Appliance: Toaster OvenAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: toaster oven.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Toaster Oven
ADL0317GC106936ADL03-Appliance: RangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: range.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Range
ADL0317HC106937ADL03-Appliance: MicrowaveAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: microwave.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Microwave
ADL0317IC106938ADL03-Appliance: Food ProcessorAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: food processor.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Food Processor
ADL0317JC106939ADL03-Appliance: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: other.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Other
ADL0317KC106940ADL03-Appliance: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: other specify.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Other Specify
ADL0317LC106941ADL03-Use Common Used Appliances (q17a)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - For the 1 or 2 most commonly used appliances, which best describes how {S} usually used them.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Use of Commonly Used Appliances
ADL0318C106942ADL03-Perform PastimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} perform a pastime, hobby or game?ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game
ADL0318AC106943ADL03-Pastime: Card or Board GamesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: card or board games.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Card or Board Games
ADL0318BC106944ADL03-Pastime: BingoAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: bingo.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Bingo
ADL0318CC106945ADL03-Pastime: CrosswordsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: crosswords.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Crosswords
ADL0318DC106946ADL03-Pastime: ArtAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: art.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Art
ADL0318EC106947ADL03-Pastime: Musical InstrumentAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: musical instrument.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Musical Instrument
ADL0318FC106948ADL03-Pastime: KnittingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: knitting.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Knitting
ADL0318GC106949ADL03-Pastime: SewingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: sewing.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Sewing
ADL0318HC106950ADL03-Pastime: ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: reading.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Reading
ADL0318IC106951ADL03-Pastime: GardeningAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: gardening.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Gardening
ADL0318JC106952ADL03-Pastime: GolfAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: golf.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Golf
ADL0318KC106953ADL03-Pastime: TennisAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: tennis.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Tennis
ADL0318LC106954ADL03-Pastime: WorkshopAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: workshop.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Workshop
ADL0318MC106955ADL03-Pastime: FishingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: fishing.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Fishing
ADL0318NC106956ADL03-Pastime: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Other
ADL0318OC106957ADL03-Pastime: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other specify.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Other Specify
ADL0318PC106958ADL03-Hobbies Needed Help (Q18a)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} require supervision, or help, to perform any of these hobbies?ADCS-ADL MCI - Require Help to Perform Hobbies
ADL0318QC106959ADL03-Hobbies Unable to Perform (Q18b)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - List any hobby (ies) that the subject has lost the ability to perform.ADCS-ADL MCI - List Hobbies Lost Ability to Perform
ADL0319C106960ADL03-Drive CarAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} drive a car?ADCS-ADL MCI - Drive a Car
ADL0319AC106961ADL03-Drive Car Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Optimal Performance of Driving Car
ADL0320C106962ADL03-Take Medications RegularlyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, did {S} take his/her medications regularly?ADCS-ADL MCI - Take Medications Regularly
ADL0320AC106963ADL03-Take Medications PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, was this.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Taking Medications Regularly
ADL0321C106964ADL03-Complete Complex ActivitiesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually carry through complex or time-consuming activities to completion?ADCS-ADL MCI - Carry Through Complex Activities to Completion
ADL0321AC106965ADL03-Extent Needed RemindersAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes extent to which he/she needed reminders.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Extent Needing Reminder
ADL0322C106966ADL03-Initiate Complex ActivitiesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, to what extent did {S} initiate complex daily activities or projects (e.g., hobbies, travel)?ADCS-ADL MCI - Initiate Complex Daily Activities
ADL0323C106967ADL03-Time to Complete Complex TasksAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, how long did it usually take {S} to complete complex or time-consuming tasks or activities?ADCS-ADL MCI - Time Taken to Complete Complex Activities
ADL0324C106968ADL03-Extenuating CircumstancesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Has an extenuating circumstance (such as a physical health problem, change in residence, change in support network, death of a family member, etc.) contributed to a recent alteration in the subject's activities of daily living?ADCS-ADL MCI - Extenuating Circumstance
ADL0324AC106969ADL03-Explain CircumstanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, explain.ADCS-ADL MCI - Explain Extenuating Circumstance
ADL0325C107092ADL03-Total Points for 'Don't Know'Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Were any questions (1-18) answered 'Don't Know'? If yes, calculate total points for 'Don't Know'.ADCS-ADL MCI - Points for Questions (1-18) Answered 'Don't Know'
ADL0326C106970ADL03-Subscore for Items 1 to 3Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 1.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 1 to 3
ADL0327C106971ADL03-Subscore for Items 4 to 7Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 2.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 4 to 7
ADL0328C106972ADL03-Subscore for Items 8 to 10Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 3.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 8 to 10
ADL0329C106973ADL03-Subscore for Items 11 to 12dAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 4.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 11 to 12
ADL0330C106974ADL03-Subscore for Items 13 to 14cAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 5.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 13 to 14
ADL0331C106975ADL03-Subscore for Items 15 to 16cAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 6.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 15 to 16
ADL0332C106976ADL03-Subscore for Item 17Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 7.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Item 17
ADL0333C106977ADL03-Subscore for Item 18Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 8.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Item 18
ADL0334C106978ADL03-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Total Score.ADCS-ADL MCI - ADL Total Score
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C106650Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version Questionnaire Test NameAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory MCI Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL MCI Test Name Terminology
ADL03-Appliance: DishwasherC106933ADL03-Appliance: DishwasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: dishwasher.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Dishwasher
ADL03-Appliance: DryerC107090ADL03-Appliance: DryerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: dryer.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Dryer
ADL03-Appliance: Food ProcessorC106938ADL03-Appliance: Food ProcessorAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: food processor.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Food Processor
ADL03-Appliance: MicrowaveC106937ADL03-Appliance: MicrowaveAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: microwave.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Microwave
ADL03-Appliance: OtherC106939ADL03-Appliance: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: other.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Other
ADL03-Appliance: Other SpecifyC106940ADL03-Appliance: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: other specify.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Other Specify
ADL03-Appliance: Power ToolsC106934ADL03-Appliance: Power ToolsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: power tool (s).ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Power Tools
ADL03-Appliance: RangeC106936ADL03-Appliance: RangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: range.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Range
ADL03-Appliance: Toaster OvenC106935ADL03-Appliance: Toaster OvenAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: toaster oven.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Toaster Oven
ADL03-Appliance: VacuumC107091ADL03-Appliance: VacuumAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: vacuum.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Vacuum
ADL03-Appliance: WasherC107089ADL03-Appliance: WasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Check all that were used: washer.ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance: Washer
ADL03-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeC106905ADL03-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her awareness of the meeting ahead of time.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Awareness of the Meeting Ahead of Time
ADL03-Balance CheckbookC106898ADL03-Balance CheckbookAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} balance his/her checkbook or credit card statement?ADCS-ADL MCI - Balance Checkbook
ADL03-Balance Checkbook PerformanceC106899ADL03-Balance Checkbook PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Balancing Checkbook
ADL03-Clean LaundryC106902ADL03-Clean LaundryAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} clean a load of laundry?ADCS-ADL MCI - Clean Laundry
ADL03-Clean RoomC106896ADL03-Clean RoomAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} clean a living-, sitting-, or family room?ADCS-ADL MCI - Clean Room
ADL03-Clean Room PerformanceC106897ADL03-Clean Room PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Cleaning Room
ADL03-Complete Complex ActivitiesC106964ADL03-Complete Complex ActivitiesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually carry through complex or time-consuming activities to completion?ADCS-ADL MCI - Carry Through Complex Activities to Completion
ADL03-Drive CarC106960ADL03-Drive CarAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} drive a car?ADCS-ADL MCI - Drive a Car
ADL03-Drive Car Optimal PerformanceC106961ADL03-Drive Car Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Optimal Performance of Driving Car
ADL03-Explain CircumstanceC106969ADL03-Explain CircumstanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, explain.ADCS-ADL MCI - Explain Extenuating Circumstance
ADL03-Extent Needed RemindersC106965ADL03-Extent Needed RemindersAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes extent to which he/she needed reminders.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Extent Needing Reminder
ADL03-Extenuating CircumstancesC106968ADL03-Extenuating CircumstancesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Has an extenuating circumstance (such as a physical health problem, change in residence, change in support network, death of a family member, etc.) contributed to a recent alteration in the subject's activities of daily living?ADCS-ADL MCI - Extenuating Circumstance
ADL03-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceC106892ADL03-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he /she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Belongings
ADL03-Find Personal BelongingsC106891ADL03-Find Personal BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Find Personal Belongings
ADL03-Get Around Optimal PerformanceC106911ADL03-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Optimal Performance of Travelling Outside Home
ADL03-Get Around Outside HomeC106910ADL03-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Travel Outside Home
ADL03-Go ShoppingC106925ADL03-Go ShoppingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever go shopping at a store?ADCS-ADL MCI - Go Shopping At a Store
ADL03-Highest Level of Food PreparationC106909ADL03-Highest Level of Food PreparationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of food preparation.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Highest Level of Food Preparation
ADL03-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceC106907ADL03-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Highest Level of Performance of Telephone Use
ADL03-Hobbies Needed Help (Q18a)C106958ADL03-Hobbies Needed Help (Q18a)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} require supervision, or help, to perform any of these hobbies?ADCS-ADL MCI - Require Help to Perform Hobbies
ADL03-Hobbies Unable to Perform (Q18b)C106959ADL03-Hobbies Unable to Perform (Q18b)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - List any hobby (ies) that the subject has lost the ability to perform.ADCS-ADL MCI - List Hobbies Lost Ability to Perform
ADL03-Initiate Complex ActivitiesC106966ADL03-Initiate Complex ActivitiesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, to what extent did {S} initiate complex daily activities or projects (e.g., hobbies, travel)?ADCS-ADL MCI - Initiate Complex Daily Activities
ADL03-Keep AppointmentsC106904ADL03-Keep AppointmentsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} keep appointments or meetings with other people, such as relatives, a doctor, the hairdresser, etc.?ADCS-ADL MCI - Keep Appointments
ADL03-Laundry Cleaning PerformanceC106903ADL03-Laundry Cleaning PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Clean Laundry
ADL03-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerC106930ADL03-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left at home, for an hour or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left at Home Longer Than an Hour
ADL03-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourC106931ADL03-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left at home, for less than 1 hour, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left at Home Less Than an Hour
ADL03-Left Away From HomeC106929ADL03-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Was {S} left away from home, for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left Away From Home Longer Than 15 Minutes
ADL03-Left On His/Her OwnC106928ADL03-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL MCI - Left on His or Her Own
ADL03-Make a MealC106908ADL03-Make a MealAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} make him/herself a meal or snack at home?ADCS-ADL MCI - Make a Meal or Snack
ADL03-Most Complicated WritingsC106901ADL03-Most Complicated WritingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes the most complicated things that he/she wrote.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Most Complicated Things Written
ADL03-Pastime: ArtC106946ADL03-Pastime: ArtAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: art.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Art
ADL03-Pastime: BingoC106944ADL03-Pastime: BingoAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: bingo.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Bingo
ADL03-Pastime: Card or Board GamesC106943ADL03-Pastime: Card or Board GamesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: card or board games.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Card or Board Games
ADL03-Pastime: CrosswordsC106945ADL03-Pastime: CrosswordsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: crosswords.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Crosswords
ADL03-Pastime: FishingC106955ADL03-Pastime: FishingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: fishing.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Fishing
ADL03-Pastime: GardeningC106951ADL03-Pastime: GardeningAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: gardening.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Gardening
ADL03-Pastime: GolfC106952ADL03-Pastime: GolfAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: golf.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Golf
ADL03-Pastime: KnittingC106948ADL03-Pastime: KnittingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: knitting.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Knitting
ADL03-Pastime: Musical InstrumentC106947ADL03-Pastime: Musical InstrumentAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: musical instrument.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Musical Instrument
ADL03-Pastime: OtherC106956ADL03-Pastime: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Other
ADL03-Pastime: Other SpecifyC106957ADL03-Pastime: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other specify.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Other Specify
ADL03-Pastime: ReadingC106950ADL03-Pastime: ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: reading.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Reading
ADL03-Pastime: SewingC106949ADL03-Pastime: SewingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: sewing.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Sewing
ADL03-Pastime: TennisC106953ADL03-Pastime: TennisAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: tennis.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Tennis
ADL03-Pastime: WorkshopC106954ADL03-Pastime: WorkshopAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Which pastimes did he/she perform: workshop.ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game: Workshop
ADL03-Pay Items On His/Her OwnC106927ADL03-Pay Items On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually pay for items on his/her own?ADCS-ADL MCI - Pay for Items on His or Her Own
ADL03-Perform PastimeC106942ADL03-Perform PastimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} perform a pastime, hobby or game?ADCS-ADL MCI - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game
ADL03-Read More Than 5 MinutesC106917ADL03-Read More Than 5 MinutesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} read a magazine, newspaper or book for more than 5 minutes at a time?ADCS-ADL MCI - Read More Than 5 Minutes
ADL03-Regional, National, InternationalC106913ADL03-Regional, National, InternationalAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, did {S} talk about regional, national or international events?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Regional, National or International Events
ADL03-Select First Clothes for the DayC106893ADL03-Select First Clothes for the DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} select his/her first set of clothes for the day?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select First Clothes for the Day
ADL03-Select items Without HelpC106926ADL03-Select items Without HelpAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select correct items without supervision or help?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select Correct Items Without Help
ADL03-Select Television ProgramC106922ADL03-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or his/her favorite show?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select or Ask for Programs or Show
ADL03-Select/Ask for Something to ReadC106918ADL03-Select/Ask for Something to ReadAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for something to read?ADCS-ADL MCI - Select or Ask for Something to Read
ADL03-Subscore for Item 17C106976ADL03-Subscore for Item 17Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 7.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Item 17
ADL03-Subscore for Item 18C106977ADL03-Subscore for Item 18Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 8.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Item 18
ADL03-Subscore for Items 1 to 3C106970ADL03-Subscore for Items 1 to 3Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 1.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 1 to 3
ADL03-Subscore for Items 11 to 12dC106973ADL03-Subscore for Items 11 to 12dAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 4.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 11 to 12
ADL03-Subscore for Items 13 to 14cC106974ADL03-Subscore for Items 13 to 14cAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 5.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 13 to 14
ADL03-Subscore for Items 15 to 16cC106975ADL03-Subscore for Items 15 to 16cAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 6.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 15 to 16
ADL03-Subscore for Items 4 to 7C106971ADL03-Subscore for Items 4 to 7Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 2.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 4 to 7
ADL03-Subscore for Items 8 to 10C106972ADL03-Subscore for Items 8 to 10Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Subscore for Page 3.ADCS-ADL MCI - Subscore for Items 8 to 10
ADL03-Take Medications PerformanceC106963ADL03-Take Medications PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, was this.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Taking Medications Regularly
ADL03-Take Medications RegularlyC106962ADL03-Take Medications RegularlyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, did {S} take his/her medications regularly?ADCS-ADL MCI - Take Medications Regularly
ADL03-Talk About at Home EventsC106915ADL03-Talk About at Home EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about events that occurred at home that he/she took part in or watched?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About at Home Events
ADL03-Talk About Current EventsC106912ADL03-Talk About Current EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} talk about current events?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Current Events
ADL03-Talk About Outside EventsC106914ADL03-Talk About Outside EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about events outside home involving family, friends, or neighbors?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Outside Home Events
ADL03-Talk About TV Content While WatchC106923ADL03-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Content of Program While Watching
ADL03-Talk About TV Content Within a DayC106924ADL03-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk About Content of Program After Watching Within a Day
ADL03-Talk Within 1 Day After ReadingC106920ADL03-Talk Within 1 Day After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read 1-24 hours after reading?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk Within 24 Hours After Reading
ADL03-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingC106919ADL03-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read while or shortly after reading (less than 1 hour)?ADCS-ADL MCI - Talk Within 1 Hour After Reading
ADL03-Talk Without RepeatingC106916ADL03-Talk Without RepeatingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Did {S} converse without repeating him/herself, or asking the same questions repeatedly?ADCS-ADL MCI - Converse Without Repeating
ADL03-Time to Complete Complex TasksC106967ADL03-Time to Complete Complex TasksAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - During the past 4 weeks, how long did it usually take {S} to complete complex or time-consuming tasks or activities?ADCS-ADL MCI - Time Taken to Complete Complex Activities
ADL03-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreC106978ADL03-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Total Score.ADCS-ADL MCI - ADL Total Score
ADL03-Total Points for 'Don't Know'C107092ADL03-Total Points for 'Don't Know'Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Were any questions (1-18) answered 'Don't Know'? If yes, calculate total points for 'Don't Know'.ADCS-ADL MCI - Points for Questions (1-18) Answered 'Don't Know'
ADL03-Use a TelephoneC106906ADL03-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL MCI - Use a Telephone
ADL03-Use Common Used Appliances (q17a)C106941ADL03-Use Common Used Appliances (q17a)Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - For the 1 or 2 most commonly used appliances, which best describes how {S} usually used them.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Use of Commonly Used Appliances
ADL03-Use Household ApplianceC106932ADL03-Use Household ApplianceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a household appliance to do chores?ADCS-ADL MCI - Use Household Appliance
ADL03-Usual Dressing PerformanceC106894ADL03-Usual Dressing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - If yes, which best describes his/her usual performance.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Selecting First Clothes for the Day
ADL03-Usual Physically Dressing PerformC106895ADL03-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL MCI - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL03-Watch TelevisionC106921ADL03-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL MCI - Watch Television
ADL03-Write Things DownC106900ADL03-Write Things DownAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, MCI Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever write things down?ADCS-ADL MCI - Write Things Down
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CL.C105140.ADCS-ADL TESTCDAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test Code
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C105140Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test CodeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory test code.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL Test Code Terminology
ADL0101C105283ADL01-Usual Eating PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding eating: which best describes {S} usual performance during the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Eating
ADL0102C105284ADL01-Optimal Walking PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding walking (or getting around in a wheelchair), in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Walking
ADL0103C105285ADL01-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding bowel and bladder function at the toilet, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL - Usual Bowel and Bladder Function at Toilet
ADL0104C105286ADL01-Usual Bathing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding bathing, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her usual performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Bathing
ADL0105C105287ADL01-Optimal Grooming PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding grooming, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Grooming
ADL0106C105288ADL01-Select First Clothes for the DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding dressing in the past 4 weeks: Did {S} select his/her first set of clothes for the day?ADCS-ADL - Select First Clothes for the Day
ADL0106AC105289ADL01-Usual Dressing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes usual performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Dressing
ADL0106BC105290ADL01-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL0107C105291ADL01-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL - Use a Telephone
ADL0107AC105292ADL01-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Highest Performance of Telephone Use
ADL0108C105293ADL01-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL - Watch Television
ADL0108AC105294ADL01-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or his/her favorite show?ADCS-ADL - Select or Ask for Television Program
ADL0108BC105295ADL01-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL - Talk About TV Content While Watching
ADL0108CC105296ADL01-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL - Talk About TV Content Within a Day After Watching
ADL0109C105297ADL01-Pay Attention to ConversationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever appear to pay attention to conversation or small talk for at least 5 minutes?ADCS-ADL - Pay Attention to Conversation
ADL0109AC105298ADL01-Usual Conversation ParticipationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her usual degree of participation.ADCS-ADL - Usual Conversation Participation
ADL0110C105299ADL01-Clear DishesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} clear the dishes from the table after a meal or snack?ADCS-ADL - Clear Dishes After Meal or Snack
ADL0110AC105300ADL01-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Clearing Dishes
ADL0111C105301ADL01-Find BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL - Find Personal Belongings at Home
ADL0111AC105302ADL01-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Personal Belonging at Home
ADL0112C105303ADL01-Obtain BeverageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} obtain a hot or cold beverage for him/herself?ADCS-ADL - Obtain Beverage for Self
ADL0112AC105304ADL01-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Highest Performance of Obtaining Beverage
ADL0113C105305ADL01-Make a MealAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} make him/herself a meal or snack at home?ADCS-ADL - Make a Meal or Snack at Home
ADL0113AC105306ADL01-Highest Level of Food PreparationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of food preparation.ADCS-ADL - Highest Level of Food Preparation
ADL0114C105307ADL01-Dispose of GarbageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} dispose of garbage or litter in an appropriate place or container at home?ADCS-ADL - Dispose of Garbage in Appropriate Place at Home
ADL0114AC105308ADL01-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Garbage Disposal
ADL0115C105309ADL01-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL - Get Around Outside Home
ADL0115AC105310ADL01-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Getting Around Outside of Home
ADL0116C105311ADL01-Go ShoppingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever go shopping?ADCS-ADL - Go Shopping
ADL0116AC105312ADL01-How Usually Selects ItemsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which one best describes how {S} usually selects items.ADCS-ADL - How Subject Usually Selects Items
ADL0116BC105313ADL01-Pay Without SupervisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually pay for items without supervision or physical help?ADCS-ADL - Pay for Items Without Supervision or Physical Help
ADL0117C105314ADL01-Keep AppointmentsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} keep appointments or meetings with other people, such as relatives, a doctor, the hairdresser, etc.?ADCS-ADL - Keep Appointments or Meetings with Others
ADL0117AC105315ADL01-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her awareness of the meeting ahead of time.ADCS-ADL - Description of Awareness of Appointment Ahead of Time
ADL0118C105316ADL01-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL - Subject Left on Their Own
ADL0118AC105317ADL01-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left away from home, for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left Away From Home for Fifteen Minutes or Longer
ADL0118BC105318ADL01-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left: at home, for an hour or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left at Home for One Hour or Longer
ADL0118CC105319ADL01-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left at home, for less than 1 hour, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left at Home for Less Than One Hour
ADL0119C105320ADL01-Talk About Current EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} talk about current events?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Current Events
ADL0119AC105321ADL01-Talk About Events Heard/Read AboutAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that he/she heard or read about or saw on TV but did not take part in?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events on TV that Subject Did not Take Part In
ADL0119BC105322ADL01-Talk About Outside EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that he/she took part in outside home involving family, friends, or neighbors?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events Outside of Home that Subject Took Part In
ADL0119CC105323ADL01-Talk About at Home EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that occurred at home that he/she took part in or watched?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events at Home that Subject Took Part in or Watched
ADL0120C105324ADL01-Read More Than 5 MinutesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} read a magazine, newspaper or book for more than 5 minutes at a time?ADCS-ADL - Read for More Than Five Minutes
ADL0120AC105325ADL01-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about details of what he/she read while or shortly (less than 1 hour) after reading?ADCS-ADL - Talk About What Subject Read Less Than One Hour After Reading
ADL0120BC105326ADL01-Talk 1 Hour or More After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read 1 hour or longer after reading?ADCS-ADL - Talk About What Subject Read More Than One Hour After Reading
ADL0121C105327ADL01-Write Things DownAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever write things down?ADCS-ADL - Write Things Down
ADL0121AC105328ADL01-Most Complicated WritingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes the most complicated things that he/she wrote.ADCS-ADL - Description of Most Complicated Writings
ADL0122C105329ADL01-Perform PastimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} perform a pastime, hobby or game?ADCS-ADL - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game
ADL0122AC105330ADL01-Pastime: Card or Board GamesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: Card or board games.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Card or Board Games
ADL0122BC105331ADL01-Pastime: BingoAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: bingo.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Bingo
ADL0122CC105332ADL01-Pastime: CrosswordsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: crosswords.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Crosswords
ADL0122DC105333ADL01-Pastime: ArtAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: art.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Art
ADL0122EC105334ADL01-Pastime: Musical InstrumentAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: musical instrument.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Musical Instrument
ADL0122FC105335ADL01-Pastime: KnittingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: knitting.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Knitting
ADL0122GC105336ADL01-Pastime: SewingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: sewing.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Sewing
ADL0122HC105337ADL01-Pastime: ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: reading.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Reading
ADL0122IC105338ADL01-Pastime: GardeningAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: gardening.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Gardening
ADL0122JC105339ADL01-Pastime: GolfAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: golf.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Golf
ADL0122KC105340ADL01-Pastime: TennisAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: tennis.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Tennis
ADL0122LC105341ADL01-Pastime: WorkshopAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: workshop.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Workshop
ADL0122MC105342ADL01-Pastime: FishingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: fishing.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Fishing
ADL0122NC105343ADL01-Pastime: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Other
ADL0122OC105344ADL01-Pastime: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other specify.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Other Specify
ADL0122PC105345ADL01-Hobbies Only at Day CareAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If {S} performs hobbies/pastimes only at day care, check here.ADCS-ADL - Performed Hobbies Only at Day Care
ADL0122QC105346ADL01-Usual Common Pastimes PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, how did {S} usually perform his/her most common pastimes.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Common Pastimes
ADL0123C105347ADL01-Use Household ApplianceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a household appliance to do chores?ADCS-ADL - Use Household Appliance to do Chores
ADL0123AC105348ADL01-Appliance: WasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: washer.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Washer
ADL0123BC105349ADL01-Appliance: DryerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: dryer.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Dryer
ADL0123CC105350ADL01-Appliance: VacuumAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: vacuum.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Vacuum
ADL0123DC105351ADL01-Appliance: DishwasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: dishwasher.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Dishwasher
ADL0123EC105352ADL01-Appliance: ToasterAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: toaster.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Toaster
ADL0123FC105353ADL01-Appliance: Toaster OvenAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: toaster oven.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Toaster Oven
ADL0123GC105354ADL01-Appliance: RangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: range.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Range
ADL0123HC105355ADL01-Appliance: MicrowaveAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: microwave.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Microwave
ADL0123IC105356ADL01-Appliance: Food ProcessorAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: food processor.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Food Processor
ADL0123JC105357ADL01-Appliance: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: other.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Other
ADL0123KC105358ADL01-Appliance: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: other specify.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Other Specify
ADL0123LC105359ADL01-Use Common Used AppliancesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, for the most commonly used appliances, which best describes how {S} usually used them.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Use of Commonly Used Appliances
ADL0124C105360ADL01-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Total Score.ADCS-ADL - Total Score
ADL0125C105361ADL01-Number Don't Know ResponsesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Number of 'Don't Know' Responses.ADCS-ADL - Number of 'Don't Know' Responses
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CL.C105139.ADCS-ADL TESTAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test Name
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C105139Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire Test NameAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory test name.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL Test Name Terminology
ADL01-Appliance: DishwasherC105351ADL01-Appliance: DishwasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: dishwasher.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Dishwasher
ADL01-Appliance: DryerC105349ADL01-Appliance: DryerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: dryer.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Dryer
ADL01-Appliance: Food ProcessorC105356ADL01-Appliance: Food ProcessorAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: food processor.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Food Processor
ADL01-Appliance: MicrowaveC105355ADL01-Appliance: MicrowaveAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: microwave.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Microwave
ADL01-Appliance: OtherC105357ADL01-Appliance: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: other.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Other
ADL01-Appliance: Other SpecifyC105358ADL01-Appliance: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: other specify.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Other Specify
ADL01-Appliance: RangeC105354ADL01-Appliance: RangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: range.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Range
ADL01-Appliance: ToasterC105352ADL01-Appliance: ToasterAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: toaster.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Toaster
ADL01-Appliance: Toaster OvenC105353ADL01-Appliance: Toaster OvenAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: toaster oven.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Toaster Oven
ADL01-Appliance: VacuumC105350ADL01-Appliance: VacuumAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: vacuum.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Vacuum
ADL01-Appliance: WasherC105348ADL01-Appliance: WasherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Check all that were used: washer.ADCS-ADL - Appliance: Washer
ADL01-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeC105315ADL01-Aware of Appointment Ahead of TimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her awareness of the meeting ahead of time.ADCS-ADL - Description of Awareness of Appointment Ahead of Time
ADL01-Clear DishesC105299ADL01-Clear DishesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} clear the dishes from the table after a meal or snack?ADCS-ADL - Clear Dishes After Meal or Snack
ADL01-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceC105300ADL01-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Clearing Dishes
ADL01-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceC105308ADL01-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Garbage Disposal
ADL01-Dispose of GarbageC105307ADL01-Dispose of GarbageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} dispose of garbage or litter in an appropriate place or container at home?ADCS-ADL - Dispose of Garbage in Appropriate Place at Home
ADL01-Find BelongingsC105301ADL01-Find BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL - Find Personal Belongings at Home
ADL01-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceC105302ADL01-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes how he/she usually performed.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Personal Belonging at Home
ADL01-Get Around Optimal PerformanceC105310ADL01-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Getting Around Outside of Home
ADL01-Get Around Outside HomeC105309ADL01-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL - Get Around Outside Home
ADL01-Go ShoppingC105311ADL01-Go ShoppingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever go shopping?ADCS-ADL - Go Shopping
ADL01-Highest Level of Food PreparationC105306ADL01-Highest Level of Food PreparationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of food preparation.ADCS-ADL - Highest Level of Food Preparation
ADL01-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceC105292ADL01-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Highest Performance of Telephone Use
ADL01-Hobbies Only at Day CareC105345ADL01-Hobbies Only at Day CareAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If {S} performs hobbies/pastimes only at day care, check here.ADCS-ADL - Performed Hobbies Only at Day Care
ADL01-How Usually Selects ItemsC105312ADL01-How Usually Selects ItemsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which one best describes how {S} usually selects items.ADCS-ADL - How Subject Usually Selects Items
ADL01-Keep AppointmentsC105314ADL01-Keep AppointmentsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} keep appointments or meetings with other people, such as relatives, a doctor, the hairdresser, etc.?ADCS-ADL - Keep Appointments or Meetings with Others
ADL01-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerC105318ADL01-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left: at home, for an hour or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left at Home for One Hour or Longer
ADL01-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourC105319ADL01-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left at home, for less than 1 hour, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left at Home for Less Than One Hour
ADL01-Left Away From HomeC105317ADL01-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Was {S} left away from home, for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL - Left Away From Home for Fifteen Minutes or Longer
ADL01-Left On His/Her OwnC105316ADL01-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL - Subject Left on Their Own
ADL01-Make a MealC105305ADL01-Make a MealAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} make him/herself a meal or snack at home?ADCS-ADL - Make a Meal or Snack at Home
ADL01-Most Complicated WritingsC105328ADL01-Most Complicated WritingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes the most complicated things that he/she wrote.ADCS-ADL - Description of Most Complicated Writings
ADL01-Number Don't Know ResponsesC105361ADL01-Number Don't Know ResponsesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Number of 'Don't Know' Responses.ADCS-ADL - Number of 'Don't Know' Responses
ADL01-Obtain BeverageC105303ADL01-Obtain BeverageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} obtain a hot or cold beverage for him/herself?ADCS-ADL - Obtain Beverage for Self
ADL01-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformC105304ADL01-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Highest Performance of Obtaining Beverage
ADL01-Optimal Grooming PerformanceC105287ADL01-Optimal Grooming PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding grooming, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Grooming
ADL01-Optimal Walking PerformanceC105284ADL01-Optimal Walking PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding walking (or getting around in a wheelchair), in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her optimal performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Optimal Performance of Walking
ADL01-Pastime: ArtC105333ADL01-Pastime: ArtAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: art.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Art
ADL01-Pastime: BingoC105331ADL01-Pastime: BingoAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: bingo.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Bingo
ADL01-Pastime: Card or Board GamesC105330ADL01-Pastime: Card or Board GamesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: Card or board games.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Card or Board Games
ADL01-Pastime: CrosswordsC105332ADL01-Pastime: CrosswordsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: crosswords.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Crosswords
ADL01-Pastime: FishingC105342ADL01-Pastime: FishingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: fishing.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Fishing
ADL01-Pastime: GardeningC105338ADL01-Pastime: GardeningAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: gardening.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Gardening
ADL01-Pastime: GolfC105339ADL01-Pastime: GolfAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: golf.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Golf
ADL01-Pastime: KnittingC105335ADL01-Pastime: KnittingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: knitting.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Knitting
ADL01-Pastime: Musical InstrumentC105334ADL01-Pastime: Musical InstrumentAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: musical instrument.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Musical Instrument
ADL01-Pastime: OtherC105343ADL01-Pastime: OtherAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Other
ADL01-Pastime: Other SpecifyC105344ADL01-Pastime: Other SpecifyAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: other specify.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Other Specify
ADL01-Pastime: ReadingC105337ADL01-Pastime: ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: reading.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Reading
ADL01-Pastime: SewingC105336ADL01-Pastime: SewingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: sewing.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Sewing
ADL01-Pastime: TennisC105340ADL01-Pastime: TennisAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: tennis.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Tennis
ADL01-Pastime: WorkshopC105341ADL01-Pastime: WorkshopAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Which pastimes did he/she perform: workshop.ADCS-ADL - Pastime: Workshop
ADL01-Pay Attention to ConversationC105297ADL01-Pay Attention to ConversationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever appear to pay attention to conversation or small talk for at least 5 minutes?ADCS-ADL - Pay Attention to Conversation
ADL01-Pay Without SupervisionC105313ADL01-Pay Without SupervisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually pay for items without supervision or physical help?ADCS-ADL - Pay for Items Without Supervision or Physical Help
ADL01-Perform PastimeC105329ADL01-Perform PastimeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} perform a pastime, hobby or game?ADCS-ADL - Perform Pastime, Hobby or Game
ADL01-Read More Than 5 MinutesC105324ADL01-Read More Than 5 MinutesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} read a magazine, newspaper or book for more than 5 minutes at a time?ADCS-ADL - Read for More Than Five Minutes
ADL01-Select First Clothes for the DayC105288ADL01-Select First Clothes for the DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding dressing in the past 4 weeks: Did {S} select his/her first set of clothes for the day?ADCS-ADL - Select First Clothes for the Day
ADL01-Select Television ProgramC105294ADL01-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or his/her favorite show?ADCS-ADL - Select or Ask for Television Program
ADL01-Talk 1 Hour or More After ReadingC105326ADL01-Talk 1 Hour or More After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about what he/she read 1 hour or longer after reading?ADCS-ADL - Talk About What Subject Read More Than One Hour After Reading
ADL01-Talk About at Home EventsC105323ADL01-Talk About at Home EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that occurred at home that he/she took part in or watched?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events at Home that Subject Took Part in or Watched
ADL01-Talk About Current EventsC105320ADL01-Talk About Current EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} talk about current events?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Current Events
ADL01-Talk About Events Heard/Read AboutC105321ADL01-Talk About Events Heard/Read AboutAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that he/she heard or read about or saw on TV but did not take part in?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events on TV that Subject Did not Take Part In
ADL01-Talk About Outside EventsC105322ADL01-Talk About Outside EventsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about events that he/she took part in outside home involving family, friends, or neighbors?ADCS-ADL - Talk About Events Outside of Home that Subject Took Part In
ADL01-Talk About TV Content While WatchC105295ADL01-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL - Talk About TV Content While Watching
ADL01-Talk About TV Content Within a DayC105296ADL01-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL - Talk About TV Content Within a Day After Watching
ADL01-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingC105325ADL01-Talk Within 1 Hour After ReadingAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Did {S} usually talk about details of what he/she read while or shortly (less than 1 hour) after reading?ADCS-ADL - Talk About What Subject Read Less Than One Hour After Reading
ADL01-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreC105360ADL01-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Total Score.ADCS-ADL - Total Score
ADL01-Use a TelephoneC105291ADL01-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL - Use a Telephone
ADL01-Use Common Used AppliancesC105359ADL01-Use Common Used AppliancesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, for the most commonly used appliances, which best describes how {S} usually used them.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Use of Commonly Used Appliances
ADL01-Use Household ApplianceC105347ADL01-Use Household ApplianceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a household appliance to do chores?ADCS-ADL - Use Household Appliance to do Chores
ADL01-Usual Bathing PerformanceC105286ADL01-Usual Bathing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding bathing, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes his/her usual performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Bathing
ADL01-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionC105285ADL01-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding bowel and bladder function at the toilet, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL - Usual Bowel and Bladder Function at Toilet
ADL01-Usual Common Pastimes PerformanceC105346ADL01-Usual Common Pastimes PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, how did {S} usually perform his/her most common pastimes.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Common Pastimes
ADL01-Usual Conversation ParticipationC105298ADL01-Usual Conversation ParticipationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes his/her usual degree of participation.ADCS-ADL - Usual Conversation Participation
ADL01-Usual Dressing PerformanceC105289ADL01-Usual Dressing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - If yes, which best describes usual performance.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Dressing
ADL01-Usual Eating PerformanceC105283ADL01-Usual Eating PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding eating: which best describes {S} usual performance during the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Eating
ADL01-Usual Physically Dressing PerformC105290ADL01-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes his/her usual performance in the past 4 weeks.ADCS-ADL - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL01-Watch TelevisionC105293ADL01-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL - Watch Television
ADL01-Write Things DownC105327ADL01-Write Things DownAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever write things down?ADCS-ADL - Write Things Down
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CL.C106653.ADCS-ADL SEVERE DEMENTIA TESTCDAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test Code
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C106653Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test CodeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia Test Code Terminology
ADL0201C106979ADL02-Usual Eating PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding eating, which best describes {S} usual performance during the last 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Eating
ADL0202C106980ADL02-Optimal Walking PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding walking (or getting around in a wheelchair) in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} optimal performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Walking
ADL0203C106981ADL02-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding bowel and bladder function at the toilet, which best describes {S} usual performance during the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Usual Bowel and Bladder Function at Toilet
ADL0204C106982ADL02-Usual Bathing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding bathing, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} usual performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Bathing
ADL0205C106983ADL02-Optimal Grooming PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding grooming, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} optimal performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Grooming
ADL0206C106984ADL02-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes {S} usual performance in the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL0207C106985ADL02-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Use a Telephone
ADL0207AC106986ADL02-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Highest Performance of Telephone Use
ADL0208C106987ADL02-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Watch Television
ADL0208AC106988ADL02-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or {S} favorite show?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Select or Ask for Television Program
ADL0208BC106989ADL02-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Talk About TV Content While Watching
ADL0208CC106990ADL02-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Talk About TV Content Within a Day After Watching
ADL0209C106991ADL02-Pay Attention to ConversationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever appear to pay attention to conversation or small talk for at least 5 minutes?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Pay Attention to Conversation
ADL0209AC106992ADL02-Usual Conversation ParticipationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} usual degree of participation.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Usual Conversation Participation
ADL0210C106993ADL02-Clear DishesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} clear the dishes from the table after a meal or snack?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Clear Dishes After Meal or Snack
ADL0210AC106994ADL02-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Clearing Dishes
ADL0211C106995ADL02-Find BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Find Personal Belongings at Home
ADL0211AC106996ADL02-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Personal Belonging at Home
ADL0212C106997ADL02-Obtain BeverageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} obtain a hot or cold beverage for him/herself?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Obtain Beverage for Self
ADL0212AC106998ADL02-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Highest Performance of Obtaining Beverage
ADL0213C106999ADL02-Dispose of GarbageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} dispose of garbage or litter in an appropriate place or container at home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Dispose of Garbage in Appropriate Place at Home
ADL0213AC107000ADL02-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Garbage Disposal
ADL0214C107001ADL02-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Get Around Outside Home
ADL0214AC107002ADL02-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} optimal performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Getting Around Outside of Home
ADL0215C107003ADL02-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Subject Left on Their Own
ADL0215AC107004ADL02-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: away from home for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone Away From Home for Fifteen Minutes or Longer
ADL0215BC107005ADL02-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: at home for an hour or longer during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone at Home for One Hour or Longer
ADL0215CC107006ADL02-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: at home for less than 1 hour during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone at Home for Less Than One Hour
ADL0216C107007ADL02-Run Water Faucet to WashAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually run water from a faucet to wash {S} hands or face without help?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn On Faucet to Wash Without Help
ADL0217C107008ADL02-Turn Off FaucetAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn off the faucet after finishing running water without help?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn Off Faucet After Wash Without Help
ADL0218C107009ADL02-Turn On LightAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn on a light without help when entering a dark room or area?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn On Light Without Help Entering Room
ADL0219C107010ADL02-Turn Off LightAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn off lights without help when leaving a room or going to sleep?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn Off Light Without Help Leaving Room
ADL0220C107011ADL02-Sum 1 to 5Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 1-5.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 1-5
ADL0221C107012ADL02-Sum 6 to 8Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 6-8.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 6-8
ADL0222C107013ADL02-Sum 9 to 12Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 9-12.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 9-12
ADL0223C107014ADL02-Sum 13 to 15Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 13-15.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 13-15
ADL0224C107015ADL02-Sum 16 to 19Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 16-19.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 16-19
ADL0225C107016ADL02-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Total Score.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Total Score
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CL.C106652.ADCS-ADL SEVERE DEMENTIA TESTAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test Name
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C106652Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version Questionnaire Test NameAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia Test Name Terminology
ADL02-Clear DishesC106993ADL02-Clear DishesAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} clear the dishes from the table after a meal or snack?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Clear Dishes After Meal or Snack
ADL02-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceC106994ADL02-Clear Dishes Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Clearing Dishes
ADL02-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceC107000ADL02-Dispose Garbage Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Garbage Disposal
ADL02-Dispose of GarbageC106999ADL02-Dispose of GarbageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} dispose of garbage or litter in an appropriate place or container at home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Dispose of Garbage in Appropriate Place at Home
ADL02-Find BelongingsC106995ADL02-Find BelongingsAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually manage to find his/her personal belongings at home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Find Personal Belongings at Home
ADL02-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceC106996ADL02-Find Belongings Usual PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes how {S} usually performed.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Finding Personal Belonging at Home
ADL02-Get Around Optimal PerformanceC107002ADL02-Get Around Optimal PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} optimal performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Getting Around Outside of Home
ADL02-Get Around Outside HomeC107001ADL02-Get Around Outside HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} get around (or travel) outside of his/her home?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Get Around Outside Home
ADL02-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceC106986ADL02-Highest Telephone Use PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Highest Performance of Telephone Use
ADL02-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerC107005ADL02-Left at Home for 1 Hour or LongerAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: at home for an hour or longer during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone at Home for One Hour or Longer
ADL02-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourC107006ADL02-Left at Home for Less Than 1 HourAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: at home for less than 1 hour during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone at Home for Less Than One Hour
ADL02-Left Away From HomeC107004ADL02-Left Away From HomeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Was {S} left: away from home for 15 minutes or longer, during the day?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Alone Away From Home for Fifteen Minutes or Longer
ADL02-Left On His/Her OwnC107003ADL02-Left On His/Her OwnAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, was {S} ever left on his/her own?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Subject Left on Their Own
ADL02-Obtain BeverageC106997ADL02-Obtain BeverageAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} obtain a hot or cold beverage for him/herself?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Obtain Beverage for Self
ADL02-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformC106998ADL02-Obtain Beverage Highest PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} highest level of performance.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Highest Performance of Obtaining Beverage
ADL02-Optimal Grooming PerformanceC106983ADL02-Optimal Grooming PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding grooming, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} optimal performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Grooming
ADL02-Optimal Walking PerformanceC106980ADL02-Optimal Walking PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding walking (or getting around in a wheelchair) in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} optimal performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Optimal Performance of Walking
ADL02-Pay Attention to ConversationC106991ADL02-Pay Attention to ConversationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} ever appear to pay attention to conversation or small talk for at least 5 minutes?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Pay Attention to Conversation
ADL02-Run Water Faucet to WashC107007ADL02-Run Water Faucet to WashAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually run water from a faucet to wash {S} hands or face without help?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn On Faucet to Wash Without Help
ADL02-Select Television ProgramC106988ADL02-Select Television ProgramAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} usually select or ask for different programs or {S} favorite show?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Select or Ask for Television Program
ADL02-Sum 1 to 5C107011ADL02-Sum 1 to 5Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 1-5.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 1-5
ADL02-Sum 13 to 15C107014ADL02-Sum 13 to 15Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 13-15.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 13-15
ADL02-Sum 16 to 19C107015ADL02-Sum 16 to 19Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 16-19.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 16-19
ADL02-Sum 6 to 8C107012ADL02-Sum 6 to 8Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 6-8.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 6-8
ADL02-Sum 9 to 12C107013ADL02-Sum 9 to 12Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Sum of Items 9-12.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Sum of Items 9-12
ADL02-Talk About TV Content While WatchC106989ADL02-Talk About TV Content While WatchAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} usually talk about the content of a program while watching it?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Talk About TV Content While Watching
ADL02-Talk About TV Content Within a DayC106990ADL02-Talk About TV Content Within a DayAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Did {S} talk about the content of a program within a day (24 hours) after watching it?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Talk About TV Content Within a Day After Watching
ADL02-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreC107016ADL02-Total ADCS-ADL ScoreAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Total Score.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Total Score
ADL02-Turn Off FaucetC107008ADL02-Turn Off FaucetAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn off the faucet after finishing running water without help?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn Off Faucet After Wash Without Help
ADL02-Turn Off LightC107010ADL02-Turn Off LightAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn off lights without help when leaving a room or going to sleep?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn Off Light Without Help Leaving Room
ADL02-Turn On LightC107009ADL02-Turn On LightAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} usually turn on a light without help when entering a dark room or area?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Turn On Light Without Help Entering Room
ADL02-Use a TelephoneC106985ADL02-Use a TelephoneAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} use a telephone?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Use a Telephone
ADL02-Usual Bathing PerformanceC106982ADL02-Usual Bathing PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding bathing, in the past 4 weeks, which best describes {S} usual performance?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Bathing
ADL02-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionC106981ADL02-Usual Bowel/Bladder FunctionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding bowel and bladder function at the toilet, which best describes {S} usual performance during the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Usual Bowel and Bladder Function at Toilet
ADL02-Usual Conversation ParticipationC106992ADL02-Usual Conversation ParticipationAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - If yes, which best describes {S} usual degree of participation.ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Usual Conversation Participation
ADL02-Usual Eating PerformanceC106979ADL02-Usual Eating PerformanceAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding eating, which best describes {S} usual performance during the last 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Eating
ADL02-Usual Physically Dressing PerformC106984ADL02-Usual Physically Dressing PerformAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - Regarding physically getting dressed, which best describes {S} usual performance in the past 4 weeks?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Description of Usual Performance of Physically Getting Dressed
ADL02-Watch TelevisionC106987ADL02-Watch TelevisionAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory, Severe Dementia Version - In the past 4 weeks, did {S} watch television?ADCS-ADL Severe Dementia - Watch Television
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CL.C103459.ADCS-CGIC TESTCDAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test Code
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C103459Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test CodeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change test code.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-CGIC Test Code Terminology
ACGC0101C103531ACGC01-Clinical Impression of ChangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change - Clinical impression of change from baseline.ADCS-CGIC - Clinical Impression of Change from Baseline
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CL.C103458.ADCS-CGIC TESTAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test Name
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C103458Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire Test NameAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change test name.CDISC Questionnaire ADCS-CGIC Test Name Terminology
ACGC01-Clinical Impression of ChangeC103531ACGC01-Clinical Impression of ChangeAlzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change - Clinical impression of change from baseline.ADCS-CGIC - Clinical Impression of Change from Baseline
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CL.C74456.LOCAnatomical Location
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C74456Anatomical LocationTerminology codelist used for anatomical location within CDISC.CDISC SDTM Anatomical Location Terminology
5TH LUMBAR SPINOUS PROCESSC116163The spinous process of the 5th lumbar vertebra.Fifth Lumbar Spinous Process
ABDOMINAL AORTAC32038The portion of the descending aorta that lies within the abdomen, beginning below the diaphragm and ending at its division into the right and left common iliac arteries. (NCI)Abdominal Aorta
ABDOMINAL CAVITYC12664Abdomen;Abdominal CavityThe portion of the body that lies between the thorax and the pelvis. (NCI)Abdomen
ABDOMINAL LYMPH NODEC12360Any lymph node within the abdomen.Intra-Abdominal Lymph Node
ABDOMINAL SKINC52758Abdominal SkinThe skin or integument surrounding the abdomen. (NCI)Abdominal Skin
ABDOMINAL WALLC77608The tissues that surround the organs that are present within the abdominal cavity. The abdominal wall tissue is composed of layers of fat, parietal peritoneum, fascia, and muscles. (NCI)Abdominal Wall
ABDUCENS NERVEC12665The sixth cranial nerve.Abducens Nerve
ACCESSORY RENAL ARTERYC116183An additional renal vessel originating from the aorta and entering the kidney at the proximal or distal end of the organ. Accessory renal arteries are found in 26-30% of humans.Accessory Renal Artery
ACETABULUMC32042AcetabulumTwo cup shaped areas, one each on the lateral side of the lower pelvis that house the head of the femur to form the ball and socket joint of the hip. (NCI)Acetabulum
ACHILLES TENDONC32043Calcaneal TendonThe tendon that connects the heel bone to the calf muscles at the back of the lower leg. (NCI)Achilles Tendon
ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINTC32047Acromioclavicular JointThe junction of the upper distal end of the scapula to the distal edge of the collarbone, also known as the acromion and the clavicle. (NCI)Acromioclavicular Joint
ACROMIONC32048AcromionThe upper distal process of the scapula. (NCI)Acromion
ACUTE MARGINAL ARTERYC102285ACUTE MARGINAL ARTERY SEGMENT(S);AMARGThe arteries that arise at the junction of the proximal and mid-right coronary artery conduit segments.Acute Marginal Artery
ADRENAL GLANDC12666Adrenal GlandSuprarenal gland. A flattened, roughly triangular body resting upon the upper end of each kidney; it is one of the ductless glands furnishing internal secretions (epinephrine and norepinephrine from the medulla and steroid hormones from the cortex). (NCI)Adrenal Gland
AMYGDALAC12440Amygdaloid NucleusAn almond-shaped group of basal nuclei anterior to the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle of the brain, within the temporal lobe. The amygdala is part of the limbic system. (MESH)Amygdala
ANASTOMOSISC15609AnastomosisA natural or surgically-induced connection between tubular structures in the body. (NCI)Anastomosis
ANKLE JOINTC32078Ankle;Ankle JointA gliding joint between the distal ends of the tibia and fibula and the proximal end of the talus. (NCI)Ankle Joint
ANKLE MORTISEC117868Talar MortiseA rectangular socket or bony arch that connects the ends of the tibia and fibula to the talus.Ankle Mortise
ANTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERYC12825An artery of the lower extremity that supplies blood to the anterior part of the leg and the foot.Anterior Tibial Artery
ANTRUM PYLORIC12259Antrum PyloriThe initial part of the pyloric canal of the stomach. This site contains endocrine cells that produce gastrin and somatostatin. (NCI)Antrum Pylori
ANUSC43362AnusThe lower opening of the digestive tract, lying in the cleft between the buttocks, through which fecal matter is extruded. (NCI)Anus
AORTAC12669AortaThe major arterial trunk that carries oxygenated blood from the left ventricle into the ascending aorta behind the heart, the aortic arch, through the thorax as the descending aorta and through the abdomen as the abdominal aorta; it bifurcates into the left and right common iliac arteries. (NCI)Aorta
AORTIC ARCHC32123Aortic ArchThe curved segment of the aorta between the ascending and the descending segments.Aortic Arch
AORTIC VALVEC12670A valve that is located between and controls the flow of blood from the left ventricle of the heart and the aorta. (NCI)Aortic Valve
AORTO-ILIAC PERIPHERAL ARTERYC116166The segment of the blood vessels that includes the iliac artery and its origin from the aorta.Aortoiliac Artery Segment
AORTOPULMONARY WINDOW LYMPH NODEC116165A lymph node located in the aortopulmonary window.Aortopulmonary Window Lymph Node
APPENDICEAL TIPC83470The distal end of the appendix. (NCI)Appendiceal Tip
APPENDICULAR SKELETONC49477The part of the skeleton that includes the bones of the upper and lower limbs, including the shoulder and pelvic girdlesAppendicular Skeleton
APPENDIXC12380AppendixSmall tissue projection existing as a cecal diverticulum with a questionable history of vestigial versus specialized organ. (NCI)Appendix
ARMC32141ArmThe portion of the upper extremity between the shoulder and the elbow. For clinical purposes this term is also used to refer to the whole superior limb. (NCI)Arm
ARM SKINC52754Arm SkinThe skin or integument covering the arm. (NCI)Arm Skin
ARTERYC12372ArteryA blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart. (NCI)Artery
AXIAL SKELETONC32172The part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal column and sternum and ribs. (NCI)Axial Skeleton
AXILLAC12674AxillaThe underside concavity where the arm and the shoulder are joined. (NCI)Axilla
AXILLARY ARTERYC32169An artery that originates from the subclavian artery at the lateral margin of the first rib. It supplies the brachial artery.Axillary Artery
AXILLARY LYMPH NODEC12904Axillary Lymph NodeOne of approximately 20-30 lymph nodes in chain formation that traverse the concavity of the underarm to the clavicle. (NCI)Axillary Lymph Node
AXILLARY LYMPH NODE LEVEL IC123461Axillary lymph nodes located inferolateral to pectoralis minor.Axillary Lymph Node Level I
AXILLARY LYMPH NODE LEVEL IIC123462Axillary lymph nodes located posterior to pectoralis minor.Axillary Lymph Node Level II
AXILLARY LYMPH NODE LEVEL IIIC123463Axillary lymph nodes located superomedial to pectoralis minor.Axillary Lymph Node Level III
AXILLARY VEINC32171A large blood vessel which returns blood to the heart from the lateral thorax, axilla and upper limb. Each side of the body contains one axillary vein.Axillary Vein
BACKC13062BackThe dorsal area between the base of the neck and the sacrum. (NCI)Back
BASAL GANGLIAC12447Basal GangliaClusters of neurons comprising the globus pallidus, putamen, caudate, nucleus accumbens, substantia nigra and subthalamic nucleus. They are involved with high level aspects of inhibitory motor activity in coordination with the excitation commands issued from the cerebellum. (NCI)Basal Ganglia
BASILIC VEINC32197Basilic VeinOne of the moderately large superficial veins of the forearm that transports blood from the hand and the medial aspect of the forearm to the axillary vein. (NCI)Basilic Vein
BICEPS BRACHII MUSCLEC32200BicepsA muscle in the upper limb. Its action involves the rotation of the limb and the flexion of the humeralradial joint.Biceps
BICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLEC53147A muscle in the back of the thigh. Its action involves the knee flexion and hip extension. (NCI)Biceps Femoris
BILE DUCTC12376Any of the ducts conveying bile between the liver and the intestine, including hepatic, cystic, and common bile duct.Bile Duct
BILIARY TRACTC12678Biliary TractThe duct system that transports bile from its origination by hepatocytes in the liver to the small intestine. It is comprised of the common bile duct that connects the liver and gall bladder to the small intestine and the cystic duct that connects the gall bladder to the common bile duct. (NCI)Biliary Tract
BLADDERC12414BladderThe distensible sac-like organ that functions as a reservoir of urine, collecting from the kidneys and eliminating via the urethra. (NCI)Bladder
BLADDER WALLC48941The tissue layers that form the urinary bladder. They include the mucosa, submucosa, smooth muscle, and serosa.Bladder Wall
BLADDER, DOMEC12332Dome of the BladderThe upper, convex surface of the bladder. (NCI)Dome of the Bladder
BLADDER, FUNDUSC48939Fundus of the BladderThe portion of the bladder that is formed by the posterior wall and is located opposite to the bladder opening. (NCI)Bladder Fundus
BLADDER, NECKC12336Neck of the BladderThe inferior portion of the urinary bladder which is formed as the walls of the bladder converge and become contiguous with the proximal urethra. (NCI)Bladder Neck
BLADDER, TRIGONEC12331Trigone of the BladderThe triangular area in the bladder mucosa that is formed by the two ureteral orifices and the urethral orifice. (NCI)Bladder Trigone
BLOODC12434Peripheral Blood;Whole BloodA liquid tissue with the primary function of transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide. It supplies the tissues with nutrients, removes waste products, and contains various components of the immune system defending the body against infection.Blood
BLOOD VESSELC12679Blood VesselA tubular structure through which the blood circulates in the body. Blood vessels constitute a network composed of arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins. (NCI)Blood Vessel
BODYC13041BodyThe entire physical structure of an organism. It is composed of anatomic systems, regions, cavities, and spaces. (NCI)Body
BODY OF STOMACHC12258Body of StomachThe main section of the digestive tube that connects the esophagus to the small intestine. The body proper excludes the upper and lower sections of the fundus and pyloric portion respectively. (NCI)Body of Stomach
BONEC12366BoneCalcified connective tissue that forms the skeletal components of the body. (NCI)Bone
BONE MARROWC12431Bone MarrowThe tissue occupying the spaces of bone. It consists of blood vessel sinuses and a network of hematopoietic cells which give rise to the red cells, white cells, and megakaryocytes. (NCI)Bone Marrow
BRACHIAL ARTERYC12681Brachial ArteryAn artery originating at the axillary artery and branching into the radial and ulnar arteries. (NCI)Brachial Artery
BRACHIAL LYMPH NODEC92221An axillary lymph node along the brachial vein. (NCI)Brachial Lymph Node
BRACHIAL PLEXUSC12682Brachial PlexusA nerve network originating from C5 to T1 that supplies cutaneous and muscular innervation to the arm and hand. (NCI)Brachial Plexus
BRAINC12439Brain;Nervous System, BrainAn organ composed of grey and white matter containing billions of neurons that is the center for intelligence and reasoning. It is protected by the bony cranium. (NCI)Brain
BRAIN STEMC12441Brain StemThe part of the brain that connects the cerebral hemispheres with the spinal cord. It consists of the mesencephalon, pons, and medulla oblongata. (NCI)Brain Stem
BRAIN VENTRICLEC12356Brain VentricleThe four connected cavities (hollow spaces) centrally located within the brain that connect posteriorly with the central canal of the spinal cord. (NCI)Brain Ventricle
BREASTC12971BreastOne of two hemispheric projections of variable size situated in the subcutaneous layer over the pectoralis major muscle on either side of the chest. (NCI)Breast
BRONCHUSC12683Bronchi;BronchusTubular structure in continuation with the trachea, serving as air passage. It terminates in the lung (terminal bronchiole). (NCI)Bronchus
BUTTOCKC89806ButtockEither of the fleshy mounds in the rear pelvic area of the human body formed by the gluteal muscles.Buttock
C1 VERTEBRAC32239C1 VertebraThe first of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C1 Vertebra
C2 VERTEBRAC32240C2 VertebraThe second of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C2 Vertebra
C3 VERTEBRAC32241C3 VertebraThe third of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C3 Vertebra
C4 VERTEBRAC32242C4 VertebraThe fourth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C4 Vertebra
C5 VERTEBRAC32243C5 VertebraThe fifth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C5 Vertebra
C6 VERTEBRAC32244C6 VertebraThe sixth of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C6 Vertebra
C7 VERTEBRAC32245C7 VertebraThe seventh of the seven cervical vertebrae. (NCI)C7 Vertebra
CALCARINE SULCUSC32252A cerebral fissure that originates near the occipital lobe and terminates below the corpus callosum. (NCI)Calcarine Sulcus
CALFC93027The posterior aspect of the lower extremity that extends from the knee to the foot. (NCI)Calf
CANINE TOOTHC32258Canine ToothA single-cusped (pointed) and usually single-rooted tooth located between the incisors and premolars. (NCI)Canine Tooth
CAPITATE BONEC12856Capitate BoneThe largest of eight carpal bones, located in the center of the hand. (NCI)Capitate Bone
CAROTID ARTERYC12687Carotid ArteryOne of two arteries that supply oxygenated blood to the head and neck; the left common carotid branches from the aorta and the right common carotid from the innominate (brachiocephalic artery). (NCI)Carotid Artery
CARPAL BONEC12688Any of the small bones of the wrist joint, located between the radius and the ulna and the metacarpus. (NCI)Carpal Bone
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT 1C103912CMC1A saddle-shaped synovial joint between the metacarpal of the thumb and the trapezium. (NCI)Carpometacarpal Joint 1
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT 2C103913CMC2A plane joint primarily between the second metacarpal and the trapezoid, which also connects with the trapezium and capitate. (NCI)Carpometacarpal Joint 2
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT 3C103914CMC3A plane joint between the third metacarpal and the capitate. (NCI)Carpometacarpal Joint 3
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT 4C103915CMC4A plane joint between the fourth metacarpal and the hamate. (NCI)Carpometacarpal Joint 4
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINT 5C103916CMC5A plane joint between the fifth metacarpal and the pisiform. (NCI)Carpometacarpal Joint 5
CAUDATE NUCLEUSC12451An elongated gray mass of the neostriatum located adjacent to the lateral ventricle of the brain. (MeSH)Caudate Nucleus
CECUMC12381Cecal;CecumA blind pouch-like commencement of the colon in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen at the end of the small intestine and the start of the large intestine. (OMD)Cecum
CELIAC LYMPH NODEC65166Celiac Axis Lymph Node;Celiac Lymph NodeA lymph node at the base of the celiac artery. (NCI)Celiac Lymph Node
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEMC12438The part of the nervous system that consists of the brain, spinal cord, and meninges. (NCI)Central Nervous System
CEPHALIC VEINC32286Cephalic Vein;Vena CephalicaOne of five superficial veins of the upper extremity, beginning at the radial aspect of the wrist area, wrapping around the forearm and emptying into the axillary vein. (NCI)Cephalic Vein
CEREBELLUMC12445The portion of the brain located at the base of the skull that is responsible for balance, equilibrium and movement. (NCI)Cerebellum
CEREBRAL CORTEXC12443Cerebral CortexThe outer layer of the cerebrum composed of neurons and unmyelinated nerve fibers. It is responsible for memory, attention, consciousness and other higher levels of mental function.Cerebral Cortex
CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE, LEFTC32955The left half of the cerebrum.Left Cerebral Hemisphere
CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE, RIGHTC33472The right half of the cerebrum.Right Cerebral Hemisphere
CEREBRAL SUBCORTEXC98712Cerebral SubcortexThe layer located below the cerebral cortex that includes the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain. (NCI)Cerebral Subcortex
CEREBRUMC12351Cerebral HemisphereOne half of the cerebrum, the part of the brain that controls muscle functions and also controls speech, thought, emotions, reading, writing, and learning. The right hemisphere controls the muscles on the left side of the body, and the left hemisphere controls the muscles on the right side of the body. (NCI)Cerebral Hemisphere
CERVICAL LYMPH NODEC32298Cervical Lymph NodeAny of the lymph nodes located in the neck. (NCI)Cervical Lymph Node
CERVICAL VERTEBRAC12693Any one of the vertebrae situated between the skull and the thoracic vertebrae.Cervical Vertebra
CERVIX UTERIC12311Cervix Uteri;Uterine CervixThe lower part of the uterus occupying the region between the isthmus of the uterus and the vagina. It is divided into supravaginal and vaginal portions. (NCI)Cervix Uteri
CHEEKC13070The fleshy part of the face bounded by the eyes, nose, ear, and jaw line. (NCI)Cheek
CHESTC25389ChestThe anterior side of the thorax from the neck to the abdomen. The shape of the chest is often regarded as potential insight into a disease process, as in the case of barrel chest and respiratory dysfunction. (NCI)Chest
CHEST WALLC62484Chest WallThe total system of structures outside the lungs that move as a part of breathing; it includes all structures from the skin to the parietal pleura. (NCI)Chest Wall
CHOROID PLEXUSC12694Choroid PlexusBlood vessels forming villous structures in the third, fourth, and lateral ventricles of the brain. (NCI)Choroid Plexus
CINGULATE CORTEXC52713Part of the medial aspect of the cerebral cortex. (NCI)Cingulate Cortex
CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY AV GROOVE CONTINUATION ARTERYC102287CIRC AV;CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY AV GROOVE CONTINUATION ARTERY SEGMENTThe segment of the left circumflex artery that is distal to the third marginal branch, located in the atrioventricular groove.Circumflex Artery AV Groove Continuation Artery
CIRCUMFLEX, OBTUSE MARGINALS, LEFT POSTEROLETERAL AND LEFT POSTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY BRANCHESC102286The left circumflex coronary artery and all of its branches.Circumflex Artery and its Branches
CLAVICLEC12695ClavicleA bone linking the scapula and the sternum. The clavicle is part of the pectoral girdle.Clavicle
CLITORISC12308The erectile tissue in the vulva. It is composed of the corpora cavernosa and the glans clitoris.Clitoris
COCCYGEAL VERTEBRAC32334Coccygeal VertebraFour vertebral segments positioned at the base of the spine that are fused. (NCI)Coccygeal Vertebra
COCCYXC12696CoccyxA small bone located at the bottom of the spine. The coccyx is a result of 3-5 fused rudimentary vertebrae. (NCI)Coccyx
COLONC12382ColonThe part of the large intestine measured from the cecum to the rectum consisting of ascending, transverse, descending and sigmoid portions. The purpose of the colon is to remove water from digested food prior to excretion. (NCI)Colon
COLON, ASCENDINGC12265Ascending ColonThe first part of the colon (large intestine) that starts in the right lower quadrant of the abdomen and ends at the transverse colon in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. (NCI)Ascending Colon
COLON, DESCENDINGC12268Descending ColonThe fourth portion of the large intestine (colon) that communicates with the transverse colon in the left-upper quadrant of the abdomen and the rectum below. (NCI)Descending Colon
COLON, LEFTC33929Left ColonThe portion of the large intestine that includes the descending and sigmoid colon. (NCI)Left Colon
COLON, RECTOSIGMOIDC103438A portion of the large intestine that includes the descending colon, sigmoid colon and rectum.Rectosigmoid Colon
COLON, RIGHTC12383Right ColonThe proximal segment of the large intestine that is located in the right side of the abdominal cavity. It includes the cecum (with the attached appendix) and the ascending colon. (NCI)Right Colon
COLON, SIGMOIDC12384Sigmoid ColonThe portion of the colon that connects to the descending colon above and the rectum below. (NCI)Sigmoid Colon
COLON, TRANSVERSEC12385Transverse ColonThe third division of the colon (large intestine). It communicates with the ascending colon in the upper right-hand quadrant of the abdomen and the descending colon in the upper left-hand quadrant. (NCI)Transverse Colon
COMMON FEMORAL ARTERYC32354An artery arising from the external iliac artery at the inguinal ligament which bifurcates forming the deep and superficial femoral arteries.Common Femoral Artery
COMMON ILIAC ARTERYC32357An artery arising from the bifurcation of the abdominal aorta which then bifurcates forming the internal and external iliac arteries.Common Iliac Artery
COMMON ILIAC LYMPH NODEC103384A lymph node located adjacent to the common iliac artery. (NCI)Common Iliac Lymph Node
CONJUNCTIVAC12341ConjunctivaA thin, transparent tissue divided into the palpebral conjunctiva (covering the inner side of the eye lid) and the bulbar conjunctiva (covering the eyeball). (NCI)Conjunctiva
CORNEAC12342CorneaA dome-shaped, transparent, avascular tissue covering the front of the eye. It is composed of five layers: squamous epithelium, Bowman's membrane, stroma, Descemet's membrane, and endothelium. Refraction of light contributing to eye's focusing ability is its characteristic function. It contains unmyelinated nerve endings which are responsible for the high sensitivity of the tissue. (NCI)Cornea
CORONARY ARTERYC12843Coronary ArteryA principal artery that originates in the aorta. It supplies blood to the muscular tissue of the heart. (NCI)Coronary Artery
CORONARY ARTERY, ANTERIOR DESCENDINGC32089Anterior Descending Coronary Artery;Left Anterior Descending Coronary ArteryA left coronary artery branch that descends on the anterior portion of the heart through the anterior interventricular groove. (NCI)Anterior Descending Coronary Artery
CORONARY ARTERY, LEFTC12872LM;Left Coronary Artery;Left Main Coronary Artery;Left Main Coronary Artery SegmentA coronary artery that arises from the aorta and bifurcates into the left anterior descending artery and the left circumflex artery. (NCI)Left Coronary Artery
CORONARY ARTERY, RIGHTC12875Right Coronary ArteryA coronary artery that originates above the right coronary cusp and supplies blood predominantly to the right side of the heart. (NCI)Right Coronary Artery
CORONARY SINUSC32378The coronary vein that terminates in the right atrium and transports deoxygenated blood from the coronary circulation.Coronary Sinus
CORONARY VEINC12882A blood vessel in the heart which returns coronary blood to the right atrium.Coronary Vein
CORPUS CALLOSUMC12446A white matter structure within the cleft that separates the left and right cerebral hemispheres in the mammalian brain. It is composed of a wide, flat bundle of 200-250 million axonal projections. (NCI)Corpus Callosum
CORPUS LUTEUMC26465Corpus LuteumA group of cells that remain of the Graafian follicle following ovulation. This structure is composed of endocrine tissue and produces progesterone. This is needed to prepare the uterine lining for implantation by the fertilized egg. (NCI)Corpus Luteum
CORPUS STRIATUMC12448The portion of the brain consisting of the neostriatum and globus pallidus.Corpus Striatum
COSTAL CARTILAGEC32391Costal CartilageThe cartilage positioned between the anterior end of the rib and the sternum. Its elasticity allows the ribcage to expand while breathing. (NCI)Costal Cartilage
COSTOCHONDRAL JOINT 1C102288The first hyaline cartilaginous joint between the ribs and costal cartilage.Costochondral Joint 1
COSTOCHONDRAL JOINT 7C102289The seventh hyaline cartilaginous joint between the ribs and costal cartilage.Costochondral Joint 7
CRANIAL CAVITYC77638The atrium that is formed by the bones of the skull, and contains the brain.Cranial Cavity
CRANIAL NERVEC12700Any of the 12 paired nerves that originate in the brain stem. (NCI)Cranial Nerve
CUBOID BONEC32414Cuboid BoneA bone on the lateral side of the tarsus between the calcaneus and the fourth and fifth metatarsal bones. (NCI)Cuboid Bone
DIAPHRAGMC12702Fibromuscular tissue that separates the thoracic from the abdominal cavity. It increases the volume of the thoracic cavity through contractions, thus facilitating respiration.Diaphragm
DISTAL CIRCUMFLEX ARTERYC102290DCIRC;DISTAL CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY SEGMENTThe segment of the left circumflex artery that is between the second and third obtuse marginal branches.Distal Circumflex Artery
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102291DIP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the hand or foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 2
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE FOOTC114198DIP2 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the second digit of the foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Foot
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE HANDC114188DIP2 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the second digit of the hand connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Hand
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102292DIP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the hand or foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 3
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE FOOTC114199DIP3 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the third digit of the foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Foot
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE HANDC114189DIP3 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the third digit of the hand connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Hand
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102293DIP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand or foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 4
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE FOOTC114275DIP4 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fourth digit of the foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Foot
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE HANDC114273DIP4 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Hand
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102294DIP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand or foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 5
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE FOOTC114276DIP5 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fifth digit of the foot connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Foot
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE HANDC114274DIP5 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand connecting the middle and distal phalanges. (NCI)Distal Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Hand
DISTAL LAD ARTERYC102295DISTAL LAD ARTERY SEGMENT;DLADThe segment of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that is distal to the third diagonal branch.Distal Left Anterior Descending Artery
DISTAL RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUITC102296DISTAL RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUIT SEGMENT;DRCAThe section of the right coronary artery distal to the origin of the acute marginal artery.Distal Right Coronary Artery Conduit
DORSAL MOTOR NUCLEUSC12934A brain nucleus located in the medulla oblongata. (NCI)Dorsal Motor Nucleus
DORSALIS PEDIS ARTERYC32478Dorsalis Pedis ArteryAn artery of the dorsal surface of the foot, originating from the anterior tibial artery of the lower leg. The following arterial branches originate from the dorsalis pedis artery: the arcuate artery of the foot and deep plantar artery. (NCI)Dorsalis Pedis Artery
DUODENUMC12263A jointed tube 25-30 cm long that connects the stomach to the jejunum. (NCI)Duodenum
DURAL VENOUS SINUSC102627Venous channels within the dura mater of the brain which receives both blood from blood vessels within the brain as well as cerebrospinal fluid then drains into the internal jugular vein. Unlike other blood vessels, dural venous sinuses lack valves and other vessel associated layers.Dural Venous Sinus
EARC12394EarA sense organ needed for the detection of sound and for establishing balance. The outer ear consists of the auricle, the ear canal as well as the tympanic membrane. The middle ear is made up of an air-filled cavity behind the tympanic membrane that contains the ossicles (malleus, incus and stapes). The inner ear is made up of the cochlea needed for hearing and the vestibular apparatus required for balance. (NCI)Ear
EAR, INNERC12499Cochlea;Internal Ear;LabyrinthThe portion of the ear located within the temporal bone that is involved in both hearing and balance and includes the semicircular canals, vestibule, and cochlea. (from American Heritage Dictionary online)Inner Ear
EAR, OUTERC12292Auricle;External EarThe external part of the ear. (NCI)External Ear
ELBOW JOINTC32497Elbow JointA joint involving the humerus, radius and ulna bones.Elbow Joint
ENDOCARDIUMC13004The layer of endothelial cells and connective tissue lining the chambers of the heart. (NCI)Endocardium
ENDOCERVIXC12309The portion of the cervix which is lined by single columnar epithelium (mucosa). (NCI)Endocervix
ENDOMETRIAL CAVITYC32514Endometrial CavityA space inside the uterus lined by a layer of mucus membranes called the endometrium. (NCI)Endometrial Cavity
ENTORHINAL CORTEXC97338A brain region in the medial temporal lobe near the hippocampus. (NCI)Entorhinal Cortex
EPICARDIUMC13164The outer membranous connective tissue layer of the heart tissue. (NCI)Epicardium
EPICONDYLEC69300EpicondyleA bone prominence to which ligaments and tendons of the joints are attached. (NCI)Epicondyle
EPIDIDYMISC12328A crescent-like structure located in the upper and posterior surfaces of the testis. It consists of the efferent ductules and the duct of the epididymis. It facilitates the maturation of sperm that is produced in the testis. (NCI)Epididymis
EPIGLOTTISC12709EpiglottisA small cartilagenous flap-like valve that closes over the larynx during swallowing to prevent food entering the lungs. (NCI)Epiglottis
EPITROCHLEAR LYMPH NODEC98182A lymph node located above and adjacent to the elbow. (NCI)Epitrochlear Lymph Node
ESOPHAGUSC12389The portion of the digestive tract between the pharynx and stomach.Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, ABDOMINALC12252Abdominal EsophagusClinical esophageal segment composed of smooth muscle. It corresponds to the inferior part of the lower third topographic segment of the esophagus. (NCI)Abdominal Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, CERVICALC12250Cervical EsophagusClinical esophageal segment composed of skeletal muscle. It corresponds to the superior part of the upper third topographic segment of the esophagus. (NCI)Cervical Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, LOWER THIRDC12255Lower Third of the EsophagusThe lower one third of the esophagus in which the muscle layer is composed of muscle cells predominantly of the smooth type. (NCI)Lower Third of the Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, MIDDLE THIRDC12254Middle Third of the EsophagusThe middle one third of the esophagus in which the muscle layer is composed of muscle cells of the striated and smooth types.Middle Third of the Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, THORACICC12251Thoracic EsophagusClinical esophageal segment composed of smooth muscle. It includes the middle third topographic segment, as well as parts of the upper and lower thirds. (NCI)Thoracic Esophagus
ESOPHAGUS, UPPER THIRDC12253Upper Third of the EsophagusThe upper one third of esophagus in which the muscle layer is composed of muscle cells of the striated type. (NCI)Upper Third of the Esophagus
ETHMOID BONEC12711Ethmoid BoneA light and spongy bone that is cubical in shape. This bone is positioned at the anterior part of the cranium, sitting between the two orbits, at the roof of the nose. It consists of four parts: a horizontal or cribriform plate; a perpendicular plate; and two lateral masses or labyrinths. (NCI)Ethmoid Bone
ETHMOID SINUSC12276Ethmoid SinusA sinus of the meatuses of the nasal cavity. (NCI)Ethmoid Sinus
EXTERNAL ILIAC ARTERYC32558An artery arising from the bifurcation of the common iliac artery in the lower torso. The external iliac artery becomes the femoral artery and is the main blood supply for the leg.External Iliac Artery
EXTERNAL ILIAC LYMPH NODEC88143A lymph node located along the external iliac artery. (NCI)External Iliac Lymph Node
EXTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTC32573The portion of the biliary tract outside the liver; the common hepatic duct joins the cystic duct to form the common bile duct. (NCI)Extrahepatic Bile Duct
EYEC12401Eye;EyeballThe organ of sight or vision. (NCI)Eye
EYE, ANTERIOR CHAMBERC12667The space in the eye, filled with aqueous humor, bounded anteriorly by the cornea and a small portion of the sclera and posteriorly by a small portion of the ciliary body, the iris, and that part of the crystalline lens which presents through the pupil. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed, p109) (NCI)Anterior Chamber of the Eye
EYE, VITREOUS CHAMBERC33885Postremal ChamberThe largest space within the eye which is bounded by the lens and the retina and filled with the gelatinous vitreous humor. (NCI)Vitreous Chamber
EYELASHC32576Anyone of the short hairs that grow on the edge of the eyelid. (NCI)Eyelash
EYELIDC12713Eyelid;PalpebraA thin membrane of skin with the purpose of covering and protecting an eye. (NCI)Eyelid
FACEC13071FacialThe portion of the head containing the eyes, nose and mouth, cheeks and jaws.Face
FACET JOINTC32577Facet JointA synovial joint between two adjacent vertebrae. The facet joint links the articular process of one vertebra and the inferior articular process of the adjacent vertebra. (NCI)Facet Joint
FACIAL BONEC63706Facial BoneAny bone that contributes to the facial structures, except those bones that are part of the braincase. (NCI)Facial Bone
FACIAL NERVEC12714Seventh Cranial NerveThe 7th cranial nerve. The facial nerve has two parts, the larger motor root which may be called the facial nerve proper, and the smaller intermediate or sensory root. Together they provide efferent innervation to the muscles of facial expression and to the lacrimal and salivary glands, and convey afferent information for taste from the anterior two-thirds of the tongue and for touch from the external ear. (MeSH)Facial Nerve
FALLOPIAN TUBEC12403Fallopian TubeOne of a pair of tubes that extend from the uterus to each of the ovaries. Following ovulation the egg travels down the fallopian tube to the uterus where fertilization may or may not occur. (NCI)Fallopian Tube
FASCIAC13108A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue enveloping, separating, or binding together muscles, organs and other soft structures of the body.Fascia
FEMALE GENITALIAC61600Female GenitaliaFemale internal and external organs of reproduction.Female Genitalia
FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMC12402The sex organs of the female.Female Reproductive System
FEMORAL ARTERYC12715Femoral ArteryAn artery that starts within the inguinal region and extends to the lower extremities. (NCI)Femoral Artery
FEMORAL CONDYLEC114186The rounded bony projection at the distal end of the femur.Femoral Condyle
FEMORAL HEADC32718Femur HeadThe highest portion of the femoral bone that articulates with the acetabulum. (NCI)Head of the Femur
FEMORAL LYMPH NODEC98183A lymph node located in the upper inner portion of the thigh. (NCI)Femoral Lymph Node
FEMORAL NECKC61563Femoral NeckThe short, constricted portion of the thigh bone between the femur head and the trochanter. (NCI)Femoral Neck
FEMORAL VEINC12716Femoral VeinA vein that starts within the inguinal region and extends to the lower extremities. (NCI)Femoral Vein
FEMORO-POPLITEAL PERIPHERAL ARTERYC116167The segment of the blood vessels that includes the popliteal artery and its origin from the femoral artery.Femoropopliteal Artery Segment
FEMURC12717Bone, Femoral;FemurThe upper leg bone positioned between the pelvis and the knee. (NCI)Femur
FEMUR SHAFTC96209The cylindrical body of the femur. (NCI)Femoral Shaft
FIBULAC12718FibulaThe small, lateral calf bone extending from the knee to the ankle. (NCI)Fibula
FIBULA SHAFTC120670The elongated bony body of the fibula.Fibular Shaft
FINGERC32608FingerAny of the digits of the hand. (NCI)Finger
FINGERNAILC32609FingernailThe nail at the end of a finger. (NCI)Fingernail
FIRST DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC1022971ST DIAG;FIRST DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe first artery arising from the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that supplies the anterolateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.First Diagonal Branch Artery
FIRST LEFT POSTEROLATERAL BRANCH ARTERYC1022981ST LPL;FIRST LEFT POSTEROLATERAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a left-dominant heart, this is the first branch that arises from the circumflex artery atrioventricular groove continuation when counted from proximal to distal. It supplies the posterolateral wall.First Left Posterolateral Branch Artery
FIRST OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC1022991ST OM;FIRST OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe first artery arising from the left circumflex artery that supplies the lateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.First Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
FIRST RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERYC1023001ST RPL;FIRST RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a right-dominant heart, this is the first branch that arises from the right coronary artery distal to the right posterior descending artery, when counted from proximal to distal.First Right Posterolateral Artery
FLOOR OF MOUTHC54187The area of the mouth under the ventral surface of the tongue.Floor of Mouth
FOOTC32622Feet;FootThe structure found below the ankle joint required for locomotion. (NCI)Foot
FOOT DIGIT 1C52839Big ToeThe largest and most medial toe of the foot. (NCI)Foot Digit 1
FOOT DIGIT 2C52840Index ToeThe second toe from the medial side of the foot. (NCI)Foot Digit 2
FOOT DIGIT 3C52841Middle ToeThe middle or third toe from the medial side of the foot. (NCI)Foot Digit 3
FOOT DIGIT 4C52842Fourth ToeThe fourth toe from the medial side of the foot. (NCI)Foot Digit 4
FOOT DIGIT 5C52843Little ToeThe smallest and most lateral toe of the foot. (NCI)Foot Digit 5
FOOT PHALANXC52772Foot PhalanxA bone of the foot. (NCI)Foot Phalanx
FOREARMC32628ForearmThe structure on the upper limb, between the elbow and the wrist. (NCI)Forearm
FOREBRAINC40185The largest part of the brain composed of the cerebral hemispheres, thalamus, hypothalamus, and the limbic system. (NCI)Forebrain
FOREHEADC89803ForeheadThe part of the face between the eyebrows and the normal hairline.Forehead
FRONTAL LOBEC12352Frontal LobeThe part of the brain located anterior to the parietal lobes at the front of each cerebral hemisphere. (NCI)Frontal Lobe
FRONTAL SINUSC12277Frontal SinusThe paired, mucosal lined air spaces located above the orbit and communicating with the nasal passages. (NCI)Frontal Sinus
FUNDUS OF THE STOMACHC12257Fundus of the StomachThe portion of the stomach that lies above the cardiac notch. It allows for the accumulation of gases produced by chemical digestion. (NCI)Fundus of the Stomach
GALLBLADDERC12377GallbladderA pear-shaped organ located under the liver that stores and concentrates bile secreted by the liver. From the gallbladder the bile is delivered through the bile ducts into the intestine thereby aiding the digestion of fat-containing foods. (NCI)Gallbladder
GANGLIONC12719Ganglia;Ganglion;Neural GanglionA cluster of nervous tissue principally composed of neuronal cell bodies external to the central nervous system (CNS). (NCI)Ganglion
GASTRIC CARDIAC12256Gastric CardiaThe area around the esophagogastric mucosal junction where the esophageal mucosa transitions into the gastric mucosa. (NCI)Gastric Cardia
GASTROESOPHAGEAL JUNCTIONC32668Gastroesophageal JunctionThe anatomical location where the esophagus joins to the stomach. (NCI)Gastroesophageal Junction
GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEMC12378Gastrointestinal SystemThe system that includes the esophagus, stomach, small and large intestine, anus, liver, biliary tract, and pancreas. (NCI)Digestive System
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACTC34082Gastrointestinal TractThe upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract is comprised of mouth, pharynx, esophagus and stomach while the lower GI tract consists of intestines and anus. The primary function of the GI tract is to ingest, digest, absorb and ultimately excrete food stuff. (NCI)Gastrointestinal Tract
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT, LOWERC33010Lower Gastrointestinal TractThe lower part of the gastrointestinal tract that includes the jejunum and ileum of the small intestine and the large intestine. (NCI)Lower Gastrointestinal Tract
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT, UPPERC33837Upper Gastrointestinal TractThe upper part of the gastrointestinal tract that includes the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum. (NCI)Upper Gastrointestinal Tract
GENITALIAC25177The external sex organs. (NCI)Genitalia
GINGIVAC32677Gingiva;GumThe soft tissue surrounding the neck of individual teeth as well as covering the alveolar bone. The tissue is fibrous and continuous with the periodontal ligament and mucosal covering. (NCI)Gingiva
GLENOID FOSSAC32682Glenoid FossaThe trough in the head of the scapula that receives the head of the humerus to form the shoulder joint. (NCI)Glenoid Fossa
GLOMERULUSC13250A cluster of convoluted capillaries beginning at each nephric tubule in the kidney and held together by connective tissue.Glomerulus
GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVEC12723The ninth cranial nerve.Glossopharyngeal Nerve
GLOTTISC12724GlottisThe space in which the vocal cords are located. (NCI)Glottis
GLUTEUS MAXIMUSC52560The outermost and largest muscle of the buttocks. (NCI)Gluteus Maximus
GREAT TROCHANTERC32698Great TrochanterA large, irregular, quadrilateral area of bone found at the neck of the femur. (NCI)Great Trochanter
GREATER CURVATURE OF THE STOMACHC12262Greater Curvature of the StomachThe lateral and inferior border of the stomach. Attached to it is the greater omentum. (NCI)Greater Curvature of the Stomach
HAIRC32705HairThe filamentous outgrowth of the epidermis. (NCI)Hair
HAIR BULBC32706The lower segment of the hair that circles the dermal papilla and the hair matrix. (NCI)Hair Bulb
HAIR FOLLICLEC13317A tube-like invagination of the epidermis from which the hair shaft develops and into which the sebaceous glands open; the follicle is lined by a cellular inner and outer root sheath of epidermal origin and is invested with a fibrous sheath derived from the dermis. (NCI)Hair Follicle
HAIR ROOTC32711The portion of the hair that is enclosed within the hair follicle. (NCI)Hair Root
HAIR SHAFTC33543Shaft of the HairThe segment of the hair that projects above the skin surface. (NCI)Shaft of the Hair
HAMATE BONEC12860Hamate BoneThe medial bone in the distal row of carpal bones. (NCI)Hamate Bone
HANDC32712HandThe distal portion of the upper extremity. It consists of the carpus, metacarpus, and digits. (NCI)Hand
HAND DIGIT 1C52834ThumbThe thick and short hand digit which is next to the index finger in humans. (NCI)Hand Digit 1
HAND DIGIT 2C52835Index FingerThe second finger from the radial side of the hand, next to the thumb. (NCI)Hand Digit 2
HAND DIGIT 3C52836Middle FingerThe middle or third finger from the radial side of the hand. (NCI)Hand Digit 3
HAND DIGIT 4C52837Ring FingerThe fourth finger from the radial side of the hand. (NCI)Hand Digit 4
HAND DIGIT 5C52838Little FingerThe fifth and smallest finger from the radial side of the hand. (NCI)Hand Digit 5
HAND PHALANXC52771Hand PhalanxA bone of the hand. (NCI)Hand Phalanx
HARD PALATEC12230Hard PalateThe bony anterior part of the roof of the mouth separating the nose from the mouth. (NCI)Hard Palate
HEADC12419HeadThe anterior and superior part of a human or animal bearing the mouth, the brain and sensory organs.Head
HEAD AND NECKC12418The area of the body comprising the skull, facial bones and the cervical vertebrae, sinuses, orbits, salivary glands, oral cavity, oropharynx, larynx, thyroid, facial and neck musculature, soft tissue and lymph nodes draining these areas.Head and Neck
HEAD OF THE HUMERUSC32720Head of the HumerusThe upper rounded part of the humerus that fits into the glenoid cavity of the scapula. (NCI)Head of the Humerus
HEARTC12727Cardiac;HeartA hollow muscular organ which receives the blood from the veins and propels it into the arteries. It is divided by a musculomembranous septum into two halves -- right or venous and left or arterial -- each of which consists of a receiving chamber (atrium) and an ejecting chamber (ventricle). (NCI)Heart
HEART, APEXC32126Apex of the HeartThe most outer superficial part of the heart which is situated on the left 5th intercostal space. (NCI)Apex of the Heart
HEART, ATRIUMC12728Cardiac AtriumThe paired upper chambers of the heart. The left atrium receives oxygenated blood from the pulmonary vein and pumps blood into the left ventricle. The right atrium receives venous deoxygenated blood from the entire body via the superior and inferior vena cavae and pumps blood into the right ventricle. (NCI)Cardiac Atrium
HEART, BASEC48589Base of the HeartThe superior portion of the heart located opposite to the apical portion. It is formed mainly by the left atrium. (NCI)Base of the Heart
HEART, LEFT VENTRICLEC12871Left VentricleThe left lower chamber of the heart that receives blood from the left atrium and pumps it through the aorta to the body. (NCI)Left Ventricle
HEART, RIGHT VENTRICLEC12870Right VentricleThe lower chamber of the heart located in the right side. It receives blood from the right atrium that is no longer oxygenated and it pumps it to the pulmonary artery. (NCI)Right Ventricle
HEART, SEPTUMC49485Cardiac SeptumThe tissue in the heart that separates the two atria (atrial septum) and the two ventricles (ventricular septum). (NCI)Heart Septum
HEART, VENTRICLEC12730Cardiac VentricleThe lower right and left chambers of the heart. The right pumps venous blood into the lungs and the left pumps oxygenated blood into the systemic arterial circulation. (MeSH)Cardiac Ventricle
HEART, VENTRICULAR WALLC119295The tissue layers that form the cardiac ventricle. They include myocardium, endocardium, and pericardium. (NCI)Ventricular Wall of the Heart
HEPATIC ARTERYC32729An artery arising from the celiac trunk that supplies the liver and branches to form the cystic, gastro-duodenalis and pyloric arteries.Hepatic Artery
HEPATIC LYMPH NODEC77640Any of the lymph nodes adjacent to the stomach and duodenum. (NCI)Hepatic Lymph Node
HILARC25724HilarRefers to the area associated with the hilum. (NCI)Hilar
HILAR LYMPH NODEC98187A lymph node located in the hilum of the lung within the mediastinum.Pulmonary Hilar Lymph Node
HIPC64193HipThe lateral prominence of the pelvis from the waist to the thigh. (NCI)Hip
HIP JOINTC32742Coxofemoral Joint;Hip JointA ball-and-socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum. (NCI)Hip Joint
HIPPOCAMPUSC12444HippocampusA curved gray matter structure of the temporal lobe lying on the floor of the lateral ventricle of the brain. (NCI)Hippocampus
HUMERAL EPICONDYLEC114187The bone prominence at the distal end of the humerus to which ligaments and tendons of the joints are attached.Humeral Epicondyle
HUMERUSC12731Bone, Humeral;HumerusThe upper arm bone between the shoulder and elbow. (NCI)Humerus
HUMERUS SHAFTC120671The cylindrical, elongated bony body of the humerus.Humeral Shaft
HYOID BONEC32752Hyoid BoneA U-shaped bone supporting the tongue. This bone is located at the base of the tongue and is suspended from the tips of the styloid processes of the temporal bones by the stylohyoid ligaments. (NCI)Hyoid Bone
HYPOGLOSSAL NERVEC12732The twelfth cranial nerve.Hypoglossal Nerve
HYPOPHARYNXC12246HypopharynxThe lower part of the pharynx that connects to the esophagus. (NCI)Hypopharynx
HYPOTHALAMUSC12458HypothalamusThe supervisory center in the brain, rich in ganglia, nerve fibers, and synaptic connections. It is composed of several sections called nuclei, each of which controls a specific function.Hypothalamus
ILEUMC12387IleumThe final section of the small intestine. (NCI)Ileum
ILEUM, TERMINALC33757Terminal IleumThe most distal section of the ileum that is continuous with the cecum. (NCI)Terminal Ileum
ILIAC CRESTC103818A predominate bone structure which borders the ilium wing stretching from the anterior superior iliac spine to the posterior superior iliac spine.Iliac Crest
ILIAC FOSSAC103454The large smooth and concave surface of the ilium. (NCI)Iliac Fossa
ILIAC LYMPH NODEC32761Iliac Lymph NodeOne of the three lymph nodes of the pelvis: the superior gluteal, interior gluteal or sacral. (NCI)Iliac Lymph Node
ILIUMC32765IliumThe broad, dorsal, upper, and widest of the three principal bones composing either half of the pelvis. (NCI)Ilium
INCISORC32769IncisorOne of the teeth in front of the canines in either jaw designed for cutting or gnawing. (NCI)Incisor
INCUSC32770IncusOne of the three bones comprising the middle ear. This anvil-shaped bone is positioned between the malleus and the stapes. (NCI)Incus
INFRACLAVICULAR LYMPH NODEC63705Infraclavicular Lymph Node;Subclavicular Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the area below the clavicle. (NCI)Infraclavicular Lymph Node
INFRARENAL AORTAC116179The portion of the abdominal aorta that lies below the kidneys.Infrarenal Aortic Segment
INFRATENTORIAL BRAINC12509The part of the brain below the tentorium cerebellum. (NCI)Infratentorial Brain
INGUINAL LYMPH NODEC32801Inguinal Lymph NodeA superficial or deep lymph node located in the inguinal area. (NCI)Inguinal Lymph Node
INGUINAL REGIONC12726GroinThe lower region of the anterior abdominal wall located laterally to the pubic region. (NCI)Inguinal Region
INTERNAL ILIAC ARTERYC32845A short thick blood vessel arising from the bifurcation of the common iliac artery with numerous branches that supply the organs, walls and viscera of the pelvis as well as the inner thigh.Internal Iliac Artery
INTERNAL ILIAC LYMPH NODEC88142A lymph node located along the internal iliac artery. (NCI)Internal Iliac Lymph Node
INTERNAL MAMMARY ARTERYC52941The blood vessel that supplies the breast and the anterior chest wall with arterial blood. It is located in the chest wall. (NCI)Internal Mammary Artery
INTERNAL MAMMARY LYMPH NODEC32853Any of the lymph nodes of the breast located under the ribcage, near the sternum. (NCI)Internal Mammary Lymph Node
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 1C102301IP1A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the first digit of the hand or foot connecting the proximal and distal phalanges. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 1
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 1 OF THE FOOTC114200IP1 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the first digit of the foot connecting the proximal and distal phalanges. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 1 of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102302IP2A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the second digit of the hand or foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 2
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE FOOTC114201IP2 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the second digit of the foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE HANDC114190IP2 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the second digit of the hand. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Hand
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102303IP3A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the third digit of the hand or foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 3
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE FOOTC114202IP3 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the third digit of the foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE HANDC114191IP3 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the third digit of the hand. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Hand
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102304IP4A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fourth digit of the hand or foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 4
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE FOOTC114203IP4 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fourth digit of the foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE HANDC114192IP4 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fourth digit of the hand. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Hand
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102305IP5A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fifth digit of the hand or foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 5
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE FOOTC114204IP5 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fifth digit of the foot. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE HANDC114193IP5 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint between the phalanges of the fifth digit of the hand. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Hand
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT OF THE HANDC32868Interphalangeal Joint of the HandThe hinge synovial joints between the phalanges of the fingers. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint of the Hand
INTERPHALANGEAL OF THE FOOTC32867IP of the FootThe hinge synovial joints between the bones of the toes. (NCI)Interphalangeal Joint of the Foot
INTERPHALANGEAL THUMB JOINTC102306IP THUMB;IP1 of the Hand;Interphalangeal Joint 1 of the HandA condyloid synovial joint within the thumb connecting the proximal and distal phalanges.Interphalangeal Thumb Joint
INTERTROCHANTERIC REGIONC120672The bony region in the proximal portion of the femur between the greater, lesser and sub- (also called the third) trochanters.Intertrochanteric Region
INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTUMC32874The wall that separates the left and right ventricles of the heart. (NCI)Interventricular Septum
INTESTINEC12736IntestineThe portion of the gastrointestinal tract between the stomach and the anus. It includes the small intestine and large intestine. (NCI)Intestine
INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCTC12677The bile ducts that pass through and drain bile from the liver. (NCI)Intrahepatic Bile Duct
INTRATHORACIC LYMPH NODEC12359Any lymph node within the thoracic cavity.Intrathoracic Lymph Node
ISCHIAL TUBEROSITYC105446The bony prominence of the lower part of the ischium. (NCI)Ischial Tuberosity
ISCHIORECTAL FOSSAC103455A tetrahedral region of adipose tissue located in the ischiorectal region with its base between the tuberosity of the ischium and the lower end of the rectum and its apex at the point where the obturator fascia and the Levator ani membrane divide.Ischiorectal Fossa
ISCHIUMC32884IschiumThe most posterior and ventral bone making up the pelvis. (NCI)Ischium
JEJUNUMC12388JejunumThe portion of the small intestine that extends from the duodenum to the ileum. (NCI)Jejunum
JOINTC13044Articulation;JointThe connection point between two bones or skeletal elements. The joint may be fixed or movable. (NCI)Joint
JUGULAR VEINC12738Vena JugularisVeins in the neck which drain the brain, face, and neck into the brachiocephalic or subclavian veins. (NCI)Jugular Vein
KIDNEYC12415KidneyOne of the two bean-shaped organs located on each side of the spine in the retroperitoneum. The right kidney is located below the liver and the left kidney below the diaphragm. The kidneys filter and secret the metabolic products and minerals from the blood, thus maintaining the homeostasis. On the superior pole of each kidney there is an adrenal gland. Each kidney and adrenal gland is surrounded by fat. (NCI)Kidney
KIDNEY, CORTEXC12739Renal CortexThe outer zone of the KIDNEY, beneath the capsule, consisting of KIDNEY GLOMERULUS; KIDNEY TUBULES, DISTAL; and KIDNEY TUBULES, PROXIMAL. (MSH2001)Renal Cortex
KIDNEY, HILUMC32740Hilar Area of the KidneyThe concave area of the kidney through which the renal artery enters and the renal vein and ureter exit the organ. (NCI)Hilar Area of the Kidney
KIDNEY, LOWER LOBEC93180Lower Lobe of the KidneyThe lobe of the kidney located in the lowest portion of the kidney. (NCI)Lower Lobe of Kidney
KIDNEY, MEDULLAC12740Renal MedullaThe internal portion of the kidney, consisting of striated conical masses, the renal pyramids, whose bases are adjacent to the cortex and whose apices form prominent papillae projecting into the lumen of the minor calyces. (MSH2001)Renal Medulla
KIDNEY, UPPER LOBEC93179Upper Lobe of the KidneyThe lobe of the kidney located in the uppermost region of the kidney. (NCI)Upper Lobe of Kidney
KNEE JOINTC32898Knee;Tibiofemoral JointA joint connecting the lower part of the femur with the upper part of the tibia. The lower part of the femur and the upper part of the tibia are attached to each other by ligaments. Other structures of the knee joint include the upper part of the fibula, located below and parallel to the tibia, and the patella which moves as the knee bends. (NCI)Knee Joint
L1 VERTEBRAC32899L1 VertebraThe first lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)L1 Vertebra
L2 VERTEBRAC32900L2 VertebraThe second lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)L2 Vertebra
L2-L3 INTERVERTEBRAL SPACEC112327The space between the L2 and L3 vertebrae.L2-L3 Intervertebral Space
L3 VERTEBRAC32901L3 VertebraThe third lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)L3 Vertebra
L3-L4 INTERVERTEBRAL SPACEC112328The space between the L3 and L4 vertebrae.L3-L4 Intervertebral Space
L4 VERTEBRAC32902L4 VertebraThe fourth lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)L4 Vertebra
L5 VERTEBRAC32903L5 VertebraThe fifth lumbar vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)L5 Vertebra
L6 VERTEBRAC120673A congenital anomaly of the spine, where an extra or supernumerary lumbar vertebra arises from below the 5th lumbar vertebra.Extra Lumbar Vertebra
LACRIMAL BONEC32906Lacrimal BoneA small rectangular thin plate forming part of the medial orbit wall. It is located posterior to the frontal process of the maxilla and articulates with the inferior nasal concha, ethmoid, frontal, and maxillary bones. (NCI)Lacrimal Bone
LACRIMAL GLANDC12346Paired, almond-shaped exocrine glands situated superior and posterior to each orbit of the eye that produce and secrete the watery serous component of tears. (NCI)Lacrimal Gland
LAD SEPTAL PERFORATOR ARTERYC102313LAD SEPTAL PERFORATOR ARTERY SEGMENTS;LAD SPThe arteries that arise from the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that supply the interventricular septum.Left Anterior Descending Septal Perforator Artery
LARGE INTESTINEC12379Large IntestineA muscular tube that extends from the end of the small intestine to the anus. (NCI)Large Intestine
LARYNXC12420LarynxThe cartilaginous structure of the respiratory tract between the pharynx and the trachea. It contains elastic vocal cords required for sound production. (NCI)Larynx
LATERAL FIRST DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC102307LAT 1ST DIAG;LATERAL FIRST DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the first diagonal artery.Lateral First Diagonal Branch Artery
LATERAL FIRST OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC102308First Obtuse Marginal Lateral Branch;LAT 1ST OM;LATERAL FIRST OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the first obtuse marginal artery.Lateral First Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
LATERAL RAMUS INTERMEDIUS ARTERYC102309LAT RAMUS;LATERAL RAMUS INTERMEDIUS ARTERY SEGMENTThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the ramus intermedius artery.Lateral Ramus Intermedius Artery
LATERAL SECOND DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC102310LAT 2ND DIAG;LATERAL SECOND DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the second diagonal artery.Lateral Second Diagonal Branch Artery
LATERAL SECOND OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC102311LAT 2ND OM;LATERAL SECOND OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENT;Second Obtuse Marginal Lateral BranchThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the second obtuse marginal artery.Lateral Second Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
LATERAL THIRD DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC102312LAT 3RD DIAG;LATERAL THIRD DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the third diagonal artery.Lateral Third Diagonal Branch Artery
LATERAL THIRD OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC102425LAT 3RD OM;LATERAL THIRD OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENT;Third Obtuse Marginal Lateral BranchThe lateral branch distal to a bifurcation of the third obtuse marginal artery.Lateral Third Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY OSTIUMC116175The opening of the left anterior descending coronary artery at its origin.Left Anterior Descending Artery Ostium
LEFT ATRIOVENTRICULAR ARTERYC116177The first posterolateral branch originating from the posterior atrioventricular left circumflex artery in left dominant and mixed circulations.Left Atrioventricular Artery
LEFT CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY OSTIUMC116176The opening of the left circumflex artery at its origin.Left Circumflex Artery Ostium
LEFT CIRCUMFLEX CORONARY ARTERYC12874An artery arising from the bifurcation of the left coronary artery that runs along the coronary groove.Circumflex Branch of the Left Coronary Artery
LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY BIFURCATIONC116174The portion of the distal end of the left main coronary artery that branches into the left anterior descending artery and the left circumflex artery.Left Main Coronary Artery Bifurcation
LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY BODYC116173The segment of the left main coronary artery that is bounded by its ostium and bifurcation.Left Main Coronary Artery Body
LEFT MAIN CORONARY ARTERY OSTIUMC116172The opening of the left coronary artery at its origin.Left Main Coronary Artery Ostium
LEFT POSTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERYC116178The second posterolateral branch originating from the posterior atrioventricular left circumflex artery in left dominant and mixed circulations.Left Posterior Descending Artery
LEFT POSTEROLATERAL DESCENDING ARTERYC102314LEFT POSTEROLATERAL DESCENDING ARTERY SEGMENT;LPDAIn an individual with a left-dominant heart, this branch arises from the circumflex artery atrioventricular groove continuation and supplies the inferior apex of the heart.Left Posterolateral Descending Artery
LEFT VENTRICULAR EPICARDIUMC102315The outermost layer of cardiac tissue lining of the left ventricle.Left Ventricular Epicardium
LEGC32974LegOne of the two lower extremities in humans used for locomotion and support. (NCI)Leg
LEG SKINC52749Leg SkinThe skin or integument surrounding the leg. (NCI)Leg Skin
LENSC12743Crystalline Lens;Lens;Lens Of Eye;Ocular LensA biconvex transparent structure of the eye through which light is focused on the retina. The lens sits behind the iris and is supported by the zonule, which connects it to the ciliary body. The lens is an avascular structure. (NCI)Lens
LESSER TROCHANTERC32982A cone-shaped projection in the shaft of the femur in which the iliopsoas muscle is attached. (NCI)Lesser Trochanter
LIGAMENTC13046LigamentBand of fibrous tissue connecting bone to bone or cartilage to bone thereby supporting or strengthening a joint. (NCI)Ligament
LIMBC12429Extremities;LimbA body region referring to an upper or lower extremity. (NCI)Limb
LIMB, LOWERC12742Lower ExtremityThe limb that is composed of the hip, thigh, leg and foot. (NCI)Lower Extremity
LIMB, UPPERC12671Upper ExtremityThe region of the body that extends distal to the scapulohumeral joint.Upper Extremity
LINGULA OF THE LUNGC40373A small tongue-like projection from the lower portion of the upper lobe of the left lung.Lingula of the Lung
LIPC12220LipFleshy fold which surrounds the opening of the mouth. (NCI)Lip
LIP, LOWERC12222External Lower LipThe external surface of the lower lip. (NCI)External Lower Lip
LIP, UPPERC12221External Upper LipThe external surface of the upper lip. (NCI)External Upper Lip
LIVERC12392An abdominal organ that has variable lobation which are composed of hepatic lobules.Liver
LIVER FISSUREC32996Liver FissureA groove on the surface of the liver.Liver Fissure
LIVER, CAUDATE LOBEC33000The lobe of the liver situated posteriorly located between the left lobe and the inferior vena cava.Caudate Lobe
LIVER, LEFT LOBEC32965The smaller lobe of the liver extending into the left side of the body.Left Lobe of the Liver
LIVER, QUADRATE LOBEC112404An oblong shaped area of the liver that is situated inferior to the right lobe, bounded by the anterior margin of the liver and the porta hepatis.Quadrate Lobe of Liver
LIVER, RIGHT LOBEC33481The larger lobe of the liver extending into the right side of the body.Right Lobe of the Liver
LOCUS CERULEUSC97333A brainstem nucleus. It is the major brain site for the synthesis and secretion of norepinephrine. (NCI)Locus Coeruleus
LOWER RESPIRATORY SYSTEMC33012The part of the respiratory system below the bifurcation of the trachea. It includes the lungs and the parts of the lungs such as the bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli.Lower Respiratory System
LUMBAR REGIONC34004The area of the body below the ribs and above the hipbones. (NCI)Lumbar Region
LUMBAR SPINEC69314The vertebrae located below the thoracic and above the sacral vertebrae.Lumbar Spine
LUMBAR VERTEBRAC12744Lumbar VertebraAny of the vertebrae situated between the thoracic vertebrae and the sacrum in the lower part of the spine.Lumbar Vertebra
LUNATE BONEC12786Lunate BoneThe bone in the proximal row of carpal bones that lies between the scaphoid and triquetral bones. (NCI)Lunate Bone
LUNGC12468An organ of respiration occupying the pulmonary cavity of the thorax, in which aeration of the blood takes place.Lung
LUNG, HILUMC49282Hilar Area of the LungThe wedge-shaped area at the central portion of the lung through which the bronchi, vessels and nerves enter or exit the organ. (NCI)Hilar Area of the Lung
LUNG, LEFTC32967Left LungThe 2-lobed lung located on the left side of the body. (NCI)Left Lung
LUNG, LEFT LOWER LOBEC33020Lower Lobe of the Left LungThe larger lobe of the left lung, situated below and behind the oblique fissure. (NCI)Lower Lobe of the Left Lung
LUNG, LEFT UPPER LOBEC33021Upper Lobe of the Left LungThe smaller lobe of the left lung, situated above and in front the oblique fissure, which includes the apex. (NCI)Upper Lobe of the Left Lung
LUNG, RIGHTC33483Right LungThe 3-lobed lung located on the right side of the body. (NCI)Right Lung
LUNG, RIGHT LOWER LOBEC33022Lower Lobe of the Right LungThe lobe of the right lung situated below the oblique fissure. (NCI)Lower Lobe of the Right Lung
LUNG, RIGHT MIDDLE LOBEC12286Middle Lobe of the Right LungThe smallest lobe of the right lung, situated above the oblique fissure and below the horizontal fissure. (NCI)Middle Lobe of the Right Lung
LUNG, RIGHT UPPER LOBEC33023Upper Lobe of the Right LungThe lobe of the right lung, situated above the horizontal fissure, which includes the apex. (NCI)Upper Lobe of the Right Lung
LYMPH NODEC12745Lymph Node;Lymphatic GlandA bean-shaped organ surrounded by a connective tissue capsule. It is part of the lymphatic system and is found through out the body. It is composed predominantly of lymphocytes and its main function is immune protection. (NCI)Lymph Node
LYMPH NODE HILUMC33031Lymph Node HilumThe concave side of the lymph node. (NCI)Lymph Node Hilum
MAIN BRONCHUS, LEFTC32968Left Main BronchusOne of the two main bronchi. It is narrower but longer than the right main bronchus and connects to the left lung. (NCI)Left Main Bronchus
MAIN BRONCHUS, RIGHTC33486Right Main BronchusOne of the two main bronchi. It is wider but shorter than the left main bronchus and connects to the right lung. (NCI)Right Main Bronchus
MALE GENITALIAC61599Male GenitaliaMale internal and external organs of reproduction.Male Genitalia
MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMC12722The sex organs of the male.Male Reproductive System
MALLEUSC33051MalleusA hammer-shaped bone, part of three interconnected small bones located in the middle ear. It is attached to the inner surface of the tympanic membrane and its function is to transmit sound vibrations. (NCI)Malleus
MAMMARY GLANDC12367Lactiferous glands consisting of fibrous tissue connecting the lobes and fatty tissue in between the lobes.Mammary Gland
MANDIBLEC12290Bone, Mandibular;Inferior Maxillary Bone;Lower Jaw;MandibleThe lower jaw bone holding the lower teeth. (NCI)Mandible
MASTOID PROCESSC12503Mastoid ProcessA honeycombed section of bone located near the base of the skull, protruding behind the outer ear. It is connected to the middle ear. (NCI)Mastoid Process
MAXILLAC26470MaxillaThe upper jawbone in vertebrates: it is fused to the cranium. (NCI)Maxilla
MAXILLARY SINUSC12275Maxillary SinusA pyramidal-shaped, thin-walled, air-filled cavity located in the maxilla. It is lined by mucus membrane and periosteum (mucoperiosteum) which contains cilia. It is adjacent to the nasal cavity and communicates with the middle meatus of the nose. It is the largest paranasal sinus and is composed of three recesses: alveolar, zygomatic, and infraorbital. (NCI)Maxillary Sinus
MEDIAN OR LOWER CERVICAL LYMPH NODEC103417A lymph node located in the median or lower region of the neck. (NCI)Median Or Lower Cervical Lymph Node
MEDIASTINAL LYMPH NODEC33073Mediastinal Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the mediastinum. Mediastinal lymph nodes are arranged in three groups, one on the lateral, another on the medial, and a third on the anterior aspect of the vessels; the third group is, however, sometimes absent. (NCI)Mediastinal Lymph Node
MEDIASTINUMC12748MediastinumA group of organs surrounded by loose connective tissue, separating the two pleural sacs, between the sternum anteriorly and the vertebral column posteriorly as well as from the thoracic inlet superiorly to the diaphragm inferiorly. The mediastinum contains the heart and pericardium, the bases of the great vessels, the trachea and bronchi, esophagus, thymus, lymph nodes, thoracic duct, phrenic and vagus nerves, and other structures and tissues. (NCI)Mediastinum
MEDIASTINUM, ANTERIORC32098Anterior MediastinumThe area between the lungs; it contains the thymus, some lymph nodes, and vessels and branches of the internal thoracic artery. (NCI)Anterior Mediastinum
MEDIASTINUM, MIDDLEC33123Middle MediastinumThe broadest part of the lower portion of the mediastinum. It contains the heart and the great vessels. (NCI)Middle Mediastinum
MEDIASTINUM, POSTERIORC33368Posterior MediastinumThe part of the lower portion of the mediastinum that is located behind the pericardium. (NCI)Posterior Mediastinum
MEDIASTINUM, SUPERIORC33684Superior MediastinumThe part of the mediastinum that is located between the upper part of the sternum in the front and the upper thoracic vertebrae in the back. (NCI)Superior Mediastinum
MEDULLA OBLONGATAC12442Medulla OblongataThe lower portion of the brainstem located between the pons and brainstem. This structure contains several descending and ascending tracts, lower cranial nerve nuclei, a significant proportion of the reticular system of the brainstem and other structures. (NCI)Medulla Oblongata
MESENTERIC ARTERYC52975A branch of the abdominal aorta that supplies blood to the intestines. (NCI)Mesenteric Artery
MESENTERIC LYMPH NODEC77641A lymph node located in the mesentery. (NCI)Mesenteric Lymph Node
MESENTERYC33103A double layer of peritoneum that attaches to the back wall of the abdominal cavity and supports the small intestines. (NCI)Mesentery
METACARPAL BONEC12751Any of the five bones between the wrist and the fingers that form the skeleton of the palm. (NCI)Metacarpal Bone
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 1C102316MCP1A condyloid synovial joint within the first digit of the hand connecting the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 1
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102317MCP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the hand connecting the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 2
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102318MCP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the hand connecting the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 3
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102319MCP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand connecting the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 4
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102320MCP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand connecting the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 5
METATARSAL BONEC12752Metatarsal BoneA bone belonging to the middle part of the foot located between toes and ankle. There are 5 metatarsal bones and they are numbered from the medial side. (NCI)Metatarsal Bone
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINTC33108Metatarsophalangeal JointA spheroid joint located between the heads of the metatarsal bone and the base of the proximal phalanx of the toe. (NCI)Metatarsophalangeal Joint
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 1C102321MTP1A condyloid synovial joint within the first digit of the foot connecting metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 1
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102322MTP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the foot connecting metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 2
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102323MTP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the foot connecting metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 3
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102324MTP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the foot connecting metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 4
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102325MTP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the foot connecting metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 5
MID-CIRCUMFLEX ARTERYC102326MCIRC;MID-CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY SEGMENTThe segment of the left circumflex artery between the first and second marginal branches.Mid-Circumflex Artery
MID-LAD ARTERYC102328MID-LAD ARTERY SEGMENT;MLADThe segment of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery between the first and third diagonal branches.Mid-Left Anterior Descending Artery
MID-RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUITC102329MID-RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUIT SEGMENT;MRCA;Mid-right Coronary ArteryThe section of the right coronary artery between the right ventricular artery and the acute marginal artery.Mid-Right Coronary Artery Conduit
MID/DISTAL LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING CORONARY ARTERY AND ALL DIAGONAL CORONARY BRANCHESC102327All of the arterial branches distal to the proximal left anterior descending coronary artery.Mid-Distal Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery and All Diagonal Coronary Branches
MIDBRAINC12510Mesencephalon;MidbrainThe uppermost portion of the brainstem located between the pons and the diencephalon. The midbrain contains the cerebral peduncles, oculomotor, trochlear and red nuclei, substantia nigra and various other nuclei and tracts. (NCI)Mesencephalon
MIDDLE EARC12274Middle EarThe part of the ear including the eardrum and ossicles. The middle ear leads to the inner ear. (NCI)Middle Ear
MITRAL VALVEC12753A dual-flap valve of the heart that regulates the flow of blood between the left atrium and the left ventricle of the heart. (NCI)Mitral Valve
MOTOR CORTEXC97339A brain region that is located in the dorsal part of the precentral gyrus. (NCI)Primary Motor Cortex
MUCOSAC13166Mucosa;Mucous MembraneThe moist, inner lining of some organs and body cavities (such as the nose, mouth, lungs, and stomach). Glands in the mucosa make mucus (a thick, slippery fluid).Mucosa
MUCOSA OF THE LIPC12226The lining of the fleshy folds surrounding the mouth. It is comprised of the epithelium, basement membrane, lamina propria mucosae, and lamina muscularis mucosae. (NCI)Mucosa of the Lip
MUSCLEC13056A fibrous soft tissue with the ability to contract to produce force and motion.Muscle
MYOMETRIUMC12314MyometriumThe smooth muscle lining the uterus. (NCI)Myometrium
NAILC33156NailThe cutaneous plate on the dorsal surface of the distal end of a finger or toe. (NCI)Nail
NASAL BONEC33157Nasal BoneOne of two small oblong bones placed side by side at the middle and upper part of the face. (NCI)Nasal Bone
NASAL CAVITYC12424Nasal CavityThe proximal portion of the respiratory passages on either side of the nasal septum lying between the floor of the cranium and the roof of the mouth and extending from the face to the pharynx. The nasal cavity is lined with ciliated mucosa, extending from the nares to the pharynx. (NCI)Nasal Cavity
NASAL SEPTUMC33160Nasal SeptumThe thin wall between the two nasal cavities. (NCI)Nasal Septum
NASOPHARYNXC12423NasopharynxThe part of the pharynx in the back of the throat, at and above the soft palate. The nasopharynx is continuous with the nasal passages. (NCI)Nasopharynx
NAVICULAR BONEC33162Navicular BoneAn oval-shaped bone of the tarsus found on the medial side of the foot. (NCI)Navicular Bone
NECKC13063NeckThe region that connects the head to the rest of the body. (NCI)Neck
NERVEC12466A bundle of fibers that transmits electrochemical impulses encoding sensory and motor information from one body part to another.Nerve
NIPPLEC12299NippleThe pigmented protuberance on the surface of the breast through which milk is drawn from the breast. (NCI)Nipple
NOSEC12756NoseA structure of special sense serving as an organ of the sense of smell and as an entrance to the respiratory tract. (NCI)Nose
NOSTRILC33178NostrilOne of the two channels of the nose, from the point where they divide to the external opening. (NCI)Nostril
NUCLEUS OF DIAGONAL BANDC97342BASAL NUCLEUS/DIAGONAL BANDA brain structure that is part of the septal nuclear complex. It is connected with the hippocampus, hypothalamus and amygdala.Nucleus of Diagonal Band
OCCIPITAL LOBEC12355The posterior part of the cerebral hemisphere. (MeSH)Occipital Lobe
OCCIPITAL LYMPH NODEC98188A lymph node located in the back of the head adjacent to the trapezius muscle.Occipital Lymph Node
OCCIPITAL SCALPC103456The occipital region of the skin that covers the top of the head. (NCI)Occipital Scalp
OCULOMOTOR NERVEC12758The third cranial nerve.Oculomotor Nerve
ODONTOGENIC TISSUEC33794TeethThe tissue that forms the tooth. It consists of the dental pulp, dentin, enamel, cementum, odontogenic epithelium, and periodontium. (NCI)Odontogenic Tissue
OLECRANONC33200OlecranonA prominence at the proximal end of the ulna. It forms the tip of the elbow. (NCI)Olecranon
OLFACTORY BULBC28401Olfactory BulbAnatomical structure located in the vertebral forebrain that receives neural input regarding odors that have been detected by cells within the nasal cavity. The axons of olfactory receptor cells extend into the olfactory bulb. (NCI)Olfactory Bulb
OLFACTORY MUCOSAC33205Olfactory MucosaThe part of the nasal mucosa composed of neuroepithelial tissue and mucus-producing Bowman's glands. The mucus moistens the epithelium and helps dissolve odor-containing gases. (NCI)Olfactory Mucosa
OLFACTORY NERVEC12759The first cranial nerve.Olfactory Nerve
OMENTUMC33209Omental FatA fold of peritoneum originating at the stomach and supporting the viscera. (NCI)Omentum
OPHTHALMIC ARTERYC33216An artery arising from the internal carotid artery that branches into two groups of vessels; the orbital group that supplies the orbit and surrounding parts and the ocular group that supplies the globe and muscles of the eye.Ophthalmic Artery
OPTIC DISCC12760Optic Nerve Head;Optic Papilla;Second Cranial NerveA portion of the retina at which the axons of the ganglion cells exit the eyeball to form the optic nerve. No light-sensitive photoreceptors are contained within this portion of the retina. (NCI)Optic Disc
OPTIC NERVEC12761Optic NerveThe second cranial nerve. (NCI)Optic Nerve
ORAL CAVITYC12421Mouth;Oral CavityThe cavity located at the upper end of the alimentary canal, behind the teeth and gums that is bounded on the outside by the lips, above by the hard and soft palates and below by the tongue. (NCI)Oral Cavity
ORAL MUCOSAC77637Moist tissue lining the oral cavity, containing mucus secreting glands.Oral Mucosa
ORBITC12347Eye Socket;Ocular Orbit;Orbit;Orbital CavityThe bony cavity of the skull which contains the eye, anterior portion of the optic nerve, ocular muscles and ocular adnexa. Seven bones contribute to the structure of the orbit: the frontal, maxillary, zygomatic, sphenoid, lacrimal, ethmoid, and palatine bones. (NCI)Orbit
OROPHARYNXC12762The part of the pharynx between the soft palate and the upper portion of the epiglottis. (NCI)Oropharynx
OVARYC12404OvaryOne of the paired female reproductive glands containing the ova or germ cells; the ovary's stroma is a vascular connective tissue containing numbers of ovarian follicles enclosing the ova. (NCI)Ovary
PALATINE BONEC52745Palatine BoneAn irregularly shaped bone positioned at the back part of the nasal cavity between the maxilla and the pterygoid process of the sphenoid. It forms the posterior part of the hard palate and the lateral wall of the nasal fossa and helps to form the floor of the orbit as well as several adjoining parts. (NCI)Palatine Bone
PALMC33252The undersurface of the hand. (NCI)Palmar Region
PANCREASC12393An organ located adjacent to the stomach that contains both exocrine and endocrine tissue.Pancreas
PANCREAS, BODYC12270Body of the PancreasThe part of the pancreas from the point where it crosses the portal vein to the point where it enters the lienorenal ligament. (NCI)Body of the Pancreas
PANCREAS, ENDOCRINEC12608Endocrine PancreasThe pancreatic tissue that contains the islets of Langerhans. It is responsible for the production and secretions of the pancreatic hormones. (NCI)Islet of Langerhans
PANCREAS, EXOCRINEC32546Exocrine PancreasAn enzyme producing region of the pancreatic tissue containing the pancreatic acini and exocrine intralobular ducts which collectively secrete the digestive enzymes into the main pancreatic duct to drain into the duodenal part of the small intestine. (NCI)Exocrine Pancreas
PANCREAS, HEADC12269Head of the PancreasThat portion of the pancreas lying in the concavity of the duodenum. (NCI)Head of the Pancreas
PANCREAS, TAILC12271Tail of the PancreasThe left extremity of the pancreas within the lienorenal ligament. (NCI)Tail of the Pancreas
PARA-AORTIC LYMPH NODEC77643Lymph Node, Para-AorticA lymph node located adjacent to the lumbar region of the spine. (NCI)Paraaortic Lymph Node
PARACAVAL LYMPH NODEC117869A lymph node located adjacent to the lumbar region of the spine, along the right lateral aspect of the inferior vena cava. (NCI)Paracaval Lymph Node
PARAMETRIUMC12320ParametriumThe subserous connective tissue of the pelvic floor of the supracervical portion of the uterus. The parametrium extends laterally between the layers of the broad ligament. (NCI)Parametrium
PARANASAL SINUSC12763Accessory Sinuses;Nasal Cavity;Nasal Sinuses;Paranasal SinusAn air-filled cavity adjacent to the nasal cavity lined by a mucous membrane and located in the bones of the skull. There are four paranasal sinuses on each side of the face: ethmoid, frontal, maxillary, and sphenoid sinus. (NCI)Paranasal Sinus
PARASYMPATHETIC GANGLIAC52557A usually small autonomic ganglion of the parasympathetic nervous system. The majority are located near or in the organs that they innervate. (NCI)Parasympathetic Ganglion
PARATHYROID GLANDC12765One of two small paired endocrine glands, superior and inferior, usually found embedded in the connective tissue capsule on the posterior surface of the thyroid gland; these glands secrete parathyroid hormone that regulates the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. The parenchyma is composed of chief and oxyphilic cells arranged in anastomosing cords. (NCI)Parathyroid Gland
PARATRACHEAL LYMPH NODEC103426A lymph node located adjacent to the trachea within the mediastinum. (NCI)Paratracheal Lymph Node
PARAVERTEBRAL GANGLIAC97925A cluster of neuronal cell bodies and their dendrites located just ventral and lateral to the spinal cord that give rise to the sympathetic nervous system.Para-Spinal Ganglion
PARIETAL LOBEC12354Parietal LobeOne of the lobes of the cerebral hemisphere located superiorly to the occipital lobe and posteriorly to the frontal lobe. Cognition and visuospatial processing are its main function. (NCI)Parietal Lobe
PAROTID GLANDC12427Parotid GlandThe largest of the three paired salivary glands, located in front of the ear. (NCI)Parotid Gland
PAROTID GLAND LYMPH NODEC33278Parotid Gland Lymph NodeA lymph node located close to, on, or within the parotid gland. (NCI)Parotid Gland Lymph Node
PARS COMPACTAC97341A part of the substantia nigra. The pars compacta nerve cells contain melanin and are involved in motor control. (NCI)Pars Compacta
PATELLAC33282PatellaA small flat triangular bone in front of the knee that articulates with the femur and protects the knee joint. (NCI)Patella
PELVIC BONEC33287Pelvic Bone;Pelvis BoneThe caudal portion of the trunk, bounded anteriorly and laterally by the two hip bones incorporating the socket portion of the hip joint for each leg. Posteriorly it is bounded by the sacrum and coccyx. (NCI)Pelvic Bone
PELVIC LYMPH NODEC12363Pelvic Lymph NodeAny lymph node within the pelvic region. (NCI)Pelvic Lymph Node
PELVISC12767Pelvic Cavity;Pelvic Region;PelvisThe bony, basin-shaped structure formed by the hipbones and the base of the backbone supporting the lower limbs in humans. (NCI)Pelvis
PENISC12409PenisThe male organ of urination and copulation. (NCI)Penis
PENIS, BODYC12325The portion of the penis between the glans penis and the radix penis.Body of the Penis
PENIS, GLANSC12324The most distal portion of the penis covered by the foreskin.Glans Penis
PENIS, RADIXC124350The portion of the penis between the descending portion of the pubic bone and the body of the penis.Radix Penis
PERIANAL REGIONC99148The skin area around the anus. (NCI)Perianal Region
PERICARDIAL CAVITYC38662Pericardial CavityThe potential body space formed between the parietal and visceral layers of the pericardial sac. (NCI)Pericardial Cavity
PERICARDIAL LYMPH NODEC117870A lymph node located anterior to the pericardium, posterior to the xiphoid process, and in the right and left cardiophrenic fat. (NCI)Pericardial Lymph Node
PERICARDIUMC13005PericardiumA conical membranous sac filled with serous fluid in which the heart as well as the roots of the aorta and other large blood vessels are contained. (NCI)Pericardium
PERIHILAR LYMPH NODEC102330A lymph node located in the area around the hilum.Perihilar Lymph Node
PERINEUMC33301PerineumThe area located between the anus and vulva in females, and anus and scrotum in males. (NCI)Perineum
PERIPANCREATIC LYMPH NODEC77642A lymph node of the pancreas. (NCI)Pancreatic Lymph Node
PERIPHERAL NERVEC12768Peripheral NerveAny nerve outside the brain or spinal cord that connects with peripheral receptors or effectors. (NCI)Peripheral Nerve
PERITONEAL CAVITYC12769Peritoneal CavityThe lower part of the abdomen that contains the intestines (the last part of the digestive tract), the stomach, and the liver. It is bound by thin membranes. (NCI)Peritoneal Cavity
PERITONEUMC12770PeritoneumThe tissue that lines the wall of the abdominal cavity, intestine, and mesentery. It consists of the parietal peritoneum that covers the inside of the abdominal wall and the visceral peritoneum that covers the surface of the intestine and mesentery. (NCI)Peritoneum
PERIURETHRAL REGIONC111287The tissue surrounding the urethra.Periurethral Region
PERONEAL ARTERYC33314An artery arising from the posterior tibial artery that supplies the muscles on the lateral side of the lower leg.Peroneal Artery
PHARYNGEAL TONSILC33318Adenoid;Pharyngeal TonsilA fold of lymphatic tissue covered by ciliated epithelium at the very back of the nose, in the roof of the nasopharynx. (NCI)Pharyngeal Tonsil
PHARYNXC12425PharynxA hollow tube that starts posterior to the mouth and nasal cavity and ends superior to the trachea and esophagus. (NCI)Pharynx
PINEAL GLANDC12398A small endocrine gland within the diencephalon of the brain, situated beneath the back part of the corpus callosum, that secretes melatonin.Pineal Gland
PISIFORM BONEC12855Pisiform BoneThe medial bone of the proximal row of carpal bones. (NCI)Pisiform Bone
PITUITARY GLANDC12399Hypophysis;Hypophysis CerebriPea-sized endocrine gland located at the base of the brain in the pituitary fossa. It produces and secretes hormones such as oxytocin and vasopressin, to regulate the activities of the hypothalamus. (NCI)Pituitary Gland
PLEURAC12469Pleural TissueThe tissue that lines the wall of the thoracic cavity and the surface of the lungs. (NCI)Pleura
PLEURAL CAVITYC12840Pleural CavityThe cavity lined by the pleura, located in the thorax and contains heart and lungs. (NCI)Pleural Cavity
PONS VAROLIIC12511Pons VaroliiThe middle portion of the brainstem located between the midbrain and the medulla oblongata.Pons Varolii
POPLITEAL ARTERY ABOVE KNEEC116180The segment of the popliteal artery that is located above the knee.Popliteal Artery Above the Knee
POPLITEAL ARTERY BELOW KNEEC116181The segment of the popliteal artery that is located below the knee.Popliteal Artery Below the Knee
POPLITEAL LYMPH NODEC53146Lymph node located within the fat layer of the knee joint. (NCI)Popliteal Lymph Node
PORTA HEPATIS LYMPH NODEC117871A lymph node located in the transverse fissure of the liver. (NCI)Porta Hepatis Lymph Node
PORTACAVAL LYMPH NODEC117872Portocaval Lymph NodeA lymph node located in the space between the portal vein and inferior vena cava, along the hepatoduodenal ligament. (NCI)Portacaval Lymph Node
PORTAL LYMPH NODEC77645Periportal Lymph NodeLymph nodes surrounding the portal vein. (NCI)Portal Lymph Node
PORTAL VEINC33343Hepatic Portal Vein;Portal VeinA short thick trunk vein that transports blood containing the absorbed products of digestion from the intestine directly to the liver. (NCI)Portal Vein
POSTERIOR CERVICAL LYMPH NODEC103428A lymph node located in the posterior region of the neck. (NCI)Posterior Cervical Lymph Node
POSTERIOR DESCENDING SEPTAL PERFORATORS ARTERYC102348PDSP;POSTERIOR DESCENDING SEPTAL PERFORATORS ARTERY SEGMENTThe arteries arising from the right posterior descending artery that supply the interventricular septum.Septal Perforator Artery
POSTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERYC12826A terminal branch of the popliteal artery that runs along the tibia from the lower portion of the popliteus muscle to the lower ankle with numerous branches supplying the lower leg and foot.Posterior Tibial Artery
POSTEROLATERAL SEGMENTAL ARTERYC116170In an individual with a right-dominant heart, the arterial branch that arises from the distal right coronary artery in the posterior atrioventricular groove after the origin of the right posterior descending artery.Posterolateral Coronary Artery
PREAURICULAR LYMPH NODEC103429A lymph node located anterior to the auricle of the ear. (NCI)Preauricular Lymph Node
PRECUNEUSC112399The posteromedial region of the parietal lobe bounded by the marginal branch of the cingulate sulcus anteriorly, by the medial portion of the parieto-occipital fissure posteriorly and by the subparietal sulcus inferiorly.Precuneus
PREPUTIAL GLANDC79432Exocrine glands located at the anterior aspect of the genitals of some mammals, such as mice and rats, that produce and secrete pheromones. (NCI)Preputial Gland
PRIMARY VISUAL CORTEXC97340A brain region in the occipital cortex that receives visual stimuli from the retina. (NCI)Primary Visual Cortex
PROFUNDA FEMORIS ARTERYC32436An artery arising from the common femoral artery just below the inguinal ligament running close to the femur and ending in the lower third of the thigh with branches supplying the thigh muscles.Deep Femoral Artery
PROSTATE GLANDC12410Prostate GlandThe walnut shaped accessory sex gland of the male reproductive system. It is located in the pelvis just below the bladder, surrounding the prostatic part of the urethra. The prostate gland secretes a fluid which is part of the semen. (NCI)Prostate Gland
PROSTATE GLAND, LATERAL LOBEC13092Lateral Lobe of the ProstateThe prostate gland lobe that is located on the lateral side of the organ. (NCI)Lateral Lobe of the Prostate
PROSTATE GLAND, MIDDLE LOBEC13094Middle Lobe of the ProstateThe upper, smaller part of the prostate between the ejaculatory ducts and the urethra. (NCI)Middle Lobe of the Prostate
PROSTATE GLAND, POSTERIOR LOBEC13093Posterior Lobe of the ProstateThe prostate gland lobe that is located on the posterior side of the organ. (NCI)Posterior Lobe of the Prostate
PROXIMAL CIRCUMFLEX ARTERYC102331PCIRC;PROXIMAL CIRCUMFLEX ARTERY SEGMENTThe section of the left circumflex coronary artery that arises from the left main coronary artery and extends to the first marginal branch.Proximal Circumflex Artery
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102332PIP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the hand or foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 2
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE FOOTC114205PIP2 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the second digit of the foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Foot
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2 OF THE HANDC114194PIP2 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the second digit of the hand connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 2 of the Hand
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102333PIP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the hand or foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 3
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE FOOTC114206PIP3 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the third digit of the foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Foot
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 3 OF THE HANDC114195PIP3 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the third digit of the hand connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 3 of the Hand
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102334PIP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand or foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 4
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE FOOTC114207PIP4 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fourth digit of the foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Foot
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE HANDC114196PIP4 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 4 of the Hand
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102335PIP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand or foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 5
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE FOOTC114208PIP5 of the FootA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fifth digit of the foot connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Foot
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 5 OF THE HANDC114197PIP5 of the HandA ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand connecting the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 5 of the Hand
PROXIMAL LAD ARTERYC102336PLAD;PROXIMAL LAD ARTERY SEGMENTThe section of the left anterior descending coronary artery that arises from the left main coronary artery and extends to the first diagonal branch.Proximal Left Anterior Descending Artery
PROXIMAL RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUITC102337PRCA;PROXIMAL RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY CONDUIT SEGMENTThe section of the right coronary artery proximal to the origin of the right ventricular artery.Proximal Right Coronary Artery Conduit
PROXIMAL URETHRAC115335The part of the urethra that is close to the bladder.Proximal Urethra
PUBIC BONEC33423Either of the two bones (left and right) that form the front of the pelvis. (NCI)Pubic Bone
PULMONARY VALVEC12775A valve that is located between and controls the flow of blood from the right ventricle of the heart and the pulmonary artery. (NCI)Pulmonary Valve
PUPILC33429The round opening in the center of the iris in the eye.Pupil
PUTAMENC12452PutamenThe largest and most lateral of the basal ganglia lying between the lateral medullary lamina of the globus pallidus and the external capsule. It is part of the neostriatum and forms part of the lentiform nucleus along with the globus pallidus. (MeSH)Putamen
PYLORIC SPHINCTERC33433Pyloric SphincterThe muscular structure at the distal portion of the stomach, opening into the duodenum. (NCI)Pyloric Sphincter
QUADRICEPS MUSCLEC33441Muscle, Quadriceps;Muscle, ThighA group of four powerful muscles in the front of the thigh. Their actions involve the extension of the knee joint. (NCI)Quadriceps Muscle of the Thigh
RADIAL ARTERYC12838Radial ArteryThe branch of the brachial artery that passes down the forearm. (NCI)Radial Artery
RADIUSC12777Radius;Radius BoneThe long bone that extends from the lateral aspect of the elbow to the medial side of the carpus.Radius Bone
RADIUS SHAFTC120674The slightly curved, prismoid, elongated bony body of the radius.Radius Shaft
RAMUS INTERMEDIUS ARTERYC102338RAMUS;RAMUS ARTERY;RAMUS INTERMEDIUS ARTERY SEGMENTAn artery that arises from the left main coronary artery and is positioned between the left anterior descending coronary artery and the circumflex artery.Ramus Intermedius Artery
RAPHEC97335A group of nuclei that are located in the midline of the brainstem and release serotonin. (NCI)Raphe Nuclei
RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTIONC54188The area where the sigmoid colon joins the rectum.Rectosigmoid Region
RECTUMC12390The terminal portion of the gastrointestinal tract, extending from the rectosigmoid junction to the anal canal. (NCI)Rectum
RECTUS FEMORIS MUSCLEC53175One of the four quadriceps muscles, located in the middle of the front of the thigh. Its actions involve the extension of the knee joint and flexion of the hip. (NCI)Rectus Femoris
REGIONAL LYMPH NODEC49018Regional Lymph NodeA lymph node that drains lymph from a region of interest. (NCI)Regional Lymph Node
RENAL ARTERYC12778Either of two arteries (right or left) that arise from the aorta to supply the kidneys.Renal Artery
RENAL PELVISC12887The funnel-shaped proximal portion of the ureter located within the kidney into which urine is secreted, from the collecting duct system of the kidney. (NCI)Renal Pelvis
RESPIRATORY SYSTEMC12779The organs and anatomic structures involved in inspiration and expiration of air and the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen.Respiratory System
RETINAC12343RetinaA light-sensitive membrane that lines the back wall of the eyeball. The retina is continuous with the optic nerve and this way transmits optical images to the brain. (NCI)Retina
RETINAL ARTERYC52997An artery arising from the ophthalmic artery that supplies the retina.Retinal Artery
RETINAL NERVE FIBER LAYERC32953A retina layer that contains the axons of ganglion cells. It collects the visual impulses. (NCI)Layer of the Ophthalmic Nerve Fibers
RETROCRURAL LYMPH NODEC103439A lymph node located within the most inferior portion of the posterior mediastinum. (NCI)Retrocrural Lymph Node
RETROPERITONEAL LYMPH NODEC98189A lymph node located in the retroperitoneal space. (NCI)Retroperitoneal Lymph Node
RETROPERITONEUMC12298RETROPERITONEAL CAVITYThe back of the abdomen where the kidneys lie and the great blood vessels run. (NCI)Retroperitoneum
RIBC12782Any one of the paired bones, extending from the thoracic vertebrae toward the median line on the ventral aspect of the trunk.Rib
RIB 1C52770Rib 1The first rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 1
RIB 10C52769Rib 10The tenth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 10
RIB 11C52768Rib 11The eleventh rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 11
RIB 12C52767Rib 12The twelfth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 12
RIB 2C52766Rib 2The second rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 2
RIB 3C52765Rib 3The third rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 3
RIB 4C52764Rib 4The fourth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 4
RIB 5C52763Rib 5The fifth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 5
RIB 6C52762Rib 6The sixth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 6
RIB 7C52761Rib 7The seventh rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 7
RIB 8C52760Rib 8The eighth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 8
RIB 9C52759Rib 9The ninth rib counting from the top of the rib cage down. (NCI)Rib 9
RIGHT ATRIAL ENDOCARDIUMC102339The innermost layer of endothelial cells and connective tissue that lines the right atrium.Right Atrial Endocardium
RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY OSTIUMC116169The opening of the right coronary artery at its origin.Right Coronary Artery Ostium
RIGHT CORONARY ARTERY, RIGHT POSTERIOR DESCENDING, RIGHT POSTERIOLATERAL AND ACUTE MARGINAL BRANCHESC102340The right coronary artery and all of its branches.Right Coronary Artery and its Branches
RIGHT POSTERIOR ATRIOVENTRICULAR ARTERYC102341RIGHT POSTERIOR ATRIOVENTRICULAR ARTERY SEGMENT;RPAVThe arterial branch between the right posterior descending artery segment and the first right posterolateral segment.Right Posterior Atrioventricular Artery
RIGHT POSTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERYC102342RIGHT POSTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY SEGMENT;RPDAIn an individual with a right-dominant heart, the arterial branch that arises from the distal right coronary artery between the acute marginal artery and the first right posterolateral segment. It supplies the inferior apex of the heart.Right Posterior Descending Artery
RIGHT VENTRICULAR BRANCHC116171The branch of the right coronary artery that supplies blood to the right ventricular wall.Right Ventricular Branch of Right Coronary Artery
RIGHT VENTRICULAR ENDOCARDIUMC102343The innermost layer of endothelial cells and connective tissue that lines the right ventricle.Right Ventricular Endocardium
SACRAL TUBEROSITYC105447The prominence on the lateral surface of the sacrum, posterior to the auricular surface of the sacrum. (NCI)Sacral Tuberosity
SACRAL VERTEBRAC12853Any one of the vertebrae situated between the lumbar vertebrae and the caudal vertebrae or coccyx.Sacral Vertebra
SACROILIAC JOINTC33507Sacroiliac JointThe joint located between the sacrum and the ilium. (NCI)Sacroiliac Joint
SACRUMC33508SacrumThe triangular bone, made up of 5 fused bones of the spine, located in the lower area of the spine between the fifth lumbar vertebra and the coccyx. (NCI)Sacrum
SALIVARY GLANDC12426An exocrine gland that secretes saliva. Salivary glands are mostly located in and around the oral cavity.Salivary Gland
SAPHENOUS VEINC33511Saphenous VeinOne of two (Greater, Small) superficial veins of the leg and thigh. (NCI)Saphenous Vein
SCALPC89807The skin which covers the top of the head and which is usually covered by hair. (NCI)Scalp
SCAPHOID BONEC12854Scaphoid BoneA nut-shaped bone of the wrist located in the radial site of the hand. It is one of the eight carpal bones. (NCI)Scaphoid Bone
SCAPULAC12783Scapula;Shoulder BladeThe flat triangle-shaped bone that connects the humerus with the clavicle in the back of the shoulder. (NCI)Scapula
SCIATIC NERVEC52810Sciatic NerveThe longest single nerve that is formed by the merging of the ventral rami of the L4, L5, and S1 in the pelvis and passes down the lower limb where it divides into the common peroneal and tibial nerves. (NCI)Sciatic Nerve
SCLERAC12784The white, opaque, fibrous, outer tunic of the eyeball, covering it entirely excepting the segment covered anteriorly by the cornea. It is essentially avascular but contains apertures for vessels, lymphatics, and nerves. It receives the tendons of insertion of the extraocular muscles and at the corneoscleral junction contains the canal of Schlemm. (From Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed)Sclera
SCROTUMC12785ScrotumThe musculocutaneous pouch that encloses the testicles. (NCI)Scrotum
SEBACEOUS GLANDC33519Small glands located within the epidermis, and associated with the hair follicle, that produce and secrete an oily substance that lubricates the skin and hair. (NCI)Sebaceous Gland
SECOND DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC1023442ND DIAG;SECOND DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe second artery arising from the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that supplies the anterolateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.Second Diagonal Branch Artery
SECOND LEFT POSTEROLATERAL BRANCH ARTERYC1023452ND LPL;SECOND LEFT POSTEROLATERAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a left-dominant heart, this is the second branch that arises from the circumflex artery atrioventricular groove continuation when counted from proximal to distal. It supplies the posterolateral wall.Second Left Posterolateral Branch Artery
SECOND OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC1023462ND OM;SECOND OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe second artery arising from the left circumflex artery that supplies the lateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.Second Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
SECOND RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERYC1023472ND RPL;SECOND RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a right-dominant heart, this is the second branch that arises from the right coronary artery distal to the right posterior descending artery, when counted from proximal to distal.Second Right Posterolateral Artery
SEMINAL VESICLEC12787Seminal SacsOne of the two paired glands in the male genitourinary system, posterior to the bladder and superior to the prostate gland, that produces fructose-rich seminal fluid which is a component of semen. These glands join the ipsilateral ductus deferens to form the ejaculatory duct. (NCI)Seminal Vesicle
SEMITENDINOSUS MUSCLEC53176A muscle located at the posterior and medial aspect of the thigh that extends the hip joint, flexes the knee joint and assists in medially rotating the knee.Semitendinosus
SHOULDERC25203ShoulderThe region of the body between the neck and the upper arm. (NCI)Shoulder
SHOULDER JOINTC33548Shoulder JointA ball-and-socket joint at the upper end of the humerus, located at the junction of humerus and scapula. (NCI)Shoulder Joint
SINUSC33556SinusA recess, cavity, or channel. (NCI)Sinus
SKINC12470Integument;SkinAn organ that constitutes the external surface of the body. It consists of the epidermis, dermis, and skin appendages. (NCI)Skin
SKIN OF THE AXILLAC116164The skin or integument surrounding the axilla, or underarm.Skin Of The Axilla
SKIN OF THE HEADC52757The skin or integument surrounding the head.Head Skin
SKIN OF THE LIPC12291The skin portion of the lip that contains hair.Skin of the Lip
SKIN OF THE NECKC52756The skin or integument surrounding the neck.Neck Skin
SKIN OF THE TRUNKC12295Skin of the TrunkThe skin or integument surrounding the trunk of the body. (NCI)Skin of the Trunk
SKULLC12789CraniumThe bones that form the head, made up of the bones of the braincase and face. (NCI)Skull
SMALL INTESTINEC12386The section of the intestines between the pylorus and cecum. The small intestine consists of the duodenum, the jejunum, and the ileum.Small Intestine
SOFT PALATEC12231A movable fold suspended from the posterior border of the hard palate. (MeSH)Soft Palate
SOLEC33326The undersurface of the foot. (NCI)Plantar Region
SPINAL ACCESSORY NERVEC32041ACCESSORY NERVE;CRANIAL ACCESSORY NERVEThe eleventh cranial nerve.Accessory Nerve
SPINAL CORDC12464Medulla SpinalisThe elongated, approximately cylindrical part of the central nervous system of vertebrates that lies in the vertebral canal and from which the spinal nerves emerge. (NCI)Spinal Cord
SPINOUS PROCESSC116112A bony projection arising from the posterior vertebral arch that serves for the attachment of muscles and ligaments.Spinous Process
SPLEENC12432An abdominal organ that is part of the hematopoietic and immune systems. It is composed of the white pulp and the red pulp and is surrounded by a capsule.Spleen
SPLEEN, HILUMC33601Splenic HilumThe area of the spleen through which the vessels and nerves enter or exit the organ. (NCI)Splenic Hilum
SPLENIC ARTERYC33597An artery arising from the celiac trunk with four main branches that supply the spleen, stomach and pancreas.Splenic Artery
SPLENIC HILAR LYMPH NODEC33600A lymph node located in the hilar region of the spleen. (NCI)Splenic Hilar Lymph Node
STERNAL MANUBRIUMC52730Sternal ManubriumThe upper segment of the sternum, quadrangular in shape, as well as wider superiorly and narrower inferiorly. The sternal manubrium articulates with the clavicle and first two ribs. (NCI)Sternal Manubrium
STERNOCLAVICULAR JOINTC33615Sternoclavicular JointThe synovial juncture between the medial end of the clavicle and the anterior segment of the sternum. (NCI)Sternoclavicular Joint
STERNUMC12793Sterna;SternumThe long, flat bone connecting with the cartilages of the first seven ribs and the clavicle. (NCI)Sternum
STOMACHC12391StomachAn organ located under the diaphragm, between the liver and the spleen as well as between the esophagus and the small intestine. The stomach is the primary organ of food digestion. (NCI)Stomach
SUBCARINAL LYMPH NODEC117873A lymph node located in the thoracic cavity between the lungs. It is bordered by the carina of the trachea, lower lobe bronchus on the left and the bronchus intermedius on the right. (NCI)Subcarinal Lymph Node
SUBCLAVIAN VEINC12794The vein that drains the axillary vein and joins the internal jugular vein to form the brachiocephalic vein. It runs parallel to the subclavian artery.Subclavian Vein
SUBCUTISC33645Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue;Subcutaneous TissueAdipose tissue located under the dermis. It binds underlying structures with the skin. The subcutis is important in the regulation of temperature of the skin itself and the body. The size of this layer varies throughout the body and from subject to subject.Subcutis
SUBGLOTTISC12280SubglottisThe area of the larynx below the vocal cords down to the trachea. (NCI)Subglottis
SUBLINGUAL REGIONC102349A body region relating to the area under or adjacent to the tongue.Sublingual Region
SUBMANDIBULAR LYMPH NODEC77650Lymph Node, SubmandibularA lymph node located beneath the floor of the oral cavity. (NCI)Submandibular Lymph Node
SUBSTANTIA NIGRAC12453Substantia NigraA large cell mass extending forward, over the dorsal surface of the crus cerebri, from the rostral border of the pons into the subthalamic region. It is composed of a dorsal stratum of closely spaced pigmented cells, the pars compacta, and a larger ventral region of widely scattered cells, the pars reticulata. The pars compacta includes numerous cells that project forward to the striatum (caudate nucleus and putamen) and contain dopamine, which acts as the primary neurotransmitter at the synaptic endings. Other, apparently non-dopaminergic cells project to portions of the ventral nucleus of thalamus, the superior colliculus and reticular formation. The nigrostriatal projection is reciprocated by a striatonigral fiber system with multiple neurotransmitters, chief among which is gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). The substantia nigra is involved in the metabolic disturbances associated with Parkinson's disease and Huntington's disease. (NCI)Substantia Nigra
SUBTALAR JOINTC33653Talocalcaneal JointThe plane synovial joint between the talus and calcaneus bones of the foot.Subtalar Joint
SUDORIFEROUS GLANDC33712Sweat GlandThe small coiled tubular glands in the skin that produce and secrete sweat.Sweat Gland
SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL ARTERYC33661The portion of the femoral artery distal to the branching of the deep femoral artery that runs close to the skin.Superficial Femoral Artery
SUPERFICIAL LYMPH NODEC102716A lymph node located in a superficial part of the body.Superficial Lymph Node
SUPERIOR VENA CAVAC12816The large vein that terminates in the right atrium and transports deoxygenated blood from the head, neck, arms, and chest to the heart.Superior Vena Cava
SUPRACLAVICULAR LYMPH NODEC12903Supraclavicular Lymph NodeA lymph node which is located above the clavicle. (NCI)Supraclavicular Lymph Node
SUPRATENTORIAL BRAINC12512The part of the brain above the tentorium cerebellum. (NCI)Supratentorial Brain
SYMPATHETIC GANGLIAC12467A mass containing the cell bodies of sympathetic nerves. Sympathetic ganglia exist as paravertebral ganglia (located bilaterally adjacent to the spinal cord) or prevertebral ganglia (located close to the target organ).Sympathetic Ganglion
SYNOVIAL FLUIDC33718Synovia;Synovial FluidA viscid fluid secreted by the synovial membrane, serving as a lubricant. (NCI)Synovial Fluid
T1 VERTEBRAC33720T1 VertebraThe first thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T1 Vertebra
T10 VERTEBRAC33721T10 VertebraThe tenth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T10 Vertebra
T11 VERTEBRAC33722T11 VertebraThe eleventh thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T11 Vertebra
T12 VERTEBRAC33723T12 VertebraThe twelfth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T12 Vertebra
T2 VERTEBRAC33724T2 VertebraThe second thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T2 Vertebra
T3 VERTEBRAC33725T3 VertebraThe third thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T3 Vertebra
T4 VERTEBRAC33726T4 VertebraThe fourth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T4 Vertebra
T5 VERTEBRAC33727T5 VertebraThe fifth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T5 Vertebra
T6 VERTEBRAC33728T6 VertebraThe sixth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T6 Vertebra
T7 VERTEBRAC33729T7 VertebraThe seventh thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T7 Vertebra
T8 VERTEBRAC33730T8 VertebraThe eighth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T8 Vertebra
T9 VERTEBRAC33731T9 VertebraThe ninth thoracic vertebra counting from the top down. (NCI)T9 Vertebra
TALUSC52799TalusThe bone of the foot that connects with the tibia and fibula to form the ankle joint. (NCI)Talus
TARSAL JOINTC33735A joint formed by the union of tarsal bones.Tarsal Joint
TARSUS BONEC12796Bone, Tarsal;Tarsus;Tarsus BoneAny one of the seven bones forming the instep of the foot. (NCI)Tarsal Bone
TEMPORAL ARTERYC33741A terminal branch of the external carotid artery that branches into the anterior and posterior temporal arteries. (NCI)Temporal Artery
TEMPORAL BONEC12797Temporal BoneA large irregular bone situated at the base and side of the skull, connected with the mandible via the temporomandibular joint. The temporal bone consists of the squamous, tympanic and petrous parts. The petrous portion of the temporal bone contains the vestibulocochlear organ of the inner ear. (NCI)Temporal Bone
TEMPORAL LOBEC12353Lower lateral part of the cerebral hemisphere. (MSH2001)Temporal Lobe
TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINTC32888Jaw Joint;TMJThe joint between the head of the lower mandible and the temporal bone. (NCI)Jaw Joint
TENTORIUM CEREBELLIC33749A laminar extension of the dura mater that lies between, and separates, the cerebrum and the cerebellum. (NCI)Tentorium Cerebelli
TESTISC12412Testicle;TestisEither of the paired male reproductive glands that produce the male germ cells and the male hormones. (NCI)Testis
THALAMUSC12459ThalamusAn ovoid mass composed predominantly of gray substance and associated laminae of white substance. The thalamus is divided into anterior, medial, and lateral parts. The function of the thalamus is to relay sensory impulses and cerebellar and basal ganglia projections to the cerebral cortex. The thalamus is positioned within the posterior part of the diencephalon forming most of each lateral wall of the third ventricle. (NCI)Thalamus
THIGHC33763ThighA part of the lower limb, located between hip and knee. (NCI)Thigh
THIRD DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERYC1023503RD DIAG;THIRD DIAGONAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe third artery arising from the left anterior descending (LAD) artery that supplies the anterolateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.Third Diagonal Branch Artery
THIRD OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERYC1023513RD OM;THIRD OBTUSE MARGINAL BRANCH ARTERY SEGMENTThe third artery arising from the left circumflex artery that supplies the lateral wall, when counted from proximal to distal.Third Obtuse Marginal Branch Artery
THIRD POSTEROLATERAL DESCENDING ARTERYC1023523RD LPL;THIRD POSTEROLATERAL DESCENDING ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a left-dominant heart, this is the third branch that arises from the circumflex artery atrioventricular groove continuation when counted from proximal to distal. It supplies the posterolateral wall.Third Posterolateral Descending Artery
THIRD RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERYC1023533RD RPL;THIRD RIGHT POSTEROLATERAL ARTERY SEGMENTIn an individual with a right-dominant heart, this is the third branch that arises from the right coronary artery distal to the right posterior descending artery, when counted from proximal to distal.Third Right Posterolateral Artery
THORACIC AORTAC33766The section of the aorta between the lower border of the fourth dorsal vertebrae and the aortic opening in the diaphragm. (NCI)Thoracic Aorta
THORACIC CAVITYC12905Thoracic CavityThe cavity in the vertebrate body enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck and containing the lungs and heart. (NCI)Thoracic Cavity
THORACIC LYMPH NODEC33769Lymph node located in the thoracic cavity. (NCI)Thoracic Lymph Node
THORACIC VERTEBRAC12798Thoracic VertebraAny of the vertebrae situated between the cervical and lumbar vertebrae.Thoracic Vertebra
THORAXC12799ThoraxThe division of the body lying between the neck and the abdomen. (NCI)Thorax
THROATC54272ThroatThe narrow passage from the mouth to the cavity at the back of the mouth. (NCI)Throat
THYMUS GLANDC12433Thymus GlandA lymphoid organ located in the thorax near the thoracic inlet and/or neck, essential for the development of the immune system.Thymus Gland
THYROID GLANDC12400Thyroid GlandAn endocrine gland located at the base of the neck that produces and secretes thyroxine and other hormones. Thyroxine is important for metabolic control. (NCI)Thyroid Gland
THYROID GLAND ISTHMUSC32887The narrow, central portion of the thyroid gland that crosses the trachea anteriorly and connects the two lobes of the gland. (NCI)Thyroid Gland Isthmus
THYROID GLAND, LEFT LOBEC32973Left Thyroid Gland LobeThe cone-like lobe of the thyroid gland that is located in the left side of the trachea. (NCI)Left Thyroid Gland Lobe
THYROID GLAND, RIGHT LOBEC33491Right Thyroid Gland LobeThe cone-like lobe of the thyroid gland that is located in the right side of the trachea. (NCI)Right Thyroid Gland Lobe
TIBIAC12800TibiaA bone located between the femur and the tarsus, being part of the lower leg. (NCI)Tibia
TIBIA SHAFTC120675The triangular prismoid, elongated bony body of the tibia.Tibial Shaft
TIBIAL-CRURAL PERIPHERAL ARTERYC116168The blood vessels segment that includes the crural artery and the tibial artery.Tibialcrural Artery
TIBIALIS ANTERIOR MUSCLEC117874A muscle that originates from the lateral condyle of tibia, spans the upper two-thirds of the lateral surface of the tibia, and is attached to the first cuneiform and metatarsal bones of the foot. It is a dorsiflexor of the ankle and invertor of the foot.Tibialis Anterior Muscle
TIBIO-PERONEAL TRUNKC116182An arterial trunk that contains parts of the posterior tibial artery and fibular artery.Tibioperoneal Arterial Trunk
TOEC33788ToeOne of the terminal digits of the foot. (NCI)Toe
TOENAILC33790ToenailA thin, horny translucent plate covering the end of each toe. (NCI)Toenail
TONGUEC12422TongueThe muscular organ located in the floor of the mouth and serving as the principal organ of taste and modification of the voice in speech. (NCI)Tongue
TONSILC12802TonsilThe two organs situated in the throat on either side of the narrow passage from the mouth to the pharynx. They are composed of lymphoid tissues. (NCI)Tonsil
TOOTH CANALC66864Tooth CanalThe anatomic space in the root of a tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. (NCI)Tooth Canal
TRACHEAC12428Trachea;WindpipeThe fibrocartilaginous, mucous-lined tube passing from the larynx to the bronchi. (NCI)Trachea
TRACHEOBRONCHIAL TREEC117875An anatomical structure comprised of trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles that terminate with the alveolar ducts, sacs, and alveoli. (NCI)Tracheobronchial Tree
TRANSVERSE TARSAL JOINTC102354A combination of syndesmosis and synovial joints formed by the articulation of the talus with the navicular and the calcaneus with the cuboid.Transverse Tarsal Joint
TRAPEZIAL BONEC12857Trapezial BoneA carpal bone on the thumb side of the hand that articulates with the 1st and 2nd metacarpals. (NCI)Trapezial Bone
TRAPEZIUS MUSCLEC33809Trapezius MuscleOne of a pair of flat, large, triangular muscles that extend from the external occipital protuberance and the medial third of the superior nuchal line of the occipital bone to the middle of the back. The trapezius muscle is involved in moving the shoulder and arm. (NCI)Trapezius Muscle
TRAPEZOID BONEC12859Trapezoid BoneA carpal bone located between the trapezium and capitate bones. (NCI)Trapezoid Bone
TRIANGULAR BONEC12858Triangular BoneA carpal bone located between the lunate and pisiform bones. (NCI)Triangular Bone
TRICUSPID VALVEC12805A three-cusp valve of the heart that regulates the flow of blood between the right atrium and the right ventricle of the heart. (NCI)Tricuspid Valve
TRIGEMINAL NERVEC12806Fifth Cranial Nerve;Nervus Trigeminus;Trigeminal NerveThe fifth set of paired nerves of the face that emerge from the brain steam. These nerves have sensory and motor functions in the face, oral cavity, and nasal cavity. (NCI)Trigeminal Nerve
TROCHANTERC33814TrochanterA bony protrusion on the femoral bone to which muscles are attached. (NCI)Trochanter
TROCHLEAR NERVEC12808Trochlear NerveThe cranial nerve that controls the superior oblique muscle of the eye. (NCI)Trochlear Nerve
TRUNKC33816TorsoThe body excluding the head, neck and appendages.Trunk
TUNICA INTIMAC33820Tunica IntimaThe inner most layer of the blood vessel wall. The consistency of the intima will vary depending on the type of blood vessel, but will always have an endothelial layer with a basal lamina. It may contain collagen and elastic fibers. (NCI)Tunica Intima
TYMPANIC MEMBRANEC12502Tympanic MembraneA thin membrane that separates the external auditory canal from the middle ear. The movement of the tympanic membrane in response to air pressure changes in the external ear facilitates the transmission of sound energy by causing vibration of the ossicular chain. (NCI)Tympanic Membrane
ULNAC12809Ulna BoneThe long bone that extends from the elbow to the lateral side of the carpus.Ulna
ULNA SHAFTC120676The prismatic, elongated bony body of the ulna.Ulnar Shaft
UMBILICUSC77533NavelThe depression or scar on the abdomen that marks the former site of attachment of the umbilical cord. (NCI)Umbilicus
UNCINATE PROCESS OF PANCREASC62432Uncinate Process of PancreasA portion of the pancreas that extends behind the superior mesenteric artery and superior mesenteric vein. (NCI)Uncinate Process of Pancreas
UPPER CERVICAL LYMPH NODEC103447A lymph node located in the upper region of the neck. (NCI)Upper Cervical Lymph Node
UPPER RESPIRATORY SYSTEMC33839The sinuses and those parts of the respiratory system above the trachea. It includes the nares, nasopharynx, oropharynx, larynx, vocal cords, glottis and upper trachea.Upper Respiratory System
URETERC12416UreterThe thick-walled tube that carries urine from each kidney to the bladder. (NCI)Ureter
URETHRAC12417UrethraThe tube carrying urine from the bladder to outside of the body. (NCI)Urethra
URETHRA, ANTERIORC61125Anterior Portion of the UrethraThe portion of the urethra that extends from the meatus to the membranous urethra. (NCI)Anterior Portion of the Urethra
URETHRA, PENILEC61123Penile Portion of the UrethraThe portion of the urethra that spans the corpus spongiosum. (NCI)Penile Portion of the Urethra
URETHRA, POSTERIORC61126Posterior Portion of the UrethraThe portion of the urethra that is located on the posterior aspect of the urogenital diaphragm. (NCI)Posterior Portion of the Urethra
URETHRA, PROSTATICC13101Prostatic UrethraThat part of the male urethra that passes through the prostate gland. (NCI)Prostatic Urethra
URINARY SYSTEMC12413Urinary SystemThe organs involved in the creation and excretion of urine. (NCI)Urinary System
UTERUSC12405WombA hollow muscular organ within which the fertilized egg implants and the embryo/fetus develops during pregnancy.Uterus
UVEAC12811UveaThe pigmented layer of the eyeball between the tough, white outer coat of the eye and the retina. (NCI)Uvea
VAGINAC12407VaginaThe female genital canal, extending from the uterus to the vulva. (NCI)Vagina
VAGUS NERVEC12812The 10th cranial nerve. The vagus is a mixed nerve which contains somatic afferents (from skin in back of the ear and the external auditory meatus), visceral afferents (from the pharynx, larynx, thorax, and abdomen), parasympathetic efferents (to the thorax and abdomen), and efferents to striated muscle (of the larynx and pharynx). (MSH2001)Vagus Nerve
VAS DEFERENSC12813A duct carrying spermatozoa from the epididymides to the urethra.Vas Deferens
VASTUS INTERMEDIUS MUSCLEC117876The portion of the quadriceps femoris muscle group that is underneath the Rectus Femoris muscle, spans and covers the upper two-thirds of the anterior and lateral surfaces of the femur, and inserts into the lateral border of the patella.Vastus Intermedius Muscle
VASTUS LATERALIS MUSCLEC53073The largest muscle of the quadriceps femoris muscle group that extends laterally from the intertrochanteric line of the femur to the lateral aspects of the quadriceps femoris tendon and patella.Vastus Lateralis
VASTUS MEDIALIS MUSCLEC117736The portion of the quadriceps femoris muscle group that extends medially from the intertrochanteric line of the femur to the medial aspects of the quadriceps femoris tendon and patella. (NCI)Vastus Medialis Muscle
VEINC12814VeinA blood vessel that carries blood towards the heart.Vein
VENA CAVAC12817Vena CavaA large vein which returns blood from the head, neck and extremities to the heart. (NCI)Vena Cava
VERTEBRAL COLUMNC12998Spinal Column;Vertebral ColumnA series of bones, muscles, tendons, and other tissues reaching from the base of the skull to the tailbone. The vertebral column forms the axis of the skeleton and encloses as well as protects the spinal cord and the fluid surrounding the spinal cord. (NCI)Vertebral Column
VESTIBULOCOCHLEAR NERVEC12996The eighth cranial nerve.Vestibulocochlear Nerve
VOCAL CORDC12822Vocal CordA pair of small bands of muscle that stretch from the thyroid cartilage in front to the arytenoid cartilage in back of the larynx. The vocal cords help prevent food entering the lungs and produce sound through vibration. (NCI)Vocal Cord
VOMERC33888VomerA thin, paired or unpaired, trapezoidal bone of the skull located in the floor of the nasal cavity. The vomer forms the posterior and inferior parts of the nasal septum. (NCI)Vomer
VULVAC12408External Genitalia;VulvaThe external, visible part of the female genitalia surrounding the urethral and vaginal opening. The vulva includes the clitoris and inner as well as outer labia. (NCI)Vulva
WAISTC64192WaistThe abdominal circumference at the navel. (NCI)Waist
WALDEYER'S TONSILLAR RINGC73468The ring of lymphoid tissue located in the pharynx, consisting of the pharyngeal, tubal, palatine, and lingual tonsils. (NCI)Waldeyer's Tonsillar Ring
WARDS TRIANGLEC122161An area of low density in the femoral neck, as seen by radiography, which is bounded by the principle compressive, secondary compressive and primary tensile trabeculae.Ward's Triangle
WRIST JOINTC33894Wrist JointA joint between the distal end of the radius and the proximal row of carpal bones. (NCI)Wrist Joint
XIPHOID PROCESSC33895Xiphoid ProcessThe cartilage just below the sternal body. (NCI)Xiphoid Process
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CL.C120521.AVOUTTRTAnti-Viral Outcome of Treatment
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C120521Anti-Viral Outcome of TreatmentA terminology codelist to describe the anti-viral outcome of treatment.CDISC SDTM Anti-Viral Outcome of Treatment Terminology
RAPID VIROLOGIC RESPONSEC120597RVRA finding of aviremia at a specified timepoint, early during the treatment period.Rapid Virologic Response
SUSTAINED VIROLOGIC RESPONSEC120598SVRA finding of aviremia at a predetermined time point after the end of planned or actual treatment.Sustained Virologic Response
VIRAL BREAKTHROUGHC120599VBTThe subject becomes viremic during the treatment period after a period of treatment-induced aviremia or has an increase in viral load from nadir above a predetermined threshold during the treatment period.Viral Breakthrough
VIRAL RELAPSEC120600A recurrence of the same virus after a finding of aviremia at the end of planned or actual treatment.Viral Relapse
VIROLOGIC END OF TREATMENT RESPONSEC120601A finding of aviremia at the end of the planned or actual end of treatment period.Virologic End Of Treatment Response
VIROLOGIC FAILUREC120602A finding of viremia at or after end of planned or actual treatment, excluding treatment discontinuations for non-virologic reasons.Virologic Failure
VIROLOGIC NON-RESPONSEC120603The subject remains viremic during the treatment period.Virologic Non-Response
VIROLOGIC NULL-RESPONSEC120604The subject remains viremic during the treatment period and the decrease in viral load from baseline at a specified timepoint is below or equal to a predetermined threshold.Virologic Null-Response
VIROLOGIC PARTIAL RESPONSEC120605The subject remains viremic during the treatment period and the decrease in viral load from baseline at a specified timepoint is above a predetermined threshold.Virologic Partial Response
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CL.C124668.ASSIGN CVD 10-YEAR RISK TESTCDASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Code
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C124668ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test CodeASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score test code.CDISC Clinical Classification ASSIGN Score Test Code Terminology
ASSG0101C124721ASSG01-ASSIGN ScoreASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score - ASSIGN score.ASSIGN Score - Risk Score
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CL.C124667.ASSIGN CVD 10-YEAR RISK TESTASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test Name
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C124667ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification Test NameASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score test name.CDISC Clinical Classification ASSIGN Score Test Name Terminology
ASSG01-ASSIGN ScoreC124721ASSG01-ASSIGN ScoreASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score - ASSIGN score.ASSIGN Score - Risk Score
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CL.C124666.ASCVD 10-YEAR RISK TESTCDAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test Code
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C124666Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test CodeAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator test code.CDISC Clinical Classification Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Test Code Terminology
ASCVD101C124720ASCVD1-ASCVD 10-Year Risk ScoreAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator - Risk score.ASCVD 10-Year Risk Estimator - Risk Score
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CL.C124665.ASCVD 10-YEAR RISK TESTAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test Name
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C124665Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification Test NameAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator test name.CDISC Clinical Classification Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Test Name Terminology
ASCVD1-ASCVD 10-Year Risk ScoreC124720ASCVD1-ASCVD 10-Year Risk ScoreAtherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator - Risk score.ASCVD 10-Year Risk Estimator - Risk Score
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CL.C101809.BARS TESTCDBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test Code
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C101809Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test CodeBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire BARS Test Code Terminology
BARS0101C102046BARS01-ObjectiveBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Objective.BARS - Objective
BARS0102C102047BARS01-Subjective, AwarenessBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Subjective, awareness of restlessness.BARS - Subjective, Awareness
BARS0103C102048BARS01-Subjective, DistressBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Subjective, distress related to restlessness.BARS - Subjective, Distress
BARS0104C102049BARS01-Global Clinical AssessmentBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Global clinical assessment of akathisia.BARS - Global Clinical Assessment
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CL.C101810.BARS TESTBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test Name
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C101810Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale Test NameBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire BARS Test Name Terminology
BARS01-Global Clinical AssessmentC102049BARS01-Global Clinical AssessmentBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Global clinical assessment of akathisia.BARS - Global Clinical Assessment
BARS01-ObjectiveC102046BARS01-ObjectiveBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Objective.BARS - Objective
BARS01-Subjective, AwarenessC102047BARS01-Subjective, AwarenessBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Subjective, awareness of restlessness.BARS - Subjective, Awareness
BARS01-Subjective, DistressC102048BARS01-Subjective, DistressBarnes Akathisia Rating Scale - Subjective, distress related to restlessness.BARS - Subjective, Distress
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CL.C106655.BDI TESTCDBaseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Code
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C106655Baseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test CodeBaseline Dyspnea Index test code.CDISC Questionnaire BDI Test Code Terminology
BDI0101C106701BDI01-Functional ImpairmentBaseline Dyspnea Index - Functional impairment.BDI - Functional Impairment
BDI0102C106702BDI01-Magnitude of TaskBaseline Dyspnea Index - Magnitude of task.BDI - Magnitude of Task
BDI0103C106703BDI01-Magnitude of EffortBaseline Dyspnea Index - Magnitude of effort.BDI - Magnitude of Effort
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CL.C106654.BDI TESTBaseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test Name
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C106654Baseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire Test NameBaseline Dyspnea Index test name.CDISC Questionnaire BDI Test Name Terminology
BDI01-Functional ImpairmentC106701BDI01-Functional ImpairmentBaseline Dyspnea Index - Functional impairment.BDI - Functional Impairment
BDI01-Magnitude of EffortC106703BDI01-Magnitude of EffortBaseline Dyspnea Index - Magnitude of effort.BDI - Magnitude of Effort
BDI01-Magnitude of TaskC106702BDI01-Magnitude of TaskBaseline Dyspnea Index - Magnitude of task.BDI - Magnitude of Task
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CL.C124300.BSTESTCDBiospecimen Characteristics Test Code
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C124300Biospecimen Characteristics Test CodeTerminology relevant to the test codes that describe the characteristics of biospecimens and extracted samples.CDISC SDTM Biospecimen Characteristics Test Code Terminology
RINC63637RNA Integrity NumberA numerical assessment of the integrity of RNA based on the entire electrophoretic trace of the RNA sample, including the presence or absence of degradation products. (NCI)RNA Integrity Number
TEMPC25206TemperatureThe property of a body or region of space that determines whether or not there will be a net flow of heat into it or out of it from a neighboring body or region and in which direction (if any) the heat will flow, perceptible by living organism as a somatic sensation of cold or heat. It is a measure of the average translational kinetic energy associated with the disordered microscopic motion of atoms and molecules. Temperature is measured in one of the three standard temperature scales: Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit. (NCI)Temperature
VOLUMEC25335VolumeThe amount of three dimensional space occupied by an object or the capacity of a space or container. (NCI)Volume
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CL.C124299.BSTESTBiospecimen Characteristics Test Name
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C124299Biospecimen Characteristics Test NameTerminology relevant to the test names that describe the characteristics of biospecimens and extracted samples.CDISC SDTM Biospecimen Characteristics Test Name Terminology
RNA Integrity NumberC63637RNA Integrity NumberA numerical assessment of the integrity of RNA based on the entire electrophoretic trace of the RNA sample, including the presence or absence of degradation products. (NCI)RNA Integrity Number
TemperatureC25206TemperatureThe property of a body or region of space that determines whether or not there will be a net flow of heat into it or out of it from a neighboring body or region and in which direction (if any) the heat will flow, perceptible by living organism as a somatic sensation of cold or heat. It is a measure of the average translational kinetic energy associated with the disordered microscopic motion of atoms and molecules. Temperature is measured in one of the three standard temperature scales: Celsius, Kelvin, and Fahrenheit. (NCI)Temperature
VolumeC25335VolumeThe amount of three dimensional space occupied by an object or the capacity of a space or container. (NCI)Volume
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CL.C124297.BEDECODBiospecimen Events Dictionary Derived Term
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C124297Biospecimen Events Dictionary Derived TermA terminology codelist based on the verbatim or preprinted term for the biospecimen events that occur.CDISC SDTM Biospecimen Events Dictionary Derived Term Terminology
ALIQUOTINGC124326The act of dividing a liquid item into multiple items of smaller volume.Aliquotting
COLLECTINGC25453The act of gathering an item.Collection
DESTROYINGC62100The act of demolishing an item to make it unusable or unanalyzable.Destruction
EMBEDDINGC48163To surround an object with a firm chemical substance such as wax or resin.Embedding
FIXINGC25219To chemically preserve so as to maintain structural and/or molecular features.Fixation
FLASH FREEZINGC63521To freeze rapidly so as to preserve structure and prevent ice crystal formation.Quick Freeze
FREEZINGC48160The process whereby cold changes the water component from a liquid to a solid.Freezing
RECEIVINGC25639Coming into possession of or acting as the receptacle or recipient of an item conveyed by an intermediary to the intended destination, from a sender.Receive
SECTIONINGC124327To cut a very thin slice of tissue or other substance.Sectioning
SHIPPINGC40353Being transported or conveyed by an intermediary to a destination, from the sender to the intended receiver.Shipping
STAININGC23010To dye or tint tissues or other biological samples for the purpose of imaging structures.Staining Method
STORINGC60824The act of safekeeping items in a depository.Storage
THAWINGC48165The process whereby heat changes the water component from a solid to a liquid.Thaw
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CL.C113852.BLCS TESTCDBladder Control Scale Test Code
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C113852Bladder Control Scale Test CodeBladder Control Scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire Bladder Control Scale Test Code Terminology
BLCS0101C113953BLCS01-Lost Control of BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you lost control of your bladder or had an accident?BLCS - Lost Control of Your Bladder
BLCS0102C113954BLCS01-Almost Lost Control of BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you almost lost control of your bladder or had an accident?BLCS - Almost Lost Control of Your Bladder
BLCS0103C113955BLCS01-Altered Activity Because BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you altered your activities because of bladder problems?BLCS - Altered Activities Because Bladder Problems
BLCS0104C113956BLCS01-Bladder Restricted LifestyleBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how much have bladder problems restricted your overall lifestyle?BLCS - Bladder Problems Restrict Overall Lifestyle
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CL.C113851.BLCS TESTBladder Control Scale Test Name
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C113851Bladder Control Scale Test NameBladder Control Scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire Bladder Control Scale Test Name Terminology
BLCS01-Almost Lost Control of BladderC113954BLCS01-Almost Lost Control of BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you almost lost control of your bladder or had an accident?BLCS - Almost Lost Control of Your Bladder
BLCS01-Altered Activity Because BladderC113955BLCS01-Altered Activity Because BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you altered your activities because of bladder problems?BLCS - Altered Activities Because Bladder Problems
BLCS01-Bladder Restricted LifestyleC113956BLCS01-Bladder Restricted LifestyleBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how much have bladder problems restricted your overall lifestyle?BLCS - Bladder Problems Restrict Overall Lifestyle
BLCS01-Lost Control of BladderC113953BLCS01-Lost Control of BladderBladder Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you lost control of your bladder or had an accident?BLCS - Lost Control of Your Bladder
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CL.C113846.BORG CR10 TESTCDBorg CR10 Scale Test Code
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C113846Borg CR10 Scale Test CodeBorg CR10 scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire Borg CR10 Test Code Terminology
BCR10101C113888BCR101-RatingBorg CR10 Scale - Rating.Borg CR10 - Rating
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CL.C113845.BORG CR10 TESTBorg CR10 Scale Test Name
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C113845Borg CR10 Scale Test NameBorg CR10 scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire Borg CR10 Test Name Terminology
BCR101-RatingC113888BCR101-RatingBorg CR10 Scale - Rating.Borg CR10 - Rating
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CL.C113854.BWCS TESTCDBowel Control Scale Test Code
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C113854Bowel Control Scale Test CodeBowel Control Scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire Bowel Control Scale Test Code Terminology
BWCS0101C113957BWCS01-Been ConstipatedBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you been constipated?BWCS - Been Constipated
BWCS0102C113958BWCS01-Lost Control of BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you lost control of your bowels or had an accident?BWCS - Lost Control of Your Bowels
BWCS0103C113959BWCS01-Almost Lost Control of BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you almost lost control of your bowels or almost had an accident?BWCS - Almost Lost Control of Your Bowels
BWCS0104C113960BWCS01-Altered Activity Because BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you altered your activities because of bowel control problems?BWCS - Altered Activities Because Bowel Control Problems
BWCS0105C113961BWCS01-Bowels Restricted LifestyleBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how much have bowel problems restricted your overall lifestyle?BWCS - Bowel Problems Restrict Overall Lifestyle
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CL.C113853.BWCS TESTBowel Control Scale Test Name
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C113853Bowel Control Scale Test NameBowel Control Scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire Bowel Control Scale Test Name Terminology
BWCS01-Almost Lost Control of BowelsC113959BWCS01-Almost Lost Control of BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you almost lost control of your bowels or almost had an accident?BWCS - Almost Lost Control of Your Bowels
BWCS01-Altered Activity Because BowelsC113960BWCS01-Altered Activity Because BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you altered your activities because of bowel control problems?BWCS - Altered Activities Because Bowel Control Problems
BWCS01-Been ConstipatedC113957BWCS01-Been ConstipatedBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you been constipated?BWCS - Been Constipated
BWCS01-Bowels Restricted LifestyleC113961BWCS01-Bowels Restricted LifestyleBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how much have bowel problems restricted your overall lifestyle?BWCS - Bowel Problems Restrict Overall Lifestyle
BWCS01-Lost Control of BowelsC113958BWCS01-Lost Control of BowelsBowel Control Scale - During the past 4 weeks, how often have you lost control of your bowels or had an accident?BWCS - Lost Control of Your Bowels
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CL.C120983.BACS TESTCDBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test Code
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C120983Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test CodeBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia test code.CDISC Functional Test BACS Test Code Terminology
BACS101C121050BACS1-Number of Items RecalledBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Verbal Memory-Number of items recalled on each trial.BACS - Number of Items Recalled
BACS101AC121051BACS1-Number of Items Recalled TotalBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Verbal Memory-Total number of items recalled.BACS - Number of Items Recalled Total
BACS102C121052BACS1-Number of Correct SequencesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Digit Sequencing-Number of correct sequences.BACS - Number of Correct Sequences
BACS103AC121053BACS1-Number of Tokens Left on the TableBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens left on the table.BACS - Number of Tokens Left on the Table
BACS103BC121054BACS1-Total Number Tokens in ContainerBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens placed in the container.BACS - Total Number Tokens in Container
BACS103CC121055BACS1-Number Tokens Incorrectly PlacedBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens incorrectly placed in container.BACS - Number Tokens Incorrectly Placed
BACS103DC121056BACS1-Number of Tokens Correctly PlacedBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Token Motor Task-Number of tokens correctly placed.BACS - Number of Tokens Correctly Placed
BACS104AC121057BACS1-Category InstancesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Category instances.BACS - Category Instances
BACS104BC121058BACS1-Letter Fluency 1Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Letter fluency 1.BACS - Letter Fluency 1
BACS104CC121059BACS1-Letter Fluency 2Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Letter fluency 2.BACS - Letter Fluency 2
BACS104DC121060BACS-Verbal Fluency TotalBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Total number of Verbal Fluency items.BACS - Verbal Fluency Total
BACS105C121061BACS-Symbol Coding Raw ScoreBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Symbol Coding-Raw score.BACS - Symbol Coding Raw Score
BACS106C121062BACS1-Tower of London Correct ResponsesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Tower of London-Number of correct responses.BACS - Tower of London Correct Responses
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CL.C120982.BACS TESTBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test Name
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C120982Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test Test NameBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia test name.CDISC Functional Test BACS Test Name Terminology
BACS-Symbol Coding Raw ScoreC121061BACS-Symbol Coding Raw ScoreBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Symbol Coding-Raw score.BACS - Symbol Coding Raw Score
BACS-Verbal Fluency TotalC121060BACS-Verbal Fluency TotalBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Total number of Verbal Fluency items.BACS - Verbal Fluency Total
BACS1-Category InstancesC121057BACS1-Category InstancesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Category instances.BACS - Category Instances
BACS1-Letter Fluency 1C121058BACS1-Letter Fluency 1Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Letter fluency 1.BACS - Letter Fluency 1
BACS1-Letter Fluency 2C121059BACS1-Letter Fluency 2Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Verbal Fluency-Letter fluency 2.BACS - Letter Fluency 2
BACS1-Number of Correct SequencesC121052BACS1-Number of Correct SequencesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Digit Sequencing-Number of correct sequences.BACS - Number of Correct Sequences
BACS1-Number of Items RecalledC121050BACS1-Number of Items RecalledBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Verbal Memory-Number of items recalled on each trial.BACS - Number of Items Recalled
BACS1-Number of Items Recalled TotalC121051BACS1-Number of Items Recalled TotalBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Verbal Memory-Total number of items recalled.BACS - Number of Items Recalled Total
BACS1-Number of Tokens Correctly PlacedC121056BACS1-Number of Tokens Correctly PlacedBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Token Motor Task-Number of tokens correctly placed.BACS - Number of Tokens Correctly Placed
BACS1-Number of Tokens Left on the TableC121053BACS1-Number of Tokens Left on the TableBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens left on the table.BACS - Number of Tokens Left on the Table
BACS1-Number Tokens Incorrectly PlacedC121055BACS1-Number Tokens Incorrectly PlacedBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens incorrectly placed in container.BACS - Number Tokens Incorrectly Placed
BACS1-Total Number Tokens in ContainerC121054BACS1-Total Number Tokens in ContainerBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia - Token Motor Task-Total number of tokens placed in the container.BACS - Total Number Tokens in Container
BACS1-Tower of London Correct ResponsesC121062BACS1-Tower of London Correct ResponsesBrief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Questionnaire - Tower of London-Number of correct responses.BACS - Tower of London Correct Responses
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CL.C100164.BPI SHORT FORM TESTCDBrief Pain Inventory Short Form Test Code
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C100164Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Test CodeBrief Pain Inventory Short Form test code.CDISC Questionnaire BPI Short Form Test Code Terminology
BPI201C100356BPI2-Pain Other Than Everyday KindsBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain today?BPI Short Form - Pain Other Than Everyday Kinds
BPI202AC100357BPI2-Areas of PainBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain.BPI Short Form - Areas of Pain
BPI202BC100358BPI2-Area Hurts MostBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - On the diagram, put an X on the area that hurts the most.BPI Short Form - Area that Hurts Most
BPI203C100359BPI2-Pain at its Worst in Last 24 HoursBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its worst in the last 24 hours.BPI Short Form - Pain at its Worst in Last 24 Hours
BPI204C100360BPI2-Pain at its Least in Last 24 HoursBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its least in the last 24 hours.BPI Short Form - Pain at its Least in Last 24 Hours
BPI205C100361BPI2-Pain on the AverageBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain on the average.BPI Short Form - Pain on the Average
BPI206C100362BPI2-Pain Right NowBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that tells how much pain you have right now.BPI Short Form - Pain Right Now
BPI207C100363BPI2-Treatments Receiving for PainBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain?BPI Short Form - Treatments or Medications Receiving for Pain
BPI208C100364BPI2-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - In the last 24 hours, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received.BPI Short Form - Relief from Pain Treatments Provided
BPI209AC100365BPI2-Pain Interfered General ActivityBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your general activity.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with General Activity
BPI209BC100366BPI2-Pain Interfered with MoodBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your mood.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Mood
BPI209CC100367BPI2-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your walking ability.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Walking Ability
BPI209DC100368BPI2-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your normal work.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Normal Work
BPI209EC100369BPI2-Pain Interfered with RelationsBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your relations with other people.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Relations
BPI209FC100370BPI2-Pain Interfered with SleepBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your sleep.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Sleep
BPI209GC100371BPI2-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your enjoyment of life.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Enjoyment of Life
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CL.C100163.BPI SHORT FORM TESTBrief Pain Inventory Short Form Test Name
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C100163Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Test NameBrief Pain Inventory Short Form test name.CDISC Questionnaire BPI Short Form Test Name Terminology
BPI2-Area Hurts MostC100358BPI2-Area Hurts MostBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - On the diagram, put an X on the area that hurts the most.BPI Short Form - Area that Hurts Most
BPI2-Areas of PainC100357BPI2-Areas of PainBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain.BPI Short Form - Areas of Pain
BPI2-Pain at its Least in Last 24 HoursC100360BPI2-Pain at its Least in Last 24 HoursBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its least in the last 24 hours.BPI Short Form - Pain at its Least in Last 24 Hours
BPI2-Pain at its Worst in Last 24 HoursC100359BPI2-Pain at its Worst in Last 24 HoursBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its worst in the last 24 hours.BPI Short Form - Pain at its Worst in Last 24 Hours
BPI2-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeC100371BPI2-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your enjoyment of life.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Enjoyment of Life
BPI2-Pain Interfered General ActivityC100365BPI2-Pain Interfered General ActivityBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your general activity.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with General Activity
BPI2-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityC100367BPI2-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your walking ability.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Walking Ability
BPI2-Pain Interfered with MoodC100366BPI2-Pain Interfered with MoodBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your mood.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Mood
BPI2-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkC100368BPI2-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your normal work.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Normal Work
BPI2-Pain Interfered with RelationsC100369BPI2-Pain Interfered with RelationsBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your relations with other people.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Relations
BPI2-Pain Interfered with SleepC100370BPI2-Pain Interfered with SleepBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past 24 hours, pain has interfered with your sleep.BPI Short Form - Pain Interfered with Sleep
BPI2-Pain on the AverageC100361BPI2-Pain on the AverageBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain on the average.BPI Short Form - Pain on the Average
BPI2-Pain Other Than Everyday KindsC100356BPI2-Pain Other Than Everyday KindsBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain today?BPI Short Form - Pain Other Than Everyday Kinds
BPI2-Pain Right NowC100362BPI2-Pain Right NowBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that tells how much pain you have right now.BPI Short Form - Pain Right Now
BPI2-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedC100364BPI2-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - In the last 24 hours, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received.BPI Short Form - Relief from Pain Treatments Provided
BPI2-Treatments Receiving for PainC100363BPI2-Treatments Receiving for PainBrief Pain Inventory Short Form - What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain?BPI Short Form - Treatments or Medications Receiving for Pain
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CL.C100162.BPI TESTCDBrief Pain Inventory Test Code
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C100162Brief Pain Inventory Test CodeBrief Pain Inventory test code.CDISC Questionnaire BPI Test Code Terminology
BPI101C100287BPI1-Marital StatusBrief Pain Inventory - Marital status.BPI - Marital Status
BPI102C100288BPI1-EducationBrief Pain Inventory - Education.BPI - Education
BPI102AC100289BPI1-Professional DegreeBrief Pain Inventory - Education. Professional degree.BPI - Professional Degree
BPI103C100290BPI1-Current OccupationBrief Pain Inventory - Current occupation.BPI - Current Occupation
BPI104C100291BPI1-Spouse's OccupationBrief Pain Inventory - Spouse's occupation.BPI - Spouse's Occupation
BPI105C100292BPI1-Current Job StatusBrief Pain Inventory - Which of the following best describes your current job status?BPI - Current Job Status
BPI106C100293BPI1-How Long Since DiagnosisBrief Pain Inventory - How long has it been since you first learned your diagnosis?BPI - How Long Since Diagnosis
BPI107C100294BPI1-Pain Due to Present DiseaseBrief Pain Inventory - Have you ever had pain due to your present disease?BPI - Pain Due to Present Disease
BPI108C100295BPI1-Pain One of Your SymptomsBrief Pain Inventory - When you first received your diagnosis, was pain one of your symptoms?BPI - Pain as a Symptom
BPI109C100296BPI1-Surgery in Past MonthBrief Pain Inventory - Have you had surgery in the past month?BPI - Surgery in Past Month
BPI109AC100297BPI1-Kind of Surgery in Past MonthBrief Pain Inventory - What kind of surgery have you had in the past month?BPI - Kind of Surgery in Past Month
BPI110C100298BPI1-Pain Other than Everyday KindsBrief Pain Inventory - Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain during the last week?BPI - Pain Other than Everyday Kinds
BPI110AC100299BPI1-Pain Medications in the Last 7 DaysBrief Pain Inventory - Did you take pain medications in the last 7 days?BPI - Pain Medications in the Last 7 Days
BPI110BC100300BPI1-Pain Requires Medication DailyBrief Pain Inventory - I feel I have some form of pain that requires medication each and every day.BPI - Pain Requires Medication Daily
BPI111AC100301BPI1-Areas of PainBrief Pain Inventory - On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain.BPI - Areas of Pain
BPI111BC100302BPI1-Area Hurts MostBrief Pain Inventory - On the diagram, put an X on the area that hurts the most.BPI - Area Hurts Most
BPI112C100303BPI1-Pain at its Worst in Last WeekBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its worst in the last week.BPI - Pain at its Worst in Last Week
BPI113C100304BPI1-Pain at its Least in Last WeekBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its least in the last week.BPI - Pain at its Least in Last Week
BPI114C100305BPI1-Pain on the AverageBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain on the average.BPI - Pain on the Average
BPI115C100306BPI1-Pain Right NowBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that tells how much pain you have right now.BPI - Pain Right Now
BPI116C100307BPI1-Things that Make Pain Feel BetterBrief Pain Inventory - What kinds of things make your pain feel better?BPI - Things that Make Pain Feel Better
BPI117C100308BPI1-Things that Make your Pain WorseBrief Pain Inventory - What kinds of things make your pain feel worse?BPI - Things that Make your Pain Worse
BPI118C100309BPI1-Treatments Receiving for PainBrief Pain Inventory - What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain?BPI - Treatments Receiving for Pain
BPI119C100310BPI1-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedBrief Pain Inventory - In the last week, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received.BPI - Relief Pain Treatments Provided
BPI120C100311BPI1-Hours before Pain ReturnsBrief Pain Inventory - If you take pain medication, how many hours does it take before the pain returns?BPI - Hours before Pain Returns
BPI1211C100312BPI1-Pain Due to Effects of TreatmentBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to the effects of treatment.BPI - Pain Due to Effects of Treatment
BPI1212C100313BPI1-Pain Due to Primary DiseaseBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to my primary disease.BPI - Pain Due to Primary Disease
BPI1213C100314BPI1-Pain Due to Unrelated Med ConditionBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to a medical condition unrelated to my primary disease.BPI - Pain Due to Unrelated Medical Condition
BPI1213AC100315BPI1-Describe Unrelated Med ConditionBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to a medical condition unrelated to my primary disease. Please describe condition.BPI - Describe Unrelated Medical Condition
BPI122AC100316BPI1-AchingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: aching.BPI - Aching
BPI122BC100317BPI1-ThrobbingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: throbbing.BPI - Throbbing
BPI122CC100318BPI1-ShootingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: shooting.BPI - Shooting
BPI122DC100319BPI1-StabbingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: stabbing.BPI - Stabbing
BPI122EC100320BPI1-GnawingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: gnawing.BPI - Gnawing
BPI122FC100321BPI1-SharpBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: sharp.BPI - Sharp
BPI122GC100322BPI1-TenderBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: tender.BPI - Tender
BPI122HC100323BPI1-BurningBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: burning.BPI - Burning
BPI122IC100324BPI1-ExhaustingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: exhausting.BPI - Exhausting
BPI122JC100325BPI1-TiringBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: tiring.BPI - Tiring
BPI122KC100326BPI1-PenetratingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: penetrating.BPI - Penetrating
BPI122LC100327BPI1-NaggingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: nagging.BPI - Nagging
BPI122MC100328BPI1-NumbBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: numb.BPI - Numb
BPI122NC100329BPI1-MiserableBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: miserable.BPI - Miserable
BPI122OC100330BPI1-UnbearableBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: unbearable.BPI - Unbearable
BPI123AC100331BPI1-Pain Interfered General ActivityBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your general activity.BPI - Pain Interfered with General Activity
BPI123BC100332BPI1-Pain Interfered with MoodBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your mood.BPI - Pain Interfered with Mood
BPI123CC100333BPI1-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your walking ability.BPI - Pain Interfered with Walking Ability
BPI123DC100334BPI1-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your normal work.BPI - Pain Interfered with Normal Work
BPI123EC100335BPI1-Pain Interfered with RelationsBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your relations with other people.BPI - Pain Interfered with Relations
BPI123FC100336BPI1-Pain Interfered with SleepBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your sleep.BPI - Pain Interfered with Sleep
BPI123GC100337BPI1-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your enjoyment of life.BPI - Pain Interfered with Enjoyment of Life
BPI124C100338BPI1-Prefer to Take Pain MedicineBrief Pain Inventory - I prefer to take my pain medicine.BPI - Prefer to Take Pain Medicine
BPI125C100339BPI1-Take my Pain MedicineBrief Pain Inventory - I take my pain medicine (in a 24 hour period).BPI - Take my Pain Medicine
BPI126C100340BPI1-Need Stronger Type of Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need a stronger type of pain medication?BPI - Need Stronger Type of Pain Medication
BPI127C100341BPI1-Need more Pain Med than PrescribedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need to take more of the pain medication than your doctor has prescribed?BPI - Need more Pain Medication than Prescribed
BPI128C100342BPI1-Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you concerned that you use too much pain medication?BPI - Concerned with Too Much Pain Medication Use
BPI128AC100343BPI1-Why Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you concerned that you use too much pain medication? If Yes, why?BPI - Why Concerned with Too Much Pain Medication Use
BPI129C100344BPI1-Problems with Side Effects Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you having problems with side effects from your pain medication?BPI - Problems with Side Effects Pain Medication
BPI129AC100345BPI1-Which Side Effects from Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you having problems with side effects from your pain medication? Which side effects?BPI - What Side Effects from Pain Medication
BPI130C100346BPI1-Need Further Info about Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need to receive further information about your pain medication?BPI - Need Further Information about Pain Medication
BPI131AC100347BPI1-Warm Compresses to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: warm compresses.BPI - Warm Compresses to Relieve Pain
BPI131BC100348BPI1-Cold Compresses to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: cold compresses.BPI - Cold Compresses to Relieve Pain
BPI131CC100349BPI1-Relaxation Techniques Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: relaxation techniques.BPI - Relaxation Techniques Relieve Pain
BPI131DC100350BPI1-Distraction to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: distraction.BPI - Distraction to Relieve Pain
BPI131EC100351BPI1-Biofeedback to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: biofeedback.BPI - Biofeedback to Relieve Pain
BPI131FC100352BPI1-Hypnosis to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: hypnosis.BPI - Hypnosis to Relieve Pain
BPI131GC100353BPI1-Other to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: other.BPI - Other Methods to Relieve Pain
BPI131HC100354BPI1-Other specify to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: other. Please specify.BPI - Specified Other Method to Relieve Pain
BPI132C100355BPI1-Meds not Prescribed Taken for PainBrief Pain Inventory - Medications not prescribed by my doctor that I take for pain are.BPI - Medications not Prescribed Taken for Pain
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CL.C100161.BPI TESTBrief Pain Inventory Test Name
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C100161Brief Pain Inventory Test NameBrief Pain Inventory test name.CDISC Questionnaire BPI Test Name Terminology
BPI1-AchingC100316BPI1-AchingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: aching.BPI - Aching
BPI1-Area Hurts MostC100302BPI1-Area Hurts MostBrief Pain Inventory - On the diagram, put an X on the area that hurts the most.BPI - Area Hurts Most
BPI1-Areas of PainC100301BPI1-Areas of PainBrief Pain Inventory - On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain.BPI - Areas of Pain
BPI1-Biofeedback to Relieve PainC100351BPI1-Biofeedback to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: biofeedback.BPI - Biofeedback to Relieve Pain
BPI1-BurningC100323BPI1-BurningBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: burning.BPI - Burning
BPI1-Cold Compresses to Relieve PainC100348BPI1-Cold Compresses to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: cold compresses.BPI - Cold Compresses to Relieve Pain
BPI1-Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedC100342BPI1-Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you concerned that you use too much pain medication?BPI - Concerned with Too Much Pain Medication Use
BPI1-Current Job StatusC100292BPI1-Current Job StatusBrief Pain Inventory - Which of the following best describes your current job status?BPI - Current Job Status
BPI1-Current OccupationC100290BPI1-Current OccupationBrief Pain Inventory - Current occupation.BPI - Current Occupation
BPI1-Describe Unrelated Med ConditionC100315BPI1-Describe Unrelated Med ConditionBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to a medical condition unrelated to my primary disease. Please describe condition.BPI - Describe Unrelated Medical Condition
BPI1-Distraction to Relieve PainC100350BPI1-Distraction to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: distraction.BPI - Distraction to Relieve Pain
BPI1-EducationC100288BPI1-EducationBrief Pain Inventory - Education.BPI - Education
BPI1-ExhaustingC100324BPI1-ExhaustingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: exhausting.BPI - Exhausting
BPI1-GnawingC100320BPI1-GnawingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: gnawing.BPI - Gnawing
BPI1-Hours before Pain ReturnsC100311BPI1-Hours before Pain ReturnsBrief Pain Inventory - If you take pain medication, how many hours does it take before the pain returns?BPI - Hours before Pain Returns
BPI1-How Long Since DiagnosisC100293BPI1-How Long Since DiagnosisBrief Pain Inventory - How long has it been since you first learned your diagnosis?BPI - How Long Since Diagnosis
BPI1-Hypnosis to Relieve PainC100352BPI1-Hypnosis to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: hypnosis.BPI - Hypnosis to Relieve Pain
BPI1-Kind of Surgery in Past MonthC100297BPI1-Kind of Surgery in Past MonthBrief Pain Inventory - What kind of surgery have you had in the past month?BPI - Kind of Surgery in Past Month
BPI1-Marital StatusC100287BPI1-Marital StatusBrief Pain Inventory - Marital status.BPI - Marital Status
BPI1-Meds not Prescribed Taken for PainC100355BPI1-Meds not Prescribed Taken for PainBrief Pain Inventory - Medications not prescribed by my doctor that I take for pain are.BPI - Medications not Prescribed Taken for Pain
BPI1-MiserableC100329BPI1-MiserableBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: miserable.BPI - Miserable
BPI1-NaggingC100327BPI1-NaggingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: nagging.BPI - Nagging
BPI1-Need Further Info about Pain MedC100346BPI1-Need Further Info about Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need to receive further information about your pain medication?BPI - Need Further Information about Pain Medication
BPI1-Need more Pain Med than PrescribedC100341BPI1-Need more Pain Med than PrescribedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need to take more of the pain medication than your doctor has prescribed?BPI - Need more Pain Medication than Prescribed
BPI1-Need Stronger Type of Pain MedC100340BPI1-Need Stronger Type of Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Do you feel you need a stronger type of pain medication?BPI - Need Stronger Type of Pain Medication
BPI1-NumbC100328BPI1-NumbBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: numb.BPI - Numb
BPI1-Other specify to Relieve PainC100354BPI1-Other specify to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: other. Please specify.BPI - Specified Other Method to Relieve Pain
BPI1-Other to Relieve PainC100353BPI1-Other to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: other.BPI - Other Methods to Relieve Pain
BPI1-Pain at its Least in Last WeekC100304BPI1-Pain at its Least in Last WeekBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its least in the last week.BPI - Pain at its Least in Last Week
BPI1-Pain at its Worst in Last WeekC100303BPI1-Pain at its Worst in Last WeekBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain at its worst in the last week.BPI - Pain at its Worst in Last Week
BPI1-Pain Due to Effects of TreatmentC100312BPI1-Pain Due to Effects of TreatmentBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to the effects of treatment.BPI - Pain Due to Effects of Treatment
BPI1-Pain Due to Present DiseaseC100294BPI1-Pain Due to Present DiseaseBrief Pain Inventory - Have you ever had pain due to your present disease?BPI - Pain Due to Present Disease
BPI1-Pain Due to Primary DiseaseC100313BPI1-Pain Due to Primary DiseaseBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to my primary disease.BPI - Pain Due to Primary Disease
BPI1-Pain Due to Unrelated Med ConditionC100314BPI1-Pain Due to Unrelated Med ConditionBrief Pain Inventory - I believe my pain is due to a medical condition unrelated to my primary disease.BPI - Pain Due to Unrelated Medical Condition
BPI1-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeC100337BPI1-Pain Interfered Enjoyment of LifeBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your enjoyment of life.BPI - Pain Interfered with Enjoyment of Life
BPI1-Pain Interfered General ActivityC100331BPI1-Pain Interfered General ActivityBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your general activity.BPI - Pain Interfered with General Activity
BPI1-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityC100333BPI1-Pain Interfered Walking AbilityBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your walking ability.BPI - Pain Interfered with Walking Ability
BPI1-Pain Interfered with MoodC100332BPI1-Pain Interfered with MoodBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your mood.BPI - Pain Interfered with Mood
BPI1-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkC100334BPI1-Pain Interfered with Normal WorkBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your normal work.BPI - Pain Interfered with Normal Work
BPI1-Pain Interfered with RelationsC100335BPI1-Pain Interfered with RelationsBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your relations with other people.BPI - Pain Interfered with Relations
BPI1-Pain Interfered with SleepC100336BPI1-Pain Interfered with SleepBrief Pain Inventory - Circle the one number that describes how, during the past week, pain has interfered with your sleep.BPI - Pain Interfered with Sleep
BPI1-Pain Medications in the Last 7 DaysC100299BPI1-Pain Medications in the Last 7 DaysBrief Pain Inventory - Did you take pain medications in the last 7 days?BPI - Pain Medications in the Last 7 Days
BPI1-Pain on the AverageC100305BPI1-Pain on the AverageBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that best describes your pain on the average.BPI - Pain on the Average
BPI1-Pain One of Your SymptomsC100295BPI1-Pain One of Your SymptomsBrief Pain Inventory - When you first received your diagnosis, was pain one of your symptoms?BPI - Pain as a Symptom
BPI1-Pain Other than Everyday KindsC100298BPI1-Pain Other than Everyday KindsBrief Pain Inventory - Have you had pain other than these everyday kinds of pain during the last week?BPI - Pain Other than Everyday Kinds
BPI1-Pain Requires Medication DailyC100300BPI1-Pain Requires Medication DailyBrief Pain Inventory - I feel I have some form of pain that requires medication each and every day.BPI - Pain Requires Medication Daily
BPI1-Pain Right NowC100306BPI1-Pain Right NowBrief Pain Inventory - Please rate your pain by circling the one number that tells how much pain you have right now.BPI - Pain Right Now
BPI1-PenetratingC100326BPI1-PenetratingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: penetrating.BPI - Penetrating
BPI1-Prefer to Take Pain MedicineC100338BPI1-Prefer to Take Pain MedicineBrief Pain Inventory - I prefer to take my pain medicine.BPI - Prefer to Take Pain Medicine
BPI1-Problems with Side Effects Pain MedC100344BPI1-Problems with Side Effects Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you having problems with side effects from your pain medication?BPI - Problems with Side Effects Pain Medication
BPI1-Professional DegreeC100289BPI1-Professional DegreeBrief Pain Inventory - Education. Professional degree.BPI - Professional Degree
BPI1-Relaxation Techniques Relieve PainC100349BPI1-Relaxation Techniques Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: relaxation techniques.BPI - Relaxation Techniques Relieve Pain
BPI1-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedC100310BPI1-Relief Pain Treatments ProvidedBrief Pain Inventory - In the last week, how much relief have pain treatments or medications provided? Please circle the one percentage that most shows how much relief you have received.BPI - Relief Pain Treatments Provided
BPI1-SharpC100321BPI1-SharpBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: sharp.BPI - Sharp
BPI1-ShootingC100318BPI1-ShootingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: shooting.BPI - Shooting
BPI1-Spouse's OccupationC100291BPI1-Spouse's OccupationBrief Pain Inventory - Spouse's occupation.BPI - Spouse's Occupation
BPI1-StabbingC100319BPI1-StabbingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: stabbing.BPI - Stabbing
BPI1-Surgery in Past MonthC100296BPI1-Surgery in Past MonthBrief Pain Inventory - Have you had surgery in the past month?BPI - Surgery in Past Month
BPI1-Take my Pain MedicineC100339BPI1-Take my Pain MedicineBrief Pain Inventory - I take my pain medicine (in a 24 hour period).BPI - Take my Pain Medicine
BPI1-TenderC100322BPI1-TenderBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: tender.BPI - Tender
BPI1-Things that Make Pain Feel BetterC100307BPI1-Things that Make Pain Feel BetterBrief Pain Inventory - What kinds of things make your pain feel better?BPI - Things that Make Pain Feel Better
BPI1-Things that Make your Pain WorseC100308BPI1-Things that Make your Pain WorseBrief Pain Inventory - What kinds of things make your pain feel worse?BPI - Things that Make your Pain Worse
BPI1-ThrobbingC100317BPI1-ThrobbingBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: throbbing.BPI - Throbbing
BPI1-TiringC100325BPI1-TiringBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: tiring.BPI - Tiring
BPI1-Treatments Receiving for PainC100309BPI1-Treatments Receiving for PainBrief Pain Inventory - What treatments or medications are you receiving for your pain?BPI - Treatments Receiving for Pain
BPI1-UnbearableC100330BPI1-UnbearableBrief Pain Inventory - Check Yes or No if the adjective applies to your pain: unbearable.BPI - Unbearable
BPI1-Warm Compresses to Relieve PainC100347BPI1-Warm Compresses to Relieve PainBrief Pain Inventory - Other methods I use to relieve pain include: warm compresses.BPI - Warm Compresses to Relieve Pain
BPI1-Which Side Effects from Pain MedC100345BPI1-Which Side Effects from Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you having problems with side effects from your pain medication? Which side effects?BPI - What Side Effects from Pain Medication
BPI1-Why Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedC100343BPI1-Why Concerned Use Too Much Pain MedBrief Pain Inventory - Are you concerned that you use too much pain medication? If Yes, why?BPI - Why Concerned with Too Much Pain Medication Use
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CL.C100134.BPRS-A TESTCDBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test Code
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C100134Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test CodeThe Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A test code.CDISC Questionnaire BPRS-A Test Code Terminology
BPR0101C100372BPR01-Somatic ConcernBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Somatic Concern.BPRS-A - Somatic Concern
BPR0102C100373BPR01-AnxietyBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Anxiety.BPRS-A - Anxiety
BPR0103C100374BPR01-Emotional WithdrawalBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Emotional Withdrawal.BPRS-A - Emotional Withdrawal
BPR0104C100375BPR01-Conceptual DisorganizationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Conceptual Disorganization.BPRS-A - Conceptual Disorganization
BPR0105C100376BPR01-Guilt FeelingsBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Guilt Feelings.BPRS-A - Guilt Feelings
BPR0106C100377BPR01-TensionBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Tension.BPRS-A - Tension
BPR0107C100378BPR01-Mannerisms and PosturingBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Mannerisms and Posturing.BPRS-A - Mannerisms and Posturing
BPR0108C100379BPR01-GrandiosityBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Grandiosity.BPRS-A - Grandiosity
BPR0109C100380BPR01-Depressive MoodBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Depressive Mood.BPRS-A - Depressive Mood
BPR0110C100381BPR01-HostilityBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Hostility.BPRS-A - Hostility
BPR0111C100382BPR01-SuspiciousnessBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Suspiciousness.BPRS-A - Suspiciousness
BPR0112C100383BPR01-Hallucinatory BehaviorBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Hallucinatory Behavior.BPRS-A - Hallucinatory Behavior
BPR0113C100384BPR01-Motor RetardationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Motor Retardation.BPRS-A - Motor Retardation
BPR0114C100385BPR01-UncooperativenessBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Uncooperativeness.BPRS-A - Uncooperativeness
BPR0115C100386BPR01-Unusual Thought ContentBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Unusual Thought Content.BPRS-A - Unusual Thought Content
BPR0116C100387BPR01-Blunted AffectBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Blunted Affect.BPRS-A - Blunted Affect
BPR0117C100388BPR01-ExcitementBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Excitement.BPRS-A - Excitement
BPR0118C100389BPR01-DisorientationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Disorientation.BPRS-A - Disorientation
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CL.C100133.BPRS-A TESTBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test Name
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C100133Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A Test NameThe Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A test name.CDISC Questionnaire BPRS-A Test Name Terminology
BPR01-AnxietyC100373BPR01-AnxietyBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Anxiety.BPRS-A - Anxiety
BPR01-Blunted AffectC100387BPR01-Blunted AffectBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Blunted Affect.BPRS-A - Blunted Affect
BPR01-Conceptual DisorganizationC100375BPR01-Conceptual DisorganizationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Conceptual Disorganization.BPRS-A - Conceptual Disorganization
BPR01-Depressive MoodC100380BPR01-Depressive MoodBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Depressive Mood.BPRS-A - Depressive Mood
BPR01-DisorientationC100389BPR01-DisorientationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Disorientation.BPRS-A - Disorientation
BPR01-Emotional WithdrawalC100374BPR01-Emotional WithdrawalBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Emotional Withdrawal.BPRS-A - Emotional Withdrawal
BPR01-ExcitementC100388BPR01-ExcitementBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Excitement.BPRS-A - Excitement
BPR01-GrandiosityC100379BPR01-GrandiosityBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Grandiosity.BPRS-A - Grandiosity
BPR01-Guilt FeelingsC100376BPR01-Guilt FeelingsBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Guilt Feelings.BPRS-A - Guilt Feelings
BPR01-Hallucinatory BehaviorC100383BPR01-Hallucinatory BehaviorBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Hallucinatory Behavior.BPRS-A - Hallucinatory Behavior
BPR01-HostilityC100381BPR01-HostilityBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Hostility.BPRS-A - Hostility
BPR01-Mannerisms and PosturingC100378BPR01-Mannerisms and PosturingBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Mannerisms and Posturing.BPRS-A - Mannerisms and Posturing
BPR01-Motor RetardationC100384BPR01-Motor RetardationBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Motor Retardation.BPRS-A - Motor Retardation
BPR01-Somatic ConcernC100372BPR01-Somatic ConcernBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Somatic Concern.BPRS-A - Somatic Concern
BPR01-SuspiciousnessC100382BPR01-SuspiciousnessBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Suspiciousness.BPRS-A - Suspiciousness
BPR01-TensionC100377BPR01-TensionBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Tension.BPRS-A - Tension
BPR01-UncooperativenessC100385BPR01-UncooperativenessBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Uncooperativeness.BPRS-A - Uncooperativeness
BPR01-Unusual Thought ContentC100386BPR01-Unusual Thought ContentBrief Psychiatric Rating Scale-A - Unusual Thought Content.BPRS-A - Unusual Thought Content
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CL.C101842.CACRDSCCanadian Cardiovascular Society Classification
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C101842Canadian Cardiovascular Society ClassificationThe anginal classifications as measured by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society grading scale.CDISC SDTM Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification Terminology
CCS CLASS 1C77265Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification 1Ordinary physical activity, such as walking or climbing stairs, does not cause angina. Angina occurs with strenuous, rapid, or prolonged exertion at work or recreation.Canadian Cardiovascular Society Grading Scale Class I
CCS CLASS 2C77266Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification 2Slight limitation of ordinary activity. Angina occurs on walking or climbing stairs rapidly, walking uphill, walking or climbing stairs after meals, or in cold, in wind, or under emotional stress, or only during the few hours after awakening. Angina occurs on walking more than 2 blocks on the level and climbing more than 1 flight of ordinary stairs at a normal pace and in normal conditions.Canadian Cardiovascular Society Grading Scale Class II
CCS CLASS 3C77267Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification 3Marked limitations of ordinary physical activity. Angina occurs on walking 1 to 2 blocks on the level and climbing 1 flight of stairs in normal conditions and at a normal pace.Canadian Cardiovascular Society Grading Scale Class III
CCS CLASS 4C77268Canadian Cardiovascular Society Classification 4Inability to perform any physical activity without discomfort - anginal symptoms may be present at rest.Canadian Cardiovascular Society Grading Scale Class IV
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CL.C101859.CVPRCINDCardiac Procedure Indication
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C101859Cardiac Procedure IndicationThe reason that a subject had a cardiac procedure.CDISC SDTM Cardiac Procedure Indication Terminology
CANDIDATE TO RECEIVE CARDIAC TRANSPLANTC99919The intended recipient of a heart transplant.Candidate to Receive Cardiac Transplant
CARDIAC ARREST/ARRHYTHMIA ETIOLOGY UNKNOWNC100033An episode of cardiac arrest or arrhythmia where the etiology was unknown.Cardiac Arrest/Arrhythmia Etiology Unknown
CARDIOMYOPATHYC34830A disease of the heart muscle or myocardium proper. Cardiomyopathies may be classified as either primary or secondary, on the basis of etiology, or on the pathophysiology of the lesion: hypertrophic, dilated, or restrictive.Cardiomyopathy
CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSIONC99938A longstanding, complete blockage of a vessel.Chronic Total Occlusion Vessel
DONOR FOR CARDIAC TRANSPLANTC99947The subject contributing a heart for a cardiac transplant.Donor for Cardiac Transplant
END OF EXPECTED BATTERY LIFEC99949The battery that supplies the device has reached the end of its life.End of Expected Battery Life
FAULTY CONNECTOR/HEADERC100035There is a faulty connector/header in the device.Faulty Device Connector/Header
GENERATOR IS BEING REPLACED AT THE TIME OF LEAD REVISIONC99925A cardiac lead requires revision, at which time the generator to the device will be replaced.Cardiac Device Generator is Being Replaced at Time of Lead Revision
GENERATOR MALFUNCTIONC99943The device has a generator malfunction.Device Generator Malfunction
IMMEDIATE PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (STEMI)C99961An immediate percutaneous coronary intervention is necessary for a myocardial infarction that presents with ST segment elevation.Immediate Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction
INFECTIONC26726A disorder resulting from the presence and activity of a microbial, viral, or parasitic agent. It can be transmitted by direct or indirect contact. (NCI)Infectious Disorder
LEAD EROSIONC99931A cardiac lead has damaged local tissue enough to require treatment.Cardiac Lead Erosion
LEFT VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTIONC64251The degree of impairment of the left cardiac ventricle to contract efficiently.Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction
MANUFACTURER RECALLC100045An imperative issued by the manufacturer of a device that the device needs to be returned to a designated source for repair or replacement.Manufacturer Recall
MANUFACTURER RECOGNIZED A RECURRING PERFORMANCE FAILUREC99980The device manufacturer had recognized a recurrent performance failure in the device.Manufacturer Recognized a Recurring Performance Failure
MEDICAL CONDITION OR PROCEDURE AFFECTS IMPLANTATION SITEC99982The medical condition or the procedure affects the device implantation site.Medical Condition or Procedure Affects Implantation Site
MEDICAL OR SURGICAL PROCEDURE REQUIRING RELOCATION OF LEADC99983An intended medical or surgical procedure necessitates the relocation of a cardiac lead.Medical or Surgical Procedure Requiring Relocation of Lead
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR HIGH RISK NON-ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION OR UNSTABLE ANGINAC99999Includes patients with unstable angina or Non-STEMI who have high risk features for short-term risk of death or nonfatal MI. High risk features includes at least one of the following: history of accelerating tempo of ischemic symptoms in preceding 48 hours; character of pain - prolonged ongoing (greater than 20 minutes) rest pain; clinical findings - pulmonary edema, most likely due to ischemia or new or worsening mitral regurgitation murmur; or S3 or new worsening rales or Hypotension, bradycardia, tachycardia or age greater than 75 years; ECG - angina at rest with transient ST-segment changes greater than 0.5 mm or bundle-branch block, new or presumed new or sustained ventricular tachycardia; cardiac markers - NSTEMI patients with elevated cardiac TnT, Tnl, or CK-MB.Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for High Risk Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction or Unstable Angina
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (STEMI) (STABLE AFTER SUCCESSFUL FULL-DOSE THROMBOLYTICS)C100001A percutaneous coronary intervention is necessary for a myocardial infarction that presents with ST segment elevation and the subject does not have recurrent or persistent symptoms, symptoms of heart failure or ventricular arrhythmia after a successful dose of thrombolytic therapy.Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction-Stable After Successful Full-Dose Thrombolytic Therapy
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (STEMI) (STABLE, >12 HRS FROM SYMPTOM ONSET)C100000A percutaneous coronary intervention is necessary for a myocardial infarction that presents with ST segment elevation and the subject does not have recurrent or persistent symptoms, symptoms of heart failure or ventricular arrhythmia. The presentation is past twelve hours since onset of symptoms.Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction-Stable-Over 12 Hours From Symptom Onset
PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (STEMI) (UNSTABLE, >12 HRS FROM SYMPTOM ONSET)C100002A percutaneous coronary intervention is necessary for a myocardial infarction that presents with ST segment elevation and the subject has recurrent or persistent symptoms, symptoms of heart failure or ventricular arrhythmia. The presentation is past twelve hours since onset of symptoms.Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction-Unstable-Over 12 Hours From Symptom Onset
POST-CARDIAC TRANSPLANTC100005A procedure to evaluate the health of the an individual after receiving a heart transplant.Post-Cardiac Transplant Evaluation
PRE-OPERATIVE EVALUATION FOR NON-CARDIOVASCULAR SURGERYC100006A procedure to evaluate the health of the cardiac system to determine feasibility of a non-cardiac related surgical procedure.Pre-Operative Evaluation for Non-Cardiovascular Surgery
PRIMARY PREVENTIONC15306A procedure performed to avoid the first occurrence of a disease condition.Primary Prevention
RESCUE PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI) FOR ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION (STEMI) (AFTER FAILED FULL-DOSE THROMBOLYTICS)C100008A percutaneous coronary intervention is imperative for a myocardial infarction that presents with ST segment elevation after an unsatisfactory response to a full dose of thrombolytic therapy.Rescue Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction After Failed Full-Dose Thrombolytic Therapy
SECONDARY PREVENTIONC15712A procedure performed to avoid a subsequent occurrence of a disease condition.Secondary Prevention
SPONTANEOUS SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC100014Ventricular tachycardia that occurs without provocation and does not resolve spontaneously.Spontaneous Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
STAGED PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION (PCI)C100015A subsequent Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in a planned series of procedures, where the first PCI could have been during a prior admission, or during this admission.Staged Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
SYNCOPE WITH HIGH RISK CHARACTERISTICSC100018A sudden loss of consciousness with loss of postural tone not related to anesthesia with high risk characteristics. High risk characteristics include non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy, or ischemic heart disease with significant ventricular dysfunction, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, Brugada Syndrome, or Long QT Syndrome.Syncope with High Risk Cardiac Characteristics
SYNCOPE WITH INDUCIBLE VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC100019Sudden loss of consciousness with loss of postural tone not related to anesthesia with ventricular tachycardia (VT) that can be induced during an electrophysiological study.Syncope with Inducible Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
UNKNOWNC17998U;UnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)Unknown
UPGRADE TO A DEVICE WITH ADDITIONAL PACING CAPABILITIESC100030A device with additional pacing capabilities is replacing the current device.Upgrade to Cardiac Device with Additional Pacing Capabilities
VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATIONC50799Ventricular Fibrillation is characterized by rapid, usually more than 300 bpm (cycle length: 180 ms or less), grossly irregular ventricular rhythm with marked variability in QRS cycle length, morphology, and amplitude.Ventricular Fibrillation
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CL.C101866.CRYDFMANCardiac Rhythm Device Failure Manifestation
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C101866Cardiac Rhythm Device Failure ManifestationThe effect that a cardiac rhythm device malfunction had on the ability to stimulate the heart.CDISC SDTM Cardiac Rhythm Device Failure Manifestation Terminology
ATRIAL PACING MALFUNCTIONC99921The cardiac rhythm device malfunction affected atrial pacing.Cardiac Atrial Pacing Malfunction
DEFIBRILLATION MALFUNCTIONC99923The cardiac rhythm device malfunction affected the defibrillator.Cardiac Defibrillator Malfunction
LEFT VENTRICULAR PACING MALFUNCTIONC99973The cardiac rhythm device malfunction affected the left ventricular (LV) pacing.Left Cardiac Ventricular Pacing Malfunction
RIGHT VENTRICULAR PACING MALFUNCTIONC100011The cardiac rhythm device malfunction affected the right ventricular (RV) pacing.Right Cardiac Ventricle Pacing Malfunction
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CL.C101853.CVLVRSEVCardiac Valvular Regurgitation Severity
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C101853Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation SeverityA terminology codelist to describe the severity of cardiac valvular regurgitation.CDISC SDTM Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation Severity Terminology
MILD CARDIAC VALVE REGURGITATIONC99985Evidence of mild retrograde blood flow through the valve(s) of the heart.Mild Cardiac Valve Regurgitation
MODERATE CARDIAC VALVE REGURGITATIONC99989Evidence of moderate retrograde blood flow through the valve(s) of the heart.Moderate Cardiac Valve Regurgitation
NO CARDIAC VALVE REGURGITATIONC99991No evidence of any retrograde blood flow through the valve(s) in the heart.No Cardiac Valve Regurgitation
SEVERE CARDIAC VALVE REGURGITATIONC100012Evidence of severe retrograde blood flow through the valve(s) of the heart.Severe Cardiac Valve Regurgitation
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CL.C101854.CVLSTSEVCardiac Valvular Stenosis Severity
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C101854Cardiac Valvular Stenosis SeverityA terminology codelist to describe the severity of cardiac valvular stenosis.CDISC SDTM Cardiac Valvular Stenosis Severity Terminology
MILD CARDIAC VALVE STENOSISC99986The cardiac valve orifice is abnormally narrow, to a mild degree.Mild Cardiac Valve Stenosis
MODERATE CARDIAC VALVE STENOSISC99990The cardiac valve orifice is abnormally narrow, to a moderate degree.Moderate Cardiac Valve Stenosis
NO CARDIAC VALVE STENOSISC99992The cardiac valve orifice is not abnormally narrow.No Cardiac Valve Stenosis
SEVERE CARDIAC VALVE STENOSISC100013The cardiac valve orifice is abnormally narrow, to a severe degree.Severe Cardiac Valve Stenosis
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CL.C119016.CVFARSCardiovascular Findings About Results
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C119016Cardiovascular Findings About ResultsTerminology responses used for the cardiovascular findings about test codes and names codelist within CDISC.CDISC SDTM Cardiovascular Findings About Results Terminology
ANGIOGRAPHYC20080A method used to create an image of blood vessels.Angiography
AUGMENTATION OF ORAL DIURETIC THERAPYC119199Initiation or intensification of orally administered medication(s) that promote diuresis to treat heart failure.Oral Diuretic Therapy Augmentation for Heart Failure
AUTOPSYC25153A postmortem examination of the body.Autopsy
CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT OR RAPID WEIGHT GAINC119200Weight gain thought to be related to fluid retention.Weight Gain Due to Fluid Retention
CORONARY LESION ON ANGIOGRAPHYC119201Angiographic evidence of new or worse greater than or equal to 70 percent lesion and/or thrombus in an epicardial coronary artery believed to be responsible for the myocardial ischemic symptoms/signs. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Coronary Lesion by Angiographic Finding
CORONARY REVASCULARIZATIONC119202Need for coronary revascularization procedure (PCI or CABG) for the presumed culprit lesion(s). This criterion would be fulfilled if revascularization was undertaken during the unscheduled hospitalization, or subsequent to transfer to another institution without interceding home discharge. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Coronary Revascularization Procedure
DECREASED EXERCISE TOLERANCEC119203Reduced ability to withstand or participate in activities that induce physical or mental exertion.Decreased Exercise Tolerance
DYSPNEAC2998Includes dyspnea on exertion, dyspnea at rest, orthopnea, and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea.Dyspnea
FATIGUEC3036Unusual tiredness and inability to perform usual activities.Fatigue
HEART FAILURE HOSPITALIZATIONC119204An event where the patient is admitted to the hospital with a primary diagnosis of heart failure (HF), where the length of stay is at least 24 hours (or extends over a calendar date), where the patient exhibits new or worsening symptoms of HF on presentation, has objective evidence of new or worsening HF, and receives initiation or intensification of treatment specifically for HF. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Hospitalization Due to Heart Failure
HEMORRHAGIC STROKEC95803An acute episode of focal or global cerebral or spinal dysfunction caused by intraparenchymal, intraventricular, or subarachnoid hemorrhage.Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Accident
INCREASE IN HEART FAILURE BIOMARKERC119205Biomarker increase (B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP)/ N-terminal pro-BNP (NT-proBNP)) consistent with decompensation of heart failure (such as BNP greater than 500 pg/mL or NT-proBNP greater than 2,000 pg/mL). In patients with chronically elevated natriuretic peptides, a significant increase above baseline is required. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Increase in B-type Natriuretic Peptide or N-terminal pro-B-type Natriuretic Peptide
INCREASED JUGULAR VENOUS PRESSURE OR HEPATOJUGULAR REFLUXC119206Increase in the estimated height of the mean jugular venous waveform above the right atrium in cm.Increase in Jugular Venous Pressure
INCREASING ABDOMINAL DISTENTION OR ASCITESC2885Intra-abdominal fluid accumulation as determined by physical examination (in the absence of primary hepatic disease).Ascites
INDUCIBLE MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIAC119207Definite evidence of inducible myocardial ischemia believed to be responsible for the myocardial ischemic symptoms/signs, demonstrated by any of the following: a) an early positive exercise stress test, defined as ST elevation of greater than or equal to 2 mm ST depression prior to 5 mets, b) stress echocardiography (reversible wall motion abnormality), c) myocardial scintigraphy (reversible perfusion defect), d) MRI (myocardial perfusion deficit under pharmacologic stress). (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Inducible Myocardial Ischemia
INTRAVENOUS DIURETIC, INOTROPE, OR VASODILATOR THERAPYC119208Initiation or intensification of medication(s) administered by vein to treat heart failure, to increase the production of urine, increase cardiac performance, and/or reduce cardiac preload or afterload.Intravenous Diuretic, Inotropic or Vasodilator Augmentation for Heart Failure
INVASIVE DIAGNOSTIC EVIDENCE OF HEART FAILUREC119209Invasive diagnostic evidence with right heart catheterization showing a pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (pulmonary artery occlusion pressure) greater than or equal to 18 mmHg, central venous pressure greater than or equal to 12 mmHg, or a cardiac index less than 2.2 L/min/m2. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Heart Failure by Invasive Diagnostic Technique
ISCHEMIC STROKEC95802Ischemic stroke is defined as an acute episode of focal cerebral, spinal, or retinal dysfunction caused by infarction of central nervous system tissue.Ischemic Cerebrovascular Accident
LOSS OF A SIDE BRANCHC119210Angiographic loss of patency of a side branch.Loss of Patency of Side Branch
LOSS OF MAJOR CORONARYC119211Angiographic loss of patency of a major epicardial vessel.Loss of Patency of Major Vessel
MECHANICAL OR SURGICAL INTERVENTIONC119212Mechanical circulatory support (e.g., intra-aortic balloon pump, ventricular assist device, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, total artificial heart) or mechanical fluid removal (e.g., ultrafiltration, hemofiltration, dialysis). (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Vasculature Mechanical or Surgical Intervention
NEW LOSS OF VIABLE MYOCARDIUMC119213Non-invasive imaging evidence of a loss of viable myocardium when compared with the most recent previous non-invasive imaging study.New Loss of Viable Myocardium by Non-invasive Imaging Technique
NEW REGIONAL WALL MOTION ABNORMALITYC119214Non-invasive imaging evidence of a decrease in regional wall motion contractility compared with the most recent previous non-invasive imaging study.New Regional Wall Motion Abnormality by Non-invasive Imaging Technique
NON-INVASIVE DIAGNOSTIC EVIDENCE OF HEART FAILUREC119215Non-invasive diagnostic evidence of clinically significant elevated left- or right-sided ventricular filling pressure or low cardiac output. For example, echocardiographic criteria could include: E/e' greater than 15 or D-dominant pulmonary venous inflow pattern, plethoric inferior vena cava with minimal collapse on inspiration, or decreased left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) minute stroke distance (time velocity integral (TVI)). (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)Heart Failure by Non-invasive Diagnostic Technique
PERIPHERAL EDEMAC78262Increased tissue fluid indicated by perceptible pitting indentation on lower leg, foot or sacrum after palpation.Edema Limbs
PULMONARY RALES/CRACKLES/CREPITATIONSC119216Abnormal breath sounds caused by the accumulation of fluid in the lungs.Rales
RADIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF PULMONARY CONGESTIONC119217Imaging findings consistent with increased intravascular blood volume in the lungs.Pulmonary Congestion by Radiological Technique
RESTING ECG CHANGESC119218New or worsening ST or T wave changes on resting ECG (in the absence of confounders, such as LBBB or LVH), defined as either: a) Transient ST elevation (duration less than 20 minutes): new ST elevation at the J point in any two contiguous leads (other than leads V2-V3) of greater than or equal to 0.1 mV. In leads V2-V3, the following cut-points apply: greater than or equal to 0.2 mV in men greater than or equal to 40 years, greater than or equal to 0.25 mV in men less than 40 years, and greater than or equal to 0.15 mV in women, or b) ST depression and T-wave changes: new horizontal or down-sloping ST depression greater than or equal to 0.05 mV in two contiguous leads and/or new T inversion greater than or equal to 0.3 mV in two contiguous leads with prominent R wave or R/S ratio greater than 1.Resting ECG Changes
S3 GALLOPC61455Presence of mid-diastolic heart sound.S3 Gallop
SLOW-FLOW/NO-FLOW/EMBOLIZATIONC119219Angiographic reduction of flow into the coronary microcirculation.Flow Reduced in Coronary Microcirculation
STENT THROMBOSIS ARC ACUTEC1234390 to 24 hours after stent implantation. (Cutlip DE, Windecker S, Mehran R, et al. Clinical End Points in Coronary Stent Trials : A Case for Standardized Definitions. Circulation. 2007;115:2344-2351)Academic Research Council Acute Stent Thrombosis
STENT THROMBOSIS ARC LATEC123440Greater than 30 days to 1 year after stent implantation. (Cutlip DE, Windecker S, Mehran R, et al. Clinical End Points in Coronary Stent Trials : A Case for Standardized Definitions. Circulation. 2007;115:2344-2351)Academic Research Council Late Stent Thrombosis
STENT THROMBOSIS ARC SUBACUTEC123441Greater than 24 hours to 30 days after stent implantation. (Cutlip DE, Windecker S, Mehran R, et al. Clinical End Points in Coronary Stent Trials : A Case for Standardized Definitions. Circulation. 2007;115:2344-2351)Academic Research Council Subacute Stent Thrombosis
STENT THROMBOSIS ARC VERY LATEC123442Greater than 1 year after stent implantation. (Cutlip DE, Windecker S, Mehran R, et al. Clinical End Points in Coronary Stent Trials : A Case for Standardized Definitions. Circulation. 2007;115:2344-2351)Academic Research Council Very Late Stent Thrombosis
TYPE 1 MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119220Spontaneous clinical syndrome related to atherosclerotic plaque rupture, ulceration, fissuring, erosion, or dissection, with resulting intraluminal thrombus, and leading to decreased myocardial blood flow or distal platelet emboli with ensuing myocyte necrosis. This classification requires a) detection of a rise and/or fall of cardiac biomarker values [preferably cardiac troponin (cTn)] with at least one value greater than 99th percentile of the upper reference limit (URL) and b) at least one of the following: symptoms of myocardial ischemia; new or presumed new significant ST-segment-T wave (ST-T) changes or new left bundle branch block (LBBB) on the ECG; development of pathological Q waves on the ECG; imaging evidence of new loss of viable myocardium or new regional wall motion abnormality; identification of an intracoronary thrombus by angiography or autopsy. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 1 Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 2 MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119221Ischemic imbalance: Spontaneous clinical syndrome where a condition other than coronary artery disease contributes to an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and/or demand, e.g. coronary endothelial dysfunction, coronary artery spasm, coronary embolism, tachy-/brady-arrhythmias, anemia, respiratory failure, hypotension, and hypertension with or without left ventricular hypertrophy. This classification requires detection of a rise and/or fall of cardiac biomarker values [preferably cardiac troponin (cTn)] with at least one value greater than 99th percentile of the upper reference limit (URL) and b) at least one of the following: symptoms of myocardial ischemia; new or presumed new significant ST-segment-T wave (ST-T) changes or new left bundle branch block (LBBB) on the ECG; development of pathological Q waves on the ECG; imaging evidence of new loss of viable myocardium or new regional wall motion abnormality. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 2 Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 3 MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119222Death, No Biomarkers: Death where symptoms suggestive of myocardial ischemia are present, and with (presumed) new ischemic changes or new LBBB on ECG, but where death occurs before cardiac biomarkers can be obtained, or before cardiac biomarker values could rise. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 3 Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 4A MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119223PCI Related: PCI Related Myocardial infarction associated with and occurring within 48h of percutaneous coronary intervention, with elevation of cardiac biomarker values to greater than 5x 99th percentile of the upper reference limit (URL) in patients with normal baseline values (less than or equal to 99th percentile URL), or a rise of cardiac biomarker values greater than or equal to 20% if the baseline values are elevated and are stable or falling. This classification also requires at least one of the following: symptoms of myocardial ischemia; new ischemic ECG changes or new LBBB; angiographic loss of patency of a major coronary artery or a side branch or persistent slow- or no-flow or embolization; imaging evidence of new loss of viable myocardium or new regional wall motion abnormality. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 4A Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 4B MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119224Stent Thrombosis: Myocardial infarction associated with stent thrombosis as detected by coronary angiography or at autopsy, where symptoms suggestive of myocardial ischemia are present, and with a rise and/or fall of cardiac biomarkers values, with at least one value greater than 99th percentile of the upper reference limit. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 4B Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 4C MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119225Stent Restenosis: Myocardial infarction associated with stent restenosis as detected by coronary angiography or at autopsy, occurring more than 48h after percutaneous coronary intervention, without evidence of stent thrombosis but with symptoms suggestive of myocardial ischemia, and with elevation of cardiac biomarker values to greater than 99th percentile of the upper reference limit (URL). This classification also requires the following: does not meet criteria for any other classification of myocardial infarction; presence of a greater than or equal to 50 percent stenosis at the site of previous successful stent PCI. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 4C Myocardial Infarction
TYPE 5 MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC119226CABG Related: Myocardial infarction associated with and occurring within 48h of coronary artery bypass graft surgery, with elevation of cardiac biomarker values to greater than 10x 99th percentile of the upper reference limit (URL) in patients with normal baseline cardiac biomarker values (less than or equal to 99th percentile URL). This classification also requires at least one of the following: new pathologic Q waves or new LBBB on ECG; angiographic new graft or new native coronary artery occlusion; imaging evidence of new loss of viable myocardium or new regional wall motion abnormality. (Universal definition of myocardial infarction, Kristian Thygesen, Joseph S. Alpert and Harvey D. White on behalf of the Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for the Redefinition of Myocardial Infarction, Eur Heart J (2007) 28 (20): 2525-2538.)Joint Task Force Type 5 Myocardial Infarction
UNDETERMINED STROKEC3390An acute episode of focal or global neurological dysfunction caused by presumed brain, spinal cord, or retinal vascular injury as a result of hemorrhage or infarction but with insufficient information to allow categorization as ischemic or hemorrhagic.Cerebrovascular Accident
URGENT HEART FAILURE VISITC119227An event where the patient has an urgent, unscheduled office/practice or emergency department visit for a primary diagnosis of heart failure (HF) but is not admitted to the hospital, where the patient exhibits new or worsening symptoms of HF on presentation, has objective evidence of new or worsening HF, and receives initiation or intensification of treatment specifically for HF, with the exception that changes to oral diuretic therapy do no qualify as initiation or intensification of treatment. (Hicks KA, Tcheng JE, Bozkurt B, Chaitman BR, Cutlip DE, Farb A, Fonarow GC, Jacobs JP, Jaff MR, Lichtman JH, Limacher MC, Mahaffey KW, Mehran, R, Nissen SE, Smith EE, Targum SL. 2014 ACC/AHA Key Data Elements and Definitions For Cardiovascular Endpoint Events In Clinical Trials: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Clinical Data Standards (Writing Committee to Develop Cardiovascular End Points Data Standards) J Am Coll Cardiol 2014; In Press)ER or Office Visit Due to Heart Failure
VOLUME OVERLOADC50591Excessive accumulation of intravascular fluid resulting from compromised regulatory mechanisms.Hypervolemia
WORSENED END-ORGAN PERFUSIONC119228Decreased blood supply to the vital organs (kidney, liver, lungs, heart, brain).Worsened End-Organ Perfusion
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CL.C119015.CVFATSCDCardiovascular Findings About Test Code
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C119015Cardiovascular Findings About Test CodeTerminology relevant to the test codes that describe findings about a cardiovascular event or intervention.CDISC SDTM Cardiovascular Findings About Test Code Terminology
ACMITYPEC118936Acute Myocardial Infarction TypeCategorization of the type of acute myocardial infarction.Acute Myocardial Infarction Type
CATMTHIDC119229Coronary Artery Thrombosis Method IdentThe method by which the coronary artery thrombosis event is determined or diagnosed.Coronary Artery Thrombosis Method of Identification
ENDPTINDC119230Endpoint Event IndicatorAn indication as to whether the event meets the criteria for being a clinical endpoint.Endpoint Event Indicator
HETYPEC119231Healthcare Encounter TypeCategorization of the type of healthcare encounter.Healthcare Encounter Type
HFLBFNWC119232Heart Failure New/Worsening Lab FindingsCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or worsening laboratory findings of heart failure present at the time of patient presentation.Lab Findings of New or Worsening Heart Failure
HFPEFNWC119233Heart Failure New/Worsening PE FindingsCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or worsening physical exam findings of heart failure present at the time of patient presentation.Physical Examination Findings of New or Worsening Heart Failure
HFTHERINC119234Heart Failure Therapy, IntensificationCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or intensified treatment administered for heart failure management.Heart Failure Therapy Intensification Type
ISCDINDC119235Ischemic Discomfort IndicatorAn indicator as to whether the subject has symptoms of ischemic discomfort.Ischemic Discomfort Indicator
ISCETYPC119236Ischemic Evidence TypeCategorization of the type of objective evidence of new or worsening ischemia.Ischemic Evidence Type
MI12EXCC119237Exclusion of Type 1 and Type 2 MIAn indication of whether a Type 1 and Type 2 myocardial infarction is excluded as a diagnosis.Exclusion of Type 1 and Type 2 Myocardial Infarction Diagnosis Indicator
NINVIMGCC123443Non-Invasive Imaging ChangeA description of the clinical change to the subject after a non-invasive imaging procedure.Clinical Change by Non-Invasive Imaging Procedure
NWSYMPC119238New or Worsening SymptomsA description of the new or worsening symptoms related to a clinical event.New or Worsening Symptom
PCIAACC119239PCI Acute Angiographic ComplicationCategorization of the type of acute PCI angiographic complication resulting in acute myocardial ischemia.Acute Myocardial Infarction From PCI Complication Type
PRSUCINDC119240Procedure Success IndicatorAn indication as to whether the procedure is considered successful.Procedure Success Indicator
PRUSTATC101230Procedure Urgency Status TypeThe degree of urgency in which a medical procedure must be performed.Triage Status
STCTIMNGC123424Stent Thrombosis, Coronary, ARC TimingCategorization of the timing of coronary stent thrombosis occurrence per the classification schema described by the Academic Research Consortium (ARC).Academic Research Council Coronary Stent Thrombosis Timing
STROKTYPC119579Stroke TypeCategorization of the type of stroke.Stroke Type
SYMPINDCC119241Symptom IndicatorAn indication as to whether the subject had symptoms related to the clinical event.Symptom Indicator
SYMSTDTCC119242Symptom Onset DateThe date time of the onset of symptoms of the clinical event.Symptom Onset Date
VOC48INDC119243Vessel Occlusion After CABG 48 IndAn indication as to whether vessel occlusion, in the native or bypass graft, occurred within 48 hours after the coronary artery bypass graft procedure.Vessel Occlusion 48 Hours after CABG Indicator
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CL.C119014.CVFATSCardiovascular Findings About Test Name
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C119014Cardiovascular Findings About Test NameTerminology relevant to the test names that describe findings about a cardiovascular event or intervention.CDISC SDTM Cardiovascular Findings About Test Name Terminology
Acute Myocardial Infarction TypeC118936Acute Myocardial Infarction TypeCategorization of the type of acute myocardial infarction.Acute Myocardial Infarction Type
Coronary Artery Thrombosis Method IdentC119229Coronary Artery Thrombosis Method IdentThe method by which the coronary artery thrombosis event is determined or diagnosed.Coronary Artery Thrombosis Method of Identification
Endpoint Event IndicatorC119230Endpoint Event IndicatorAn indication as to whether the event meets the criteria for being a clinical endpoint.Endpoint Event Indicator
Exclusion of Type 1 and Type 2 MIC119237Exclusion of Type 1 and Type 2 MIAn indication of whether a Type 1 and Type 2 myocardial infarction is excluded as a diagnosis.Exclusion of Type 1 and Type 2 Myocardial Infarction Diagnosis Indicator
Healthcare Encounter TypeC119231Healthcare Encounter TypeCategorization of the type of healthcare encounter.Healthcare Encounter Type
Heart Failure New/Worsening Lab FindingsC119232Heart Failure New/Worsening Lab FindingsCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or worsening laboratory findings of heart failure present at the time of patient presentation.Lab Findings of New or Worsening Heart Failure
Heart Failure New/Worsening PE FindingsC119233Heart Failure New/Worsening PE FindingsCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or worsening physical exam findings of heart failure present at the time of patient presentation.Physical Examination Findings of New or Worsening Heart Failure
Heart Failure Therapy, IntensificationC119234Heart Failure Therapy, IntensificationCategorization of the type(s) of new and/or intensified treatment administered for heart failure management.Heart Failure Therapy Intensification Type
Ischemic Discomfort IndicatorC119235Ischemic Discomfort IndicatorAn indicator as to whether the subject has symptoms of ischemic discomfort.Ischemic Discomfort Indicator
Ischemic Evidence TypeC119236Ischemic Evidence TypeCategorization of the type of objective evidence of new or worsening ischemia.Ischemic Evidence Type
New or Worsening SymptomsC119238New or Worsening SymptomsA description of the new or worsening symptoms related to a clinical event.New or Worsening Symptom
Non-Invasive Imaging ChangeC123443Non-Invasive Imaging ChangeA description of the clinical change to the subject after a non-invasive imaging procedure.Clinical Change by Non-Invasive Imaging Procedure
PCI Acute Angiographic ComplicationC119239PCI Acute Angiographic ComplicationCategorization of the type of acute PCI angiographic complication resulting in acute myocardial ischemia.Acute Myocardial Infarction From PCI Complication Type
Procedure Success IndicatorC119240Procedure Success IndicatorAn indication as to whether the procedure is considered successful.Procedure Success Indicator
Procedure Urgency Status TypeC101230Procedure Urgency Status TypeThe degree of urgency in which a medical procedure must be performed.Triage Status
Stent Thrombosis, Coronary, ARC TimingC123424Stent Thrombosis, Coronary, ARC TimingCategorization of the timing of coronary stent thrombosis occurrence per the classification schema described by the Academic Research Consortium (ARC).Academic Research Council Coronary Stent Thrombosis Timing
Stroke TypeC119579Stroke TypeCategorization of the type of stroke.Stroke Type
Symptom IndicatorC119241Symptom IndicatorAn indication as to whether the subject had symptoms related to the clinical event.Symptom Indicator
Symptom Onset DateC119242Symptom Onset DateThe date time of the onset of symptoms of the clinical event.Symptom Onset Date
Vessel Occlusion After CABG 48 IndC119243Vessel Occlusion After CABG 48 IndAn indication as to whether vessel occlusion, in the native or bypass graft, occurred within 48 hours after the coronary artery bypass graft procedure.Vessel Occlusion 48 Hours after CABG Indicator
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CL.C101847.CVTESTCDCardiovascular Test Code
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C101847Cardiovascular Test CodeA terminology codelist to describe the test code for a physiological examination of the cardiovascular system.CDISC SDTM Cardiovascular Test Code Terminology
AAUGIXC122038Aortic Augmentation IndexThe augmentation pressure divided by the aortic pulse pressure (aortic systolic minus aortic diastolic pressure) multiplied by 100, expressed as a percentage.Aortic Augmentation Index
AAUGIX75C122083Aortic Augmentation Index at 75bpmThe aortic augmentation index normalized to a heart rate of 75 beats per minute.Aortic Augmentation Index at 75bpm
AAUGPRC122084Aortic Augmentation PressureThe difference between the second pressure peak in the aortic wave, secondary to the pressure wave reflection from the sites of peripheral arterial impedance mismatch (P2) and the first pressure peak in the aortic wave form, secondary to ventricular ejection (P1).Aortic Augmentation Pressure
AAUGPRP1C122085Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P1The first pressure peak in the aortic wave form secondary to ventricular ejection.Augmentation Pressure Point P1
AAUGPRP2C122086Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P2The second pressure peak in the aortic waveform secondary to pressure wave reflection from the periphery.Augmentation Pressure Point P2
CARDIDXC119245Cardiac IndexThe measure of an individual's cardiac output divided by the individual's body surface area (CI= CO/BSA).Cardiac Index
CARDOUTC119246Cardiac OutputThe total volume of blood pumped by the heart over a set period of time, conventionally one minute; it is calculated as heart rate times stroke volume (CO= HR x SV).Cardiac Output
COARTDOMC100086Coronary Artery DominanceThe pattern of the epicardial vessels supplying the posterolateral and posterior descending coronary arteries.Coronary Artery Dominance
CVLREGTSC102244Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation SeverityThe qualitative measurement of the severity of cardiac valvular regurgitation.Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation Severity
CVLSTNSC102245Cardiac Valvular Stenosis SeverityThe qualitative measurement of the severity of cardiac valvular stenosis.Cardiac Valvular Stenosis Severity
EJWAMPC122088Ejection Wave AmplitudeThe magnitude of the ejection wave that occurs when blood is ejected into the aorta by the left ventricle.Ejection Wave Amplitude
ISHMYOPC80494Ischemic Myocardium PercentageThe percentage of myocardial tissue which exhibits characteristics of inadequate blood flow (ischemia).Ischemic Myocardium Percentage
LADMNC99970Left Atrium DimensionThe diameter across the left atrium measured at the end of systole.Left Atrium Dimension
LVDMNEDC99976Left Ventricle Dimension, End-DiastoleThe diameter across the ventricle at the end of diastole, excluding the thickness of the walls.Left Ventricle Dimension at End-Diastole
LVDMNESC99977Left Ventricular Dimension, End-SystoleThe diameter across the ventricle at the end of systole, excluding the thickness of the walls.Left Ventricular Dimension at End-Systole
LVEFC99524Left Ventricular Ejection FractionThe percent or fraction of the left ventricular end diastolic volume ejected in systole. The left ventricular ejection fraction is equal to the left ventricular stroke volume divided by the left ventricular end diastolic volume.Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction
NUMDCAVC99996Number of Diseased Coronary VesselsNumber of major epicardial vessels with greater than or equal to 70% reduction in diameter or greater than or equal to 50% reduction in cross-sectional area.Number of Diseased Coronary Artery Vessels
PVRC119247Pulmonary Vascular ResistanceThe resistance to blood flow through the pulmonary vasculature.Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
PWVC122087Pulse Wave VelocityThe distance traveled by the peak of the ventricular ejection pressure wave per unit of time.Pulse Wave Velocity
RFLMAGC122089Reflection MagnitudeThe reflected-to-forward pressure wave amplitude ratio. (Hashimoto J et al, J Hypertens. 2008 May;26(5):1017-24)Reflection Magnitude
RFLWAMPC122090Reflection Wave AmplitudeThe summation of the numerous waves being reflected by sites of impedance mismatch where central elastic arteries join more muscular arteries.Reflection Wave Amplitude
STROKVOLC94989Stroke VolumeThe difference in the volumes of blood between the points of maximum dilation and maximum contraction. This is the end diastolic volume minus the end systolic volume.Stroke Volume
SVRC119248Systemic Vascular Resistance;Total Peripheral ResistanceThe resistance to blood flow through the systemic vasculature.Systemic Vascular Resistance
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CL.C101846.CVTESTCardiovascular Test Name
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C101846Cardiovascular Test NameA terminology codelist to describe the test name for a physiological examination of the cardiovascular system.CDISC SDTM Cardiovascular Test Name Terminology
Aortic Augmentation IndexC122038Aortic Augmentation IndexThe augmentation pressure divided by the aortic pulse pressure (aortic systolic minus aortic diastolic pressure) multiplied by 100, expressed as a percentage.Aortic Augmentation Index
Aortic Augmentation Index at 75bpmC122083Aortic Augmentation Index at 75bpmThe aortic augmentation index normalized to a heart rate of 75 beats per minute.Aortic Augmentation Index at 75bpm
Aortic Augmentation PressureC122084Aortic Augmentation PressureThe difference between the second pressure peak in the aortic wave, secondary to the pressure wave reflection from the sites of peripheral arterial impedance mismatch (P2) and the first pressure peak in the aortic wave form, secondary to ventricular ejection (P1).Aortic Augmentation Pressure
Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P1C122085Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P1The first pressure peak in the aortic wave form secondary to ventricular ejection.Augmentation Pressure Point P1
Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P2C122086Aortic Augmentation Pressure Peak P2The second pressure peak in the aortic waveform secondary to pressure wave reflection from the periphery.Augmentation Pressure Point P2
Cardiac IndexC119245Cardiac IndexThe measure of an individual's cardiac output divided by the individual's body surface area (CI= CO/BSA).Cardiac Index
Cardiac OutputC119246Cardiac OutputThe total volume of blood pumped by the heart over a set period of time, conventionally one minute; it is calculated as heart rate times stroke volume (CO= HR x SV).Cardiac Output
Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation SeverityC102244Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation SeverityThe qualitative measurement of the severity of cardiac valvular regurgitation.Cardiac Valvular Regurgitation Severity
Cardiac Valvular Stenosis SeverityC102245Cardiac Valvular Stenosis SeverityThe qualitative measurement of the severity of cardiac valvular stenosis.Cardiac Valvular Stenosis Severity
Coronary Artery DominanceC100086Coronary Artery DominanceThe pattern of the epicardial vessels supplying the posterolateral and posterior descending coronary arteries.Coronary Artery Dominance
Ejection Wave AmplitudeC122088Ejection Wave AmplitudeThe magnitude of the ejection wave that occurs when blood is ejected into the aorta by the left ventricle.Ejection Wave Amplitude
Ischemic Myocardium PercentageC80494Ischemic Myocardium PercentageThe percentage of myocardial tissue which exhibits characteristics of inadequate blood flow (ischemia).Ischemic Myocardium Percentage
Left Atrium DimensionC99970Left Atrium DimensionThe diameter across the left atrium measured at the end of systole.Left Atrium Dimension
Left Ventricle Dimension, End-DiastoleC99976Left Ventricle Dimension, End-DiastoleThe diameter across the ventricle at the end of diastole, excluding the thickness of the walls.Left Ventricle Dimension at End-Diastole
Left Ventricular Dimension, End-SystoleC99977Left Ventricular Dimension, End-SystoleThe diameter across the ventricle at the end of systole, excluding the thickness of the walls.Left Ventricular Dimension at End-Systole
Left Ventricular Ejection FractionC99524Left Ventricular Ejection FractionThe percent or fraction of the left ventricular end diastolic volume ejected in systole. The left ventricular ejection fraction is equal to the left ventricular stroke volume divided by the left ventricular end diastolic volume.Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction
Number of Diseased Coronary VesselsC99996Number of Diseased Coronary VesselsNumber of major epicardial vessels with greater than or equal to 70% reduction in diameter or greater than or equal to 50% reduction in cross-sectional area.Number of Diseased Coronary Artery Vessels
Pulmonary Vascular ResistanceC119247Pulmonary Vascular ResistanceThe resistance to blood flow through the pulmonary vasculature.Pulmonary Vascular Resistance
Pulse Wave VelocityC122087Pulse Wave VelocityThe distance traveled by the peak of the ventricular ejection pressure wave per unit of time.Pulse Wave Velocity
Reflection MagnitudeC122089Reflection MagnitudeThe reflected-to-forward pressure wave amplitude ratio. (Hashimoto J et al, J Hypertens. 2008 May;26(5):1017-24)Reflection Magnitude
Reflection Wave AmplitudeC122090Reflection Wave AmplitudeThe summation of the numerous waves being reflected by sites of impedance mismatch where central elastic arteries join more muscular arteries.Reflection Wave Amplitude
Stroke VolumeC94989Stroke VolumeThe difference in the volumes of blood between the points of maximum dilation and maximum contraction. This is the end diastolic volume minus the end systolic volume.Stroke Volume
Systemic Vascular ResistanceC119248Systemic Vascular Resistance;Total Peripheral ResistanceThe resistance to blood flow through the systemic vasculature.Systemic Vascular Resistance
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CL.C74558.DSCATCategory for Disposition Event
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C74558Category for Disposition EventClassifications that describe and group pertinent events that occur throughout the conduct of a clinical trial.CDISC SDTM Category For Disposition Event Terminology
DISPOSITION EVENTC74590Disposition EventThe group of incidents that occur during a clinical trial and describe whether a subject completed the study epoch or the reason this event did not occur. The subject's disposition is often described for each phase of the study.Protocol Disposition Event
OTHER EVENTC74589Other EventOther important events that occur during a trial but are not driven by protocol requirements.Protocol Event
PROTOCOL MILESTONEC74588Protocol MilestoneOccurrences within some epochs that are initiated by a protocol-specified event. The most common protocol milestone is "Informed Consent Obtained" which usually documents the start of the study.Protocol Milestone
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CL.C66797.IECATCategory for Inclusion/Exclusion
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C66797Category for Inclusion/ExclusionA collection of criteria on which subjects are evaluated and that must be met by all study subjects. (NCI)CDISC SDTM Category for Inclusion And Or Exclusion Terminology
EXCLUSIONC25370List of characteristics in a protocol, any one of which may exclude a potential subject from participation in a study. (CDISC glossary)Exclusion Criteria
INCLUSIONC25532The criteria in a protocol that prospective subjects must meet to be eligible for participation in a study. NOTE: Exclusion and inclusion criteria define the study population. See also exclusion criteria. (CDISC glossary)Inclusion Criteria
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CL.C118971.CCCATCategory of Clinical Classification
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C118971Category of Clinical ClassificationA grouping of observations within the Clinical Classification domain.CDISC Clinical Classification Category Terminology
APACHE IIC121005APCH1Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II (APACHE II) (Knaus WA, Draper EA, Wagner DP, Zimmerman JE. APACHE II: a severity of disease classification system. Critical Care Medicine 1985; 13(10):818-29).Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Clinical Classification
ARC STC GRADEC119107STCG01Stent Thrombosis Coronary ARC Grade (Cutlip DE, Windecker S, Mehran R, et al. Clinical End Points in Coronary Stent Trials : A Case for Standardized Definitions. Circulation. 2007;115:2344-2351).Stent Thrombosis Coronary ARC Grade Clinical Classification
ASCVD 10-YEAR RISKC124705ASCVD1Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator (Goff Jr DC et al. 2013 ACC/AHA Guideline on the Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk: A Report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines. Circulation 2014; 129: S49-S73).Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Estimator Clinical Classification
ASSIGN CVD 10-YEAR RISKC124706ASSG01ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score (Woodward M, Brindle P, Tunstall-Pedoe H, for the SIGN group on risk estimation. Adding social deprivation and family history to cardiovascular risk assessment: the ASSIGN score from the Scottish Heart Health Extended Cohort (SHHEC). Heart 2007; 93: 172-176).ASSIGN Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification
BODE INDEXC121006BODE01The Body-Mass Index, Airflow Obstruction, Dyspnea, and Exercise Capacity Index (BODE Index) (Bartolome R. Celli, M.D., Claudia G. Cote, M.D., Jose M. Marin, M.D., Ciro Casanova, M.D., Maria Montes de Oca, M.D., Reina A. Mendez, M.D., Victor Pinto Plata, M.D., and Howard J. Cabral, Ph.D.; N Engl J Med 2004;350:1005-12).The Body-Mass Index, Airflow Obstruction, Dyspnea, and Exercise Capacity Index Clinical Classification
CDC HIV CLASSIFICATION FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTSC124715CHIVC1CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 1993 Revised Classification System for HIV Infection and Expanded Surveillance Case Definition for AIDS Among Adolescents and Adults. MMWR Recomm Rep. 1992 Dec 18;41(RR-17):1-19).Center for Disease Control and Prevention Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification
CHILD-PUGH CLASSIFICATIONC121007CPS01Child-Pugh Classification (Guidance for Industry Pharmacokinetics in Patients with Impaired Hepatic Function: Study Design, Data Analysis, and Impact on Dosing and Labeling. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Food and Drug Administration; Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER); Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER). May 2003, Clinical Pharmacology. http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Drugs/GuidanceComplianceRegulatoryInformation/Guidances/UCM072123.pdf; http://www.halaven.com/sites/default/files/ChildPugh_FlashCard.pdf).Child-Pugh Clinical Classification
CRS-RC124711CRSR01JFK Coma Recovery Scale-Revised (CRS-R) (Joseph T. Giacino, Kathleen Kalmar, John Whyte. The JFK Coma Recovery Scale-Revised: Measurement Characteristics and Diagnostic Utility. Arch Phys Med Rehabil Vol 85, December 2004).JFK Coma Recovery Scale-Revised Clinical Classification
ESRSAC117997ESRSA1Extrapyramidal Symptom Rating Scale-Abbreviated (ESRS-A) (Copyright 2006 Larry Alphs, MD, PhD, Guy Chouinard, MD, All Rights Reserved).Extrapyramidal Symptom Rating Scale-Abbreviated Clinical Classification
FHS CVD 10-YEAR RISKC124707FCVD1Framingham Heart Study Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score (D'Agostino Sr RB, Vasan RS, Pencina MJ, Wolf PA, Cobain M, Massaro JM, and Kannel WB. General Cardiovascular Risk Profile for Use in Primary Care: The Framingham Heart Study. Circulation 2008; 117: 743-753).Framingham Heart Study Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification
GCS NINDS VERSIONC124710GCS01Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) Version (Graham Teasdale and Bryan Jennett. Assessment of coma and impaired consciousness. A practical scale. Lancet. 1974 Jul 13; 2(7872):81-4).Glasgow Coma Scale-NINDS Version Clinical Classification
HAM-AC102118HAMA1The Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale (HAM-A) (Hamilton M. The assessment of anxiety states by rating. Br J Med Psychol 1959; 32:50-55).Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale Clinical Classification
HAMD 21C102119HAMD2The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 21-Item (HAMD 21) (Hedlund and Vieweg, The Hamilton rating scale for depression. Journal of Operational Psychiatry, 1979;10(2):149-165).Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 21-Item Clinical Classification
MELDC121008MELD01Model for End Stage Liver Disease (MELD) (Malinchoc M, Kamath PS, Gordon FD, Peine CJ, Rank J, ter Borg PC (April 2000). A model to predict poor survival in patients undergoing transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts. Hepatology 31 (4): 864-71).Model for End Stage Liver Disease Clinical Classification
NHLBI CAD GRADEC119105CADG01Coronary Artery Dissection NHLBI Grade (Coronary Artery angiographic changes after PTCA: Manual of Operations NHBLI PTCA Registry 1985-6:9).Coronary Artery Dissection NHLBI Grade Clinical Classification
NSA-16C121009NSA01Negative Symptom Assessment-16 (NSA-16) (Version 2.0, Copyright 2006, Larry Alphs, MD, PhD, All Right Reserved).Negative Symptom Assessment-16 Clinical Classification
PANSSC124712PANSS1Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) (Copyright 1992 Multi-Health Systems Inc. All rights reserved).Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale Clinical Classification
REYNOLDS CVD 10-YEAR RISKC124708RCVD01Reynolds Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score (Ridker PM, Buring JE, Rifai N, Cook NR. Development and Validation of Improved Algorithms for the Assessment of Global Cardiovascular Risk in Women: The Reynolds Risk Score. Jama 2007; 297: 611-619), (Ridker PM, Paynter NP, Rifai N, Gaziano JM, Cook NR. C-Reactive Protein and Parental History Improve Global Cardiovascular Risk Prediction: The Reynolds Risk Score for Men. Circulation2008; 118(22): 2243-2251).Reynolds Cardiovascular Disease 10-Year Risk Score Clinical Classification
TANNER SCALE BOYC124703TANN02Tanner Scale Boy (Marshall WA, Tanner JM. Variations in pattern of pubertal changes in boys. Arch Dis Child 1970 Feb;45(239):13-23).Tanner Scale Boy Version Clinical Classification
TANNER SCALE GIRLC124704TANN01Tanner Scale Girl (Marshall WA, Tanner JM. Variations in pattern of pubertal changes in girls. Arch Dis Child 1969 Jun; 44(235): 291-303).Tanner Scale Girl Version Clinical Classification
TIMI THROMBUS GRADEC119104TIMG01Coronary Thrombus TIMI Grade (TIMI Definitions for Commonly Used Terms in Clinical Trials. Available at http://www.timi.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/TIMI-Definitions.pdf. Accessed November 30, 2013).Coronary Thrombus TIMI Grade Clinical Classification
WEST HAVEN HEPATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY GRADEC124709WHEG01West Haven Hepatic Encephalopathy Grade (Blei AT, Cordoba J. Hepatic Encephalopathy. Am J Gastroenterol. 2001 Jul. 96(7):1968-76).West Haven Hepatic Encephalopathy Grade Clinical Classification
WHO HIV STAGING FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTSC124713WHIVS1WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Adults and Adolescents (Copyright World Health Organization 2007, World Health Organization. WHO case definitions of HIV for surveillance and revised clinical staging and immunological classification of HIV-related disease in adults and children; 2007. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/hiv/pub/vct/hivstaging/en/).World Health Organization Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification
WHO HIV STAGING FOR CHILDRENC124714WHIVS2WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Children (Copyright World Health Organization 2007, World Health Organization. WHO case definitions of HIV for surveillance and revised clinical staging and immunological classification of HIV-related disease in adults and children; 2007. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/hiv/pub/vct/hivstaging/en/).World Health Organization Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Children Clinical Classification
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CL.C111109.DECATCategory of Device Events
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C111109Category of Device EventsA terminology codelist based on the category of related records for the device event.CDISC SDTM Device Events Category Terminology
CALIBRATION FAILUREC62994Calibrate, Failure To;Failure to CalibrateIssue associated with the failure of the device to perform a self-calibration procedure or process designed to assure the accuracy and proper performance of the device. (FDA)Medical Device Failure to Calibrate
COMPUTER SOFTWARE ISSUEC63269Software MalfunctionIssue associated with written programs, codes, and/or software system that affects device performance or communication with another device. (NCI)Computer Software Problem Associated with Medical Device
DATA STORAGE FAILUREC116121Issue associated with the failure of the software to store collected data.Data Storage Failure
DEVICE OPERATIONAL ISSUEC62954Device Operational MalfunctionIssue associated with any deviations from specifications relating to device operations (e.g. deployment, connection, electrical, computer software, infusion/flow, output, protective-measure, and incompatibility issues).Medical Device Operational Issue
NON-STUDY EQUIPMENT ISSUEC112361Non-Study Equipment MalfunctionIssue associated with any deviations from specifications relating to non-study device or equipment operations.Non-Study Device Issue
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCEC111309An inspection and/or surveillance activity that has been anticipated to occur and was assigned a time or date when that activity is to be performed. (NCI)Scheduled Maintenance
SOFTWARE UPDATEC67227All program coding after initial deployment to correct coding errors, enhance the functionality of the software, and perfect the functioning of the software. (NCI)Software Maintenance
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CL.C115304.FTCATCategory of Functional Test
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C115304Category of Functional TestA grouping of observations within the Functional Test domain.CDISC Functional Test Category Terminology
AVLTC102112AVL01The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative's (ADNI) version of the Auditory Verbal Learning Test (AVLT Version A) modified from Rey A. L'examen clinique en psychologie [Clinical tests in psychology]. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; 1964.Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative Auditory Verbal Learning Test Functional Test
AVLT-REYC123668AVL02Auditory Verbal Learning Test (AVLT-Rey) (Modified from Rey A. L'examen clinique en psychologie [Clinical tests in psychology]. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France; 1964. Test-Retest Reliability of a New Form of Auditory Verbal Learning Test (AVLT); Archives of Clinical Neuropsycology, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 303-316, 1994. Performance of Healthy Subjects and Patients with Resection from the Anterior Temporal Lobe on Matched Tests of Verbal and Visuoperceptual Learning; Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 1996, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 416-430).Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Functional Test
BACSC121004BACS1Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia (BACS) (Richard Keefe, PhD, Copyright 1999 Duke University Medical Center, Licenses available through Neurocog Trials, Inc.).Brief Assessment of Cognition in Schizophrenia Functional Test
HAUSER AMBULATION INDEXC115790HAI01Hauser Ambulation Index (AI) (Hauser SL, Dawson DM, Lehrich JR, Beal MF, Kevy SV, Propper RD, Mills JA, Weiner HL. Intensive immunosuppression in progressive multiple sclerosis. A randomized, three-arm study of high-dose intravenous cyclophosphamide, plasma exchange, and ACTH. N Engl J Med. 1983 Jan 27;308(4):173-80).Hauser Ambulation Index Functional Test
MOCAC123667MOCA01Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) (Copyright Z. Nasreddine MD. Ziad S. Nasreddine, Natalie A. Phillips, Valerie Bedirian, Simon Charbonneau, Victor Whitehead, Isabelle Collin, Jeffrey L. Cummings and Howard Chertkow. The Montreal Cognitive Assessment, MoCA: A Brief Screening Tool For Mild Cognitive Impairment. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2005 Apr;53(4):695-9).Montreal Cognitive Assessment Functional Test
NHPTC115791NHPT01Nine-Hole Peg Test (NHPT) (Copyright 2001, National Multiple Sclerosis Society).Nine-Hole Peg Functional Test
PASATC115792PASAT1Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test (PASAT) (Copyright 2001, National Multiple Sclerosis Society).Paced Auditory Serial Addition Functional Test
SDMTC115793SDMT01Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) (Copyright 1973 by Western Psychological Services).Symbol Digit Modalities Functional Test
SIX MINUTE WALKC115789SIXMW16 Minute Walk Test (6MWT) (Goldman MD, Marrie RA, Cohen JA. Evaluation of the six-minute walk in multiple sclerosis subjects and healthy controls. Multiple Sclerosis 2008; 14: 383-390).6 Minute Walk Functional Test
T25FWC115794T25FW1Timed 25-Foot Walk (T25FW) (Copyright 2001, National Multiple Sclerosis Society).Timed 25-Foot Walk Functional Test
TMTC92205TMT01Trail Making Test (TMT) [(Copyright Owner: Dr. Jim Hom, The Neuropsychology Center, 500 N. Central Expressway, Suite 272, Plano TX 75074-6877. Ph: 469-429-8890, www.neuropsych.com.)(Manual: Army Individual Test. War Department, The Adjutant General's Office, 1944.)(Reitan RM. The Relation of the Trail Making Test to Organic Brain Damage; Journal of Consulting Psychology 1955 Oct 19(5):393-4.)(Reitan R.M. (1958). The validity of the Trail Making Test as an indicator of organic brain damage; Perceptual and Motor Skills, 8, 271-276.)].Trail Making Test
TUGC115795TUG01Timed Up and Go (TUG) (Podsiadlo D, Richardson S. The Timed 'Up & Go': a test of basic functional mobility for frail elderly persons. J Am Geriatr Soc. 1991; 39:142-148).Timed Up and Go Functional Test
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CL.C124298.ONCRSCATCategory of Oncology Response Assessment
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C124298Category of Oncology Response AssessmentThe named criteria used for the grouping of assessments of response to treatment or therapy observations for oncology studies within the Disease Response and Clinical Classification domain.CDISC SDTM Category of Oncology Response Assessment Terminology
RECIST 1.0C124414Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors (RECIST) version 1.0 (Therasse P, Arbuck SG, Eisenhauer EA, Wanders J, Kaplan RS, Rubenstein L, Verweij J, Van Glabbeke M, van Oosterom AT, Christian MC, Gwyther SG. New Guidelines to Evaluate the Response to Treatment in Solid Tumors. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 2000; 92(3):205-216).Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors Version 1.0
RECIST 1.1C124415Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors (RECIST) version 1.1 (E.A. Eisenhauer, P. Therasse, J. Bogaerts, L.H. Schwartz, D. Sargent, R. Ford, J. Dancey, S. Arbuck, S. Gwyther, M. Mooney, L. Rubinstein, L. Shankar, L. Dodd, R. Kaplan, D. Lacombe, J. Verweij. New response evaluation criteria in solid tumours; Revised RECIST guideline (version 1.1). European Journal of Cancer 2009; 45:228-247).Response Evaluation Criteria in Solid Tumors Version 1.1
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CL.C100129.QSCATCategory of Questionnaire
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C100129Category of QuestionnaireA grouping of observations within the Questionnaire domain.CDISC Questionnaire Category Terminology
ACQC122370ACQ01Asthma Control Questionnaire (ACQ) (The Asthma Control Questionnaire is copyrighted. It may not be changed, translated or sold [paper or software] without the permission of Elizabeth Juniper. Juniper EF, O'Byrne PM, Guyatt GH, Ferrie PJ, King DR. Development and validation of a questionnaire to measure asthma control. Eur Respir J 1999;14:902-907).Asthma Control Questionnaire
ACTC123658ACT01Asthma Control Test (ACT) (Asthma Control Test copyright, QualityMetric Incorporated 2002, 2004. All Rights Reserved. Asthma Control Test is a trademark of QualityMetric Incorporated. Nathan RA, Sorkness CA, Kosinski M, Schatz M, Li JT, Marcus P, Murray JJ, Pendergraft TB. Development of the asthma control test: a survey for assessing asthma control. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2004 Jan;113(1):59-65).Asthma Control Test Questionnaire
ADAS-COGC100762ADCThe CDISC version of the Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive (ADAS-Cog CDISC Version) containing 15 summary-level tests. This version is based on combining the total pool of ADAS-Cog tests that were observed during a review of multiple case report forms administered in clinical trials of Alzheimer's disease, as well as the CRF administered in the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) observational study. (Modified from Mohs RC, Rosen WG, Davis KL. The Alzheimer's disease assessment scale: an instrument for assessing treatment efficacy. Psychopharmacol Bull 1983;19(3):448-450. Rosen WG, Mohs RC, Davis KL. A new rating scale for Alzheimer's disease. Am J Psychiatry 1984;141(11):1356-1364. Mohs RC, Knopman D, Petersen RC et al. Development of cognitive instruments for use in clinical trials of antidementia drugs: additions to the Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale that broaden its scope. The Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord 1997;11 Suppl 2:S13-S21. Wouters H, van Gool WA, Schmand B, Lindeboom R. Revising the ADAS-cog for a more accurate assessment of cognitive impairment. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord 2008;22(3):236-244.).Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive CDISC Version Questionnaire
ADCS-ADLC105166ADL01Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory (ADCS-ADL) (Galasko, D., Bennett, D., Sano, M., Ernesto, C., Thomas, R., Grundman, M., Ferris, S., and the ADCS. "An Inventory to Assess Activities of Daily Living for Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease." Alzheimer's Disease and Associated Disorders, 1997. Volume 11(2): S33-S39).Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study Activities of Daily Living Inventory Questionnaire
ADCS-ADL MCIC106888ADL03Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory (ADCS-ADL), MCI Version (Galasko, D., Bennett, D., Sano, M., Ernesto, C., Thomas, R., Grundman, M., Ferris, S., and the ADCS. An Inventory to Assess Activities of Daily Living for Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease. Alzheimer's Disease and Associated Disorders, 1997. Volume 11(2): S33-S39).Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Mild Cognitive Impairment Questionnaire
ADCS-ADL SEVERE DEMENTIAC106889ADL02Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory (ADCS-ADL), Severe Dementia Version (Galasko, D., Bennett, D., Sano, M., Ernesto, C., Thomas, R., Grundman, M., Ferris, S., and the ADCS. An Inventory to Assess Activities of Daily Living for Clinical Trials in Alzheimer's Disease. Alzheimer's Disease and Associated Disorders, 1997. Volume 11(2): S33-S39).Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Activities of Daily Living Inventory Severe Dementia Questionnaire
ADCS-CGICC103515ACGC01Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change (ADCS-CGIC) (Schneider LS, Olin JT, Doody RS, Clark CM, Morris JC, Reisberg B, Schmitt FA, Grundman M, Thomas RG, Ferris SH, and the Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study. Validity and Reliability of the Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. 1997; 11(2):S22-S32).Alzheimer's Disease Cooperative Study-Clinical Global Impression of Change Questionnaire
ADHD-RS-IV HOME VERSIONC122371ADHD01ADHD Rating Scale-IV (ADHD-RS-IV) Home Version (Copyright 1998. DuPaul GJ, Power TJ, Anastopoulos AD, Reid R. ADHD Rating Scale-IV: Checklists, Norms, and Clinical Interpretation. New York: The Guilford Press; 1998).ADHD Rating Scale-IV Home Version Questionnaire
AIMSC102111AIMS01Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS) (Guy W. Ed. ECDEU Assessment Manual for Psychopharmacology. Rockville MD: US Dept of Health, Education and Welfare. 1976, Publication No. (ADM) 76-338).Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale Questionnaire
AQ20C112518AQ01Airway Questionnaire 20 (AQ20) (Barley EA, Quirk FH, Jones PW. Asthma health status in clinical practice: validity of a new short and simple instrument. Respir Med 1998; 92:1207-14. Copyright Reserved P.W. Jones, PhD FRCP).Airway Questionnaire 20
AQLQC122372AQLQ01Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire (AQLQ) (The AQLQ is copyrighted. It may not be altered, sold [paper or electronic], translated or adapted for another medium without the permission of Elizabeth Juniper. Juniper EF, Guyatt GH, Epstein RS, Ferrie PJ, Jaeschke R, Hiller TK. Evaluation of impairment of health-related quality of life in asthma: development of a questionnaire for use in clinical trials. Thorax 1992; 47:76-83).Asthma Quality of Life Questionnaire
AUDIT-CC119098ADTC01Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test-Consumption Questions (AUDIT-C) (Bush K, Kivlahan DR, McDonell MB, Fihn SD, Bradley KA; for the Ambulatory Care Quality Improvement Project (ACQUIP). The AUDIT Alcohol Consumption Questions (AUDIT-C) An Effective Brief Screening Test for Problem Drinking. Arch Intern Med. Sep 14 1998;158:1789-1795).Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test Alcohol Consumption Questions Questionnaire
AUDIT-SRC119097ADT01Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test: Self-Report Version (AUDIT) (Saunders JB, Aasland, OG, Babor, TF, De La Fuente JR, Grant M. Development of the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT): WHO Collaborative Project on Early Detection of Persons with harmful Alcohol Consumption-II. Addiction (1993) 88:791-804).Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test Self-Report Version Questionnaire
BARSC102113BARS01Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale (BARS) (Barnes TR: A Rating Scale for Drug-Induced Akathisia. British Journal of Psychiatry 154:672-676, 1989).Barnes Akathisia Rating Scale Questionnaire
BDIC106693BDI01Baseline Dyspnea Index (BDI) (Mahler DA, Weinberg DH, Wells CK, Feinstein AR. The measurement of dyspnea. Contents, interobserver agreement, and physiologic correlates of two new clinical indexes. Chest 1984, 85: 751-758).Baseline Dyspnea Index Questionnaire
BLCSC113874BLCS01Bladder Control Scale (BLCS) (1997 by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. All rights reserved).Bladder Control Scale Questionnaire
BORG CR10C113872BCR101Borg CR10 Scale (BORG CR10) (Borg CR10 Scale. Copyright Gunnar Borg, 1981, 1982, 1998).Borg Category-Ratio 10 Scale Questionnaire
BPIC100759BPI1Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) (copyright 1991 Charles S. Cleeland, PhD, Pain Research Group, All Right Reserved).Brief Pain Inventory Questionnaire
BPI SHORT FORMC100760BPI2Brief Pain Inventory Short Form (BPI2) (copyright 1991 Charles S. Cleeland, PhD, Pain Research Group, All Right Reserved).Brief Pain Inventory Short Form Questionnaire
BPRS-AC100761BPR01Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale - Anchored (BPRS-A) (Woerner MB, Mannuzza S, and Kane JM. Anchoring the BPRS: An Aid to Improved Reliability. Psychopharmacology Bulletin 1988; 24(1):112-117).Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale A Questionnaire
BSI-18C43524BSI181Brief Symptom Inventory-18 (BSI-18) (Leonard R. Derogatis. Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI)-18: Administration, scoring and procedures manual. Minneapolis 2001: NCS Pearson, Inc).Brief Symptom Inventory 18
BWCSC113875BWCS01Bowel Control Scale (BWCS) (1997 by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. All rights reserved).Bowel Control Scale Questionnaire
C-SSRS ALREADY ENROLLED SUBJECTSC106695CSS05Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Already Enrolled Subjects Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Already Enrolled Subjects Questionnaire
C-SSRS BASELINEC100765CSS01Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Baseline Version 2009-01-14 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline Questionnaire
C-SSRS BASELINE/SCREENING VERSIONC106696CSS04Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Baseline/Screening Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Questionnaire
C-SSRS BASELINE/SCREENING VERSION PHASE 1 STUDYC105164CSS03Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Baseline/Screening Version Phase 1 Study Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Baseline/Screening Version Phase 1 Study 1/14/09 Questionnaire
C-SSRS CHILDREN'S BASELINEC111377CSS06Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Children's Baseline Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline Questionnaire
C-SSRS CHILDREN'S BASELINE/SCREENINGC111378CSS07Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Children's Baseline/Screening Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Baseline/Screening Questionnaire
C-SSRS CHILDREN'S SINCE LAST VISITC111379CSS08Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Children's Since Last Visit Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Children's Since Last Visit Questionnaire
C-SSRS LIFETIME/RECENT VERSIONC117996CSS11Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Lifetime/Recent Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Lifetime/Recent Version Questionnaire
C-SSRS PEDIATRIC/COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED LIFETIME/RECENTC113873CSS10Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired Lifetime/Recent Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired Lifetime/Recent Questionnaire
C-SSRS PEDIATRIC/COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED-LIFETIME RECENT-CLINICALC123661CSS12Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired - Lifetime Recent - Clinical Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired - Lifetime Recent - Clinical Questionnaire
C-SSRS PEDIATRIC/COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED-SINCE LAST VISIT-CLINICALC123662CSS13Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired - Since Last Visit - Clinical Version 6/23/2010 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Pediatric/Cognitively Impaired - Since Last Visit - Clinical Questionnaire
C-SSRS SCREENINGC111380CSS09Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Screening Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Screening Questionnaire
C-SSRS SINCE LAST VISITC103516CSS02Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) Since Last Visit Version 1/14/2009 (Posner, K.; Brent, D.; Lucas, C.; Gould, M.; Stanley, B.; Brown, G.; Fisher, P.; Zelazny, J.; Burke, A.; Oquendo, M.; Mann, J.; copyright 2008 The Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc.).Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale Since Last Visit Questionnaire
CCQ 1 WEEK VERSIONC119100CCQ02Clinical COPD Questionnaire (CCQ) 1 Week Version (The CCQ is copyrighted 1999. It may not be altered, sold (paper or electronic), translated or adapted for another medium without the permission of T. van der Molen, Dept. of General Practice, University Medical Center Groningen, Postbus 196, 9700 AD Groningen, The Netherlands.).Clinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version
CCQ 24 HOUR VERSIONC119099CCQ01Clinical COPD Questionnaire (CCQ) 24 Hour Version (The CCQ is copyrighted 1999. It may not be altered, sold (paper or electronic), translated or adapted for another medium without the permission of T. van der Molen, Dept. of General Practice, University Medical Center Groningen, Postbus 196, 9700 AD Groningen, The Netherlands.).Clinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version
CDLQC119092CDLQ1Children's Dermatology Life Quality Index (CDLQI) (Copyright of M.S. Lewis-Jones, A.Y. Finlay, May 1993, this must not be copied without the permission of the authors).Children's Dermatology Life Quality Index Questionnaire
CDRC102114CDR01Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR) (Morris, JC. Clinical Dementia Rating: A reliable and valid diagnostic and staging measure for dementia of the Alzheimer type. International Psychogeriatrics 1997: 9, Suppl. 1, 173-176).Clinical Dementia Rating Questionnaire
CGIC100763CGI01Clinical Global Impression (CGI) (Guy W: ECDEU Assessment Manual for Psychopharmacology. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; 1976).Clinical Global Impression Questionnaire
CHART-SF INTERVIEW VERSIONC117995CHSF1Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Interview Version (CHART-SF INTERVIEW VERSION) (Whiteneck GG, Charlifue SW, Gerhart KA, Overholser JD, Richardson GN. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1992;73:519-526).Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique-Short Form Interview Version Questionnaire
CHART-SF PAPER VERSIONC119101CHSF2Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Paper Version (CHART-SF PAPER VERSION) (Whiteneck GG, Charlifue SW, Gerhart KA, Overholser JD, Richardson GN. Quantifying handicap: a new measure of long-term rehabilitation outcomes. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1992;73:519-526).Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique - Short Form Paper Version Questionnaire
COMMC100764COMM1Current Opioid Misuse Measure (COMM) (copyright 2010 Inflexxion, Inc., All rights reserved).Current Opioid Misuse Measure Questionnaire
COWSC102115COWS1The Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS) (Wesson DR and Ling W. The Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale (COWS). J Psychoactive Drugs 2003;35(2):253-259).Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Questionnaire
CRQ-SAS FIRST ADMINISTRATION VERSIONC121002CRQ01Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version (Copyright 2001 McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered including the standardized Dyspnea Domain (CRQSAS), Principal authors G.H. Guyatt and Dr. H.J. Schunemann, is the copyright of McMaster University (Copyright 2001, McMaster University).Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Questionnaire
CRQ-SAS FOLLOW-UP ADMINISTRATION VERSIONC121003CRQ02Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version (Copyright 2001 McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered including the standardized Dyspnea Domain (CRQSAS), Principal authors G.H. Guyatt and Dr. H.J. Schunemann, is the copyright of McMaster University (Copyright 2001, McMaster University).Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Questionnaire
DADC105165DAD01Disability Assessment for Dementia (DAD) (copyright 1994 by L. Gauthier I. Gelinas. All rights reserved.).Disability Assessment for Dementia Questionnaire
DISEASE STEPSC112519DS01Disease Steps (DS) (Hohol MJ, Orav EJ, Weiner HL. Disease steps in multiple sclerosis: a simple approach to evaluate disease progression. Neurology. 1995 Feb;45(2):251-5).Disease Steps Questionnaire
DLQIC119102DLQI1Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) (Copyright Dermatology Life Quality Index. A Y Finlay, G K Khan, April 1992. www.dermatology.org.uk. This must not be copied without the permission of the authors).Dermatology Life Quality Index Questionnaire
DRSC115796DRS01Disability Rating Scale (DRS) (Rappaport et al. (1982) Disability Rating Scale for Severe Head Trauma Patients: Coma to Community. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 63:118-123).Disability Rating Scale Questionnaire
ECOGC102116ECOG1Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group (ECOG) Performance Status (Oken MM, Creech RH, Tormey DC, Horton J, Davis TE, McFadden ET, Carbone PP. Toxicity and response criteria of the Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group. Am J Clin Oncol. 1982 Dec;5(6):649-55).Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group Performance Status Questionnaire
EDSSC112520EDSS01Kurtzke Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) (Kurtzke JF. Rating neurologic impairment in multiple sclerosis: an expanded disability status scale (EDSS). Neurology. 1983 Nov;33(11):1444-52).Kurtzke Expanded Disability Status Scale Questionnaire
EQ-5D-3LC66957EQ5D01European Quality of Life Five Dimension Three Level Scale (EQ-5D-3L) (Copyright 1990 EuroQol Group. EQ-5D is a trade mark of the EuroQol Group).European Quality of Life Five Dimension Three Level Questionnaire
EQ-5D-5LC102117EQ5D02European Quality of Life Five Dimension Five Level Scale (EQ-5D-5L) (Copyright 2009 EuroQol Group. EQ-5D is a trade mark of the EuroQol Group).European Quality of Life Five Dimension Five Level Scale Questionnaire
ESSC103517ESS01Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) (copyright Murray W. Johns, 1990-1997. All rights reserved.).Epworth Sleepiness Scale Questionnaire
EXACTC123666EXACT1Exacerbations of Chronic Pulmonary Disease Tool (EXACT) Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) (Nancy K. Leidy, EXACT-PRO Initiative, Evidera, 7101 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 1400, Bethesda, MD; EXACT copyright 2013, Evidera, Inc. All rights reserved). This also includes the subset EXACT-Respiratory Symptoms (E-RS) questions. http://www.exactproinitiative.comExacerbations of Chronic Pulmonary Disease Tool Patient-Reported Outcome Questionnaire
FAMSC112521FAMS01Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis Version 4 (FAMS) (Cella et al. Validation of the Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis quality of life instrument. NEUROLOGY 1996;47: 129-139). (Questionnaires and all related subscales, translations, and adaptations ('FACIT System') are owned and copyrighted by David Cella, Ph.D. The ownership and copyright of the FACIT System resides strictly with Dr. Cella. Dr. Cella has granted FACIT.org the right to license usage of the FACIT System to other parties).Functional Assessment of Multiple Sclerosis Questionnaire
FAQC111381FAQ01Functional Activities Questionnaire (FAQ) (Pfeiffer, RI.; Kurosaki, TT.; Harrah, CH. Jr.; Chance, JM.; and Filos, S. (1982). Measurement of functional activities in older adults in the community. Journal of Gerontology, 37(3), 323-329.).Functional Activities Questionnaire
FAQ-NACC VERSIONC111382FAQ02Functional Activities Questionnaire-NACC (FAQ-NACC) (Pfeffer, RI.; Kurosaki, TT.; Harrah, CH. Jr.; Chance, JM.; and Filos, S. (1982). Measurement of functional activities in older adults in the community. Journal of Gerontology, 37(3), 323-329.). (Reproduced with permission. Copyright 2011 University of Washington. Created and published by the ADC Clinical Task Force. John C. Morris, MD, Chair, and the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center. U01 AG016976 - Walter A. Kukull, PhD, Director).Functional Activities Questionnaire-NACC Version
FIQRC103518FIQR01Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire (FIQR) (copyright 2009 Bennett RM and Friend. All Rights Reserved.).Revised Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire
FLU-IIQ ONCE DAILYC119093FLUIQ1Influenza Intensity and Impact Questionnaire (Flu-iiQ) Once Daily (Copyright RH Osborne 2006. No part of the Flu-iiQ may be copied or reproduced in any form without written permission from the author: measuredsolutions@bigpond.com).Influenza Intensity and Impact Questionnaire Once Daily Version
FLU-IIQ TWICE DAILYC119094FLUIQ2Influenza Intensity and Impact Questionnaire (Flu-iiQ) Twice Daily (Copyright RH Osborne 2006. No part of the Flu-iiQ may be copied or reproduced in any form without written permission from the author: measuredsolutions@bigpond.com).Influenza Intensity and Impact Questionnaire Twice Daily Version
FPSRC100766FPSR1Faces Pain Scale - Revised (FPS-R) (Hicks CL, von Baeyer CL, van Korlaar I, Goodenough B. Faces Pain Scale-Revised: Toward a Common Metric in Pediatric Pain Measurement. Pain 2001; 93:173-183).Faces Pain Scale Revised Questionnaire
FSSC106621FSS01Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) (Copyright Lauren B. Krupp).Fatigue Severity Scale
GAD-7C103519GAD01Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7 (GAD-7) (Spitzer RL, Kroenke K, Williams JBW, Lowe B. A brief measure for assessing generalized anxiety disorder: The GAD-7. Arch Intern Med 2006; 166:1092-1097).Generalized Anxiety Disorder - 7 Questionnaire
GCGIC105169GCGI01The General Clinical Global Impressions (GCGI v1) questions were created by STANDARDS (Standardized Analgesic Database for Research, Discovery, and Submissions) and sponsored by ACTTION (Analgesic Clinical Trial Translations, Innovations, Opportunities, and Networks) www.acttion.org; 2012-08-07 v1.STANDARDS General Clinical Global Impressions Questionnaire
GDSC106697GDS01Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) (Yesavage JA, Brink TL, Rose TL, et al. Development and validation of a geriatric depression screening scale: a preliminary report. J Psychiatry Res. 1983;17(1):37-49).Geriatric Depression Scale Questionnaire
GDS SHORT FORMC106698GDS02Geriatric Depression Scale Short Form (GDS Short Form) (Sheikh JI, Yesavage JA. Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS): recent evidence and development of a shorter version. Clin Gerontol. 1986 June;5(1/2):165-173).Geriatric Depression Scale Short Form Questionnaire
GOSEC115797GOSE1Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOSE) (Wilson JT, Pettigrew LE, Teasdale GM. Structured interviews for the Glasgow Outcome Scale and the Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale: Guidelines for their use. Journal of Neurotrauma 1998;15:573-585).Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale Questionnaire
HADSC103520HADS01Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) (copyright 1983, 1992, 1994 by R.P. Snaith and A.S. Zigmond. All rights reserved.).Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale Questionnaire
HAEM-A-QOLC122381HAEM09Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Adult Version (Haem-A-QoL) (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group; Von Mackensen S, Scalone L, Ravera S, Mantovani L, Gringeri A, The COCHE Study Group. Assessment of health-related quality of life in patients with Hemophilia with the newly developed Hemophilia-specific instrument (Haem-A-QoL). Value Health 2005; 8:A127).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Adult Version
HAEMO-QOL CHILDREN'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IC122373HAEM01Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group I (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group I
HAEMO-QOL CHILDREN'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IIC122374HAEM02Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group II (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group II
HAEMO-QOL CHILDREN'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IIIC122375HAEM03Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group III (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Children's Long Version Age Group III
HAEMO-QOL CHILDREN'S SHORT VERSION AGE GROUP IC122376HAEM04Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Children's Short Version Age Group I (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Children's Short Version Age Group I
HAEMO-QOL CHILDREN'S SHORT VERSION AGE GROUP II/IIIC122377HAEM05Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Children's Short Version Age Group II/III (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Children's Short Version Age Group II/III
HAEMO-QOL PARENT'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IC122378HAEM06Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group I (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group I
HAEMO-QOL PARENT'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IIC122379HAEM07Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group II (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group II
HAEMO-QOL PARENT'S LONG VERSION AGE GROUP IIIC122380HAEM08Hemophilia Quality of Life (HAEMO-QOL) Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group III (The Haemo-QoL questionnaire-set is a joint property of the Haemo-QoL Study Centre at the University of Hamburg, Germany and Bayer Biological Products, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA. Development of new translations, modified versions or any other derivatives - such as electronic versions - are not permitted without special permission and involvement of the Haemo-QoL Study Group).Hemophilia Quality of Life Questionnaire Parent's Long Version Age Group III
HAMD 17C100767HAMD1The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 17-Item (HAMD 17) (Hamilton M. Development of a rating scale for primary depressive illness. Br J Soc Clin Psychol 1967; 6(4):278-96).Hamilton Depression Rating Scale 17 Item Questionnaire
HAQ-DIC106699HAQ01Health Assessment Questionnaire Disability Index (HAQ-DI) (Fries JF. The assessment of disability: from first to future principles. Br J Rheumatol. 1983 Aug; 22(3 Suppl):48-58).Health Assessment Questionnaire Disability Index Questionnaire
IIEFC103521IIEF01International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) (Rosen RC, Riley A, Wagner G, Osterloh IH, Kirkpatrick J, and Mishra A. The international index of erectile function (IIEF): a multidimensional scale for assessment of erectile dysfunction. Urology. 1997 49(6): 822-830).International Index of Erectile Function Questionnaire
IVISC113876IVIS01Impact of Visual Impairment Scale (IVIS) (1997 by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. All rights reserved).Impact of Visual Impairment Scale Questionnaire
KFSSC112522KFSS1Kurtzke Functional Systems Scores (FSS) (Kurtzke JF. Rating neurologic impairment in multiple sclerosis: an expanded disability status scale (EDSS). Neurology. 1983 Nov;33(11):1444-52).Kurtzke Functional Systems Scores Questionnaire
KPS SCALEC100768KPSSThe Karnofsky Performance Status Scale (KPSS) (Karnofsky DA, Burchenal JH. (1949). "The Clinical Evaluation of Chemotherapeutic Agents in Cancer." In: MacLeod CM (Ed), Evaluation of Chemotherapeutic Agents. Columbia Univ Press. Page 196).Karnofsky Performance Status Scale Questionnaire
MADRSC122382MADRS1Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS) (Copyright Stuart Montgomery 1978, Measures of Depression, Fulcrum Press, London. Stuart A. Montgomery and Marie Asberg. A new depression scale designed to be sensitive to change. Br. J. Psychiat. (1979), 134:382-389).Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale Questionnaire
MDQ-TC123660MDQ01Menstrual Distress Questionnaire Form-T (Today) (MDQ-T) (Copyright 1968, 1989, 1991, 2000, 2010 by Rudolf H. Moos. All Rights Reserved. Published by Mind Garden, Inc. Moos RH. The development of a menstrual distress questionnaire. Psychosom Med. 1968 Nov-Dec;30(6):853-67).Menstrual Distress Questionnaire Form-T (Today)
MDS-UPDRSC100769UPD2The Movement Disorder Society version of the Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (MDS-UPDRS) (copyright 2008 Movement Disorder Society. All Rights Reserved).Movement Disorder Society Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale Questionnaire
MFISC113877MFIS01Modified Fatigue Impact Scale (MFIS) (1997 by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. All rights reserved).Modified Fatigue Impact Scale Questionnaire
MHIS-NACCC112523MHIS01Modified Hachinski Ischemic Scale-NACC Version (MHIS-NACC) Reproduced with permission. Copyright 2011 University of Washington. Created and published by the ADC Clinical Task Force (John C. Morris, MD, Chair) and the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center (Walter A. Kukull, PhD, Director). This publication was funded by the National Institutes of Health through the National Institute on Aging (Cooperative Agreement U01 AG016976).Modified Hachinski Ischemic Scale-NACC Version Questionnaire
MMRCC106700MMRC01Modified Medical Research Council dyspnea scale (MMRC) (Mahler DA, Wells CK. Evaluation of Clinical Methods for Rating Dyspnea. Chest 1988; 93:580-586).Modified Medical Research Council Dyspnea Scale Questionnaire
MMSEC74982MMS1The Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) (Folstein MF, Folstein SE, McHugh PR. 'Mini-Mental State': A practical method for grading the cognitive state of patients for the clinician. J Psychiatr Res. 1975; 12(3):189-98).Mini-Mental Status Exam
MNSIC100771MNSI1Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument (MNSI) (copyright University of Michigan, 2000, All rights reserved).Michigan Neuropathy Screening Instrument Questionnaire
MPAI-4C115798MPAI1The Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4 (MPAI-4) (Malec, J. (2005). The Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4. The Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury. http://www.tbims.org/combi/mpai).Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4 Questionnaire
MRSC111383MRS01Modified Rankin Scale (MRS) (Van Swieten J., Koudstaal P., Visser M., Schouten H., and Van Gijn J. Interobserver agreement for the assessment of handicap in stroke patients, 1988. Stroke 19: 604-607).Modified Rankin Scale Questionnaire
MSIS-29 V1C123664MSIS01Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale version 1 (MSIS-29v1) (Copyright 2000 Neurological Outcome Measures Unit, Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK).Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale Version 1 Questionnaire
MSIS-29 V2C123665MSIS02Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale version 2 (MSIS-29v2) (Copyright 2005 Neurological Outcome Measures Unit, Peninsula Medical School, Plymouth, UK).Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale Version 2 Questionnaire
MSQOL-54C113878MSQL1Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life-54 Instrument (MSQOL-54) (Copyright 1995, University of California, Los Angeles).Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life-54 Instrument Questionnaire
MSWS-12C123663MSWS0112-Item Multiple Sclerosis Walking Scale (MSWS-12) (Copyright 2000 Neurological Outcome Measures Unit).12-Item Multiple Sclerosis Walking Scale Questionnaire
NPIC100772NPI1Neuropsychiatric Inventory (NPI) (copyright JL Cummings, 1994, all rights reserved; permission for commercial use required; npiTEST.net).Neuropsychiatric Inventory Questionnaire
NPSC103522NPS01Neuropathic Pain Scale (NPS) (copyright Brad Galer and Mark Jensen. All rights reserved.).Neuropathic Pain Scale Questionnaire
OAB-QC103523OABQ01The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire (OAB-q) (Coyne K, Revicki D, Hunt T, et al. Psychometric validation of an overactive bladder symptom and health-related quality of life questionnaire: the OAB-q. Qual Life Res. Sep 2002; 11(6):563-574).The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire
OAB-Q SHORT FORMC103524OABQ02The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Short Form (OAB-q Short Form) (Karin S. Coyne, Christine L. Thompson, Jin-Shei Lai, and Chris C. Sexton. An Overactive Bladder Symptom and Health-Related Quality of Life Short-Form: Validation of the OAB-q SF. Neurourology and Urodynamics 34:255-263, 2015).The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire Short Form
OCIC119095OCI01Ocular Comfort Index (OCI) (The copyright owner of the Ocular Comfort Index is Dr. Michael Edward Johnson. Michael E. Johnson and Paul J. Murphy. Measurement of Ocular Surface Irritation on a Linear Interval Scale with the Ocular Comfort Index. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, October 2007, Vol. 48, No.10).Ocular Comfort Index Questionnaire
ODI V2.1AC103525ODI01The Oswestry Disability Index Version 2.1a (ODI v2.1A) (copyright 1980 Jeremy Fairbank. All Rights Reserved.).The Oswestry Disability Index Version 2.1a Questionnaire
PDDSC112524PDDS01Patient Determined Disease Steps (PDDS) (Hohol MJ, Orav EJ, Weiner HL. Disease Steps in multiple sclerosis: A simple approach to evaluate disease progression. Neurology 1995; 45: 251-55). (Hohol MJ, Orav EJ, Weiner HL. Disease Steps in multiple sclerosis: a longitudinal study comparing disease steps and EDSS to evaluate disease progression. Multiple Sclerosis 1999; 5: 349-54). (Marrie RA and Goldman M. Validity of performance scales for disability assessment in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis 2007; 13: 1176-1182). (The PDDS and/or PS are provided for use by the NARCOMS Registry: www.narcoms.org/pdds. NARCOMS is supported in part by the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) and the CMSC Foundation).Patient Determined Disease Steps Questionnaire
PDQUALIFC100773PDQ01Parkinson's Disease Quality of Life Scale (PDQUALIF) (Welsh M, McDermott MP, Holloway RG, Plumb S, Pfeiffer R, Hubble J, and The Parkinson Study Group. Development and Testing of the Parkinson's Disease Quality of Life Scale. Movement Disorders, 2003, Vol. 18; 637-645).Parkinson's Disease Quality of Life Scale Questionnaire
PHQ-15C103527PHQ02Patient Health Questionnaire - 15 (PHQ-15) (Kroenke K, Spitzer RL, Williams JBW. The PHQ-15: Validity of a new measure for evaluating the severity of somatic symptoms. Psychosom Med 2002; 64:258-266).Patient Health Questionnaire - 15 Item
PHQ-9C103526PHQ01Patient Health Questionnaire - 9 (PHQ-9) (Kroenke K, Spitzer RL, Williams JBW. The PHQ-9: Validity of a brief depression severity measure. J Gen Intern Med 2001; 16:606-613).Patient Health Questionnaire - 9 Item
PIC105167PI01The Pain Intensity (PI) questions were created by STANDARDS (Standardized Analgesic Database for Research, Discovery, and Submissions) and sponsored by ACTTION (Analgesic Clinical Trial Translations, Innovations, Opportunities, and Networks) www.acttion.org; 2012-08-07 v1.STANDARDS Pain Intensity Questionnaire
PRC105168PR01The Pain Relief (PR) questions were created by STANDARDS (Standardized Analgesic Database for Research, Discovery, and Submissions) and sponsored by ACTTION (Analgesic Clinical Trial Translations, Innovations, Opportunities, and Networks) www.acttion.org; 2012-08-07 v1.STANDARDS Pain Relief Questionnaire
PSQIC103849PSQI1Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) (Copyright 1989, University of Pittsburgh. Buysse,D.J., Reynolds,C.F., Monk,T.H., Berman,S.R., & Kupfer, D.J. The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI): A new instrument for psychiatric practice and research. Psychiatry Research, 1989, 28(2):193-213).Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index
RAND-36 V1.0C113879R3601RAND 36-Item Health Survey 1.0 (RAND-36) (Copyright the RAND Corporation. Developed at RAND as part of the Medical Outcomes Study).RAND 36-Item Health Survey 1.0 Questionnaire
RDQC100774RDQ01Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire (RDQ) (Roland MO, Morris RW. A study of the natural history of back pain. Part 1: Development of a reliable and sensitive measure of disability in low back pain. Spine 1983;8:141-144).Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire
RPQC119103RPQ01Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire (RPQ) (King NS, Crawford S, Wenden FJ, Moss NEG, Wade DT. The Rivermead Post Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire: a measure of symptoms commonly experienced after head injury and its reliability. J Neurol. 1995;242:587-592).Rivermead Post-Concussion Symptoms Questionnaire
SDSC111384SDS01Sheehan Disability Scale (Copyright 1983, 2010, 2011 David V. Sheehan. All rights reserved.).Sheehan Disability Scale Questionnaire
SF36 V1.0 ACUTEC102120SF362The Short Form 36 Health Survey Acute, US Version 1.0 (SF36 v1.0 Acute) (copyright 1988, 2002 by Medical Outcomes Trust and Quality Metric Incorporated. All rights reserved).Short Form 36 Health Survey Acute, US Version 1.0 Questionnaire
SF36 V1.0 STANDARDC100775SF361The Short Form 36 Health Survey Standard, US Version 1.0 (SF36 v1.0 Standard) (copyright 1988, 2002 by Medical Outcomes Trust and Quality Metric Incorporated. All rights reserved).Short Form 36 Health Survey Standard, US Version 1.0 Questionnaire
SF36 V2.0 ACUTEC102121SF364The Short Form 36 Health Survey Acute, US Version 2.0 (SF36 v2.0 Acute) (copyright 1996, 2000 by Quality Metric Incorporated and Medical Outcomes Trust. All rights reserved).Short Form 36 Health Survey Acute, US Version 2.0 Questionnaire
SF36 V2.0 STANDARDC102122SF363The Short Form 36 Health Survey Standard, US Version 2.0 (SF36 v2.0 Standard) (copyright 1996, 2000 by Quality Metric Incorporated and Medical Outcomes Trust. All rights reserved).Short Form 36 Health Survey Standard, US Version 2.0 Questionnaire
SGRQ PAST 3 MONTHS VERSIONC112525SGRQ01St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ) Past 3 Months Version (copyright P.W. Jones, St. George's University of London).St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 3 Months Version
SGRQ PAST 4 WEEKS VERSIONC112526SGRQ02St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ) Past 4 Weeks Version (copyright P.W. Jones, St. George's University of London).St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire Past 4 Weeks Version
SGRQ-CC106890SGRQC1St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire for COPD Patients (SGRQ-C) (Jones PW, Quirk FH, Baveystock CM, and Littlejohns PA. Self-complete measure of health status for chronic airflow limitation. The St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire. Am Rev Respir Dis. 1992 Jun; 145(6):1321-7).St. George's Respiratory Questionnaire for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients
SHORT-FORM MPQ-2C100776SFMP2Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire-2 (SF-MPQ-2) (Copyright R. Melzack and the Initiative on Methods, Measurement, and Pain Assessment in Clinical Trials (IMMPACT), 2009, All Rights Reserved).Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire-2
SIQRC103528SIQR01Symptom Impact Questionnaire (SIQR) (copyright 2009 Bennett RM and Friend. All Rights Reserved.).Symptom Impact Questionnaire
SOAPP-RC100777SOAPR1Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain Revised (SOAPP-R) (copyright 2007 Inflexxion, Inc., All rights reserved).Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain Revised Questionnaire
SOBDAC123659SOBDA1Shortness of Breath with Daily Activities Questionnaire (SOBDA) (Wilcox TK, Chen WH, Howard KA, Wiklund I, Brooks J, Watkins ML, Cates CE, Tabberer MM, Crim C. Item selection, reliability and validity of the Shortness of Breath with Daily Activities (SOBDA) questionnaire: a new outcome measure for evaluating dyspnea in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 2013 11:196).Shortness of Breath with Daily Activities Questionnaire
SOWS SHORTC103529SOWSB1Short Opiate Withdrawal Scale (SOWS SHORT) (Gossop, M. The development of a short opiate withdrawal scale. Addictive Behaviors 1990; 15:487-490).Short Opiate Withdrawal Scale Questionnaire
SOWS SUBJECTIVEC102123SOWSA1The Subjective Opiate Withdrawal Scale (SOWS) (Handelsman, L., Cochrane, K. J., Aronson, M. J. Ness, R., Rubinstein K.J., Kanof, P.D. (1987) Two New Rating Scales for Opiate Withdrawal. American Journal of Alcohol Abuse, 13, 293-308).Subjective Opiate Withdrawal Scale Questionnaire
SWLSC115799SWLS01The Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS) (Diener, E., Emmons, R., Larsen, J., and Griffin, S. (1985). The Satisfaction With Life Scale. J Personality Assessment, 49(1): 71-75).Satisfaction With Life Scale Questionnaire
TDIC106694TDI01Transition Dyspnea Index (TDI) (Mahler DA, Weinberg DH, Wells CK, Feinstein AR. The measurement of dyspnea. Contents, interobserver agreement, and physiologic correlates of two new clinical indexes. Chest 1984, 85: 751-758).Transition Dyspnea Index Questionnaire
UPDRSC100778UPD1Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) (Fahn S, Marsden CD, Calne DB, Goldstein M, eds. Recent Developments in Parkinson's Disease, Vol 2. Florham Park, NJ. Macmillan Health Care Information 1987, pp 153-163, 293-304).Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale Questionnaire
UPSC103530UPS01Urgency Perception Scale (UPS) (copyright Pfizer. All rights reserved.).Urgency Perception Scale Questionnaire
VFQ-25 INTERVIEWER ADMINISTEREDC112527VFQ1National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 (VFQ-25) Version 2000 Interviewer-Administered Format (Mangione, C. M., Lee, P. P., Gutierrez, P. R., Spritzer, K., Berry, S., & Hays, R. D. Development of the 25-item National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (VFQ-25). Archives of Ophthalmology. 2001; 119:1050-1058). (This instrument was developed at RAND under the sponsorship of the National Eye Institute).Visual Functioning Questionnaire 25-Interviewer Administered Format Version 2000
VFQ-25 SELF ADMINISTEREDC112528VFQ2National Eye Institute Visual Functioning Questionnaire - 25 (VFQ-25) Version 2000 Self-Administered Format (Mangione, C. M., Lee, P. P., Gutierrez, P. R., Spritzer, K., Berry, S., & Hays, R. D. Development of the 25-item National Eye Institute Visual Function Questionnaire (VFQ-25). Archives of Ophthalmology. 2001; 119:1050-1058). (This instrument was developed at RAND under the sponsorship of the National Eye Institute).Visual Functioning Questionnaire 25-Self Administered Format Version 2000
WLQC119096WLQ01Work Limitations Questionnaire (WLQ) (copyright 1998. The Health Institute, Tufts Medical Center f/k/a New England Medical Center Hospitals, Inc.; Debra Lerner, Ph.D.; Benjamin Amick III, Ph.D.; and GlaxoWellcome, Inc. All Rights Reserved).Work Limitations Questionnaire
WOMAC LK 3.1 INDEXC122384WOMAC1Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Likert Scale Format (WOMAC LK 3.1) (Bellamy N. WOMAC Osteoarthritis Index User Guide. Version V. Brisbane, Australia 2002; WOMAC 3.1 User Guide XI; WOMAC is a registered trade-mark. Copyright 2008. Prof Nicholas Bellamy. All Rights Reserved).Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Likert Scale Format Questionnaire
WOMAC NRS 3.1 INDEXC122385WOMAC2Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Numerical Rating Scale Format (WOMAC NRS 3.1) (Bellamy N. WOMAC Osteoarthritis Index User Guide. Version V. Brisbane, Australia 2002; WOMAC 3.1 User Guide XI; WOMAC is a registered trade-mark. Copyright 2008. Prof Nicholas Bellamy. All Rights Reserved).Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Numerical Rating Scale Format Questionnaire
WOMAC VA 3.1 INDEXC122386WOMAC3Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Visual Analog Scale Format (WOMAC VA 3.1) (Bellamy N. WOMAC Osteoarthritis Index User Guide. Version V. Brisbane, Australia 2002; WOMAC 3.1 User Guide XI; WOMAC is a registered trade-mark. Copyright 2008. Prof Nicholas Bellamy. All Rights Reserved).Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index Version 3.1 Visual Analog Scale Format Questionnaire
WPAI-SHPC100779WPAI01The Work Productivity and Activity Impairment - Specific Health Problems Questionnaire Version 2.0 (WPAI01) (http://www.reillyassociates.net/WPAI_SHP.html).Work Productivity and Activity Impairment Specific Health Problems Version 2.0 Questionnaire
YMRSC102124YMRS01Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS) (Young RC, Biggs JT, Ziegler VE et al: A rating scale for mania: reliability, validity and sensitivity. Br J Psychiatry 133: 429-435, 1978).Young Mania Rating Scale Questionnaire
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CL.C124678.CDC HIV CLASSIFICATION FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS TESTCDCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Code
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C124678CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test CodeCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents test code.CDISC Clinical Classification CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Test Code Terminology
CHIVC101C124779CHIVC1-CDC HIV Infection CategoryCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents - CDC HIV infection category.CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents - CDC HIV Infection Category
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CL.C124677.CDC HIV CLASSIFICATION FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS TESTCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test Name
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C124677CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Clinical Classification Test NameCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents test name.CDISC Clinical Classification CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents Test Name Terminology
CHIVC1-CDC HIV Infection CategoryC124779CHIVC1-CDC HIV Infection CategoryCDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents - CDC HIV infection category.CDC Classification System for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents - CDC HIV Infection Category
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CL.C120989.CHILD-PUGH CLASSIFICATION TESTCDChild-Pugh Clinical Classification Test Code
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C120989Child-Pugh Clinical Classification Test CodeChild-Pugh Classification test code.CDISC Clinical Classification Child-Pugh Test Code Terminology
CPS0101C121068CPS01-Encephalopathy GradeChild-Pugh Classification - Encephalopathy grade.Child-Pugh - Encephalopathy Grade
CPS0102C121069CPS01-AscitesChild-Pugh Classification - Ascites.Child-Pugh - Ascites
CPS0103C121070CPS01-Serum BilirubinChild-Pugh Classification - Serum bilirubin, mg/dL.Child-Pugh - Serum Bilirubin
CPS0104C121071CPS01-Serum AlbuminChild-Pugh Classification - Serum albumin, g/dL.Child-Pugh - Serum Albumin
CPS0105AC121072CPS01-PT, Sec ProlongedChild-Pugh Classification - Prothrombin time, sec prolonged.Child-Pugh - PT, Sec Prolonged
CPS0105BC121073CPS01-PT, INRChild-Pugh Classification - Prothrombin time, international normalized ratio (INR).Child-Pugh - PT, INR
CPS0106C121074CPS01-Total ScoreChild-Pugh Classification - Child-Pugh total score.Child-Pugh - Total Score
CPS0107C121075CPS01-GradeChild-Pugh Classification - Child-Pugh grade.Child-Pugh - Grade
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CL.C120988.CHILD-PUGH CLASSIFICATION TESTChild-Pugh Clinical Classification Test Name
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C120988Child-Pugh Clinical Classification Test NameChild-Pugh Classification test name.CDISC Clinical Classification Child-Pugh Test Name Terminology
CPS01-AscitesC121069CPS01-AscitesChild-Pugh Classification - Ascites.Child-Pugh - Ascites
CPS01-Encephalopathy GradeC121068CPS01-Encephalopathy GradeChild-Pugh Classification - Encephalopathy grade.Child-Pugh - Encephalopathy Grade
CPS01-GradeC121075CPS01-GradeChild-Pugh Classification - Child-Pugh grade.Child-Pugh - Grade
CPS01-PT, INRC121073CPS01-PT, INRChild-Pugh Classification - Prothrombin time, international normalized ratio (INR).Child-Pugh - PT, INR
CPS01-PT, Sec ProlongedC121072CPS01-PT, Sec ProlongedChild-Pugh Classification - Prothrombin time, sec prolonged.Child-Pugh - PT, Sec Prolonged
CPS01-Serum AlbuminC121071CPS01-Serum AlbuminChild-Pugh Classification - Serum albumin, g/dL.Child-Pugh - Serum Albumin
CPS01-Serum BilirubinC121070CPS01-Serum BilirubinChild-Pugh Classification - Serum bilirubin, mg/dL.Child-Pugh - Serum Bilirubin
CPS01-Total ScoreC121074CPS01-Total ScoreChild-Pugh Classification - Child-Pugh total score.Child-Pugh - Total Score
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CL.C120979.CRQ-SAS FIRST ADMINISTRATION VERSION TESTCDChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test Code
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C120979Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test CodeChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire CRQ-SAS First Administration Version Test Code Terminology
CRQ0101C121010CRQ01-Feeling EmotionalChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Feeling emotional such as angry or upset.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feeling Emotional
CRQ0102C121011CRQ01-Take Care of Basic NeedsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Taking care of your basic needs.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Take Care of Basic Needs
CRQ0103C121012CRQ01-WalkingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Walking.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Walking
CRQ0104C121013CRQ01-Performing ChoresChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Performing chores.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Performing Chores
CRQ0105C121014CRQ01-Participate in Social ActivitiesChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Participating in social activities.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Participate in Social Activities
CRQ0106C121015CRQ01-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how much of the time during the last 2 weeks have you felt frustrated or impatient?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Frustrated or Impatient
CRQ0107C121016CRQ01-Feeling of Fear or PanicChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you have a feeling of fear or panic when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feeling of Fear or Panic
CRQ0108C121017CRQ01-FatigueChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How about fatigue? How tired have you felt over the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Fatigue
CRQ0109C121018CRQ01-Embarrassed by CoughingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt embarrassed by your coughing or heavy breathing?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Embarrassed by Coughing
CRQ0110C121019CRQ01-Confident to Deal With IllnessChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In the last 2 weeks, how much of the time did you feel very confident and sure that you could deal with your illness?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Confident to Deal With Illness
CRQ0111C121020CRQ01-EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How much energy have you had in the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Energy
CRQ0112C121021CRQ01-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how much of the time did you feel upset, worried, or depressed during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Upset, Worried or Depressed
CRQ0113C121022CRQ01-Control of Breathing ProblemsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel you had complete control of your breathing problems?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Had Control of Breathing Problems
CRQ0114C121023CRQ01-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How much of the time during the last 2 weeks did you feel relaxed and free of tension?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Relaxed and Free of Tension
CRQ0115C121024CRQ01-Felt Low in EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt low in energy?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Low in Energy
CRQ0116C121025CRQ01-Felt Discouraged or DownChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt discouraged or down in the dumps?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Discouraged or Down
CRQ0117C121026CRQ01-Felt Worn Out or SluggishChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt worn out or sluggish?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Worn Out or Sluggish
CRQ0118C121027CRQ01-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How happy, satisfied, or pleased have you been with your personal life during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Happy, Satisfied or Pleased With Life
CRQ0119C121028CRQ01-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel upset or scared when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Upset When Had Difficulty Getting Breath
CRQ0120C121029CRQ01-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt restless, tense, or uptight?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Restless, Tense or Uptight
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CL.C120978.CRQ-SAS FIRST ADMINISTRATION VERSION TESTChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test Name
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C120978Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version Test NameChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format First Administration Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire CRQ-SAS First Administration Version Test Name Terminology
CRQ01-Confident to Deal With IllnessC121019CRQ01-Confident to Deal With IllnessChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In the last 2 weeks, how much of the time did you feel very confident and sure that you could deal with your illness?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Confident to Deal With Illness
CRQ01-Control of Breathing ProblemsC121022CRQ01-Control of Breathing ProblemsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel you had complete control of your breathing problems?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Had Control of Breathing Problems
CRQ01-Embarrassed by CoughingC121018CRQ01-Embarrassed by CoughingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt embarrassed by your coughing or heavy breathing?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Embarrassed by Coughing
CRQ01-EnergyC121020CRQ01-EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How much energy have you had in the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Energy
CRQ01-FatigueC121017CRQ01-FatigueChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How about fatigue? How tired have you felt over the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Fatigue
CRQ01-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionC121023CRQ01-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How much of the time during the last 2 weeks did you feel relaxed and free of tension?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Relaxed and Free of Tension
CRQ01-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathC121028CRQ01-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel upset or scared when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Upset When Had Difficulty Getting Breath
CRQ01-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedC121021CRQ01-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how much of the time did you feel upset, worried, or depressed during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feel Upset, Worried or Depressed
CRQ01-Feeling EmotionalC121010CRQ01-Feeling EmotionalChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Feeling emotional such as angry or upset.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feeling Emotional
CRQ01-Feeling of Fear or PanicC121016CRQ01-Feeling of Fear or PanicChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you have a feeling of fear or panic when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Feeling of Fear or Panic
CRQ01-Felt Discouraged or DownC121025CRQ01-Felt Discouraged or DownChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt discouraged or down in the dumps?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Discouraged or Down
CRQ01-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientC121015CRQ01-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how much of the time during the last 2 weeks have you felt frustrated or impatient?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Frustrated or Impatient
CRQ01-Felt Low in EnergyC121024CRQ01-Felt Low in EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt low in energy?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Low in Energy
CRQ01-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightC121029CRQ01-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt restless, tense, or uptight?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Restless, Tense or Uptight
CRQ01-Felt Worn Out or SluggishC121026CRQ01-Felt Worn Out or SluggishChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt worn out or sluggish?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Felt Worn Out or Sluggish
CRQ01-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedC121027CRQ01-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - How happy, satisfied, or pleased have you been with your personal life during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Happy, Satisfied or Pleased With Life
CRQ01-Participate in Social ActivitiesC121014CRQ01-Participate in Social ActivitiesChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Participating in social activities.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Participate in Social Activities
CRQ01-Performing ChoresC121013CRQ01-Performing ChoresChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Performing chores.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Performing Chores
CRQ01-Take Care of Basic NeedsC121011CRQ01-Take Care of Basic NeedsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Taking care of your basic needs.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Take Care of Basic Needs
CRQ01-WalkingC121012CRQ01-WalkingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) First Administration Version - Walking.CRQ-SAS First Administration Version - Walking
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CL.C120981.CRQ-SAS FOLLOW-UP ADMINISTRATION VERSION TESTCDChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test Code
(CRQ-SAS FOLLOW-UP ADMINISTRATION VERSION TESTCD)
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C120981Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test CodeChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version Test Code Terminology
CRQ0201C121030CRQ02-Feeling EmotionalChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Feeling emotional such as angry or upset.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feeling Emotional
CRQ0202C121031CRQ02-Take Care of Basic NeedsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Taking care of your basic needs.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Take Care of Basic Needs
CRQ0203C121032CRQ02-WalkingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Walking.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Walking
CRQ0204C121033CRQ02-Performing ChoresChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Performing chores.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Performing Chores
CRQ0205C121034CRQ02-Participate in Social ActivitiesChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Participating in social activities.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Participate in Social Activities
CRQ0206C121035CRQ02-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how much of the time during the last 2 weeks have you felt frustrated or impatient?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Frustrated or Impatient
CRQ0207C121036CRQ02-Feeling of Fear or PanicChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you have a feeling of fear or panic when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feeling of Fear or Panic
CRQ0208C121037CRQ02-FatigueChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How about fatigue? How tired have you felt over the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Fatigue
CRQ0209C121038CRQ02-Embarrassed by CoughingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt embarrassed by your coughing or heavy breathing?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Embarrassed by Coughing
CRQ0210C121039CRQ02-Confident to Deal With IllnessChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In the last 2 weeks, how much of the time did you feel very confident and sure that you could deal with your illness?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Confident to Deal With Illness
CRQ0211C121040CRQ02-EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How much energy have you had in the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Energy
CRQ0212C121041CRQ02-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how much of the time did you feel upset, worried, or depressed during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Upset, Worried or Depressed
CRQ0213C121042CRQ02-Control of Breathing ProblemsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel you had complete control of your breathing problems?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Had Control of Breathing Problems
CRQ0214C121043CRQ02-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How much of the time during the last 2 weeks did you feel relaxed and free of tension?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Relaxed and Free of Tension
CRQ0215C121044CRQ02-Felt Low in EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt low in energy?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Low in Energy
CRQ0216C121045CRQ02-Felt Discouraged or DownChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt discouraged or down in the dumps?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Discouraged or Down
CRQ0217C121046CRQ02-Felt Worn Out or SluggishChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt worn out or sluggish?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Worn Out or Sluggish
CRQ0218C121047CRQ02-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How happy, satisfied, or pleased have you been with your personal life during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Happy, Satisfied or Pleased With Life
CRQ0219C121048CRQ02-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel upset or scared when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Upset When Had Difficulty Getting Breath
CRQ0220C121049CRQ02-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt restless, tense, or uptight?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Restless, Tense or Uptight
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CL.C120980.CRQ-SAS FOLLOW-UP ADMINISTRATION VERSION TESTChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test Name
(CRQ-SAS FOLLOW-UP ADMINISTRATION VERSION TEST)
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C120980Chronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version Test NameChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format Follow-Up Administration Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version Test Name Terminology
CRQ02-Confident to Deal With IllnessC121039CRQ02-Confident to Deal With IllnessChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In the last 2 weeks, how much of the time did you feel very confident and sure that you could deal with your illness?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Confident to Deal With Illness
CRQ02-Control of Breathing ProblemsC121042CRQ02-Control of Breathing ProblemsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel you had complete control of your breathing problems?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Had Control of Breathing Problems
CRQ02-Embarrassed by CoughingC121038CRQ02-Embarrassed by CoughingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt embarrassed by your coughing or heavy breathing?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Embarrassed by Coughing
CRQ02-EnergyC121040CRQ02-EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How much energy have you had in the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Energy
CRQ02-FatigueC121037CRQ02-FatigueChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How about fatigue? How tired have you felt over the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Fatigue
CRQ02-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionC121043CRQ02-Feel Relaxed and Free of TensionChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How much of the time during the last 2 weeks did you feel relaxed and free of tension?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Relaxed and Free of Tension
CRQ02-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathC121048CRQ02-Feel Upset Diff Getting BreathChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you feel upset or scared when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Upset When Had Difficulty Getting Breath
CRQ02-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedC121041CRQ02-Feel Upset, Worried or DepressedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how much of the time did you feel upset, worried, or depressed during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feel Upset, Worried or Depressed
CRQ02-Feeling EmotionalC121030CRQ02-Feeling EmotionalChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Feeling emotional such as angry or upset.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feeling Emotional
CRQ02-Feeling of Fear or PanicC121036CRQ02-Feeling of Fear or PanicChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks did you have a feeling of fear or panic when you had difficulty getting your breath?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Feeling of Fear or Panic
CRQ02-Felt Discouraged or DownC121045CRQ02-Felt Discouraged or DownChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt discouraged or down in the dumps?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Discouraged or Down
CRQ02-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientC121035CRQ02-Felt Frustrated or ImpatientChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how much of the time during the last 2 weeks have you felt frustrated or impatient?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Frustrated or Impatient
CRQ02-Felt Low in EnergyC121044CRQ02-Felt Low in EnergyChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt low in energy?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Low in Energy
CRQ02-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightC121049CRQ02-Felt Restless, Tense or UptightChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - In general, how often during the last 2 weeks have you felt restless, tense, or uptight?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Restless, Tense or Uptight
CRQ02-Felt Worn Out or SluggishC121046CRQ02-Felt Worn Out or SluggishChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How often during the last 2 weeks have you felt worn out or sluggish?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Felt Worn Out or Sluggish
CRQ02-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedC121047CRQ02-Happy, Satisfied or PleasedChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - How happy, satisfied, or pleased have you been with your personal life during the last 2 weeks?CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Happy, Satisfied or Pleased With Life
CRQ02-Participate in Social ActivitiesC121034CRQ02-Participate in Social ActivitiesChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Participating in social activities.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Participate in Social Activities
CRQ02-Performing ChoresC121033CRQ02-Performing ChoresChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Performing chores.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Performing Chores
CRQ02-Take Care of Basic NeedsC121031CRQ02-Take Care of Basic NeedsChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Taking care of your basic needs.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Take Care of Basic Needs
CRQ02-WalkingC121032CRQ02-WalkingChronic Respiratory Questionnaire Self-Administered Standardized Format (CRQ-SAS) Follow-up Administration Version - Walking.CRQ-SAS Follow-Up Administration Version - Walking
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CL.C119066.CCQ 1 WEEK VERSION TESTCDClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test Code
(CCQ 1 WEEK VERSION TESTCD)
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C119066Clinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test CodeClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire CCQ 1 Week Version Test Code Terminology
CCQ0201C119132CCQ02-Short of Breath at RestClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Short of breath while at rest?CCQ 1 Week Version - Short of Breath at Rest
CCQ0202C119133CCQ02-Short of Breath Physical ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Short of breath while doing physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Short of Breath Doing Physical Activity
CCQ0203C119134CCQ02-Concern About Breathing Get WorseClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Concerned about getting a cold or your breathing getting worse?CCQ 1 Week Version - Concern About Breathing Get Worse
CCQ0204C119135CCQ02-Depressed for Breathing ProblemClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Depressed because of your breathing problems?CCQ 1 Week Version - Depressed Because of Breathing Problem
CCQ0205C119136CCQ02-CoughClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - In general, during the past 7 days, how much of the time: Did you cough?CCQ 1 Week Version - Did You Cough
CCQ0206C119137CCQ02-Produce Sputum or PhlegmClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - In general, during the past 7 days, how much of the time: Did you produce sputum or phlegm?CCQ 1 Week Version - Produce Sputum or Phlegm
CCQ0207C119138CCQ02-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Strenuous physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Strenuous Activity
CCQ0208C119139CCQ02-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Moderate physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Moderate Activity
CCQ0209C119140CCQ02-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Daily activities at home?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Daily Activity
CCQ0210C119141CCQ02-Breathing Limit Social ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Social activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Social Activity
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CL.C119065.CCQ 1 WEEK VERSION TESTClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test Name
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C119065Clinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version Test NameClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire CCQ 1 Week Version Test Name Terminology
CCQ02-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityC119140CCQ02-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Daily activities at home?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Daily Activity
CCQ02-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityC119139CCQ02-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Moderate physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Moderate Activity
CCQ02-Breathing Limit Social ActivityC119141CCQ02-Breathing Limit Social ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Social activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Social Activity
CCQ02-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityC119138CCQ02-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Strenuous physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Breathing Problems Limit Strenuous Activity
CCQ02-Concern About Breathing Get WorseC119134CCQ02-Concern About Breathing Get WorseClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Concerned about getting a cold or your breathing getting worse?CCQ 1 Week Version - Concern About Breathing Get Worse
CCQ02-CoughC119136CCQ02-CoughClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - In general, during the past 7 days, how much of the time: Did you cough?CCQ 1 Week Version - Did You Cough
CCQ02-Depressed for Breathing ProblemC119135CCQ02-Depressed for Breathing ProblemClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Depressed because of your breathing problems?CCQ 1 Week Version - Depressed Because of Breathing Problem
CCQ02-Produce Sputum or PhlegmC119137CCQ02-Produce Sputum or PhlegmClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - In general, during the past 7 days, how much of the time: Did you produce sputum or phlegm?CCQ 1 Week Version - Produce Sputum or Phlegm
CCQ02-Short of Breath at RestC119132CCQ02-Short of Breath at RestClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Short of breath while at rest?CCQ 1 Week Version - Short of Breath at Rest
CCQ02-Short of Breath Physical ActivityC119133CCQ02-Short of Breath Physical ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 1 Week Version - On average, during the past 7 days, how often did you feel: Short of breath while doing physical activities?CCQ 1 Week Version - Short of Breath Doing Physical Activity
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CL.C119064.CCQ 24 HOUR VERSION TESTCDClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test Code
(CCQ 24 HOUR VERSION TESTCD)
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C119064Clinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test CodeClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version test code.CDISC Questionnaire CCQ 24 Hour Version Test Code Terminology
CCQ0101C119122CCQ01-Short of Breath at RestClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Short of breath while at rest?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Short of Breath at Rest
CCQ0102C119123CCQ01-Short of Breath Physical ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Short of breath while doing physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Short of Breath Doing Physical Activity
CCQ0103C119124CCQ01-Concern About Breathing Get WorseClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Concerned about getting a cold or your breathing getting worse?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Concern About Breathing Get Worse
CCQ0104C119125CCQ01-Depressed for Breathing ProblemClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Depressed because of your breathing problems?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Depressed Because of Breathing Problem
CCQ0105C119126CCQ01-CoughClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - In general, during the past 24 hours, how much of the time: Did you cough?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Did You Cough
CCQ0106C119127CCQ01-Produce Sputum or PhlegmClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - In general, during the past 24 hours, how much of the time: Did you produce sputum or phlegm?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Produce Sputum or Phlegm
CCQ0107C119128CCQ01-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Strenuous physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Strenuous Activity
CCQ0108C119129CCQ01-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Moderate physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Moderate Activity
CCQ0109C119130CCQ01-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Daily activities at home?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Daily Activity
CCQ0110C119131CCQ01-Breathing Limit Social ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Social activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Social Activity
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CL.C119063.CCQ 24 HOUR VERSION TESTClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test Name
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C119063Clinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version Test NameClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version test name.CDISC Questionnaire CCQ 24 Hour Version Test Name Terminology
CCQ01-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityC119130CCQ01-Breathing Limit Daily ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Daily activities at home?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Daily Activity
CCQ01-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityC119129CCQ01-Breathing Limit Moderate ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Moderate physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Moderate Activity
CCQ01-Breathing Limit Social ActivityC119131CCQ01-Breathing Limit Social ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Social activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Social Activity
CCQ01-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityC119128CCQ01-Breathing Limit Strenuous ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how limited were you in these activities because of your breathing problems: Strenuous physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Breathing Problems Limit Strenuous Activity
CCQ01-Concern About Breathing Get WorseC119124CCQ01-Concern About Breathing Get WorseClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Concerned about getting a cold or your breathing getting worse?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Concern About Breathing Get Worse
CCQ01-CoughC119126CCQ01-CoughClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - In general, during the past 24 hours, how much of the time: Did you cough?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Did You Cough
CCQ01-Depressed for Breathing ProblemC119125CCQ01-Depressed for Breathing ProblemClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Depressed because of your breathing problems?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Depressed Because of Breathing Problem
CCQ01-Produce Sputum or PhlegmC119127CCQ01-Produce Sputum or PhlegmClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - In general, during the past 24 hours, how much of the time: Did you produce sputum or phlegm?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Produce Sputum or Phlegm
CCQ01-Short of Breath at RestC119122CCQ01-Short of Breath at RestClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Short of breath while at rest?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Short of Breath at Rest
CCQ01-Short of Breath Physical ActivityC119123CCQ01-Short of Breath Physical ActivityClinical COPD Questionnaire 24 Hour Version - On average, during the past 24 hours, how often did you feel: Short of breath while doing physical activities?CCQ 24 Hour Version - Short of Breath Doing Physical Activity
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CL.C101811.CDR TESTCDClinical Dementia Rating Test Code
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C101811Clinical Dementia Rating Test CodeClinical Dementia Rating test code.CDISC Questionnaire CDR Test Code Terminology
CDR0101C102050CDR01-MemoryClinical Dementia Rating - Memory.CDR - Memory
CDR0102C102051CDR01-OrientationClinical Dementia Rating - Orientation.CDR - Orientation
CDR0103C102052CDR01-Judgment and Problem SolvingClinical Dementia Rating - Judgment and problem solving.CDR - Judgment and Problem Solving
CDR0104C102053CDR01-Community AffairsClinical Dementia Rating - Community affairs.CDR - Community Affairs
CDR0105C102054CDR01-Home and HobbiesClinical Dementia Rating - Home and hobbies.CDR - Home and Hobbies
CDR0106C102055CDR01-Personal CareClinical Dementia Rating - Personal care.CDR - Personal Care
CDR0107C113880CDR01-Sum of BoxesClinical Dementia Rating - Sum of Boxes.CDR - Sum of Boxes
CDR0108C113881CDR01-Global CDRClinical Dementia Rating - Global CDR.CDR - Global CDR
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CL.C101812.CDR TESTClinical Dementia Rating Test Name
(CDR TEST)
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C101812Clinical Dementia Rating Test NameClinical Dementia Rating test name.CDISC Questionnaire CDR Test Name Terminology
CDR01-Community AffairsC102053CDR01-Community AffairsClinical Dementia Rating - Community affairs.CDR - Community Affairs
CDR01-Global CDRC113881CDR01-Global CDRClinical Dementia Rating - Global CDR.CDR - Global CDR
CDR01-Home and HobbiesC102054CDR01-Home and HobbiesClinical Dementia Rating - Home and hobbies.CDR - Home and Hobbies
CDR01-Judgment and Problem SolvingC102052CDR01-Judgment and Problem SolvingClinical Dementia Rating - Judgment and problem solving.CDR - Judgment and Problem Solving
CDR01-MemoryC102050CDR01-MemoryClinical Dementia Rating - Memory.CDR - Memory
CDR01-OrientationC102051CDR01-OrientationClinical Dementia Rating - Orientation.CDR - Orientation
CDR01-Personal CareC102055CDR01-Personal CareClinical Dementia Rating - Personal care.CDR - Personal Care
CDR01-Sum of BoxesC113880CDR01-Sum of BoxesClinical Dementia Rating - Sum of Boxes.CDR - Sum of Boxes
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CL.C100150.CGI TESTCDClinical Global Impression Test Code
(CGI TESTCD)
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C100150Clinical Global Impression Test CodeClinical Global Impression test code.CDISC Questionnaire CGI Test Code Terminology
CGI0101C100955CGI01-Severity of IllnessClinical Global Impression - Considering your total clinical experience with this particular population, how mentally ill is the patient at this time?CGI - Severity of Illness
CGI0102C100956CGI01-Global ImprovementClinical Global Impression - Rate total improvement whether or not, in your judgment, it is due entirely to drug treatment. Compared to his condition at admission to the project, how much has he changed?CGI - Global Improvement
CGI0103C100957CGI01-Efficacy IndexClinical Global Impression - Rate this item on the basis of drug effect only. Select the terms which best describe the degrees of therapeutic effect and side effects and record the number in the box where the two items intersect.CGI - Efficacy Index
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CL.C100149.CGI TESTClinical Global Impression Test Name
(CGI TEST)
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C100149Clinical Global Impression Test NameClinical Global Impression test name.CDISC Questionnaire CGI Test Name Terminology
CGI01-Efficacy IndexC100957CGI01-Efficacy IndexClinical Global Impression - Rate this item on the basis of drug effect only. Select the terms which best describe the degrees of therapeutic effect and side effects and record the number in the box where the two items intersect.CGI - Efficacy Index
CGI01-Global ImprovementC100956CGI01-Global ImprovementClinical Global Impression - Rate total improvement whether or not, in your judgment, it is due entirely to drug treatment. Compared to his condition at admission to the project, how much has he changed?CGI - Global Improvement
CGI01-Severity of IllnessC100955CGI01-Severity of IllnessClinical Global Impression - Considering your total clinical experience with this particular population, how mentally ill is the patient at this time?CGI - Severity of Illness
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CL.C101813.COWS TESTCDClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Code
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C101813Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test CodeClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale test code.CDISC Questionnaire COWS Test Code Terminology
COWS101C102056COWS1-Resting Pulse RateClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Resting pulse rate.COWS - Resting Pulse Rate
COWS101AC112467COWS1-Resting Pulse Rate Beats/minuteClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Resting pulse rate: beats/minute.COWS - Resting Pulse Rate: Beats/Minute
COWS102C102057COWS1-SweatingClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Sweating.COWS - Sweating
COWS103C102058COWS1-RestlessnessClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Restlessness.COWS - Restlessness
COWS104C102059COWS1-Pupil SizeClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Pupil size.COWS - Pupil Size
COWS105C102060COWS1-Bone or Joint AchesClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Bone or joint aches.COWS - Bone or Joint Aches
COWS106C102061COWS1-Runny Nose or TearingClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Runny nose or tearing.COWS - Runny Nose or Tearing
COWS107C102062COWS1-GI UpsetClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - GI upset.COWS - GI Upset
COWS108C102063COWS1-TremorClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Tremor.COWS - Tremor
COWS109C102064COWS1-YawningClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Yawning.COWS - Yawning
COWS110C102065COWS1-Anxiety or IrritabilityClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Anxiety or irritability.COWS - Anxiety or Irritability
COWS111C102066COWS1-Gooseflesh SkinClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Gooseflesh skin.COWS - Gooseflesh Skin
COWS112C112468COWS1-Total ScoreClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Total score.COWS - Total Score
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CL.C101814.COWS TESTClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test Name
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C101814Clinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale Test NameClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale test name.CDISC Questionnaire COWS Test Name Terminology
COWS1-Anxiety or IrritabilityC102065COWS1-Anxiety or IrritabilityClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Anxiety or irritability.COWS - Anxiety or Irritability
COWS1-Bone or Joint AchesC102060COWS1-Bone or Joint AchesClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Bone or joint aches.COWS - Bone or Joint Aches
COWS1-GI UpsetC102062COWS1-GI UpsetClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - GI upset.COWS - GI Upset
COWS1-Gooseflesh SkinC102066COWS1-Gooseflesh SkinClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Gooseflesh skin.COWS - Gooseflesh Skin
COWS1-Pupil SizeC102059COWS1-Pupil SizeClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Pupil size.COWS - Pupil Size
COWS1-Resting Pulse RateC102056COWS1-Resting Pulse RateClinical Opiate Withdrawal Scale - Resting pulse rate.COWS - Resting Pulse Rate
COWS1-Resting Pulse Rate Beats/MinuteC112467COWS