CDISC SEND Controlled Terminology

CDISC SEND Controlled Terminology, 2018-06-29
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C66781Age Unit
C74456Anatomical Location
C88026Body System
C89960Body Weight Gain Test Code
C89959Body Weight Gain Test Name
C89962Body Weight Test Code
C89961Body Weight Test Name
C89963Category for Clinical Observation
C120529Chronicity
C90018Consciousness State
C66786Country
C89966Death Diagnosis Test Code
C89965Death Diagnosis Test Name
C99074Directionality
C120530Distribution
C90013ECG Lead
C71150ECG Result
C71153ECG Test Code
C71151ECG Test Method
C71152ECG Test Name
C124311Fetal Measurement Test Code
C124312Fetal Measurement Test Name
C124310Fetal Pathology Findings Result
C124313Fetal Pathology Findings Result Category
C124314Fetal Pathology Findings Test Code
C124315Fetal Pathology Findings Test Name
C89970Food and Water Consumption Test Code
C89969Food and Water Consumption Test Name
C71113Frequency
C124317Implantation Findings Result
C124316Implantation Findings Result Category
C124318Implantation Findings Test Code
C124319Implantation Findings Test Name
C65047Laboratory Test Code
C67154Laboratory Test Name
C99073Laterality
C89972Macroscopic Findings Test Code
C89971Macroscopic Findings Test Name
C89975Method of Termination
C90017Microscopic Histopathology Result Category
C88025Neoplasm Type
C90004Neoplastic Status
C66742No Yes Response
C120531Non-Neoplastic Finding Type
C124320Nonclinical DART Sex
C124321Nonclinical DART Trial Phases
C66789Not Done
C150810Null Flavor Reason
C89977Organ Measurement Test Code
C89976Organ Measurement Test Name
C66726Pharmaceutical Dosage Form
C95121Physical Properties Test Code
C95120Physical Properties Test Name
C85493PK Parameters
C85839PK Parameters Code
C85494PK Units of Measure
C128685PK Units of Measure - Dose mg
C128686PK Units of Measure - Dose ug
C128684PK Units of Measure - Weight g
C128683PK Units of Measure - Weight kg
C99075Portion/Totality
C71148Position
C124323Pregnancy Findings Result
C124322Pregnancy Findings Result Category
C124324Pregnancy Findings Test Code
C124325Pregnancy Findings Test Name
C78737Relationship Type
C66729Route of Administration Response
C120532SEND Cardiovascular Test Code
C120533SEND Cardiovascular Test Name
C111113SEND Domain Abbreviation
C90012SEND ECG Category
C89982SEND Implementation Guide Version
C89974SEND Microscopic Findings Test Code
C89973SEND Microscopic Findings Test Name
C120534SEND Respiratory Test Code
C120535SEND Respiratory Test Name
C90000SEND Severity
C90003SEND Study Type
C89981SEND Subject Characteristics Test Code
C89980SEND Subject Characteristics Test Name
C90009SEND Trial Summary Parameter Test Code
C90007SEND Trial Summary Parameter Test Name
C66731Sex
C66732Sex of Participants Response
C77808Species
C77529Specimen
C89968Standardized Disposition Term
C77530Strain/Substrain
C90002Study Category
C89967Study Design
C90006Tumor Findings Test Code
C90005Tumor Findings Test Name
C71620Unit
C66770Units for Vital Signs Results
C66741Vital Signs Test Code
C67153Vital Signs Test Name
C132321Within Normal Limits Results

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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
DAYSC25301A unit of measurement of time equal to 24 hours.Day
HOURSC25529Hours;h;hrA unit of measurement of time equal to 60 minutes.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.C74456.LOCAnatomical Location
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Extensible: Yes
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 CAVITYC12664AbdomenThe body cavity between the thoracic and pelvic cavities in mammals.Abdomen
ABDOMINAL LYMPH NODEC12360Any lymph node within the abdomen.Intra-Abdominal Lymph Node
ABDOMINAL REGIONC139186Any portion of the body that lies within the boundary, either internally or externally, of the abdomen: superior margin, the thorax; inferior margin, the pelvis; lateral margins, the ribs.Abdominal Region
ABDOMINAL SKINC52758Abdominal SkinThe integument that covers the abdomen.Abdominal Skin
ABDOMINAL WALLC77608The tissue that surrounds the organs present in the abdominal cavity.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 TENDONC32043The tendon that, in general, attaches the gastrocnemius muscle to the calcaneous bone in the tarsus.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
ADDUCTOR POLLICIS MUSCLEC52888A skeletal muscle of the forearm originating from the posterior surfaces of the ulna and radius and the interosseous membrane. (NCI)Abductor Pollicis Longus
ADRENAL GLANDC12666The endocrine glands adjacent to the kidneys that consist of the outer adrenal cortex and the inner adrenal medulla in mammals.Adrenal Gland
AMYGDALAC12440Amygdala;Amygdaloid Body;Amygdaloid NucleusA group of nuclei adjacent to the lateral ventricle of the brain within the temporal lobe, and is part of the limbic system.Amygdala
ANAL CANALC12375The terminal section of the alimentary canal, which extends from the anorectal junction and ends at the anal opening. (NCI)Anal Canal
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 CINGULATE CORTEXC139185The part of the cingulate cortex that lies most frontal, with the most anterior portion of the cortex bending in a horseshoe shape around the genu of the corpus callosum.Anterior Cingulate Cortex
ANTERIOR CINGULATE GYRUSC96217The part of the cingulate gyrus that lies inferior to the superior frontal gyrus, and is separated from it by the cingulate sulcus; it ends inferior to the rostrum of the corpus callosum.Cingulate Gyrus
ANTERIOR HORN OF THE LATERAL VENTRICLEC32637Frontal Horn of the Lateral VentricleThe part of the lateral ventricle located in the frontal lobe, anterior to the interventricular foramen of Monroe, and bounded by the septum pellucidum, fornix, and genu of the corpus callosum.Frontal Horn of the Lateral Ventricle
ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINEC139187A bony projection from the anterior region of the iliac crest, and is the site of attachment for the sartorius and tensor fascia latae muscles and the inguinal ligament.Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
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
ANUSC43362The distal orifice of the digestive tract located between the rectum and the external surface of the body, comprising glandular, transitional, and squamous epithelium.Anus
AORTAC12669The major artery of the body; it arises from the left ventricle of the heart and terminally bifurcates into the common iliac arteries.Aorta
AORTIC ARCHC32123Aortic ArchThe curved segment of the aorta between the ascending and the descending segments.Aortic Arch
AORTIC VALVEC12670A cardiac valve located between the left ventricle and the aorta.Aortic Valve
AORTIC VALVE ANNULUSC130167A fibrous membrane that attaches to, and provides support for, the aortic valve leaflets.Aortic Valve Annulus
AORTIC VALVE, LEFT CORONARY CUSPC127638Aortic Valve, Left Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the aortic valve that overlies the left coronary ostium.Left Coronary Cusp of the Aortic Valve
AORTIC VALVE, NON-CORONARY CUSPC127639Aortic Valve, Posterior Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the aortic valve that is positioned posteriorly relative to the left and right aortic cusps.Non-Coronary Cusp of the Aortic Valve
AORTIC VALVE, RIGHT CORONARY CUSPC127640Aortic Valve, Right Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the aortic valve that overlies the right coronary ostium.Right Coronary Cusp of the 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
AORTOCAVAL LYMPH NODEC118775A lymph node located in the area between the abdominal aorta and inferior vena cava. (NCI)Aortocaval Lymph Node
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
APPENDIXC12380A pouch-like tissue attached to the cecum, which may exist as a diverticulum.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 integument that covers the arm.Arm Skin
ARTERYC12372ArteryA blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart. (NCI)Artery
ASCENDING AORTAC32150The portion of the aorta that emerges from the left ventricle and precedes the aortic arch.Ascending Aorta
ASCENDING AORTA, AORTIC ROOTC127641The portion of the ascending aorta between the aortic annulus and the sinotubular junction.Aortic Root
ASCENDING AORTA, SINOTUBULAR JUNCTIONC127642The terminus of the aortic root; the point at which the aorta attains a tubular configuration.Sinotubular Junction
ASCENDING AORTA, SINUS OF VALSALVAC33557Any one of the naturally occurring sinuses of the aortic root distal to the semilunar valve.Sinus of Valsalva
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 NODEC12904Lymph node(s) in the axillary region.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 GANGLIAC12447Clusters of neurons comprising the globus pallidus, putamen, caudate, nucleus accumbens, substantia nigra and subthalamic nucleus.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 MUSCLEC32200A muscle of the proximal arm/forelimb, in general extending from the scapula to the radius and adjacent fascia; primary function is flexion of the elbow joint and, in some species, also functions in supination of the antebrachium.Biceps
BICEPS FEMORIS MUSCLEC53147A muscle in the thigh, in general extending from the ischial tuberosity and posterior femur to the fibula; primary function is to extend the femorotibial joint.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
BLADDERC12414The 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 VESSELC12679A 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
BONEC12366Calcified connective tissue that forms the skeletal components of the body. (NCI)Bone
BONE MARROWC12431The tissue occupying the spaces of some bones. It consists of blood vessel sinuses and a network of hematopoietic cells.Bone Marrow
BRACHIAL ARTERYC12681An artery of the forelimb; in general it arises from the axillary artery and branches to form the radial and ulnar arteries.Brachial Artery
BRACHIAL LYMPH NODEC92221Lymph node(s) adjacent to the brachial vein.Brachial Lymph Node
BRACHIAL PLEXUSC12682Brachial PlexusA nerve network originating from spinal nerves in the cervical and thoracic vertebrae and giving rise to multiple nerves that innervate the arm/forelimb.Brachial Plexus
BRACHIALIS MUSCLEC53149A muscle that originates from the lower two-thirds of the anterior surface of the humerus that flexes the elbow. (NCI)Brachialis
BRACHIORADIALIS MUSCLEC150849A muscle in the forearm, in general extending from the proximal two-thirds of the lateral supracondylar ridge of the humerus and inserting into the styloid process of the radius; primary function is flexion of the elbow and pronation and supination of the forearm.Brachioradialis Muscle
BRAINC12439Nervous System, BrainAn organ composed of grey and white matter that is the center for intelligence and reasoning. It is protected by the bony cranium.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
BRAIN VENTRICLE, LATERALC12834The rostral extensions of the ventricular system of the brain consisting of two cavities, one on each side of the brain within the central regions of each cerebral hemisphere. Cerebrospinal fluid flows from the lateral ventricles into the centrally third ventricle via the foramen of Monroe. (NCI)Lateral Ventricle
BRAIN, PERIVENTRICULAR REGIONC132390The area of the body surrounding the ventricles of the brain.Periventricular Region
BRAIN, THIRD VENTRICLEC12827A centrally placed component of the ventricular system of the brain that is located in the diencephalon; the thalamus and the hypothalamus border the third ventricle.Third 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
BRONCHUSC12683BronchiTubular structure in continuation with the trachea, serving as an air passage.Bronchus
BUCCAL MUCOSAC12505The mucosal membranes located on the inside of the cheek, in the buccal cavity. (NCI)Buccal Mucosa
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
CALCANEAL TUBEROSITYC142295A roughened surface on the superior portion of the posterior half of the calcaneus, where the calcaneal (Achilles) tendon inserts.Calcaneal Tuberosity
CALCANEUSC32250The irregular and largest tarsal bone that forms the heel. (NCI)Calcaneum
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
CAPITATE-HAMATE JOINTC139188A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist connecting the capitate bone to the hamate bone.Capitate-Hamate Joint
CAPITATE-LUNATE JOINTC139189A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist connecting the capitate bone to the lunate bone.Capitate-Lunate Joint
CARDIAC VALVEC12729A valve located in the heart.Cardiac Valve
CARDIAC WALLC139201All of the tissue that comprises the solid, outer structure of the heart, including the epicardium, the myocardium, and the endocardium.Cardiac Wall
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMC12686Circulatory SystemA collection of organs including the heart and the blood vessels.Cardiovascular System
CAROTID ARTERYC12687Common Carotid ArteryAn artery of the mediastinum and neck; in general it arises as a primary or secondary branch of the aortic arch and branches into the internal and external carotid arteries.Carotid Artery
CARPAL BONEC12688Any of the bones of the joint located between the radius and ulna and metacarpus.Carpal Bone
CARPOMETACARPAL JOINTC32265The articulation of the proximal bases of the metacarpal bones and the distal carpal bones in the fingers, and the first metacarpal bone and the trapezium bone of the wrist in the thumb.Carpometacarpal Joint
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 NUCLEUSC12451The grey matter adjacent to each lateral ventricle of the brain that comprises the medial dorsal striatum of the basal ganglia.Caudate Nucleus
CECUMC12381The pouch-like portion of the proximal large intestine opening into the colon.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 VEINC32286Vena CephalicaA vein of the arm/forelimb; in general it arises from the dorsal venous network of the hand/forefoot and drains into the axillary vein.Cephalic Vein
CEREBELLUMC12445The portion of the brain that extends from the brainstem through the cerebellar folia.Cerebellum
CEREBRAL ARTERYC12691Any artery supplying the cerebral cortex.Cerebral Artery
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
CEREBRUMC12351The portion of the brain comprising the frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes and extending through the thalamus.Cerebral Hemisphere
CERVICAL LYMPH NODEC32298Lymph node(s) in the cervical region, or neck.Cervical Lymph Node
CERVICAL SPINEC69313The vertebrae located above the thoracic vertebrae.Cervical Spine
CERVICAL VERTEBRAC12693Any one of the vertebrae situated between the skull and the thoracic vertebrae.Cervical Vertebra
CERVIX UTERIC12311Cervix Uteri;Uterine CervixThe portion of the uterus (or uterine horns) that empties into the vagina.Cervix Uteri
CHEEKC13070The soft tissue on the lateral aspects of the face, generally bounded by the eyes, nose, ear, and jaw line.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
CHINC81169The part of the face below the lower lip and including the protruding part of the lower jaw.Mentum
CHOROIDC12344A blood vessel-containing membrane of the eye that lies between the retina and the sclera. (NCI)Choroid
CHOROID PLEXUSC12694Blood vessels and ependyma forming villous structures in the ventricles of the brain.Choroid Plexus
CILIARY BODYC12345Circumferential tissue located behind the iris and composed of muscle and epithelium.Ciliary Body
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
CLAVICLEC12695The paired bone that is situated between the sternum and the shoulder.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
COLONC12382The portion of the large intestine which extends from the cecum (or small intestine in animals that don't have a cecum) to the rectum.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
CONJUNCTIVAC12341A thin tissue divided into the palpebral conjunctiva (covering the inner side of the eye lid) and the bulbar conjunctiva (covering the eyeball). (NCI)Conjunctiva
CORNEAC12342The transparent, avascular tissue covering the front of the eye and is continuous with the sclera.Cornea
CORONARY ARTERYC12843One of the arteries of the heart; in general it arises from the aortic root and supplies the myocardium.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 brain that connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres.Corpus Callosum
CORPUS CALLOSUM, BODYC32216An area within the corpus callosum between the genu (anterior region) and the splenium (posterior region).Body of the Corpus Callosum
CORPUS CALLOSUM, GENUC32675The anterior portion of the corpus callosum that bends down and back.Genu of the Corpus Callosum
CORPUS CALLOSUM, SPLENIUMC33610The thick, convex posterior region of the corpus callosum.Splenium of the 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 CAVITYC77638Intracranial CavityThe space 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
DELTOID MUSCLEC32446The muscle that creates the rounded contour of the shoulder which originates from the lateral third of the clavicle, the superior surface of the acromion process, and the posterior border of the spine of the scapula and inserts on the lateral side of the shaft of the humerus. (NCI)Deltoid
DIAPHRAGMC12702A musculotendinous sheet separating the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity.Diaphragm
DIAPHRAGMATIC LYMPH NODEC132391Lymph node located adjacent to the diaphragm.Diaphragmatic Lymph Node
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 FEMUR R1C139208The portion of the distal femur, identified during a dual x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) scan, that contains primarily metaphyseal or trabecular bone.Distal Femur R1
DISTAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102291DIP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the hand or foot articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 PHALANX 2 OF THE HANDC139190The bone that forms the tip of the second finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand.Hand Digit 2 Distal Phalanx
DISTAL PHALANX 3 OF THE HANDC139191The bone that forms the tip of the third finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand.Hand Digit 3 Distal Phalanx
DISTAL PHALANX 4 OF THE HANDC139192The bone that forms the tip of the fourth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand.Hand Digit 4 Distal Phalanx
DISTAL PHALANX 5 OF THE HANDC139193The bone that forms the tip of the fifth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand.Hand Digit 5 Distal Phalanx
DISTAL RADIOULNAR JOINTC139194The articulation of the distal head of the ulna bone and the ulnar notch of the radius.Distal Radioulnar Joint
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
DUODENUMC12263The portion of the small intestine between the stomach and jejunum.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
EARC12394A sensory organ that contains auditory and vestibular apparatuses.Ear
EAR, INNERC12499Internal Ear;LabyrinthThe innermost portion of the ear that contains the vestibule, cochlea and semicircular canals.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 mucous membranes called the endometrium.Endometrial Cavity
ENDOMETRIUMC12313The mucous membrane comprising the inner layer of the uterine wall.Endometrium
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 adjacent to the testis. It consists of a single highly coiled duct and is divided into 3 regions: caput (head), corpus (body) and cauda (tail).Epididymis
EPIDURAL SPACEC41449The body space between the dura mater and the walls of the vertebral canal.Epidural Spinal Canal Space
EPIGASTRIC LYMPH NODEC139195A parietal lymph node located along the inferior epigastric vessels.Epigastric Lymph Node
EPIGASTRIC REGIONC32525The most superior, central area of the abdomen, lying immediately superior to the umbilicus and bounded laterally by the costal margins.Epigastric Region
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
ESOPHAGEAL LYMPH NODEC139196Any lymph node located near the esophagus, including cervical, and upper, middle, and lower thoracic lymph nodes.Esophageal 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
EYEC12401EyeballThe sensory organ of vision.Eye
EYE, ANTERIOR CHAMBERC12667The space in the eye filled with aqueous humor and bounded by the cornea, a small portion of the sclera, a small portion of the ciliary body, the iris and lens. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed, p109)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
EYELIDC12713PalpebraThe section of skin, containing muscle and conjunctiva, that covers and protects the eye.Eyelid
FACEC13071The portion of the head that contains the structures such as the eyes, nose, mouth, 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 NerveA cranial nerve extending from the brain stem between the pons and medulla, which innervates the facial muscles, glands and the tongue.Facial Nerve
FALCIFORM LIGAMENTC32582A fold of tissue consisting of two layers of peritoneum extending from the notch of the anterior margin of the liver to the anterior abdominal wall and diaphragm.Falciform Ligament
FALLOPIAN TUBEC12403Fallopian TubeThe tube through which eggs pass from an ovary.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 ARTERYC12715An artery of the thigh; in general it arises from the external iliac artery distal to the inguinal ligment and continues as the popliteal artery.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 VEINC12716A vein of the thigh; in general it arises from the popliteal vein and drains into the external iliac vein.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, FemoralThe bone positioned between the pelvis and the femorotibial joint.Femur
FEMUR SHAFTC96209The cylindrical body of the femur. (NCI)Femoral Shaft
FIBULAC12718The long bone that is lateral to the tibia.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 DORSAL INTEROSSEOUS MUSCLE OF THE FOOTC139197A dorsal interosseous muscle of the foot that originates on the lateral side of the first metatarsal and the medial side of the second metatarsal, and inserts into the medial side of the base of the proximal phalanx of the second toe.First Dorsal Interosseous Muscle of the Foot
FIRST DORSAL INTEROSSEOUS MUSCLE OF THE HANDC139198A dorsal interosseous muscle of the hand that originates on the proximal half of the lateral border of the index metacarpal and the full length of the medial border of the thumb metacarpal, and inserts into the lateral side of the index finger.First Dorsal Interosseous Muscle of the Hand
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
FLANKC93028The region on either side of the body that extends from the last rib to the hip.Flank
FLEXOR CARPI RADIALIS MUSCLEC53155A muscle in the forearm running from the head of the humerus to the radial side of the wrist that flexes and radially abducts the hand. (NCI)Flexor Carpi Radialis
FLEXOR CARPI ULNARIS MUSCLEC53156A muscle in the forearm running from the humeral and ulnar heads to the ulnar side of the wrist that flexes and abducts the hand toward the ulna. (NCI)Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
FLEXOR DIGITORUM PROFUNDUS MUSCLEC52923A muscle in the forearm beginning at the head of the ulna and ending with four tendons projecting to the second, third, fourth, and fifth fingers which flexes the midcarpal, metacarpophalangeal and interphalangeal joints. (NCI)Flexor Digitorum Profundus
FLEXOR DIGITORUM SUPERFICIALIS MUSCLEC150850A muscle in the forearm, in general extending from the humeroulnar and radial heads of the forearm to the middle phalanges of the second through fifth digits of the hand; primary function is flexion of the fingers at the proximal interphalangeal joints.Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Muscle
FLEXOR POLLICIS LONGUS MUSCLEC150851A muscle in the forearm, in general extending from the anterior surface of the radius and interosseous membrane to the palmar aspect of the base of the distal phalanx of the thumb; primary function is flexion of the thumb.Flexor Pollicis Longus Muscle
FLOOR OF MOUTHC54187The area of the mouth under the ventral surface of the tongue.Floor of Mouth
FOOTC32622The entire structure distal to the ankle joint/tarsus, which includes the metatarsus and digit(s).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 EYEC135172The portion of the interior of the eye that includes the sensory retina, the optic disc, and the macula.Eye Fundus
FUNDUS OF THE STOMACHC12257The blind sac region of the glandular stomach.Fundus of the Stomach
GALLBLADDERC12377A sac-like organ located adjacent to the liver that stores and concentrates bile produced by the liver.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 CARDIAC12256The region of the stomach adjacent to the esophogastric junction.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
GINGIVAC32677GumThe 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
GINGIVAL MUCOSAC139199The portion of the oral mucosa that surrounds the cervical aspect of teeth and the alveolar process of the jaw.Gingival Mucosa
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
GLOBUS PALLIDUSC12449Paired nuclei at the base of the forebrain that, along with the putamen, form the lentiform nucleus of the basal ganglia.Globus Pallidus
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
GUT-ASSOCIATED LYMPHOID TISSUEC12936GALTLymphoid tissue located in the mucosa of the digestive tract.Gut-Associated Lymphoid Tissue
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 PALATEC12230The part of the roof of the mouth supported by bone.Hard Palate
HEADC12419The portion of the body containing the mouth, the brain and multiple 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
HEARTC12727A hollow muscular organ which receives the blood from the veins and pumps it into the arteries.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 smaller chamber(s) of the heart that receives blood from the peripheral circulation and/or the lungs.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 ATRIAL APPENDAGEC127643A small muscular pouch located in the wall of the left atrium.Left Atrial Appendage
HEART, LEFT ATRIUMC12869The smaller chamber on the left side of the heart, which receives oxygenated blood from the pulmonary veins and pumps it through the left atrioventricular valve into the left ventricle.Left Atrium
HEART, LEFT VENTRICLEC12871Left VentricleThe larger chamber on the left side of the heart, which receives oxygenated blood from the left atrium and pumps it through the aortic valve into the aorta.Left Ventricle
HEART, LEFT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACTC127644The structure through which blood flows from the left ventricle into the aortic root.Left Ventricular Outflow Tract
HEART, LEFT VENTRICULAR WALLC127645The wall of the left ventricle, comprising anterior, inferior, lateral, apical, basal wall; and excluding the interventricular septum.Left Ventricular Wall
HEART, RIGHT ATRIAL APPENDAGEC127646A small muscular pouch located in the wall of the right atrium.Right Atrial Appendage
HEART, RIGHT ATRIUMC12868The smaller chamber on the right side of the heart, which receives deoxygenated blood from the body and pumps it through the right atrioventricular valve into the right ventricle.Right Atrium
HEART, RIGHT VENTRICLEC12870Right VentricleThe larger chamber on the right side of the heart, which receives deoxygenated blood from the right atrium and pumps it through the pulmonic valve into the pulmonary arteries.Right Ventricle
HEART, RIGHT VENTRICULAR FREE WALLC127647The lateral segment of the right ventricular wall, excluding the anterior and inferior right ventricular wall.Right Ventricular Free Wall
HEART, RIGHT VENTRICULAR OUTFLOW TRACTC127648The structure through which blood flows from the right ventricle into the pulmonary trunk.Right Ventricular Outflow Tract
HEART, RIGHT VENTRICULAR WALLC127649The wall of the right ventricle, comprising anterior, inferior, and lateral walls; and excluding the interventricular septum.Right Ventricular Wall
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 larger chamber(s) of the heart that receives blood from an atrium and pushes it out of the heart into the peripheral circulation and/or the lungs.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 NODEC77640Lymph node(s) adjacent to the liver.Hepatic Lymph Node
HEPATIC VEINC32736The blood vessels that drain blood from the central veins of the liver into the inferior vena cava.Hepatic Vein
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
HIPPOCAMPUSC12444A curved gray matter structure of the cerebrum that is part of the limbic system.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, HumeralThe bone between the scapulohumeral and humeroulnar joints.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
HYPOTHALAMUSC12458A small region of the brain composed of multiple nuclei and located underneath the thalamus.Hypothalamus
ILEUMC12387The portion of the small intestine between the jejunum and large intestine.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 NODEC32761Lymph node(s) adjacent to the iliac vessels in the iliosacral region and cranial to the iliofemoral lymph node.Iliac Lymph Node
ILIOTIBIAL BANDC139207A dense band of avascular, regular connective tissue. It is formed as the union of the superficial and deep layers of the tensor fascia latae, creating a thick band that extends inferiorly, taking its origins from the iliac crest, the tensor fascia latae, and the gluteus maximus, travelling inferiolaterally along the thigh, and inserting on Gerdy's tubercle on the lateral aspect of the tibia. Functionally, the iliotibial band helps to flex, abduct, and medially rotate the femur at the hip joint, and it also helps to stabilize the knee laterally.Iliotibial Band
ILIUMC32765IliumThe broad, dorsal, upper, and widest of the three principal bones composing either half of the pelvis. (NCI)Ilium
INCISORC32769A tooth between the canines in either jaw.Incisor
INCUSC32770IncusOne of the three bones comprising the middle ear. This anvil-shaped bone is positioned between the malleus and the stapes. (NCI)Incus
INFERIOR PUBIC RAMUSC132392The portion of the pubic ramus that lies between the superior pubic ramus and the inferior ramus of the ischium.Inferior Pubic Ramus
INFERIOR VENA CAVAC12815A large vein that returns blood from the lower half of the body to the heart.Inferior Vena Cava
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 distal to the renal arteries.Infrarenal Aortic Segment
INFRATENTORIAL BRAINC12509The part of the brain below the tentorium cerebellum. (NCI)Infratentorial Brain
INGUINAL LYMPH NODEC32801Lymph node(s) in the inguinal region.Inguinal Lymph Node
INGUINAL REGIONC12726GroinThe lower region of the anterior abdominal wall located laterally to the pubic region. (NCI)Inguinal Region
INSULAR CORTEXC32278Central LobeA distinct cerebral lobe positioned in the depth of the Sylvian fissures and overlaid entirely by adjacent regions of the cerebral hemispheres.Central Lobe
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 ARTERYC52941An artery of the thoracic wall; in general it arises from the subclavian artery and branches into the musculophrenic and superior epigastric arteries.Internal Mammary Artery
INTERNAL MAMMARY LYMPH NODEC32853Lymph node(s) in or adjacent to the mammary gland.Internal Mammary Lymph Node
INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 1C102301IP1A ginglymoid (hinge) synovial joint within the first digit of the hand or foot articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 SEPTUMC32874Interventricular Septal WallThe wall that separates the left and right ventricles of the heart. (NCI)Interventricular Septum
INTESTINEC12736The portion of the gastrointestinal tract that includes the small and large intestines.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
IRISC12737The tissue in the eye that separates the anterior chamber from the posterior chamber.Iris
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
JEJUNUMC12388The portion of the small intestine between the duodenum and ileum.Jejunum
JOINTC13044Articulation;JointThe connection point between two bones or skeletal elements. The joint may be fixed or movable. (NCI)Joint
JUGULAR VEINC12738Vena JugularisOne of the veins of the neck; in general it arises from the junction of the maxillary and linguofacial veins and drains into the brachiocephalic or the cranial caval vein.Jugular Vein
KIDNEYC12415The organs of the urinary tract located in the retroperitoneal cavity adjacent to the spine and composed of the renal cortex and the renal medulla.Kidney
KIDNEY, CORTEXC12739Renal CortexThe division of the renal parenchyma located between the renal capsule and the renal medulla, which contains glomeruli and tubules for filtering blood.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 deepest division of the renal parenchyma, comprising the renal pyramids, which contain a dense network of nephrons, all of which are part of the blood filtration process.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 JOINTC32898Femorotibial Joint;Joint, Stifle;Knee;Tibiofemoral JointThe joint connecting the lower part of the femur with the upper part of the tibia.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
L4-L5 INTERVERTEBRAL SPACEC142296The space between the L4 and L5 vertebrae.L4-L5 Intervertebral Space
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 GLANDC12346The exocrine glands that produce the watery serous component of tears.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 BowelThe avillous section of the intestine composed of crypts and extending from the terminal small intestine to the external orifice.Large Intestine
LARYNXC12420The cartilaginous structure of the respiratory tract between the pharynx and the trachea.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 HUMERAL EPICONDYLEC139202A bone prominence at the distal end of the humerus to which the radial collateral ligament of the elbow joint, the anconeus and supinator muscles, and the common extensor tendon are attached.Lateral Humeral Epicondyle
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
LATISSIMUS DORSI MUSCLEC33150Musculus Latissimus DorsiA muscle of the back, in general extending from the thoracolumbar vertebrae and scapula to the proximal humerus; primary function is adduction, extension, and medial rotation of the shoulder joint.Musculus Latissimus Dorsi
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 APEX SEGMENTC127650The apical cap division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Apex Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR APICAL ANTERIOR SEGMENTC127651The anterior portion of the apical division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Apical Anterior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR APICAL INFERIOR SEGMENTC127652The inferior portion of the apical division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Apical Inferior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR APICAL LATERAL SEGMENTC127653The lateral portion of the apical division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Apical Lateral Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR APICAL SEPTAL SEGMENTC127654The septal portion of the apical division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Apical Septal Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL ANTERIOR SEGMENTC127655The anterior portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Anterior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL ANTEROLATERAL SEGMENTC127656The anterolateral portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Anterolateral Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL ANTEROSEPTAL SEGMENTC127657The anteroseptal portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Anteroseptal Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL INFERIOR SEGMENTC127658The inferior portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Inferior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL INFEROLATERAL SEGMENTC127659The inferolateral portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Inferolateral Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR BASAL INFEROSEPTAL SEGMENTC127660The inferoseptal portion of the basal division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Basal Inferoseptal Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR EPICARDIUMC102315The outermost layer of cardiac tissue lining of the left ventricle.Left Ventricular Epicardium
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID ANTERIOR SEGMENTC127661The anterior portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Anterior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID ANTEROLATERAL SEGMENTC127662The anterolateral portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Anterolateral Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID ANTEROSEPTAL SEGMENTC127663The anteroseptal portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Anteroseptal Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID INFERIOR SEGMENTC127664The inferior portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Inferior Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID INFEROLATERAL SEGMENTC127665The inferolateral portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Inferolateral Segment
LEFT VENTRICULAR MID INFEROSEPTAL SEGMENTC127666The inferoseptal portion of the mid-cavity division of the left ventricular myocardium as determined using the AHA 17-Segment Model (Cerqueira MD, Weissman NJ, Dilsizian V, Jacobs AK, Kaul S, Laskey WK, Pennell DJ, Rumberger JA, Ryan T, Verani MS; American Heart Association Writing Group on Myocardial Segmentation and Registration for Cardiac Imaging. Standardized myocardial segmentation and nomenclature for tomographic imaging of the heart. A statement for healthcare professionals from the Cardiac Imaging Committee of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association. Circulation. 2002 Jan 29;105(4):539-42.).Left Ventricular Mid Inferoseptal Segment
LEGC32974LegOne of the two lower extremities in humans used for locomotion and support. (NCI)Leg
LEG SKINC52749Leg SkinThe integument that covers the leg.Leg Skin
LENSC12743Crystalline Lens;Ocular LensThe structure of the eye through which light is focused onto the retina.Lens
LEPTOMENINGESC32979The two innermost layers of tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord, the arachnoid mater and the pia mater. (NCI)Leptomeninges
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
LIMBC12429ExtremityA jointed extremity of the upper/thoracic or lower/pelvic regions.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 mainly 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 JUGULAR LYMPH NODEC132512Any lymph nodes located within close proximity to the lower third of the internal jugular vein, extending from the inferior border of the cricoid cartilage (superiorly) to the clavicle (inferiorly). The anterior (medial) boundary is the lateral border of the sternohyoid muscle and the posterior (lateral) boundary is the posterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. (AJCC 8th ed.)Lower Jugular Lymph Node Group (Level IV)
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
LUMBRICAL MUSCLES OF THE HANDC150852One of a group of four short muscles in the hand that extend from the radial and ulnar sides of the tendons of the flexor digitorum profundus to the radial lateral band of the extensor expansion tendon; primary function is extension of the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints.Lumbrical Muscle
LUNATE BONEC12786Lunate BoneThe bone in the proximal row of carpal bones that lies between the scaphoid and triquetral bones. (NCI)Lunate Bone
LUNGC12468A thoracic organ that has variable lobation and is the primary respiratory organ of mammals.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, LEFT, INFERIOR LOBE, ANTERIOR BASAL SEGMENTC132393The anterior basal segment of the inferior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Inferior Lobe, Anterior Basal Segment
LUNG, LEFT, INFERIOR LOBE, LATERAL BASAL SEGMENTC132394The lateral basal segment of the inferior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Inferior Lobe, Lateral Basal Segment
LUNG, LEFT, INFERIOR LOBE, MEDIAL BASAL SEGMENTC132395The medial basal segment of the inferior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Inferior Lobe, Medial Basal Segment
LUNG, LEFT, INFERIOR LOBE, POSTERIOR BASAL SEGMENTC132396The posterior basal segment of the inferior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Inferior Lobe, Posterior Basal Segment
LUNG, LEFT, INFERIOR LOBE, SUPERIOR SEGMENTC132397The superior segment of the inferior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Inferior Lobe, Superior Segment
LUNG, LEFT, SUPERIOR LOBE, ANTERIOR SEGMENTC132398The anterior segment of the superior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Superior Lobe, Anterior Segment
LUNG, LEFT, SUPERIOR LOBE, APICOPOSTERIOR SEGMENTC132399The apicoposterior segment of the superior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Superior Lobe, Apicoposterior Segment
LUNG, LEFT, SUPERIOR LOBE, INFERIOR LINGULAR SEGMENTC132400The inferior lingular segment of the superior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Superior Lobe, Inferior Lingular Segment
LUNG, LEFT, SUPERIOR LOBE, SUPERIOR LINGULAR SEGMENTC132401The superior lingular segment of the superior lobe of the left lung.Left Lung, Superior Lobe, Superior Lingular Segment
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
LUNG, RIGHT, INFERIOR LOBE, ANTERIOR BASAL SEGMENTC132402The anterior basal segment of the inferior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Inferior Lobe, Anterior Basal Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, INFERIOR LOBE, LATERAL BASAL SEGMENTC132403The lateral basal segment of the inferior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Inferior Lobe, Lateral Basal Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, INFERIOR LOBE, MEDIAL BASAL SEGMENTC132404The medial basal segment of the inferior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Inferior Lobe, Medial Basal Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, INFERIOR LOBE, POSTERIOR BASAL SEGMENTC132405The posterior basal segment of the inferior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Inferior Lobe, Posterior Basal Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, INFERIOR LOBE, SUPERIOR SEGMENTC132406The superior segment of the inferior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Inferior Lobe, Superior Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, MIDDLE LOBE, LATERAL SEGMENTC132407The lateral segment of the middle lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Middle Lobe, Lateral Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, MIDDLE LOBE, MEDIAL SEGMENTC132408The medial segment of the middle lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Middle Lobe, Medial Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, SUPERIOR LOBE, ANTERIOR SEGMENTC132409The anterior segment of the superior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Superior Lobe, Anterior Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, SUPERIOR LOBE, APICAL SEGMENTC132410The apical segment of the superior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Superior Lobe, Apical Segment
LUNG, RIGHT, SUPERIOR LOBE, POSTERIOR SEGMENTC132411The posterior segment of the superior lobe of the right lung.Right Lung, Superior Lobe, Posterior Segment
LYMPH NODEC12745Lymphatic GlandSecondary lymphoid organ associated with lymphatic vessels and consisting of an outer cortex, inner medulla and sinuses.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 GLANDC12367The exocrine glands of the mammae that produce milk in females, and are composed of lobules, alveolar ducts and alveoli.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
MAXILLAC26470The upper jaw bone holding the upper teeth.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
MEDIAL FEMORAL CONDYLEC139204A rounded, bony projection on the inner side of the distal end of the femur to which the medial collateral and the posterior cruciate ligaments are attached.Medial Femoral Condyle
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 NODEC33073Lymph node(s) in the mediastinal region.Mediastinal Lymph Node
MEDIASTINUMC12748The central region of the thoracic cavity of mammals containing a group of organs surrounded by loose connective tissue, which separates the two pleural sacs.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 OBLONGATAC12442The portion of the brainstem between the pons and cervical spinal cord.Medulla Oblongata
MENINGESC12348Any one of three membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. (NCI)Meninges
MESENTERIC ARTERYC52975One of the arteries of the abdomen; in general it arises from the abdominal aorta and supplies blood mainly to the intestines.Mesenteric Artery
MESENTERIC LYMPH NODEC77641Lymph node(s) in or adjacent to the mesentery.Mesenteric Lymph Node
MESENTERYC33103A double layer of peritoneum that attaches to the wall of the abdominal cavity and supports the small intestines.Mesentery
METACARPAL 1 BASEC127667The proximal end of the first metacarpal bone.Metacarpal 1 Base
METACARPAL BONEC12751Any of the five bones between the wrist and the fingers that form the skeleton of the palm. (NCI)Metacarpal Bone
METACARPAL BONE 1C52796The first of the five long bones located in the palm of the hand, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it articulates proximally with the trapezium and distally with the thenar phalanx (thumb).Metacarpal Bone Digit 1
METACARPAL BONE 2C52795The second of the five long bones located in the palm of the hand, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it articulates proximally with the trapezoid and distally with the second phalanx (index finger).Metacarpal Bone Digit 2
METACARPAL BONE 3C52794The third of the five long bones located in the palm of the hand, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it articulates proximally with the capitate and the second and fourth metacarpals, and distally with the third phalanx (middle finger).Metacarpal Bone Digit 3
METACARPAL BONE 4C52793The fourth of the five long bones located in the palm of the hand, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it articulates proximally with the capitate, hamate, and third and fifth metacarpal bones, and distally with the fourth phalanx (ring finger).Metacarpal Bone Digit 4
METACARPAL BONE 5C52792The fifth of the five long bones located in the palm of the hand, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it articulates proximally with the hamate and fourth metacarpal, and distally with the fifth phalanx (small finger).Metacarpal Bone Digit 5
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 1C102316MCP1A condyloid synovial joint within the first digit of the hand articulating the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 1
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102317MCP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the hand articulating the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 2
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102318MCP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the hand articulating the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 3
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102319MCP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand articulating the metacarpal to the proximal phalanx.Metacarpophalangeal Joint 4
METACARPOPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102320MCP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the hand articulating 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 articulating metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 1
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 2C102322MTP2A condyloid synovial joint within the second digit of the foot articulating metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 2
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 3C102323MTP3A condyloid synovial joint within the third digit of the foot articulating metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 3
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 4C102324MTP4A condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the foot articulating metatarsal with the proximal phalanx.Metatarsophalangeal Joint 4
METATARSOPHALANGEAL JOINT 5C102325MTP5A condyloid synovial joint within the fifth digit of the foot articulating 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-JUGULAR LYMPH NODEC132511Any lymph nodes located within close proximity to the middle third of the internal jugular vein, extending from the inferior border of the hyoid bone (superiorly) to the inferior border of the cricoid cartilage (inferiorly). The anterior (medial) boundary is the lateral border of the sternohyoid muscle, and the posterior (lateral) boundary is the posterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. (AJCC 8th ed.)Middle Jugular Lymph Node Group (Level III)
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
MIDBRAINC12510MesencephalonThe portion of the brainstem between the pons and diencephalon.Mesencephalon
MIDDLE EARC12274The part of the ear including the eardrum and ossicles.Middle Ear
MIDDLE PHALANX 2 OF THE HANDC142297The long bone in the second finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the proximal and distal phalanges.Hand Digit 2 Middle Phalanx
MIDDLE PHALANX 3 OF THE HANDC142298The long bone in the third finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the proximal and distal phalanges.Hand Digit 3 Middle Phalanx
MIDDLE PHALANX 4 OF THE HANDC142299The long bone in the fourth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the proximal and distal phalanges.Hand Digit 4 Middle Phalanx
MIDDLE PHALANX 5 OF THE HANDC142300The long bone in the fifth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the proximal and distal phalanges.Hand Digit 5 Middle Phalanx
MITRAL VALVEC12753Mitral ValveA cardiac valve located between the left atrium and ventricle.Mitral Valve
MITRAL VALVE ANNULUSC127306A fibrous membrane that attaches to, and provides support for, the mitral valve leaflets.Mitral Valve Annulus
MITRAL VALVE, ANTERIOR ANNULUSC127668Mitral Valve, Anteroseptal AnnulusThe portion of the mitral valve annulus that attaches to the anterior mitral valve leaflet.Anterior Annulus of the Mitral Valve
MITRAL VALVE, ANTERIOR CUSPC127669The cusp of the mitral valve that is anchored to the aortic-mitral curtain.Anterior Cusp of the Mitral Valve
MITRAL VALVE, POSTERIOR ANNULUSC127670Mitral Valve, Posterolateral AnnulusThe portion of the mitral valve annulus that attaches to the posterior mitral valve leaflet.Posterior Annulus of the Mitral Valve
MITRAL VALVE, POSTERIOR CUSPC127671The cusp of the mitral valve that is located posterior to the two commissures, and which has no attachment to the aortic root.Posterior Cusp of the 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
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEMC12754The system of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, joints and associated tissues.Musculoskeletal System
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 CAVITYC12424The upper respiratory tract extending from the nares to the pharynx.Nasal Cavity
NASAL SEPTUMC33160Nasal SeptumThe thin wall between the two nasal cavities. (NCI)Nasal Septum
NASOPHARYNXC12423The part of the pharynx above the soft palate, which is continuous with the nasal cavity and extends to the oropharynx.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 neuronal fibers that transmits electrochemical impulses encoding sensory and motor information from one body part to another.Nerve
NIPPLEC12299The protuberance in the skin where the ducts of the mammary gland open.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
NUCHAL LYMPH NODEC142301Any lymph node located in the posterior of the neck, including the postauricular, superficial occipital, middle posterior cervical chain, and lower posterior cervical chain.Nuchal Lymph Node
NUCLEUS ACCUMBENSC52733A nucleus comprising neurons in the forebrain, ventral to the dorsal caudate and putamen.Accumbens Nucleus
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
OBTURATOR EXTERNUS MUSCLEC33191A muscle of the pelvis that originates on the obturator foramen and obturatory membrane and inserts on the trochanteric fossa of the femur.Obturator Externus Muscle
OBTURATOR INTERNUS MUSCLEC33192A muscle of the pelvis that originates on the ischiopubic ramus and obturator membrane and inserts on the greater trochanter.Obturator Internus Muscle
OBTURATOR MUSCLEC33193One of two muscles located in the pelvis: the obturator externus muscle or the obturator internus muscle. (NCI)Obturator Muscle
OCCIPITAL LOBEC12355One of the four regions of cortex in each cerebral hemisphere, located posterior to the temporal lobe and inferior to the parietal lobe.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
OLECRANONC33200OlecranonA prominence at the proximal end of the ulna. It forms the tip of the elbow. (NCI)Olecranon
OLFACTORY BULBC28401The portion of the vertebrate forebrain that lies behind the ethmoid bones; it begins the rhinencephalon.Olfactory Bulb
OLFACTORY MUCOSAC33205The mucosal membranes that line the nasal cavity.Olfactory Mucosa
OLFACTORY NERVEC12759The first cranial nerve.Olfactory Nerve
OMENTUMC33209A double layer of peritoneum covering abdominal organs.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
OPPONENS POLLICIS MUSCLEC150853A muscle of the arm, in general extending from the distal border of the flexor retinaculum and the tubercles of the scaphoid and trapezium, to the lateral aspect of the first metacarpal; primary function is rotation and flexion of the thumb.Opponens Pollicis Muscle
OPTIC DISCC12760Optic Nerve HeadThe portion of the retina at which the axons of the ganglion cells exit the eyeball to form the optic nerve.Optic Disc
OPTIC NERVEC12761Second Cranial NerveA cranial nerve extending between the retina and optic chiasma, which innervates the eye.Optic Nerve
ORAL CAVITYC12421MouthThe cavity of the mouth.Oral Cavity
ORAL MUCOSAC77637The mucosal membranes that line the oral cavity.Oral Mucosa
ORBITC12347Eye Socket;Ocular Orbit;OrbitThe bony cavity that contains the eye and its associated structures.Orbit
OROPHARYNXC12762The part of the pharynx between the soft palate and the upper portion of the epiglottis. (NCI)Oropharynx
OVARIAN FOLLICLEC33244A spherical aggregation of cells found in the ovaries that contains a single oocyte. (NCI)Ovarian Follicle
OVARYC12404The female gonad.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
PANCREASC12393A digestive organ in the abdomen that has both endocrine and exocrine functions.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
PANCREATIC DUCTC12272A duct that conveys pancreatic secretions from the pancreas to the duodenum.Pancreatic Duct
PARA-AORTIC LYMPH NODEC77643Lymph Node, Para-AorticLymph node(s) adjacent to the lumbar vertebral column.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
PARACOLIC GUTTERC89787Naturally occurring spaces between the colon and the abdominal wall, lateral to the ascending and descending colons.Paracolic Gutter
PARALARYNGEAL LYMPH NODEC147453A lymph node located adjacent to the larynx, in the parapharyngeal space.Paralaryngeal 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 SINUSC12763The air-filled cavities adjacent to the nasal cavity lined by a mucous membrane and located in the bones of the skull.Paranasal Sinus
PARAPHARYNGEAL LYMPH NODEC142302Any lymph node located in the potential space of the neck, which is bounded superiorly by the base of the skull, inferiorly by the greater cornu of the hyoid bone, anteriorly by the investing fascia of the deep cervical fascia covering the medial pterygoid muscle, posteriorly by the prevertebral layer of the deep cervical fascia, medially by the middle (pretracheal) layer of the deep cervical fascia, and laterally by the investing fascia of the deep cervical fascia covering the deep lobe of the parotid.Parapharyngeal Lymph Node
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 GLANDC12765Endocrine gland, usually in close proximity to the thyroid gland, that produces parathyroid hormone.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 GLANDC12427The salivary gland located adjacent to the ear.Parotid Gland
PAROTID GLAND LYMPH NODEC33278Parotid Gland Lymph NodeLymph node(s) in or adjacent to the parotid gland.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
PATELLAC33282A small bone in front of the femorotibial joint that articulates with the femur.Patella
PECTORALIS MAJOR MUSCLEC33284Either of two large muscles of the anterior chest wall, which has two heads: the clavicular head, which originates on the medial half of the clavicle, and the sternal head, which originates on the sternum and the first six costal cartilages; the muscles insert onto the lateral lip of the intertubercular groove of the humerus and the crest of the greater tubercle of the humerus respectively; primary function is flexion, adduction, and medial rotation of the shoulder joint.Pectoralis Major
PELVIC BONEC33287Pelvic BoneThe bony structure composed of the ilium, ishium, pubis and sacrum, which are typically fused during maturation.Pelvic Bone
PELVIC LYMPH NODEC12363Pelvic Lymph NodeAny lymph node within the pelvic region. (NCI)Pelvic Lymph Node
PELVISC12767Pelvic Region;PelvisThe bony, basin-shaped structure formed by the bones of the pelvis.Pelvis
PENISC12409The 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 CAVITYC38662The body space between the epicardium and the pericardium.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
PERICARDIAL WALLC127672The tissue layers that form the pericardium of the heart, including the fibrous pericardium, and the parietal and visceral layers of the serous pericardium.Pericardial Wall
PERICARDIUMC13005The membrane surrounding the heart and roots of the vessels at the base of the heart.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 NODEC77642Lymph node(s) in or adjacent to the pancreas.Pancreatic Lymph Node
PERIPHERAL NERVEC12768Any nerve outside the brain or spinal cord that connects with peripheral receptors or effectors. (NCI)Peripheral Nerve
PERITONEAL CAVITYC12769A part of the abdominal cavity that lies between the visceral and parietal peritoneum.Peritoneal Cavity
PERITONEUMC12770The membrane that lines the abdominal and pelvic cavities.Peritoneum
PERIUMBILICAL REGIONC139205The region of the body that immediately surrounds the umbilicus.Periumbilical Region
PERIURETERAL REGIONC132412The tissue surrounding the ureter.Periureteral Region
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 TONSILC33318AdenoidA tonsil in the mucosa of the nasopharynx.Pharyngeal Tonsil
PHARYNXC12425A passageway in the head and neck that includes the nasopharynx, oropharynx and laryngopharynx.Pharynx
PINEAL GLANDC12398Pineal BodyA small endocrine gland that arises from the central posterior aspect of the diencephalon.Pineal Gland
PISIFORM BONEC12855Pisiform BoneThe medial bone of the proximal row of carpal bones. (NCI)Pisiform Bone
PITUITARY GLANDC12399Hypophysis;Hypophysis CerebriA small endocrine gland extending from the hypothalamus at the base of the brain.Pituitary Gland
PLEURAC12469The serous membrane that lines the wall of the thoracic cavity and the surface of the lungs.Pleura
PLEURAL CAVITYC12840A part of the thoracic cavity that lies between the visceral and parietal pleura.Pleural Cavity
PONS VAROLIIC12511Pons VaroliiThe portion of the brainstem between the midbrain and 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(s) adjacent to the femorotibial joint.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 node(s) adjacent to the portal vein.Portal Lymph Node
PORTAL VEINC33343Hepatic Portal VeinA vein lying in the lower part of the abdomen; in general it arises from the junction of the mesenteric and splenic veins and draining into the liver.Portal Vein
PORTAL VEIN BIFURCATIONC132413The portion of the distal end of the main portal vein that branches into the left and right portal veins.Portal Vein Bifurcation
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 POLE OF THE EYEC142303The scleral curvature of the eye comprising the retina, inclusive of the macula and optic disc.Posterior Pole of the Eye
POSTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINEC139206A bony projection from the posterior region of the iliac crest that lies over the sacroiliac joint and is the site of attachment for the thoracolumbar fascia and the posterior sacroiliac and sacrotuberous ligaments.Posterior Superior Iliac Spine
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
PRELARYNGEAL LYMPH NODEC147454A lymph node located anterior to the larynx.Prelaryngeal Lymph Node
PREPUTIAL GLANDC79432Exocrine glands of the male reproductive system located adjacent to the prepuce.Preputial Gland
PRESACRAL SPACEC132414The potential body space formed between the rectum and the sacrum.Presacral Space
PRETRACHEAL LYMPH NODEC147455A lymph node located anterior to the trachea, between the isthmus of the thyroid gland and the innominate vein.Pretracheal Lymph Node
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
PRONATOR QUADRATUS MUSCLEC150854A muscle of the forearm, in general extending from the distal anteromedial surface of the ulna to the distal anterolateral surface of the radius; primary function is pronation of the forearm.Pronator Quadratus Muscle
PRONATOR TERES MUSCLEC53174A muscle of the superficial flexor compartment of the forearm, in general extending from the humeral and ulnar heads to the body of the radius; primary function is pronation of the arm and flexion of the elbow.Pronator Teres Muscle
PROSTATE GLANDC12410The male reproductive accessory gland that produces prostatic fluid and is located adjacent to or around the urethra distal to the urinary bladder in mammals.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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating the proximal and middle phalanges. (NCI)Proximal Interphalangeal Joint 4
PROXIMAL INTERPHALANGEAL JOINT 4 OF THE FOOTC114207PIP4 of the FootA condyloid synovial joint within the fourth digit of the hand or foot articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 articulating 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 PHALANX 1 OF THE HANDC150848The long bone in the first finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the first metacarpal and the distal phalanx.Hand Digit 1 Proximal Phalanx
PROXIMAL PHALANX 2 OF THE HANDC142304The long bone in the second finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the second metacarpal and the middle phalanx.Hand Digit 2 Proximal Phalanx
PROXIMAL PHALANX 3 OF THE HANDC142305The long bone in the third finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the third metacarpal and the middle phalanx.Hand Digit 3 Proximal Phalanx
PROXIMAL PHALANX 4 OF THE HANDC142306The long bone in the fourth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the fourth metacarpal and the middle phalanx.Hand Digit 4 Proximal Phalanx
PROXIMAL PHALANX 5 OF THE HANDC142307The long bone in the fifth finger, as counted from the thenar side of the hand; it is located between, and articulates with, the fifth metacarpal and the middle phalanx.Hand Digit 5 Proximal Phalanx
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 ARTERY BRANCHC12774One of the arteries of the thorax; in general it arises from the pulmonary trunk and branches into the lungs.Pulmonary Artery
PULMONARY TRUNKC116918Main Pulmonary ArteryThe artery arising from the right ventricle of the heart that bifurcates into the left and right pulmonary arteries.Pulmonary Trunk
PULMONARY VALVEC12775A cardiac valve located between the right atrium and the pulmonary artery.Pulmonary Valve
PULMONARY VALVE, ANTERIOR CUSPC127673Pulmonary Valve, Anterior Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the pulmonic valve that has no attachment to the cardiac septum.Anterior Cusp of the Pulmonary Valve
PULMONARY VALVE, LEFT CUSPC127674Pulmonary Valve, Left Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the pulmonic valve attached to the left side of the cardiac septum.Left Cusp of the Pulmonary Valve
PULMONARY VALVE, RIGHT CUSPC127675Pulmonary Valve, Right Semilunar CuspThe cusp of the pulmonic valve attached to the right side of the cardiac septum.Right Cusp of the Pulmonary Valve
PUPILC33429The round opening in the center of the iris in the eye.Pupil
PUTAMENC12452PutamenThe grey matter, located between the globus pallidus and the external capsule of the brain, that comprises the lateral dorsal striatum of the basal ganglia.Putamen
PYLORIC SPHINCTERC33433Pyloric SphincterThe muscular structure at the distal portion of the stomach, opening into the duodenum. (NCI)Pyloric Sphincter
PYRAMIDAL TRACTS, BRAINSTEMC142308The segments of the corticospinal and corticobulbar tracts that either traverse or terminate in the brainstem. (NCI)Brainstem Portion of the Pyramidal Tracts
PYRAMIDAL TRACTS, INTERNAL CAPSULEC142309The segments of the corticospinal and corticobulbar tracts that traverse the internal capsule.Internal Capsule of the Pyramidal Tracts
QUADRICEPS MUSCLEC33441A group of muscles in the thigh, in general extending from the pelvis to the patella and tibia; primary function is extension of the femorotibial joint.Quadriceps Muscle of the Thigh
RADIAL ARTERYC12838Radial ArteryThe branch of the brachial artery that passes down the forearm. (NCI)Radial Artery
RADIUSC12777The long bone that lies between the radiohumeral joint and the carpus and is adjacent to the ulna.Radius Bone
RADIUS SHAFTC120674The slightly curved, prismoid, elongated bony body of the radius.Radius Shaft
RADIUS-LUNATE JOINTC142310A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the radius bone to the lunate bone.Radius-Lunate Joint
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
RECTO-UTERINE POUCHC33447An extension of the peritoneum between the uterus and the rectum in females, which is formally bounded thusly: anteriorly by the uterus and posterior fornix of the vagina; posteriorly by the rectum; inferiorly by the peritoneal rectovaginal fold.Recto-Vaginal Pouch
RECTOSIGMOID JUNCTIONC54188The area where the sigmoid colon joins the rectum.Rectosigmoid Region
RECTOVAGINAL SPACEC142311The anatomical space located between the vagina and rectum, extending from the superior border of the perineal body to the underside of the rectouterine Douglas pouch, which has its formal borders noted thusly: anteriorly by the rectovaginal septum; posteriorly by the anterior rectal wall; and laterally by the descending rectal septa that separate the rectovaginal space from the pararectal space on each side.Rectovaginal Space
RECTUMC12390The terminal portion of the large intestine extending from the terminus of the colon to the anus or anal canal.Rectum
RECTUS FEMORIS MUSCLEC53175A muscle in the quadriceps femoris muscle group between the vastus lateralis and vastus medialis and lying on the vastus intermedius; primary function is extension of the femorotibilal joint.Rectus Femoris
REGIONAL LYMPH NODEC49018Lymph node(s) that drains the lymph from a region of interest.Regional Lymph Node
RENAL ARTERYC12778One of the arteries of the abdomen; in general it arises from the abdominal aorta and supplies blood to the kidney.Renal Artery
RENAL FOSSAC142312The usual retroperitoneal location of the kidney in the dorsolumbar region of the body.Renal Fossa
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
RETINAL PIGMENTED EPITHELIAL LAYERC33470A continuous, insulating monolayer of cuboidal/columnar epithelium which extends from the margins of the optic nerve head to the ora serrata where it is continuous with the pigment epithelium of the pars plana. (NCI)Retinal Pigment Epithelium
RETROAURICULAR LYMPH NODEC142313Mastoid Lymph Node;Posterior Auricular Lymph NodeThe lymph nodes located immediately posterior to the ear.Retroauricular Lymph Node
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
RETROPERITONEUMC12298The region of the abdomen outside the peritoneum, where the kidneys lie and the great blood vessels run.Retroperitoneum
RETROPHARYNGEAL LYMPH NODEC77649Suprapharyngeal Lymph NodeLymph node(s) in the retropharyngeal space.Retropharyngeal Lymph Node
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 GLANDC12426Any number of exocrine glands that secrete saliva into the oral cavity.Salivary Gland
SALIVARY GLAND, SUBLINGUALC12234The salivary gland located under the tongue in the floor of the oral cavity or adjacent to the submandibular salivary gland.Sublingual Salivary Gland
SAPHENOUS VEINC33511Saphenous VeinA vein of the leg/hindlimb; in general it arises from the venous network of the leg/hindfoot and drains into the femoral vein.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
SCAPHOID-CAPITATE JOINTC127676A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid bone to the capitate bone.Scaphoid-Capitate Joint
SCAPHOID-LUNATE JOINTC142314A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid bone to the lunate bone.Scaphoid-Lunate Joint
SCAPHOID-LUNATE-CAPITATE JOINTC127677A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid, lunate, and capitate bones.Scaphoid-Lunate-Capitate Joint
SCAPHOID-RADIUS JOINTC142315A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid bone to the radius bone.Scaphoid-Radius Joint
SCAPHOID-TRAPEZIUM JOINTC127678A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid bone to the trapezium bone.Scaphoid-Trapezium Joint
SCAPHOID-TRAPEZOID JOINTC142316A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the scaphoid bone to the trapezoid bone.Scaphoid-Trapezoid Joint
SCAPULAC12783Shoulder BladeA bone that articulates with the humerus and is part of the scapulohumeral joint.Scapula
SCIATIC NERVEC52810A nerve arising from the merge of the lumbar and sacral rami in the pelvis and dividing into the common peroneal and tibial nerves, and which innervates the muscles of the thigh.Sciatic Nerve
SCLERAC12784The fibrous, outer tunic of the eyeball that is continuous with the cornea.Sclera
SCROTUMC12785The pouch that encloses the testicles.Scrotum
SEBACEOUS GLANDC33519Small glands located within the skin that are usually associated with the hair follicle.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 SacsA mammalian male reproductive accessory gland located adjacent to the urinary bladder and proximal to the prostate.Seminal Vesicle
SEMITENDINOSUS MUSCLEC53176A muscle of the thigh, in general extends from the ishium to the medial tibia; primary function is the extension of the hip.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 BETWEEN EYEBROWSC142317The integument that covers the area located medial to the orbital ridges and superior to the nose.Skin Between the Eyebrows
SKIN OF THE AXILLAC116164The integument that covers the underarm.Skin Of The Axilla
SKIN OF THE BACKC142318The integument that covers the back.Skin Of The Back
SKIN OF THE BUTTOCKC150855The integument that covers the buttock.Skin of the Buttock
SKIN OF THE CHINC142319The integument that covers the chin.Skin Of The Chin
SKIN OF THE FACEC33561The skin or integument that covers the face.Skin of the Face
SKIN OF THE FINGERC52720The integument that covers the finger.Hand Digit Skin
SKIN OF THE HANDC52753The integument that covers the hand.Hand Skin
SKIN OF THE HEADC52757The integument that covers the head.Head Skin
SKIN OF THE LIPC12291The skin portion of the lip that contains hair.Skin of the Lip
SKIN OF THE NECKC52756The integument that covers the neck.Neck Skin
SKIN OF THE THIGHC150856The integument that covers the thigh.Skin of the Thigh
SKIN OF THE TRUNKC12295Skin of the TrunkThe integument that covers the trunk of the body.Skin of the Trunk
SKULLC12789CraniumThe bones that form the head, made up of the bones of the braincase and face. (NCI)Skull
SKULL, BASEC12493Base of the SkullThe portion of the skull that forms the floor on which the brain lies; the internal surface of the cranial base has three large depressions that lie on different levels known as the anterior, middle, and posterior cranial fossae.Base of the Skull
SMALL INTESTINEC12386The villous section of the intestine extending from the pylorus to the proximal large intestine.Small Intestine
SMALL SAPHENOUS VEINC33546A superficial vein originating from the dorsal vein at the fifth toe and the dorsal venous arch of the foot; it extends up the back of the leg to empty into the popliteal vein at the knee joint.Short Saphenous Vein
SOFT PALATEC12231The part of the roof of the mouth not supported by bone.Soft Palate
SOFT TISSUEC12471Soft TissueRefers to muscle, fat, fibrous tissue, blood vessels, organ parenchyma, or other supporting tissue of the body.Soft Tissue
SOLEC33326The undersurface of the foot. (NCI)Plantar Region
SOLEUS MUSCLEC53075A muscle in the crus, in general extending from the tibia and fibula to the calcaneous; primary function is plantarflexion of the foot.Soleus
SPINAL ACCESSORY NERVEC32041ACCESSORY NERVE;CRANIAL ACCESSORY NERVEThe eleventh cranial nerve.Accessory Nerve
SPINAL CORDC12464Medulla SpinalisThe portion of the central nervous system that lies within the vertebral canal and from which the spinal nerves emerge.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
SPLENIC LYMPH NODEC142320Any lymph node located along the splenic artery that receives afferent drainage from the pancreas, spleen, and stomach, and which generally has their efferents join the celiac group of preaortic lymph nodes.Splenic Lymph Node
SPLENIC VEINC33608A vein arising from the splenic trabecular vein in the hilum of the spleen that drains into the portal vein.Splenic Vein
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
STERNUMC12793SternaThe long, flat bone or sternebrae connecting with the cartilage of some ribs.Sternum
STOMACHC12391The portion of the gastrointestinal tract located between the esophagus and the proximal duodenum.Stomach
STRIATUMC142370A group of subcortical nuclei of the basal ganglia comprising the caudate and putamen dorsally, and the nucleus accumbens as well as the olfactory tubercle ventrally.Striatum Nuclei
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 ARTERYC33643One of the arteries of the thorax; in general it arises from the brachiocephalic artery or the aortic arch and branches into several arteries to supply blood to the head, neck, and arm/forelimb.Subclavian Artery
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 TissueAdipose and connective tissue located deep to the dermis.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 GLANDC12233Gland, Salivary, Mandibular;Submaxillary GlandThe salivary gland located adjacent to the mandible.Submandibular Gland
SUBMANDIBULAR LYMPH NODEC77650Lymph Node, SubmandibularLymph node(s) adjacent to the mandible.Submandibular Lymph Node
SUBMENTAL LYMPH NODEC142322Suprahyoid Lymph NodesThe lymph nodes located between the anterior bellies of the digastric muscles. (NCI)Submental Lymph Node
SUBSTANTIA NIGRAC12453The portion of the midbrain composed of two parts, the pars compacta and pars reticulata.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 PUBIC RAMUSC132415The portion of the pubic ramus that lies between the body of the ilium and the inferior pubic ramus.Superior Pubic Ramus
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 FOSSAC142323A depression found at the base of the neck that is bounded thusly: superiorly by the posterior belly of the omohyoid muscle; inferiorly by the clavicle; and medially by the sternocleidomastoid muscle.Supraclavicular Fossa
SUPRACLAVICULAR LYMPH NODEC12903Supraclavicular Lymph NodeA lymph node which is located above the clavicle. (NCI)Supraclavicular Lymph Node
SUPRAGLOTTISC12279The upper part of the larynx, including the epiglottis; the area above the vocal cords.Supraglottis
SUPRAPUBIC REGIONC32755The lowest central region of the abdomen, below the umbilical region and between the two iliac regions. (NCI)Hypogastric Region
SUPRARENAL AORTAC130168The portion of the abdominal aorta cranial to the renal arteries.Suprarenal Aorta
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 FLUIDC33718SynoviaThe fluid within a joint capsule.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, TarsalAny of the short bones between the tibiotarsal joint and the tarsometatarsal joint.Tarsal Bone
TEMPLEC142369The flat area on either side of the head that is located posterior to the eye and forehead, anterior to the ear, and superior to the cheekbone.Temple
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 LOBEC12353The second largest of the four cerebral lobes, the temporal lobe is approximately twenty two percent of the total neocortical volume. The temporal lobe can be divided into two main sections: first, the neocortex, comprising its lateral and inferolateral surfaces, and its standard cerebral cortex; and, second, the mesial temporal lobe, which is sometimes referred to as the limbic lobe, and includes the hippocampus, the amygdala, and the parahippocampal gyrus. Grossly, the lobe extends superiorly to the Sylvian fissure, and posteriorly to an imaginary line, the lateral parietotemporal line, which separates the temporal lobe from the inferior parietal lobule superiorly and the occipital lobe inferiorly. The middle cranial fossa forms its anterior and inferior boundaries.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
TESTISC12412TesticleThe male gonad.Testis
THALAMUSC12459The portion of the diencephalon forming most of each lateral wall of the third ventricle.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 ARTERYC142325An artery that branches from the axillary artery or one of its branches, and that supplies the muscles and organs of the thorax.Thoracic Artery
THORACIC CAVITYC12905The cavity enclosed by the ribs between the diaphragm and the neck.Thoracic Cavity
THORACIC LYMPH NODEC33769Lymph node located in the thoracic cavity. (NCI)Thoracic Lymph Node
THORACIC SPINEC69315The vertebrae of the thoracic spine, numbered one through twelve in humans.Thoracic Spine
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 primary lymphoid organ generally located in the mediastinum near the thoracic inlet and/or along lateral aspects of the neck.Thymus Gland
THYROID GLANDC12400Endocrine gland(s) adjacent to the trachea in mammals that produce thyroxine and other hormones.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
TIBIAC12800The long bone that is medial to the fibula.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
TONGUEC12422The muscular organ in the mouth used in taste perception and food ingestion.Tongue
TONSILC12802A secondary lymphoid tissue in the mucosa of the pharynx.Tonsil
TOOTHC12506A hard calcified structure in the jaw; primarily used for eating.Tooth
TOOTH CANALC66864Tooth CanalThe anatomic space in the root of a tooth that contains nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. (NCI)Tooth Canal
TRACHEAC12428WindpipeThe fibrocartilaginous tube extending from the larynx to the bronchi.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 BONEC12857TrapeziumA carpal bone on the thumb side of the hand that articulates with the 1st and 2nd metacarpals. (NCI)Trapezial Bone
TRAPEZIUM-TRAPEZOID JOINTC142326A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the trapezium bone to the trapezoid bone.Trapezium-Trapezoid Joint
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
TRAPEZOID-CAPITATE JOINTC142327A condyloid synovial joint within the wrist articulating the trapezoid bone to the capitate bone.Trapezoid-Capitate Joint
TRIANGULAR BONEC12858Triquetral BoneA carpal bone located between the lunate and pisiform bones. (NCI)Triangular Bone
TRIANGULAR-HAMATE JOINTC139200Triquetral-Hamate Joint;Triquetrum-Hamate JointThe point of articulation in the wrist between the hamate and the triquetral bones.Triangular-Hamate Joint
TRIANGULAR-LUNATE JOINTC139203Triquetral-Lunate Joint;Triquetrum-Lunate JointThe point of articulation in the wrist between the lunate and the triquetral bones.Lunotriquetral Joint
TRICUSPID VALVEC12805Tricuspid ValveA cardiac valve located between the right atrium and ventricle.Tricuspid Valve
TRICUSPID VALVE ANNULUSC130047A fibrous membrane that attaches to, and provides support for, the tricuspid valve leaflets.Tricuspid Valve Annulus
TRICUSPID VALVE, ANTERIOR CUSPC32799The cusp of the tricuspid valve that is located between the atrioventricular orifice and the conus arteriosus.Anterior Cusp of the Tricuspid Valve
TRICUSPID VALVE, POSTERIOR ANNULUSC130169The portion of the tricuspid valve annulus that attaches to both the posterior and lateral tricuspid valve leaflets.Posterior Annulus of the Tricuspid Valve
TRICUSPID VALVE, POSTERIOR CUSPC33055The cusp of the tricuspid valve that is located posterior and on the margin of the right ventricle.Posterior Cusp of the Tricuspid Valve
TRICUSPID VALVE, SEPTAL CUSPC33534The cusp of the tricuspid valve that is attached to the right and left fibrous trigones and the atrial and ventricular septa.Septal Cusp of the Tricuspid Valve
TRIGEMINAL NERVEC12806Fifth Cranial NerveA cranial nerve extending from the pons, which innervates the skin, mucous membranes, and masticatory muscles of the head.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
ULNAC12809The bone that contains the olecranon process, lies between the radiohumeral joint and the carpus, and is adjacent to the radius.Ulna
ULNA SHAFTC120676The prismatic, elongated bony body of the ulna.Ulnar Shaft
UMBILICAL CORDC34320Extraembryonic structure that connects the fetus to the placenta.Umbilical Cord
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
UPPER URINARY SYSTEMC142328The division of the urinary tract comprising the kidney and the ureters.Upper Urinary System
URACHAL TRACTC12338A cord of fibrous tissue that extends from the urinary bladder to the umbilicus; the urachus is a remnant of the fetal urinary canal.Urachus
URETERC12416The tube that extends from each kidney to the urinary bladder.Ureter
URETERIC ORIFICEC12337The opening of the ureter in the bladder that is situated at the lateral angle of the trigone.Ureteric Orifice
URETHRAC12417The tube that extends from the urinary bladder to the urethral opening.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
UTERINE ARTERYC142329An artery that arises most often as a branch of the anterior division of the internal iliac artery; it continues medially in the pelvis within the base of the broad ligament, to the exterior surface of the uterus where it branches into the descending, transverse, and ascending divisions, which further branch into the following: the helicine branches that supply the uterus; the vaginal branch, which anastomoses with the vaginal artery to supply the vagina; the ovarian branch, which anastomoses with ovarian artery to supply the ovaries; and the tubal branch that supplies the fallopian tubes.Uterine Artery
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 NERVEC12812Tenth Cranial NerveA cranial nerve arising from the medulla oblongata, which provides efferent parasympathetic innervation to tissues and viscera in the neck, thorax and abdomen; it also includes somatic and visceral afferent nerve fibers.Vagus Nerve
VAS DEFERENSC12813Ductus DeferensA duct carrying spermatozoa from the epididymides to the urethra.Vas Deferens
VASTUS INTERMEDIUS MUSCLEC117876A muscle in the quadriceps femoris muscle group between the vastus lateralis and vastus medialis deep to the rectus femoris; primary function is the extension of the femorotibial joint.Vastus Intermedius Muscle
VASTUS LATERALIS MUSCLEC53073A muscle in the quadriceps femoris muscle group lateral to the vastus intermedius; primary function is the extension of the femorotibial joint.Vastus Lateralis
VASTUS MEDIALIS MUSCLEC117736A muscle in the quadriceps femoris muscle group medial to the vastus intermedius; primary function is the extension of the femorotibial joint.Vastus Medialis Muscle
VEINC12814VeinA blood vessel that carries blood towards the heart.Vein
VENA CAVAC12817The two major veins (caudal or cranial) that carry deoxygenated blood from the body and drain into the right atrium of the heart.Vena Cava
VERTEBRAL ARTERYC12819The first branch of the subclavian artery that ascends both sides of the neck and merges at the middle line to form the basilar artery at the level of the pons.Vertebral Artery
VERTEBRAL COLUMNC12998Vertebral ColumnThe series of vertebrae and other tissues extending from the skull to the last tailbone.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
VULVAC12408The external, visible part of the female genitalia surrounding the urethral and vaginal opening(s).Vulva
VULVOVAGINAL REGIONC94529The body region comprising the vulva and vagina.Vulvovaginal Region
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 JOINTC33894Radiocarpal 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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C88026Body SystemThe terminology that includes concepts relevant to anatomical structure that consists of organs and organ subclasses responsible for certain body functions.CDISC SEND Body System Terminology
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMC35552Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the cardiovascular system. (NCI)Cardiovascular System Finding
ENDOCRINE SYSTEMC36285Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the endocrine system. (NCI)Endocrine System Finding
GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEMC36279Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the gastrointestinal system. (NCI)Digestive System Finding
HEMATOPOIETIC SYSTEMC36289Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the hematopoietic system. (NCI)Hematopoietic System Finding
IMMUNE SYSTEMC39723Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the immune system. (NCI)Immune System Finding
INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEMC36281Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the integumentary system. (NCI)Integumentary System Finding
MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEMC36288Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the musculoskeletal system, also including connective and soft tissue.Connective and Soft Tissue Finding
NERVOUS SYSTEMC36280Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the nervous system. (NCI)Nervous System Finding
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMC36284Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the reproductive system. (NCI)Reproductive System Finding
RESPIRATORY SYSTEMC45233Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the respiratory system. (NCI)Respiratory System Finding
SPECIAL SENSES SYSTEMC36283Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the organs of special sense. (NCI)Eye and Ear Finding
URINARY SYSTEMC36286Symptoms, physical examination results, and/or laboratory test results related to the urinary system.Urinary System Finding
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CL.C89960.BGTESTCDBody Weight Gain Test Code
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C89960Body Weight Gain Test CodeTerminology for the test codes concerned with the increase in overall body mass.CDISC SEND Body Weight Gain Test Code Terminology
BWGAINC62754Body Weight GainA change in overall body weight, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Weight Gain
BWGAINAC90363Average Body Weight GainThe mean value of the amount of weight change over a period of time, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Average Body Weight Gain
BWGAINGUC124476Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body Weight GainThe amount of maternal body weight gained over a period of time where the weight at the end of the interval is adjusted for the gravid uterus weight. This is derived by subtracting the maternal body weight adjusted for the gravid uterus from the total maternal body weight.Gravid Uterus Adjusted Maternal Body Weight Gain
BWGAINPC90434Percentage Body Weight GainThe amount of weight change over a period of time in relation to the total weight, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Percentage Body Weight Gain
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CL.C89959.BGTESTBody Weight Gain Test Name
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C89959Body Weight Gain Test NameTerminology for the test names concerned with the increase in overall body mass.CDISC SEND Body Weight Gain Test Name Terminology
Average Body Weight GainC90363Average Body Weight GainThe mean value of the amount of weight change over a period of time, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Average Body Weight Gain
Body Weight GainC62754Body Weight GainA change in overall body weight, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Weight Gain
Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body Weight GainC124476Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body Weight GainThe amount of maternal body weight gained over a period of time where the weight at the end of the interval is adjusted for the gravid uterus weight. This is derived by subtracting the maternal body weight adjusted for the gravid uterus from the total maternal body weight.Gravid Uterus Adjusted Maternal Body Weight Gain
Percentage Body Weight GainC90434Percentage Body Weight GainThe amount of weight change over a period of time in relation to the total weight, relative to the beginning of the collection period.Percentage Body Weight Gain
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CL.C89962.BWTESTCDBody Weight Test Code
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C89962Body Weight Test CodeTerminology for the test codes concerned with the measurement of body mass.CDISC SEND Body Weight Test Code Terminology
BWC81328Body WeightThe weight of a subject. (NCI)Body Weight
BWADJGUC124477Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body WeightThe maternal body weight adjusted for the weight of the gravid uterus. This is derived by subtracting the gravid uterus weight from the total maternal body weight.Gravid Uterus Adjusted Maternal Body Weight
TERMBWC90464Terminal Body WeightThe weight of a subject at a specified end point. (NCI)Terminal Body Weight
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CL.C89961.BWTESTBody Weight Test Name
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C89961Body Weight Test NameTerminology for the test names concerned with the measurement of body mass.CDISC SEND Body Weight Test Name Terminology
Body WeightC81328Body WeightThe weight of a subject. (NCI)Body Weight
Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body WeightC124477Gravid Uterus Adjusted Body WeightThe maternal body weight adjusted for the weight of the gravid uterus. This is derived by subtracting the gravid uterus weight from the total maternal body weight.Gravid Uterus Adjusted Maternal Body Weight
Terminal Body WeightC90464Terminal Body WeightThe weight of a subject at a specified end point. (NCI)Terminal Body Weight
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CL.C89963.CLCATCategory for Clinical Observation
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C89963Category for Clinical ObservationTerminology related to classifications that describe and group clinical observations.CDISC SEND Category for Clinical Observation Terminology
CLINICAL SIGNSC100104Clinical SignsObjective evidence of disease perceptible to the examiner (sign) and subjective evidence of disease perceived by the subject (symptom).Sign or Symptom
DERMALC25478DermalOf or relating to or located in the dermis. When used in the context of clinical observations, dermal may also include findings related to other components of the skin.Dermal
OPHTHALMOLOGYC16939OphthalmologyA medical specialty concerned with the structure and function of the eye and the medical and surgical treatment of its defects and diseases. (NCI)Ophthalmology
PHYSICAL EXAMC20989Physical ExamA systemic evaluation of the body and its functions using visual inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation. The purpose is to determine the presence or absence of physical signs of disease or abnormality for an individual's health assessment.Physical Examination
QUALITATIVE FOOD CONSUMPTIONC129003A qualitative or semi-quantitative measurement of a subject's nutritional intake.Qualitative Food Consumption
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CL.C120529.CHRNCTYChronicity
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C120529ChronicityTerminology relevant to the relative duration of a finding.CDISC SEND Chronicity Terminology
ACUTEC14140Morphologic changes that have a rapid onset.Acute
CHRONICC14141Morphologic changes that are persistent or long standing.Chronic
CHRONIC ACTIVEC120853Morphologic changes that are persistent or long standing, superimposed with areas of acute change.Chronic Active
PERACUTEC120854Morphologic changes of very short or immediate onset. This onset is more rapid than that which is seen in an acute chronicity.Peracute
SUBACUTEC120855Morphologic changes containing characteristics of both acute and chronic, but predominantly acute.Subacute
SUBCHRONICC120856Morphologic changes containing characteristics of both acute and chronic, but predominantly chronic.Subchronic
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CL.C90018.CSTATEConsciousness State
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C90018Consciousness StateTerminology related to the sense of awareness of self and of the environment.CDISC SEND Consciousness State Terminology
CONSCIOUSC88434Conscious StateA level of awareness that can be described as being alert. (NCI)Conscious State
DEPRESSEDC78253Depressed Level of ConsciousnessA neurologic state characterized by decreased ability to perceive and respond. (NCI)Depressed Level Of Consciousness
SEMI-CONSCIOUSC88440Semi-conscious StateA level of awareness that can be described as varied and intermittent periods of consciousness and unconsciousness.Semi-conscious
UNCONSCIOUSC50635Loss of Consciousness;Unconscious StateThe neurologic status characterized by the occurrence of a loss of the ability to perceive and respond.Loss of Consciousness
UNSPECIFIEDC90482Unspecified State of ConsciousnessThe state of consciousness is not controlled. The possibility exists for having multiple conscious states over a period of time. (NCI)Unspecified State of Consciousness
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CL.C66786.COUNTRYCountry
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C66786CountryA collective generic term that refers here to a wide variety of dependencies, areas of special sovereignty, uninhabited islands, and other entities in addition to the traditional countries or independent states. (NCI)CDISC SEND Country Terminology
ABWC17884ARUBAIsland in the Caribbean Sea, north of Venezuela. (NCI)Aruba
AFGC16267AFGHANISTANA country in Southern Asia, north and west of Pakistan, east of Iran. (NCI)Afghanistan
AGOC16292ANGOLAA country in Southern Africa, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Namibia and Democratic Republic of the Congo. (NCI)Angola
AIAC20133ANGUILLAAn island in the Caribbean Sea, east of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Anguilla
ALAC44481ALAND ISLANDSAn archipelago in the Baltic Sea at the entrance to the Gulf of Bothnia between Sweden and Finland. (NCI)Aland Islands
ALBC16271ALBANIAA country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece and Serbia and Montenegro. (NCI)Albania
ANDC16289ANDORRAA country in Southwestern Europe, between France and Spain. (NCI)Andorra
AREC17232UNITED ARAB EMIRATESA country in the Middle East, bordering the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, between Oman and Saudi Arabia. (NCI)United Arab Emirates
ARGC16305ARGENTINAA country in Southern South America, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Chile and Uruguay. (NCI)Argentina
ARMC16306ARMENIAA country in Southwestern Asia, east of Turkey. (NCI)Armenia
ASMC17739AMERICAN SAMOAA group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about half way between Hawaii and New Zealand. (NCI)American Samoa
ATAC18007ANTARCTICAThe continent lying mostly south of the Antarctic Circle. (NCI)Antarctica
ATFC20105FRENCH SOUTHERN TERRITORIESIslands in the southern Indian Ocean, south of Africa, about equidistant between Africa, Antarctica, and Australia. (NCI)French Southern and Antarctic Lands
ATGC16303ANTIGUA AND BARBUDAIslands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east-southeast of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Antigua and Barbuda
AUSC16311AUSTRALIAThe continent between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean. (NCI)Australia
AUTC16312AUSTRIAA country in Central Europe, north of Italy and Slovenia. (NCI)Austria
AZEC16316AZERBAIJANA country in Southwestern Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea, between Iran and Russia. (NCI)Azerbaijan
BDIC16371BURUNDIA country in Central Africa, east of Democratic Republic of the Congo. (NCI)Burundi
BELC16329BELGIUMA country in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between France and the Netherlands. (NCI)Belgium
BENC16333BENIN;BENIN REPUBLICA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Nigeria and Togo. (NCI)Benin
BESC101224BONAIRE, SINT EUSTATIUS AND SABAThree Caribbean islands that are part of the Lesser Antilles; Bonaire is east of Aruba and Curacao off the coast of Venezuela, Sint Eustatius and Saba are located south of Sint Maarten and northeast of Saint Kitts and Nevis. (NCI)Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba
BFAC16369BURKINA FASOA country in Western Africa, north of Ghana. (NCI)Burkina Faso
BGDC16323BANGLADESHA country in Southern Asia, bordering the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and India. (NCI)Bangladesh
BGRC16368BULGARIAA country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Romania and Turkey. (NCI)Bulgaria
BHRC16322BAHRAINAn archipelago in the Persian Gulf, east of Saudi Arabia. (NCI)Bahrain
BHSC16321BAHAMASA chain of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of Florida. (NCI)Bahamas
BIHC16361BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINAA country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Croatia. (NCI)Bosnia and Herzegovina
BLMC83609SAINT BARTHELEMYAn island in the Caribbean sea, between Saint Martin and Saint Kitts and Nevis. (NCI)Saint Barthelemy
BLRC16372BELARUSA country in Eastern Europe, east of Poland. (NCI)Belarus
BLZC16331BELIZEA country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Mexico. (NCI)Belize
BMUC16334BERMUDAA group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, east of South Carolina. (NCI)Bermuda
BOLC16359BOLIVIA;BOLIVIA, PLURINATIONAL STATE OFA country in Central South America, southwest of Brazil. (NCI)Bolivia, Plurinational State of
BRAC16364BRAZILA country in Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. (NCI)Brazil
BRBC16324BARBADOSAn island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela. (NCI)Barbados
BRNC16367BRUNEI;BRUNEI DARUSSALAMA country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the South China Sea and Malaysia. (NCI)Brunei Darussalam
BTNC16336BHUTANA country in Southern Asia, between China and India. (NCI)Bhutan
BVTC20104BOUVET ISLANDAn island in the South Atlantic Ocean, south-southwest of the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). (NCI)Bouvet Island
BWAC16363BOTSWANAA country in Southern Africa, north of South Africa. (NCI)Botswana
CAFC16409CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLICA country in Central Africa, north of Democratic Republic of the Congo. (NCI)Central African Republic
CANC16380CANADAA country in Northern North America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean on the east, North Pacific Ocean on the west, and the Arctic Ocean on the north, north of the conterminous US. (NCI)Canada
CCKC16445COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDSA group of islands in the Indian Ocean, south of Indonesia, about halfway from Australia to Sri Lanka. (NCI)Cocos (Keeling) Islands
CHEC17181SWITZERLANDA country in Central Europe, east of France, north of Italy. (NCI)Switzerland
CHLC16427CHILEA country in Southern South America, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean and South Pacific Ocean, between Argentina and Peru. (NCI)Chile
CHNC16428CHINAA country in Eastern Asia, bordering the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, between North Korea and Vietnam. (NCI)China
CIVC16762COTE D'IVOIREA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Ghana and Liberia. (NCI)Cote d'Ivoire
CMRC16379CAMEROONA country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra, between Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria. (NCI)Cameroon
CODC17266CONGO, THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF;DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGOA country in Central Africa, northeast of Angola. (NCI)Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
COGC16467CONGOA country in Western Africa, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Angola and Gabon. (NCI)Congo
COKC16469COOK ISLANDSA group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Cook Islands
COLC16449COLOMBIAA country in Northern South America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Panama and Venezuela, and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Ecuador and Panama. (NCI)Colombia
COMC16458COMOROSA group of islands in the Mozambique Channel, about two-thirds of the way between northern Madagascar and northern Mozambique. (NCI)Comoros
CPVC16382CAPE VERDEA group of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Senegal. (NCI)Cape Verde
CRIC16470COSTA RICAA country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Nicaragua and Panama. (NCI)Costa Rica
CUBC16477CUBAAn island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, 150 km south of Key West, Florida. (NCI)Cuba
CUWC101225CURACAOAn island nation located in the Caribbean Sea off the coast of Venezuela. (NCI)Curacao
CXRC44482CHRISTMAS ISLANDAn Australian-administered island in the eastern Indian Ocean south of Java, Indonesia. (NCI)Christmas Island
CYMC16391CAYMAN ISLANDSAn island group in the Caribbean Sea, nearly one-half of the way from Cuba to Honduras. (NCI)Cayman Islands
CYPC16480CYPRUSAn island in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey. (NCI)Cyprus
CZEC17668CZECH REPUBLICA country in Central Europe, southeast of Germany. (NCI)Czechia
DEUC16636GERMANYA country in Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark. (NCI)Germany
DJIC16506DJIBOUTIA country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, between Eritrea and Somalia. (NCI)Djibouti
DMAC16519DOMINICAAn island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about one-half of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Dominica
DNKC16496DENMARKA country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland); also includes two major islands (Sjaelland and Fyn). (NCI)Denmark
DOMC16520DOMINICAN REPUBLICA country comprising the eastern two-thirds of the island of Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Haiti. (NCI)Dominican Republic
DZAC16274ALGERIAA country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Morocco and Tunisia. (NCI)Algeria
ECUC16528ECUADORA country in Western South America, bordering the Pacific Ocean at the Equator, between Colombia and Peru. (NCI)Ecuador
EGYC16530EGYPTA country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Libya and the Gaza Strip. (NCI)Egypt
ERIC16558ERITREAA country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Red Sea, between Djibouti and Sudan. (NCI)Eritrea
ESHC20113WESTERN SAHARAA country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Mauritania and Morocco. (NCI)Western Sahara
ESPC17152SPAINA country in Southwestern Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay, Mediterranean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean, and Pyrenees Mountains, southwest of France. (NCI)Spain
ESTC16562ESTONIAA country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, between Latvia and Russia. (NCI)Estonia
ETHC16563ETHIOPIAA country in Eastern Africa, west of Somalia. (NCI)Ethiopia
FINC16584FINLANDA country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland, between Sweden and Russia. (NCI)Finland
FJIC16582FIJIAn island group in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Fiji
FLKC17954FALKLAND ISLANDS;FALKLAND ISLANDS (MALVINAS)Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, east of southern Argentina. (NCI)Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
FRAC16592FRANCEA country in Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay and English Channel, between Belgium and Spain, southeast of the UK; bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Spain. (NCI)France
FROC16573FAROE ISLANDSAn island group between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, about one-half of the way from Iceland to Norway. (NCI)Faroe Islands
FSMC17881MICRONESIA, FEDERATED STATES OFAn island group in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to Indonesia. (NCI)Micronesia, Federated States of
GABC16596GABONA country in Western Africa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean at the Equator, between Republic of the Congo and Equatorial Guinea. (NCI)Gabon
GBRC17233UNITED KINGDOMA country in Western Europe, comprising islands, including the northern one-sixth of the island of Ireland, between the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea, northwest of France. (NCI)United Kingdom
GEOC16634GEORGIAA country in Southwestern Asia, bordering the Black Sea, between Turkey and Russia. (NCI)Georgia (Republic)
GGYC64375GUERNSEYThe island of Guernsey and the other Channel Islands represent the last remnants of the medieval Dukedom of Normandy, which held sway in both France and England. Guernsey is a British crown dependency, but is not part of the UK. (NCI)Guernsey
GHAC26330GHANAA country in Western Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea, between Cote d'Ivoire and Togo. (NCI)Ghana
GIBC16638GIBRALTARA dependency in Southwestern Europe, bordering the Strait of Gibraltar, on the southern coast of Spain. (NCI)Gibraltar
GINC16655GUINEAA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone. (NCI)Guinea
GLPC16651GUADELOUPEIslands in the eastern Caribbean Sea, southeast of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Guadeloupe
GMBC16598GAMBIAA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and Senegal. (NCI)The Gambia
GNBC16656GUINEA-BISSAUA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea and Senegal. (NCI)Guinea-Bissau
GNQC16557EQUATORIAL GUINEAA country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Biafra, between Cameroon and Gabon; composed of a mainland portion and five inhabited islands. (NCI)Equatorial Guinea
GRCC16645GREECEA country in Southern Europe, bordering the Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea, between Albania and Turkey. (NCI)Greece
GRDC16647GRENADAAn island between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Grenada
GRLC16646GREENLANDAn island between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Canada. (NCI)Greenland
GTMC16654GUATEMALAA country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Honduras and Belize and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Mexico. (NCI)Guatemala
GUFC16593FRENCH GUIANAA country in Northern South America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Brazil and Suriname. (NCI)French Guiana
GUMC16652GUAMIsland in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to the Philippines. (NCI)Guam
GUYC16657GUYANAA country in Northern South America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Suriname and Venezuela. (NCI)Guyana
HKGC16695HONG KONGA special administrative region of China, bordering the South China Sea and China. (NCI)Hong Kong
HMDC20106HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD ISLANDSIslands in the Indian Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Madagascar to Antarctica. (NCI)Heard Island and McDonald Islands
HNDC16694HONDURASA country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea, between Guatemala and Nicaragua and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Nicaragua. (NCI)Honduras
HRVC16474CROATIAA country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. (NCI)Croatia
HTIC16660HAITIA country comprising the western one-third of the island of Hispaniola, between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, west of the Dominican Republic. (NCI)Haiti
HUNC16699HUNGARYA country in Central Europe, northwest of Romania. (NCI)Hungary
IDNC16728INDONESIAA country in Southeastern Asia, comprising the archipelago between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. (NCI)Indonesia
IMNC44480ISLE OF MANAn island in the Irish Sea, between Great Britain and Ireland. (NCI)Isle of Man
INDC16727INDIAA country in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan. (NCI)India
IOTC16365BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORYAn archipelago in the Indian Ocean, about one-half the way from Africa to Indonesia. (NCI)British Indian Ocean Territory
IRLC16757IRELANDA country in Western Europe, occupying five-sixths of the island of Ireland in the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Great Britain. (NCI)Ireland
IRNC16755IRANA country in the Middle East, bordering the Gulf of Oman, the Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea, between Iraq and Pakistan. (NCI)Iran, Islamic Republic of
IRQC16756IRAQA country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iran and Kuwait. (NCI)Iraq
ISLC16704ICELANDA country in Northern Europe, island between the Greenland Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of the UK. (NCI)Iceland
ISRC16760ISRAELA country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Egypt and Lebanon. (NCI)Israel
ITAC16761ITALYA country in Southern Europe, occupying a peninsula extending into the central Mediterranean Sea, northeast of Tunisia. (NCI)Italy
JAMC16763JAMAICAAn island in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba. (NCI)Jamaica
JEYC64374JERSEYJersey and the other Channel Islands represent the last remnants of the medieval Dukedom of Normandy that held sway in both France and England. Jersey is a British crown dependency, but is not part of the UK. (NCI)Jersey
JORC16765JORDANA country in the Middle East, northwest of Saudi Arabia. (NCI)Jordan
JPNC16764JAPANA country in Eastern Asia, occupying an island chain between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan, east of the Korean Peninsula. (NCI)Japan
KAZC20107KAZAKHSTANA country in Central Asia, northwest of China. (NCI)Kazakhstan
KENC16769KENYAA country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Somalia and Tanzania. (NCI)Kenya
KGZC16771KYRGYZSTANA country in Central Asia, west of China. (NCI)Kyrgyzstan
KHMC16378CAMBODIAA country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, between Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. (NCI)Cambodia
KIRC16639KIRIBATIA group of 33 coral atolls in the Pacific Ocean, straddling the equator; the capital Tarawa is about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. (NCI)Kiribati
KNAC17885SAINT KITTS AND NEVISIslands in the Caribbean Sea, about one-third of the way from Puerto Rico to Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Saint Kitts and Nevis
KORC16774KOREA, REPUBLIC OF;SOUTH KOREAA country in Eastern Asia, occupying the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, bordering the Sea of Japan and the Yellow Sea. (NCI)Korea, Republic of
KWTC16775KUWAITA country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf, between Iraq and Saudi Arabia. (NCI)Kuwait
LAOC16780LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICA country in Southeastern Asia, northeast of Thailand, west of Vietnam. (NCI)Lao People's Democratic Republic
LBNC16784LEBANONA country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Israel and Syria. (NCI)Lebanon
LBRC16791LIBERIAA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Cote d'Ivoire and Sierra Leone. (NCI)Liberia
LBYC16793LIBYAA country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Egypt and Tunisia. (NCI)Libya
LCAC17113SAINT LUCIAA country in the Caribbean, occupying an island between the Caribbean Sea and North Atlantic Ocean, north of Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Saint Lucia
LIEC16794LIECHTENSTEINA country in Central Europe, between Austria and Switzerland. (NCI)Liechtenstein
LKAC17163SRI LANKAA country in Southern Asia, occupying an island in the Indian Ocean, south of India. (NCI)Sri Lanka
LSOC16787LESOTHOA country in Southern Africa, an enclave of South Africa. (NCI)Lesotho
LTUC16799LITHUANIAA country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Latvia and Russia. (NCI)Lithuania
LUXC16803LUXEMBOURGA country in Western Europe, between France, Belgium, and Germany. (NCI)Luxembourg
LVAC16783LATVIAA country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Estonia and Lithuania. (NCI)Latvia
MACC16807MACAOA country in Eastern Asia, bordering the South China Sea and China. (NCI)Macau
MAFC83610SAINT MARTIN (FRENCH PART);SAINT MARTIN, FRENCHAn island in the Caribbean sea, between Anguilla and Saint Barthelemy. (NCI)Saint Martin (French Part)
MARC16878MOROCCOA country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Western Sahara. (NCI)Morocco
MCOC16874MONACOA country in Western Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Sea on the southern coast of France, near the border with Italy. (NCI)Monaco
MDAC16871MOLDOVA, REPUBLIC OFA country in Eastern Europe, northeast of Romania. (NCI)Moldova, Republic of
MDGC16808MADAGASCARA country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the Indian Ocean, east of Mozambique. (NCI)Madagascar
MDVC16815MALDIVESA country in Southern Asia, occupying a group of atolls in the Indian Ocean, south-southwest of India. (NCI)Maldives
MEXC16850MEXICOA country in Central America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, between Belize and the US and bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and the US. (NCI)Mexico
MHLC16822MARSHALL ISLANDSA group of atolls and reefs in the North Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. (NCI)Marshall Islands
MKDC17654MACEDONIA, THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF;REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIAA country in Southeastern Europe, north of Greece. (NCI)Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of
MLIC16816MALIA country in Western Africa, southwest of Algeria. (NCI)Mali
MLTC16817MALTAA country in Southern Europe, occupying islands in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily (Italy). (NCI)Malta
MMRC16370MYANMARA country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Bangladesh and Thailand. (NCI)Myanmar
MNEC64378MONTENEGROA republic in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Formerly part of Serbia and Montenegro (Federation Republic of Yugoslavia). (NCI)Montenegro
MNGC16875MONGOLIAA country in Northern Asia, between China and Russia. (NCI)Mongolia
MNPC17882NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDSA country in the Pacific, comprising islands in the North Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to the Philippines. (NCI)Northern Mariana Islands
MOZC16882MOZAMBIQUEA country in Southern Africa, bordering the Mozambique Channel, between South Africa and Tanzania. (NCI)Mozambique
MRTC16826MAURITANIAA country in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Senegal and Western Sahara. (NCI)Mauritania
MSRC16876MONTSERRATA country in the Caribbean, occupying an island in the Caribbean Sea, southeast of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Montserrat
MTQC16823MARTINIQUEAn island in the Caribbean Sea, north of Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Martinique
MUSC16827MAURITIUSA country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. (NCI)Mauritius
MWIC16813MALAWIA country in Southern Africa, east of Zambia. (NCI)Malawi
MYSC16814MALAYSIAA country in Southeastern Asia, occupying a peninsula and the northern one-third of the island of Borneo, bordering Indonesia and the South China Sea, south of Vietnam. (NCI)Malaysia
MYTC16828MAYOTTEA country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the Mozambique Channel, about one-half of the way from northern Madagascar to northern Mozambique. (NCI)Mayotte
NAMC16891NAMIBIAA country in Southern Africa, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Angola and South Africa. (NCI)Namibia
NCLC16913NEW CALEDONIAA country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. (NCI)New Caledonia
NERC16916NIGERA country in Western Africa, southeast of Algeria. (NCI)Niger
NFKC16919NORFOLK ISLANDA country in the Pacific, occupying an island in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. (NCI)Norfolk Island
NGAC16917NIGERIAA country in Western Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea, between Benin and Cameroon. (NCI)Nigeria
NICC16915NICARAGUAA country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Costa Rica and Honduras. (NCI)Nicaragua
NIUC16918NIUEA country in the Pacific, occupying an island in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Tonga. (NCI)Niue
NLDC16903NETHERLANDSA country in Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between Belgium and Germany. (NCI)Netherlands
NORC16920NORWAYA country in Northern Europe, bordering the North Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Sweden. (NCI)Norway
NPLC16901NEPALA country in Southern Asia, between China and India. (NCI)Nepal
NRUC16896NAURUA country in Oceania, occupying an island in the South Pacific Ocean, south of the Marshall Islands. (NCI)Nauru
NZLC16914NEW ZEALANDA country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia. (NCI)New Zealand
OMNC16933OMANA country in the Middle East, bordering the Arabian Sea, Gulf of Oman, and Persian Gulf, between Yemen and the United Arab Emirates. (NCI)Oman
PAKC16949PAKISTANA country in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea, between India on the east and Iran and Afghanistan on the west and China in the north. (NCI)Pakistan
PANC16951PANAMAA country in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Colombia and Costa Rica. (NCI)Panama
PCNC16993PITCAIRNA country in the Pacific, comprised of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about midway between Peru and New Zealand. (NCI)Pitcairn
PERC16972PERUA country in Western South America, bordering the South Pacific Ocean, between Chile and Ecuador. (NCI)Peru
PHLC16978PHILIPPINESA country in Southeastern Asia, comprised of an archipelago between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, east of Vietnam. (NCI)Philippines
PLWC17733PALAUA country in the Pacific, comprising a group of islands in the North Pacific Ocean, southeast of the Philippines. (NCI)Palau
PNGC16952PAPUA NEW GUINEAA country in Southeastern Asia, comprising a group of islands and including the eastern half of the island of New Guinea, between the Coral Sea and the South Pacific Ocean, east of Indonesia. (NCI)Papua New Guinea
POLC17002POLANDA country in Central Europe, east of Germany. (NCI)Poland
PRIC17043PUERTO RICOAn island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of the Dominican Republic. (NCI)Puerto Rico
PRKC16773KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF;NORTH KOREAA country in Eastern Asia, occupying the northern half of the Korean Peninsula, bordering the Korea Bay and the Sea of Japan, between China and South Korea. (NCI)Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
PRTC17006PORTUGALA country in Southwestern Europe, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, west of Spain. (NCI)Portugal
PRYC16953PARAGUAYA country in Central South America, northeast of Argentina. (NCI)Paraguay
PSEC20110PALESTINIAN TERRITORY, OCCUPIEDA collective name for the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, two territories in Palestine. (NCI)Palestinian Territory, Occupied
PYFC16594FRENCH POLYNESIAAn archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from South America to Australia. (NCI)French Polynesia
QATC17045QATARA country in the Middle East, occupying a peninsula bordering the Persian Gulf and Saudi Arabia. (NCI)Qatar
REUC17095REUNIONA country in Southern Africa, occupying an island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar. (NCI)Reunion
ROUC17108ROMANIAA country in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine. (NCI)Romania
RUSC17111RUSSIAN FEDERATIONA country in Northern Asia (that part west of the Urals is sometimes included with Europe), bordering the Arctic Ocean, between Europe and the North Pacific Ocean. (NCI)Russian Federation
RWAC17112RWANDAA country in Central Africa, east of Democratic Republic of the Congo. (NCI)Rwanda
SAUC17117SAUDI ARABIAA country in the Middle East, bordering the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, north of Yemen. (NCI)Saudi Arabia
SDNC17170SUDANA country in Northern Africa, bordering the Red Sea, between Egypt and Eritrea. (NCI)Sudan
SENC17121SENEGALA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea-Bissau and Mauritania. (NCI)Senegal
SGPC17134SINGAPOREA country in Southeastern Asia, comprised of islands between Malaysia and Indonesia. (NCI)Singapore
SGSC20111SOUTH GEORGIA AND THE SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDSA group of islands in the South Atlantic Ocean, east of the tip of South America. (NCI)South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
SHNC17164SAINT HELENA;SAINT HELENA, ASCENSION AND TRISTAN DA CUNHAIslands in the South Atlantic Ocean, about midway between South America and Africa. (NCI)Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
SJMC17178SVALBARD AND JAN MAYENIslands between the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland Sea, and Norwegian Sea, northeast of Iceland and north of Norway. (NCI)Svalbard and Jan Mayen
SLBC17148SOLOMON ISLANDSA group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Papua New Guinea. (NCI)Solomon Islands
SLEC17130SIERRA LEONEA country in Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea and Liberia. (NCI)Sierra Leone
SLVC16532EL SALVADORA country in Central America, bordering the North Pacific Ocean, between Guatemala and Honduras. (NCI)El Salvador
SMRC17115SAN MARINOA country in Southern Europe, an enclave in central Italy. (NCI)San Marino
SOMC17149SOMALIAA country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean, east of Ethiopia. (NCI)Somalia
SPMC17165SAINT PIERRE AND MIQUELONA country in Northern North America, comprised of islands in the North Atlantic Ocean, south of Newfoundland (Canada). (NCI)Saint Pierre and Miquelon
SRBC64377SERBIAA republic in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Formerly part of Serbia and Montenegro (Federation Republic of Yugoslavia). (NCI)Serbia
SSDC97351SOUTH SUDANA northeastern African country located in the Sahel region and bordered by Sudan in the north, Uganda and Kenya in the south and Ethiopia in the west. (NCI)South Sudan
STPC17116SAO TOME AND PRINCIPEA country in Western Africa, comprised of islands in the Gulf of Guinea, straddling the Equator, west of Gabon. (NCI)Sao Tome and Principe
SURC17175SURINAMEA country in Northern South America, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between French Guiana and Guyana. (NCI)Suriname
SVKC17669SLOVAKIAA country in Central Europe, south of Poland. (NCI)Slovakia
SVNC17138SLOVENIAA country in Central Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea, between Austria and Croatia. (NCI)Slovenia
SWEC17180SWEDENA country in Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak, between Finland and Norway. (NCI)Sweden
SWZC17179SWAZILANDA country in Southern Africa, between Mozambique and South Africa. (NCI)Swaziland
SXMC101226SINT MAARTEN (DUTCH PART);SINT MAARTEN (DUTCH)The southern portion of an island in the Caribbean sea, between Anguilla and Saint Barthelemy. (NCI)Sint Maarten (Dutch Part)
SYCC17129SEYCHELLESA country in Eastern Africa, comprised of a group of islands in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar. (NCI)Seychelles
SYRC17182SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLICA country in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Lebanon and Turkey. (NCI)Syrian Arab Republic
TCAC17224TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDSTwo island groups in the North Atlantic Ocean, southeast of The Bahamas. (NCI)Turks and Caicos Islands
TCDC16412CHADA country in Central Africa, south of Libya. (NCI)Chad
TGOC17202TOGOA country in Western Africa, bordering the Bight of Benin, between Benin and Ghana. (NCI)Togo
THAC17192THAILANDA country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand, southeast of Burma. (NCI)Thailand
TJKC17183TAJIKISTANA country in Central Asia, west of China. (NCI)Tajikistan
TKLC17704TOKELAUA group of three atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Tokelau
TKMC17223TURKMENISTANA country in Central Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea, between Iran and Kazakhstan. (NCI)Turkmenistan
TLSC17200TIMOR-LESTEA country in Southeastern Asia, northwest of Australia in the Lesser Sunda Islands at the eastern end of the Indonesian archipelago. East Timor includes the eastern half of the island of Timor, the Oecussi (Ambeno) region on the northwest portion of the island of Timor, and the islands of Pulau Atauro and Pulau Jaco. (NCI)Timor-Leste
TONC17205TONGAAn archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Tonga
TTOC17217TRINIDAD AND TOBAGOIslands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela. (NCI)Trinidad and Tobago
TUNC17221TUNISIAA country in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Libya. (NCI)Tunisia
TURC17222TURKEYA country in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia (that portion of Turkey west of the Bosporus is geographically part of Europe), bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. (NCI)Turkey
TUVC17225TUVALUAn island group consisting of nine coral atolls in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to Australia. (NCI)Tuvalu
TWNC17184TAIWANA group of islands bordering the East China Sea, Philippine Sea, South China Sea, and Taiwan Strait, north of the Philippines, off the southeastern coast of China. (NCI)Taiwan
TZAC17185TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC OFA country in Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Kenya and Mozambique. (NCI)Tanzania, United Republic of
UGAC17228UGANDAA country in Eastern Africa, west of Kenya. (NCI)Uganda
UKRC17229UKRAINEA country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Poland and Russia. (NCI)Ukraine
UMIC20112UNITED STATES MINOR OUTLYING ISLANDSThe U.S. Minor Outlying Islands consist of Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Johnston Atoll, Kingman Reef, Midway Island, Navassa Island, Palmyra Atoll, and Wake Island (Wake Atoll). (NCI)United States Minor Outlying Islands
URYC17244URUGUAYA country in Southern South America, bordering the South Atlantic Ocean, between Argentina and Brazil. (NCI)Uruguay
USAC17234UNITED STATESA country in North America, bordering both the North Atlantic Ocean and the North Pacific Ocean, between Canada and Mexico. (NCI)United States
UZBC17246UZBEKISTANA country in Central Asia, north of Afghanistan. (NCI)Uzbekistan
VATC17249VATICAN CITY STATEAn enclave of Rome (Italy). (NCI)Holy See (Vatican City State)
VCTC17114SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINESA country in the Caribbean, comprised of islands in the Caribbean Sea, north of Trinidad and Tobago. (NCI)Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
VENC17250VENEZUELA;VENEZUELA, BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OFA country in Northern South America, bordering the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, between Colombia and Guyana. (NCI)Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
VGBC17653VIRGIN ISLANDS, BRITISHIslands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Virgin Islands, British
VIRC17255VIRGIN ISLANDS, U.S.Islands between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Puerto Rico. (NCI)Virgin Islands, U.S.
VNMC17252VIET NAM;VIETNAMA country in Southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, Gulf of Tonkin, and South China Sea, alongside China, Laos, and Cambodia. (NCI)Viet Nam
VUTC17247VANUATUA group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about three-quarters of the way from Hawaii to Australia. (NCI)Vanuatu
WLFC17259WALLIS AND FUTUNAIslands in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Wallis and Futuna
WSMC17740SAMOAA group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. (NCI)Samoa
YEMC17264YEMENA country in the Middle East, bordering the Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, and Red Sea, between Oman and Saudi Arabia. (NCI)Yemen
ZAFC17151SOUTH AFRICAA country in Southern Africa, at the southern tip of the continent of Africa. (NCI)South Africa
ZMBC17267ZAMBIAA country in Southern Africa, east of Angola. (NCI)Zambia
ZWEC17268ZIMBABWEA country in Southern Africa, between South Africa and Zambia. (NCI)Zimbabwe
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CL.C89966.DDTESTCDDeath Diagnosis Test Code
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C89966Death Diagnosis Test CodeTerminology for the test codes concerned with the circumstance or condition that results in the death of a living being.CDISC SEND Death Diagnosis Test Code Terminology
DEATHDC81239Death DiagnosisThe circumstance or condition that results in the death of a living being. (NCI)Cause of Death
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CL.C89965.DDTESTDeath Diagnosis Test Name
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C89965Death Diagnosis Test NameTerminology for the test names concerned with the circumstance or condition that results in the death of a living being.CDISC SEND Death Diagnosis Test Name Terminology
Death DiagnosisC81239Death DiagnosisThe circumstance or condition that results in the death of a living being. (NCI)Cause of Death
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CL.C99074.DIRDirectionality
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C99074DirectionalityCDISC terminology for anatomical location or specimen further detailing directionality.CDISC SDTM Directionality Terminology
ANTERIORC25231Denoting the front portion of the body or a structure.Anterior
ANTEROMEDIALC147159Denoting the front portion of the body towards the median plane.Anteromedial
APICALC25423Relating to or located at the apex.Apical
BASALC90067Relating to or located at the lowest portion of a structure.Basal
CAUDALC73851Toward the tail in a body.Caudal
CENTRALC25445A point or area that is approximately central within some larger region or structure. (NCI)Center
CRANIALC37936Toward the head in a body.Cranial
DEEPC25240Extending relatively far inward. (NCI)Deep
DISTALC25237Situated farthest from a point of reference.Distal
DISTAL VOLARC147160Pertaining to the farthest portion from the palm side of a hand or the sole side of a foot.Distal Volar
DORSALC45874Pertaining to the back or upper surface of the body.Dorsal
DORSOLATERALC90376Toward the back and side of a body.Dorsolateral
FOREC90386Of or involving the front of a main body. (NCI)Fore
HINDC90393Of or involving the back of a main body. (NCI)Hind
INFERIORC25353Pertaining to a point below a given reference point.Inferior
INNERC37980Inside or closer to the inside of the body or object. (NCI)Inner
INTERMEDIATEC73705Located between two points or extremes.Intermediate
LATERALC25230Situated at or extending to the side.Lateral
LOWERC25309The bottom one of two. (NCI)Lower
LOWER EXTENSOR SURFACEC147161Pertaining to the lower portion of the surface on the opposite side of the joint when it bends.Lower Extensor Surface
LOWER FLEXOR SURFACEC147162Pertaining to the lower portion of the surface on the same side of the joint when it bends.Lower Flexor Surface
LOWER MEDIALC147163Denoting the lower portion of the body towards the median plane.Lower Medial
MEDIALC25232Toward the middle or in a limb toward the median plane.Medial
MIDLINEC81170A medial line, especially the medial line or medial plane of the body (or some part of the body).Midline
NASALC27958Of, or related to, or in the direction of the nose.Nasal
OUTERC38166Being on or toward the outside of the body or object. (NCI)Outer
PERIPHERALC25233On or near an edge or constituting an outer boundary; the outer area. (NCI)Peripheral
POSTERIORC25622Denoting the back portion of the body or a structure.Posterior
PROXIMALC25236Situated nearest to a point of reference.Proximal
PROXIMAL VOLARC147164Pertaining to the nearest portion from the palm side of a hand or the sole side of a foot.Proximal Volar
ROSTRALC94393Toward the muzzle in the head.Rostral
SUPERFICIALC25239Of or pertaining to the exterior surface. (NCI)Superficial
SUPERIORC25235Pertaining to a point above a given reference point.Superior
SURFACEC25245The extended two-dimensional outer layer or area of a three-dimensional object. (NCI)Surface
TEMPORALC117754Of, or related to, or in the direction of the anatomic sites that are located in the temple.Temporal Anatomic Qualifier
TIPC90069The pointed end of a structure.Tip
UPPERC25355The top one of two.Upper
UPPER EXTENSOR SURFACEC147165Pertaining to the upper portion of the surface on the opposite side of the joint when it bends.Upper Extensor Surface
UPPER FLEXOR SURFACEC147166Pertaining to the upper portion of the surface on the same side of the joint when it bends.Upper Flexor Surface
VENTRALC45875Pertaining to the front or lower surface of the body.Ventral
VENTROLATERALC98798Of or pertaining to the front and side of a main body. (NCI)Ventrolateral
VOLARC147167Pertaining to the palm side of a hand or the sole side of a foot.Volar
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CL.C120530.DSTRBNDistribution
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C120530DistributionTerminology relevant to the distribution of a finding within a specimen.CDISC SEND Distribution Terminology
DIFFUSEC14175WidespreadWidely spread; not localized or confined.Diffuse
FOCALC28224Limited to a specific area.Focal
FOCAL/MULTIFOCALC120857A finding that generally has features of focal and multifocal distribution.Focal/Multifocal
LOCALLY EXTENSIVEC120858Focally Extensive;Regionally ExtensiveBeing widespread throughout a specific area.Locally Extensive
MULTIFOCALC25253Arising from, pertaining to, or having many locations.Multifocal
MULTIPLEC17648More than one. (NCI)Multiple
SINGLEC48440One.Single
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CL.C90013.EGLEADECG Lead
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C90013ECG LeadTerminology related to electrocardiogram lead names.CDISC SDTM Electrocardiogram Lead Terminology
LEAD aV6C90403An augmented unipolar lead placed at the sixth intercostal space on the midaxillary line. (NCI)Lead Site aV6
LEAD aVFC90360An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive (red) electrode is situated on the left pelvic limb and the negative electrode is a combination of the right thoracic limb (white) electrode and the left thoracic limb (black) electrode. Measures the electrical activity of the electrode on the left pelvic limb.Augmented Vector Foot
LEAD aVF-VENTRALC135387An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive electrode is situated at the hindquarters proximal to the sacrum and the negative electrode is a combination of the electrode behind the right ear near the right mastoid process and the electrode near the apex of the heart (located in the ICS of left 5-6 rib close to the sternum).Lead Site aVF-Ventral
LEAD aVLC90361An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive (black) electrode is situated on the left thoracic limb and the negative electrode is a combination of the right thoracic limb (white) electrode and the left pelvic limb (red) electrode. Measures the electrical activity of the electrode on the left thoracic limb. (NCI)Augmented Vector Left
LEAD aVL-AXIALC135388An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive electrode is near the apex of the heart (located in the ICS of left 5-6 rib close to the sternum) and the negative electrode is a combination of the electrode behind the right ear near the right mastoid process and the electrode on hindquarters proximal to the sacrum.Lead Site aVL-Axial
LEAD aVRC90362An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive (white) electrode is situated on the right thoracic limb and the negative electrode is a combination of the left thoracic limb (black) electrode and the left pelvic limb (red) electrode. Measures the electrical activity of the electrode on the right thoracic limb. (NCI)Augmented Vector Right
LEAD aVR-DORSALC135389An augmented unipolar electrocardiogram limb lead in which the positive electrode is behind the right ear near the right mastoid process and the negative electrode is a combination of the electrode at the hindquarters proximal to the sacrum and the electrode near the apex of the heart (located in the ICS of left 5-6 rib close to the sternum).Lead Site aVR-Dorsal
LEAD AXIALC135390A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage between the positive electrode near the apex of the heart (located in the ICS of left 5-6 rib close to the sternum) and the negative electrode behind the right ear near the right mastoid process.Lead Site Axial
LEAD CM5C90404A bipolar EKG lead with the right thoracic limb electrode placed on the manubrium and left thoracic limb electrode placed at the surface marking of the V5 position (just above the 5th interspace in the anterior axillary line). The left pelvic limb lead acts as a neutral and may be placed anywhere. The C refers to 'clavicle' where it is often placed. (NCI)Lead Site CM5
LEAD CV5RLC90405A unipolar chest lead used mostly in large animals. Placed on the sixth ICS on the right side of the thorax along a line parallel to the level of the point of the humeralradial joint.Lead Site CV5RL
LEAD CV6LLC90406V1 electrode (+) placed in the 6th intercostal space on the left side of the thorax along a line parallel to the level of the point of the humeralradial joint.Lead Site CV6LL
LEAD CV6LUC90407V2 electrode (+) placed in the 6th intercostal space on the left side of the thorax along a line parallel to the level of the point of the shoulder. (NCI)Lead Site CV6LU
LEAD DORSALC135391A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage between the negative electrode behind the right ear near the right mastoid process and the positive electrode on the hindquarters proximal to the sacrum.Lead Site Dorsal
LEAD IC90408A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage between the negative electrode on the right thoracic limb and the positive electrode on the left thoracic limb. (NCI)Lead Site I
LEAD IIC90409A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage between the negative electrode on the right thoracic limb and the positive electrode on the left pelvic limb. (NCI)Lead Site II
LEAD IIIC90410A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage between the negative electrode on the left thoracic limb and the positive electrode on the left pelvic limb. (NCI)Lead Site III
LEAD rV2C90411A unipolar precordial lead placed at the second intercostal space to the left of the sternum. (NCI)Lead Site rV2
LEAD V1C90412Lead C1A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site; the electrode is placed at the fourth intercostal space on the anterior chest wall (between ribs 4 and 5) to the right of the sternal border. In small animals, it is placed at the right fifth intercostal space near the sternum. (NCI)Lead Site V1
LEAD V10C90413A unipolar chest lead at which the electrode is placed over the dorsal spinous process of 7th thoracic vertebra. (NCI)Lead Site V10
LEAD V2C90414Lead C2A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site; the electrode is placed on the anterior chest wall at the fourth intercostal space (between ribs 4 and 5) to the left of the sternal border. In small animals it corresponds to V2-V3 where it is placed at the 6th left intercostal space near the sternum. In large animals it is placed over the 6th rib at the level of the costochondral junction on the left side of the thorax.Lead Site V2
LEAD V3C90415Lead C3A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site; the electrode is placed on the anterior chest wall midway between leads V2 and V4. In large and small animals, it is placed over the dorsal spinous process of the 7th thoracic vertebra. (NCI)Lead Site V3
LEAD V4C90416Lead C4A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site; the electrode is placed at the fifth intercostal space on the anterior chest wall (between ribs 5 and 6) at the left midclavicular line. In small animals it corresponds to V4-V6 where it is placed at the 6th left intercostal space near the costochondral junction. In large animals it is placed over the 6th rib at the level of a horizontal line drawn through the scapulohumeral articulation on the left side of the thorax. (NCI)Lead Site V4
LEAD V5C90417Lead C5A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site; the electrode is placed on the anterior chest wall level with lead V4 at the left anterior axillary line. In large animals it is placed on the sixth ICS on the right side of the thorax along a line parallel to the level of the point of the shoulder corresponding to the electrical center of the heart (central terminal). (NCI)Lead Site V5
LEAD V6C90418Lead C6A unipolar electrocardiogram lead site at which the electrode is placed on the anterior chest wall level with lead V5 at the left midaxillary line .Lead Site V6
LEAD VENTRALC135392A bipolar electrocardiogram limb lead which records the voltage with the positive electrode on the hindquarters proximal to the sacrum and the negative electrode near the apex of the heart (located in the ICS of left 5-6 rib close to the sternum).Lead Site Ventral
SMLC117760Global Median Beat;Superimposition of Multiple LeadsMeasurement methodology using multiple leads for the determination of an ECG parameter. This is often visually represented as a superimposition of the median beats from multiple leads.Superimposition of Multiple Leads
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CL.C71150.EGSTRESCECG Result
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C71150ECG ResultTerminology codelist used with ECG Findings and Abnormalities within CDISC.CDISC SDTM ECG Finding Terminology
1ST DEGREE AV BLOCKC1110881st degree AV block;PR Prolongation;Prolonged PR intervalAn electrocardiographic finding of prolonged PR interval for a specific population. For adults one common threshold is a PR interval greater than 0.20 seconds. Note that other thresholds may be applicable.AV Block First Degree by ECG Finding
2:1 AV BLOCKC710442:1 AV blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a supraventricular rhythm where the ratio of impulses generated above the atrioventricular node to the number of impulses conducted through to the ventricles is 2:1. This is manifest on the ECG as 2 P waves per QRS complex.2:1 Atrioventricular Block by ECG Finding
2ND DEGREE AV BLOCKC62016Second Degree AV BlockAn electrocardiographic finding of intermittent failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction to the ventricles. This is manifest on the ECG by regular P waves which intermittently are not followed by QRS complexes.AV Block Second Degree by ECG Finding
3RD DEGREE AV BLOCKC1110913rd Degree Heart Block;AV block, complete (third-degree);Complete Heart BlockAn electrocardiographic finding of complete failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction to the ventricles. This is manifest on the ECG by disassociation of atrial and ventricular rhythms. The atrial rate must be faster than the ventricular rate.AV Block Third Degree by ECG Finding
50 Hz NOISEC11416550 Hz Artifact;50 Hz NoiseAn electrocardiographic recording showing power line interference with the electrocardiographic signal. The artifact amplitude modulation has the same frequency as the AC power system present (50 Hz).50 Hertz Noise by ECG Finding
60 Hz NOISEC11416460 Hz Artifact;60 Hz NoiseAn electrocardiographic recording showing power line interference with the electrocardiographic signal. The artifact amplitude modulation has the same frequency as the AC power system present (60 Hz).60 Hertz Noise by ECG Finding
ABERRANTLY CONDUCTED COMPLEXESC116132Aberrantly Conducted BeatsAn electrocardiographic finding of an abnormally wide QRS complex(es) of supraventricular origin with prolonged QRS duration due to aberrant AV conduction.Aberrantly Conducted Complexes by ECG Finding
AC NOISEC114149AC NoiseAn electrocardiographic recording showing power line interference with the electrocardiographic signal. The artifact amplitude modulation has the same frequency as the AC power system present (usually 50 Hz or 60 Hz).Alternating Current Noise by ECG Finding
ACCELERATED IDIOVENTRICULAR RHYTHMC62266Accelerated idioventricular rhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of idioventricular rhythm with a rate greater than 50 beats per minute.Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm by ECG Finding
ACUTE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71065Acute Anterior MI;Acute Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V3 and V4, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the anterior wall of the left ventricle.Acute Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE ANTEROLATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102591Acute Anterolateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V3 through V6, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the anterolateral wall of the left ventricle.Acute Anterolateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE ANTEROSEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102592Acute Anteroseptal Wall Myocardial Infarction;Acute anteroseptal MIAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V1 through V4, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the anteroseptal wall of the left ventricle.Acute Anteroseptal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE EXTENSIVE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC106496An electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V1 to V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction involving the anterior and anterolateral walls of the left ventricle.Acute Extensive Anterior Wall Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE HIGH LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102593Acute High Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads I and aVL, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the high lateral wall of the left ventricle.Acute High Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71066Acute Inferior MI;Acute Inferior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads III, aVF and often II, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the inferior wall of the left ventricle.Acute Inferior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71067Acute Lateral MI;Acute Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V5, V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the lateral wall of the left ventricle.Acute Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC101596Acute Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding showing a current of injury with ST elevation. No specification is provided for localization.Acute Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE POSTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71068Acute Posterior MI;Acute Posterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding in leads V1 or V2 of an initial R wave duration greater than or equal to 40 ms, R wave greater than S wave, upright T wave, with accompanying ST elevation, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the posterior wall of the left ventricle. Evidence of inferior or lateral myocardial infarction is usually also present.Acute Posterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE RIGHT VENTRICULAR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102594Acute Right Ventricular Wall Myocardial Infarction;Acute Right ventricular MIAn electrocardiographic finding in leads V1 or V2 of an initial R wave duration greater than or equal to 40 ms, R wave greater than S wave, upright T wave, with accompanying ST elevation, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the ventricular wall of the left ventricle. Evidence of inferior or lateral myocardial infarction is usually also present. Additional criteria include ST elevation > 100 microvolts in the right precordial leads V4R through V6R.Acute Right Ventricular Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ACUTE SEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102595Acute Septal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves with accompanying ST elevation in leads V1, V2 and often V3, which is suggestive of acute myocardial infarction of the intraventricular septum.Acute Septal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ADVANCED/HIGH GRADE AV BLOCKC102642Advanced/High Grade AV BlockAn electrocardiographic finding of intermittent failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction to the ventricles, characterized by two or more consecutive non-conducted P waves.High Grade Atrioventricular Block by ECG Finding
ALL PRECORDIAL ELECTRODES DISCONNECTEDC114159An electrocardiographic recording in which all precordial electrodes are disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) of all leads V1 - V6.All Precordial Electrodes Are Disconnected by ECG Finding
ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71069Anterior MI;Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 and V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterior wall of the left ventricle.Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ANTEROLATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35303Anterolateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 through V6, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterolateral wall of the left ventricle.Anterolateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ANTEROSEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35304Anteroseptal MI;Anteroseptal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 through V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anteroseptal wall of the left ventricle.Anteroseptal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
ARTIFACTC114162An electrocardiographic recording in which one or more leads display extraneous signals which do not represent cardiac electrical activity.Artifact Lead Signal by ECG Finding
ASYSTOLEC116130An electrocardiographic finding showing no cardiac electrical activity on the ECG for the entire duration of the recording.Asystole by ECG Finding
ATRIAL BIGEMINYC102596An electrocardiographic finding of a sinus beat followed by a premature atrial complex for three or more consecutive cycles; a regularly irregular rhythm of normal and abnormal P waves in a 1-1 ratio.Atrial Bigeminy by ECG Finding
ATRIAL COUPLETSC102597Atrial CoupletsAn electrocardiographic finding in which two premature atrial complexes occur sequentially; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Atrial Couplet by ECG Finding
ATRIAL ENLARGEMENTC71039Atrial EnlargementAn electrocardiographic finding which comprises left, right or bilateral atrial enlargement. This is may be characterized by prolonged P wave duration, increased P wave amplitude, or multi-component P waves.Atrial Enlargement by ECG Finding
ATRIAL FIBRILLATIONC111092Atrial fibrillationAn electrocardiographic finding of a supraventricular arrhythmia characterized by the replacement of consistent P waves by rapid oscillations or fibrillatory waves that vary in size, shape and timing and are accompanied by an irregularly irregular ventricular response.Atrial Fibrillation by ECG Finding
ATRIAL FLUTTERC111094Atrial flutterAn electrocardiographic finding of an organized, regular atrial rhythm with atrial rate of 240-340 beats per minute. Multiple P waves typically appear in the inferior leads in a saw tooth like pattern between the QRS complexes.Atrial Flutter by ECG Finding
ATRIAL TACHYCARDIAC111105Atrial tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of an organized, regular atrial rhythm with atrial rate between 101 and 240 beats per minute. The P wave morphology must be distinct from the sinus P wave morphology.Atrial Tachycardia by ECG Finding
ATRIAL TACHYCARDIA WITH AV BLOCKC119249An electrocardiographic finding of an atrial tachycardia which does not display 1:1 AV conduction.Atrial Tachycardia With AV Block by ECG Finding
ATRIAL TRIGEMINYC102598Atrial TrigeminyAn electrocardiographic finding of two sinus beats followed by a premature atrial complex for 3 or more consecutive cycles; a regularly irregular rhythm of normal and abnormal P waves in a 2-1 ratio.Atrial Trigeminy by ECG Finding
ATRIOVENTRICULAR DISSOCIATIONC71045AV Dissociation;Atrioventricular dissociationAn electrocardiographic finding in which the electrical activity of the atria and ventricles are independent of one another.Atrioventricular Dissociation by ECG Finding
AV MOBITZ IC111089AV Mobitz I;Mobitz I Second Degree AV Block;Second degree AV block- Mobitz type I;Second-degree AV block, Mobitz type I (Wenckebach);Type 1 2nd degree AV Block;WenckebachAn electrocardiographic finding of intermittent failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction to the ventricles, characterized by a progressively lengthening PR interval prior to the block of an atrial impulse.AV Block Second Degree Mobitz Type I by ECG Finding
AV MOBITZ IIC111090Mobitz II AV Block;Mobitz II Second Degree AV Block;Type 2 2nd degree AV BlockAn electrocardiographic finding of intermittent failure of atrial electrical impulse conduction to the ventricles, characterized by a relatively constant PR interval prior to the block of an atrial impulse.AV Block Second Degree Mobitz Type II by ECG Finding
AV NODE RE-ENTRYC35058AV Node Reentrant Supraventricular TachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a regular supraventricular tachycardia due to reentry within the AV node. It is characterized by P waves which typically occurs nearly simultaneously with the QRS complex, resulting in a P wave which is obscured by the QRS, merged with the QRS or which may follow the QRS.Atrioventricular Nodal Reentry Tachycardia by ECG Finding
AV RE-ENTRANT TACHYCARDIAC62261AV Reentrant Supraventricular TachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a regular supraventricular tachycardia which utilizes an atrioventricular bypass tract as its retrograde limb (orthodromic tachycardia) or as its antegrade limb (antidromic tachycardia). QRS complexes during sinus rhythm may show preexcitation. During orthodromic tachycardia the preexcitation is not present and a retrograde P wave may appear after the QRS complex. During antidromic tachycardia the QRS complex is preexcited.Atrioventricular Reentrant Tachycardia by ECG Finding
BASELINE WANDERC114147An electrocardiographic recording in which the isoelectric line in one or more leads is vertically displaced resulting in low frequency upward and downward movements of the signal with varying amplitudes.Baseline Wander by ECG Finding
BIFASCICULAR BLOCKC71046Bifascicular blockAn electrocardiographic finding comprising right bundle branch block and left anterior fascicular block, or right bundle branch block and left posterior fascicular block. Defects occurring in two of the three divisions of the conduction system of the heart are considered bifascicular blocks. Technically left bundle branch block may be considered a bifascicular block. (NCI)Bifascicular Block by ECG Finding
BIVENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHYC106502An electrocardiographic finding suggestive of enlargement or thickening of both ventricles, with a combination of findings which are related to LVH and RVH, such as voltage criteria for LVH in the presence of marked right axis deviation.Biventricular Hypertrophy by ECG Finding
BORDERLINE QTCBC92228Borderline QTcBAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula is slightly prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Borderline QTcB
BORDERLINE QTCFC92229Borderline QTcFAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula is slightly prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Borderline QTcF
BRADYCARDIAC111120BradycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of abnormally slow heart rate. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Bradycardia by ECG Finding
BRUGADA SYNDROME PATTERNC106503An electrocardiographic finding of complete or incomplete right bundle branch block accompanied by ST elevation in leads V1-V3. This may be noted at rest or can be provoked by medication challenge.Brugada Syndrome Pattern by ECG Finding
CV ENDPOINTS ISCHEMIC ECG CHANGESC116138An electrocardiographic finding, in the absence of left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH) and left bundle branch block pattern on ECG, of either a) new (or presumed new) ST elevation at the J point in two contiguous leads with the following cut-points: greater than or equal to 0.1 mV in all leads other than leads V2-V3 where 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, or greater than or equal to 0.15 mV in women; or b) new (or presumed new) horizontal or down-sloping ST depression greater than or equal to 0.05 mV in two contiguous leads and/or T inversion greater than or equal to 0.1 mV in two contiguous leads with prominent R wave or R/S ratio greater than 1. (Thygesen K, Alpert JS, Jaffe AS, Simoons ML, et al.; Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction. Third universal definition of myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012 Oct 16;60(16):1581-98).ACC/AHA Ischemic ECG Changes
DELTA WAVEC62258Delta waveAn electrocardiographic finding of initial slurring (delta wave) of the QRS complex due to the presence of an accessory pathway. This characteristic ECG pattern is typically seen in Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.Delta Wave by ECG Finding
DEXTROCARDIAC102623DextrocardiaAn electrocardiographic finding suggestive of dextrocardia with situs inversus, characterized by reversal of normal anterior R wave progression and the appearance of reversal of the right and left arm electrodes.Dextrocardia by ECG Finding
EARLY R WAVE TRANSITIONC102628Early R Wave Progression;Early R Wave TransitionAn electrocardiographic finding where the amplitude of the R wave becomes greater than the amplitude of the S wave in the QRS complex at an unusually early point in the precordial leads, usually in leads V1 or V2.Early R Wave Transition by ECG Finding
EARLY REPOLARIZATIONC102629Early RepolarizationAn electrocardiographic finding of J point and ST segment elevation in the absence of other signs of acute ischemia or pericarditis.Early Repolarization
ECG ACQUIRED WITH PRECORDIAL ELECTRODES PLACED ON RIGHT CHESTC114175An electrocardiographic recording in which the precordial electrodes have been placed over the right chest and record a right sided ECG.ECG Acquired with Precordial Electrodes Placed on the Right Chest
ECG EVALUATION NOT PERFORMED DUE TO CORRUPTED DIGITAL ECG FILEC114181A digital electrocardiographic recording which is corrupted (i.e. ECG signal cannot be restored) such that measurements and/or interpretation cannot be performed.ECG Evaluation Not Performed Due to Corrupted Digital ECG File
ECG EVALUATION NOT PERFORMED DUE TO POOR QUALITY OF PRINTED ECGC114180A printed electrocardiographic recording with poor printout quality (e.g. a faded paper ECG tracing or ECG with inconsistent printing speed) such that measurements and/or interpretation cannot be performed.ECG Evaluation Not Performed Due to Poor Quality of Printed ECG
ECG EVALUATION NOT PERFORMED DUE TO UNKNOWN ECG AMPLITUDE GAIN OR RECORDING SPEEDC114178An electrocardiographic recording in which measurements and/or interpretation are not performed because the ECG amplitude gain and/or recording speed are not known.ECG Evaluation Not Performed Due to Unknown ECG Amplitude Gain or Recording Speed
ECTOPIC ATRIAL RHYTHMC62245Ectopic atrial rhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of a regular atrial rhythm with atrial rate of less than 101 beats per minute which does not originate in the sinus node, and which is characterized by P waves whose morphology differs from the P wave morphology during sinus rhythm.Ectopic Atrial Rhythm by ECG Finding
ECTOPIC VENTRICULAR RHYTHMC71042Ectopic ventricular rhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of three or more consecutive complexes of ventricular origin. The QRS complexes are wide and have an abnormal morphology.Ectopic Ventricular Rhythm by ECG Finding
ELECTRICAL ALTERNANSC71035Electrical alternansAn electrocardiographic finding in which there is an alternating pattern of any of the waveform components. (NCI)Electrical Alternans by ECG Finding
EXTENSIVE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC106520An electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 to V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction involving the anterior and anterolateral walls of the left ventricle.Extensive Anterior Wall Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
FUSION COMPLEXC102639Fusion Beat;Fusion ComplexesAn electrocardiographic finding that occurs when electrical activation of the atria or ventricles occurs from two separate sites. This results in a P wave or QRS complex that displays merged characteristics of beats originating from the two different sites; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Fusion Complex
HIGH LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102643High Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the high lateral wall of the left ventricle.High Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
IDIOVENTRICULAR RHYTHMC50599Idioventricular RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of three or more consecutive complexes of ventricular origin with a rate less than a certain threshold (100 or 120 beats per minute are commonly used). The QRS complexes are wide and have an abnormal morphology.Idioventricular Rhythm
INCOMPLETE ECGC114167An electrocardiographic recording which is limited in duration or which does not display all of the expected leads.Incomplete ECG
INCOMPLETE LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCKC71047Incomplete left bundle branch blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a wide QRS complex with evidence of delayed conduction to the left ventricle, manifest as a widened initial portion of the QRS complex in leads V5, V6, I and aVL and with QRS duration less than 120 ms.Incomplete Left Bundle Branch Block by ECG Finding
INCOMPLETE MEASUREMENTS DUE TO TRUNCATION OF QRS COMPLEXESC114179An electrocardiographic recording in which measurements (particularly of QRS amplitudes) and/or interpretations are not performed because QRS complexes have been truncated.Incomplete ECG Measurements Due to Truncation of QRS Complexes
INCOMPLETE RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCKC71048Incomplete right bundle branch block;Incomplete right bundle-branch blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a wide QRS complex with evidence of delayed conduction to the right ventricle, manifest by a widened initial portion of the QRS in V1 and V2, a widened S wave in V5, V6, I and aVL, and with QRS duration less than 120 ms.Incomplete Right Bundle Branch Block by ECG Finding
INCOMPLETELY DIGITIZED ECG LEAD(S)C114169A digital electrocardiographic recording which was digitized from paper ECG tracings and which does not contain all leads present on the original paper printout.Incompletely Digitized ECG Leads
INCORRECTLY SCALED ECGC114168An electrocardiographic recording in which the ECG signal is not displayed at the indicated recording speed and/or amplitude resolution.Incorrectly Scaled ECG
INDETERMINATE QRS AXISC102701Indeterminate Axis;Indeterminate QRS Axis;QRS Axis IndeterminateAn electrocardiographic finding in which the frontal plane QRS axis cannot be calculated.QRS Axis Indeterminate
INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35398Inferior MI;Inferior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads III, aVF and often II, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the inferior wall of the left ventricle.Inferior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
INSUFFICENT NUMBER OF BEATS TO COMPLETELY EVALUATE ECGC114177An electrocardiographic recording in which fewer than the required number of cardiac complexes are available for measurement and/or interpretation due to a shorter than planned recording or due to cardiac complexes which are present but are not suitable for measurement and/or interpretation.Insufficient Number of Beats for Complete ECG Evaluation
INTRAATRIAL CONDUCTION DELAYC71073Intraatrial Conduction DelayAn electrocardiographic finding of a delay in impulse propagation through the atria. This is characterized by broad P waves which are often biphasic in V1.Intra-Atrial Conduction Delay by ECG Finding
INTRAVENTRICULAR CONDUCTION DELAY, NONSPECIFICC62271Intraventricular Conduction Defect;Intraventricular conduction delayAn electrocardiographic finding of a widened QRS duration typically greater than 110 ms which does not meet the morphologic criteria for any of the standard bundle branch or fascicular block patterns.Nonspecific Intraventricular Conduction Delay by ECG Finding
INVALID ECG WAVEFORMSC114171An electrocardiographic recording for which the displayed leads do not represent the individual's true ECG lead information.Invalid ECG Waveforms
ISORHYTHMIC DISSOCIATIONC62248Isorhythmic dissociationAn electrocardiographic finding of a type of atrioventricular dissociation characterized by the atria (P waves) and ventricles (QRS complexes) beating at similar rates, although independently.Isorhythmic Atrioventricular Dissociation
J POINT ELEVATIONC71030J point elevationAn electrocardiographic finding of a significant elevation above the baseline of the J point.J Point Elevation
JUNCTIONAL BRADYCARDIAC71074Junctional bradycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a junctional rhythm with a heart rate which is abnormally low.Junctional Bradycardia by ECG Finding
JUNCTIONAL ESCAPE COMPLEXESC116129Junctional Escape Beat;Junctional Escape ComplexAn electrocardiographic finding of an escape beat following a pause which originates in the AV junction. This is manifest as a QRS complex of supraventricular origin not preceded by a P wave; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Junctional Escape Complexes by ECG Finding
JUNCTIONAL ESCAPE RHYTHMC135393An electrocardiographic finding of a junctional rhythm that arises as a physiologic response to extreme slowing or arrest of sinus node activity. In this setting, a faster junctional rhythm may be a normal response to a very slow or absent sinus rate.Junctional Escape Rhythm by ECG Finding
JUNCTIONAL PREMATURE COMPLEXC102652Junctional Extra Beat;Junctional Premature ComplexesAn electrocardiographic finding of an ectopic impulse originating in the AV junction presenting as a QRS complex of supraventricular origin which is not preceded by a P wave; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Junctional Premature Complex by ECG Finding
JUNCTIONAL RHYTHMC71051Junctional rhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of a rhythm which originates in the AV junction and results in a normal heart rate. It is characterized by retrograde P waves which may be obscured by or may follow the QRS complexes. The QRS complexes may be narrow or may demonstrate aberration.Junctional Rhythm by ECG Finding
JUNCTIONAL TACHYCARDIAC35059Junctional tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a junctional rhythm with a heart rate which is abnormally elevated.Junctional Tachycardia by ECG Finding
LATE R WAVE TRANSITIONC102653Late R Wave TransitionAn electrocardiographic finding where the amplitude of the R wave does not become greater than the amplitude of the S wave until an unusually late point in the precordial leads, usually in leads V4 to V6.Late R Wave Transition by ECG Finding
LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35586Lateral MI;Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V5, V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the lateral wall of the left ventricle.Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
LEFT ANTERIOR FASCICULAR BLOCKC62267Left Anterior Hemiblock;Left anterior fascicular blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a slightly widened QRS duration (typically less than 120 ms) with leftward frontal plane QRS axis and typically small Q waves in leads I and aVL.Left Anterior Fascicular Block by ECG Finding
LEFT ATRIAL ABNORMALITYC71040Left Atrial Enlargement;P-mitraleAn electrocardiographic finding suggesting underlying hypertrophy or dilatation of the left atrium. Electrocardiographic criteria used for the diagnosis of left atrial abnormality may include a bifid p wave, a biphasic p wave and/or a p wave duration of greater than 0.12 seconds. (NCI)P-mitrale by ECG Finding
LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCKC62269Complete LBBB;Left bundle branch block;Left bundle-branch blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a wide QRS complex with evidence of delayed conduction to the left ventricle, manifest as a widened initial portion of the QRS complex in leads V5, V6, I and aVL and with QRS duration greater than or equal to 120 ms.Left Bundle Branch Block by ECG Finding
LEFT POSTERIOR FASCICULAR BLOCKC62268Left Posterior Hemiblock;Left posterior fascicular blockAn electrocardiographic finding of an S1Q3 pattern and QRS axis greater than or equal to 120 degrees. It is usually seen in association with other abnormalities (e.g. RBBB or RVH).Left Posterior Fascicular Block by ECG Finding
LEFT VENTRICULAR CONDUCTION DELAYC92231Left Ventricular Conduction DelayAn electrocardiographic finding in which there is evidence that electrical transmission through the left ventricle is impaired.Left Ventricular Conduction Delay by ECG Finding
LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHYC71076Left Ventricular HypertrophyAn electrocardiographic finding suggestive of a hypertrophied left ventricle, characterized by large QRS amplitudes and secondary findings of left atrial enlargement, left axis deviation, or typical pattern of ST depression and T wave inversion.Left Ventricular Hypertrophy by ECG Finding
LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY WITH STRAINC102655Left Ventricular Hypertrophy With StrainAn electrocardiographic finding suggestive of a hypertrophied left ventricle, characterized by large QRS amplitudes, ST depression and T wave inversion.Left Ventricular Hypertrophy with Strain by ECG Finding
LIMB ELECTRODE(S) DISCONNECTEDC114151An electrocardiographic recording in which one or more of the limb electrodes are disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (often flat lines) of the respective leads.Disconnected Limb Electrodes by ECG Finding
LIMB ELECTRODES INTERCHANGEDC114150Limb Lead ReversalAn electrocardiographic recording in which two or more of the limb electrodes are switched resulting in improper representation of the affected leads.Interchanged Limb Electrodes by ECG Finding
LOW AMPLITUDE SIGNALC114166Low Amplitude QRS ComplexAn electrocardiographic recording showing smaller than usual QRS complexes in one or more leads. This may represent a technical issue with the ECG acquisition or characteristics of the individual.Low Amplitude QRS Complex by ECG Finding
LOW QRS VOLTAGEC71078Low QRS voltageAn electrocardiographic finding of a QRS amplitude less than or equal to 0.5 mV in the limb leads or QRS amplitude less than or equal to 1 mV in the precordial leads.Low QRS Voltage by ECG Finding
LOW VOLTAGE - LIMB LEADS ONLYC116133An electrocardiographic finding of small QRS amplitudes (less than 500 microvolts) in all limb leads.Low Voltage in Limb Leads Only by ECG Finding
MULTIFOCAL ATRIAL TACHYCARDIAC71050Multifocal atrial tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a supraventricular arrhythmia characterized by 3 or more distinct P wave morphologies with an isoelectric baseline, variable PR intervals and no predominant atrial rhythm. The ventricular rate is typically 100-150 beats per minute.Multifocal Atrial Tachycardia by ECG Finding
MUSCLE TREMORC114148An electrocardiographic recording with intermittent mid to high frequency artifact in one or more leads due to muscular tremor or movement rather than cardiac activity.Muscle Tremor Artifact
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC101589Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of one or more regions of the heart. No specification is provided for localization.Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102732New Anterior MI;New Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 and V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterior wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW ANTEROLATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102733New Anterolateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 through V6, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterolateral wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Anterolateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW ANTEROSEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102734New Anteroseptal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 through V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anteroseptal wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Anteroseptal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW EXTENSIVE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102735New Extensive Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 to V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction involving the anterior and anterolateral walls of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Extensive Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW HIGH LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102736New High Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the high lateral wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New High Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102737New Inferior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads III, aVF and often II, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the inferior wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Inferior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102738New Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V5, V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the lateral wall of the left ventricle and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102731New Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of one or more regions of the heart and which is new compared to prior ECGs. No specification is provided for localization.New Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW POSTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC106548An electrocardiographic finding in leads V1 or V2 of an initial R wave duration greater than or equal to 40 ms, R wave greater than S wave, and upright T wave, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the posterior wall of the left ventricle, and which is new compared to prior ECGs. Evidence of inferior or lateral myocardial infarction is usually also present.New Posterior Wall Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NEW SEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102739New Septal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1, V2 and often V3, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the intraventricular septum and which is new compared to prior ECGs.New Septal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NO ECG WAVEFORMS PRESENTC114163An electrocardiographic recording that displays flat lines (no waveforms are visible) in all leads present.ECG Waveforms Not Present
NON Q WAVE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC71080Non Q Wave Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of ST and T wave abnormalities in the absence of pathologic Q waves, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction in one or more regions of the heart.Non Q Wave Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
NON-DIAGNOSTIC Q WAVESC116134An electrocardiographic finding of Q waves which are insufficient for the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. In such cases a myocardial infarction may be suspected, even though ECG criteria are not met.Non-Diagnostic Q Waves by ECG Finding
NON-SPECIFIC ST-T CHANGESC71031Non-specific ST-T changesAn electrocardiographic finding of changes in the ST segment and T wave that do not meet criteria for ischemia or infarction. (NCI)Non-Specific ST-T Changes by ECG Finding
NON-SUSTAINED ATRIAL TACHYCARDIAC102680Non-Sustained Atrial TachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of an atrial tachycardia which terminates in less than 30 seconds.Non-Sustained Atrial Tachycardia by ECG Finding
NON-SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC71053Non-sustained ventricular tachycardia;Ventricular tachycardia, unsustainedAn electrocardiographic finding of ventricular tachycardia less than 30 seconds in duration. (NCI)Non-Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
NONCONDUCTED P WAVE PHYSIOLOGY NOT DEFINEDC135394An electrocardiographic finding of a P wave that does not conduct to the ventricle or result in ventricular activation.Nonconducted P Wave Physiology Not Defined by ECG Finding
NORMAL SINUS RHYTHMC102681Normal Sinus RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of an atrial rhythm which originates from the sinoatrial node that is considered normal for the population. There are no extra beats or conduction abnormalities.Normal Sinus Rhythm
NORTHWEST AXISC102634Northwest Axis;Right superior axisAn electrocardiographic finding of a frontal plane QRS axis from -90 to +180 degrees.Extreme Right Axis Deviation
NOTCHED T WAVESC71032Notched T WavesAn electrocardiographic finding of an irregular, u or v shaped deflection within the contour of the T wave.T Wave Notched by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102684Old Or Age Indeterminate Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 and V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterior wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE ANTEROLATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102685Old Or Age Indeterminate Anterolateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V3 through V6, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anterolateral wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Anterolateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE ANTEROSEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102686Old Or Age Indeterminate Anteroseptal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 through V4, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the anteroseptal wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Anteroseptal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE EXTENSIVE ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102687Old Or Age Indeterminate Extensive Anterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1 to V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction involving the anterior and anterolateral walls of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Extensive Anterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE HIGH LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102688Old Or Age Indeterminate High Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the high lateral wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate High Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102689Old Or Age Indeterminate Inferior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads III, aVF and often II, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the inferior wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Inferior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE LATERAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102690Old Or Age Indeterminate Lateral Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V5, V6, I and aVL, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the lateral wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Lateral Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE POSTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102691Old Or Age Indeterminate Posterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding in leads V1 or V2 of an initial R wave duration greater than or equal to 40 ms, R wave greater than S wave, and upright T wave, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the posterior wall of the left ventricle, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction. Evidence of inferior or lateral myocardial infarction is usually also present.Old or Age Indeterminate Posterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE SEPTAL WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102693Old Or Age Indeterminate Septal Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves in leads V1, V2 and often V3, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the intraventricular septum, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction.Old or Age Indeterminate Septal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE INDETERMINATE WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC101597Old Or Age Indeterminate Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding of pathologic Q waves, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of one or more regions of the heart, without evidence of current or ongoing acute infarction. No specification is provided for localization.Old Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OLD OR AGE UNDETERMINED RIGHT VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC102692An electrocardiographic finding, in the presence of an old or age indeterminate inferior wall myocardial infarction, of Q waves greater than or equal to 40 ms in duration in the right ventricular leads V4R through V6R.Old or Age Indeterminate Right Ventricular Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
OTHER INCORRECT ELECTRODE PLACEMENTC114176An electrocardiographic recording in which one or more electrodes are incorrectly placed but further details are not provided.Other Incorrect Electrode Placement
P WAVE ABNORMALITYC90430P Wave AbnormalityAn electrocardiographic finding for the P wave that is atypical either for the shape, duration, amplitude, axis or polarity. Abnormality of the P wave signifies aberrant propagation of the electrical impulse through the atria. (NCI)P Wave Abnormality by ECG Finding
P WAVE NOTCHEDC90431P Wave NotchedAn electrocardiographic finding of P waves with two peaks longer in duration than normal and amplitude greater than normal.P Wave Notched by ECG Finding
PACED ATRIAL AND VENTRICULAR RHYTHMC92232AV dual-paced complex(es) or rhythm;Paced Atrial And Ventricular RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding in which both the atrial and ventricular rhythm are controlled by an electrical impulse from an artificial cardiac pacemaker.Paced Atrial And Ventricular Rhythm
PACED ATRIAL RHYTHMC92233Atrial-paced complex(es) or rhythm;Paced Atrial RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding in which the atrial rhythm is controlled by an electrical impulse from an artificial cardiac pacemaker.Paced Atrial Rhythm
PACED RHYTHMC88140Atrial and/or Ventricular Paced Rhythm;Paced RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding in which the cardiac rhythm is controlled by an electrical impulse from an artificial cardiac pacemaker.Paced Rhythm
PACED VENTRICULAR RHYTHMC92234Paced Ventricular Rhythm;Ventricular-paced complex(es) or rhythmAn electrocardiographic finding in which the ventricular rhythm is controlled by an electrical impulse from an artificial cardiac pacemaker.Paced Ventricular Rhythm
PAROXYSMAL AV BLOCKC62250Paroxysmal AV blockAn electrocardiographic finding of the sudden onset of transient AV block, which is often associated with preexisting conduction disorders.Paroxysmal Atrioventricular Block by ECG Finding
PAROXYSMAL VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC34902Paroxysmal Ventricular TachycardiaAn episodic form of ventricular tachycardia, with abrupt onset and termination. (NCI)Paroxysmal Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
PAUSEC119250An electrocardiographic finding of an RR interval which exceeds a predefined duration threshold, regardless of the underlying rhythm.Pause by ECG Finding
PAUSE GREATER THAN 3.0 SECONDSC119251An electrocardiographic finding of an RR interval with duration greater than 3.0 seconds, regardless of the underlying rhythm.Pause Greater Than Three Seconds by ECG Finding
POOR QUALITY ECGC114172An electrocardiographic recording that does not show proper quality for reasons that are not otherwise described.Poor Quality ECG
POOR R WAVE PROGRESSIONC71033Poor R Wave ProgressionAn electrocardiographic finding of a lack of progression of R wave height across precordial leads.Poor R Wave Progression by ECG Finding
POSTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35399Posterior MI;Posterior Wall Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic finding in leads V1 or V2 of an initial R wave duration greater than or equal to 40 ms, R wave greater than S wave, and upright T wave, which is suggestive of myocardial infarction of the posterior wall of the left ventricle. Evidence of inferior or lateral myocardial infarction is usually also present.Posterior Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
PR SEGMENT DEPRESSIONC116135PR DepressionAn electrocardiographic finding of PR segment depression below the iso-electric line in multiple precordial and/or limb leads.PR Segment Depression by ECG Finding
PRE-EXCITATIONC34940Pre-excitation;Ventricular preexcitationAn electrocardiographic finding characterized by a premature activation of the whole or some part of the ventricle. The PR interval is usually shortened and delta waves are frequently present.Pre-Excitation Syndrome
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V1 DISCONNECTEDC114153An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V1 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V1.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V1 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V2 DISCONNECTEDC114154An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V2 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V2.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V2 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V3 DISCONNECTEDC114155An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V3 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V3.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V3 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V4 DISCONNECTEDC114156An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V4 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V4.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V4 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V5 DISCONNECTEDC114157An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V5 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V5.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V5 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE V6 DISCONNECTEDC114158An electrocardiographic recording in which the electrode for lead V6 is disconnected resulting in missing waveforms (flat line) for lead V6.Disconnected Precordial Electrode V6 by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODE(S) POSITIONED INCORRECTLYC114160An electrocardiographic recording in which one or more precordial electrodes are placed incorrectly with respect to the standard chest electrode positions resulting in improper representation of the affected leads.Incorrectly Positioned Precordial Electrodes by ECG Finding
PRECORDIAL ELECTRODES INTERCHANGEDC114152Precordial Lead ReversalAn electrocardiographic recording in which two or more of the precordial electrodes are switched resulting in improper representation of the affected leads.Interchanged Precordial Electrodes by ECG Finding
PREMATURE ATRIAL COMPLEXESC62257APC;Atrial premature complex(es);PAC;Premature atrial complex;SVE;Supraventricular Extra Beat;Supraventricular Premature BeatAn electrocardiographic finding of an ectopic impulse originating in the atria and not specifically in the sinus node. The P wave morphology of these complexes is often different from a sinus P wave and the RR intervals preceding these complexes is also shorter than those of the regular beats; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Atrial Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE ATRIAL COMPLEXES BLOCKEDC102603Atrial premature complexes, nonconducted;Non-conducted SVE;Premature Atrial Complex Blocked;Premature Atrial Complexes Non-conductedAn electrocardiographic finding of a premature atrial complexes that are is not conducted to the ventricles, and that are is not followed by a QRS complex; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Blocked Atrial Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE ATRIAL COMPLEXES MULTIFOCALC102672Multifocal SVE;Multifocal Supraventricular Extra Beats;Premature Atrial Complexes MultiformAn electrocardiographic finding of premature atrial complexes which have 2 or more distinct morphologies, suggesting origin at more than one atrial site.Multifocal Atrial Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE ATRIAL COMPLEXES UNIFOCALC102724Premature Atrial Complexes UnifocalAn electrocardiographic finding of premature atrial complexes which have a single distinct morphology, suggesting origin at one atrial site.Unifocal Atrial Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE VENTRICULAR COMPLEXC62256PVC;Premature Ventricular Complexes;VE;VES;VPC;Ventricular Extra Beat;Ventricular Premature ComplexesAn electrocardiographic finding of an ectopic impulse originating in the ventricles. The QRS morphology of these complexes is different from those of supraventricular origin. The QRS duration is often longer and the RR interval preceding the complexes is usually shorter than that of supraventricular beats; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Ventricular Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE VENTRICULAR COMPLEX INTERPOLATEDC107100Interpolated VE;Interpolated VES;Interpolated VPC;Interpolated Ventricular Extra Beat;Premature Ventricular Complexes InterpolatedAn electrocardiographic finding of a premature ventricular complex which occurs between two normal QRS complexes which have normal timing; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Interpolated Premature Ventricular Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE VENTRICULAR COMPLEXES MULTIFOCALC102673Multifocal VES;Multifocal VPCS;Multifocal Ventricular Extra Beats;Premature Ventricular Complexes MultifocalAn electrocardiographic finding of premature ventricular complexes which have two or more distinct morphologies, suggesting origin at more than one ventricular site.Multifocal Ventricular Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PREMATURE VENTRICULAR COMPLEXES UNIFOCALC102725Premature Ventricular Complexes Unifocal;Unifocal VES;Unifocal VPCS;Unifocal Ventricular Extra BeatsAn electrocardiographic finding of premature ventricular complexes which have a single distinct morphology, suggesting origin at one ventricular site.Unifocal Ventricular Premature Complex by ECG Finding
PROLONGED QTC71034Prolonged QT;Prolonged QT intervalAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval not corrected for heart rate is prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Prolonged QT Interval by ECG Finding
PROLONGED ST SEGMENTC116137An electrocardiographic finding of a prolonged ST segment, resulting in a long QT interval, without lengthening of the T wave duration.Prolonged ST Segment by ECG Finding
Q AXIS, LEFT AXIS DEVIATIONC71094Left-axis deviation;Q Axis, Left axis deviation;QRS axis, left axis deviationAn electrocardiographic finding of a frontal plane QRS axis from -30 to -90 degrees.Q Axis Left Axis Deviation
Q AXIS, RIGHT AXIS DEVIATIONC71095Q Axis, Right axis deviation;QRS axis, right axis deviation;Right-axis deviationAn electrocardiographic finding of a frontal plane QRS axis from +90 to +180 degrees.Q Axis Right Axis Deviation
QRS COMPLEX ABNORMALITYC90440QRS Complex AbnormalityAn electrocardiographic finding of a non-specific abnormality of the QRS complex, which is atypical in shape, duration, amplitude, axis or polarity.QRS Complex Abnormality by ECG Finding
QTC PROLONGATIONC83817QTc ProlongationAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QTc interval corrected for heart rate is prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Corrected Prolonged QT Interval by ECG Finding
QTCB PROLONGATIONC107098PROLONGED QTcBAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula is prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.QTcB Prolongation
QTCF PROLONGATIONC107099PROLONGED QTcFAn electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula is prolonged. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.QTcF Prolongation
QUALITY PROBLEM NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIEDC114161Unknown Quality ProblemAn electrocardiographic artifact or recording error with unknown origin or which is not described otherwise.Quality Problem Not Otherwise Specified by ECG Finding
R ON T PHENOMENONC61395R on T phenomenonAn electrocardiographic finding in which the R wave of a premature ventricular complex occurs on top of the T wave of the preceding beat.R On T Phenomenon by ECG Finding
R WAVE NOTCHEDC90444R Wave NotchedAn electrocardiographic finding of an R wave variant in which there is a small deflection of the R wave, with changing polarity, within the QRS complex. (NCI)R Wave Notched by ECG Finding
REPOLARIZATION ABNORMALITYC102574Repolarization AbnormalityAn electrocardiographic finding of an abnormality of T wave duration or morphology or of early repolarization.Ventricular Repolarization Abnormality
REPOLARIZATION ABNORMALITY SECONDARY TO VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHYC102706Repolarization Abnormality Secondary To Ventricular Hypertrophy;ST-T change due to ventricular hypertrophyAn electrocardiographic finding of ST depression and T wave inversion in the presence of increased QRS amplitude which are thought to be due to left ventricular hypertrophy.Repolarization Abnormality Secondary To Ventricular Hypertrophy
RIGHT ATRIAL ABNORMALITYC71041P-pulmonale;Right Atrial EnlargementAn electrocardiographic finding suggesting underlying hypertrophy or dilatation of the right atrium. Electrocardiographic criteria used for the diagnosis of right atrial abnormality may include a peaked p wave greater than 2.5 millimeters in amplitude in the inferior leads. (NCI)P-pulmonale by ECG Finding
RIGHT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCKC62270Complete RBBB;Right bundle branch block;Right bundle-branch blockAn electrocardiographic finding of a wide QRS complex with evidence of delayed conduction to the right ventricle, manifest by a widened initial portion of the QRS in V1 and V2, a widened S wave in V5, V6, I and aVL, and with QRS duration greater than or equal to 120 ms. An RsR' complex is typically present in leads V1 and V2.Right Bundle Branch Block by ECG Finding
RIGHT VENTRICULAR CONDUCTION DELAYC92235Right Ventricular Conduction Delay;Right Ventricular DelayAn electrocardiographic finding in which there is evidence that electrical transmission through the right ventricle is impaired with a maximal QRS duration of 110 ms and which does not meet the criteria for Incomplete Right Bundle Branch Block.Right Ventricular Conduction Delay by ECG Finding
RIGHT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHYC71077Right ventricular HypertrophyAn electrocardiographic finding suggestive of a hypertrophied right ventricle, characterized by large R wave amplitudes in the right precordial leads and secondary findings of right atrial enlargement, right axis deviation, and typical pattern of ST depression and T wave inversion in the right precordial leads.Right Ventricular Hypertrophy by ECG Finding
RSR PRIMEC92227RSR'An electrocardiographic finding in which there are two R waves, which are two deflections above the baseline resulting from a single ventricular depolarization. The first upward deflection in the complex is the R wave. The S is the first downward deflection. A second upward deflection is called the R-prime wave.RSR' by ECG Finding
SEPTAL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONC35519Septal myocardial infarctionAn electrocardiographic finding suggesting an infarction in the anatomic location of the cardiac septum. (NCI)Septal Myocardial Infarction by ECG Finding
SHORT PR INTERVALC62246Short PR intervalAn electrocardiographic finding of an abnormally short PR interval. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Short PR Interval by ECG Finding
SHORT QTC INTERVALC102709Short QTc IntervalAn electrocardiographic finding of a QT interval corrected for heart rate that is shorter than the lower limit of normal. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Short QTc Interval
SHORT QTCBC112402An electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula is shortened. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.QTcB Shortened
SHORT QTCFC112403An electrocardiographic finding in which the QT interval corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula is shortened. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.QTcF Shortened
SHORT ST SEGMENTC116136An electrocardiographic finding of a short or absent ST segment, resulting in a short QT interval, without changes in T wave morphology.Short ST Segment by ECG Finding
SINOATRIAL EXIT BLOCKC50553SA Block;Sinoatrial Block;Sinoatrial exit blockAn electrocardiographic finding in which impaired conduction or automaticity within the sinus node results in the failure of impulse transmission from the sinoatrial node. This is manifest as dropped P waves during sinus rhythm.Exit Block by ECG Finding
SINUS ARREST/PAUSEC62242Sinus arrest/pause;Sinus pause or arrestAn electrocardiographic finding in which a failure of impulse formation or conduction in the sinus node produces prolongation of the P-P interval or dropped P waves. The threshold for the prolongation of the P-P interval is not well defined.Sinus Arrest by ECG Finding
SINUS ARRHYTHMIAC62239Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia;Sinus arrhythmiaAn electrocardiographic finding in which the sinus rate fluctuates with the respiratory cycle.Sinus Arrhythmia by ECG Finding
SINUS BRADYCARDIAC111097Sinus bradycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of abnormally slow heart rate with its origin in the sinus node. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Sinus Bradycardia by ECG Finding
SINUS RHYTHMC100076Sinus RhythmAn electrocardiographic finding of an atrial rhythm which originates from the sinoatrial node that is considered normal for the population.Sinus Rhythm
SINUS TACHYCARDIAC111104Sinus tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of abnormally rapid heart rate with its origin in the sinus node. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Sinus Tachycardia by ECG Finding
ST DEPRESSIONC41330ST depressionAn electrocardiographic finding of ST segment depression below the baseline, often described as up sloping, down sloping or horizontal. (NCI)ST Segment Depression by ECG Finding
ST ELEVATIONC50540ST elevationAn electrocardiographic finding of ST segment elevation above the baseline. (NCI)ST Segment Elevation by ECG Finding
ST ELEVATION PERICARDITISC71029ST elevation pericarditisAn electrocardiographic finding of ST elevation which is concave upwards, and which is often accompanied by PR segment depression.ST Elevation Pericarditis by ECG Finding
SUPRAVENTRICULAR COUPLETC119252An electrocardiographic finding in which two premature atrial complexes occur sequentially.Supraventricular Couplet by ECG Finding
SUPRAVENTRICULAR ESCAPE BEATC135395Supraventricular Escape Complex;Supraventricular Escape ComplexesAn electrocardiographic finding of a compensatory supraventricular complex that occurs following a prolonged RR interval.Supraventricular Escape Beat by ECG Finding
SUPRAVENTRICULAR PREMATURE COMPLEX, ORIGIN UNKNOWNC142246Supraventricular Premature Complexes, Origin UnknownAn electrocardiographic finding of an ectopic impulse originating from the atria or AV junction for which the site of origin cannot be determined from the surface electrocardiographic recording; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Supraventricular Premature Complex With Unknown Origin by ECG Finding
SUPRAVENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC111100Supraventricular tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of a tachycardia which does not originate in the ventricles or His Purkinje system. There is an abnormally high heart rate and QRS complexes are typically narrow, but aberration or preexcitation may be present.Supraventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
SUSPECT LIMB ELECTRODES REVERSED, INTERPRETATION ASSUMES NO REVERSALC114173An electrocardiographic recording in which an interchange of one or more limb lead electrodes is suspected, but for which an interpretation is performed as though the lead placement is correct.Suspicion of Limb Electrodes Reversal But Interpretation Assumes No Reversal by ECG Finding
SUSPECT LIMB ELECTRODES REVERSED, INTERPRETATION ASSUMES REVERSALC114174An electrocardiographic recording in which an interchange of one or more limb lead electrodes is suspected, and for which an interpretation is performed as though the leads have in fact been interchanged.Suspicion of Limb Electrodes Reversal But Interpretation Assumes Reversal by ECG Finding
SUSTAINED VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC71052Sustained ventricular tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of ventricular tachycardia greater than 30 seconds in duration. (NCI)Sustained Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
T WAVE ALTERNANSC102718T Wave AlternansAn electrocardiographic finding in which there are variations in the shape, amplitude, or direction of the T wave from one beat to the next.T Wave Alternans by ECG Finding
T WAVE INVERSIONC71085T Wave InversionAn electrocardiographic finding of an inversion of the T wave from the expected axis. (NCI)T Wave Inversion by ECG Finding
T WAVE PEAKEDC71086T wave peakedAn electrocardiographic finding in which the T wave appears increased in amplitude and cresting at a point. (NCI)T Wave Peaked by ECG Finding
T WAVES BIPHASICC71087T waves biphasicAn electrocardiographic finding of a T wave with both positive and negative components.T Waves Biphasic by ECG Finding
T WAVES FLATC71088T waves flatAn electrocardiographic finding in which the T wave appears decreased in amplitude. (NCI)T Waves Flat by ECG Finding
TACHYCARDIAC111121TachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of abnormally rapid heart rate. Thresholds for different age, gender, and patient populations exist.Tachycardia by ECG Finding
TORSADES DE POINTESC50779Torsades de pointes;Ventricular tachycardia, torsades de pointesAn electrocardiographic finding of an atypical rapid polymorphic ventricular tachycardia with a characteristic rotation of the QRS complex around the isoelectric baseline, occurring in the setting of a prolonged QT interval. In addition, the QRS complex displays a periodic waxing and waning of amplitude on the electrogram.Torsades De Pointes by ECG Finding
U WAVE ABNORMALITYC106579Abnormal U WaveAn electrocardiographic finding of U waves which have increased amplitude, are inverted, or merged with the preceding T wave.U Wave Abnormality by ECG Finding
UNABLE TO DIGITIZE ECG LEADSC114170A statement indicating the inability to digitize a paper ECG.Inability to Digitize ECG Leads
UNDETERMINED RHYTHMC116131An electrocardiographic finding of a cardiac rhythm whose mechanism cannot be determined from the ECG.Undetermined Rhythm by ECG Finding
UNDETERMINED SUPRAVENTRICULAR RHYTHMC120607An electrocardiographic finding of a rhythm which does not originate in the ventricles or His Purkinje system, but whose specific electrophysiologic mechanism cannot be determined from the ECG. The QRS complexes are typically narrow, but aberration or preexcitation may be present.Undetermined Supraventricular Rhythm by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR BIGEMINYC71054BigeminyAn electrocardiographic finding of a normal QRS complex followed by a premature ventricular complex for 3 or more consecutive cycles; a regularly irregular rhythm of normal and abnormal QRS complexes in a 1-1 ratio.Ventricular Bigeminy by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR COUPLETC62259Ventricular Couplets;Ventricular PairAn electrocardiographic finding in which two premature ventricular complexes occur sequentially; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Ventricular Couplet by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR ESCAPE BEATC90483Ventricular Escape Beats;Ventricular Escape Complex;Ventricular Escape ComplexesAn electrocardiographic finding of a compensatory ventricular complex that occurs following a prolonged RR interval; there may be one or more occurrences during an electrocardiographic recording.Ventricular Escape Beat by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATIONC111102Ventricular fibrillationAn electrocardiographic finding of a rapid grossly irregular ventricular rhythm with marked variability in QRS cycle length, morphology, and amplitude. The rate is typically greater than 300 bpm.Ventricular Fibrillation by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR FLUTTERC111115Ventricular flutterA ventricular tachyarrhythmia characterized by a high ventricular rate (180 to 250 beats per minute) with a regular rhythm. The electrocardiogram shows large oscillating sine wave-like complexes occurring as a result of QRS complexes and T waves being merged. The P wave is not visible. (NCI)Ventricular Flutter by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR PARASYSTOLEC102728Parasystole;Ventricular ParasystoleAn electrocardiographic finding of normal sinus rhythm coexisting with a regular ectopic ventricular rhythm.Ventricular Parasystole by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIAC111103Ventricular tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of three or more consecutive complexes of ventricular organ with a rate greater than a certain threshold (100 or 120 beats per minute are commonly used). The QRS complexes are wide and have an abnormal morphology.Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA, MONOMORPHICC62234Ventricular tachycardia, monomorphicAn electrocardiographic finding of a ventricular tachycardia in which the QRS complexes have a uniform morphology.Monomorphic Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA, POLYMORPHICC62236Ventricular tachycardia, polymorphic;Ventricular tachycardia, polymorphousAn electrocardiographic finding of a ventricular tachycardia in which the QRS complexes have a variable morphology and often rate.Polymorphic Ventricular Tachycardia by ECG Finding
VENTRICULAR TRIGEMINYC71055TrigeminyAn electrocardiographic finding of two normal QRS complexes followed by a premature ventricular complex for 3 or more consecutive cycles; a regularly irregular rhythm of normal and abnormal QRS complexes in a 2-1 ratio.Ventricular Trigeminy by ECG Finding
VOLTAGE CRITERIA SUGGESTING LEFT VENTRICULAR HYPERTROPHY, WITHOUT SECONDARY ECG FINDINGSC130067An electrocardiographic finding of large QRS amplitudes which may indicate left ventricular hypertrophy, but in the absence of any of the secondary findings which are typical of this diagnosis (left atrial enlargement, left axis deviation, or typical pattern of ST depression and T wave inversion).Voltage Criteria Suggesting Left Ventricular Hypertrophy, Without Secondary ECG Findings
WANDERING ATRIAL PACEMAKERC62240Wandering atrial pacemakerAn electrocardiographic finding of a supraventricular arrhythmia characterized by 3 or more distinct P wave morphologies with an isoelectric baseline, variable PR intervals and no predominant atrial rhythm. The ventricular rate is typically below 100 beats per minute.Wandering Atrial Pacemaker by ECG Finding
WIDE QRS TACHYCARDIAC71090Wide QRS tachycardia;Wide-QRS tachycardiaAn electrocardiographic finding of three or more consecutive wide QRS complexes of uncertain origin with a rate greater than a certain threshold (100 or 120 beats per minute are commonly used).Wide QRS Tachycardia by ECG Finding
WOLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE SYNDROMEC35132WPW;Wolff-Parkinson-White syndromeAn electrocardiographic finding of ventricular pre-excitation. The syndrome is characterized by a short PR interval and a long QRS interval with a delta wave.Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome
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C71153ECG Test CodeTerminology codelist used with ECG Tests within CDISC.CDISC SDTM ECG Test Code Terminology
AMIEGCHGC116140Acute Myocardial Ischemia ECG ChangeAn electrocardiographic finding assessment of new or presumed new significant ST-segment-T wave (ST-T) changes or new left bundle branch block consistent with acute myocardial ischemia. (Thygesen K, Alpert JS, Jaffe AS, Simoons ML, et al.; Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction. Third universal definition of myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012 Oct 16;60(16):1581-98).Acute Myocardial Ischemia by ECG Assessment
AVCONDC111131Atrioventricular ConductionAn electrocardiographic assessment of cardiac atrioventricular conduction.Atrioventricular Conduction ECG Assessment
AXISVOLTC111132Axis and VoltageAn electrocardiographic assessment of mean cardiac electrical vector and the ECG voltage.Axis and Voltage ECG Assessment
CHYPTENLC111155Chamber Hypertrophy or EnlargementAn electrocardiographic assessment of chamber hypertrophy or enlargement.Chamber Hypertrophy or Enlargement ECG Assessment
EGARMAXC119253ECG Maximum Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Maximum Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGARMEDC119254ECG Median Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Median Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGARMINC119255ECG Minimum Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Minimum Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGARMNC119256ECG Mean Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Mean Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGCOMPC117761Comparison to a Prior ECGA comparative interpretation of an ECG relative to a previous (comparator) ECG. The definition of the comparator ECG may be specified elsewhere. Common comparator result values include improved, no change, deteriorated.Comparison to a Prior ECG
EGHRMAXC119257ECG Maximum Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the maximum ventricular rate.Maximum Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGHRMEDC123447ECG Median Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the median ventricular rate.ECG Median Heart Rate
EGHRMINC119258ECG Minimum Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the minimum ventricular rate.Minimum Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGHRMNC119259ECG Mean Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the mean ventricular rate.Mean Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGHRSIC120608Single RR Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of a heart rate derived from a single RR interval (interval between two consecutive QRS complexes).Single Beat RR Extrapolated Heart Rate by ECG Assessment
EGVRMAXC119260ECG Maximum Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Maximum Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGVRMEDC119261ECG Median Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Median Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGVRMINC119262ECG Minimum Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Minimum Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
EGVRMNC119263ECG Mean Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Mean Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
INTPC41255InterpretationAn act or process of elucidation; explication, or explanation of the meaning of the event or thing via the assignment of objects from the domain to the constants of a formal language, truth-values to the proposition symbols, truth-functions to the connectives, other functions to the function symbols, and extensions to the predicates, if any. The assignments are result of human logic application and are not native to the symbols of the formal language.Interpretation
IVTIACDC111238Intraventricular-Intraatrial ConductionAn electrocardiographic assessment of intraventricular and intra-atrial conduction.Intraventricular and Intraatrial Conduction ECG Assessment
JTAGC117762JT Interval, AggregateAn aggregate JT value based on the measurement of JT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JT Interval
JTCBAGC117763JTcB Interval, AggregateA JT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JTCB Interval
JTCBSBC117764JTcB Interval, Single BeatA JT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat JTCB Interval
JTCFAGC117765JTcF Interval, AggregateA JT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JTCF Interval
JTCFSBC117766JTcF Interval, Single BeatA JT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat JTCF Interval
JTMAXC62117Summary (Max) JT IntervalThe maximum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave (representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)Maximum JT Duration
JTMINC62116Summary (Min) JT IntervalThe minimum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave (representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)Minimum JT Duration
JTPAGC117767J-Tpeak Interval, AggregateAn aggregate J-Tpeak value based on the measurement of J-Tpeak intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate J-T Peak Interval
JTPSBC117768J-Tpeak Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the peak of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat J-T Peak Interval
JTSBC117769JT Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat JT Interval
MIC111280Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic assessment of findings suggestive of myocardial infarction.Myocardial Infarction ECG Assessment
NEWQWAVEC117770New Q WaveAn electrocardiographic finding assessment of new or presumed new pathologic Q waves suggestive of myocardial infarction. (Thygesen K, Alpert JS, Jaffe AS, Simoons ML, et al.; Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction. Third universal definition of myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012 Oct 16;60(16):1581-98).New Q Wave
P_AXISC118164P Wave AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the P wave from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.P Wave Axis
PACEMAKRC111285PacemakerAn electrocardiographic assessment of presence of artificial electronic pacing.Pacemaker ECG Assessment
PPAGC117771PP Interval, AggregateAn aggregate PP value based on the measurement of PP intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate PP Interval
PPSMC117772PP Interval, Single MeasurementAn electrocardiographic measurement of the interval between the onsets of two consecutive P waves.Single Measurement PP Interval
PRAGC117773PR Interval, AggregateAn aggregate PR value based on the measurement of PR intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate PR Interval
PRMAXC62131Summary (Max) PR DurationThe maximum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is measured from the beginning of the P wave to the beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)Maximum PR Duration
PRMINC62125Summary (Min) PR DurationThe minimum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is measured from the beginning of the P wave to the beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)Minimum PR Duration
PRSBC117774PR Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the P wave to the onset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat PR Interval
PWDURAGC117775P Wave Duration, AggregateAn aggregate P wave duration value based on the measurement of P wave duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate P Wave Duration
PWDURSBC117776P Wave Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the P wave to the offset of the P wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat P Wave Duration
PWHTAGC117777P Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate P wave amplitude value based on the measurement of P wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate P Wave Amplitude
PWHTSBC117778P Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the P wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the P wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.Single Beat P Wave Amplitude
QRS_AXISC118165QRS AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the QRS complex from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.QRS Axis
QRSAGC117779QRS Duration, AggregateAn aggregate QRS value based on the measurement of QRS intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QRS Duration
QRSSBC117780QRS Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the QRS complex to the offset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat QRS Duration
QRVDVPAGC117781QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, AggregateAn aggregate paced QRS duration value based on the measurement of paced QRS duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Paced Ventricular Aggregate QRS Duration
QRVDVPSBC117782QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the paced QRS complex to the offset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Paced Ventricular Single Beat QRS Duration
QTAGC117783QT Interval, AggregateAn aggregate QT value based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QT Interval
QTCAAGC124332QTca Interval, AggregateA QT Aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using individual probabilistic QT/RR slopes for each subject, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG or period of a continuous ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTca Interval
QTCASBC124333QTca Interval, Single BeatA QT interval that is corrected for heart rate using individual probabilistic QT/RR slopes for each subject, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTca Interval
QTCBAGC117784QTcB Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTCB Interval
QTCBSBC117785QTcB Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTCB Interval
QTCFAGC117786QTcF Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTCF Interval
QTCFSBC117787QTcF Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTCF Interval
QTCLAGC123448QTcL Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval corrected for heart rate using a linear correction formula.Aggregate QTcL Interval
QTCLSBC123449QTcL Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval corrected for heart rate using a linear correction formula.Single Beat QTcL Interval
QTCUNSC100391QTc Correction Method UnspecifiedA QT interval that is corrected for heart rate by unspecified correction method.Corrected QT Interval
QTCVAGC123450QTcV Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval corrected for heart rate using the Van der Water's correction formula.Aggregate QTcV Interval
QTCVSBC123451QTcV Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval corrected for heart rate using the Van der Water's correction formula.Single Beat QTcV Interval
QTMAXC62135Summary (Max) QT DurationThe maximum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)Maximum QT Duration
QTMINC62133Summary (Min) QT DurationThe minimum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)Minimum QT Duration
QTSBC117788QT Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the QRS complex to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat QT Interval
QWAAGC117789Q Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate Q wave amplitude value based on the measurement of Q wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate Q Wave Amplitude
QWASBC117790Q Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the Q wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the Q wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.Single Beat Q Wave Amplitude
RHYNOSC111307Rhythm Not Otherwise SpecifiedAn electrocardiographic assessment of cardiac rhythm not otherwise specified.Rhythm Not Otherwise Specified ECG Assessment
RRAGC117791RR Interval, AggregateAn aggregate RR value based on the measurement of RR intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate RR Interval
RRMAXC62094Summary (Max) RR DurationThe maximum duration (time) between successive peaks of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)Maximum RR Duration
RRMINC62093Summary (Min) RR DurationThe minimum duration (time) between successive peaks of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)Minimum RR Duration
RRSMC117792RR Interval, Single MeasurementAn electrocardiographic measurement of the interval between two consecutive R waves. If R waves are not present, this measurement may utilize the interval between the most easily identified components of the QRS complex within two consecutive beats.RR Interval Single Measurement
RSAAGC117793RS Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate RS wave amplitude value based on measurements from multiple beats from a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.RS Wave Amplitude Aggregate
RSASBC117794RS Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the sum of the amplitudes of the R and S waves, obtained from a single beat in one particular lead or set of leads.RS Wave Amplitude Single Beat
RWAAGC117795R Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate R wave amplitude value based on the measurement of R wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.R Wave Amplitude Aggregate
RWASBC117796R Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the R wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the R wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.R Wave Amplitude Single Beat
SNRARRYC111312Sinus Node Rhythms and ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of sinus node rhythms and arrhythmias.Sinus Node Rhythm and Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
SPRARRYC111320Supraventricular ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of supraventricular arrhythmias excluding tachycardias.Supraventricular Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
SPRTARRYC111321Supraventricular TachyarrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of supraventricular tachyarrhythmias.Supraventricular Tachyarrhythmia ECG Assessment
STDAGC117797ST Segment Depression, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment depression value based on the measurement of ST segment depression from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Depression Aggregate
STDPMAXC62163Summary (Max) ST DepressionThe maximum depression (negative deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Segment Depression by ECG Finding
STDPMINC62162Summary (Min) ST DepressionThe minimum depression (negative deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Segment Depression by ECG Finding
STDSBC117798ST Segment Depression, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment depression below the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Depression Single Beat
STDVAGC117799ST Segment Deviation, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment deviation value based on the measurement of ST segment deviation from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Deviation Aggregate
STDVMAXC62157Summary (Max) ST DeviationThe maximum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Deviation
STDVMINC62156Summary (Min) ST DeviationThe minimum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Deviation
STDVSBC117800ST Segment Deviation, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment deviation above or below the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Deviation Single Beat
STEAGC117801ST Segment Elevation, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment elevation value based on the measurement of ST segment elevation from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Elevation Aggregate
STELMAXC62160Summary (Max) ST ElevationThe maximum elevation (positive deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Segment Elevation
STELMINC62159Summary (Min) ST ElevationThe minimum elevation (positive deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Segment Elevation
STESBC117802ST Segment Elevation, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment elevation above the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Elevation Single Beat
STSDURAGC117803ST Segment Duration, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment duration value based on the measurement of ST segment duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Duration Aggregate
STSDURSBC117804ST Segment Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the onset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.ST Segment Duration Single Beat
STSTWUWC111363ST Segment, T wave, and U waveAn electrocardiographic assessment of the characteristics of the ST segment, T wave, and U wave.ST Segment, T wave, and U wave ECG Assessment
SWAAGC117805S Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate S wave amplitude value based on the measurement of S wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.S Wave Amplitude Aggregate
SWASBC117806S Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the S wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the S wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.S Wave Amplitude Single Beat
T_AXISC118166T Wave AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the T wave from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.T Wave Axis
TECHQUALC117807Technical QualityA statement about an electrocardiographic recording describing technical issues or interference during the recording, processing, or transmission of the data. This does not represent an electrocardiographic diagnosis.ECG Technical Quality
TPTEAGC117808Tpeak-Tend Interval, AggregateAn aggregate Tpeak-Tend value based on the measurement of Tpeak-Tend from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Peak-T End Interval Aggregate
TPTESBC117809Tpeak-Tend Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the peak of the T wave to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Peak-T End Interval Single Beat
TWARAGC117810T Wave Area, AggregateAn aggregate T wave area value based on the measurement of T wave areas from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Area Aggregate
TWARSBC117811T Wave Area, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the area of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Wave Area Single Beat
TWDURAGC117812T Wave Duration, AggregateAn aggregate T wave duration value based on the measurement of T wave duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Duration Aggregate
TWDURSBC117813T Wave Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the T wave to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Wave Duration Single Beat
TWHAGC117814T Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate T wave amplitude value based on the measurement of T wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Amplitude Aggregate
TWHSBC117815T Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the T wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.T Wave Amplitude Single Beat
VTARRYC111330Ventricular ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of ventricular arrhythmias excluding tachycardias.Ventricular Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
VTTARRYC111331Ventricular TachyarrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of ventricular tachyarrhythmias.Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia ECG Assessment
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C71151ECG Test MethodTerminology codelist used with ECG Test Methods within CDISC.CDISC SDTM ECG Test Method Terminology
10 LEAD STANDARDC9034910 Lead StandardAn electrocardiogram lead placement on the subject using a ten electrode lead set to synthesize standard 12 lead electrocardiograph data to elicit an electrical view of the heart.10 Lead Standard
12 LEAD 1 LEAD MISSINGC7112512 Lead 1 Lead MissingAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but one standard lead position is missing therefore requiring a Mortara source consistency filter. (NCI)12 Lead Placement 1 Lead Missing
12 LEAD CABRERAC7111612 Lead CabreraAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the display of the 12 standard ECG leads is in an orderly sequence in a single horizontal display of: aVL, I, -aVR, II, aVF, III, V1 to V6. In the Cabrera display the limb lead aVR is inverted (-aVR) to obtain the same positive leftward orientation as the other 5 limbs. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Cabrera
12 LEAD CONTINUOUS ECGC123444A continuous electrocardiographic (ECG) recording utilizing 12 leads. The positioning of the electrodes may vary from the standard 12 lead ECG placement. Examples include but are not limited to 12 lead Holter with modified Mason-Likar lead placements, 12 lead exercise ECGs, and 12 lead telemetry systems.12 Lead Continuous ECG
12 LEAD EASI DOWER TRANSFORMATIONC7112312 Lead EASI Dower TransformationAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 4 chest electrodes and 1 reference electrode are used to allow for continuous monitoring at the clinical level. This placement creates a 12 lead ECG that allows the acquisition of simultaneous events in the frontal, horizontal and sagittal heart planes with the linear transformation of vectors. This system provides a three-dimensional portrayal of the heart and uses mathematical and fixed coefficients for each lead. (NCI)Lead Placement EASI Dower Transformation
12 LEAD ECG EXTRACTED FROM 12 LEAD CONTINUOUS ECG RECORDINGC123445A standard duration (typically 10 seconds) 12 lead electrocardiogram (ECG) extracted from a 12 lead continuous ECG.12 Lead ECG Extracted From 12 Lead Continuous ECG Recording
12 LEAD MASON LIKARC7110312 Lead Mason LikarAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions have been modified for ECG recording during exercise. Exercise stress testing requires moving the limb electrodes to more central positions on the thorax. The electrodes are placed in bony prominences close to the bases of the respective limbs in order to avoid skeletal muscle artifact, provide stability for recording electrodes and to record waveforms similar to the standard limb sites. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Mason Likar
12 LEAD MODIFIED MASON LIKARC7111012 Lead Modified Mason LikarAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the Mason Likar lead positions have been modified so that V1 to V6 on the chest are part of a single electrode pad. In addition, lead CM5 is substituted for lead aVR. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Mason Likar Modified
12 LEAD NON-STANDARDC7111412 Lead Non-StandardAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the limb leads are placed on the torso for easier and faster application in emergency situations. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Non-Standard
12 LEAD RIGHT-SIDED PRECORDIAL LEADSC11613912 Lead Right-sided Precordial Leads;Right-sided Chest LeadsAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the precordial leads are intentionally placed on the right side of the chest.12 Lead Placement Right-sided Precordial Leads
12 LEAD SINGLE PADC7111212 Lead Single PadAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions have been modified so that all leads on the chest are part of a single electrode pad. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Chest
12 LEAD STANDARDC7110212 Lead StandardAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leads are recorded, with each lead representing an electrical view of the heart. The six leads recorded in the frontal plane are derived from the placement of 3 electrodes (RA or Right Arm, LA, or Left Arm, and LL or Left Leg). These bipolar frontal leads form the basis of Einthoven's triangle, and are represented by leads I, II, and III. Three other derived (or augmented) bipolar frontal vectors are also recorded on a standard 12-lead EKG, aVR, aVF, and aVL. 6 unipolar leads, corresponding to V1 - V6 measure the electrical activity in the horizontal plane. The placement for the V leads is as follows: V1: right 4th intercostal space,V2: left 4th intercostal space, V3: halfway between V2 and V4, V4: left 5th intercostal space, mid-clavicular line, V5: horizontal to V4, anterior axillary line, V6: horizontal to V5, mid-axillary line. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Standard
12 LEAD UNSPECIFIEDC7110112 Lead UnspecifiedAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the position of the leads is unspecified. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Unspecified
6 LEAD NEHB-SPORIC132355An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead configuration that is primarily used to record ECGs in non-human animals, and which uses six (6) electrodes to generate eight (8) ECG leads (ECG wave forms). The six electrode configuration includes the following: four (4) limb electrodes, which are placed analogous to an Einthoven configuration in humans, and two (2) chest electrodes. The eight (8) ECG leads recorded comprise three standard limb leads (leads I, II, and III), three augmented leads (Leads aVR, aVF, and aVL), and two chest leads, which are generated using two unipolar chest leads, typically CV5RL [rV2] and CV6LL [V2] for canines, or MV1 and MV2 for primates.6 Lead NEHB-SPORI
6 LEAD STANDARDC903506 Lead StandardAn electrocardiogram lead placement on the subject using a six electrode lead set with three standard leads and three augmented derived leads to elicit an electrical view of the heart.6 Lead Standard
8 LEAD STANDARDC132356An electrocardiogram (ECG) recorded using 6 electrodes to generate 8 ECG leads (ECG wave forms). The 6 electrode configuration includes 4 limb electrodes in an Einthoven configuration and two chest electrodes. The 8 ECG leads recorded consist of three standard limb leads (leads I, II, and III), three augmented leads (leads aVR, aVF, and aVL), and two chest leads (which are generated using two unipolar chest leads (typically CV5RL [rV2] and CV6LL [V2] for canines or MV1 and MV2 for non-human primates). This lead configuration is typically used to record ECGs in non-human animals.8 Lead Standard
BIPOLAR UNCORRECTED XYZ LEAD SYSTEMC71121Bipolar uncorrected XYZ lead systemAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the X+ lead is placed at the right mid-axillary line ate the 4th intercostal space, X- at the left mid-axillary line at he 4th intercostal space, Y+ at the proximal left leg, Y- at the superior aspect of the manubrium, Z+ at the direct posterior to Z- and Z- at the 4th intercostal space at the left sternal margin. (NCI)Lead Placement Bipolar Uncorrected XYZ
CONTINUOUS AMBULATORY ECGC123446A continuous electrocardiographic (ECG) recording utilizing 1 or more leads that records and stores data directly to the device. The subject need not be restricted to a medical facility, and may be able to participate in their customary activities of daily living.Continuous Ambulatory ECG
CUBE LEAD SYSTEMC71120Cube lead systemAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement that is a type of uncorrected vectorcardiograph. This lead system is based on a rectangular body axis. It uses an extra number of electrodes to make it three-dimensional. (NCI)Lead Placement Cube
FRANK LEAD SYSTEMC71118Frank lead systemAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement for determining 3 orthogonal components X (right to left direction), Y (foot to head direction) and Z (back to front direction) of the heart. For this method a minimum of 4 electrodes are needed that represent the right arm, left arm, left leg and back. However, usually 7 electrodes are used to avoid dependence on the dipole location and facilitate interpretation. (NCI)Lead Placement Frank
HOLTER CONTINUOUS ECG RECORDINGC38064An electrocardiographic method for collecting continuous ECG waveforms with a variable number of discrete leads with duration longer than the standard 10 second ECG. Holter recording may be performed in patients who are ambulatory, and may collect data for 24 hours or longer.Holter Monitoring
MCFEE-PARUNGAO LEAD SYSTEMC71119McFee-Parungao lead systemAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement for determining 3 orthogonal components X (back to front), Y (right to left) and Z (foot to head) of the heart. This system places the electrodes closer to the heart to achieve better orthogonality and a homogeneous lead field. (NCI)Lead Placement McFee-Parungao
PSEUDO-ORTHOGONAL XYZ LEAD SYSTEMC71122Pseudo-orthogonal XYZ lead systemAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement that allows monitoring and recording of cardiac electrical activity. A V1-type lead is used whose positive electrode is localized in the 4th intercostal space, 2.5cm from the sternum. Its negative electrode is placed below the left clavicle. An addition of lead V5 and aVF can be made to facilitate interpretation. (NCI)Lead Placement Pseudo Orthogonal XYZ
STANDARD 12-LEAD AND CC5-CM5-MLC71128Standard 12-lead and CC5-CM5-MLAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions have been modified so that the negative reference is at CM5 and the active electrode is at the left leg position. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Standard And CC5-CM5-ML
STANDARD 12-LEAD AND CM5-CC5-CH5C71126Standard 12-lead and CM5-CC5-CH5An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby 12 leadpoints are recorded but the standard lead positions have been modified so that the bipolar lead groups place the negative of the reference electrode over the manubrium (CM5), the right scapula (CB5), V5R (CC5) or on the forehead (CH5) and the active electrode at V5. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Standard And CC5-CM5-CH5
STANDARD 12-LEAD EXTENDED LEFTC71131Standard 12-lead extended to the left by V7, V8, V9An electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the standard lead placement is modified by having leads V7, V8 and V9. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Standard Extended Left
STANDARD 12-LEAD EXTENDED RIGHTC71130Standard 12-lead extended to the right by V5R, V4R, V3RAn electrocardiogram (ECG) lead placement whereby the rightward oriented V leads progress from V1R, placed instead of the standard V2, to V6R. The V3 lead in the standard placement is replaced by V4R. (NCI)12 Lead Placement Standard Extended Right
STANDARD LEADS FOR BICYCLE EXERCISEC71115Limb leads on the back (shoulder and on the hips). (NCI)Lead Placement Bicycle
STANDARD LEADS ONE INTERCOSTAL SPACE HIGHERC71117Standard leads one intercostal space higherAn electrocardiographic lead placement schema in which the V leads are placed one intercostal space cephalad to the position they would have in the standard lead placement schema. (NCI)Lead Placement Standard Intercostal Space Higher
VECTORCARDIOGRAPH CORRECTEDC71092Vectorcardiograph CorrectedA recording of the electrical activity of the heart displayed in the form of a vector loop, corrected for anatomic inconsistencies. (NCI)Vectorcardiograph Corrected
VECTORCARDIOGRAPH UNCORRECTEDC71093Vectorcardiograph UncorrectedA recording of the electrical activity of the heart displayed in the form of a vector loop, uncorrected for anatomic inconsistencies. (NCI)Vectorcardiograph Uncorrected
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C71152ECG Test NameTerminology codelist used with ECG Test Names within CDISC.CDISC SDTM ECG Test Name Terminology
Acute Myocardial Ischemia ECG ChangeC116140Acute Myocardial Ischemia ECG ChangeAn electrocardiographic finding assessment of new or presumed new significant ST-segment-T wave (ST-T) changes or new left bundle branch block consistent with acute myocardial ischemia. (Thygesen K, Alpert JS, Jaffe AS, Simoons ML, et al.; Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction. Third universal definition of myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012 Oct 16;60(16):1581-98).Acute Myocardial Ischemia by ECG Assessment
Atrioventricular ConductionC111131Atrioventricular ConductionAn electrocardiographic assessment of cardiac atrioventricular conduction.Atrioventricular Conduction ECG Assessment
Axis and VoltageC111132Axis and VoltageAn electrocardiographic assessment of mean cardiac electrical vector and the ECG voltage.Axis and Voltage ECG Assessment
Chamber Hypertrophy or EnlargementC111155Chamber Hypertrophy or EnlargementAn electrocardiographic assessment of chamber hypertrophy or enlargement.Chamber Hypertrophy or Enlargement ECG Assessment
Comparison to a Prior ECGC117761Comparison to a Prior ECGA comparative interpretation of an ECG relative to a previous (comparator) ECG. The definition of the comparator ECG may be specified elsewhere. Common comparator result values include improved, no change, deteriorated.Comparison to a Prior ECG
ECG Maximum Atrial RateC119253ECG Maximum Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Maximum Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Maximum Heart RateC119257ECG Maximum Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the maximum ventricular rate.Maximum Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Maximum Ventricular RateC119260ECG Maximum Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the maximum rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Maximum Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Mean Atrial RateC119256ECG Mean Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Mean Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Mean Heart RateC119259ECG Mean Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the mean ventricular rate.Mean Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Mean Ventricular RateC119263ECG Mean Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the average rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Mean Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Median Atrial RateC119254ECG Median Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Median Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Median Heart RateC123447ECG Median Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the median ventricular rate.ECG Median Heart Rate
ECG Median Ventricular RateC119261ECG Median Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the median rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Median Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Minimum Atrial RateC119255ECG Minimum Atrial RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of atrial depolarizations (P waves) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Minimum Atrial Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Minimum Heart RateC119258ECG Minimum Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of depolarization of a specific region of the heart during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute. Unless otherwise specified, this is usually the minimum ventricular rate.Minimum Heart Rate by Electrocardiogram
ECG Minimum Ventricular RateC119262ECG Minimum Ventricular RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of the minimum rate of ventricular depolarizations (QRS complexes) recorded during an interval of time, usually expressed in beats per minute.Minimum Ventricular Rate by Electrocardiogram
InterpretationC41255InterpretationAn act or process of elucidation; explication, or explanation of the meaning of the event or thing via the assignment of objects from the domain to the constants of a formal language, truth-values to the proposition symbols, truth-functions to the connectives, other functions to the function symbols, and extensions to the predicates, if any. The assignments are result of human logic application and are not native to the symbols of the formal language.Interpretation
Intraventricular-Intraatrial ConductionC111238Intraventricular-Intraatrial ConductionAn electrocardiographic assessment of intraventricular and intra-atrial conduction.Intraventricular and Intraatrial Conduction ECG Assessment
J-Tpeak Interval, AggregateC117767J-Tpeak Interval, AggregateAn aggregate J-Tpeak value based on the measurement of J-Tpeak intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate J-T Peak Interval
J-Tpeak Interval, Single BeatC117768J-Tpeak Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the peak of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat J-T Peak Interval
JT Interval, AggregateC117762JT Interval, AggregateAn aggregate JT value based on the measurement of JT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JT Interval
JT Interval, Single BeatC117769JT Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat JT Interval
JTcB Interval, AggregateC117763JTcB Interval, AggregateA JT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JTCB Interval
JTcB Interval, Single BeatC117764JTcB Interval, Single BeatA JT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat JTCB Interval
JTcF Interval, AggregateC117765JTcF Interval, AggregateA JT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate JTCF Interval
JTcF Interval, Single BeatC117766JTcF Interval, Single BeatA JT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat JTCF Interval
Myocardial InfarctionC111280Myocardial InfarctionAn electrocardiographic assessment of findings suggestive of myocardial infarction.Myocardial Infarction ECG Assessment
New Q WaveC117770New Q WaveAn electrocardiographic finding assessment of new or presumed new pathologic Q waves suggestive of myocardial infarction. (Thygesen K, Alpert JS, Jaffe AS, Simoons ML, et al.; Joint ESC/ACCF/AHA/WHF Task Force for Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction. Third universal definition of myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2012 Oct 16;60(16):1581-98).New Q Wave
P Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117777P Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate P wave amplitude value based on the measurement of P wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate P Wave Amplitude
P Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117778P Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the P wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the P wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.Single Beat P Wave Amplitude
P Wave AxisC118164P Wave AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the P wave from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.P Wave Axis
P Wave Duration, AggregateC117775P Wave Duration, AggregateAn aggregate P wave duration value based on the measurement of P wave duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate P Wave Duration
P Wave Duration, Single BeatC117776P Wave Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the P wave to the offset of the P wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat P Wave Duration
PacemakerC111285PacemakerAn electrocardiographic assessment of presence of artificial electronic pacing.Pacemaker ECG Assessment
PP Interval, AggregateC117771PP Interval, AggregateAn aggregate PP value based on the measurement of PP intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate PP Interval
PP Interval, Single MeasurementC117772PP Interval, Single MeasurementAn electrocardiographic measurement of the interval between the onsets of two consecutive P waves.Single Measurement PP Interval
PR Interval, AggregateC117773PR Interval, AggregateAn aggregate PR value based on the measurement of PR intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate PR Interval
PR Interval, Single BeatC117774PR Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the P wave to the onset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat PR Interval
Q Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117789Q Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate Q wave amplitude value based on the measurement of Q wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate Q Wave Amplitude
Q Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117790Q Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the Q wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the Q wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.Single Beat Q Wave Amplitude
QRS AxisC118165QRS AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the QRS complex from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.QRS Axis
QRS Duration, AggregateC117779QRS Duration, AggregateAn aggregate QRS value based on the measurement of QRS intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QRS Duration
QRS Duration, Single BeatC117780QRS Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the QRS complex to the offset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat QRS Duration
QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, AggregateC117781QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, AggregateAn aggregate paced QRS duration value based on the measurement of paced QRS duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Paced Ventricular Aggregate QRS Duration
QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, Single BeatC117782QRS Duration, Ventr. Paced, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the paced QRS complex to the offset of the QRS complex of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Paced Ventricular Single Beat QRS Duration
QT Interval, AggregateC117783QT Interval, AggregateAn aggregate QT value based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QT Interval
QT Interval, Single BeatC117788QT Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the QRS complex to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.Single Beat QT Interval
QTc Correction Method UnspecifiedC100391QTc Correction Method UnspecifiedA QT interval that is corrected for heart rate by unspecified correction method.Corrected QT Interval
QTca Interval, AggregateC124332QTca Interval, AggregateA QT Aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using individual probabilistic QT/RR slopes for each subject, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG or period of a continuous ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTca Interval
QTca Interval, Single BeatC124333QTca Interval, Single BeatA QT interval that is corrected for heart rate using individual probabilistic QT/RR slopes for each subject, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTca Interval
QTcB Interval, AggregateC117784QTcB Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTCB Interval
QTcB Interval, Single BeatC117785QTcB Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Bazett's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTCB Interval
QTcF Interval, AggregateC117786QTcF Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on the measurement of QT intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate QTCF Interval
QTcF Interval, Single BeatC117787QTcF Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval that is corrected for heart rate using Fridericia's formula, based on a QT interval measured on a single beat utilizing one or more ECG leads.Single Beat QTCF Interval
QTcL Interval, AggregateC123448QTcL Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval corrected for heart rate using a linear correction formula.Aggregate QTcL Interval
QTcL Interval, Single BeatC123449QTcL Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval corrected for heart rate using a linear correction formula.Single Beat QTcL Interval
QTcV Interval, AggregateC123450QTcV Interval, AggregateA QT aggregate interval corrected for heart rate using the Van der Water's correction formula.Aggregate QTcV Interval
QTcV Interval, Single BeatC123451QTcV Interval, Single BeatA QT single beat interval corrected for heart rate using the Van der Water's correction formula.Single Beat QTcV Interval
R Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117795R Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate R wave amplitude value based on the measurement of R wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.R Wave Amplitude Aggregate
R Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117796R Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the R wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the R wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.R Wave Amplitude Single Beat
Rhythm Not Otherwise SpecifiedC111307Rhythm Not Otherwise SpecifiedAn electrocardiographic assessment of cardiac rhythm not otherwise specified.Rhythm Not Otherwise Specified ECG Assessment
RR Interval, AggregateC117791RR Interval, AggregateAn aggregate RR value based on the measurement of RR intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.Aggregate RR Interval
RR Interval, Single MeasurementC117792RR Interval, Single MeasurementAn electrocardiographic measurement of the interval between two consecutive R waves. If R waves are not present, this measurement may utilize the interval between the most easily identified components of the QRS complex within two consecutive beats.RR Interval Single Measurement
RS Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117793RS Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate RS wave amplitude value based on measurements from multiple beats from a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.RS Wave Amplitude Aggregate
RS Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117794RS Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the sum of the amplitudes of the R and S waves, obtained from a single beat in one particular lead or set of leads.RS Wave Amplitude Single Beat
S Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117805S Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate S wave amplitude value based on the measurement of S wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.S Wave Amplitude Aggregate
S Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117806S Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the S wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the S wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.S Wave Amplitude Single Beat
Single RR Heart RateC120608Single RR Heart RateAn electrocardiographic measurement of a heart rate derived from a single RR interval (interval between two consecutive QRS complexes).Single Beat RR Extrapolated Heart Rate by ECG Assessment
Sinus Node Rhythms and ArrhythmiasC111312Sinus Node Rhythms and ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of sinus node rhythms and arrhythmias.Sinus Node Rhythm and Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
ST Segment Depression, AggregateC117797ST Segment Depression, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment depression value based on the measurement of ST segment depression from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Depression Aggregate
ST Segment Depression, Single BeatC117798ST Segment Depression, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment depression below the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Depression Single Beat
ST Segment Deviation, AggregateC117799ST Segment Deviation, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment deviation value based on the measurement of ST segment deviation from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Deviation Aggregate
ST Segment Deviation, Single BeatC117800ST Segment Deviation, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment deviation above or below the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Deviation Single Beat
ST Segment Duration, AggregateC117803ST Segment Duration, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment duration value based on the measurement of ST segment duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Duration Aggregate
ST Segment Duration, Single BeatC117804ST Segment Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the J point to the onset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.ST Segment Duration Single Beat
ST Segment Elevation, AggregateC117801ST Segment Elevation, AggregateAn aggregate ST segment elevation value based on the measurement of ST segment elevation from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.ST Segment Elevation Aggregate
ST Segment Elevation, Single BeatC117802ST Segment Elevation, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the ST segment elevation above the isoelectric baseline measured from the baseline to the ST segment of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.ST Segment Elevation Single Beat
ST Segment, T wave, and U waveC111363ST Segment, T wave, and U waveAn electrocardiographic assessment of the characteristics of the ST segment, T wave, and U wave.ST Segment, T wave, and U wave ECG Assessment
Summary (Max) JT IntervalC62117Summary (Max) JT IntervalThe maximum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave (representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)Maximum JT Duration
Summary (Max) PR DurationC62131Summary (Max) PR DurationThe maximum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is measured from the beginning of the P wave to the beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)Maximum PR Duration
Summary (Max) QT DurationC62135Summary (Max) QT DurationThe maximum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)Maximum QT Duration
Summary (Max) RR DurationC62094Summary (Max) RR DurationThe maximum duration (time) between successive peaks of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)Maximum RR Duration
Summary (Max) ST DepressionC62163Summary (Max) ST DepressionThe maximum depression (negative deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Segment Depression by ECG Finding
Summary (Max) ST DeviationC62157Summary (Max) ST DeviationThe maximum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Deviation
Summary (Max) ST ElevationC62160Summary (Max) ST ElevationThe maximum elevation (positive deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST segment. (NCI)Maximum ST Segment Elevation
Summary (Min) JT IntervalC62116Summary (Min) JT IntervalThe minimum duration (time) of the JT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the JT interval. The JT interval is defined as the time from the J point (end of ventricular depolarization, the point at which the QRS meets the ST segment) to the end of the T wave (representing the end of ventricular repolarization). (NCI)Minimum JT Duration
Summary (Min) PR DurationC62125Summary (Min) PR DurationThe minimum duration (time) of the PR interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the PR interval. The PR interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the P wave (representing the onset of atrial depolarization) to the beginning of the R wave (representing the onset of ventricular depolarization). In some cases, a Q wave will precede the R wave, in which case the PR interval is measured from the beginning of the P wave to the beginning of the Q wave. (NCI)Minimum PR Duration
Summary (Min) QT DurationC62133Summary (Min) QT DurationThe minimum duration (time) of the QT interval, obtained from a set of measurements of the QT interval. The QT interval is defined as the time from the beginning of the QRS complex to the end of the T wave, representing the time it takes for the ventricles to depolarize and subsequently repolarize. In some cases, the Q wave will be absent, in which case the QT interval is measured from the beginning of the R wave to the end of the T wave. (NCI)Minimum QT Duration
Summary (Min) RR DurationC62093Summary (Min) RR DurationThe minimum duration (time) between successive peaks of R waves in a particular set of RR intervals. (NCI)Minimum RR Duration
Summary (Min) ST DepressionC62162Summary (Min) ST DepressionThe minimum depression (negative deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the depression of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Segment Depression by ECG Finding
Summary (Min) ST DeviationC62156Summary (Min) ST DeviationThe minimum deviation (distance from baseline, positive or negative, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the deviation of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Deviation
Summary (Min) ST ElevationC62159Summary (Min) ST ElevationThe minimum elevation (positive deflection from baseline, usually measured in mm) of the ST segment, obtained from a set of measurements of the elevation of the ST segment. (NCI)Minimum ST Segment Elevation
Supraventricular ArrhythmiasC111320Supraventricular ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of supraventricular arrhythmias excluding tachycardias.Supraventricular Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
Supraventricular TachyarrhythmiasC111321Supraventricular TachyarrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of supraventricular tachyarrhythmias.Supraventricular Tachyarrhythmia ECG Assessment
T Wave Amplitude, AggregateC117814T Wave Amplitude, AggregateAn aggregate T wave amplitude value based on the measurement of T wave amplitudes from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Amplitude Aggregate
T Wave Amplitude, Single BeatC117815T Wave Amplitude, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the mean amplitude (usually measured in mV) of the T wave measured from the isoelectric baseline to the peak of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads. Based on the recording gain, this measurement may also be reported in mm.T Wave Amplitude Single Beat
T Wave Area, AggregateC117810T Wave Area, AggregateAn aggregate T wave area value based on the measurement of T wave areas from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Area Aggregate
T Wave Area, Single BeatC117811T Wave Area, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic measurement of the area of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Wave Area Single Beat
T Wave AxisC118166T Wave AxisA numerical representation of the electrocardiographic vector assessed at maximum deviation of the T wave from the isoelectric baseline, usually reported for the frontal plane.T Wave Axis
T Wave Duration, AggregateC117812T Wave Duration, AggregateAn aggregate T wave duration value based on the measurement of T wave duration intervals from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Wave Duration Aggregate
T Wave Duration, Single BeatC117813T Wave Duration, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the onset of the T wave to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Wave Duration Single Beat
Technical QualityC117807Technical QualityA statement about an electrocardiographic recording describing technical issues or interference during the recording, processing, or transmission of the data. This does not represent an electrocardiographic diagnosis.ECG Technical Quality
Tpeak-Tend Interval, AggregateC117808Tpeak-Tend Interval, AggregateAn aggregate Tpeak-Tend value based on the measurement of Tpeak-Tend from multiple beats within a single ECG. The method of aggregation, which can vary, is typically a measure of central tendency such as the mean.T Peak-T End Interval Aggregate
Tpeak-Tend Interval, Single BeatC117809Tpeak-Tend Interval, Single BeatAn electrocardiographic interval measured from the peak of the T wave to the offset of the T wave of a single beat utilizing one or more leads.T Peak-T End Interval Single Beat
Ventricular ArrhythmiasC111330Ventricular ArrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of ventricular arrhythmias excluding tachycardias.Ventricular Arrhythmia ECG Assessment
Ventricular TachyarrhythmiasC111331Ventricular TachyarrhythmiasAn electrocardiographic assessment of ventricular tachyarrhythmias.Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia ECG Assessment
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CL.C124311.FMTESTCDFetal Measurement Test Code
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C124311Fetal Measurement Test CodeTerminology for the test code relevant to fetal measurements.CDISC SEND Fetal Measurement Test Code Terminology
ANGDISTC124276Anogenital DistanceA measurement of the length of the span between the anus and the base of the genitalia.Anogenital Distance
BIPADISTC124478Biparietal DistanceA measurement of the length of the span between the protuberances of the parietal bones of the skull.Biparietal Distance
BWFETALC124479Fetal Body WeightThe weight of a fetus.Fetal Body Weight
CIRCUMFC64265CircumferenceThe length of the closed curve of a circle; the size of something as given by the distance around it. (NCI)Circumference
CRWNRMPLC81242Crown Rump lengthA measurement from the proximal aspect of the head to the buttocks or proximal aspect of the tail.Crown to Rump Length Measurement
FVOLUMEC124480Fluid VolumeThe amount of three dimensional space occupied by a fluid.Fluid Volume
LENGTHC25334LengthThe linear extent in space from one end of something to the other end, or the extent of something from beginning to end. (NCI)Length
OCCFDIAMC124481Occipitofrontal DiameterA measurement of the skull, measured from the external occipital protuberance to the most prominent point of the frontal bone in the midline.Occipitofrontal Diameter
OSSKELCTC124482Ossified Skeletal Element CountThe number of skeletal elements with ossification centers present.Number of Ossified Skeletal Elements
OWFETALC124483Fetal Organ WeightThe weight of a fetal organ.Fetal Organ Weight
SEXFETALC124484Fetal SexExamination of the fetus to determine sex.Sex of Fetus
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CL.C124312.FMTESTFetal Measurement Test Name
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C124312Fetal Measurement Test NameTerminology for the test name relevant to fetal measurements.CDISC SEND Fetal Measurement Test Name Terminology
Anogenital DistanceC124276Anogenital DistanceA measurement of the length of the span between the anus and the base of the genitalia.Anogenital Distance
Biparietal DistanceC124478Biparietal DistanceA measurement of the length of the span between the protuberances of the parietal bones of the skull.Biparietal Distance
CircumferenceC64265CircumferenceThe length of the closed curve of a circle; the size of something as given by the distance around it. (NCI)Circumference
Crown Rump lengthC81242Crown Rump lengthA measurement from the proximal aspect of the head to the buttocks or proximal aspect of the tail.Crown to Rump Length Measurement
Fetal Body WeightC124479Fetal Body WeightThe weight of a fetus.Fetal Body Weight
Fetal Organ WeightC124483Fetal Organ WeightThe weight of a fetal organ.Fetal Organ Weight
Fetal SexC124484Fetal SexExamination of the fetus to determine sex.Sex of Fetus
Fluid VolumeC124480Fluid VolumeThe amount of three dimensional space occupied by a fluid.Fluid Volume
LengthC25334LengthThe linear extent in space from one end of something to the other end, or the extent of something from beginning to end. (NCI)Length
Occipitofrontal DiameterC124481Occipitofrontal DiameterA measurement of the skull, measured from the external occipital protuberance to the most prominent point of the frontal bone in the midline.Occipitofrontal Diameter
Ossified Skeletal Element CountC124482Ossified Skeletal Element CountThe number of skeletal elements with ossification centers present.Number of Ossified Skeletal Elements
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CL.C124310.FXFINDRSFetal Pathology Findings Result
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C124310Fetal Pathology Findings ResultTerminology relevant to the results for fetal gross pathological findings.CDISC SEND Fetal Pathology Findings Result Terminology
ABNORMAL CONSISTENCYC124485Altered ConsistencyAtypical consistency observed in the contents of a structure.Altered Consistency
ABNORMAL FISSUREC124486An atypical long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes, or tissues and bone into parts. (NCI)Abnormal Fissure
ABNORMAL FLEXUREC124487A flexure that is deviating from the norm or outside the bounds of what is considered normal.Abnormal Flexure
ABNORMAL LOBATIONC124488A lobation that is deviating from the norm or outside the bounds of what is considered normal.Abnormal Lobation
ABNORMAL ORIGINC124489An origin that is deviating from the norm or outside the bounds of what is considered normal.Abnormal Origin
ABNORMAL SUTUREC124490Skull bones out of alignment causing the suture to deviate from its normal pattern.Abnormal Suture Line
ABNORMAL TEXTUREC124491Altered TextureAtypical texture observed in the surface of a structure.Altered Texture
ABSENTC48190Not existing in a specified place at a specified time. (NCI)Absent
ABSENT FISSUREC124492The lack of a long narrow slit or groove that normally divides an organ into lobes, or tissues and bone into parts. (NCI)Absent Fissure
ACEPHALOSTOMIAC124493Absence of the head but with the presence of mouth-like orifice in the neck region. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Acephalostomia
ADHESIONC54685A fibrinous or fibrous connection between two surfaces or tissues, connecting tissues or organs that are not normally attached.Tissue Adhesion
AMNIOTIC BANDC124494Fibrous bands from the amnion that may entangle the fetus, causing constriction.Amniotic Band
ANENCEPHALYC84560Absence of the cranial region of the head, with the brain absent or reduced. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Anencephaly
ANEURYSMC26693Localized dilatation of a blood vessel wall.Aneurysm
AORTICOPULMONARY SEPTAL DEFECTC124495Communication between ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Aorticopulmonary Septal Defect
ASYMMETRIC OSSIFICATIONC124496Misaligned OssificationCommonly used for structures arising from two or more primary ossification centers (e.g., sternebrae, vertebral centra). Ossification is greater in one or more of the centers than the other(s). Applies only to ossification sites and does not imply that the structure, as represented by the bone precursor, is asymmetrical. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Asymmetric Ossification
ATRESIAC124497AtreticAbsence or closure of a normal body orifice or tubular organ. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Atresia
ATRIAL SEPTAL DEFECTC84473Atrial Septum DefectA congenital disorder characterized by the presence of a defect (opening) in the septum that separates the two atria of the heart.Atrial Septal Defect
ATRIOVENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTC101029Inappropriate communication between atrium and ventricle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Atrioventricular Septal Defect
AUTOLYSISC99673Breakdown of tissue.Autolysis
BENTC124498Bowed;CurvedAbnormal curvature. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Bent
BILOBEDC124499Organ that has two lobes or is divided into two lobes.Bilobular
BIPARTITE OSSIFICATIONC124500Ossification centers not fused. Commonly used for structures arising from two or more primary ossification centers (e.g., sternebrae, vertebral centra). Applies only to the ossification sites and does not imply that the structure, as represented by the bone precursor, is divided (split). (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Bipartite Ossification
BLOOD FILLEDC124501A finding indicating that that an anatomic space or cavity is filled with blood.Blood-Filled
BLUNT-TIPPED TAILC124502A tail that is rounded or flat at the end, not tapered. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Blunt-Tipped Tail
BRANCHEDC61482Bifurcated;ForkedHaving one or more collateral divisions of the structure, resembling the branches of a tree. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Branch
CARTILAGE NOT FUSEDC124503A finding referring to incomplete or absent chondrogenesis.Cartilage Not Fused
CARTILAGINOUS FUSIONC124504Joined together by cartilage.Cartilaginous Fusion
CAUDAL DYSPLASIAC124505Severe reduction of caudal structures, including reduction of or absence of hindlimbs, tail, and/or sacral area. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Caudal Dysplasia
CEBOCEPHALYC124506Two orbital cavities and two eyes present, the region between being narrowed. Expected skeletal alterations include fused frontonasal and/or maxillary bones and incisors. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cebocephaly
CELOSOMYC124507A developmental defect characterized by incomplete closure of the anterior body wall, resulting in herniation, to variable degrees, of thoracic and/or abdominal viscera. The sternum, sternal ends of ribs, and muscular body wall are usually defective or poorly developed. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Celosomy
CHEILOGNATHOPALATOSCHISISC124508CheilognathouranoschisisCleft lip, upper jaw, and palate. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cheilognathopalatoschisis
CHEILOGNATHOSCHISISC124509Cleft lip and jaw. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cheilognathoschisis
CLEFT FACEC124510Facial Cleft;ProsoposchisisFissure of the face. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Facial Cleft
CLEFT JAWC124511GnathoschisisCleft mandible (lower jaw) or maxilla (upper jaw). (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cleft Jaw
CLEFT LIPC87175CheiloschisisFissure or split of the upper lip. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cleft Lip
CLEFT MANDIBLEC124512Split MandibleCleft mandible (lower jaw).Mandibular Cleft
CLEFT MAXILLAC124513Split MaxillaCleft maxilla (upper jaw).Cleft Maxilla
CLEFT PALATEC87069PalatoschisisFissure or split of the palate. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cleft Palate
COLLAPSED LUMENC124514A finding in which the walls of a tube or tubular organ have contorted or buckled into its cavity or channel. (NCI)Collapsed Lumen
COLORED MATERIALC124515Presence of colored substance. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Red-Brown Material
COMMON ORIGINC124516An indication that anatomical structures, typically blood vessels, are arising from the same location.Vessel Common Origin
CONJOINED TWINSC98903Monozygotic twins with variable incomplete separation into two during cleavage or early stages of embryogenesis. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Conjoined Twins
CONVOLUTEDC61301Coiled;TwistedFolded, curved and/or tortuous windings.Convolution
CRANIAL MENINGOCELEC124517Herniation of meninges through a defect in skull. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cranial Meningocele
CRANIOFENESTRIAC124518Multiple unossified area(s) of the cranium. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Craniofenestria
CRANIORACHISCHISISC98907Cranial RachischisisA congenital fissure of both the skull and vertebral column. (Saunders. (1988). Dorland's illustrated medical dictionary. (27th ed.). Philadelphia)Craniorachischisis
CRANIOSCHISISC124519Fissure of the cranial region of the head with varying degrees of the brain exposed. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cranioschisis
CRANIOSYNOSTOSISC84655Premature closure of cranial sutures with fusion of bone, resulting in small maldeveloped skull; used to describe multiple skull bone fusions. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Craniosynostosis
CRYPTOPHTHALMIAC124520CryptophthalmosSkin continuous over eye(s) without formation of eyelid(s). (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cryptophthalmia
CURLED TAILC124521Tail curved into nearly a full circle, or coiled. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Curled Tail
CYCLOPIAC124522Monophthalmia;Single Eyeball;SynophthalmiaSingle median orbit; eyeball(s) can be absent, completely or incompletely fused. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.).Cyclopia
CYSTC2978A sac-like closed pocket of tissue that may be empty or may be filled with fluid, gas, semisolid, or amorphous material. It typically has an outer epithelial-lined capsule.Cyst
DECREASED ANOGENITAL DISTANCEC124523Shortened distance between anus and genital tubercle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Anogenital Distance Decreased
DEPRESSIONC124639Nonpatent localized recess in a structure or tissue. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Depression
DETACHEDC124524Floating;Non-articulatedPhysically separated or not connected. (NCI)Detached
DEXTROCARDIAC84669A congenital abnormality in which the heart is located in the right side of the chest.Dextrocardia
DIAPHRAGMATIC EVENTRATIONC98912Abnormal anterior protrusion of a part of the diaphragm which is thin and covers variably displaced abdominal viscera. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Diaphragmatic Eventration
DILATATIONC113136DilationExpansion of the cavity, ducts or lumen of a hollow organ or vessel.Dilation
DISCOLOREDC124525Not the normal color. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Discoloration
DISTENDEDC124526Enlarged or expanded organ due to an increase of the contents. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Distended
DIVERTICULUMC26753A sac-like protrusion in the wall of a hollow organ or tissue.Diverticulum
DOMED HEADC124527Cranial region of head appears more elevated and rounded than normal. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Dome-Shaped Head
DOUBLE OUTLET RIGHT VENTRICLEC98916Pulmonary trunk and aorta arise from the right ventricle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Double Outlet Right Ventricle
DOUBLEDC62265Consisting of or involving two parts or components, often in pairs. (NCI)Double
DUMBBELL OSSIFICATIONC124528Two approximately spherical ossification sites attached at or near the mid-line by an ossified bridge. Commonly used for structures arising from two primary centers (e.g., sternebrae, vertebral centra). Applies only to the ossification sites. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Dumbbell Ossification
EDEMAC3002Excessive amount of watery fluid in tissues or cavities, generally characterized microscopically as clear spaces separating tissue components.Edema
ERUPTED TOOTHC94569Tooth emerged.Tooth Eruption
ETHMOCEPHALYC124529Some degree of cyclopia in which the eyes may be closely set but the snout is small. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Ethmocephaly
EVAGINATIONC124530A finding that indicates that an anatomic structure is partially or completely turned inside out.Evagination
EXENCEPHALYC124531Brain protrudes outside the skull due to absence of all or part of the cranial vault. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Exencephaly
EXTERNAL AURAL FISTULAC124532An opening to a cyst produced by a persistent lateral cervical sinus or reduplicated 1st pharyngeal cleft usually located ventral to the ear. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)External Auditory Canal Fistula
EXTERNALIZED HEARTC124533Ectopia Cordis;ExocardiaHeart displaced outside thoracic cavity. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Externalized Heart
FEWER DIGITSC75000EctrodactylyAbsence of one or more, but not all, digit(s). (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Ectrodactyly
FISTULAC3045Abnormal passage or communication between two normally unconnected structures, body cavities, or the surface of the body. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Fistula
FLESHY TABC124534Small tag of tissue without bony support.Fleshy Tab
FLUID FILLEDC124535A finding indicating that that an anatomic space or cavity is filled with fluid.Fluid-Filled
FRAGMENTC124536A division into several small pieces.Fragmented
FUSEDC124537Joined or blended together. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Fused
FUSED PLACENTAC117343An observation in some polyzygotic pregnancies where two placentas are conjoined.Fused Placenta
FUSED TO FLOOR OF MOUTHC124538AnkyloglossiaShortness or absence of the frenulum of the tongue; tongue fused to the floor of the mouth. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Ankyloglossia
GASTROSCHISISC84725EventrationFissure of abdominal wall, not involving the umbilicus, and usually accompanied by protrusion of viscera which may or may not be covered by a membranous sac. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Gastroschisis
HEMICENTRICC124539Absence of either hemicentrum of a centrum. Structural change involving the bone precursor. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hemicentric
HEMIMELIAC34674Absence or shortening of the distal segment(s) of limbs. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hemimelia
HEMISTERNEBRAC124540Absent sternebral hemicenter. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hemisternebra
HEMIVERTEBRAC124541Absence of a lateral half (arch + hemicentrum) of a vertebra. Structural change involving the bone precursor. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hemivertebra
HEMORRHAGEC26791The presence of extravascular erythrocytes.Hemorrhage
HERMAPHRODITISMC85207A rare condition characterized by the unequivocal presence of both testicular and ovarian tissues in a gonad.True Hermaphroditism
HERNIAC34685The protrusion of part of an organ or fibroadipose tissue through an abnormal opening. (NCI)Hernia
HIGH-ARCHEDC124542Arched structure higher than normal, extends further upward.High Arch
HOLEC124640A perforation in a tissue or organ, such as a discrete area of absent ossification and bone precursor.Hole
HOLORACHISCHISISC124543Fissure of the entire spinal column. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Holorachischisis
HOOKED TAILC124544Approximately 180 degree bend or curve of the tail. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hooked Tail
HYPEREXTENSIONC98951The excessive extension or straightening of a limb or a joint. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hyperextension
HYPERFLEXIONC124545The excessive flexion or bending of a limb or a joint. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hyperflexion
HYPOPLASIAC120893Incomplete or underdevelopment of a tissue or organ. (NCI)Hypoplasia
HYPOSPADIASC40341Urethra opening on the underside of the penis or on the perineum. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Hypospadias
IMPERFORATE ANUSC84784Absence or closure of the anal opening. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Imperforate Anus
INCOMPLETE CHONDROGENESISC124546Incomplete formation of cartilage. (NCI)Incomplete Chondrogenesis
INCOMPLETE OSSIFICATIONC124547Partial ossification at a site that usually has a more advanced degree of ossification. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Incomplete Ossification
INCREASED ANOGENITAL DISTANCEC124548Increased distance between anus and genital tubercle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Anogenital Distance Increased
INIENCEPHALYC124549Exposure of occipital brain and upper spinal cord tissue involving extreme retroflection of the head. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Iniencephaly
INTERRUPTEDC124550DiscontinuousDiscontinuity of a longitudinal structure, e.g., blood vessels, ribs, etc. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Discontinuous Anatomic Feature
ISOLATED OSSIFICATION SITEC124551Ossification site within the margins of a normal bone precursor but separated from the main ossified (alizarin red stained) area. Does not imply any change to the bone precursor. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Isolated Ossification Site
KINKED TAILC124552A localized undulation of the tail.Kinked Tail
KYPHOSISC34754Increased dorsal concavity in the curvature of the spinal column as viewed from the side. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Kyphosis
LARGEC49508Of considerable or relatively great size, extent, or capacity. (NCI)Large
LEFT-SIDEDC124553Transposition to the left side, which is considered abnormal.Left-Sided
LEVOCARDIAC111647Left-sided heart in the presence of situs inversus.Levocardia
LONGC25248ElongatedGreater than the normal or expected length. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Long
LORDOSISC34787Increased dorsal convexity in the curvature of the spinal column as viewed from the side. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Lordosis
LUXATEDC35724DislocatedA displacement of a bone from its normal position in the joint.Dislocation
MALPOSITIONEDC124554Not occurring in the proper position and/or orientation. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Malpositioned
MALROTATEDC124555Structure rotated from proper position and/or orientation (outward or inward). (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Malrotated
MEMBRANOUS VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTC124556An opening in the membranous septum between the ventricles. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Membranous Ventricular Septal Defect
MENINGOENCEPHALOCELEC124557EncephalomeningoceleHerniation of brain and meninges through a cranial opening. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Encephalomeningocele
MENINGOHYDROENCEPHALOCELEC124558Herniation of brain, cerebral ventricle, and meninges through a defect in skull. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Meningohydroencephalocele
MISALIGNEDC124559MalalignedAbnormal position of structures in relation to one another on opposite sides of a dividing line or about the center or axis. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Misalignment
MISSHAPENC124560Abnormally shaped. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Misshapen
MOTTLEDC87095Spotting with patches of discoloration of an organ or tissue. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Mottling
MULTIPLE MALFORMATIONSC124561Used when Region/Organ/Structure has multiple malformations and individual descriptions would be unnecessarily complex. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Multiple Malformations
MULTIPLE VARIATIONSC124562Used when Region/Organ/Structure has multiple variations and individual descriptions would be unnecessarily complex. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Multiple Abnormalities
MUSCULAR VENTRICULAR SEPTAL DEFECTC124563An opening in the muscular septum between the ventricles. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Muscular Ventricular Septal Defect
NARROWC124564Coarctation;ConstrictedLess than the normal side to side dimension. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Narrow
NODULEC3280A small lump, swelling or collection of tissue. (NCI)Nodule
NOT ERUPTED TOOTHC124565Tooth not emerged.Tooth Not Erupted
NOT FUSEDC124566Not joined to form a single entity.Not Fused
OLIGOHYDRAMNIOSC92839Reduced Amniotic FluidReduced or less than normal amount of amniotic fluid. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Oligohydramnios
OMPHALOCELEC98997Eventration;ExomphalosA defect in the abdominal wall at the umbilicus, through which the intestines and other viscera protrude. These may or may not be covered by a thin, translucent sac. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Omphalocele
OPACITYC71596The quality of being opaque to a degree; the degree to which something reduces the passage of light. (NCI)Opacity
OPACITY OF THE LENSC26713CataractOpacity of the crystalline lens. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cataract
OPEN EYEC124567Eyeball visible. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Open Eye
OTOCEPHALYC124568Absence or extreme underdevelopment of the lower jaw, producing closeness of the ears below the face. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Otocephaly
OVERRIDING AORTAC124569Biventricular origin of the aorta. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Overriding Aorta
PALEC50685An unusual or extreme paleness, state of decreased coloration.Pallor
PATENT DUCTUS ARTERIOSUSC84492Open and unobstructed ductus arteriosus postnatally. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Patent Ductus Arteriosus
PERSISTENTC124570Retained embryonic structure past the point in development it is normally present.Persistent Embryonic Structure
PHOCOMELIAC34928Reduction or absence of proximal portion of limb, with the paws, hands, or feet being closer to the trunk of the body. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Phocomelia
POLYHYDRAMNIOSC92848Excessive (increased) amount of amniotic fluid. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Polyhydramnios
PREMATURE CLOSUREC124571Fusion, occlusion, or loss of patency occurring before the usual or proper time.Premature Closure
PROBOSCISC124572Tubular projection replaces snout. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Proboscis
PROLAPSEC36173A condition in which an organ drops or bulges out of place. (NCI)Prolapse
PROSOPOSCHISISC124573Fissure of the face from the mouth to the eye.Prosoposchisis
PROTRUDINGC124574Extending outward beyond a surface or boundary.Protruding
PSEUDOHERMAPHRODITISMC124575Gonads of one sex are present, while the external genital organs resemble in whole or in part those of the opposite sex. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Pseudohermaphroditism
RED MATERIALC124576Descriptive of any tissue into which a red material is observed.Red Material
REDUCED NUMBERC124577A decrease in expected quantity.Reduced Number
RETINAL FOLDC124578Undulation of retinal layers. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Retinal Fold
RETROESOPHAGEALC124579Passing dorsal to the esophagus.Retroesophageal
RETROTRACHEALC25660Passing dorsal to the trachea. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Retrotracheal
RHINOCEPHALYC124580Proboscis-like nose above partially or completely fused eyes. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Rhinocephaly
RIGHT-SIDEDC124581Transposition to the right side, which is considered abnormal.Right-Sided
SCOLIOSISC78603Lateral curvature of the spinal column. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Scoliosis
SHARED PLACENTAC124582Placental TwinsTwo fetuses on one placenta. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Shared Placenta
SHORTC25249Less than the normal or expected length. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Short
SINGLEC48440One.Single
SINGLE LOBEC124583UnilobularConsisting of one lobe.Unilobular
SIRENOMELIAC118455SymmeliaAny of several degrees of side-to-side fusion of lower extremities and concomitant midline reduction of the pelvis. Soft tissues and long bones, lower paw (feet), and viscera of the pelvis tend to be reduced or absent; anus and external genitalia are often absent. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Sirenomelia
SITUS INVERSUSC87121Mirror-image transposition of the abdominal and/or thoracic viscera. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Situs Inversus
SKIN TAGC3374Small appendage of skin. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Skin Tag
SMALLC25376Limited in number, quantity, magnitude or extent. (NCI)Small
SPINA BIFIDAC101214Rachischisis;Spinal Meningocele;Spinal Myelocele;Spinal MyelomeningoceleA family of defects in the closure of the spinal column. May be covered with skin (spina bifida occulta) or not covered with skin (spinabifida aperta); may involve protrusion of spinal cord and/or meninges. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Spina Bifida
SPLAYEDC124584Paired structures diverge from one another. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Splayed
SPLITC54572Bifid;CleftDivision of a single structure (usually into two parts) with no intervening structure between the parts. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Split
SUPERNUMERARYC63758Accessory;ExtraMore than the usual or expected number. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Supernumerary
SUPERNUMERARY FISSUREC124585Additional FissureAn extraneous, additional long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes, or tissues and bone into parts. (NCI)Supernumerary Fissure
TETRALOGY OF FALLOTC84505Defect of the heart which includes all of the following: pulmonary stenosis, interventricular septal defect, dextraposed aorta overriding the ventricular septum, and enlarged right ventricular wall. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Tetralogy of Fallot
THICKC81186Relatively greater extent or depth than normal from one surface to the other of a tissue or skeletal element. Describes the three dimensional structure.Thick
THINC65127Relatively lesser extent than normal from one surface to the other of a tissue or skeletal element. Describes the three dimensional structure. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Thin
THORACOGASTROSCHISISC124586ThoracoceloschisisFissure of thoracic and abdominal walls with thoracic and abdominal viscera, or major parts thereof, exposed ventrally. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Thoracogastroschisis
THORACOSCHISISC124587Fissure of thoracic wall. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Thoracoschisis
THREAD-LIKEC124588FilamentousResembling a thread or pertaining to thread-like structures.Thread-Like
THREE-CHAMBERED HEARTC124589Cor TriloculareThree-chambered heart with two atria and a ventricle or one atrium and two ventricles. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cor Triloculare
THYMIC CORDC124590Extra Thymic Tissue;Thymic Remnant in the Neck;Thymus Long CraniallyPartially undescended horn of thymus. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Thymic Cord
TRANSPOSITION OF GREAT VESSELSC84742Origin of aorta from right ventricle and pulmonary trunk from left ventricle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Transposition of Great Vessels
TWO-CHAMBERED HEARTC124591Cor BiloculareTwo-chambered heart with an atrium and a ventricle. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Cor Biloculare
UNEXPANDED LUNGC2888The partial or total collapse of alveoli and/or airways.Atelectasis
UNOSSIFIEDC124641Absence of ossification (assessed by absence of alizarin red stain) at a site which, in controls of the same age, is usually at least partially ossified. Applies only to the ossification site and does not imply any change to the bone precursor. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Unossified
UNOSSIFIED LINEC124642Supernumerary SutureLinear break in ossification with underlying bone precursor present. Usually seen in the intramembranous bones of the skull. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Supernumerary Cranial Sutures
UNREMARKABLEC96301No noteworthy findings.Unremarkable
WAVY RIBC124592Undulation(s) along the length of a rib. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Wavy Rib
WIDEC124593Greater than the normal or expected width. More than the normal side to side dimension. (Makris S, Solomon HM, Clark R, Shiota K, Barbellion S, Buschmann J, Ema M, Fujiwara M, Grote K, Hazelden KP, Hew KW, Horimoto M, Ooshima Y, Parkinson M, Wise LD. Terminology of developmental abnormalities in common laboratory mammals (Version 2). Part B. Birth Defects Res B Dev Reprod Toxicol. 2009 Aug;86(4):227-327.)Wide
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CL.C124313.FXRESCATFetal Pathology Findings Result Category
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C124313Fetal Pathology Findings Result CategoryTerminology relevant to the classifications of the results for fetal pathology findings.CDISC SEND Fetal Pathology Findings Result Category Terminology
MALFORMATIONC36287A permanent structural change that is likely to adversely affect the form, survival or health of the species under study. (Gupta, R. C. ed. (2011) Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology. London, UK: Elsevier, Inc.)Congenital or Acquired Anatomic Abnormality
OSSIFICATIONC124594A finding related to the change from the expected ossification state in an otherwise normal structure or bone.Ossification Abnormality
UNCLASSIFIEDC124595A non-specified anomaly; an anomaly that is not included in a specified grouping of anomalies.Unclassified Abnormality
VARIATIONC25713A structural or developmental change that is commonly observed within the population under study and is unlikely to adversely affect survival or health. (Gupta, R. C. ed. (2011 )Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology. London, UK: Elsevier, Inc.)Variation
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CL.C124314.FXTESTCDFetal Pathology Findings Test Code
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C124314Fetal Pathology Findings Test CodeTerminology for the test codes relevant to fetal pathology findings.CDISC SEND Fetal Pathology Findings Test Code Terminology
EXTREXAMC124596External ExaminationAn assessment of the outer body structures.External Examination
MTFTEXAMC124597Maternal-Fetal ExaminationAn assessment of the shared maternal and fetal tissues including amniotic fluid, umbilical cord and placenta.Maternal-Fetal Examination
SKELEXAMC124598Skeletal ExaminationAn assessment of the bone and cartilage structures.Skeletal Examination
VISCEXAMC124599Visceral ExaminationAn assessment of the internal soft tissue structures.Visceral Examination
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CL.C124315.FXTESTFetal Pathology Findings Test Name
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C124315Fetal Pathology Findings Test NameTerminology for the test names relevant to fetal pathology findings.CDISC SEND Fetal Pathology Findings Test Name Terminology
External ExaminationC124596External ExaminationAn assessment of the outer body structures.External Examination
Maternal-Fetal ExaminationC124597Maternal-Fetal ExaminationAn assessment of the shared maternal and fetal tissues including amniotic fluid, umbilical cord and placenta.Maternal-Fetal Examination
Skeletal ExaminationC124598Skeletal ExaminationAn assessment of the bone and cartilage structures.Skeletal Examination
Visceral ExaminationC124599Visceral ExaminationAn assessment of the internal soft tissue structures.Visceral Examination
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CL.C89970.FWTESTCDFood and Water Consumption Test Code
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C89970Food and Water Consumption Test CodeTerminology for the test codes concerned with the subject's consumption of food and/or water.CDISC SEND Food and Water Consumption Test Code Terminology
FCC90384Food ConsumptionA measurement of a subject's nutritional intake. (NCI)Food Consumption
FCRELBWC90385Food Consumption Relative to Body WtThe ratio or percentage of nutritional intake to body weight. (NCI)Food Consumption Relative to Body Weight
WCC90484Water ConsumptionA measurement of a subject's water intake. (NCI)Water Consumption
WCRELBWC90485Water Consumption Relative to Body WtThe ratio or percentage of water intake to body weight. (NCI)Water Consumption Relative to Body Weight
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CL.C89969.FWTESTFood and Water Consumption Test Name
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C89969Food and Water Consumption Test NameTerminology for the test names concerned with the subject's consumption of food and/or water.CDISC SEND Food and Water Consumption Test Name Terminology
Food ConsumptionC90384Food ConsumptionA measurement of a subject's nutritional intake. (NCI)Food Consumption
Food Consumption Relative to Body WtC90385Food Consumption Relative to Body WtThe ratio or percentage of nutritional intake to body weight. (NCI)Food Consumption Relative to Body Weight
Water ConsumptionC90484Water ConsumptionA measurement of a subject's water intake. (NCI)Water Consumption
Water Consumption Relative to Body WtC90485Water Consumption Relative to Body WtThe ratio or percentage of water intake to body weight. (NCI)Water Consumption Relative to Body Weight
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CL.C71113.FREQFrequency
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C71113FrequencyThe terminology that includes terms pertaining to frequency within CDISC.CDISC SDTM Frequency Terminology
1 TIME PER WEEKC64526One Time Per WeekOne time per week. (NCI)Once Weekly
10 DAYS PER MONTHC13917910 Days MonthlyTen days per month. (NCI)Ten Days Per Month
2 TIMES PER WEEKC64497BIS;Twice per weekTwo times per week. (NCI)Twice Weekly
2 TIMES PER YEARC988612 Times Per YearTwo times per year. (NCI)Two Times Yearly
3 TIMES PER MONTHC988593 Times Per MonthThree times per month. (NCI)Three Times Monthly
3 TIMES PER WEEKC64528TIS;Three times a weekThree times per week. (NCI)Three Times Weekly
3 TIMES PER YEARC988603 Times Per YearThree times per year. (NCI)Three Times Yearly
4 TIMES PER MONTHC988524 Times Per MonthFour times per month. (NCI)Four Times Monthly
4 TIMES PER WEEKC645314 times per week;QISFour times per week. (NCI)Four Times Weekly
4 TIMES PER YEARC988534 Times Per YearFour times per year. (NCI)Four Times Yearly
5 TIMES PER DAYC988495 Times DailyFive times per day. (NCI)Five Times Daily
5 TIMES PER MONTHC988505 Times Per MonthFive times per month. (NCI)Five Times Monthly
5 TIMES PER WEEKC855525 Times Per WeekFive times per week. (NCI)Five Times Weekly
5 TIMES PER YEARC988515 Times Per YearFive times per year. (NCI)Five Times Yearly
6 TIMES PER DAYC988556 Times DailySix times per day. (NCI)Six Times Daily
6 TIMES PER MONTHC988566 Times Per MonthSix times per month. (NCI)Six Times Monthly
6 TIMES PER WEEKC988576 Times Per WeekSix times per week. (NCI)Six Times Weekly
6 TIMES PER YEARC988586 Times Per YearSix times per year. (NCI)Six Times Yearly
7 TIMES PER DAYC1391807 Times DailySeven times per day. (NCI)Seven Times Per Day
7 TIMES PER WEEKC988547 Times Per WeekSeven times per week. (NCI)Seven Times Weekly
8 TIMES PER DAYC1391818 Times DailyEight times per day. (NCI)Eight Times Per Day
9 TIMES PER DAYC1391829 Times DailyNine times per day. (NCI)Nine Times Per Day
AD LIBITUMC64636Ad LibitumAs much as desired.As Much as Desired
BIDC64496BD;Twice per dayTwo times per day, at unspecified times. (NCI)Twice Daily
BIMC71129Twice per monthTwice per month. (NCI)Twice Per Month
CONTINUOUSC53279ContinuousRemain in force or carry on without letup; keep or maintain in unaltered condition; exist in time or space without stop or interruption. (NCI)Continue
EVERY 2 WEEKSC71127Every 2 weeks;Q2SEvery two weeks. (NCI)Every Two Weeks
EVERY 3 WEEKSC64535Every 3 weeks;Q3SEvery three weeks. (NCI)Every Three Weeks
EVERY 4 WEEKSC64529Every 4 weeks;Q4SEvery four weeks. (NCI)Every Four Weeks
EVERY 5 WEEKSC103390Every 5 weeks;Q5SEvery five weeks. (NCI)Every Five Weeks
EVERY 6 WEEKSC89788Every 6 Weeks;Q6SEvery six weeks. (NCI)Every Six Weeks
EVERY 7 WEEKSC116149Every 7 weeks;Q7SEvery seven weeks.Every Seven Weeks
EVERY 8 WEEKSC103389Every 8 weeks;Q8SEvery eight weeks. (NCI)Every Eight Weeks
EVERY WEEKC67069Every week;Per Week;QSEvery week. (NCI)Weekly
INTERMITTENTC71325IntermittentPeriodically stopping and starting. (NCI)Intermittent
OCCASIONALC64954OccasionalNot occurring regularly or at short intervals.Infrequent
ONCEC64576One time.Once
PAC74924/Year;Every Year;Per Annum;Per YearA frequency rate of occurrences of something within a period of time equal to three hundred sixty-five days.Per Year
PRNC64499As neededAs needed. (NCI)As Necessary
Q10HC64500Every 10 hoursEvery ten hours. (NCI)Every Ten Hours
Q11HC64501Every 11 hoursEvery eleven hours. (NCI)Every Eleven Hours
Q12HC64502Every 12 hoursEvery twelve hours. (NCI)Every Twelve Hours
Q13HC64503Every 13 hoursEvery thirteen hours. (NCI)Every Thirteen Hours
Q14HC64504Every 14 hoursEvery fourteen hours. (NCI)Every Fourteen Hours
Q15HC64505Every 15 hoursEvery fifteen hours. (NCI)Every Fifteen Hours
Q16HC64506Every 16 hoursEvery sixteen hours. (NCI)Every Sixteen Hours
Q17HC64507Every 17 hoursEvery seventeen hours. (NCI)Every Seventeen Hours
Q18HC64508Every 18 hoursEvery eighteen hours. (NCI)Every Eighteen Hours
Q19HC64509Every 19 hoursEvery nineteen hours. (NCI)Every Nineteen Hours
Q20HC64511Every 20 hoursEvery twenty hours. (NCI)Every Twenty Hours
Q21HC64512Every 21 hoursEvery twenty-one hours. (NCI)Every Twenty-One Hours
Q22HC64513Every 22 hoursEvery twenty-two hours. (NCI)Every Twenty-Two Hours
Q23HC64514Every 23 hoursEvery twenty-three hours. (NCI)Every Twenty-Three Hours
Q24HC64515Every 24 hoursEvery twenty-four hours. (NCI)Every Twenty-Four Hours
Q2HC64516Every 2 hoursEvery two hours. (NCI)Every Two Hours
Q2MC64536Every two monthsEvery two months. (NCI)Every Two Months
Q36HC89791Every 36 HoursEvery thirty-six hours. (NCI)Every Thirty-six Hours
Q3DC64533Every 3 daysEvery three days. (NCI)Every Three Days
Q3HC64517Every 3 hoursEvery three hours. (NCI)Every Three Hours
Q3MC64537Every 3 monthsEvery three months. (NCI)Every Three Months
Q45MINC139183Every 45 MinutesEvery forty-five minutes. (NCI)Every Forty-Five Minutes
Q48HC89790Every 48 HoursEvery forty-eight hours. (NCI)Every Forty-eight Hours
Q4DC64534Every 4 daysEvery four days. (NCI)Every Four Days
Q4HC64518Every 4 hoursEvery four hours. (NCI)Every Four Hours
Q4MC64538Every 4 monthsEvery four months. (NCI)Every Four Months
Q5DC71124Every 5 daysEvery five days. (NCI)Every Five Days
Q5HC64519Every 5 hoursEvery five hours. (NCI)Every Five Hours
Q6HC64520Every 6 hoursEvery six hours. (NCI)Every Six Hours
Q6MC89789Every 6 MonthsEvery six months. (NCI)Every Six Months
Q7DC139177Every 7 DaysEvery seven days. (NCI)Every Seven Days
Q7HC64521Every 7 hoursEvery seven hours. (NCI)Every Seven Hours
Q8HC64523Every 8 hoursEvery eight hours. (NCI)Every Eight Hours
Q9HC64524Every 9 hoursEvery nine hours. (NCI)Every Nine Hours
QAMC64595Every morning. (NCI)Every Morning
QDC25473DailyA rate of occurrences within a period of time equal to one day.Daily
QHC64510Every hourEvery hour. (NCI)Every Hour
QIDC645304 times per dayFour times per day. (NCI)Four Times Daily
QMC64498Every Month;Per MonthEvery month. (NCI)Monthly
QNC139178Every night.Every Night.
QODC64525Every other dayEvery other day. (NCI)Every Other Day
QPMC64596Every evening. (NCI)Every Evening
TIDC645273 times per dayThree times per day. (NCI)Three Times Daily
TWICEC65134Two times. (NCI)Twice
UNKNOWNC17998U;UNK;UnknownNot known, not observed, not recorded, or refused. (NCI)Unknown
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CL.C124317.ICFINDRSImplantation Findings Result
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C124317Implantation Findings ResultTerminology relevant to the results for implantation findings.CDISC SEND Implantation Findings Result Terminology
ALIVEC37987Living; showing characteristics of life.Alive
DEADC28554DiedThe absence of life or state of being dead. (NCI)Dead
EARLY INTRAUTERINE DEATHC124600Early IUDDeath of a conceptus that occurred inside the uterus during the embryonic phase of development, with no recognizable tissue structure.Early Intrauterine Death
EMPTY IMPLANTATION SITEC124601An implantation site that contains no discernable embryonic or placental tissue but may contain remnants of the implantation.Empty Implantation Site
INTRAUTERINE DEATHC50620IUDDeath of a conceptus that occurred inside the uterus.Intrauterine Fetal Death
LATE INTRAUTERINE DEATHC124643Late IUDDeath of a conceptus that occurred inside the uterus during the fetal phase of development, with recognizable tissue structure.Late Intrauterine Death
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CL.C124316.ICRESCATImplantation Findings Result Category
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C124316Implantation Findings Result CategoryTerminology relevant to the classifications of the results for implantation classification findings.CDISC SEND Implantation Findings Result Category Terminology
EMBRYOC28147Early stage in the prenatal development of an animal. This stage occurs from implantation until closure of the hard palate.Embryo
FETUSC13235Late stage in the prenatal development of an animal. This stage occurs from the closure of the hard palate until birth.Fetus
RESORPTIONC93204A process in which tissue is absorbed by the body.Resorption
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CL.C124318.ICTESTCDImplantation Findings Test Code
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C124318Implantation Findings Test CodeTerminology for the test codes relevant to implantation classifications.CDISC SEND Implantation Findings Test Code Terminology
IMPSCHCTC124279Implantation Site CharacterizationThe condition of an implantation site, embryo, or fetus based on examination.Implantation Site Characterization
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CL.C124319.ICTESTImplantation Findings Test Name
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C124319Implantation Findings Test NameTerminology for the test names relevant to implantation classifications.CDISC SEND Implantation Findings Test Name Terminology
Implantation Site CharacterizationC124279Implantation Site CharacterizationThe condition of an implantation site, embryo, or fetus based on examination.Implantation Site Characterization
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CL.C65047.LBTESTCDLaboratory Test Code
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C65047Laboratory Test CodeTerminology used for laboratory test codes of the CDISC Study Data Tabulation Model.CDISC SDTM Laboratory Test Code Terminology
A1AGLPC100429Alpha-1 Acid GlycoproteinA measurement of the alpha-1 acid glycoprotein in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Acid Glycoprotein Measurement
A1ANTRYPC80167Alpha-1 Antitrypsin;Serum Trypsin InhibitorA measurement of the alpha-1 antitrypsin in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Measurement
A1MCREATC100462Alpha-1 Microglobulin/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the alpha-1 microglobulin to creatinine in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Microglobulin to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
A1MICGC100461Alpha-1 Microglobulin;Protein HCA measurement of the alpha-1 microglobulin in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Microglobulin Measurement
A2MACGC80168Alpha-2 MacroglobulinA measurement of the alpha-2 macroglobulin in a biological specimen.Alpha-2 Macroglobulin Measurement
AAPC100430Alanine AminopeptidaseA measurement of the alanine aminopeptidase in a biological specimen.Alanine Aminopeptidase Measurement
ABNCEC111124Abnormal CellsA measurement of the abnormal cells in a biological specimen.Abnormal Cell Count
ABNCECEC150835Abnormal Cells/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of abnormal cells to total cells in a biological specimen.Abnormal Cells to Total Cells Ratio Measurement
ABNCELEC150834Abnormal Cells/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of abnormal cells to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Abnormal Cells to Leukocytes Ratio Measurement
ABOC125939ABO Blood GroupThe characterization of the blood type of an individual by testing for the presence of A antigen and B antigen on the surface of red blood cells.ABO Blood Group Determination
ABOA1C135397ABO A1 SubtypeThe characterization of the ABO blood group A1 subtype in an individual. (NCI)ABO A1 Subtype Determination
ACANTC74699AcanthocytesA measurement of the acanthocytes in a biological specimen.Acanthocyte Count
ACANTRBCC74633Acanthocytes/ErythrocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of acanthocytes to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.Acanthocyte to Erythrocyte Ratio Measurement
ACEC80169Angiotensin Converting EnzymeA measurement of the angiotensin converting enzyme in a biological specimen.Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Measurement
ACETAMINC135398Acetaminophen;ParacetamolA measurement of the acetaminophen in a biological specimen.Acetaminophen Measurement
ACETOACC92247Acetoacetate;Acetoacetic AcidA measurement of the acetoacetic acid in a biological specimen.Acetoacetic Acid Measurement
ACETONEC147288AcetoneA measurement of the acetone in a biological specimen.Acetone Measurement
ACHC74838AcetylcholineA measurement of the acetylcholine hormone in a biological specimen.Acetylcholine Measurement
ACHEC96560AcetylcholinesteraseA measurement of the acetylcholinesterase in a biological specimen.Acetylcholinesterase Measurement
ACHRABC96559Acetylcholine Receptor AntibodyA measurement of the acetylcholine receptor antibody in a biological specimen.Acetylcholine Receptor Antibody Measurement
ACPHOSC80163Acid PhosphataseA measurement of the acid phosphatase in a biological specimen.Acid Phosphatase Measurement
ACRNCRNFC147289Acylcarnitine/Carnitine, FreeA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the acylcarnitine to free carnitine in a biological specimen.Acylcarnitine to Free Carnitine Ratio Measurement
ACTC103348Activated Clotting Time;Activated Coagulation TimeA measurement of the inhibition of blood coagulation in response to anticoagulant therapies.Activated Coagulation Time
ACTHC74780Adrenocorticotropic Hormone;CorticotropinA measurement of the adrenocorticotropic hormone in a biological specimen.Adrenocorticotropic Hormone Measurement
ACYLCAOXC92286Acyl CoA Oxidase;Acyl Coenzyme A Oxidase;Fatty Acyl Coenzyme A OxidaseA measurement of the acyl coenzyme A oxidase in a biological specimen.Acyl Coenzyme A Oxidase Measurement
ADAM8C147290A Disintegrin And Metalloproteinase Domain 8;ADAM Metallopeptidase Domain 8;CD156a AntigenA measurement of the ADAM metallopeptidase domain 8 protein in a biological specimen.ADAM Metallopeptidase Domain 8 Measurement
ADENOVABC111125Adenovirus AntibodyA measurement of the adenovirus antibody in a biological specimen.Adenovirus Antibody Measurement
ADHC74847Antidiuretic Hormone;VasopressinA measurement of the antidiuretic hormone in a biological specimen.Antidiuretic Hormone Measurement
ADPC102257Adenosine DiphosphateA measurement of the adenosine diphosphate in a biological specimen.Adenosine Diphosphate Measurement
ADPNCTNC74839AdiponectinA measurement of the total adiponectin hormone in a biological specimen.Adiponectin Measurement
ADPNHMWC132363Adiponectin, High Molecular WeightA measurement of the high molecular weight adiponectin hormone in a biological specimen.High Molecular Weight Adiponectin Measurement
ADSDNAC74913Anti-Double Stranded DNAA measurement of the anti-double stranded DNA antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Double Stranded DNA Measurement
AFACTXAAC98706Anti-Factor Xa ActivityA measurement of the ability of antithrombin to inactivate activated Factor X in a biological specimen. This test is used to monitor low molecular weight or unfractionated heparin levels in a biological specimen.Anti-Factor Xa Activity Measurement
AFPC74732Alpha Fetoprotein;Alpha-1-FetoproteinA measurement of the alpha fetoprotein in a biological specimen.Alpha-fetoprotein Measurement
AFPAC106499Alpha Fetoprotein ActivityA measurement of the alpha fetoprotein activity in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein Activity Measurement
AFPADJBWC147291Alpha Fetoprotein Adj for Body WeightA measurement of alpha fetoprotein, which has been adjusted for body weight, in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein Adjusted for Body Weight Measurement
AFPL1C96562Alpha Fetoprotein L1A measurement of the alpha fetoprotein L1 in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein L1 Measurement
AFPL2C96563Alpha Fetoprotein L2A measurement of the alpha fetoprotein L2 in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein L2 Measurement
AFPL3C96564Alpha Fetoprotein L3A measurement of the alpha fetoprotein L3 in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein L3 Measurement
AFPL3AFPC96565A Fetoprotein L3/A FetoproteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of alpha fetoprotein L3 to total alpha fetoprotein in a biological specimen.Alpha Fetoprotein L3 to Total Alpha Fetoprotein Ratio Measurement
AG1_5C1243341,5-AnhydroglucitolA measurement of the 1,5-anhydroglucitol in a biological specimen.1,5-Anhydroglucitol Measurement
AHBDHC111126Alpha Hydroxybutyrate DehydrogenaseA measurement of the alpha-hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase in a biological specimen.Alpha Hydroxybutyrate Dehydrogenase Measurement
ALAC122091AlanineA measurement of the alanine in a biological specimen.Alanine Measurement
ALA1ALBC147292Apolipoprotein A1/Apolipoprotein BA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the Apolipoprotein A1 to Apolipoprotein B in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein A1 to Apolipoprotein B Ratio Measurement
ALBC64431Albumin;MicroalbuminA measurement of the albumin protein in a biological specimen.Albumin Measurement
ALBCC147293Albumin ClearanceA measurement of the albumin clearance in a biological specimen.Albumin Clearance
ALBCREATC74761Albumin/Creatinine;Microalbumin/Creatinine RatioA relative measurement (ratio) of the albumin to the creatinine in a biological specimen.Albumin To Creatinine Protein Ratio Measurement
ALBEXRC150814Albumin Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of albumin excreted in a biological specimen over a defined period of time (e.g. one hour).Albumin Excretion Rate
ALBGLOBC74894Albumin/GlobulinThe ratio of albumin to globulin in a biological specimen.Albumin to Globulin Ratio Measurement
ALBGLYCAC122092Glycated AlbuminA measurement of the glycated albumin present in a biological specimen.Glycated Albumin Measurement
ALBPROTC103453Albumin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the albumin to total protein in a biological specimen.Albumin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
ALDOLASEC74731AldolaseA measurement of the aldolase enzyme in a biological specimen.Aldolase Measurement
ALDSTRNC74841AldosteroneA measurement of the aldosterone hormone in a biological specimen.Aldosterone Measurement
ALPC64432Alkaline PhosphataseA measurement of the alkaline phosphatase in a biological specimen.Alkaline Phosphatase Measurement
ALPBALPC147294Alk Phos, Bone/Total Alk Phos;Alkaline Phosphatase, Bone/Total Alkaline PhosphataseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the bone specific alkaline phosphatase isoform to total alkaline phosphatase in a biological specimen.Bone Alkaline Phosphatase to Total Alkaline Phosphatase Ratio Measurement
ALPBSC92287Bone Specific Alkaline PhosphataseA measurement of the bone specific alkaline phosphatase isoform in a biological specimen.Bone Specific Alkaline Phosphatase Measurement
ALPCREATC79438Alkaline Phosphatase/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the alkaline phosphatase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Alkaline Phosphatase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
ALPIALPC147295Alk Phos, Intestinal/Total Alk Phos;Alkaline Phosphatase, Intestinal/Total Alkaline PhosphataseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the intestinal specific alkaline phosphatase isoform to total alkaline phosphatase in a biological specimen.Intestinal Alkaline Phosphatase to Total Alkaline Phosphatase Ratio Measurement
ALPISC119266Intestinal Specific Alkaline PhosphataseA measurement of the intestinal specific alkaline phosphatase isoform in a biological specimen.Intestinal Specific Alkaline Phosphatase Measurement
ALPISOEC139091Alkaline Phosphatase IsoenzymeA measurement of the alkaline phosphatase isoenzyme in a biological specimen.Alkaline Phosphatase Isoenzyme Measurement
ALPLALPC147296Alk Phos, Liver/Total Alk Phos;Alkaline Phosphatase, Liver/Total Alkaline PhosphataseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the liver specific alkaline phosphatase isoform to total alkaline phosphatase in a biological specimen.Liver Alkaline Phosphatase to Total Alkaline Phosphatase Ratio Measurement
ALPLSC119267Liver Specific Alkaline PhosphataseA measurement of the liver specific alkaline phosphatase isoform in a biological specimen.Liver Specific Alkaline Phosphatase Measurement
ALPRZLMC75370AlprazolamA measurement of the alprazolam present in a biological specimen.Alprazolam Measurement
ALTC64433Alanine Aminotransferase;SGPTA measurement of the alanine aminotransferase in a biological specimen.Alanine Aminotransferase Measurement
ALTASTC106498ALT/ASTA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the alanine aminotransferase (ALT) to aspartate aminotransferase (AST) present in a sample.Alanine Aminotransferase to Aspartate Aminotransferase Ratio Measurement
ALTCPHRLC103349Alpha TocopherolA measurement of the alpha tocopherol in a biological specimen.Alpha Tocopherol Measurement
ALUMINUMC111127Al;AluminumA measurement of aluminum in a biological specimen.Aluminum Measurement
AMAC81975Antimitochondrial Antibodies;Mitochondrial AntibodyA measurement of the antimitochondrial antibodies in a biological specimen.Antimitochondrial Antibody Measurement
AMABARABC147297ACH Receptor Modulation Antibody/ACH Receptor Antibody;ACH Receptor Modulatn Ab/ACH Receptor AbA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the acetylcholine receptor modulation antibody to the total acetylcholine receptor antibodies in a biological specimen.Acetylcholine Receptor Modulation Antibody to Acetylcholine Receptor Antibody Ratio Measurement
AMACRC132364Alpha-Methylacyl Coenzyme A RacemaseA measurement of the alpha-methylacyl coenzyme A racemase in a biological specimen.Alpha-Methylacyl Coenzyme A Racemase Measurement
AMBRBTLC75363AmobarbitalA measurement of the amobarbital present in a biological specimen.Amobarbital Measurement
AMCRMRNAC132365AMACR mRNAA measurement of the alpha-methylacyl coenzyme A racemase mRNA in a biological specimen.Alpha-Methylacyl Coenzyme A Racemase mRNA Measurement
AMHC120625Anti-Mullerian HormoneA measurement of the anti-Mullerian hormone in a biological specimen.Anti-Mullerian Hormone Measurement
AMMONIAC74799Ammonia;NH3A measurement of the ammonia in a biological specimen.Ammonia Measurement
AMORPHSDC74666Amorphous Debris;Amorphous SedimentA measurement of the amorphous sediment present in a biological specimen.Amorphous Sediment Measurement
AMPHETC74687AmphetamineA measurement of any amphetamine class drug present in a biological specimen.Amphetamine Drug Class Measurement
AMPHETDC102262Dextroamphetamine;d-amphetamineA measurement of the dextroamphetamine in a biological specimen.Dextroamphetamine Measurement
AMYLASEC64434AmylaseA measurement of the total enzyme amylase in a biological specimen.Amylase Measurement
AMYLASEMC111243MacroamylaseA measurement of macroamylase in a biological specimen.Macroamylase Measurement
AMYLASEPC98767Amylase, PancreaticA measurement of the pancreatic enzyme amylase in a biological specimen.Pancreatic Amylase Measurement
AMYLASESC98780Amylase, SalivaryA measurement of the salivary enzyme amylase in a biological specimen.Salivary Amylase Measurement
AMYLB38C103352Amyloid Beta 1-38;Amyloid Beta 38;Amyloid Beta 38 ProteinA measurement of amyloid beta protein which is composed of peptides 1 to 38 in a biological specimen.Amyloid Beta 1-38 Measurement
AMYLB40C103353Amyloid Beta 1-40;Amyloid Beta 40;Amyloid Beta 40 ProteinA measurement of amyloid beta protein which is composed of peptides 1 to 40 in a biological specimen.Amyloid Beta 1-40 Measurement
AMYLB42C84809Amyloid Beta 1-42;Amyloid Beta 42;Amyloid Beta 42 ProteinA measurement of amyloid beta protein which is composed of peptides 1 to 42 in a biological specimen.Beta Amyloid 42 Measurement
AMYLOIDAC125940Amyloid A;Serum Amyloid AA measurement of the total amyloid a (official name is Serum Amyloid A) in a biological specimen.Amyloid A Measurement
AMYLOIDBC81999Amyloid, Beta;Beta AmyloidA measurement of the total amyloid beta in a biological specimen.Beta Amyloid Measurement
AMYLOIDPC81998Amyloid PA measurement of the total amyloid P in a biological specimen.Amyloid P Measurement
ANAC74916Antinuclear AntibodiesA measurement of the total antinuclear antibodies (antibodies that attack the body's own tissue) in a biological specimen.Antinuclear Antibody Measurement
ANABASNC147298AnabasineA measurement of the anabasine in a biological specimen.Anabasine Measurement
ANAGC147299Alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidaseA measurement of the alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase in a biological specimen.Alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase Measurement
ANAIGGABC122093Antinuclear IgG AntibodyA measurement of the antinuclear IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Antinuclear IgG Antibody Measurement
ANCABC120626Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic AntibodyA measurement of the anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody Measurement
ANCATYABC147300Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody, Atypical;Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Ab, AtypicalA measurement of the atypical (cytoplasmic staining usually uniform and no interlobular accentuation) neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in a biological specimen.Atypical Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody Measurement
ANCCLSABC147301Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody, Classic;Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Ab, ClassicA measurement of the classic (cytoplasmic granular fluorescence with central interlobular accentuation) neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in a biological specimen.Classic Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody Measurement
ANCPNCABC147302Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody, Perinuclear;Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Ab, PerinuclearA measurement of the perinuclear (perinuclear staining without nuclear extension) neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies in a biological specimen.Perinuclear Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody Measurement
ANDSTNDLC74842AndrostenediolA measurement of the androstenediol metabolite in a biological specimen.Androstenediol Metabolite Measurement
ANDSTNDNC748434-Androstenedione;AndrostenedioneA measurement of the androstenedione hormone in a biological specimen.Androstenedione Measurement
ANGLBINDC91372Antiglobulin Test, Indirect;Indirect Coombs TestA test that uses Coombs' reagent to detect the presence of anti-erythrocyte antibodies in a biological specimen.Indirect Antiglobulin Test
ANGLOBDRC81974Antiglobulin Test, Direct;Direct Coombs TestA measurement of the antibody or complement-coated erythrocytes in a biological specimen in vivo.Direct Antiglobulin Test
ANGPT1C111128Angiopoietin 1A measurement of angiopoietin 1 in a biological specimen.Angiopoietin 1 Measurement
ANGTNS1C74844Angiotensin IA measurement of the angiotensin I hormone in a biological specimen.Angiotensin I Measurement
ANGTNS2C74845Angiotensin IIA measurement of the angiotensin II hormone in a biological specimen.Angiotensin II Measurement
ANGTNSGNC74846Angiotensin Precursor;AngiotensinogenA measurement of the angiotensinogen hormone in a biological specimen.Angiotensinogen Measurement
ANIONGC74685Anion GapA computed estimate of the unmeasured anions (those other than the chloride and bicarbonate anions) in a biological specimen.Anion Gap Measurement
ANIONG3C147303Anion Gap 3A computed estimate of the unmeasured anions (computed as sodium minus the chloride and bicarbonate) in a biological specimen.Anion Gap 3 Measurement
ANIONG4C147304Anion Gap 4A computed estimate of the unmeasured anions (computed as the difference between the sum of serum sodium + serum potassium and the sum of the serum bicarbonate+ chloride) in a biological specimen.Anion Gap 4 Measurement
ANISOC74797Anisocytes;AnisocytosisA measurement of the variability in the size of the red blood cells in a whole blood specimen.Anisocyte Measurement
ANPC74886Atrial Natriuretic Peptide;AtriopeptinA measurement of the atrial natriuretic peptide in a biological specimen.Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Measurement
ANPPRONTC139088N-Terminal ProA-type Natriuretic Peptide;N-terminal pro-Atrial Natriuretic Peptide;NT proANP IIA measurement of the N-terminal proA-type natriuretic peptide in a biological specimen.N-Terminal ProA-type Natriuretic Peptide Measurement
ANTHRMC81958Antithrombin;Antithrombin Activity;Antithrombin III;Antithrombin III ActivityA measurement of the antithrombin activity in a biological specimen.Antithrombin Activity Measurement
ANTHRMAGC81977Antithrombin Antigen;Antithrombin III AntigenA measurement of the antithrombin antigen in a biological specimen.Antithrombin Antigen Measurement
ANTIDPRSC74691AntidepressantsA measurement of any antidepressant class drug present in a biological specimen.Antidepressant Measurement
ANUABC120627Anti-Nucleosome AntibodyA measurement of the anti-nucleosome antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Nucleosome Antibody Measurement
APLABC102258Antiphospholipid AntibodiesA measurement of the total antiphospholipid antibodies in a biological specimen.Antiphospholipid Antibody Measurement
APLIGGABC124335Anti-Phospholipid IgG AntibodyA measurement of the antiphospholipid IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Phospholipid IgG Antibody Measurement
APLIGMABC124336Anti-Phospholipid IgM AntibodyA measurement of the antiphospholipid IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Phospholipid IgM Antibody Measurement
APLSMA2C103351Alpha-2 Antiplasmin;Alpha-2 Plasmin InhibitorA measurement of the alpha-2 antiplasmin in a biological specimen.Alpha-2 Antiplasmin Measurement
APLSMA2AC122094Alpha-2 Antiplasmin ActivityA measurement of the alpha-2 antiplasmin activity in a biological specimen.Alpha-2 Antiplasmin Activity Measurement
APOAC124337Apolipoprotein AA measurement of the total apolipoprotein A in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein A Measurement
APOA1C74733Apolipoprotein A1A measurement of the apolipoprotein A1 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein A1 Measurement
APOA2C82000Apolipoprotein AIIA measurement of the apolipoprotein AII in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein AII Measurement
APOA4C103354Apolipoprotein A4A measurement of the apolipoprotein A4 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein A4 Measurement
APOA5C103355Apolipoprotein A5A measurement of the apolipoprotein A5 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein A5 Measurement
APOBC74734Apolipoprotein BA measurement of the total apolipoprotein B in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein B Measurement
APOB100C120628Apolipoprotein B100A measurement of the apolipoprotein B100 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein B100 Measurement
APOB48C120629Apolipoprotein B48A measurement of the apolipoprotein B48 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein B48 Measurement
APOBAPA1C103356Apolipoprotein B/Apolipoprotein A1A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the Apolipoprotein B to Apolipoprotein A1 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein B to Apolipoprotein A1 Ratio Measurement
APOC1C120630Apolipoprotein CIA measurement of the apolipoprotein CI in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein CI Measurement
APOC2C100427Apolipoprotein C2;Apolipoprotein CIIA measurement of the apolipoprotein C2 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein C2 Measurement
APOC3C82001Apolipoprotein CIIIA measurement of the apolipoprotein CIII in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein CIII Measurement
APOEC82002Apolipoprotein EA measurement of the apolipoprotein E in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein E Measurement
APOE4C92293Apolipoprotein E4A measurement of the apolipoprotein E4 in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein E4 Measurement
APOHC82003Apolipoprotein HA measurement of the apolipoprotein H in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein H Measurement
APOJC100428Apolipoprotein J;ClusterinA measurement of the apolipoprotein J in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein J Measurement
APOJCRTC111130Apolipoprotein J/Creatinine;Clusterin/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the apolipoprotein J to creatinine in a biological specimen.Apolipoprotein J to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
APPAC119268Amyloid Alpha Precursor ProteinA measurement of the amyloid alpha precursor protein present in a biological specimen.Amyloid Alpha Precursor Protein Measurement
APPBC105438Amyloid Beta Precursor;Amyloid Beta Precursor Protein;Amyloid Precursor Beta;Amyloid Precursor ProteinA measurement of the amyloid beta precursor protein present in a biological specimen.Amyloid Beta Precursor Protein Measurement
APPEARC25377Specimen AppearanceThe outward or visible aspect of a specimen.Appearance
APPTC119269Total Amyloid Precursor ProteinA measurement of the total amyloid precursor protein present in a biological specimen.Total Amyloid Precursor Protein Measurement
APRILC111123A Proliferation-Inducing Ligand;CD256;TNFSF13;Tumor Necrosis Factor Ligand Superfamily Member 13A measurement of the a proliferation-inducing ligand in a biological specimen.A Proliferation-Inducing Ligand Measurement
APROTCRSC100471Activated Protein C Resistance;Factor V Leiden ScreenA measurement of the resistance in the anticoagulation response to activated protein C in a biological specimen.Activated Protein C Resistance Measurement
APTTC38462Activated Partial Thromboplastin TimeA measurement of the length of time that it takes for clotting to occur when reagents are added to a plasma specimen. The test is partial due to the absence of tissue factor (Factor III) from the reaction mixture.Partial Thromboplastin Time
APTTLASC102277APTT-LA;Lupus Anticoagulant Sensitive APTTA measurement of the length of time that it takes for clotting to occur when a lupus sensitive reagent is added to a plasma specimen.Lupus Anticoagulant Sensitive APTT Measurement
APTTSTNDC98862Activated PTT/Standard;Activated PTT/Standard PTT;Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time/Standard Thromboplastin TimeA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the subject's partial thromboplastin time to a standard or control partial thromboplastin time.Activated PTT/Standard Ratio Measurement
ARAC102259Arachidonic AcidA measurement of the arachidonic acid present in a biological specimen.Arachidonic Acid Measurement
ARGC122095ArginineA measurement of the arginine in a biological specimen.Arginine Measurement
ARRC124338Aldosterone/Renin ActivityA relative measurement (ratio) of the aldosterone to renin activity in a biological specimen.Aldosterone to Renin Activity Ratio Measurement
ARSENICC147305Arsenic;AsA measurement of the arsenic in a biological specimen.Arsenic Measurement
ASCABC81976Anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae AntibodyA measurement of the anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Saccharomyces cerevisiae Antibody Measurement
ASNC122096AsparagineA measurement of the asparagine in a biological specimen.Asparagine Measurement
ASPC122097Aspartate;Aspartic AcidA measurement of the aspartic acid in a biological specimen.Aspartic Acid Measurement
ASSDNAC92269Anti-Single Stranded DNA IgGA measurement of the anti-single stranded DNA IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Anti-Single Stranded DNA IgG Measurement
ASTC64467Aspartate Aminotransferase;SGOTA measurement of the aspartate aminotransferase in a biological specimen.Aspartate Aminotransferase Measurement
ASTAGC81978Aspartate Aminotransferase Antigen;SGOT AntigenA measurement of the aspartate aminotransferase antigen in a biological specimen.Aspartate Aminotransferase Antigen Measurement
ASTCREATC117830Aspartate Aminotransferase/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the aspartate aminotransferase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Aspartate Aminotransferase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
ASYNPC142272Alpha Synuclein ProteinA measurement of the alpha synuclein protein in a biological specimen.Alpha Synuclein Protein Measurement
ATHMBAACC147306Antithrombin Activity Actual/Antithrombin Activity Control;Antithrombin Activity Actual/Control;Antithrombin Activity Actual/NormalA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the biological activity of antithrombin in a subject's specimen when compared to the same activity in a control specimen.Antithrombin Activity Actual to Control Ratio Measurement
ATPC147307Adenosine TriphosphateA measurement of the adenosine triphosphate in a biological specimen.Adenosine Triphosphate Measurement
ATPVITEC103350Alpha Tocopherol/Vitamin EA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of alpha-tocopherol to the total vitamin E in a biological specimen.Alpha Tocopherol to Vitamin E Ratio Measurement
AUERRODSC74657Auer RodsA measurement of the Auer rods (elongated needle structures that are found in the cytoplasm of leukemic blasts and are formed by clumps of azurophilic granular material) in a biological specimen.Auer Rod Measurement
AZURGRANC116185Azurophilic Granulation;Azurophilic GranulesAn observation of azurophilic granules in a biological specimen.Azurophilic Granule Measurement
B1BGLPC127607Beta-1B Glycoprotein;HPX;HemopexinA measurement of the beta-1B glycoprotein in a biological specimen.Beta-1B Glycoprotein Measurement
B2G1GAABC147308Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgA AntibodyA measurement of the beta-2 glycoprotein 1 IgG antibodies in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgA Antibody Measurement
B2G1GGABC103358Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Beta-2 glycoprotein 1 IgG antibodies in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgG Antibody Measurement
B2G1GMABC103359Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Beta-2 glycoprotein 1 IgM antibodies in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 IgM Antibody Measurement
B2GLYABC81979Beta-2 Glycoprotein AntibodyA measurement of the beta-2 glycoprotein antibody in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Glycoprotein Antibody Measurement
B2MCREATC127608Beta-2 Microglobulin/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio) of the beta-2 microglobulin to creatinine in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Microglobulin to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
B2MICGC81980Beta-2 MicroglobulinA measurement of the beta-2 microglobulin in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Microglobulin Measurement
BACTC64469BacteriaA measurement of the bacteria in a biological specimen.Bacterial Count
BAFFC111135B-Cell Activating FactorA measurement of the B-cell activating factor in a biological specimen.B-Cell Activating Factor Measurement
BARBC74688BarbituratesA measurement of any barbiturate class drug present in a biological specimen.Barbiturate Drug Class Measurement
BASEDEFC147309Base DeficitA measurement of the amount of alkali required to return a biological specimen to a normal pH under standard conditions.Base Deficit
BASEEXCSC119270Base ExcessA measurement of the amount of acid required to return a biological specimen to a normal pH under standard conditions.Base Excess Measurement
BASOC64470BasophilsA measurement of the basophils in a biological specimen.Total Basophil Count
BASOBC130154Basophils Band FormA measurement of the banded basophils in a biological specimen.Basophil Band Form Count
BASOBLEC130155Basophils Band Form/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the banded basophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Basophil Band Form to Leukocytes Ratio Measurement
BASOCEC98865Basophils/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the basophils to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Basophil to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
BASOIMC96670Immature BasophilsA measurement of the immature basophils in a biological specimen.Immature Basophil Count
BASOIMLEC96671Immature Basophils/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of immature basophils to total leukocytes in a biological specimen.Immature Basophil to Leukocyte Ratio Measurement
BASOLEC64471Basophils/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the basophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Basophil to Leukocyte Ratio
BASOMMC135399Basophilic MetamyelocytesA measurement of the basophilic metamyelocytes in a biological specimen.Basophilic Metamyelocyte Count
BASOMYLC135400Basophilic MyelocytesA measurement of the basophilic myelocytes in a biological specimen.Basophilic Myelocyte Count
BASOSGC135401Basophils, SegmentedA measurement of the segmented basophils in a biological specimen.Segmented Basophil Count
BBIGGMABC147310B. burgdorferi IgG and IgM Antibody;Borrelia burgdorferi IgG and IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Borrelia burgdorferi IgG and IgM antibodies in a biological specimen.Borrelia burgdorferi IgG and IgM Antibody Measurement
BBRABC122098Borrelia burgdorferi Antibody;Lyme AntibodyA measurement of the total Borrelia burgdorferi antibody in a biological specimen.Borrelia Burgdorferi Antibody Measurement
BBRIGAABC122099Borrelia burgdorferi IgA Antibody;Lyme IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Borrelia burgdorferi IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Borrelia Burgdorferi IgA Antibody Measurement
BBRIGGABC122100Borrelia burgdorferi IgG Antibody;Lyme IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Borrelia burgdorferi IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Borrelia Burgdorferi IgG Antibody Measurement
BBRIGMABC122101Borrelia burgdorferi IgM Antibody;Lyme IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Borrelia burgdorferi IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Borrelia Burgdorferi IgM Antibody Measurement
BCEFNCTNC123455Beta-cell FunctionA measurement of the beta cell function (insulin production and secretion) in a biological specimen.Beta-Cell Function Measurement
BD2C122102Beta-defensin 2A measurement of the beta-defensin 2 in a biological specimen.Beta-defensin 2 Measurement
BDNFC82004Brain-Derived Neurotrophic FactorA measurement of the brain-derived neurotrophic factor in a biological specimen.Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Measurement
BETACRTNC100472Beta Carotene;Beta Carotin;b-CaroteneA measurement of the beta carotene in a biological specimen.Beta Carotene Measurement
BHYXBTRC965683-Hydroxybutyrate;B-Hydroxybutyrate;Beta-HydroxybutyrateA measurement of the total Beta-hydroxybutyrate in a biological specimen.Beta-Hydroxybutyrate Measurement
BICARBC74667Bicarbonate;HCO3A measurement of the bicarbonate in a biological specimen.Bicarbonate Measurement
BILDIRC64481Direct BilirubinA measurement of the conjugated or water-soluble bilirubin in a biological specimen.Direct Bilirubin Measurement
BILEACC74800Bile Acid;Bile Acids;Bile Salt;Bile SaltsA measurement of the total bile acids in a biological specimen.Bile Acid Measurement
BILIC38037Bilirubin;Total BilirubinA measurement of the total bilirubin in a biological specimen.Total Bilirubin Measurement
BILINDC64483Indirect BilirubinA measurement of the unconjugated or non-water-soluble bilirubin in a biological specimen.Indirect Bilirubin Measurement
BITECEC74700Bite CellsA measurement of the bite cells (erythrocytes with the appearance of a bite having been removed, due to oxidative hemolysis) in a biological specimen.Bite Cell Count
BJPROTC111136Bence-Jones ProteinA measurement of the total Bence-Jones protein in a biological specimen.Bence-Jones Protein Measurement
BLASTC74605BlastsA measurement of the blast cells in a biological specimen.Blast Count
BLASTCEC150836Blasts/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the blasts to total cells in a biological specimen.Blasts to Total Cells Ratio Measurement
BLASTERYC147311Basophilic ErythroblastA measurement of the basophilic erythroblasts in a biological specimen taken from a non-human organism.Basophilic Erythroblast Count
BLASTIMMC103407Immunoblastic Lymphocytes;ImmunoblastsA measurement of the immunoblasts in a biological specimen.Immunoblast Count
BLASTLEC64487Blasts/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the blasts to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Blast to Leukocyte Ratio
BLASTLMC74630Leukemic BlastsA measurement of the leukemic blasts (lymphoblasts that remain in an immature state even when outside the bone marrow) in a biological specimen.Leukemic Blast Count
BLASTNCEC147312Blasts/Nucleated CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the blasts to the total nucleated cells in a biological specimen.Blasts to Nucleated Cells Ratio Measurement
BLASTRUBC100446Proerythroblast;Pronormoblast;RubriblastA measurement of the rubriblasts in a biological specimen.Proerythroblast Measurement
BLEEDTC89775Bleeding Time;Clotting Time HomeostasisA measurement of the time from the start to cessation of an induced bleed.Bleeding Time
BLISTCEC127609Blister CellA measurement of the blister cells in a biological specimen.Blister Cell Count
BLSTIMLYC106535Immunoblasts/Lymphocytes;Lymphocytes, Immunoblastic/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of immunoblasts to all lymphocytes present in a sample.Immunoblasts to Lymphocytes Ratio Measurement
BLSTLMLYC74641Leukemic Blasts/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the leukemic blasts (immature lymphoblasts) to mature lymphocytes in a biological specimen.Leukemic Blast to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
BLSTLYC102278LymphoblastsA measurement of the lymphoblasts (immature cells that differentiate to form lymphocytes) in a biological specimen.Lymphoblast Count
BLSTLYLEC105444Lymphoblasts/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the lymphoblasts to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Lymphoblast to Leukocyte Ratio Measurement
BLSTMBCEC98761Myeloblasts/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the myeloblasts to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Myeloblast to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
BLSTMGKC98752MegakaryoblastsA measurement of the megakaryoblasts in a biological specimen.Megakaryoblast Cell Count
BLSTMKCEC98753Megakaryoblasts/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the megakaryoblasts to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Megakaryoblast to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
BLSTNMCEC98764Normoblasts/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the normoblasts to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Normoblast to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
BLSTRBCEC98870Proerythroblast/Total Cells;Pronormoblasts/Total Cells;Rubriblast/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the rubriblasts to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Pronormoblast to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
BLSTRSIDC100419Ringed SideroblastsA measurement of the ringed sideroblasts (abnormal nucleated erythroblasts with a large number of iron deposits in the perinuclear mitochondria, forming a ring around the nucleus) in a biological specimen.Ring Sideroblast Measurement
BLSTSIDC100418SideroblastA measurement of the sideroblasts (nucleated erythroblasts with iron granules in the cytoplasm) in a biological specimen.Sideroblast Measurement
BLYMXMC128951B-lymphocyte CrossmatchA measurement to determine human leukocyte antigens (HLA) histocompatibility between the recipient and the donor by examining the presence or absence of the recipient's anti-HLA antibody reactivity towards HLA antigens expressed on the donor B-lymphocytes.B-lymphocyte Crossmatch Measurement
BNPC74735B-Type Natriuretic Peptide;Brain Natriuretic PeptideA measurement of the brain (B-type) natriuretic peptide in a biological specimen.Brain Natriuretic Peptide Measurement
BNPPROC82032Pro-Brain Natriuretic Peptide;ProB-type Natriuretic Peptide;proBNPA measurement of the proB-type natriuretic peptide in a biological specimen.ProB-Type Natriuretic Peptide Measurement
BNPPRONTC96610N-Terminal ProB-type Natriuretic Peptide;N-terminal pro-Brain Natriuretic Peptide;NT proBNP IIA measurement of the N-terminal proB-type natriuretic peptide in a biological specimen.N-Terminal ProB-type Natriuretic Peptide Measurement
BNZDZPNC74692BenzodiazepineA measurement of any benzodiazepine class drug present in a biological specimen.Benzodiazepine Measurement
BNZLCGNC75350Benzoylecgonine;Cocaine MetaboliteA measurement of the benzoylecgonine in a biological specimen.Benzoylecgonine Measurement
BPIABC120631BPI Auto-antibody;Bactericidal/Permeability-Inc Protein AbA measurement of the bactericidal/permeability-increasing protein antibody in a biological specimen.Bactericidal/Permeability-Increasing Protein Antibody Measurement
BTECERBCC74634Bite Cells/ErythrocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of bite cells (erythrocytes with the appearance of a bite having been removed, due to oxidative hemolysis) to all erythrocytes in a biological specimen.Bite Cell to Erythrocyte Ratio Measurement
BTLBTLC75365ButalbitalA measurement of the butalbital present in a biological specimen.Butalbital Measurement
BTPC100426Beta-Trace ProteinA measurement of the beta-trace protein in a biological specimen.Beta-Trace Protein Measurement
BUCHEC111142Acylcholine Acylhydrolase;Butyrylcholinesterase;Non-neuronal Cholinesterase;Plasma Cholinesterase;PseudocholinesteraseA measurement of the total butyrylcholinesterase in a biological specimen.Butyrylcholinesterase Measurement
BUPRENC75352BuprenorphineA measurement of the buprenorphine drug present in a biological specimen.Buprenorphine Measurement
BURRCEC74701Burr CellsA measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes characterized by the presence of small, blunt projections evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a biological specimen.Burr Cell Count
C130068C130068Bermuda Grass Pollen IgEA measurement of the Cynodon dactylon pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Bermuda Grass Pollen IgE Measurement
C130069C130069Bermuda Grass Pollen IgAA measurement of the Cynodon dactylon pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Bermuda Grass Pollen IgA Measurement
C130070C130070Bermuda Grass Pollen IgGA measurement of the Cynodon dactylon pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Bermuda Grass Pollen IgG Measurement
C130071C130071Bermuda Grass Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Cynodon dactylon pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Bermuda Grass Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130072C130072Birch Pollen IgEA measurement of the Betula pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Birch Pollen IgE Measurement
C130073C130073Birch Pollen IgAA measurement of the Betula pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Birch Pollen IgA Measurement
C130074C130074Birch Pollen IgGA measurement of the Betula pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Birch Pollen IgG Measurement
C130075C130075Birch Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Betula pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Birch Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130076C130076Silver Birch Pollen IgEA measurement of the Betula verrucosa pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Silver Birch Pollen IgE Measurement
C130077C130077Silver Birch Pollen IgAA measurement of the Betula verrucosa pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Silver Birch Pollen IgA Measurement
C130078C130078Silver Birch Pollen IgGA measurement of the Betula verrucosa pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Silver Birch Pollen IgG Measurement
C130079C130079Silver Birch Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Betula verrucosa pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Silver Birch Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130080C130080Cocksfoot Grass Pollen IgE;Orchard Grass Pollen IgEA measurement of the Dactylis glomerata pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Orchard Grass Pollen IgE Measurement
C130081C130081Cocksfoot Grass Pollen IgA;Orchard Grass Pollen IgAA measurement of the Dactylis glomerata pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Orchard Grass Pollen IgA Measurement
C130082C130082Cocksfoot Grass Pollen IgG;Orchard Grass Pollen IgGA measurement of the Dactylis glomerata pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Orchard Grass Pollen IgG Measurement
C130083C130083Cocksfoot Grass Pollen IgG4;Orchard Grass Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Dactylis glomerata pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Orchard Grass Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130084C130084English Plantain Pollen IgEA measurement of the Plantagio lanceolata pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.English Plantain Pollen IgE Measurement
C130085C130085English Plantain Pollen IgAA measurement of the Plantagio lanceolata pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.English Plantain Pollen IgA Measurement
C130086C130086English Plantain Pollen IgGA measurement of the Plantagio lanceolata pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.English Plantain Pollen IgG Measurement
C130087C130087English Plantain Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Plantagio lanceolata pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.English Plantain Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130088C130088Timothy Grass Pollen IgEA measurement of the Phleum pratense pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Timothy Grass Pollen IgE Measurement
C130089C130089Timothy Grass Pollen IgAA measurement of the Phleum pratense pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Timothy Grass Pollen IgA Measurement
C130090C130090Timothy Grass Pollen IgGA measurement of the Phleum pratense pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Timothy Grass Pollen IgG Measurement
C130091C130091Timothy Grass Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Phleum pratense pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Timothy Grass Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130092C130092Western Ragweed Pollen IgEA measurement of the Ambrosia psilostachya pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Western Ragweed Pollen IgE Measurement
C130093C130093Western Ragweed Pollen IgAA measurement of the Ambrosia psilostachya pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Western Ragweed Pollen IgA Measurement
C130094C130094Western Ragweed Pollen IgGA measurement of the Ambrosia psilostachya pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Western Ragweed Pollen IgG Measurement
C130095C130095Western Ragweed Pollen IgG4A measurement of the Ambrosia psilostachya pollen antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Western Ragweed Pollen IgG4 Measurement
C130096C130096Mucor racemosus IgEA measurement of the Mucor racemosus antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Mucor racemosus IgE Measurement
C130097C130097Mucor racemosus IgAA measurement of the Mucor racemosus antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Mucor racemosus IgA Measurement
C130098C130098Mucor racemosus IgGA measurement of the Mucor racemosus antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Mucor racemosus IgG Measurement
C130099C130099Mucor racemosus IgG4A measurement of the Mucor racemosus antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Mucor racemosus IgG4 Measurement
C130100C130100Mixed Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the mixed antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Mixed Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130101C130101Tree Mix Pollen Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the tree mix pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Tree Mix Pollen Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130102C130102Tree Mix Pollen Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the tree mix pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Tree Mix Pollen Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130103C130103Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the grass mix pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130104C130104Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the grass mix pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130105C130105Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the grass mix pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Grass Mix Pollen Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130106C130106Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the weed mix pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130107C130107Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the weed mix pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130108C130108Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the weed mix pollen antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Weed Mix Pollen Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130109C130109Mold Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the mold mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Mold Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130110C130110Mold Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the mold mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Mold Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130111C130111Mold Mix Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the mold mix antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Mold Mix Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130112C130112Animal Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the animal mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Animal Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130113C130113Animal Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the animal mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Animal Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130114C130114Industrial Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the industrial mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Industrial Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130115C130115Industrial Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the industrial mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Industrial Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130116C130116Bee Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the bee mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Bee Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130117C130117Bee Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the bee mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Bee Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130118C130118Bee Mix Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the bee mix antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Bee Mix Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130119C130119Dairy Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the dairy mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Dairy Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130120C130120Shellfish Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the shellfish mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Shellfish Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130121C130121Shellfish Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the shellfish mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Shellfish Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130122C130122Nut Mix Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the nut mix antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Nut Mix Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130123C130123Nut Mix Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the nut mix antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Nut Mix Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130124C130124Cat Dander Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Felis catus dander antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Cat Dander Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130125C130125Cat Dander Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Felis catus dander antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Cat Dander Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130126C130126Cat Dander Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Felis catus dander antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Cat Dander Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130127C130127Cat Dander Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the Felis catus dander antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Cat Dander Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130128C130128Dog Dander Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Canis lupus dander antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Dog Dander Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130129C130129Dog Dander Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Canis lupus dander antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Dog Dander Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130130C130130Dog Dander Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Canis lupus dander antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Dog Dander Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130131C130131Dog Dander Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the Canis lupus dander antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Dog Dander Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130132C130132D. farinae Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Dermatophagoides farinae antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Dermatophagoides farinae Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130133C130133D. farinae Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Dermatophagoides farinae antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Dermatophagoides farinae Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130134C130134D. pteronyssinus Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130135C130135D. pteronyssinus Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130136C130136American Cockroach Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Periplaneta americana antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.American Cockroach Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130137C130137American Cockroach Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Periplaneta americana antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.American Cockroach Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130138C130138American Cockroach Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Periplaneta americana antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.American Cockroach Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130139C130139American Cockroach Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the Periplaneta americana antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.American Cockroach Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130140C130140German Cockroach Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Blattella germanica antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.German Cockroach Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130141C130141German Cockroach Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Blattella germanica antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.German Cockroach Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130142C130142German Cockroach Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Blattella germanica antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.German Cockroach Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130143C130143German Cockroach Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the Blattella germanica antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.German Cockroach Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130144C130144A. fumigatus Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Aspergillus fumigatus antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Aspergillus fumigatus Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130145C130145A. fumigatus Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Aspergillus fumigatus antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Aspergillus fumigatus Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130146C130146P. notatum Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Penicillium notatum antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Penicillium notatum Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130147C130147P. notatum Antigen IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Penicillium notatum antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Penicillium notatum Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130148C130148P. notatum Antigen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Penicillium notatum antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Penicillium notatum Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130149C130149P. notatum Antigen IgG4 AntibodyA measurement of the Penicillium notatum antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Penicillium notatum Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C130150C130150A. tenuis alternata Antigen IgE ABA measurement of the Alternaria tenuis alternata antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Alternaria tenuis alternata Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C130151C130151A. tenuis alternata Antigen IgA ABA measurement of the Alternaria tenuis alternata antigen IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Alternaria tenuis alternata Antigen IgA Antibody Measurement
C130152C130152A. tenuis alternata Antigen IgG ABA measurement of the Alternaria tenuis alternata antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Alternaria tenuis alternata Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
C130153C130153A. tenuis alternata Antigen IgG4 ABA measurement of the Alternaria tenuis alternata antigen IgG4 antibody in a biological specimen.Alternaria tenuis alternata Antigen IgG4 Antibody Measurement
C142249C142249S. pneumonia Sero 1 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 1 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 1 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 1 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142250C142250S. pneumonia Sero 2 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 2 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 2 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 2 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142251C142251S. pneumonia Sero 3 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 3 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 3 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 3 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142252C142252S. pneumonia Sero 4 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 4 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 4 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 4 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142253C142253S. pneumonia Sero 5 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 5 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 5 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 5 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142254C142254S. pneumonia Sero 6B IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 6B IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 6B IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 6B IgG Antibody Measurement
C142255C142255S. pneumonia Sero 7F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 7F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 7F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 7F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142256C142256S. pneumonia Sero 8 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 8 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 8 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 8 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142257C142257S. pneumonia Sero 9N IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 9N IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 9N IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 9N IgG Antibody Measurement
C142258C142258S. pneumonia Sero 9V IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 9V IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 9V IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 9V IgG Antibody Measurement
C142259C142259S. pneumonia Sero 10A IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 10A IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 10A IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 10A IgG Antibody Measurement
C142260C142260S. pneumonia Sero 11A IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 11A IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 11A IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 11A IgG Antibody Measurement
C142261C142261S. pneumonia Sero 12F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 12F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 12F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 12F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142262C142262S. pneumonia Sero 14 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 14 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 14 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 14 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142263C142263S. pneumonia Sero 15B IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 15B IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 15B IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 15B IgG Antibody Measurement
C142264C142264S. pneumonia Sero 17F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 17F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 17F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 17F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142265C142265S. pneumonia Sero 18C IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 18C IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 18C IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 18C IgG Antibody Measurement
C142266C142266S. pneumonia Sero 19F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 19F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 19F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 19F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142267C142267S. pneumonia Sero 19A IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 19A IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 19A IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 19A IgG Antibody Measurement
C142268C142268S. pneumonia Sero 20 IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 20 IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 20 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 20 IgG Antibody Measurement
C142269C142269S. pneumonia Sero 22F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 22F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 22F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 22F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142270C142270S. pneumonia Sero 23F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 23F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 23F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 23F IgG Antibody Measurement
C142271C142271S. pneumonia Sero 33F IgG AB;Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 33F IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype 33F IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Streptococcus pneumoniae Serotype 33F IgG Antibody Measurement
C147276C147276Arachis hypogaea Antigen IgE Antibody;Peanut Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Arachis hypogaea antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Arachis hypogaea Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147277C147277Bread Wheat Antigen IgE Antibody;Triticum aestivum Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Triticum aestivum antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Triticum aestivum Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147278C147278Glycine max Antigen IgE Antibody;Soybean Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Glycine max antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Glycine max Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147279C147279Corn Antigen IgE Antibody;Zea mays Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Zea mays antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Zea mays Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147280C147280Cow Milk Protein Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the cow milk protein antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Cow Milk Protein Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147281C147281Egg White Antigen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the egg white antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Egg White Antigen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147282C147282White Oak Pollen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Quercus alba pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.White Oak Pollen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147283C147283White Elm Pollen IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Ulmus americana pollen antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.White Elm Pollen IgG Antibody Measurement
C147284C147284Boxelder Pollen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Acer negundo pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Boxelder Pollen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147285C147285Common Ragweed Pollen IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Ambrosia elatior pollen antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Common Ragweed Pollen IgE Antibody Measurement
C147286C147286Cladosporium herbarum IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Cladosporium herbarum antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Cladosporium herbarum IgE Antibody Measurement
C147287C147287Penicillium chrysogenum IgE AntibodyA measurement of the Penicillium chrysogenum antigen IgE antibody in a biological specimen.Penicillium chrysogenum IgE Antibody Measurement
C1INHC147313Complement C1 Esterase InhibitorA measurement of the complement C1 esterase inhibitor in a biological specimen.Complement C1 Esterase Inhibitor Measurement
C1QABC80173Complement C1q AntibodyA measurement of the complement C1q antibody in a biological specimen.Complement C1q Antibody Measurement
C3C80174Complement C3A measurement of the complement C3 in a biological specimen.Complement C3 Measurement
C3AC80175ASP, Complement C3 DesArg, Acetylation-stimulating Protein;Complement C3aA measurement of the complement C3a in a biological specimen.Complement C3a Measurement
C3BC80176Complement C3bA measurement of the complement C3b in a biological specimen.Complement C3b Measurement
C3DABC119271Complement C3d AntibodyA measurement of the complement C3d antibody in a biological specimen.Complement C3d Antibody Measurement
C4C80177Complement C4A measurement of the complement C4 in a biological specimen.Complement C4 Measurement
C4AC80178Complement C4aA measurement of the complement C4a in a biological specimen.Complement C4a Measurement
C4DC127610Complement C4dA measurement of the complement C4d in a biological specimen.Complement C4d Measurement
C5AC80179Complement C5aA measurement of the complement C5a in a biological specimen.Complement C5a Measurement
CAC64488CalciumA measurement of the calcium in a biological specimen.Calcium Measurement
CA125AGC79089Cancer Antigen 125A measurement of the cancer antigen 125 in a biological specimen.CA-125 Measurement
CA15_3AGC103362Cancer Antigen 15-3A measurement of the cancer antigen 15-3 in a biological specimen.Cancer Antigen 15-3 Measurement
CA19_9AGC81982Cancer Antigen 19-9A measurement of the cancer antigen 19-9 in a biological specimen.Cancer Antigen 19-9 Measurement
CA1AGC103361Cancer Antigen 1A measurement of the cancer antigen 1 in a biological specimen.Cancer Antigen 1 Measurement
CA2729AGC111143Cancer Antigen 27-29A measurement of the cancer antigen 27-29 in a biological specimen.Cancer Antigen 27-29 Measurement
CA72_4AGC106505CA 72-4;Cancer Antigen 72-4;Carbohydrate Antigen 72-4A measurement of the cancer antigen 72-4 in a biological specimen.Cancer Antigen 72-4 Measurement
CABOTC74702Cabot RingsA measurement of the Cabot rings (red-purple staining, threadlike, ring or figure 8 shaped filaments in an erythrocyte) in a biological specimen.Cabot Ring Count
CACLRC96589Calcium ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of calcium by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Calcium Clearance Measurement
CACRC119272Calcium CorrectedA measurement of calcium, which has been corrected for albumin, in a biological specimen.Calcium Corrected Measurement
CACREATC79439Calcium/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the calcium to creatinine in a biological specimen.Calcium to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CACRTPC147314Calcium Corrected for Total ProteinA measurement of calcium, which has been corrected for total protein, in a biological specimen.Calcium Corrected for Total Protein Measurement
CAEXRC150815Calcium Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of calcium being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined period of time (e.g. one hour).Calcium Excretion Rate
CAFFEINEC75346CaffeineA measurement of the caffeine in a biological specimen.Caffeine Measurement
CAIONC81948Calcium, IonizedA measurement of the ionized calcium in a biological specimen.Ionized Calcium Measurement
CAIONPHC125941Calcium, Ionized pH AdjustedA measurement of the pH adjusted ionized calcium in a biological specimen.Ionized pH Adjusted Calcium Measurement
CALBC125942CalbindinA measurement of the total calbindin in a biological specimen.Calbindin Measurement
CALPROC82005CalprotectinA measurement of the calprotectin in a biological specimen.Calprotectin Measurement
CAMPC124339Cyclic Adenosine 3,5-MonophosphateA measurement of cyclic adenosine 3,5-monophosphate in a biological specimen.Cyclic Adenosine 3,5-Monophosphate Measurement
CANNABC74689CannabinoidsA measurement of any cannabinoid class drug present in a biological specimen.Cannabinoid Drug Class Measurement
CANNABSC135402Cannabinoids, SyntheticA measurement of any synthetic cannabinoid class drug present in a biological specimen.Synthetic Cannabinoid Measurement
CAPHOSC139087Calcium/Phosphate;Calcium/PhosphorusA relative measurement (ratio) of the calcium to phosphorus in a biological specimen.Calcium to Phosphorus Ratio Measurement
CAPHOSPDC103360Calcium - Phosphorus ProductA measurement of the product of the calcium and phosphate measurements in a biological specimen.Calcium and Phosphorus Product Measurement
CARBXHGBC96591CarboxyhemoglobinA measurement of the carboxyhemoglobin, carbon monoxide-bound hemoglobin, in a biological specimen.Carboxyhemoglobin Measurement
CARNITC74682CarnitineA measurement of the total carnitine in a biological specimen.Total Carnitine Measurement
CARNITATC92288Carnitine Acetyl TransferaseA measurement of the carnitine acetyl transferase in a biological specimen.Carnitine Acetyl Transferase Measurement
CARNITFC74677Carnitine, FreeA measurement of the free carnitine in a biological specimen.Free Carnitine Measurement
CARTPC142273CART;Cocaine Amphetamine-Reg Transcript Prot;Cocaine and Amphetamine-Regulated Transcript ProteinA measurement of the cocaine and amphetamine-regulated transcript protein in a biological specimen.Cocaine Amphetamine-Regulated Transcript Protein Measurement
CASTSC74763CastsA statement that indicates casts were looked for in a biological specimen.Cast Present Or Absent
CASULPHC96590Calcium SulphateA measurement of the calcium sulphate in a biological specimen.Calcium Sulphate Measurement
CATNINBC103357Beta CateninA measurement of the beta catenin in a biological specimen.Beta Catenin Measurement
CBAC135403Ba Fragment of Complement Factor B;Ba Fragment of Factor B;Complement BaA measurement of the Ba fragment of complement factor B in a biological specimen.Complement Ba Measurement
CBBC80172Bb Fragment of Complement Factor B;Bb Fragment of Factor B;Complement BbA measurement of the Bb fragment of complement factor B in a biological specimen.Complement Bb Measurement
CCKC74850Cholecystokinin;PancreozyminA measurement of the cholecystokinin hormone in a biological specimen.Cholecystokinin Measurement
CCL12C130156Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 12;Monocyte Chemotactic Protein 5A measurement of the CCL12, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 12, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 12 Measurement
CCL17C112236ABCD-2;Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 17;SCYA17;TARC;Thymus and Activation Regulated ChemokineA measurement of the CCL17, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 17, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 17 Measurement
CCL18C112237AMAC-1;AMAC1;CKB7;Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 18;DC-CK1;DCCK1;MIP4;Macrophage inflammatory protein-4;PARC;Pulmonary and Activation-Regulated Chemokine;SCYA18A measurement of the CCL18, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 18, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 18 Measurement
CCL19C130157Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 19;MIP3B;Macrophage Inflammatory Protein 3 BetaA measurement of the CCL19, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 19, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 19 Measurement
CCL21C1473156Ckine;Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 21;Secondary Lymphoid Tissue ChemokineA measurement of the CCL21, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 21, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 21 Measurement
CCL7C130158Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 7;MCP3;Monocyte Chemotactic Protein 3A measurement of the CCL7, chemokine (C-C motif) ligand 7, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 7 Measurement
CCPABC96595Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide AntibodyA measurement of the cyclic citrullinated peptide antibody in a biological specimen.Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide Antibody Measurement
CCPIGGABC147316Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide IgG Ab;Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide IgG AntibodyA measurement of the cyclic citrullinated peptide IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide IgG Antibody Measurement
CCR5C122103C-C Chemokine Receptor Type 5;CD195A measurement of the CCR5, chemokine (C-C motif) receptor type 5, in a biological specimen.C-C Chemokine Receptor Type 5 Measurement
CD1C103364CD1A count of the CD1 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD1 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD10C111146CD10A measurement of the CD10 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD10 Expressing Cell Count
CD11AC105439CD11A;CD11aA count of the CD11a expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD11A Expressing Cell Count
CD11BC105440CD11B;CD11b;Complement Component 3 Receptor 3 Subunit;Complement Receptor Type 3 Alpha Subunit;ITGAM Protein;Integrin Alpha-MA count of the CD11b expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD11B Expressing Cell Count
CD13C111147CD13A measurement of the CD13 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD13 Expressing Cell Count
CD14C103365CD14A count of the CD14 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD14 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD161ALYC122104CD161a/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD161a expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD161a to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD161LYC122105CD161/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD161 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD161 to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD19C103808CD19A count of the CD19 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD19 Expressing Cell Count
CD19LYC103812CD19/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD19 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD19 Cell to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD2C103366CD2A count of the CD2 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD2 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD20C103368CD20A count of the CD20 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD20 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD22C111148CD22A measurement of the CD22 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD22 Expressing Cell Count
CD23C111149CD23A measurement of the CD23 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD23 Expressing Cell Count
CD2LYC103367CD2/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD2 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD2 Expressing Cell to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD3C103809CD3A count of the CD3 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD3 Expressing Cell Count
CD33C111150CD33A measurement of the CD33 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD33 Expressing Cell Count
CD34C102260CD34A measurement of the CD34 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD34 Measurement
CD38C111151CD38A measurement of the CD38 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD38 Expressing Cell Count
CD3LYC103813CD3/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD3 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD3 Cell to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD4C103810CD4A count of the CD4 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD4 Expressing Cell Count
CD40C82006CD40A count of the CD40 cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD40 Measurement
CD40LC82007CD40 LigandA count of the CD40 ligand cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD40 Ligand Measurement
CD45LYC122106CD45/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD45 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD45 to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD45RALYC122107CD45RA/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD45RA expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD45RA to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD4CD8C103814CD4/CD8A relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 expressing cells to the CD8 expressing cells in a biological specimen.CD4 Cell to CD8 Cell Ratio Measurement
CD4LYC103815CD4/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD4 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD4 Cell to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CD5C103369CD5A count of the CD5 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD5 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD56C103370CD56A count of the CD56 expressing cells per unit of a biological specimen.CD56 Expressing Cell Measurement
CD79AC111152CD79AA measurement of the CD79A expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD79A Expressing Cell Count
CD8C103811CD8A count of the CD8 expressing cells per unit in a biological specimen.CD8 Expressing Cell Count
CD8LYC103816CD8/LymphocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of CD8 expressing cells to all lymphocytes in a biological specimen.CD8 Cell to Lymphocyte Ratio Measurement
CDFTXNC103381Clostridium difficile ToxinA measurement of the Clostridium difficile toxin in a biological specimen.Clostridium difficile Toxin Measurement
CDTC101016Carbohydrate-Deficient TransferrinA measurement of transferrin with a reduced number of carbohydrate moieties in a biological specimen.Carbohydrate-Deficient Transferrin Measurement
CDTTFRNC125943Carb-Deficient Transferrin/TransferrinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the carbohydrate-deficient transferrin to total transferrin in a biological specimen.Carbohydrate-Deficient Transferrin to Transferrin Ratio Measurement
CEAC81983Carcinoembryonic AntigenA measurement of the carcinoembryonic antigen in a biological specimen.Carcinoembryonic Antigen Measurement
CECC96592Circulating Endothelial CellsA measurement of the circulating endothelial cells in a biological specimen.Circulating Endothelial Cell Count
CEIMCEC111234Immature Cells/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the immature hematopoietic cells to total cells in a biological specimen.Immature Cell to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
CELLSC48938CellsA measurement of the total cells in a biological specimen.Cell Count
CELLSIMC96672Immature CellsA measurement of the total immature cells in a blood specimen.Immature Cell Count
CELLULARC111153Cellularity;Cellularity GradeA measurement of the degree, quality or condition of cells in a biological specimen.Cellularity Measurement
CENTROABC111154Centromere B AntibodiesA measurement of centromere B antibodies in a biological specimen.Centromere B Antibody Measurement
CETPC120632Cholesteryl Ester Transfer ProteinA measurement of the cholesteryl ester transfer protein in a biological specimen.Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein Measurement
CETPAC103380Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein ActA measurement of the biological activity of cholesteryl ester transfer protein in a biological specimen.Cholesteryl Ester Transfer Protein Activity Measurement
CGAC122108Chromogranin AA measurement of the chromogranin A in a biological specimen.Chromogranin A Measurement
CGMPC111165Cyclic Guanosine MonophosphateA measurement of the cyclic guanosine 3,5-monophosphate in a biological specimen.Cyclic Guanosine Monophosphate Measurement
CH100C147317CH100;Complement CH100A measurement of the complement required to lyse 100 percent of red blood cells in a biological specimen.Complement CH100 Measurement
CH50C100423CH50;Complement CH50A measurement of the complement required to lyse 50 percent of red blood cells in a biological specimen.CH50 Measurement
CHCMC139067Corpuscular HGB Concentration MeanA direct measurement of the concentration of hemoglobin within individual erythrocytes in a biological specimen, reported as a mean.Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration Mean
CHCMRC138970Ret. Corpuscular HGB Concentration Mean;Reticulocyte Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration MeanAn indirect measurement of the average concentration of hemoglobin per reticulocyte in a biological specimen, calculated as the ratio of hemoglobin to hematocrit.Reticulocyte Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration Mean
CHCNTC139066CH;Cellular Hemoglobin Content;Corpuscular Hemoglobin ContentA measurement of the mean erythrocyte hemoglobin content within an individual erythrocyte, calculated as the product of cell volume and cell hemoglobin concentration.Corpuscular Hemoglobin Content
CHDWC139068Corpuscular HGB Conc Distribution Width;Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration Distribution WidthA measurement of the standard deviation of hemoglobin concentrations in erythrocytes in a biological specimen, calculated as the standard deviation of hemoglobin content divided by the mean hemoglobin content.Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration Distribution Width
CHDWRC139069Ret Corpuscular HGB Conc Distr Width;Reticulocyte Corpuscular Hemoglobin Distribution WidthA measurement of the standard deviation of hemoglobin concentrations in reticulocytes in a biological specimen, calculated as the standard deviation of hemoglobin content divided by the mean hemoglobin content.Reticulocyte Corpuscular Hemoglobin Distribution Width
CHKABC135404Chikungunya Virus AntibodyA measurement of the Chikungunya virus antibody in a biological specimen.Chikungunya Virus Antibody Measurement
CHLMCRNC120633ChylomicronsA measurement of the chylomicrons in a biological specimen.Chylomicrons Measurement
CHOLC105586Cholesterol;Total CholesterolA measurement of the cholesterol in a biological specimen.Cholesterol Measurement
CHOLHDLC80171Cholesterol/HDL-CholesterolA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of total cholesterol to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) in a biological specimen.Cholesterol to HDL-Cholesterol Ratio Measurement
CHOLINESC92289CholinesteraseA measurement of the cholinesterase in a biological specimen.Cholinesterase Measurement
CHRMTNABC147318Chromatin AntibodiesA measurement of the chromatin antibodies in a biological specimen.Chromatin Antibody Measurement
CHYTRYPC111159ChymotrypsinA measurement of the total chymotrypsin in a biological specimen.Chymotrypsin Measurement
CICC127611Circulating Immune ComplexesA measurement of the circulating immune complexes in a biological specimen.Circulating Immune Complex Measurement
CITC122109CitrullineA measurement of the citrulline in a biological specimen.Citrulline Measurement
CITCREATC122110Citrate/Creatinine;Citric Acid/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the citrate to creatinine in a biological specimen.Citrate to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CITRATEC92248Citrate;Citric AcidA measurement of the citrate in a biological specimen.Citrate Measurement
CKC64489CPK;Creatine KinaseA measurement of the total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase Measurement
CKBBC64490Creatine Kinase BBA measurement of the homozygous B-type creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase BB Measurement
CKBBCKC79466Creatine Kinase BB/Total Creatine KinaseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the BB-type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase BB to Total Creatine Kinase Ratio Measurement
CKMBC64491Creatine Kinase MBA measurement of the heterozygous MB-type creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase MB Measurement
CKMBCKC79441Creatine Kinase MB/Total Creatine KinaseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MB-type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase MB to Total Creatine Kinase Ratio Measurement
CKMMC64494Creatine Kinase MMA measurement of the homozygous M-type creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase MM Measurement
CKMMCKC79442Creatine Kinase MM/Total Creatine KinaseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the MM-type creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Creatine Kinase MM to Total Creatine Kinase Ratio Measurement
CKMT1CKC147319CK, Macromolecular Type 1/Total CK;Creatine Kinase, Macromolecular Type 1/Total Creatine KinaseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the macromolecular type 1 creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Macromolecular Type 1 Creatine Kinase to Total Creatine Kinase Ratio Measurement
CKMT2CKC147320CK, Macromolecular Type 2/Total CK;Creatine Kinase, Macromolecular Type 2/Total Creatine KinaseA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the macromolecular type 2 creatine kinase to total creatine kinase in a biological specimen.Macromolecular Type 2 Creatine Kinase to Total Creatine Kinase Ratio Measurement
CLC64495ChlorideA measurement of the chloride in a biological specimen.Chloride Measurement
CLARITYC96594ClarityA measurement of the transparency of a biological specimen.Clarity Measurement
CLCLRC106509Chloride ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of chloride by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Chloride Clearance Measurement
CLCREATC79440Chloride/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the chloride to creatinine in a biological specimen.Chloride to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CLCTONNC74848CalcitoninA measurement of the calcitonin hormone in a biological specimen.Calcitonin Measurement
CLCTRIOLC74849CalcitriolA measurement of the calcitriol hormone in a biological specimen.Calcitriol Measurement
CLEPNSQEC135405Columnar Epi Cells/Non-Squam Epi CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the columnar epithelial cells to non-squamous epithelial cells in a biological specimen.Columnar Epithelial Cells to Non-Squamous Epithelial Cells Ratio Measurement
CLEXRC150816Chloride Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of chloride being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined period of time (e.g. one hour).Chloride Excretion Rate
CLNZPMC139082ClonazepamA measurement of the clonazepam present in a biological specimen.Clonazepam Measurement
CLRDZPXDC75371ChlordiazepoxideA measurement of the chlordiazepoxide present in a biological specimen.Chlordiazepoxide Measurement
CLRZPTC139077ClorazepateA measurement of the clorazepate present in a biological specimen.Clorazepate Measurement
CLUECEC102261Clue CellsA measurement of the clue cells in a biological specimen.Clue Cell Count
CMONOXC139084Carbon MonoxideA measurement of the carbon monoxide in a biological specimen.Carbon Monoxide Measurement
CMVIGGABC96596Cytomegalovirus IgG AntibodyA measurement of the cytomegalovirus IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Cytomegalovirus IgG Antibody Measurement
CMVIGMABC96597Cytomegalovirus IgM AntibodyA measurement of the cytomegalovirus IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Cytomegalovirus IgM Antibody Measurement
CNTIGGABC122111Centromere IgG Antibody;Centromere Protein BA measurement of the centromere IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Centromere IgG Antibody Measurement
CO2C64545Carbon DioxideA measurement of the carbon dioxide gas in a biological specimen.Carbon Dioxide Measurement
COAGIDXC112239CI;Coagulation IndexA measurement of the efficiency of coagulation of a biological specimen. This is calculated by a mathematical formula that takes into account the R value, K value, angle and maximum amplitude of clot formation.Coagulation Index Measurement
COCAINEC74690CocaineA measurement of the cocaine present in a biological specimen.Cocaine Measurement
COCBNZECC142274Cocaine Benzoylecgonine EcgonineA measurement of the cocaine, benzoylecgonine, and/or ecgonine in a biological specimen.Cocaine, Benzoylecgonine, and/or Ecgonine Measurement
COCCABC111160Coccidioides AntibodyA measurement of the coccidioides antibody in a biological specimen.Coccidioides Antibody Measurement
CODEINEC74877CodeineA measurement of the codeine present in a biological specimen.Codeine Measurement
COL4C103383Collagen Type IVA measurement of the collagen type IV in a biological specimen.Collagen Type IV Measurement
COLORC64546ColorA measurement of the color of a biological specimen.Color Assessment
COMPC111145Cartilage Oligomeric Matrix ProteinA measurement of the cartilage oligomeric matrix protein in a biological specimen.Cartilage Oligomeric Matrix Protein Measurement
CONDUCTUC102282Urine ConductivityA measurement of the urine conductivity which is a non-linear function of the electrolyte concentration in the urine.Urine Conductivity
COPEPC127612CopeptinA measurement of the copeptin in a biological specimen.Copeptin Measurement
COPPERC111161Copper;CuA measurement of copper in a biological specimen.Copper Measurement
COQ10C147321Coenzyme Q10;Ubiquinone 10A measurement of the ubiquinone 10 in a biological specimen.Ubiquinone 10 Measurement
CORCREATC106512Cortisol/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the cortisol to creatinine present in a sample.Cortisol to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CORTFRC88113Cortisol, FreeA measurement of the free, unbound cortisol in a biological specimen.Free Cortisol Measurement
CORTISOLC74781Cortisol;Total CortisolA measurement of the cortisol in a biological specimen.Cortisol Measurement
COTININEC92249CotinineA measurement of the cotinine in a biological specimen.Cotinine Measurement
CPEPCRTC150837C-peptide/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the C-peptide to creatinine in a biological specimen.C-peptide to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CPEPTIDEC74736C-peptideA measurement of the C (connecting) peptide of insulin in a biological specimen.C-peptide Measurement
CPNIGAABC92432Chlamydia pneumoniae IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Chlamydia pneumoniae IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Chlamydia pneumoniae IgA Antibody Measurement
CPNIGMABC92433Chlamydia pneumoniae IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Chlamydia pneumoniae IgM in a biological specimen.Chlamydia pneumoniae IgM Antibody Measurement
CRBMZPNC147322CarbamazepineA measurement of the carbamazepine in a biological specimen.Carbamazepine Measurement
CRDIGAABC122112Cardiolipin IgA AntibodyA measurement of the cardiolipin IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Cardiolipin IgA Antibody Measurement
CRDIGGABC111144Anti-Cardiolipin IgG Antibody;Cardiolipin IgG AntibodyA measurement of the cardiolipin IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Cardiolipin IgG Antibody Measurement
CRDIGMABC103363Cardiolipin IgM AntibodyA measurement of the cardiolipin IgM antibodies in a biological specimen.Cardiolipin IgM Antibody Measurement
CREATC64547CreatinineA measurement of the creatinine in a biological specimen.Creatinine Measurement
CREATCLRC25747Creatinine ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of creatinine by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Creatinine Clearance
CREATEXRC150817Creatinine Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of creatinine being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined amount of time (e.g. one hour).Creatinine Excretion Rate
CRENCEC74703Crenated Cells;EchinocytesA measurement of the Burr cells (erythrocytes characterized by the presence of multiple small, sharp projections evenly distributed across the cell surface) in a biological specimen.Crenated Cell Measurement
CRHC74851Corticotropin Releasing Factor;Corticotropin Releasing HormoneA measurement of the corticotropin releasing hormone in a biological specimen.Corticotropin Releasing Hormone Measurement
CRLPLSMNC100432Caeruloplasmin;CeruloplasminA measurement of ceruloplasmin in a biological specimen.Ceruloplasmin Measurement
CRNTESTRC147323Carnitine EstersA measurement of the total carnitine esters in a biological specimen.Carnitine Ester Measurement
CRPC64548C Reactive ProteinA measurement of the C reactive protein in a biological specimen.C-Reactive Protein Measurement
CRTCLRBSC147324Creatinine Clearance Adjusted for BSAA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of creatinine by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute), adjusted for body surface area.Creatinine Clearance Adjusted for BSA
CRTCLREC150847Creatinine Clearance, EstimatedAn estimate of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of creatinine by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Estimated Creatinine Clearance
CRTCREATC106511Corticosterone/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the corticosterone to creatinine present in a sample.Corticosterone to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CRTRONEC79434CorticosteroneA measurement of corticosterone in a biological specimen.Corticosterone Measurement
CRYGLBSRC147325Cryoglobulin Volume/Serum VolumeA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the volume of cryoglobulin to total serum volume in a biological specimen.Cryoglobulin Volume to Serum Volume Ratio Measurement
CRYOFBRNC147326CryofibrinogenA measurement of the cryofibrinogen in a biological specimen.Cryofibrinogen Measurement
CRYOGLBNC111164CryoglobulinA measurement of cryoglobulin in a biological specimen.Cryoglobulin Measurement
CRYSTALSC74673CrystalsA statement that indicates crystals were looked for in a biological specimen.Crystal Present Or Absent
CSABC120634Cathepsin AntibodyA measurement of the total cathepsin antibody in a biological specimen.Cathepsin Antibody Measurement
CSBACTC74762Bacterial CastsA measurement of the bacterial casts present in a biological specimen.Bacterial Cast Measurement
CSBROADC96588Broad CastsA measurement of the broad casts in a biological specimen.Broad Casts Measurement
CSCELLC74764Cellular CastsA measurement of the cellular (white blood cell, red blood cell, epithelial and bacterial) casts present in a biological specimen.Cellular Cast Measurement
CSCYLC150838Cylindroid CastsA measurement of cylindroid casts (casts with a tapering end) in a biological specimen.Cylindroid Cast Measurement
CSEPIC74779Epithelial CastsA measurement of the epithelial cell casts present in a biological specimen.Epithelial-Cast Measurement
CSEPI846C112220846-Epitope;Aggrecan Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 846;CS846;Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 846;Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycan 1 Epitope 846A measurement of the 846 epitope present on the chondroitin sulfate chains of aggrecan in a biological specimen.Aggrecan Chondroitin Sulfate Epitope 846 Measurement
CSFATC74766Fatty CastsA measurement of the fatty casts present in a biological specimen.Fatty Cast Measurement
CSGRANC74768Granular CastsA measurement of the granular (coarse and fine) casts present in a biological specimen.Granular Cast Measurement
CSGRANCC74765Granular Coarse CastsA measurement of the coarse granular casts present in a biological specimen.Coarse Granular Cast Measurement
CSGRANFC74769Granular Fine CastsA measurement of the fine granular casts present in a biological specimen.Granular Fine Cast Measurement
CSHYALC74770Hyaline CastsA measurement of the hyaline casts present in a biological specimen.Hyaline Cast Measurement
CSMIXC74771Mixed CastsA measurement of the mixed (the cast contains a mixture of cell types) casts present in a biological specimen.Mixed Cast Count
CSRBCC74772Erythrocyte Casts;RBC CastsA measurement of the red blood cell casts present in a biological specimen.Red Blood Cell Cast Measurement
CSUNCLAC74776Unclassified CastsA measurement of the unclassifiable casts present in a biological specimen.Unclassified Cast Measurement
CSWAXC74777Waxy CastsA measurement of the waxy casts present in a biological specimen.Waxy Cell Cast Measurement
CSWBCC74778WBC CastsA measurement of the white blood cell casts present in a biological specimen.White Blood Cell Cast Measurement
CTBIGGABC116194Cholera Toxin B Subunit IgG AntibodyA measurement of the cholera toxin B subunit IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Cholera Toxin B Subunit IgG Antibody Measurement
CTCC96593Circulating Tumor CellsA measurement of the circulating tumor cells in a biological specimen.Circulating Tumor Cell Count
CTLPRMC147327CitalopramA measurement of the citalopram present in a biological specimen.Citalopram Measurement
CTOTC80160Complement TotalA measurement of the total complement in a biological specimen.Complement Measurement
CTRIGAABC100464Chlamydia trachomatis IgA AntibodyA measurement of the Chlamydia trachomatis IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Chlamydia trachomatis IgA Antibody Measurement
CTRIGGABC100466Chlamydia trachomatis IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Chlamydia trachomatis IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Chlamydia trachomatis IgG Antibody Measurement
CTRIGMABC100465Chlamydia trachomatis IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Chlamydia trachomatis IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Chlamydia trachomatis IgM Antibody Measurement
CTTIGGABC103382Clostridium tetani IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Clostridium tetani IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Clostridium tetani IgG Antibody Measurement
CTXIC82038Type I Collagen C-Telopeptides;Type I Collagen X-linked C-telopeptideA measurement of the type I collagen cross-linked C-telopeptides in a biological specimen.Type I Collagen C-Telopeptide Measurement
CTXICRTC127613Type I Collagen C-Telopeptides/Creat;Type I Collagen X-Linked C-Telopeptides/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the type I collagen cross-linked C-telopeptides to creatinine in a biological specimen.Type I Collagen C-Telopeptide to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CTXIGGABC135406Clostridium tetani Toxoid IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Clostridium tetani toxoid IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Clostridium tetani Toxoid IgG Antibody Measurement
CTXIIC82040Type II Collagen C-Telopeptides;Type II Collagen X-Linked C-TelopeptidesA measurement of the type II collagen cross-linked C-telopeptides in a biological specimen.Type II Collagen C-Telopeptide Measurement
CTXIICRTC122113Type II Collagen C-Telopeptides/Creat;Type II Collagen X-Linked C-Telopeptides/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the type II collagen cross-linked C-telopeptides to creatinine in a biological specimen.Type II Collagen C-Telopeptides to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CXCL1C128952Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 1;GRO Alpha;GRO/KC;Melanoma Growth Stimulating Activity, AlphaA measurement of the CXCL1, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 1, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 1 Measurement
CXCL10C112238Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 10;IP-10;Interferon Gamma-induced Protein 10;Small-inducible Cytokine B10A measurement of the CXCL10, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 10, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 10 Measurement
CXCL13C147328B Lymphocyte Chemoattractant;Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 13A measurement of the CXCL13, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 13, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 13 Measurement
CXCL3C147329Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 3;GRO Gamma;MIP2 Beta;MIP2B;Macrophage Inflammatory Protein 2-BetaA measurement of the CXCL3, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 3, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 3 Measurement
CXCL4C147330Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 4;Oncostatin A;PLF4;Platelet Factor 4A measurement of the CXCL4, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 4, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 4 Measurement
CXCL6C130159Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 6;GCP2;Granulocyte Chemotactic Protein 2A measurement of the CXCL6, chemokine (C-X-C motif) ligand 6, in a biological specimen.Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Ligand 6 Measurement
CXCR3C100431CD183;CXCR3;Chemokine (C-X-C Motif) Receptor 3;GPR9A measurement of the CXCR3, chemokine (C-X-C motif) receptor 3, in a biological specimen.Chemokine Receptor CXCR3 Measurement
CYACIDUC74912Acid Urate CrystalsA measurement of the acid urate crystals present in a biological specimen.Acid Urate Crystal Measurement
CYAMMBIUC105590Acid Ammonium Urate Crystals;Ammonium Biurate Crystals;Ammonium Urate CrystalsA measurement of the ammonium biurate crystals present in a biological specimen.Ammonium Biurate Crystals Measurement
CYAMMOXC74759Ammonium Oxalate CrystalsA measurement of the ammonium oxalate crystals present in a urine specimen.Urine Ammonium Oxalate Crystal Measurement
CYAMORPHC74665Amorphous CrystalsA measurement of the amorphous (Note: phosphate or urate, depending on pH) crystals present in a biological specimen.Amorphous Crystal Measurement
CYAMPPHC92243Amorphous Phosphate CrystalsA measurement of the amorphous phosphate crystals in a biological specimen.Amorphous Phosphate Crystals Measurement
CYAMPURTC92244Amorphous Urate CrystalsA measurement of the amorphous urate crystals in a biological specimen.Amorphous Urate Crystals Measurement
CYBILIC74668Bilirubin CrystalsA measurement of the bilirubin crystals present in a biological specimen.Bilirubin Crystal Measurement
CYCACARC74669Calcium Carbonate CrystalsA measurement of the calcium carbonate crystals present in a biological specimen.Calcium Carbonate Crystal Measurement
CYCAOXAC74670Calcium Oxalate CrystalsA measurement of the calcium oxalate crystals present in a biological specimen.Calcium Oxalate Crystal Measurement
CYCAPHOSC74671Calcium Phosphate CrystalsA measurement of the calcium phosphate crystals present in a biological specimen.Calcium Phosphate Crystal Measurement
CYCASULFC124340Calcium Sulfate CrystalsA measurement of the calcium sulfate crystals present in a biological specimen.Calcium Sulfate Crystals Measurement
CYCHOLC74672Cholesterol CrystalsA measurement of the cholesterol crystals present in a biological specimen.Cholesterol Crystal Measurement
CYCYSTINC74674Cystine CrystalsA measurement of the cystine crystals present in a biological specimen.Cystine Crystal Measurement
CYDCPHOSC135407Dicalcium Phosphate CrystalsA measurement of dicalcium phosphate crystals in a biological specimen.Dicalcium Phosphate Crystals Measurement
CYFRA18C130160Cytokeratin 18 FragmentA measurement of the cytokeratin 18 fragment in a biological specimen.Cytokeratin 18 Fragment Measurement
CYFRA211C106514CYFRA21-1;Cytokeratin 19 Fragment 21-1A measurement of the cytokeratin 19 fragment 21-1 in a biological specimen.Cytokeratin 19 Fragment 21-1 Measurement
CYHGBCC112288Hemoglobin C CrystalsA measurement of hemoglobin C crystals in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin C Crystals Measurement
CYHIPPACC74754Hippurate Crystals;Hippuric Acid CrystalsA measurement of the hippuric acid crystals present in a biological specimen.Hippuric Acid Crystal Measurement
CYLEUCC74680Leucine CrystalsA measurement of the leucine crystals present in a biological specimen.Leucine Crystal Measurement
CYMSUC74681Monosodium Urate CrystalsA measurement of the monosodium urate crystals present in a biological specimen.Monosodium Urate Crystal Measurement
CYSCREATC106513Cystatin C/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the cystatin C to creatinine present in a sample.Cystatin C to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
CYSTARCHC81951Starch CrystalsA measurement of the starch crystals in a biological specimen.Starch Crystal Measurement
CYSTATCC92290Cystatin CA measurement of the cystatin C in a biological specimen.Cystatin C Measurement
CYSTHIONC147331CystathionineA measurement of the cystathionine in a biological specimen.Cystathionine Measurement
CYSTINEC105441CystineA measurement of the cystine in a biological specimen.Cystine Measurement
CYSULFAC74755Sulfa Crystals;Sulfonamide CrystalsA measurement of the sulfa crystals present in a biological specimen.Sulfa Crystal Measurement
CYTRPHOSC74756Triple Phosphate CrystalsA measurement of the triple phosphate crystals present in a biological specimen.Triple Phosphate Crystal Measurement
CYTYROC74683Tyrosine CrystalsA measurement of the tyrosine crystals present in a biological specimen.Tyrosine Crystal Measurement
CYUNCLAC74757Unclassified CrystalsA measurement of the unclassifiable crystals present in a biological specimen.Unclassified Crystal Measurement
CYURIACC74684Uric Acid CrystalsA measurement of the uric acid crystals present in a biological specimen.Uric Acid Crystal Measurement
DDIMERC82621D-DimerA measurement of the d-dimers in a biological specimen.D-Dimer Measurement
DENSITYC45781DensityA measurement of the compactness of a biological specimen expressed in mass per unit volume.Density
DFIC135408DNA Fragmentation IndexA measurement of the deoxyribonucleic acid fragmentation within the nucleated cells of a biological specimen.DNA Fragmentation Index
DGNWBCC111190Degenerated Leukocytes;Degenerated WBC;Degenerated White Blood CellsA measurement of the degenerated leukocytes (leukocytes that show deterioration in form or function) in a biological specimen.Degenerated Leukocyte Count
DHEAC74852Dehydroepiandrosterone;DehydroisoandrosteroneA measurement of the dehydroepiandrosterone hormone in a biological specimen.Dehydroepiandrosterone Measurement
DHEASC96629DHEA Sulfate;DHEA-S;Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate;sDHEAA measurement of the sulfated Dehydroepiandrosterone in a biological specimen.Sulfated DHEA Measurement
DHPGC1010173,4-Dihydroxyphenylglycol;3.4 DihydroxyphenylglycolA measurement of the catecholamine metabolite, 3,4-Dihydroxyphenylglycol in a biological specimen.3,4-Dihydroxyphenylglycol Measurement
DHTC74853Androstanalone;DihydrotestosteroneA measurement of the dihydrotestosterone hormone in a biological specimen.Dihydrotestosterone Measurement
DIHYDCDNC74878DihydrocodeineA measurement of the dihydrocodeine present in a biological specimen.Dihydrocodeine Measurement
DNAC135409Deoxyribonucleic AcidA measurement of a targeted deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in a biological specimen.Deoxyribonucleic Acid Measurement
DNAABC81973Anti-DNA Antibodies;Anti-ds-DNA AntibodiesA measurement of the anti-DNA antibodies in a biological specimen.Anti-DNA Antibody Measurement
DNASEBABC100463Anti-Dnase B;DNase-B AntibodyA measurement of Dnase-B antibody in a biological specimen.DNase-B Antibody Measurement
DNVABC147332Dengue Virus AntibodyA measurement of the dengue virus antibody in a biological specimen.Dengue Virus Antibody Measurement
DOHLEC74610Dohle BodiesA measurement of the Dohle bodies (blue-gray, basophilic, leukocyte inclusions located in the peripheral cytoplasm of neutrophils) in a biological specimen.Dohle Body Measurement
DOPACC1033453,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic AcidA measurement of the 3,4-dihydroxyphenylacetic acid in a biological specimen.3,4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic Acid Measurement
DOPAMINEC74854DopamineA measurement of the dopamine hormone in a biological specimen.Dopamine Measurement
DPDC79443DeoxypyridinolineA measurement of the deoxypyridinoline in a biological specimen.Deoxypyridinoline Measurement
DPDCREATC79444Deoxypyridinoline/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the deoxypyridinoline to creatinine in a biological specimen.Deoxypyridinoline to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
DPPIVAC103387DPPIV Activity;Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4 ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of dipeptidyl peptidase-4 in a biological specimen.Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4 Activity Measurement
DPTIGGABC103388Diphtheria IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Diphtheria IgG antibodies in a biological specimen.Diphtheria IgG Antibody Measurement
DRUGSCRC78139Drug ScreenAn indication of the presence or absence of recreational drugs or drugs of abuse in a biological specimen.Drug Test
DRVVTC96696Dilute Russell's Viper Venom Time;Lupus Anticoagulant TestA measurement of the time it takes a plasma sample to clot after adding dilute Russell's viper venom.Dilute Russell's Viper Venom Time Measurement
DRVVTRTC103386Dilute Russell's Viper Venom Time Ratio;Lupus Anticoagulant RatioA relative measurement of the dilute Russell's viper venom time in a subject sample to a control sample.Dilute Russell's Viper Venom Time to Control Ratio Measurement
DSG1ABC122114Desmoglein 1 AntibodyA measurement of the desmoglein 1 antibody in a biological specimen.Desmoglein 1 Antibody Measurement
DSG3ABC122115Desmoglein 3 AntibodyA measurement of the desmoglein 3 antibody in a biological specimen.Desmoglein 3 Antibody Measurement
DSVLFXNC147333Desvenlafaxine;O-DesmethylvenlafaxineA measurement of the desvenlafaxine present in a biological specimen.Desvenlafaxine Measurement
DTPACLRC100441DTPA ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of Diethylenetriamine pentaacetate (DTPA) by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Diethylene Triamine Pentaacetic Acid Clearance
DZPMC75372DiazepamA measurement of the diazepam present in a biological specimen.Diazepam Measurement
EAGLUCC142275Glucose, Estimated AverageA computed estimate of the blood glucose based on the value of the glycated hemoglobinEstimated Average Glucose
EBCIGGABC96600Epstein-Barr Capsid IgG AntibodyA measurement of the Epstein-Barr capsid IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Capsid IgG Antibody Measurement
EBCIGMABC96601Epstein-Barr Capsid IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Epstein-Barr capsid IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Capsid IgM Antibody Measurement
EBEAGC96602Epstein-Barr Early AntigenA measurement of the Epstein-Barr early antigen in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Early Antigen Measurement
EBEDIGABC122116Epstein-Barr Early D Antigen IgG AbA measurement of the Epstein-Barr early diffuse antigen IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Early D Antigen IgG Antibody Measurement
EBN1IGABC106518Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antigen 1 IgG AbA measurement of the Epstein-Barr nuclear antigen 1 IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antigen 1 IgG Ab Measurement
EBNABC96603Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antibody;Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antigen AntibodyA measurement of the Epstein-Barr nuclear antibody in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antibody Measurement
EBNAGC96604Epstein-Barr Nuclear AntigenA measurement of the Epstein-Barr nuclear antigen in a biological specimen.Epstein-Barr Nuclear Antigen Measurement
EBOIGMABC135410Ebola Virus IgM AntibodyA measurement of the Ebola virus IgM antibodies in a biological specimen.Ebola Virus IgM Antibody Measurement
EBVINTPC106519EBV Profile Interpretation;Epstein-Barr Virus Antibody Profile;Epstein-Barr Virus Panel;Epstein-Barr Virus Profile InterpretationAn assessment of Epstein-Barr virus infection based on a panel of EBV antigen antibody tests.Epstein-Barr Virus Profile Interpretation
ECCENTCYC96598EccentrocytesA measurement of the eccentrocytes (erythrocytes in which the hemoglobin is localized to a particular portion of the cell, noticeable as localized staining) in a biological specimen.Eccentrocyte Count
ECTC100422Ecarin Clotting TimeA measurement of the activity of thrombin inhibitors in a biological specimen based on the generation of meizothrombin.Ecarin Clotting Time Measurement
EDMIGAABC147334Endomysium IgA AntibodyA measurement of the endomysial IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Endomysial IgA Antibody Measurement
EDTACLRC100440EDTA ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).EDTA Clearance
EGFC82009Epidermal Growth FactorA measurement of the epidermal growth factor in a biological specimen.Epidermal Growth Factor Measurement
EGFRC112273ERBB1;Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor;HER1A measurement of the cells with positive expression of EGFR in a biological specimen.Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Measurement
ELA1C82028Pancreatic Elastase 1A measurement of the pancreatic elastase 1 in a biological specimen.Pancreatic Elastase Measurement
ELA1PMNC82029Pancreatic Elastase 1, PolymorphonuclearA measurement of the polymorphonuclear pancreatic elastase 1 in a biological specimen.Polymorphonuclear Pancreatic Elastase Measurement
ELA2C82026Neutrophil ElastaseA measurement of the neutrophil elastase in a biological specimen.Neutrophil Elastase Measurement
ELA2PMNC82027Neutrophil Elastase, PolymorphonuclearA measurement of the polymorphonuclear neutrophil elastase in a biological specimen.Polymorphonuclear Neutrophil Elastase Measurement
ELLIPCYC64549ElliptocytesA measurement of the elliptocytes (elliptically shaped cell with blunt ends and a long axis twice the length of its short axis) in a biological specimen.Elliptocyte Count
ENA78C82010Epith Neutrophil-Activating Peptide 78A measurement of the epithelial neutrophil-activating peptide in a biological specimen.Epithelial Neutrophil-Activating Peptide 78 Measurement
ENAABC92270Anti-ENA;Extractable Nuclear Antigen AntibodyA measurement of the extractable nuclear antigen antibody in a biological specimen.Extractable Nuclear Antigen Antibody Measurement
ENDOTH1C82008Endothelin-1A measurement of the endothelin-1 in a biological specimen.Endothelin-1 Measurement
ENRAGEC82011Extracell Newly Ident RAGE Bind Protein;S100 Calcium Binding Protein A12A measurement of the extracellular newly identified RAGE (receptor for advanced glycation end products) binding protein in a biological specimen.Extracell Newly Ident RAGE Bind Protein Measurement
EOSC64550EosinophilsA measurement of the eosinophils in a biological specimen.Eosinophil Count
EOSBC114216Eosinophils Band FormA measurement of the banded eosinophils in a biological specimen.Eosinophil Band Form Count
EOSBLEC114217Eosinophils Band Form/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the banded eosinophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Eosinophil Band Form to Leukocyte Ratio
EOSCEC98720Eosinophils/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the eosinophils to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Eosinophils to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
EOSIMC96673Immature EosinophilsA measurement of the immature eosinophils in a biological specimen.Immature Eosinophil Count
EOSIMLEC96674Immature Eosinophils/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of immature eosinophils to total leukocytes in a biological specimen.Immature Eosinophil to Leukocyte Ratio Measurement
EOSLEC64604Eosinophils/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the eosinophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen.Eosinophil to Leukocyte Ratio
EOSMMC84819Eosinophilic MetamyelocytesA measurement of the eosinphilic metamyelocytes in a biological specimen.Eosinophilic Metamyelocyte Count
EOSMYLC84821Eosinophilic MyelocytesA measurement of the eosinophilic myelocytes in a biological specimen.Eosinophilic Myelocyte Count
EOSNSQEC135411Eosinophils/Non-Squam Epi CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the eosinophils to non-squamous epithelial cells in a biological specimen.Eosinophils to Non-Squamous Epithelial Cells Ratio Measurement
EOSNUCCEC150840Eosinophils/Nucleated CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of eosinophils to nucleated cells in a biological specimen.Eosinophils to Nucleated Cells Ratio Measurement
EOSSGC135412Eosinophils, SegmentedA measurement of the segmented eosinophils in a biological specimen.Segmented Eosinophil Count
EOTAXIN1C81952Chemokine Ligand 11;Eotaxin-1A measurement of the eotaxin-1 in a biological specimen.Eotaxin-1 Measurement
EOTAXIN2C81953Chemokine Ligand 24;Eotaxin-2A measurement of the eotaxin-2 in a biological specimen.Eotaxin-2 Measurement
EOTAXIN3C81954CCL26;Chemokine (C-C Motif) Ligand 26;Chemokine Ligand 26;Eotaxin-3A measurement of the eotaxin-3 in a biological specimen.Eotaxin-3 Measurement
EPICC64605Epithelial CellsA measurement of the epithelial cells in a biological specimen.Epithelial Cell Count
EPICCEC130161Epithelial Cells/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the epithelial cells to total cells in a biological specimen.Epithelial Cells to Total Cells Ratio Measurement
EPINC79445Adrenaline;EpinephrineA measurement of the epinephrine hormone in a biological specimen.Epinephrine Measurement
EPINSQCEC135413Non-Squamous Epithelial CellsA measurement of the non-squamous epithelial cells in a biological specimen.Non-Squamous Epithelial Cell Count
EPINSQEC135414Epi Cells/Non-Squam Epi CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the epithelial cells to non-squamous epithelial cells in a biological specimen.Epithelial Cells to Non-Squamous Epithelial Cells Ratio Measurement
EPIROCEC74698Round Epithelial CellsA measurement of the round epithelial cells present in a biological specimen.Round Epithelial Cell Count
EPISCECEC132366Squamous Epithelial Cells/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the squamous epithelial cells to total cells in a biological specimen.Squamous Epithelial Cells to Total Cells Ratio Measurement
EPISQCEC74773Squamous Epithelial CellsA measurement of the squamous epithelial cells present in a biological specimen.Squamous Epithelial Cell Count
EPISQTCEC74774Squamous Transitional Epithelial CellsA measurement of the squamous transitional epithelial cells present in a biological specimen.Squamous Transitional Epithelial Cell Count
EPITCEC92251Transitional Epithelial CellsA measurement of the transitional epithelial cells present in a biological specimen.Transitional Epithelial Cells Measurement
EPITUCEC74775Renal Tubular Epithelial Cells;Tubular Epithelial CellsA measurement of the tubular epithelial cells present in a biological specimen.Tubular Epithelial Cell Count
EPOC74855Erythropoietin;HematopoietinA measurement of the erythropoietin hormone in a biological specimen.Erythropoietin Measurement
ERCEMIDXC135415Erythroid Maturation IndexA relative measurement (ratio) of the sum of erythroid maturation phase cells (pool) to the sum of erythroid proliferative phase cells (pool) in a biological specimen.Erythroid Maturation Index
ERCEMPOLC135416Erythroid Maturation PoolA measurement of the erythroid maturation phase cells (polychromatic rubricytes, normochromic rubricytes, and metarubricytes) in a biological specimen.Erythroid Maturation Pool Count
ERCEPIDXC135417Erythroid Proliferation IndexA relative measurement (ratio) of the sum of erythroid proliferative phase cells (pool) to the sum of erythroid maturation phase cells (pool) in a biological specimen.Erythroid Proliferation Index
ERCEPPOLC135418Erythroid Proliferation PoolA measurement of the erythroid proliferative phase cells (rubriblasts, prorubricytes, and basophilic rubricytes) in a biological specimen.Erythroid Proliferation Pool Count
ESELSC119273Soluble E-Selectin;sE-selectinA measurement of the soluble E-Selectin activity in a biological specimen.Soluble E-Selectin Measurement
ESRC74611Biernacki Reaction;Erythrocyte Sedimentation RateThe distance (e.g. millimeters) that red blood cells settle in unclotted blood over a specified unit of time (e.g. one hour).Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Measurement
ESTFRC150842Estradiol, FreeA measurement of the unbound estradiol in a biological specimen.Free Estradiol Measurement
ESTFRESTC150843Estradiol, Free/EstradiolA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of unbound estradiol to total estradiol in a biological specimen.Free Estradiol to Estradiol Ratio Measurement
ESTRCPTC112274ER;ESR;Estrogen Receptor;Oestrogen ReceptorA measurement of estrogen receptor protein in a biological specimen.Estrogen Receptor Measurement
ESTRDIOLC74782Estradiol;OestradiolA measurement of the estradiol in a biological specimen.Estradiol Measurement
ESTRIOLC74856Estriol;OestriolA measurement of the estriol hormone in a biological specimen.Estriol Measurement
ESTRIOLFC81963Estriol, Free;Unconjugated EstriolA measurement of the free estriol in a biological specimen.Free Estriol Measurement
ESTROGENC147335Estrogen;OestrogenA measurement of the estrogen hormone in a biological specimen.Estrogen Measurement
ESTRONEC74857Estrone;OestroneA measurement of the estrone hormone in a biological specimen.Estrone Measurement
ETHANOLC74693Alcohol;EthanolA measurement of the ethanol present in a biological specimen.Ethanol Measurement
ETPC102266Endogenous Thrombin PotentialA measurement of the total concentration of thrombin generated in the presence of a substrate in a plasma or blood sample.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Measurement
ETPAUCC102263ETP Area Under Curve;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Area Under CurveA measurement of the area under the thrombin generation curve.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Area Under Curve Measurement
ETPLTC102264ETP Lag Time;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Lag TimeA measurement of time from the start of the thrombin generation test to the point where a predetermined amount of thrombin is generated.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Lag Time Measurement
ETPLTRC102265ETP Lag Time Relative;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Lag Time RelativeA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of time from the start of the thrombin generation test to the point where a predetermined amount of thrombin is generated.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Lag Time Relative Measurement
ETPPHC102267ETP Peak Height;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Peak HeightA measurement of the maximum concentration of thrombin generated during a thrombin generation test.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Peak Height Measurement
ETPPHRC102268ETP Peak Height Relative;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Peak Height RelativeA relative (ratio or percentage) of the maximum concentration of thrombin generated during a thrombin generation test.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Peak Height Relative Measurement
ETPTPC102269ETP Time to Peak;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Time to PeakA measurement of the time it takes to generate the maximum concentration of thrombin.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Time to Peak Measurement
ETPTPRC102270ETP Time to Peak Relative;Endogenous Thrombin Potential Time to Peak RelativeA relative (ratio or percentage) measurement of the time it takes to generate the maximum concentration of thrombin.Endogenous Thrombin Potential Time to Peak Relative Measurement
FABP1C82012Fatty Acid Binding Protein 1A measurement of the fatty acid binding protein 1 in a biological specimen.Fatty Acid Binding Protein 1 Measurement
FABP3C106521Fatty Acid Binding Protein 3A measurement of the fatty acid binding protein 3 in a biological specimen.Fatty Acid Binding Protein 3 Measurement
FACTIIC96626Factor II;ProthrombinA measurement of the coagulation factor II in a biological specimen.Prothrombin Measurement
FACTIIIC81959Factor III;Tissue Factor, CD142A measurement of the coagulation factor III in a biological specimen.Factor III Measurement
FACTIXC98725Christmas Factor;Factor IXA measurement of the coagulation factor IX in a biological specimen.Factor IX Measurement
FACTIXAC103395Christmas Factor Activity;Factor IX ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of coagulation factor IX in a biological specimen.Factor IX Activity Measurement
FACTVC98726Factor V;Labile FactorA measurement of the coagulation factor V in a biological specimen.Factor V Measurement
FACTVAC103396Factor V Activity;Labile Factor ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of coagulation factor V in a biological specimen.Factor V Activity Measurement
FACTVIIC81960Factor VII;Proconvertin;Stable FactorA measurement of the coagulation factor VII in a biological specimen.Factor VII Measurement
FACTVIIAC103397Factor VII Activity;Proconvertin Activity;Stable Factor ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of coagulation factor VII in a biological specimen.Factor VII Activity Measurement
FACTVIIIC81961Anti-hemophilic Factor;Factor VIIIA measurement of the coagulation factor VIII in a biological specimen.Factor VIII Measurement
FACTVLC102271Factor V LeidenA measurement of the coagulation factor V Leiden in a biological specimen.Factor V Leiden Measurement
FACTVWC98799von Willebrand Factor;von Willebrand Factor AntigenA measurement of the von Willebrand coagulation factor in a biological specimen.von Willebrand Factor Measurement
FACTVWAC122117von Willebrand Factor ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of von Willebrand coagulation factor in a biological specimen.von Willebrand Factor Activity Measurement
FACTVWMUC147336von Willebrand Factor MultimersA measurement of the von Willebrand Factor multimers (an aggregate of multiple von Willebrand factor antigens that are held together with non-covalent bonds) in a biological specimen.von Willebrand Factor Multimers Measurement
FACTXC98727Factor XA measurement of the coagulation factor X in a biological specimen.Factor X Measurement
FACTXAC122118Factor X ActivityA measurement of the coagulation factor X activity in a biological specimen.Factor X Activity Measurement
FACTXIIIC112277Factor XIII;Fibrin Stabilizing FactorA measurement of the coagulation factor XIII in a biological specimen.Factor XIII Measurement
FACTXIVC102272Autoprothrombin IIA;Factor XIV;Protein C;Protein C AntigenA measurement of the coagulation factor XIV in a biological specimen.Factor XIV Measurement
FACTXIVAC105442Factor XIV Activity;Protein C Activity;Protein C FunctionA measurement of the coagulation factor XIV activity in a biological specimen.Factor XIV Activity Measurement
FAIC124341Free Androgen IndexA measurement of the androgen status in a biological specimen. This is calculated by a mathematical formula that takes into account the total testosterone level, sex hormone binding globulin, and a constant.Free Androgen Index
FATC96648FatA measurement of the fat in a biological specimen.Fat Measurement
FATACFRC80200Free Fatty Acid;Non-Esterified Fatty Acid, FreeA measurement of the total non-esterified fatty acids in a biological specimen.Non-esterified Fatty Acids Measurement
FATACFRSC80206Free Fatty Acid, Saturated;Non-esterified Fatty Acid, SaturatedA measurement of the saturated non-esterified fatty acids in a biological specimen.Saturated Non-esterified Fatty Acids Measurement
FATACFRUC80209Free Fatty Acid, Unsaturated;Non-esterified Fatty Acid, UnsaturatedA measurement of the unsaturated non-esterified fatty acids in a biological specimen.Unsaturated Non-esterified Fatty Acids Measurement
FATACVLCC147337Fatty Acids, Very Long ChainA measurement of the very long chain fatty acids (containing 22 or more carbon atoms) in a biological specimen.Very Long Chain Fatty Acids Measurement
FATBODOVC81947Fat Bodies, OvalA measurement of the oval-shaped fat bodies, usually renal proximal tubular cells with lipid aggregates in the cytoplasm, in a biological specimen.Oval Fat Body Measurement
FATDROPC98728Fat DropletA measurement of the triglyceride aggregates within a biological specimen.Fat Droplet Measurement
FBNCTFTC92786Fibronectin, FetalA measurement of the fetal isoform of fibronectin in a biological specimenFetal Fibronectin Test
FBRTSTC105443FibroSURE Score;FibroTest ScoreA biomarker test that measures liver pathology through the assessment of a six-parameter blood test (for Alpha-2-macroglobulin, Haptoglobin, Apolipoprotein A1, Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT), Total bilirubin, and Alanine aminotransferase (ALT)), taking into account the age and gender of the patient.FibroTest Score Measurement
FCTVIIAAC103398Factor VIIa ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of coagulation factor VIIa in a biological specimen.Factor VIIa Activity Measurement
FCTVIIIAC103399Anti-hemophilic Factor Activity;Factor VIII ActivityA measurement of the biological activity of coagulation factor VIII in a biological specimen.Factor VIII Activity Measurement
FDPC82013Fibrin Degradation ProductsA measurement of the fibrin degradation products in a biological specimen.Fibrin Degradation Products Measurement
FECAC114219Fractional Calcium ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of calcium that is computed based upon the concentrations of calcium and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Calcium
FECLC114220Fractional Chloride ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of chloride that is computed based upon the concentrations of chloride and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Chloride
FEKC114222Fractional Potassium ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of potassium that is computed based upon the concentrations of potassium and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Potassium
FEMGC122119Fractional Magnesium ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of magnesium that is computed based upon the concentrations of magnesium and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Magnesium
FENAC107435Fractional Sodium ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of sodium that is computed based upon the concentrations of sodium and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Sodium
FENTANYLC147338FentanylA measurement of the fentanyl in a biological specimen.Fentanyl Measurement
FEPC147339Erythrocyte Protoporphyrin, FreeA measurement of the free erythrocyte protoporphyrin (zinc bound plus unbound protoporphyrin) in a biological specimen.Free Erythrocyte Protoporphyrin Measurement
FEPIC114221Fractional Inorganic Phosphate Excretion;Fractional Phosphorus ExcretionA measurement of the fractional excretion of phosphorus that is computed based upon the concentrations of phosphorus and creatinine in both blood and urine.Fractional Excretion of Phosphate
FERRITINC74737FerritinA measurement of the ferritin in a biological specimen.Ferritin Measurement
FGF21C112280FGF 21;Fibroblast Growth Factor 21A measurement of the fibroblast growth factor 21 in a biological specimen.Fibroblast Growth Factor 21 Measurement
FGF23C96650Fibroblast Growth Factor 23;PhosphatoninA measurement of the total fibroblast growth factor 23 in a biological specimen.Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 Measurement
FGF23CC135419Fibroblast Growth Factor 23, C-TerminalA measurement of the C-terminal fibroblast growth factor 23 in a biological specimen.C-Terminal Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 Measurement
FGF23IC135420Fibroblast Growth Factor 23, IntactA measurement of the intact fibroblast growth factor 23 in a biological specimen.Intact Fibroblast Growth Factor 23 Measurement
FGF9C130162FGF 9;Fibroblast Growth Factor 9A measurement of the fibroblast growth factor 9 in a biological specimen.Fibroblast Growth Factor 9 Measurement
FGFBFC82014FGF2;Fibroblast Growth Factor Basic FormA measurement of the basic form of fibroblast growth factor in a biological specimen.Fibroblast Growth Factor Basic Form Measurement
FIBRINOC64606Fibrinogen;Fibrinogen AntigenA measurement of the total fibrinogen (functional and non-functional) in a biological specimen.Fibrinogen Measurement
FIBRINOFC139075Fibrinogen, FunctionalA measurement of the functional fibrinogen (fibrinogen that is capable of being converted to fibrin) in a biological specimen.Functional Fibrinogen Measurement
FLAGELC135421FlagellatesA measurement of the flagellates (protozoans that possess flagella) in a biological specimen.Flagellates Measurement
FLNTRZPMC139081FlunitrazepamA measurement of the flunitrazepam present in a biological specimen.Flunitrazepam Measurement
FLRZPMC75373FlurazepamA measurement of the flurazepam present in a biological specimen.Flurazepam Measurement
FLUORIDEC122120FluorideA measurement of the fluoride in a biological specimen.Fluoride Measurement
FLUVOXAMC147340FluvoxamineA measurement of the fluvoxamine present in a biological specimen.Fluvoxamine Measurement
FOLHMRNAC132367Folate Hydrolase mRNAA measurement of the folate hydrolase mRNA in a biological specimen.Folate Hydrolase mRNA Measurement
FPPC147341Protoporphyrin, FreeA measurement of the free protoporphyrin (unbound to iron in hemoglobin) in a biological specimen.Free Protoporphyrin Measurement
FRUCTC74678Fructosamine;Glycated Serum ProteinA measurement of the fructosamine in a biological specimen.Fructosamine Measurement
FRUCTOSEC147342FructoseA measurement of the fructose in a biological specimen.Fructose Measurement
FSHC74783Follicle Stimulating HormoneA measurement of the follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in a biological specimen.Follicle Stimulating Hormone Measurement
FUNGIFILC147343Fungi, FilamentousA measurement of the filamentous fungi in a biological specimen.Filamentous Fungi Count
FUNGYLKC147344Fungi, Yeast-LikeA measurement of the yeast-like fungi in a biological specimen.Yeast-Like Fungi Count
FVIIIAACC147345Factor VIII Activity Actual/Control;Factor VIII Activity Actual/Factor VIII Activity Control;Factor VIII Activity Actual/NormalA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the biological activity of factor VIII dependent coagulation in a subject's specimen when compared to the same activity in a control specimen.Factor VIII Activity Actual to Control Ratio Measurement
FXIVAACC147346Factor XIV Activity Actual/Control;Factor XIV Activity Actual/Factor XIV Activity Control;Factor XIV Activity Actual/NormalA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the biological activity of factor XIV dependent coagulation in a subject's specimen when compared to the same activity in a control specimen.Factor XIV Activity Actual to Control Ratio Measurement
G6PDC80184Glucose-6-Phosphate DehydrogenaseA measurement of the glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in a biological specimen.Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Measurement
G6PDAC139065Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase ActA measurement of the biological activity of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in a biological specimen.Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Activity
G6PDRBCC132368G6PD-Deficient ErythrocytesA measurement of the glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficient erythrocytes in a biological specimen.G6PD-Deficient Erythrocytes Count
G6PDRBRBC132369G6PD-Deficient Erythrocytes/ErythrocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of G6PD-deficient erythrocytes to total erythrocytes in a biological specimen.G6PD-Deficient Erythrocytes to Erythrocytes Ratio Measurement
GAD1C82015Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 1;Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 67A measurement of the glutamic acid decarboxylase 1 in a biological specimen.Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 1 Measurement
GAD2C82016Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 2;Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 65A measurement of the glutamic acid decarboxylase 2 in a biological specimen.Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 2 Measurement
GAD2ABC82017Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 2 Antibody;Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 65 AntibodyA measurement of the glutamic acid decarboxylase 2 antibody in a biological specimen.Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 2 Antibody Measurement
GADABC96653GAD Antibody;Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase AntibodyA measurement of the glutamic acid decarboxylase antibody in a biological specimen.Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase Antibody Measurement
GALANINC80182GalaninA measurement of the galanin in a biological specimen.Galanin Measurement
GASTRINC74858GastrinA measurement of the gastrin hormone in a biological specimen.Gastrin Measurement
GATCPHRLC116211Gamma TocopherolA measurement of the gamma tocopherol in a biological specimen.Gamma Tocopherol Measurement
GCSFC82018Granulocyte Colony Stimulating FactorA measurement of the granulocyte colony stimulating factor in a biological specimen.Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor Measurement
GDAC150845Guanase;Guanine Aminohydrolase;Guanine DeaminaseA measurement of the guanine deaminase in a biological specimen.Guanine Deaminase Measurement
GDF11C135422BMP-11;Bone Morphogenetic Protein 11;Growth Differentiation Factor 11A measurement of the growth differentiation factor 11 in a biological specimen.Growth Differentiation Factor 11 Measurement
GDF8C135423Growth Differentiation Factor 8;MyostatinA measurement of the growth differentiation factor 8 in a biological specimen.Growth Differentiation Factor 8 Measurement
GECC124342Galactose Elimination CapacityA liver function test that measures galactose elimination capacity in a biological specimen.Galactose Elimination Capacity
GFRC90505Glomerular Filtration RateA kidney function test that measures the fluid volume that is filtered from the kidney glomeruli to the Bowman's capsule per unit of time.Glomerular Filtration Rate
GFRBSAC98734Glomerular Filtration Rate Adj for BSAA measurement of the glomerular filtration rate adjusted for body surface area.Glomerular Filtration Rate Adjusted for BSA
GFRBSB2MC100450GFR from B-2 Microglobulin Adj for BSAA measurement of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) based on the clearance of beta-2 microglobulin after adjusting it for the body surface area.Glomerular Filtration Rate from B-2 Microglobulin Adjusted for BSA Measurement
GFRBSBTPC100449GFR from Beta-Trace Protein Adj for BSAA measurement of the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) based on the clearance of beta-trace protein after adjusting it for the body surface area.Glomerular Filtration Rate from Beta-Trace Protein Adjusted for BSA Measurement
GFRBSCCCC127614GFR from Cystatin C and Creat Adj BSAAn estimation of the glomerular filtration rate adjusted for body surface area based on cystatin C and creatinine.Glomeluar Filtration Rate from Cystatin C and Creatinine Adjusted for BSA
GFRBSCRTC98735GFR from Creatinine Adjusted for BSAAn estimation of the glomerular filtration rate adjusted for body surface area based on creatinine.Glomerular Filtration Rate from Creatinine Adjusted for BSA
GFRBSCYCC98736GFR from Cystatin C Adjusted for BSAAn estimation of the glomerular filtration rate adjusted for body surface area based on cystatin C.Glomerular Filtration Rate from Cystatin C Adjusted for BSA
GFREC110935Glomerular Filtration Rate, EstimatedA kidney function test that estimates the fluid volume that is filtered from the kidney glomeruli to the Bowman's capsule per unit of time.Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate
GGTC64847Gamma Glutamyl TransferaseA measurement of the gamma glutamyl transferase in a biological specimen.Gamma Glutamyl Transpeptidase Measurement
GGTCREATC79446Gamma Glutamyl Transferase/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the gamma glutamyl transferase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Gamma Glutamyl Transferase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GHRELINC112286Ghrelin;Growth Hormone Secretagogue Receptor Ligand;Motilin-related Peptide;Total GhrelinA measurement of total ghrelin in a biological specimen.Ghrelin Measurement
GHRELINAC112219Active GhrelinA measurement of active ghrelin in a biological specimen.Active Ghrelin Measurement
GIPIC106537Glucose-dep Insulinotropic Pep, Intact;Intact GIP;Intact Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide;Intact Glucose-dependent Insulinotropic PeptideA measurement of the intact (containing amino acids 1-42) glucose-dependent insulinotropic peptide in a biological specimen.Intact Glucose-dependent Insulinotropic Peptide Measurement
GLBCREATC142276Globulin/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the globulin to creatinine in a biological specimen.Globulin to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GLDABC147347Gliadin AntibodyA measurement of the total gliadin antibodies in a biological specimen.Gliadin Antibody Measurement
GLDHC79448Glutamate DehydrogenaseA measurement of the glutamate dehydrogenase in a biological specimen.Glutamate Dehydrogenase Measurement
GLDIGAABC147348Gliadin IgA AntibodyA measurement of the gliadin IgA antibody in a biological specimen.Gliadin IgA Antibody Measurement
GLDIGGABC147349Gliadin IgG AntibodyA measurement of the gliadin IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Gliadin IgG Antibody Measurement
GLNC122121GlutamineA measurement of the glutamine in a biological specimen.Glutamine Measurement
GLOBA1C92252A1-Globulin;Alpha-1 GlobulinA measurement of the proteins contributing to the alpha 1 fraction in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Globulin Measurement
GLOBA1PTC92253Alpha-1 Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of alpha-1-fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Alpha-1 Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBA2C92254A2-Globulin;Alpha-2 GlobulinA measurement of the proteins contributing to the alpha 2 fraction in a biological specimen.Alpha-2 Globulin Measurement
GLOBA2PTC92255Alpha-2 Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of alpha-2-fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Alpha-2 Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBBC92256Beta GlobulinA measurement of the proteins contributing to the beta fraction in a biological specimen.Beta Globulin Measurement
GLOBB1C119274Beta-1 GlobulinA measurement of the beta-1 globulin in a biological specimen.Beta-1 Globulin Measurement
GLOBB1BPC142277Beta-1 Globulin/Beta ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the beta-1-fraction proteins to the total beta protein fraction in a biological specimen.Beta-1 Globulin to Total Beta Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBB1PTC119275Beta-1 Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of beta-1-fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Beta-1 Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBB2C119276Beta-2 GlobulinA measurement of the beta-2 globulin in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Globulin Measurement
GLOBB2PTC119277Beta-2 Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of beta-2-fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Beta-2 Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBBPTC92294Beta Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of beta fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Beta Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBGC92257Gamma GlobulinA measurement of the proteins contributing to the gamma fraction in a biological specimen.Gamma Globulin Measurement
GLOBGPTC92295Gamma Globulin/Total ProteinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of gamma fraction proteins to total proteins in a biological specimen.Gamma Globulin to Total Protein Ratio Measurement
GLOBULC74738GlobulinA measurement of the globulin protein in a biological specimen.Globulin Protein Measurement
GLP1C80183Glucagon-Like Peptide-1;Total Glucagon-Like Peptide-1A measurement of the total glucagon-like peptide-1 in a biological specimen.Glucagon-like Peptide-1 Measurement
GLP1ACC80164Glucagon-Like Peptide-1, Active FormA measurement of the active form of glucagon-like peptide-1 in a biological specimen.Active Glucagon-like Peptide-1 Measurement
GLTRCEC150844Glitter CellsA measurement of the glitter cells in a biological specimen.Glitter Cell Count
GLUBD13C1323701,3-Beta-D-GlucanA measurement of the 1,3-beta-D-glucan in a biological specimen.1,3-Beta-D-Glucan Measurement
GLUCC105585GlucoseA measurement of the glucose in a biological specimen.Glucose Measurement
GLUCAGONC74859GlucagonA measurement of the glucagon hormone in a biological specimen.Glucagon Measurement
GLUCCLRC96652Glucose ClearanceA measurement of the volume of serum or plasma that would be cleared of glucose by excretion of urine for a specified unit of time (e.g. one minute).Glucose Clearance Measurement
GLUCCRTC79447Glucose/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the glucose to creatinine in a biological specimen.Glucose to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GLUCESTC147350EAG;Estimated Average Glucose;Glucose, EstimatedAn estimated average of the glucose in a biological specimen. This estimate is calculated based on glycated hemoglobin concentrations.Estimated Glucose Measurement
GLUCEXRC150818Glucose Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of glucose being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined amount of time (e.g. one hour).Glucose Excretion Rate
GLUTAMC74739Glutamate;Glutamic AcidA measurement of the glutamate in a biological specimen.Glutamate Measurement
GLYC122122GlycineA measurement of the glycine in a biological specimen.Glycine Measurement
GLYCRLC132371GlycerolA measurement of the total glycerol in a biological specimen.Glycerol Measurement
GLYCRLFRC100448Free Glycerin;Free GlycerolA measurement of the amount of unbound glycerol in a biological specimen.Free Glycerol Measurement
GMCSFC82019Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stm FactorA measurement of the granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor in a biological specimen.Granulocyte Macrophage Colony Stm Factor Measurement
GNRHC74860Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone;Luteinising Hormone Releasing HormoneA measurement of the gonadotropin releasing hormone in a biological specimen.Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Measurement
GOLDC80186GoldA measurement of the gold in a biological specimen.Gold Measurement
GRANC96654Granulocytes;Polymorphonuclear LeukocytesA measurement of the granulocytes in a biological specimen.Granulocyte Count
GRANBCEC127615Granulocytes Band Form/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the banded granulocytes to total cells in a biological specimen.Band Form Granulocyte to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
GRANCEC98866Granulocytes/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the granulocytes to total cells in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Granulocyte to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
GRANIMC96675Immature GranulocytesA measurement of the total immature granulocytes in a biological specimen.Immature Granulocyte Count
GRANIMLEC100445Immature Granulocytes/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the immature granulocytes to leukocytes in a biological specimen (for example a bone marrow specimen).Immature Granulocytes to Leukocytes Ratio Measurement
GRANLEC147351Granulocytes/Leukocytes;Polymorphonuclear Leukocytes/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the granulocytes to total leukocytes in a biological specimen.Granulocytes to Leukocytes Ratio Measurement
GRANSGCEC127616Granulocytes Segmented/Total CellsA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the segmented granulocytes to total cells in a biological specimen.Segmented Granulocyte to Total Cell Ratio Measurement
GRWHIHC74861Growth Hormone Inhibiting Hormone;SomatostatinA measurement of the growth hormone inhibiting hormone in a biological specimen.Growth Hormone Inhibiting Hormone Measurement
GRWHRHC74862Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone;SomatocrininA measurement of the growth hormone releasing hormone in a biological specimen.Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone Measurement
GSTC80185Glutathione S-Transferase, TotalA measurement of the total glutathione-s-transferase in a biological specimen.Glutathione-S-Transferase Measurement
GSTALC79433Alpha Glutathione-S-TransferaseA measurement of the alpha form of glutathione S-transferase in a biological specimen.Alpha Glutathione-S-Transferase Measurement
GSTALCRTC80166Glutathione S-Transferase, Alpha/CreatA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the alpha glutathione-S-transferase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Alpha Glutathione-S-Transferase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GSTALEXRC119278Alpha-GST Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of Alpha Glutathione-S-Transferase being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined period of time (e.g. one hour).Alpha-GST Excretion Rate
GSTCREATC79435Glutathione-S-Transferase/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the glutathione S-transferase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Glutathione-S-Transferase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GSTMUC79457Mu Glutathione-S-TransferaseA measurement of the mu form of glutathione S-transferase in a biological specimen.Mu Glutathione-S-Transferase Measurement
GSTMUCRTC79458Mu Glutathione-S-Transferase/CreatinineA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the mu gamma glutamyl transpeptidase to creatinine in a biological specimen.Mu Glutathione-S-Transferase to Creatinine Ratio Measurement
GSTPIC80203Glutathione S-Transferase, PiA measurement of the Pi glutathione-s-transferase in a biological specimen.Pi Glutathione S-Transferase Measurement
GSTPIEXRC119279Pi-GST Excretion RateA measurement of the amount of Pi Glutathione-S-Transferase being excreted in a biological specimen over a defined period of time (e.g. one hour).Pi-GST Excretion Rate
GSTTHC80207Glutathione S-Transferase, ThetaA measurement of the theta glutathione-s-transferase in a biological specimen.Theta Glutathione S-Transferase Measurement
GUSAC80165Glucuronidase, AlphaA measurement of the alpha glucuronidase in a biological specimen.Alpha Glucuronidase Measurement
GUSBC80170Glucuronidase, BetaA measurement of the beta glucuronidase in a biological specimen.Beta Glucuronidase Measurement
HAABC92534Hepatitis A Virus AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis A virus antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis A Antibody Measurement
HAIGMABC92271Hepatitis A Virus IgM AntibodyA measurement of hepatitis A virus IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis A Virus Antibody IgM Measurement
HAIRYCEC74604Hairy CellsA measurement of the hairy cells (b-cell lymphocytes with hairy projections from the cytoplasm) in a biological specimen.Hairy Cell Count
HALBABC103405Human Albumin AntibodyA measurement of the human albumin antibody in a biological specimen.Human Albumin Antibody Measurement
HALPRZLMC147352HydroxyalprazolamA measurement of the total hydroxyalprazolam present in a biological specimen.Hydroxyalprazolam Measurement
HAMABC103406HAMA;Human Anti-Mouse AntibodyA measurement of the human anti-mouse antibody in a biological specimen.Human Anti-Mouse Antibody Measurement
HAPTOGC74740HaptoglobinA measurement of the haptoglobin protein in a biological specimen.Haptoglobin Protein Measurement
HASIGEABC98740Human Anti-Sheep IgE AntibodyA measurement of the human anti-sheep IgE antibodies in a biological specimen.Human Anti-Sheep IgE Antibody Measurement
HASIGGABC98741Human Anti-Sheep IgG AntibodyA measurement of the human anti-sheep IgG antibodies in a biological specimen.Human Anti-Sheep IgG Antibody Measurement
HASIGMABC98742Human Anti-Sheep IgM AntibodyA measurement of the human anti-sheep IgM antibodies in a biological specimen.Human Anti-Sheep IgM Antibody Measurement
HBA1CC64849Glycosylated Hemoglobin;Hemoglobin A1CA measurement of the glycosylated hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Glycosylated Hemoglobin Measurement
HBA1CHGBC111207Hemoglobin A1C/HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the glycosylated hemoglobin to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A1C to Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBA2PHBC147353Hemoglobin A2 Prime/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin A2 prime to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A2 Prime to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBABC125944Hepatitis B Virus AntibodyA measurement of an unspecified hepatitis B antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus Antibody Measurement
HBBARTHBC147354Hemoglobin Barts/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin Barts to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin Barts to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBCABC96660Hepatitis B Virus Core AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis B virus core antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus Core Antibody Measurement
HBCIGGABC119280Hepatitis B Virus Core IgG AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis B virus core IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus Core IgG Antibody Measurement
HBCIGMABC96661Hepatitis B Virus Core IgM AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis B virus core IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus Core IgM Antibody Measurement
HBCOHGBC147355Carboxyhemoglobin/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the amount of carboxyhemoglobin compared to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Carboxyhemoglobin to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBEABC96662Hepatitis B Virus e AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis B e antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus e Antibody Measurement
HBEAGC96663Hepatitis B Virus e AntigenA measurement of the hepatitis B e antigen in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Virus e Antigen Measurement
HBGCHTHBC147356Hemoglobin G Coushatta/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin G Coushatta to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin G Coushatta to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBLEPRHBC147357Hemoglobin Lepore/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the Lepore hemoglobin to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin Lepore to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBOARBHBC147358Hemoglobin O-Arab/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin O-Arab to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin O-Arab to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBOXHGBC147359Oxyhemoglobin/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the amount of oxyhemoglobin compared to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Oxyhemoglobin to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HBSABC74711Anti-HBs;HBsAb;Hepatitis B Virus Surface AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis B virus surface antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis B Surface Antibody Measurement
HBSAGC64850HBsAg;Hepatitis B Virus Surface AntigenA measurement of the surface antigen reaction of a biological specimen to the Hepatitis B virus.Hepatitis B Virus Surface Antigen Measurement
HCABC92535Hepatitis C Virus AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis C virus antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis C Antibody Measurement
HCAGC116196Hepatitis C Virus AntigenA measurement of the hepatitis C virus antigen in a biological specimen.Hepatitis C Virus Antigen Measurement
HCCAGC135424Hepatitis C Virus Core AntigenA measurement of the hepatitis C virus core antigen in a biological specimen.Hepatitis C Virus Core Antigen Measurement
HCGC64851Choriogonadotropin Beta;Pregnancy TestA measurement of the Choriogonadotropin Beta in a biological specimen.Choriogonadotropin Beta Measurement
HCGFRC147360Choriogonadotropin Beta, FreeA measurement of the free choriogonadotropin beta in a biological specimen.Free Choriogonadotropin Beta Measurement
HCGNDC147128ChoriogonadotropinA measurement of the total choriogonadotropin in a biological specimen.Choriogonadotropin Measurement
HCGNDIC147361Choriogonadotropin, IntactA measurement of the intact choriogonadotropin in a biological specimen.Intact Choriogonadotropin Measurement
HCTC64796EVF;Erythrocyte Volume Fraction;Hematocrit;PCV;Packed Cell VolumeThe percentage of a whole blood specimen that is composed of red blood cells (erythrocytes).Hematocrit Measurement
HCVSHCVCC139086HCV Antibody Signal/HCV Antibody CutoffA relative measurement (ratio) of the Hepatitis C virus antibody signal in a biological specimen to Hepatitis C virus positive internal control.HCV Antibody Signal to HCV Antibody Cutoff Ratio Measurement
HDABC96664Hepatitis D Virus Antibody;Hepatitis Delta AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis D virus antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis D Virus Antibody Measurement
HDIGGABC119281Hepatitis D Virus IgG AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis D virus IgG antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis D Virus IgG Antibody Measurement
HDIGMABC119282Hepatitis D Virus IgM AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis D virus IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis D Virus IgM Antibody Measurement
HDLC105587HDL CholesterolA measurement of the high density lipoprotein cholesterol in a biological specimen.High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Measurement
HDL2C80187HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 2A measurement of the high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol subclass 2 in a biological specimen.HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 2 Measurement
HDL3C80188HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 3A measurement of the high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol subclass 3 in a biological specimen.HDL-Cholesterol Subclass 3 Measurement
HDLCCHOLC147362HDL Cholesterol/Total CholesterolA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the amount of HDL cholesterol compared to total cholesterol in a biological specimen.HDL Cholesterol to Total Cholesterol Ratio Measurement
HDLCLDLCC100425HDL Cholesterol/LDL CholesterolA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the amount of HDL cholesterol compared to LDL cholesterol in a biological specimen.HDL Cholesterol to LDL Cholesterol Ratio Measurement
HDLPSZC103402HDL Particle SizeA measurement of the average particle size of high-density lipoprotein in a biological specimen.HDL Particle Size Measurement
HDWC106525Hemoglobin Concentration Distribution Width;Hemoglobin Distribution WidthA measurement of the distribution of the hemoglobin concentration in red blood cells.Hemoglobin Distribution Width Measurement
HDWRC139070Ret Hemoglobin Distribution Width;Reticulocyte Hemoglobin Concentration Distribution WidthA measurement of the distribution of the hemoglobin concentration in reticulocytes.Reticulocyte Hemoglobin Distribution Width
HEABC119283Hepatitis E Virus AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis E virus antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis E Virus Antibody Measurement
HEIGGABC106526Hepatitis E Virus IgG AntibodyA measurement of IgG antibody to the hepatitis E virus in a biological specimen.Hepatitis E Virus IgG Antibody Measurement
HEIGMABC96665Hepatitis E Virus IgM AntibodyA measurement of the hepatitis E virus IgM antibody in a biological specimen.Hepatitis E Virus IgM Antibody Measurement
HEINZC74709Heinz Bodies;Heinz-Erhlich BodiesA measurement of the Heinz bodies (small round inclusions within the body of a red blood cell) in a biological specimen.Heinz-Ehrlich Body Measurement
HEINZRBCC111206Heinz Bodies/ErythrocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the erythrocytes that contain heinz bodies to total erythrocytes in a biological specimen.Heinz Body to Erythrocyte Ratio Measurement
HELMETCEC74658Helmet CellsA measurement of the Helmet cells (specialized Keratocytes with two projections on either end that are tapered and hornlike) in a biological specimen.Helmet Cell Count
HEMOLYSIC111208Hemolysis;Hemolytic IndexA measurement of the destruction of red blood cells in a biological specimen.Hemolytic Index
HER2C112312ERBB2;HER2/NEU;Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2A measurement of HER2 protein in a biological specimen.Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor 2 Measurement
HER2AGC112291HER2 Antigen;HER2/NEU AntigenA measurement of the HER2 antigen in a biological specimen.HER2 Antigen Measurement
HETRPHC116186HeterophilsA measurement of heterophils (granular leukocytes) in a biological specimen from avian species.Heterophil Measurement
HETRPHLEC116187Heterophils/LeukocytesA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of heterophils to leukocytes in a biological specimen from avian species.Heterophils to Leukocytes Ratio Measurement
HEXKC96668HexokinaseA measurement of the hexokinase in a biological specimen.Hexokinase Measurement
HGBC64848Hemoglobin;Hemoglobin MonomerA measurement of the total erythrocyte associated hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin Measurement
HGBAC92258Hemoglobin AA measurement of the hemoglobin A in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A Measurement
HGBA1HGBC147363Hemoglobin A1/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin A1 to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A1 to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBA2C92259Hemoglobin A2A measurement of the hemoglobin A2 in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A2 Measurement
HGBA2HGBC81277Hemoglobin A2/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin A2 to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A2 to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBAHGBC81276Hemoglobin A/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin A to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin A to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBBC92260Hemoglobin BA measurement of the hemoglobin B in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin B Measurement
HGBCC92261Hemoglobin CA measurement of the hemoglobin C in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin C Measurement
HGBCHGBC81278Hemoglobin C/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin C to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin C to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBDHGBC147364Hemoglobin D/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin D to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin D to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBDOXYC124343DeoxyhemoglobinA measurement of the deoxyhemoglobin, hemoglobin without oxygen, in a biological specimen.Deoxyhemoglobin Measurement
HGBEHGBC147365Hemoglobin E/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the hemoglobin E to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin E to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBFC92262Fetal Hemoglobin;Hemoglobin FA measurement of the hemoglobin F in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin F Measurement
HGBFHGBC147366Hemoglobin F/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the fetal hemoglobin (hemoglobin F) to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Hemoglobin F to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBFRC127617Hemoglobin, FreeA measurement of the hemoglobin external to erythrocytes in a biological specimen.Free Hemoglobin Measurement
HGBMETC96689MethemoglobinA measurement of the methemoglobin in a biological specimen.Methemoglobin Measurement
HGBMHGBC147367Methemoglobin/Total HemoglobinA relative measurement (ratio or percentage) of the amount of methemoglobin compared to total hemoglobin in a biological specimen.Methemoglobin to Total Hemoglobin Ratio Measurement
HGBOXYC96616