Rare diseases and alignment with ICD-10, ICD-11, OMIM, UMLS, MeSH, MedDRA and GARD.
Orphanet Knowledge base release of July 2023
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Rare diseases and map with SNOMED CT
A SNOMED CT-Orphanet nomenclature map has been produced in XLSX format in English. The product of a joint project carried out under a collaboration agreement between the Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (INSERM) and SNOMED International.
Based on an agreed priority set, new concepts for rare diseases as defined in Orphanet have been added to SNOMED CT and a map from SNOMED CT to the Orphanet Nomenclature of Rare Diseases has been created.
Access to the human readable map is made available from Orphanet below, and the RF2 version is available from SNOMED International for Members and Affiliates from the organization’s Member Licensing and Distribution Service ( https://mlds.ihtsdotools.org).
Map release of October 2022
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