LOINC
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LL3950-4Present | AbsentActive

Basic Properties

OID
1.3.6.1.4.1.12009.10.1.2578
Name
Present | Absent
Description
Answers: 2; Scale: Ord; Code: -; Score: -
LOINCs Using This List
19

Answer List

Answer Code Score Answer ID
Present Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:52101004 Present (qualifier value) LA9633-4
Absent Copyright http://snomed.info/sct ID:2667000 Absent (qualifier value) LA9634-2

LOINC FHIR® API Examples - CodeSystem and ValueSet Requests Get Info

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LOINC Terms That Use This Answer List

98208-2 Borrelia burgdorferi IgM Ab [Presence] in Cerebral spinal fluid by Immunoassay
84918-2 Chromosome X aneuploidy [Presence] in Amniotic fluid or Chorionic villus sample by FISH
84917-4 Chromosome Y aneuploidy [Presence] in Amniotic fluid or Chorionic villus sample by FISH
84890-3 Distant metastases confirmed by histology [Presence] in Cancer specimen
82137-1 FGFR3 gene p.Gly380Arg targeted mutation analysis in Amniotic fluid or Chorionic villus sample by Molecular genetics method
85091-7 HBA2 gene alpha 3.7kb triplication [Presence] in Blood by Molecular genetics method
94737-4 Intraductal carcinoma of prostate [Presence] in Specimen by Microscopy
98210-8 Legionella pneumophila IgM Ab [Presence] in Serum by Immunoassay
84896-0 Lymph node(s) [Presence] in Specimen
84876-2 Obstruction of Bowel [Presence]
84899-4 Other nodules greater than 10mm in diameter [Presence] in Prostate tumor
84874-7 Perforation into peritoneal cavity
84881-2 Polyps [Presence] in Specimen
84886-1 Satellite nodules [Presence] in Colorectal cancer specimen
84895-2 Seminal vesicles [Presence] in Specimen
81181-0 Serosal surface involvement [Presence] in Tumor by Light microscopy
82904-4 t(9;22)(q34.1;q11)(ABL1,BCR) fusion transcript [Presence] in Bone marrow by Molecular genetics method
98215-7 Treponema pallidum Ab [Presence] in Cerebral spinal fluid by Immunoassay
84879-6 Tumor perforation [Presence] by Macroscopy