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    Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Intermediate Representation
    (2013-09-17) Grove, Michael
    Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation "Intermediate Representation" developed in Michael Grove, PhD dissertation (September, 2013). This is an artifact which informed the subsequent development of the TBI rehabilitation ontology also archived in the conservancy.
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    TBI Rehabilitation Ontology
    (2013-09-16) Grove, Michael
    Archived version of Traumatic Brain Injury rehabilitation ontology developed in PhD dissertation research. The ontology will also be uploaded into the BioPortal ontology repository.
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    Surgical Action Predicates with Mapping
    (2012-10-31) Wang, Yan; Pakhomov, Serguei; Melton, Genevieve
    The ‘procedure description’ section in operative note contains a significant amount of description of actions performed during an operation. The action predicates (e.g., fill, incision, irrigate, etc.) encode predicative relations between nominal arguments (e.g., chamber, viscoelastic, Murphy hook, L5 root, antibiotic solution). These predicate arguments convey the important details about actions performed during a procedure. This dataset includes frequent action predicates collected from 362,310 operation narratives obtained from University of Minnesota-affiliated Fairview Health Services with the UMLS and SPECIALIST lexicon mapping.
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    Clinical Symbol Sense Inventory
    (2012-10-31) Moon, Sungrim; Pakhomov, Serguei; Melton, Genevieve
    Although clinical texts contain many symbols, relatively little attention has been given to symbol resolution by medical natural language processing (NLP) researchers. Interpreting the meaning of symbols may be viewed as a special case of Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD). One thousand instances of four common non-alphanumeric symbols (‘+’, ‘–’, ‘/’, and ‘#’) were randomly extracted from a clinical document repository and annotated by experts. De-identified data are available for researchers.
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    Clinical Abbreviation Sense Inventory
    (2012-10-31) Moon, Sungrim; Pakhomov, Serguei; Melton, Genevieve
    A sense inventory is a collection of abbreviations and acronyms (short forms) with their possible senses (long forms), along with other corresponding information about these terms. For our comprehensive sense inventory for clinical abbreviations and acronyms, a total of 440 most frequently used abbreviations and acronyms were selected from 352,267 dictated clinical notes. 949 senses of each abbreviation and acronym were manually annotated from 500 random instances within clinical notes and lexically aligned with 17,359 long forms of the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS), 5,233 long forms of Another Database of Abbreviations in Medline (ADAM), and 4,879 long forms in Stedman’s Medical Abbreviations, Acronyms & Symbols (4th edition).