Medical Database

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Our searchable database provides information about programs and services for children birth to 26 with disabilities and other special needs in the NEW YORK CITY METROPOLITAN AREA. It includes national organizations and residential programs such as camps and schools that serve children from New York City. From any on-line computer you can search our database by Agency Name, Category, or Service. You can get a broad list of agencies that provide a service, or you can focus your search by adding a location (by zip code or borough), type of disability, and/or child's age.

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The Diseases Database is based on a collection of about 8,500 concepts, called "items", related to human medicine including diseases, drugs, symptoms, physical signs and abnormal laboratory results. In order to link items to both each other and external information resources three sets of metadata are modelled within the database.

Items are assigned various relationships e.g. diabetes mellitus type 2 is labelled "a risk factor for" ischaemic heart disease. More formally the database employs an entity-attribute-value model with items populating both entity and value slots. Relationships may be read in either direction e.g. the assertion "myocardial infarction {may cause} chest pain" has the corollary "chest pain {may be caused by} myocardial infarction". Such relationships aggregate within the database and allow lists to be retrieved - e.g. a list of items which may cause chest pain, and a list of items which may be caused by myocardial infarction.

Most items are assigned topic specific hyperlinks to Web resources which include Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man, eMedicine. Most items are mapped to concepts within the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS). UMLS links enable the display of short text definitions or Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) scope notes for the majority of items on the database. The UMLS map also enables links to and from other medical classifications and terminologies e.g. ICD-9 and SNOMED.

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