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Extending Controlled Terminology in CDI.pdf

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SAS® Clinical Data Integration offers the ability to use additional controlled terminology beyond that provided by CDISC in order to standardize and validate data values. Terminology commonly used in this way includes MedDRA codes and the WHO Drug Dictionary, but even customized, company-specific terminology can be implemented. Users can also register newer versions of CDISC-published terminology that is not included in their version of SAS® Clinical Standards Toolkit. This paper fully describes the steps necessary to import extended controlled terminology into SAS Clinical Data Integration, use the terminology for compliance checks and lookups, and include or exclude the terminology from the define.xml document.


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