|Number of classes:||3876|
|Number of individuals:||0|
|Number of properties:||13|
|Maximum number of children:||117|
|Average number of children:||4|
|Classes with a single child:||23|
|Classes with more than 25 children:||12|
|Classes with no definition:||3876|
|Description||A coding system for reporting adverse events that occur in the course of cancer therapy. It was derived from the Common Toxicity Criteria (CTC) v2.0 and is maintained by the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP) at the National Cancer Institution (NCI).|
|Contact||CTCAE Help, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Review By lpersaud on 11/30/2011|
It would be of most help to be able to call a service that covers prior versions of CTCAE begining with version 2.0.
|Review By VCDE on 06/16/2010|
Review for Version 3 The review was performed using VRC version 2.0. The VRC criteria include elements for: -Understandability, Reproducibility and Usability -Quality of Documentation -Maintenance and Extensions -Accessibility and Distribution -Intellectual Property Considerations -Quality Assurance and Quality Control -Textual Definitions -Community Acceptance -Reporting Requirements The review concluded that the CTCAE as represented in the NCIT does a reasonable job of meeting the caBIG-VCDE requirements for controlled terminologies. This is due to a favorable combination of CTEP's documentation and content coverage with the NCIT's good terminology practices. Most areas needing improvement can be remedied with relatively little effort (compared to the effort needed to add the CTCAE to the NCIT in the first place). However, developing on-going maintenance policies and procedures for the CTCAE and its reconciliation with MedDRA will be require significant commitment by both CTEP and the NCIT. CTCAE version 3 is not recommended as a %u201Ccertified%u201D NCI standard vocabulary. See: https://gforge.nci.nih.gov/frs/?group_id=236 for more details.
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|4.03 (Parsed, Indexed, Metrics, Annotator)||06/14/2010||08/04/2011||OWL | CSV | RDF/XML | Diff|