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Validating controlled terminology in sdtm domains

CDISC Controlled Terminology is maintained and distributed as part of NCI Thesaurus on an NCI File Transfer Protocol (FTP) site and is available for direct download on this page.

It is available in Excel, text, odm.xml, pdf, html and OWL/RDF formats.

SDTM stands for Standard data Tabulation Model, which defines a standard structure for study data tabulations that are to be submitted as part of a product application to a regulatory authority such as the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 2.

We have the CDISC standards specifications, the implementation guides (further abbreviated as "IG") and we have the

Furthermore we currently have two formats for the datasets themselves: SAS Transport 5 and Dataset-XML.

The common factor between the matching terms in Test Code and Test Name codelists (or parameter code and parameter name codelists) is the NCIt C-code, which is found in the first column of the published terminology.

The NCIt C-code for the term in the test code or parameter code codelist is exactly the same as the NCIt C-code for the same term in the test name or parameter name codelist.

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