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TID 10031 Radiation Dose Estimate

The dose estimate is used to record the results from one analysis method from one or more radiation sources. Organ dose estimates are calculated from one or more irradiation events to a patient. The output from one or more sources of radiation can be used separately or combined to estimate the dose to a patient or individual organs.

Type:

Extensible

Order:

Non-Significant

Root:

No

Table TID 10031. Radiation Dose Estimate

NL

Rel with Parent

VT

Concept Name

VM

Req Type

Condition

Value Set Constraint

1

CONTAINS

CONTAINER

EV (128402, DCM, "Radiation Dose Estimate")

1

M

2

>

HAS CONCEPT MOD

TEXT

EV (128403, DCM, "Radiation Dose Estimate Name")

1

M

3

>

CONTAINS

TEXT

EV (121106, DCM, "Comment")

1

U

4

>

CONTAINS

INCLUDE

DTID 10033 “Radiation Dose Estimate Methodology”

1

M

5

>

CONTAINS

INCLUDE

DTID 10032 “Radiation Dose Estimate Representation”

1-n

U

6

>

CONTAINS

CONTAINER

EV (113517, DCM, "Organ Radiation Dose Information")

1-n

M

7

>>

CONTAINS

CODE

EV (113343008, SCT, "Organ")

1

M

DCID 10060 “Organs for Radiation Dose Estimates”

8

>>>

HAS CONCEPT MOD

CODE

EV (272741003, SCT, "Laterality")

1

MC

IF Row 7 has laterality

DCID 244 Laterality

9

>>

CONTAINS

TEXT

EV (121106, DCM, "Comment")

1

U

10

>>

CONTAINS

NUM

DCID 10061 “Absorbed Radiation Dose Types”

1

M

UNITS = EV (mGy, UCUM, "mGy")

11

>>>

HAS PROPERTIES

NUM

DCID 225 “Measurement Uncertainty Concepts”

1-n

U

UNITS = EV (mGy, UCUM, "mGy")

12

>>>>

HAS PROPERTIES

TEXT

EV (128511, DCM, "Reference to Uncertainty Determination Method")

1

U

13

>>

CONTAINS

NUM

DCID 10062 “Equivalent Radiation Dose Types”

1

U

UNITS = EV (mSv, UCUM, "mSv")

14

>>>

HAS PROPERTIES

NUM

DCID 225 “Measurement Uncertainty Concepts”

1-n

U

UNITS = EV (mSv, UCUM, "mSv")

15

>>>>

HAS PROPERTIES

TEXT

EV (128511, DCM, "Reference to Uncertainty Determination Method")

1

U


Content Item Descriptions

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Equivalent Dose is an international quantity and includes the use of a Radiation Weighting Factor to compensate for the radiation type, e.g., photon, neutron, alpha or beta particle, etc. Stating equivalent dose is not recommended in almost all dosimetry situations, except in Radiopharmaceutical dose. This is not Effective Dose.

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