DICOM PS3.17 2021e - Explanatory Information

N.3.13 Pulmonic Valve / Pulmonic Artery

Name of ASE Concept

Base Measurement Concept Name

Concept or Acquisition Context Modifiers

Main Pulmonary Artery Diameter

(18020-8, LN, "Main Pulmonary Artery Diameter")

Main Pulmonary Artery Velocity

(399048009, SCT, "Main Pulmonary Artery Velocity")

Right Pulmonary Artery Diameter

(18021-6, LN, "Right Pulmonary Artery Diameter")

Left Pulmonary Artery Diameter

(18019-0, LN, "Left Pulmonary Artery Diameter")

Pulmonic Valve Systolic Peak Instantaneous Gradient

(20247-3, LN, "Peak Gradient")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (263677008, SCT, "Antegrade Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Systolic Mean Gradient

(20256-4, LN, "Mean Gradient")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (263677008, SCT, "Antegrade Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Systolic Peak Velocity

(20354-7, LN, 11726-7, LN, "Peak Velocity")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (263677008, SCT, "Antegrade Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Systolic Velocity Time Integral

(20354-7, LN, "Velocity Time Integral")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (263677008, SCT, "Antegrade Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Area by Continuity

(18096-8, LN, "Pulmonic valve Area by Continuity")

Pulmonic Valve Acceleration Time

(20168-1, LN, "Acceleration Time")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (312004007, SCT, "Regurgitant Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Regurgitant End Diastolic Velocity

(11653-3, LN, "End Diastolic Velocity")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (312004007, SCT, "Regurgitant Flow")

Pulmonic Valve Regurgitant Diastolic Peak Velocity

(11726-7, LN, "Peak Velocity")

(260674002, SCT, "Direction of Flow") = (312004007, SCT, "Regurgitant Flow")

Note

Pulmonic Valve measurements appear in TID 5202 “Echo Section”, which specifies the Finding Site to be Pulmonic Valve with the concept modifier (363698007, SCT, "Finding Site") = (46030003, SCT, "Pulmonic Valve"). Therefore, this Finding Site concept modifier does not appear in the right column.

DICOM PS3.17 2021e - Explanatory Information