TID 4103 Chest CAD Composite Feature Body Template

The details of a composite feature are expressed in this template. It is applied to Chest CAD Composite Feature (TID 4102).

TID 4103CHEST CAD COMPOSITE FEATURE BODYType: Non-Extensible Order: Significant

NL Rel with Parent VT Concept Name VM Req Type Condition Value Set Constraint
1 CODE EV (111016, DCM, “Composite type”) 1 M DCID (6035) Composite Feature Relations
2 CODE EV (111057, DCM, “Scope of Feature”) 1 M DCID (6036) Scope of Feature
3 NUM EV (111011, DCM, “Certainty of feature”) 1 U UNITS = EV (%, UCUM, “Percent”) Value = 0 – 100
4 INCLUDE DTID (4107) Chest CAD Geometry 1 U
5 INCLUDE DTID (1400) Linear Measurement 1-n U
6 INCLUDE DTID (1401) Area Measurement 1-n U
7 INCLUDE DTID (1402) Volume Measurement 1-n U
8 INCLUDE DTID (4105) Chest CAD Descriptors 1 U
9 NUM DCID (6133) Chest Quantitative Temporal Difference Type 1-n UC May be present IFF the value of row 1 is (111153, DCM, “Target content items are related temporally”)
10 > R-INFERRED FROM NUM 2 U The referenced numeric values shall have the same Concept Name. Their UNITS shall be the same as row 9
11 CODE EV (111049, DCM, “Qualitative Difference”) 1-n UC May be present only if the value of row 1 is (111153, DCM, “Target content items are related temporally”) DCID (6134) Qualitative Temporal Difference Type
12 > HAS PROPERTIES TEXT EV (111021, DCM, “Description of Change”) 1 U
13 > R-INFERRED FROM CODE 2 M The referenced content items shall have the same Concept Name and their code values shall be from the same context group.

Content Item Descriptions

Certainty of Feature The certainty of the CAD device that the feature analyzed and classified by the CODE, as specified in the Composite Feature parent template, is in fact that type of feature.
Volume Measurement If dimensions for a volume are to be stated in terms of length, width, and depth, then one shall use 3 instances of TID (1400) Linear Measurement.
Row 9 Values ( 0 are allowed. The two referenced numeric values are target content items of the first generation Composite Feature or Single Image Finding children of this composite feature. Given the equation, A – B, the value representing A shall be referenced first.
Qualitative Difference The two referenced code values are target content items of the first generation Composite Feature or Single Image Finding children of this composite feature.