Valérie Bertaud Gounot

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PURPOSE Collecting and analyzing findings constitute the basis of medical activity. Computer assisted medical activity raises the problem of modelling findings. We propose a unified representation of findings integrating the representations of findings in the GAMUTS in Radiology [M.M. Reeder, B. Felson, GAMUTS in radiology Comprehensive lists of roentgen(More)
Expert systems of the 1980s have failed on the difficulties of maintaining large rule bases. The current work proposes a method to achieve and maintain rule bases grounded on ontologies (like NCIT). The process described here for an expert system on plasma cell disorder encompasses extraction of a sub-ontology and automatic and comprehensive generation of(More)
Multiple myeloma (MM) is a malignant disorder characterized by the monoclonal proliferation of B cell derived plasma cells in the bone marrow. The diagnosis depends on the identification of abnormal monoclonal marrow plasma cells, monoclonal protein in the serum or urine, evidence of end-organ damage, and a clinical picture consistent with MM. The(More)
The representations of findings in clinical radiology are heterogeneous. Motivations for developing a unified representation include the semantic integration of medical reports based on DICOM-SR(Digital Image Communication in Medicine Structured Reporting), bibliographic databases in the context of evidence-based medicine, and teaching resources. In this(More)
UNLABELLED Semantic interoperability based on ontologies allows systems to combine their information and process them automatically. The ability to extract meaningful fragments from ontology is a key for the ontology re-use and the construction of a subset will help to structure clinical data entries. The aim of this work is to provide a method for(More)
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