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A Content Model for the ICD-11 Revision

@inproceedings{Tu2010ACM,
  title={A Content Model for the ICD-11 Revision},
  author={Samson W. Tu and Olivier Bodenreider and Can Celik and Christopher G. Chute and Sam Heard and Robert Jakob and Guoquiang Jiang and Sukil Kim and Eric Miller and Mark Musen and Jun Nakaya and J. Patrick and Alan L. Rector and Guillermo Reynoso and Jean Marie Rodrigues and Harold and Solbrig and Kent A. Spackman and Tania Tudorache and S. Weber and Tevfik Bedirhan {\"U}st{\"u}n},
  year={2010}
}
Samson W. Tu, Olivier Bodenreider, Can Çelik, Christopher G. Chute, Sam Heard, Robert Jakob, Guoquian Jiang, Sukil Kim, Eric Miller, Mark M. Musen, Jun Nakaya, Jon Patrick, Alan Rector, Guillermo Reynoso, Jean Marie Rodrigues, Harold Solbrig, Kent A Spackman, Tania Tudorache, Stefanie Weber, Tevfik Bedirhan Üstün Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA, USA; National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD, USA; World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN, USA… 

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