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New view of the Mondo Disease Ontology High-level Classification According to Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine textbook.

Sabrina Toro; Ada Hamosh; Nico Matentzoglu; Monica Munoz-Torres; Lauren Chan; Courtney Thaxton; Gioconda Alyea; Melissa Haendel; Chris Mungall; Peter N Robinson; Nicole Vasilevsky

Medical and ontology experts met at a workshop in April 2021 to investigate a new classification for the Mondo ontology that may complement/correspond with the clinical community's approach to disease classification. The “Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine” textbook (below called ‘Harrison’) has been used as a landmark in medicine, for both trainees and practicing clinicians. The goal of this workshop was to review the high-level classification of Mondo to reflect the organization of Harrison's book of medicine, and thereby offer a clinically oriented view of Mondo (called “Harrison view”). This report summarizes the changes made to the Mondo ontology and the creation of a new “Harrison view” of Mondo.

This work was supported by NHI/NHGRI 1RM1HG010860-01
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