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In personality pathology, dimensional models of personality disorders (also known as the dimensional approach to personality disorders, dimensional classification, and dimensional assessments) conceptualize personality disorders as quantitatively rather than qualitatively different from normal personality.

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the feasibility of dimensional classification and would address some limitations of the purely categorical approach (e.g., failure to capture individual differences in disorder severity, and clinically significant features subsumed by other disorders or falling below conventional DSM thresholds).

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Many disorders (especially personality disorders) are simply normal traits. Mapping from a Clinical Terminology to a Classification. by Margo Imel, RHIT, MBA, SNOMED International, and James R.

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Campbell, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center. The paper discusses mapping and the relationships of SNOMED CT® to a statistical and administrative classification system such as ICDCM.

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The book goes way beyond your ordinary account of octrees and quadtrees. I have written many such multidimensional data structures as part of my professional career, and yet I found many novel data structures described in the book.

The book contains only four chapters.Terminology and classification systems are significantly lacking in any principled approach to validation and quality assurance. While this sufficed in the past, it is simply anachronistic to contemporary requirements.

Getting from the present state to the desired vision is challenging for the US.Criticism: In both classifications, the definitions mix semiological terms with epileptogenic zone terminology.

Lüders et al. felt this was confusing and suggested a pure semiological seizure classification as part of a multidimensional epilepsy classification, in which seizure semiology and epileptogenic zone are independent dimensions.