H 1150  Diseases

 

PATTERNS:  Cancer; Tuberculosis

 

TYPES OF HEADINGS COVERED BY THE PATTERN:  Headings for individual or types of diseases and other medical conditions, including abnormalities, functional disorders, mental disorders, manifestations of disease, and wounds and injuries.  The category includes animal as well as human diseases but does not cover plant diseases.  Examples:  Bronchitis; Burns and scalds; Cleft palate; Down syndrome; Equine herpesvirus diseases; Fever in children; Gastrointestinal system–Motility–Disorders; Pain; Rabies; Sleep disorders; Schizophrenia; Sports injuries; Tuberculosis in poultry; Virus diseases.  Also included are headings for parts of the body divided by subdivisions for diseases, injuries, or other pathological conditions from the pattern list for organs and regions of the body (H 1164), for example,  Brain–Abscess;  Breast–Cancer;  Duodenum–Ulcers;  Face–Abnormalities; Liver–Diseases; Skin–Infections; Spine–Wounds and injuries; and headings for chemical substances subdivided by –Metabolism–Disorders, for example, Calcium–Metabolism–Disorders; Proteins–Metabolism–Disorders.  Not covered are headings for medical or surgical procedures and the general heading Diseases.

 

CONFLICTS:  Any subdivision listed here can be used as a free-floating subdivision under any heading belonging to the category if it is appropriate and no conflict exists in the subject authority file.  Subject authority records may exist for headings employing variant phrases or subdivisions equivalent to subdivisions on this list.

 

LC practice:

If an exceptional variant form is to be retained, make a UF reference from the equivalent free-floating subdivision form following the procedures in H 195 if the reference does not yet exist.  Otherwise, submit a proposal to change the variant form along with all bibliographic records requiring correction following the procedures in H 193.

 

Note:  Most form subdivisions coded $v in this list may also be used as topical subdivisions coded $x when assigned to works about the form (see H 1075, sec. 1.d.).

 

$x  Adjuvant treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Age factors  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Alternative treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Animal models  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Ayurvedic treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Chemoprevention  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Chemotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Chemotherapy $x  Complications (May Subd Geog)

$x  Chiropractic treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Complications (May Subd Geog)

$x  Cryosurgery  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Cryotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Cytodiagnosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Cytopathology

$x  Diagnosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Diet therapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Diet therapy $v Recipes

$x  Differentiation therapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Dosimetric treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Early detection  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Eclectic treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Endocrine aspects

$x  Endoscopic surgery  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Environmental aspects  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Epidemiology

$x  Etiology

$x  Exercise therapy   (May Subd Geog)

$x  Gene therapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Genetic aspects

$x  Histopathology

$x  Homeopathic treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Hormone therapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Hormone therapy $x Complications  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Hospitals  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Imaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Immunodiagnosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Immunological aspects

$x  Immunotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Interventional radiology  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Intraoperative radiotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Laser surgery  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Law and legislation   (May Subd Geog)

$x  Magnetic resonance imaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Microbiology  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Molecular aspects

$x  Molecular diagnosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Mortality  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Nursing  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Nutritional aspects  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Palliative treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Pathogenesis

$x  Pathophysiology

$x  Patients  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Photochemotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Phototherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Physical therapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Prevention

$x  Prevention $x Needs assessment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Prognosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Psychological aspects

$x  Psychosomatic aspects  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Radioimmunoimaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Radioimmunotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Radionuclide imaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Radiotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Radiotherapy $x Complications  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Relapse  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Religious aspects

$x  Religious aspects $x Baptists, [Catholic Church, etc.]

$x  Religious aspects $x Buddhism, [Christianity, etc.]

$x  Reoperation   (May Subd Geog)

$x  Reporting  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Risk factors  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Seasonal variations  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Serodiagnosis  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Sex factors  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Spectroscopic imaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Surgery  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Surgery $x Complications   (May Subd Geog)

$x  Surgery $x Nursing  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Susceptibility  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Thermotherapy  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Tomography  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Transmission  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Treatment  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Treatment $x Complications  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Ultrasonic imaging  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Vaccination  (May Subd Geog)

$x  Vaccination $x Complications  (May Subd Geog)

 

 

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