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Hunterdon Family Medical History



This data structure collects family medical history data as defined by Hunterdon Healthcare Center

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectABC_Comm_SRC_Subject_ID
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldABC_Comm_interview_date
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.ABC_Comm_interview_age
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form dataABC_Comm_comments_misc
hd_circ_97_percString20RecommendedHead Circumference > 97 %tileYes;No
hd_circ_97_perc_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedHead Circumference > 97 %tile Degree Relationship
hd_circ_97_perc_relatn_typeString255RecommendedHead Circumference > 97 %tile Relationship Type
hd_circ_97_perc_add_relatnString255RecommendedHead Circumference > 97 %tile Additional Relationships
aneurysm_famString20RecommendedAneurysm in FamilyYes;No
aneurysm_fam_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedAneurysm in Family Degree of Relationship
aneurysm_fam_relatn_typeString255RecommendedAneurysm in Family Relationship Type
aneurysm_fam_add_relatnString255RecommendedAneurysm in Family Additional Relationships
hemangioma_famString20RecommendedHemangiomas in FamilyYes;No
hemangioma_fam_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedHemangiomas in Family Degree of Relationship
hemangioma_fam_relatn_typeString255RecommendedHemangiomas in Family Relationship Type
hemangioma_fam_add_relatnString255RecommendedHemangiomas in Family Additional Relationships
kidney_cancerString20RecommendedKidney CancerYes;No
kidney_cancer_famString20RecommendedKidney Cancer in FamilyYes;No
kidney_cancer_fam_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedKidney Cancer in Family Degree of Relationship
kidney_cancer_fam_relatn_typeString255RecommendedKidney Cancer in Family Relationship Type
kidney_cancer_fam_add_relatnString255RecommendedKidney Cancer in Family Additional Relationships
thyroid_cancerString20RequiredThyroid CancerYes;No;999
thyroid_cancer_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedThyroid Cancer Degree Relationship
thyroid_cancer_relatn_typeString255RecommendedThyroid Cancer Relationship Type
thyroid_cancer_add_relatnString255RecommendedThyroid Cancer Additional Relationships
thyroid_noduleString20RequiredThyroid NodulesYes;No;999
thyroid_nodule_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedThyroid Nodules Degree Relationship
thyroid_nodule_relatn_typeString255RecommendedThyroid Nodules Relationship Type
thyroid_nodule_add_relatnString255RecommendedThyroid Nodules Additional Relationships
thyroid_goiterString20RequiredThyroid GoiterYes;No;999
thyroid_goiter_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedThyroid Goiter Degree Relationship
thyroid_goiter_relatn_typeString255RecommendedThyroid Goiter Relationship Type
thyroid_goiter_add_relatnString255RecommendedThyroid Goiter Additional Relationships
hashimotosString20RecommendedHashimoto's DiseaseYes;No
hashimotos_relatnIntegerRecommendedHashimoto's Disease Relationship
hashimotos_relatn_typeString255RecommendedHashimoto's Disease Relationship Type
hashimotos_add_relatnString255RecommendedHashimoto's Disease Additional Relationships
hyperthyroid_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedHyperthyroidism Degree Relationship
hyperthyroid_relatn_typeString255RecommendedHyperthyroidism Relationship Type
hyperthyroid_add_relatnString255RecommendedHyperthyroidism Additional Relationships
uterine_cancerString20RecommendedUterine CancerYes;No
uterine_cancer_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedUterine Cancer Degree Relationship
uterine_cancer_relatn_typeString255RecommendedUterine Cancer Relationship Type
uterine_cancer_add_relatnString255RecommendedUterine Cancer Additional Relationships
uterine_fibroidString20RecommendedUterine FibroidsYes;No
uterine_fibroid_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedUterine Fibroids Degree Relationship
uterine_fibroid_relatn_typeString255RecommendedUterine Fibroids Relationship Type
uterine_fibroid_add_relatnString255RecommendedUterine Fibroids Additional Relationships
breast_cancerString20RecommendedBreast CancerYes;No;Unknown
breast_cancer_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedBreast Cancer Degree Relationship
breast_cancer_relatn_typeString255RecommendedBreast Cancer Relationship Type
breast_cancer_add_relatnString255RecommendedBreast Cancer Additional Relationships
fibrocyst_breastString20RecommendedFibrocystic BreastsYes;No
fibrocyst_breast_deg_relatnIntegerRecommendedFibrocystic Breasts Degree Relationship
fibrocyst_breast_relatn_typeString255RecommendedFibrocystic Breasts Relationship Type
fibrocyst_breast_add_relatnString255RecommendedFibrocystic Breasts Additional Relationships
facial_papulesString20RecommendedFacial PapulesYes;No
skin_findingsString20RecommendedSkin FindingsYes;No
penile_frecklingString20RecommendedPenile FrecklingYes;No
oral_findingsString20RecommendedOral FindingsYes;No
lhermitte_duclosString20RecommendedLhermitte DuclosYes;No
proteus_syndromeString20RecommendedProteus SyndromeYes;No
hamartomatous_polypsString20RecommendedHamartomatous PolypsYes;No
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Distribution for DataStructure: hunterdon_family_med01 and Element:
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