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    • Cross Paradigm Gender Harmony - Sex and Gender Representation (OTHER)
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    • DICOM PET Scan Use Case
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      This use case is illustrative of how ancillary systems in imagingillustrates DICOM Sex and Gender encodingdownstream from the EHRincluding: admission, patient prepare likely to consumeexamination, post processing and create evidence documents in response to Sex and Gender encodingreporting for a PET/CT examination order. In this case, there are three instances of Sex For Clinical Use (SFCU). First, the ordering physiciansphysician provides instructions for interpreting lab values within a Sex for Clinical Use comment. In the second SFCU, an a post-processing AI (Artifical Intelligence (AI) application utilizes the Sex Assigned at Birth for the basis of reference values. Third, the radiologist determines the appropriate sex to use based on the patient's body composition for a Standard Uptake Value (SUV) calculation. A patient with EHR Sex for Clinical Use (SFCU) of “female” and a EHR Gender Identity of “male” checks-in for a PET/CT examination. The examination is performed, the patient’s demographics are updated, and the report is delivered. The DICOM (Digital Imaging and COmmunications in Medicine) Standard attributes in this use case are not, at time of publication of this Implementation Guide, normative, and details in DICOM are still being defined. IfReaders interested in participating in development of DICOM Sex and Gender encoding+,+ please contact the DICOM Secretariat.

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      Persuasive with mod  (note to voters: consider changing SFCU to SPCU)  Changes to input/pagecontent/dicom_use_case.md: This use case  is illustrative of how ancillary systems in imaging illustrates DICOM Sex and Gender encoding ,  downstream from the EHR including: admission, patient prep ,  are likely to consume examination, post processing  and  create evidence documents in response to Sex and Gender encoding reporting for a PET/CT examination order . In this case, there are three instances of Sex For Clinical Use (SFCU). First, the ordering  physicians physician  provides instructions for interpreting lab values within a Sex for Clinical Use comment. In the second SFCU,  an   a post-processing AI  ( Artifical Intelligence   (AI ) application utilizes the Sex Assigned at Birth for the basis of reference values. Third, the radiologist determines the appropriate sex to use based on the patient's body composition for a Standard Uptake Value (SUV) calculation.  A patient with EHR Sex for Clinical Use (SFCU) of “female” and a EHR Gender Identity of “male” checks-in for a PET/CT examination.   The  examination is performed, the patient’s demographics are updated, and the report is delivered. The   DICOM (Digital Imaging and COmmunications in Medicine)  Standard   attributes in this use case are not , at time of publication of this Implementation Guide,   normative, and details in DICOM are still being defined.  If Readers   interested in participating in development of DICOM Sex and Gender encoding+,+ please contact the  DICOM Secretariat .
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      First, the ordering physicians provides (remove the 's') instructions for interpreting lab values within a SFCU comment

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            carmela_couderc Carmela A. Couderc
            Mary Kay McDaniel
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