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Eén radiologisch lexicon voor Nederland en Vlaanderen: zin of onzin?

Jan Bosmans (UGent)
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Flemish and Dutch radiologists speak the same language but use a different medical lexicon for historical reasons. The border between the Netherlands and Flanders (Belgium) however is fading for patients as well as doctors. Therefore, evolution towards a common radiological lexicon would make sense. One of the ways to realize this objective can be to translate and adapt the American RadLex lexicon together.
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transnational cooperation, Radiology, terminology

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Bosmans, Jan. 2012. “Eén Radiologisch Lexicon Voor Nederland En Vlaanderen: Zin of Onzin?” In Terminologie in Het Nederlandse Taalgebied, ed. Els Ruijsendaal and Cornelia Wermuth, 3:11–25. Gent: Academia Press.
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Bosmans, J. (2012). Eén radiologisch lexicon voor Nederland en Vlaanderen: zin of onzin? In E. Ruijsendaal & C. Wermuth (Eds.), Terminologie in het Nederlandse Taalgebied (Vol. 3, pp. 11–25). Presented at the TiNT-dag 2011 : terminologie in het Nederlandse taalgebied, Gent: Academia Press.
Vancouver
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Bosmans J. Eén radiologisch lexicon voor Nederland en Vlaanderen: zin of onzin? In: Ruijsendaal E, Wermuth C, editors. Terminologie in het Nederlandse Taalgebied. Gent: Academia Press; 2012. p. 11–25.
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Bosmans, Jan. “Eén Radiologisch Lexicon Voor Nederland En Vlaanderen: Zin of Onzin?” Terminologie in Het Nederlandse Taalgebied. Ed. Els Ruijsendaal & Cornelia Wermuth. Vol. 3. Gent: Academia Press, 2012. 11–25. Print.
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  abstract     = {Flemish and Dutch radiologists speak the same language but use a different medical lexicon for historical reasons. The border between the Netherlands and Flanders (Belgium) however is fading for patients as well as doctors. Therefore, evolution towards a common radiological lexicon would make sense. One of the ways to realize this objective can be to translate and adapt the American RadLex lexicon together.},
  author       = {Bosmans, Jan},
  booktitle    = {Terminologie in het Nederlandse Taalgebied},
  editor       = {Ruijsendaal, Els and Wermuth, Cornelia},
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  keyword      = {transnational cooperation,Radiology,terminology},
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  pages        = {11--25},
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  title        = {E{\'e}n radiologisch lexicon voor Nederland en Vlaanderen: zin of onzin?},
  volume       = {3},
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