The SPECIALIST LEXICON is provided by the National Library of Medicine. It was first released in 1994. It is intended to be a general English lexicon that includes many biomedical terms. It contains a range of linguistic knowledge, which includes syntactic categorization, variant forms, and specifications of acronyms and abbreviations. It is the fundamental piece for biomedical natural language processing (NLP) and used in the development of UMLS Metathesaurus.
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