66934-1  Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it [LTVH]Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it [LTVH]Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: LTVH  

NAME
  Fully Specified Name: 
Component   Property   Time   System   Scale   Method
Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it  Find  Pt  ^Patient  Ord  LTVH
  Long Common Name:  Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it [LTVH]
  Short Name:  Child stolen something LTVH

TERM DEFINITION/DESCRIPTION(S)
  This could be taking something from your pocket or backpack.
 
 

BASIC ATTRIBUTES
  Class/Type: PHENX/Clinical
  First Released in Version: 2.38
  Last Updated in Version: 2.65
  Status: Active.
Change Reason: Updated Method from PhenX to reflect the original source of the content.; Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX." to "PX" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.

NORMATIVE ANSWER LIST    (LL361-7)  
 
Source: Regenstrief Institute
  SEQ#        Answer        Answer ID    
  1       Yes
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373066001 Yes (qualifier value)    
  LA33-6  
  2       No
http://snomed.info/sct ©: 373067005 No (qualifier value)    
  LA32-8  

SURVEY QUESTION
Text: Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it? This could be taking something from your pocket or backpack.
Source: PX181402270000

MEMBER OF THESE PANELS     
  This section provides information about panels that contain this LOINC code.
  LOINC   Long Common Name  
  62911-3 PhenX domain - Psychosocial
  

PARTS

Part Type    Part No.  Part Name   
Component   LP129614-6  Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it 
Property   LP6813-2  Find   [Finding] 
Time   LP6960-1  Pt   [Point in time (spot)] 
Super System   LP6985-8  Patient 
Scale   LP7751-3  Ord 
Method   LP241961-4  LTVH   [Lifetime Trauma and Victimization History survey] 

LANGUAGE VARIANTS
  Chinese (CHINA)  (From: Regenstrief-generated full translation based on part translation provided by Lin Zhang, A LOINC volunteer from China)
 
  任何人是否曾经在您一无所知的情况下从您那里偷盗过某种东西:发现:时间点:^患者:序数型:LTVH任何人是否曾经在您一无所知的情况下从您那里偷盗过某种东西:发现:时间点:^患者:序数型:LTVH

RELATED NAMES
  Child stolen something PhenX Qualitative
  Finding Point in time Random
  Findings QL Screen
  Ordinal Qual  

RELATED CODES
Code System Code Code Text Code Version
   https://www.phenxtoolkit.org   PX181402270000   PX181402_Stolen_Without_Knowledge   

CHANGE HISTORY
  Change Type: MIN

CITATION
  Description: Widom, C. S., Dutton, M. A., Czaja, S. J., & DuMont, K. A. (2005). Development and validation of a new instrument to assess lifetime trauma and victimization history. Journal of Traumatic Stress,18(5), 519–531.
 
 

INTERNAL FIELDS
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  Long Common Name: Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it [LTVH]
  Shortname: Child stolen something LTVH
  Fully Specified Name: Has anyone ever stolen something from you without your knowing it: Find: Pt: ^Patient: Ord: LTVH
     
  Component Word Count: 11
  ID: 62656
  Status (Raw): ACTIVE

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