1. The refset will have a stated inclusion criterion, exclusion criterion, and purpose (which as whole is the definition). The definition includes examples that are part of the refset, as well as boundary cases that should not be part of the refset.
2. The stated definition, inclusion criterion, exclusion criterion, and boundary cases must be understandable, reproducible, and useful, in that at least two independent modelers can review the contents of the refset, and agree on the inclusion of concepts, and exclusion of related concepts (siblings and lexically similar terms). If URU is not achieved, then the stated definition, inclusion criterion, exclusion criterion, purpose, and boundary cases that should not be part of the refset needs to be revised until URU is achieved.
Done; I thought had done it already.
When I look at the refset, I still see the normal skin temp value. Am I doing something wrong?
I see it again too, Holly.
I removed it (again) just now; I am not sure why this is happening; changes to non-query refsets don't need to be saved.
I've reported this issue to termMed. I see it as well and I deleted it also.
termMed fixed the issue. It was caused by a defect in their software. Holly please review refset in termspace to confirm. I no longer see "normal" in the refset.