It is definitely possible - here's a pre-release version of our Shrimp browser 
using only FHIR APIs  http://ontoserver.csiro.au/shrimpšŸ”„/

(Hope that Unicode works :-)

Michae

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> On 13 Sep 2016, at 1:23 AM, Thomas Beale <thomas.be...@openehr.org> wrote:
> 
> Bert,
> 
> these are just selectors; what I mean is that in the generated result - the 
> actual value set - that IS-A relationships are returned as well as concept 
> codes. Without IS-A relationships a user can't navigate a value set larger 
> than a few terms in a useful way in a real system.
> 
> - thomas
> 
>> On 12/09/2016 10:23, Bert Verhees wrote:
>> Op 12-9-2016 om 10:30 schreef Thomas Beale:
>>> does the expansion preserve IS-A relationships (at least optionally)? 
>>> That's crucial for making any value set of more than about 20 terms usable 
>>> in a real system.
>> 
>> I think you need to do that by additional refinements, f.e.
>> 
>> < 19829001 |disorder of lung|: 116676008 |associated morphology| = 79654002 
>> |edema|
>> 
>> or
>> 
>> 19829001 |disorder of lung|: 116676008 |associated morphology| = 40829002 
>> |acute edema|
>> 
>> or
>> 
>> 19829001 |disorder of lung|: 116676008 |associated morphology| = 44132006 
>> |abscess|
>> 
>> 
>> Examples from: http://snomed.org/expressionconstraint
> 
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