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Objectives: Controlled terminologies and their dependent artefacts provide a consensual understanding of a domain while reducing ambiguities and enabling reasoning. However, the evolution of a domain's knowledge directly impacts these terminologies and generates inconsistencies in the underlying biomedical information systems. In this article, we review existing work addressing the dynamic aspect of terminologies as well as their effects on mappings and semantic annotations. Methods: Wedoi:10.15265/iy-2015-002 pmid:26293859 pmcid:PMC4587064 fatcat:7elycdk6qfeb3mmoxhg2smgnza