Does anyone know of someone or somewhere that translates Latin medical terms
Thread poster: Smallworld
Smallworld
Local time: 03:56
English
Mar 11, 2005

I have a couple of Latin medical terms which I need translating/converting into standard English for non-medical readers but I can't find anyone to do this. Can anyone help?

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flaviofbg
Spain
Local time: 04:56
Spanish to Italian
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Try KudoZ Mar 11, 2005

Hello!

I would suggest you to post your terms on Kudoz. I am sure someone there can help you!

Good luck!
Flavio


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Charlotte Blank  Identity Verified
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Try this one Mar 11, 2005

http://www.allhealthnet.com/meddict.htm

is a rather exhaustive ressource for medical dictionaries in several languages and for various diseases.

Charlotte


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Suzanne Blangsted  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:56
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medical terms Mar 11, 2005

Send them to me.

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Alvaro Rollan
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Medical Latin Term Translations Jul 23, 2005

Hi,

I work for the University of Valladolid as a researcher, and at my departament, Latin Philology there's a recently open project on latin medical research: recepies, terms and that things. You can send me and maybe I could help you.


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Adam Bartley  Identity Verified
Australia
Local time: 12:56
Member (2011)
Latin to English
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A good dictionary to start with May 12, 2006

Many of the older andmore straightforward latin terms appear in a dictionary in what is essentially unaltered form. So I'd look there (let's say Cassell's, for a user-friendly one?) for the easy ones, then any one of these fine people for the more complex and newly-coined terms.

Alvaro Rollan wrote:

Hi,

I work for the University of Valladolid as a researcher, and at my departament, Latin Philology there's a recently open project on latin medical research: recepies, terms and that things. You can send me and maybe I could help you.


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Maria Diehn  Identity Verified
United States
Member (2007)
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Post it! Apr 19, 2007

I agree with Flavio. If there are only a couple of terms to be translated, you can post them and people like Flavio or myself would gladly help you. I translate into Spanish, but from there is easier to translate into English.

Flavio Ferri Benedetti wrote:

Hello!

I would suggest you to post your terms on Kudoz. I am sure someone there can help you!

Good luck!
Flavio


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