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German translation: 1st obtuse marginal (coronary artery) = Ramus marginalis sinister

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English term or phrase:1st OM
German translation:1st obtuse marginal (coronary artery) = Ramus marginalis sinister
Entered by: Dorothea Rose
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10:05 Feb 16, 2007
English to German translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Cardiology / coronary circulation
English term or phrase: 1st OM
This is part of a list of captions in a diagram of coronary blood vessels:

See image:
http://www.dokutrans.de/files/herzkranzgefaesse.jpg

Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe
Klaus
Klaus Lauble
Germany
Local time: 07:05
1st obtuse marginal (coronary artery)
Explanation:
Let Google search for "coronary arteries" "OM".
It'll spill out links like the one below which contains the following
"...cumflex; LM = left main; OM = obtuse marginal; PD = posterior. descending; PL= posterior left ... dict total in-flow is unaffected up to critical stenoses..."

See also your Kudoz entry dated 12:23pm Apr 25, 2005.
You were asking about "acute marginal" at the time. One of the answers you got then was from Anne Schulz: "doch, doch - schon spitzwinkelig abgehend, der Ramus marginalis dexter, im Gegensatz zum R. marginalis sinister ("obtuse marginal"), der stumpfwinklig(er) vom R. circumflexus der li. Koronararterie abgeht. 1 hr -> danke! - ja, gut, das "spitzwinkelig" geben wir im Deutschen aber nicht wieder, richtig?"
Good luck for your next search!

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Note added at 50 mins (2007-02-16 10:56:07 GMT)
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ach so, hab ich vergessen, das wär also dann der "Ramus marginalis sinister"
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Dorothea Rose
Local time: 07:05
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Nochmals vielen Dank!
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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1st om
1st obtuse marginal (coronary artery)


Explanation:
Let Google search for "coronary arteries" "OM".
It'll spill out links like the one below which contains the following
"...cumflex; LM = left main; OM = obtuse marginal; PD = posterior. descending; PL= posterior left ... dict total in-flow is unaffected up to critical stenoses..."

See also your Kudoz entry dated 12:23pm Apr 25, 2005.
You were asking about "acute marginal" at the time. One of the answers you got then was from Anne Schulz: "doch, doch - schon spitzwinkelig abgehend, der Ramus marginalis dexter, im Gegensatz zum R. marginalis sinister ("obtuse marginal"), der stumpfwinklig(er) vom R. circumflexus der li. Koronararterie abgeht. 1 hr -> danke! - ja, gut, das "spitzwinkelig" geben wir im Deutschen aber nicht wieder, richtig?"
Good luck for your next search!

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Note added at 50 mins (2007-02-16 10:56:07 GMT)
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ach so, hab ich vergessen, das wär also dann der "Ramus marginalis sinister"


    Reference: http://www.springerlink.com/index/T125605550347051
Dorothea Rose
Local time: 07:05
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 4
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Nochmals vielen Dank!
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