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aspect mité corporéal

English translation: moth-eaten pattern of the vertebral body

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French term or phrase:aspect mité corporéal
English translation:moth-eaten pattern of the vertebral body
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22:16 Apr 3, 2007
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care / clinical trials
French term or phrase: aspect mité corporéal
aspect mité corporéal au niveau dorsolombaire avec prise de contraste après Gadolinium mitée au niveau des dorsales basses et au niveau lombaire pouvant correspondre à des atteintes myélomateuses.
Mireille K
United States
Local time: 14:32
moth-eaten pattern of the vertebral body
Explanation:
systemic disease; or a multiple myeloma (cf. BROTHWELL, 1967). ... is parly destroyed and shows irregular moth-eaten-outlined ...
www.springerlink.com/index/Q631114527681201.pdf -

Unusual Cases in Multiple Myeloma and a Dramatic Response in Metastatic Lung Cancer ... and a moth-eaten pattern of the sphenoid and clival bones (Fig 1). ...
www.jco.org/cgi/content/full/23/1/233


There is loss of vertebral body height of C3, with focal kyphosis. ... A moth-eaten pattern may also be present and the lesion may extend into the soft ...
bjr.birjournals.org/cgi/content/full/77/918/539

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Note added at 6 minutes (2007-04-03 22:23:17 GMT)
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In Image 1-2 a moth-eaten appearance of L1 from metastases is seen. ... compression fracture; primary bone tumor; metastatic bone tumor; multiple myeloma. ...
www.learningfile.com/learning_file/viewcase.php?section=vi&... - 10k -
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moth-eaten pattern of the vertebral body


Explanation:
systemic disease; or a multiple myeloma (cf. BROTHWELL, 1967). ... is parly destroyed and shows irregular moth-eaten-outlined ...
www.springerlink.com/index/Q631114527681201.pdf -

Unusual Cases in Multiple Myeloma and a Dramatic Response in Metastatic Lung Cancer ... and a moth-eaten pattern of the sphenoid and clival bones (Fig 1). ...
www.jco.org/cgi/content/full/23/1/233


There is loss of vertebral body height of C3, with focal kyphosis. ... A moth-eaten pattern may also be present and the lesion may extend into the soft ...
bjr.birjournals.org/cgi/content/full/77/918/539

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Note added at 6 minutes (2007-04-03 22:23:17 GMT)
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In Image 1-2 a moth-eaten appearance of L1 from metastases is seen. ... compression fracture; primary bone tumor; metastatic bone tumor; multiple myeloma. ...
www.learningfile.com/learning_file/viewcase.php?section=vi&... - 10k -

Drmanu49
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