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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Medical - Medical (general) / Exam results
|French term or phrase: PA oedémateuse céphalique |
I am translating a list and having issues with the 2nd one:
CT AP +C = CT scan AP with contrast medium
PA oedémateuse céphalique = Acute edematous cephalic pancreatitis??
Microlithiase vésiculaire = vesicular microlithiasis
This is for a US client.
|acute edematous pancreatitis located in the head of pancreas|
"cephalic" seems to be avoid on bona fide En sites.
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Pancréatite aiguë oedémateuse. Il s'agit de la forme douce, et 85 % des patients ayant une pancréatite aiguë souffrent de cette forme de maladie. Elle cause ...
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Acute pancreatitis - Wikipedia
Acute pancreatitis or acute pancreatic necrosis is a sudden inflammation of the pancreas. ... Körte's sign (pain or resistance in the zone where the head of pancreas is located (in epigastrium, 6–7 cm above the umbilicus)); Kamenchik's sign ..
Introduction to Pancreatic Disease: Chronic Pancreatitis | Pancreapedia
by E Afghani - 2015 - Related articles
16 Dec 2014 - In the normal pancreas, there are three types of pancreatic cells: 1) .... and chronic pancreatitis that is located only in the head of the pancreas.
Note added at 27 mins (2017-05-19 16:43:32 GMT)
see anatomy of the pancreas:
Parts of the Pancreas - Johns Hopkins Pathology
Using the hand analogy from earlier, the head of the pancreas corresponds to ... body, The body is the middle part of the pancreas between the neck and the tail.
The diversity between pancreatic head and body/tail cancers: clinical ...
by Q Ling - 2013 - Cited by 8 - Related articles
BACKGROUND: Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) can be divided into head, body and tail cancers according to the anatomy. Distinctions in tissue ...
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|Term asked||PA oedémateuse céphalique = Acute edematous cephalic pancreatitis? » PA oedémateuse céphalique || |
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