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English translation: at an angle of approx. 45° to the coronal plane

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German term or phrase:koronal einführen
English translation:at an angle of approx. 45° to the coronal plane
Entered by: adosanis
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10:54 Jun 15, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
German term or phrase: koronal einführen
Keil sollte ca. 45° von koronal eingeführt werden
adosanis
Local time: 11:07
at an angle of approx. 45° to the coronal plane
Explanation:
coronal plane = plane that is parallel to the surface of the face, perpendicular to the sagittal plane
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Cilian O'Tuama
Local time: 10:07
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3 +5at an angle of approx. 45° to the coronal plane
Cilian O'Tuama


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ca. 45° koronal
at an angle of approx. 45° to the coronal plane


Explanation:
coronal plane = plane that is parallel to the surface of the face, perpendicular to the sagittal plane

Cilian O'Tuama
Local time: 10:07
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agree  Nesrin: "should be inserted at an angle... etc."
6 mins

agree  Jonathan MacKerron: is not a coronal plane an aircraft that transports Corona beer?
21 mins
  -> then Coronal would be capitalised

agree  MMUlr: Knowing the context now, coronal refers to the tooth crown (apical referring to the root, cervical the tooth "neck"). What does this mean for your translation ... ? s. page 7: http://sylvester.bth.rwth-aachen.de/dissertationen/2000/50/0...
3 hrs

agree  xxxDr.G.MD
3 hrs

agree  Dawn Montague
15 hrs
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