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Spanish term or phrase:Laberintopatía
English translation:Labyrinth disorder
Entered by: Trudy Peters
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19:27 May 16, 2002
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Spanish term or phrase: laberintopia
From a discharge letter:
...quien concluye LABERINTOPATIA vascular; en este momento con mejoría.
David Davis
Local time: 23:14
labyrinth disorder of vascular origin
Explanation:
"Laberintopatía" es un trastorno no especificado del laberinto. La traducción + fiel sería "labyrinth disorder".

Seguramente el paciente consultó x mareos y el test reportado aquí en la epicrisis del pte. detectó algo de isquemia vestibular (del laberinto).

Suerte
Elena


We describe a quantitative method to assess repeated stair stepping stability. In both the mediolateral (ML) and anterioposterior (AP) directions, the trajectory of the subject's center of mass (COM) was compared to an ideal sinusoid. The two identified sinusoids were unique in each direction but coupled. Two dimensionless numbers-the mediolateral instability index (IML) and AP instability index (IAP)-were calculated using the COM trajectory and ideal sinusoids for each subject with larger index values resulting from less stable performance. The COM trajectories of nine nonimpaired controls and six patients diagnosed with unilateral or bilateral vestibular labyrinth hypofunction were analyzed. The average IML and IAP values of labyrinth disorder patients were respectively 127% and 119% greater than those of controls (p<0.014 and 0.006, respectively), indicating that the ideal trajectory analysis distinguishes persons with **labyrinth disorder** from those without. The COM trajectories also identify movement inefficiencies attributable to vestibulopathy.
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xxxElena Sgarbo
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You got it - the complaint (this time - apparently she's been in about 35 times since 1998) was dizziness.

Tahnk you!
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labyrinth disorder of vascular origin


Explanation:
"Laberintopatía" es un trastorno no especificado del laberinto. La traducción + fiel sería "labyrinth disorder".

Seguramente el paciente consultó x mareos y el test reportado aquí en la epicrisis del pte. detectó algo de isquemia vestibular (del laberinto).

Suerte
Elena


We describe a quantitative method to assess repeated stair stepping stability. In both the mediolateral (ML) and anterioposterior (AP) directions, the trajectory of the subject's center of mass (COM) was compared to an ideal sinusoid. The two identified sinusoids were unique in each direction but coupled. Two dimensionless numbers-the mediolateral instability index (IML) and AP instability index (IAP)-were calculated using the COM trajectory and ideal sinusoids for each subject with larger index values resulting from less stable performance. The COM trajectories of nine nonimpaired controls and six patients diagnosed with unilateral or bilateral vestibular labyrinth hypofunction were analyzed. The average IML and IAP values of labyrinth disorder patients were respectively 127% and 119% greater than those of controls (p<0.014 and 0.006, respectively), indicating that the ideal trajectory analysis distinguishes persons with **labyrinth disorder** from those without. The COM trajectories also identify movement inefficiencies attributable to vestibulopathy.

xxxElena Sgarbo
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 3539
Grading comment
You got it - the complaint (this time - apparently she's been in about 35 times since 1998) was dizziness.

Tahnk you!
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