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## English translation: field

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 Spanish term or phrase: campo English translation: field

 09:59 Feb 10, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
 Spanish term or phrase: CAMPO This is a medical lab.report regarding tests. Under the category of "Sedimento Urinario" the results read under "valores normales": 0-1/CAMPO. WHAT DOES CAMPO MEAN? Field?
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 cells/field Explanation:Hola. It's "field", number of cells found in a single field, look at this: "... Area (f) = (PI)((d/2)^2) d =1.75, 1.80, 1.88 x 10+4 um Formula (Average Cells/Field)(F Value)( 1/ml )(c)(1/Ac) = Cells/ml mls Fraction ofTower Dia. (d) Average ... ". All yours, good luck :-)
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xxxPaul Roige
Spain
Local time: 15:53
 Paul, thank you very much. You answer was very helpful. Have a good weekend4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

nacampoxxxPaul Roige
nacells/fieldxxxPaul Roige

33 mins
cells/field

Explanation:
Hola. It's "field", number of cells found in a single field, look at this:
"... Area (f) = (PI)((d/2)^2) d =1.75, 1.80, 1.88 x 10+4 um Formula (Average Cells/Field)(F
Value)( 1/ml )(c)(1/Ac) = Cells/ml mls Fraction ofTower Dia. (d) Average ... ".
All yours, good luck :-)

Reference: http://www.bbsr.edu/cintoo/microbial_observatory/mo_mme/mo_n...
 xxxPaul RoigeSpainLocal time: 15:53Native speaker of: Spanish, CatalanPRO pts in pair: 442
 Paul, thank you very much. You answer was very helpful. Have a good weekend

48 mins
campo

Explanation:
Hi again. Got so excited about my finding that I forgot to refer to what it is you may have in that field. In your context it's not "cells" but probably "leucocitos", "hematíes" or whichever other nasty tiny member of the human soup. But it's "field", that's for sure. "Campo" may be the sample or part of it that's put under the microscope. The amount of nasties found in this "field" will give an indication of how bad the problem is in the whole. Link 2: "E)  Leucocitos. Se considera patológico aquel sedimento con un número de leucocitos superior a 4-6 por campo con lente de gran aumento" .Check link 1below too for more info on this. Salud :-)

Reference: http://www.medicentro.com.co/Laboratorio.htm
Reference: http://www.msd.es/publicaciones/manual12/_oct_47.html
 xxxPaul RoigeSpainLocal time: 15:53Native speaker of: Spanish, CatalanPRO pts in pair: 442