iritačně-zánikový kořenový syndrom

English translation: spastic and paretic root syndrome

13:19 Dec 19, 2016
Czech to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Czech term or phrase: iritačně-zánikový kořenový syndrom
Pacientka s klaudikacemi a s *iritačně-zánikovým kořenovým syndromem* L5 vlevo, MR a RTG prokazují spondylolistézu L4/5 a úzký kanál.
Dylan Edwards
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:28
English translation:spastic and paretic root syndrome
Explanation:
"Jako kořenové syndromy označujeme ty bolesti, které vznikají na podkladě stisknutí kořene v meziobratlovém prostoru."
"Kořenový syndrom L5
Zhruba 45 % postižení má na svědomí porucha meziobratlové destičky L4/L5."
http://www.wikiskripta.eu/index.php/Kořenové_syndromy

cervical root syndrome - an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/cervical root syndrome

"Pyramidové jevy dělíme na iritační (spastické) a zánikové (paretické)."
http://www.wikiskripta.eu/index.php/Pyramidové_jevy

"zánik" refers to "zánik mozgovej aktivity"




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Note added at 1 day9 hrs (2016-12-20 22:26:44 GMT)
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I believe using "radicular" instead of "root" is fine here, the expression (radicular syndrome) is widely used and the definition is identical (due to compression of a nerve root exiting from the spinal cord).

Also, since we are talking about nerves coming from the spinal cord, "zánik" would not refer to the activity of the (pyramidal system of the) brain as suggested above, but rather to the clinical manifestation of the radicular syndrome (spastic and paretic signs due to a compressed nerve root and not a condition of the pyramidal system).
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Jan Ramza
Slovakia
Local time: 10:28
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spastic and paretic root syndrome


Explanation:
"Jako kořenové syndromy označujeme ty bolesti, které vznikají na podkladě stisknutí kořene v meziobratlovém prostoru."
"Kořenový syndrom L5
Zhruba 45 % postižení má na svědomí porucha meziobratlové destičky L4/L5."
http://www.wikiskripta.eu/index.php/Kořenové_syndromy

cervical root syndrome - an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/cervical root syndrome

"Pyramidové jevy dělíme na iritační (spastické) a zánikové (paretické)."
http://www.wikiskripta.eu/index.php/Pyramidové_jevy

"zánik" refers to "zánik mozgovej aktivity"




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Note added at 1 day9 hrs (2016-12-20 22:26:44 GMT)
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I believe using "radicular" instead of "root" is fine here, the expression (radicular syndrome) is widely used and the definition is identical (due to compression of a nerve root exiting from the spinal cord).

Also, since we are talking about nerves coming from the spinal cord, "zánik" would not refer to the activity of the (pyramidal system of the) brain as suggested above, but rather to the clinical manifestation of the radicular syndrome (spastic and paretic signs due to a compressed nerve root and not a condition of the pyramidal system).

Jan Ramza
Slovakia
Local time: 10:28
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Native speaker of: Native in SlovakSlovak
PRO pts in category: 12
Grading comment
Many thanks
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you. Could it be 'radicular' rather than 'root' (Latin word but same meaning)?


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