stěna TK

English translation: wall of the small intestine

10:03 Aug 11, 2018
Czech to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Czech term or phrase: stěna TK
GIT bez distenze, hyperémie mírně zesílené stěny (3-4 mm) TK v obl. pánve, kde je nápadněji prosáklé mesenterium.

Hyperémie lehce zesílené stěny TK v pánvi, v dif. dg. v souvisl. s popis. uzávěrem, zánětl. změny jednoznačně vyloučit nelze.
Dylan Edwards
United Kingdom
Local time: 04:48
English translation:wall of the small intestine
Explanation:
TK =small intestine
"Nemoci a příznaky tenkého střeva - Med world
medworldis.com/cs/stories/158

Jul 23, 2018 - Tenké střevo (TK) je nejdelší část trávicí soustavy (více než 6 metrů), který spojuje žaludek a tlusté střevo. „Skládaný“ v peritoneální dutině ve ...
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Emil Kucera
Canada
Local time: 22:48
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Thank you. I would have liked to have a bit more evidence for this abbreviation. It isn't widely used! Thanks anyway for the link.
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wall of the small intestine


Explanation:
TK =small intestine
"Nemoci a příznaky tenkého střeva - Med world
medworldis.com/cs/stories/158

Jul 23, 2018 - Tenké střevo (TK) je nejdelší část trávicí soustavy (více než 6 metrů), který spojuje žaludek a tlusté střevo. „Skládaný“ v peritoneální dutině ve ...


    Reference: http://medworldis.com/cs/stories/158
Emil Kucera
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Local time: 22:48
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Thank you. I would have liked to have a bit more evidence for this abbreviation. It isn't widely used! Thanks anyway for the link.
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks. I was wondering if it could be 'tenké střevo'. It seems a slightly odd choice of acronym, but of course it needs to be distinguished from 'TS', which I see is sometimes used as an acronym for 'tlusté střevo'.

Asker: Your link cites Russian sources, and I see that the Russian acronym 'TK' for 'small intestine' has been carried over into the Czech text.

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