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English translation: Non contrast (CT scan)

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Czech term or phrase:nativně bez k.l.
English translation:Non contrast (CT scan)
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06:58 Aug 26, 2010
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Medical - Medical (general) / CT scan
Czech term or phrase: nativně bez k.l.
CT mozku a C páteře, nativně bez k.l., skeny po 1/4 mm

I'd simply like to know whether it's all right to say 'native(ly)' or whether it's better to use 'unenhanced' or some other term.

I take it that 'k.l.' is contrast medium. Don't 'nativně' and 'bez k.l.' mean the same thing?
Dylan Edwards
United Kingdom
Local time: 10:25
Non contrast (CT scan)
Explanation:
The whole thing means non contrast (native means without contrast agent, and the bez k.l. just repeats it)
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Gerry Vickers
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Local time: 10:25
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Non contrast (CT scan)


Explanation:
The whole thing means non contrast (native means without contrast agent, and the bez k.l. just repeats it)


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Gerry Vickers
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