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08:27 Jan 4, 2001
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Dutch term or phrase:epitheleum
Hello again, and Happy New Year to everyone - hope y'all had a good festive season.
I'm currently translating an ad for a manufacturer of contact lenses, and am having trouble with the term "epitheleum" - I have come across "epithelium" before. Do these happen to be the same thing?
Steeds vaker krijgen lensdragers last van geïrriteerde of doge ogen. Bij ca. 30% van de lensdragers vervormt de cornea door het dragen van een lens. Dit kan variëren van lichte tot ernstige beschadigingen aan de cornea, met name aan het epithelium.
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Explanation: Pinkhof Geneeskundig Woordenboek only lists epithelium (page 257). My personal editor happens to be an MD (U.S.) and according to her, the two words are used interchangeably - ephithelium and epitheleum - merely two different spellings for the same word.
Pinkhof Geneeskundig Woordenboek
Astrid Homan United States Local time: 11:34 Native speaker of: Dutch, English PRO pts in pair: 27