sling supporting the dome area

French translation: cartilage alaire soutenant le dôme

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English term or phrase:sling supporting the dome area
French translation:cartilage alaire soutenant le dôme
Entered by: emmanuelle

00:16 Apr 29, 2005
English to French translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase: sling supporting the dome area
Bonjour,

Dans un texte sur le vieillissement de la région nasale :

Additionally, **the sling supporting the dome area** weakens and ther is loss of subcutaneous tissue, resulting in nasal ptosis, a downward and posterior rotation of the nasal lobule, retraction of the columella, and prominence of the nasal hump and cartilages.

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Emmanuelle
emmanuelle
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Local time: 07:54
cartilage alaire
Explanation:
Supportant le dôme avec les symptômes de ptose indiqués, je ne vois que lui, mais le terme "sling" n'est apparemment pas attesté en nomenclature officielle.
Schéma anatomique en première référence.

Le site plastie-nasale.com n'est plus accessible mais encore dans le cache de Google (2e référence)
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cartilage alaire


Explanation:
Supportant le dôme avec les symptômes de ptose indiqués, je ne vois que lui, mais le terme "sling" n'est apparemment pas attesté en nomenclature officielle.
Schéma anatomique en première référence.

Le site plastie-nasale.com n'est plus accessible mais encore dans le cache de Google (2e référence)


    Reference: http://www.stethonet.org/fmc/nez_enf.htm
    Reference: http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:WZKazUH5AwMJ:plastie-nasa...
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