09:35 Feb 2, 2012
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English to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / CT terms
English term or phrase: double-Oblique
double oblique, cross-sectional image perpendicular to the aortic root, below the level of the aortic valve
Odded Leon
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Double oblique slices
Naftali Guttman


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22 hrs
Reference: Double oblique slices

Reference information:
Double oblique slices can be specified as the result of tipping a single oblique plane toward the remaining basic orientation plane, about an axis defined by the intersection of the oblique plane and the remaining basic plane. In double oblique angulations, the first rotation is chosen about the vertical image axis and the second about the (new) horizontal axis.

Note added at 1 day1 hr (2012-02-03 11:34:07 GMT)

To my best understanding this is two single oblique put together in different planes to form double oblique so in Hebrew it might be חתך אלכסוני כפול or צילום אלכסוני כפול depending on the equipment MRI or X-ray
this might be a better explanation:

or this
כל גוף או איבר אפשר לחצות במספר מישורים: sagittal- פריסת הגוף דרך האף ובמקביל אליו (רק בחלק אחד יהיה הלב , .) אם הוא חוצה את הגוף בדיוק באמצע הוא מכונה מיד-סגיטאלי. coronal-frontal- דרך העיניים, כאילו
מהאף ומאונך אליו. horizontal-transverse- כמו חתך רוחב, בבני אדם מקביל לאדמה. oblique- חתך על העוקם, איברים שלא היו צריכים להיות באותו חתך כן יכולים להיכנס אם החתך אלכסוני . המוח תלת ממדי, כל נקודה בו יכולה להיות מיוצגת ע"י חתך אחר. כשעושים MRI למשל או CT בונים את התמונה התלת ממדית מתוך הרבה מאוד חתכים. לבדיקות שונות ואיברים שונים מחליטים איזה חתכים לקחת

Naftali Guttman
Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew
PRO pts in category: 4
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Asker: Hmmmm... Interesting. Is this Chinese, or is it just me? In other words: Thanks for the effort but I don't understand the explanation. Do you happen to have anything in Hebrew about this?

Asker: I found the source for your first explanation online. That paragraph is built on the preceding one, which explains what a single oblique is. Together these 2 paragraphs make a fine explanation. I still have no idea how to write it in Hebrew though...

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