One hysterectomy, one stamee, one colpol suspension is enough for anyone.

Slovak translation: see explanation

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English term or phrase:One hysterectomy, one stamee, one colpol suspension is enough for anyone.
Slovak translation:see explanation
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06:34 Jan 22, 2002
English to Slovak translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: One hysterectomy, one stamee, one colpol suspension is enough for anyone.
This sentence is taken from a document dealing with the medical condition of incontinence.
Peter Gustafik
Slovakia
Local time: 00:14
"hysterectomy" is "hysterektómia" in Slovak
Explanation:
I can explain the meaning of the other two terms in English but I do not know the Slovak terms. "Stamee" or "stamey" is a medical procedure that restores health of urinary tract to prevent urinary incontinence. "Colpol suspension" is a procedure of lifting the bladder and/or pelvis to prevent urinary incontinence. I obtained this information from the local hospital library.

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"hysterectomy" is "hysterektómia" in Slovak


Explanation:
I can explain the meaning of the other two terms in English but I do not know the Slovak terms. "Stamee" or "stamey" is a medical procedure that restores health of urinary tract to prevent urinary incontinence. "Colpol suspension" is a procedure of lifting the bladder and/or pelvis to prevent urinary incontinence. I obtained this information from the local hospital library.

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