cephalic scroll

Spanish translation: región de enrollamiento cefálico

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English term or phrase:cephalic scroll
Spanish translation:región de enrollamiento cefálico
Entered by: Yazmin Osoyo

00:09 Nov 26, 2006
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / anatomy
English term or phrase: cephalic scroll
Each horizontal mattress (suture) goes through the *cephalic scroll* of the lower lateral on either side and goes through the spreader strut graft in this case
Yazmin Osoyo
Mexico
Local time: 08:36
región de enrollamiento cefálico
Explanation:
Seguramente el texto se trata de cirugía. Luego de hacer las incisiones pertinentes, la piel o un colgajo u otras estructuras se "levantan", "suben" o "enrrollan" para exponer el área donde se desea trabajar.

Espero te sirva, saludos.

• Scroll region: The upper lateral cartilages and lower lateral cartilages interrelate in three different configurations. Most commonly, the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage overlaps the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage in the scroll region. Less commonly, the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage abuts the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage. Rarely the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage is overlapped by the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage.
En: http://therhinoplastycenter.com/Rhinoplasty-Manual/ch1_1.htm...

Identify the scroll region. the cephalic border of the LLC (Fig. 8). Excise the cephalic portion of the LLC by making an incision parallel to the caudal margin with the 15 blade and then peeling off the cephalic portion, leaving the vestibular skin behind. The line of incision parallels the caudal margin of the LLC.
En: http://therhinoplastycenter.com/Rhinoplasty-Manual/ch9_1.htm...
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Sergio Cortés
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Local time: 08:36
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región de enrollamiento cefálico


Explanation:
Seguramente el texto se trata de cirugía. Luego de hacer las incisiones pertinentes, la piel o un colgajo u otras estructuras se "levantan", "suben" o "enrrollan" para exponer el área donde se desea trabajar.

Espero te sirva, saludos.

• Scroll region: The upper lateral cartilages and lower lateral cartilages interrelate in three different configurations. Most commonly, the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage overlaps the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage in the scroll region. Less commonly, the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage abuts the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage. Rarely the cephalic edge of the lower lateral cartilage is overlapped by the caudal edge of the upper lateral cartilage.
En: http://therhinoplastycenter.com/Rhinoplasty-Manual/ch1_1.htm...

Identify the scroll region. the cephalic border of the LLC (Fig. 8). Excise the cephalic portion of the LLC by making an incision parallel to the caudal margin with the 15 blade and then peeling off the cephalic portion, leaving the vestibular skin behind. The line of incision parallels the caudal margin of the LLC.
En: http://therhinoplastycenter.com/Rhinoplasty-Manual/ch9_1.htm...

Sergio Cortés
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