tragion

Spanish translation: tragion

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English term or phrase:tragion
Spanish translation:tragion
Entered by: Paul Roige (X)

02:44 Feb 26, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: tragion
Tha tragion is the deepest part of the notch just above the cartilage projection of the ear known as the tragus
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tragion
Explanation:
Hola. Same word. "trag·i·on, n.: an anthropometric point situated in the notch just above the tragus of the ear" . Link 1: "MundoMed... 4. Altura al oido (tragion) : Es la distancia vertical comprendida del tragion al suelo, estando el sujeto de pie con la cabeza orientada conforme al plano de ...". Cheers :-)
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tragion


Explanation:
Hola. Same word. "trag·i·on, n.: an anthropometric point situated in the notch just above the tragus of the ear" . Link 1: "MundoMed... 4. Altura al oido (tragion) : Es la distancia vertical comprendida del tragion al suelo, estando el sujeto de pie con la cabeza orientada conforme al plano de ...". Cheers :-)


    Reference: http://www.mundomed.net/cibergo/avila/doc.shtml
Paul Roige (X)
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Local time: 14:51
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