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Dutch translation: doorgankelijheid

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English term or phrase:patency
Dutch translation:doorgankelijheid
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15:20 Nov 26, 2008
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Medical - Medical (general)
Additional field(s): Medical: Instruments
English term or phrase: patency
Definition from The Free Dictionary:
The openness (lack of obstruction) of a bodily passage or duct

Example sentence(s):
  • Graft patency was assessed noninvasively 7 to 12 days (median 9 days) postoperatively in 90 patients. National Center for Biotechnology Information
  • The authors examined the relationship between patency after thrombectomy of clotted dialysis grafts and intraoperative measurements of flow (Q), pressure gradient (PGR), and longitudinal resistance (RL). SAGE Journals
  • Non-invasive detection of early infarct vessel patency by resolution of ST-segment elevation in patients with thrombolysis for acute myocardial infarction. European Heart Journal
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doorgankelijheid
Definition:
1)mate waarin de luchtwegen ademlucht laten passeren;2)de inverse van de luchtwegweerstand
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Michiel Leeuwenburgh
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5 +2doorgankelijheid
Michiel Leeuwenburgh


  

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31 days   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5 peer agreement (net): +2
doorgankelijheid


Definition from Encyclo:
1)mate waarin de luchtwegen ademlucht laten passeren;2)de inverse van de luchtwegweerstand

Example sentence(s):
  • met hartkatheterisatie kunnen drukken in de verschillende hartkamers, stroming en doorgankelijkheid van de kransslagaderen zichtbaar worden gemaakt. - Wikipedia  
  • De primaire, de geassisteerde primaire en de secundaire doorgankelijkheid (‘patency’) werden berekend. De primaire doorgankelijkheid werd gedefinieerd als de overlevingstijd van de vaatprothese zonder enige interventie. De geassisteerde primaire doorgankelijkheid hield in de overlevingstijd van de vaatprothese met een interventie van een nog functionerende vaatprothese, en als de secundaire doorgankelijkheid werd beschouwd de overleving van de vaatprothese na interventie wegens trombose. - Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde  

Explanation:
Hoewel de definitie uit Encyclo de luchtwegen betreft, wordt de term voor alle mogelijke lichaamskanalen gebruikt.

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Note added at 161 dagen (2009-05-07 08:39:19 GMT)
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Dat moet natuurlijk doorgankelijkheid zijn!
Michiel Leeuwenburgh
Netherlands
Local time: 20:26
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 64

Votes in favor of/against selecting this as the best translation of the term asked
Yes  Marjolein Verhulsdonck-Roest: maar dan wel graag doorgankelijKheid ;-)
129 days
  -> Oeps, dat zie ik nu pas. Dankjewel voor je opmerkzaamheid!

Yes  Mariette van Heteren
130 days
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