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"myelomeningoceles" & "meningeles"

French translation: myéloméningocèle / méningocèle

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English term or phrase:myelomeningoceles & meningeles
French translation:myéloméningocèle / méningocèle
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12:25 Mar 29, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: "myelomeningoceles" & "meningeles"
I need the French translation for these two words. I know what they are in English but I can't find the French equivalent.

Thank you!
ctis
myelomeningoceles = myéloméningocèle
Explanation:
myelomeningocele

Spina Bifida with portion of the spinal cord and membrane protuding.

There is a possible spelling error for the second word you are asking. The word "meningeles" does not appear to be a familiar medical term in English.

Could you be looking for the term "meningocele?"

Meningocele = méningocèle

Méningocèle

A congenital hernia in which the meninges protrude through an opening of the skull or spinal column.

Source: Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary
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Letspeak
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Local time: 23:08
Grading comment
Yes, I was looking for meningocele. There was a typo in the document. Thank you for the description.
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Summary of answers provided
namyelomeningoceles = myéloméningocèle
Letspeak
namyéloméningocèle
Yolanda Broad
namyéloméningocèles et méningèlesSébastien St-François


  

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13 mins
myéloméningocèles et méningèles


Explanation:
Both according to Harrison, Médecine interne, 3e édition française.

Sébastien St-François
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PRO pts in pair: 159
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17 mins
myéloméningocèle


Explanation:
Français :Système nerveux

Found in Termium: myéloméningocèle s CORRECT,FÉM DEF - Malformation segmentaire du rachis, caractérisée par la hernie, au travers d'un spina bifida, d'un sac méningé contenant du liquide céphalorachidien et du tissu nerveux [...] habituellement malformé. s I can't locate *meningeles* with any web search engine, even using wild cards. Are you sure of the spelling? Could it be *meningeal*? or simply, *meninges*: Français :Médecine méninge s CORRECT,FÉM meninge s LATIN OBS - Les méninges (dure-mère, arachnoïde, pie-mère), ainsi que le liquide céphalo-rachidien assurent aussi la protection de l'encéphale. s


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Yolanda Broad
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Local time: 23:08
Native speaker of: English
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1 hr
myelomeningoceles = myéloméningocèle


Explanation:
myelomeningocele

Spina Bifida with portion of the spinal cord and membrane protuding.

There is a possible spelling error for the second word you are asking. The word "meningeles" does not appear to be a familiar medical term in English.

Could you be looking for the term "meningocele?"

Meningocele = méningocèle

Méningocèle

A congenital hernia in which the meninges protrude through an opening of the skull or spinal column.

Source: Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary


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Letspeak
United States
Local time: 23:08
Native speaker of: Native in Haitian-CreoleHaitian-Creole
PRO pts in pair: 19
Grading comment
Yes, I was looking for meningocele. There was a typo in the document. Thank you for the description.
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