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Italian translation: lato, faccia, superficie, margine

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07:35 Dec 20, 2003
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: aspect
...wherein the triangular depression distally extends to the lateral aspect of the vastus medialis muscle and ...
...an elongate triangular depresison genearally defined laterally by the proximal aspect of the sartorious muscle...
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Local time: 21:30
Italian translation:lato, faccia, superficie, margine
Explanation:
"depressione triangolare si estende distalmente al margine laterale del muscolo vasto mediale"

"...definita lateralmente dal margine prossimale del muscolo sartorio..."

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Note added at 26 mins (2003-12-20 08:02:00 GMT)
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aspect
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d : the part of an object in a particular position *a sandbag placed over the dorsal aspects of the feet will prevent them from slipping— Medical Radiography & Photography*
[Merrian-Webster Unabridged Dictionary]

aspect (as·pect) [L. aspectus, from aspicere to look toward] 1. that part of a surface facing in any designated direction. 2. the look or appearance.

anterior aspect of cranium, norma facialis.
dorsal aspect, the surface of a body as viewed from a posterior direction (human anatomy) or, for quadrupeds, from a superior direction (veterinary anatomy).
facial aspect of cranium, frontal aspect of cranium, norma facialis.
inferior aspect of cranium, norma inferior.
lateral aspect of cranium, norma lateralis.
occipital aspect of cranium, norma occipitalis.
sagittal aspect of cranium, norma sagittalis.
superior aspect of cranium, norma superior.
temporal aspect of cranium, norma lateralis.
ventral aspect, the surface of a body as viewed from an anterior direction (human anatomy) or, for quadrupeds, from an inferior direction (veterinary anatomy).
vertical aspect of cranium, norma superior.

Dorlands Medical Dictionary
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Gilberto Lacchia
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Local time: 21:30
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Summary of answers provided
4 +5lato, faccia, superficie, margine
Gilberto Lacchia


  

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lato, faccia, superficie, margine


Explanation:
"depressione triangolare si estende distalmente al margine laterale del muscolo vasto mediale"

"...definita lateralmente dal margine prossimale del muscolo sartorio..."

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Note added at 26 mins (2003-12-20 08:02:00 GMT)
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aspect
...
d : the part of an object in a particular position *a sandbag placed over the dorsal aspects of the feet will prevent them from slipping— Medical Radiography & Photography*
[Merrian-Webster Unabridged Dictionary]

aspect (as·pect) [L. aspectus, from aspicere to look toward] 1. that part of a surface facing in any designated direction. 2. the look or appearance.

anterior aspect of cranium, norma facialis.
dorsal aspect, the surface of a body as viewed from a posterior direction (human anatomy) or, for quadrupeds, from a superior direction (veterinary anatomy).
facial aspect of cranium, frontal aspect of cranium, norma facialis.
inferior aspect of cranium, norma inferior.
lateral aspect of cranium, norma lateralis.
occipital aspect of cranium, norma occipitalis.
sagittal aspect of cranium, norma sagittalis.
superior aspect of cranium, norma superior.
temporal aspect of cranium, norma lateralis.
ventral aspect, the surface of a body as viewed from an anterior direction (human anatomy) or, for quadrupeds, from an inferior direction (veterinary anatomy).
vertical aspect of cranium, norma superior.

Dorlands Medical Dictionary
http://tinyurl.com/2u7g9





    Reference: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/365171
Gilberto Lacchia
Italy
Local time: 21:30
Native speaker of: Italian
PRO pts in pair: 2313
Grading comment
grazie!!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Marie Scarano
29 mins

agree  Sarah Ponting
39 mins

agree  giogi
3 hrs

agree  Anita M. A. Mazzoli
1 day 17 hrs

agree  Floriana: certo, ma vedo spesso usato anche "aspetto" ("aspetto laterale", "aspetto antero-posteriore", ecc.).
1 day 19 hrs
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