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trabecular bone

Spanish translation: Hueso trabecular

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English term or phrase:trabecular bone
Spanish translation:Hueso trabecular
Entered by: Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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04:08 Mar 19, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: trabecular bone
porous bone that makes up the inner part of falt, short and irregular bones and the shafts of the long bones...

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Hueso trabecular
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CONFIRMANDO:

trabecula




trabecula [tr békyl ] (plural trabeculae [tr béky lee ]) noun

1. ANATOMY rod-shaped support in an organ: a rod-shaped body part that forms an internal support of an organ and divides it into separate chambers

2. ANATOMY bar of bony tissue: any of the thin bars of bony tissue in spongy bone that form a meshwork with interconnecting spaces that contain bone marrow

3. BOTANY rod-shaped cell: a rod-shaped cell or structure that bridges a cavity, for example between cells


[Mid-19th century. From Latin, literally 'small beam', from the stem trab- 'beam'.]

trabecular adjective
trabeculate adjective


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hueso trabecular


Explanation:
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Informacion para profesionales - El Hueso
... conocidas como trabéculas. Las trabéculas aumentan en longitud y grosor y se unen
con otras para producir un entramado de hueso trabecular primario. En la ...
www.laosteoporosis.com/profesionales/embr/hembr3a.html - 16k - En caché - Páginas similares

Hope it helps.
Best wishes,
Sarah.



    Reference: http://www.laosteoporosis.com/profesionales/embr/hembr3a.htm...
Sarah Brenchley
Local time: 15:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 208

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Hueso trabecular


Explanation:
De acuerdo con la respuesta dada anteriormente.

CONFIRMANDO:

trabecula




trabecula [tr békyl ] (plural trabeculae [tr béky lee ]) noun

1. ANATOMY rod-shaped support in an organ: a rod-shaped body part that forms an internal support of an organ and divides it into separate chambers

2. ANATOMY bar of bony tissue: any of the thin bars of bony tissue in spongy bone that form a meshwork with interconnecting spaces that contain bone marrow

3. BOTANY rod-shaped cell: a rod-shaped cell or structure that bridges a cavity, for example between cells


[Mid-19th century. From Latin, literally 'small beam', from the stem trab- 'beam'.]

trabecular adjective
trabeculate adjective


Encarta® World English Dictionary

Saludos, :)

BD

Bertha S. Deffenbaugh
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