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19:06 Feb 7, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: close head injury
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Summary of answers provided
natrauma craneal cerradoInmaculada Lopez
natraumatismo encefalocraneano leveTradPage
natraumatismo craneoencefálico cerradoTradPage
naTEC Cerrado
Judy Rojas


  

Answers


39 mins
TEC Cerrado


Explanation:
Trastorno Encéfalo Craneano Cerrado

Judy Rojas
Chile
Local time: 02:30
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 1139
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43 mins
traumatismo craneoencefálico cerrado


Explanation:
Found on Spanish site.
Degrees of head injury are measured on the Glasgow scale.
I hope this helps,

Phil



    Reference: http://www.scn.es/cursos/demencias/excomp/exacom.htm
    Reference: http://www.connmed.com.ar/sociedades/sati/revista/14/v14n4/v...
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1 hr
traumatismo encefalocraneano leve


Explanation:
The number of Web hits for abierto/cerrado etc. is low, though they ARE there, produced by native-speaking doctors.

Leve, though obviously not the same way of looking at the injury, is VERY much more common in references.

This URL from Uruguay is very complete.




    Reference: http://www.smu.org.uy/literatura/rmu/1997v1/tec_leve.htm
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15 hrs
trauma craneal cerrado


Explanation:
injury can be translated as herida, trauma or fractura, although in this case I think trauma is better, because I think the term is referred to a trauma, a fracture, skull fracture in this case, where there is not trauma affecting the soft tissue, that is wahy is called "close"

Inmaculada Lopez
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