16:52 Aug 5, 2019
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Nurse follow-up
French term or phrase: R/A
This is a handwritten document. The patient suffers from mild Crohn's and had an allergic reaction to medication.
I have the following sentence:
"petits boutons a/n des épaules qui augmente en nombre R/A
Entocort probablement, pas connu avant."

I also have
"Pas de [illegible] R/A impulsivité"

This report is from Quebec and intended for the US.


joanna menda
Local time: 03:38

Summary of answers provided
4Allergic reaction
2axillary region
liz askew

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axillary region


liz askew
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Local time: 08:38
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Allergic reaction

Réaction Allergique

Adderall XR - Utilisations, Effets secondaires, Interactions ...

Elle aide à augmenter l'attention et à diminuer l'hyperactivité et l'impulsivité des ... d'une réaction allergique grave (une difficulté respiratoire, de l'urticaire, une ...

Local time: 09:38
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FrenchFrench
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Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks Drmanu! I see how this could work for the first instance but not with the second.... This text is from Quebec and I think "relié à" might be the correct term here.

Asker: http://www.sosinf.org/images/abreviations%20_pharmaco.pdf

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