loge amygdalienne

English translation: tonsillar fossa

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French term or phrase:loge amygdalienne
English translation:tonsillar fossa
Entered by: Helen Genevier

19:36 Apr 7, 2005
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / endoscopy report
French term or phrase: loge amygdalienne
COMPTE RENDU OPERATOIRE
PANENDOSCOPIE O.R.L. pour bilan d’extension d’une lesion de l’amygdale gauche.
Pharyngo-larynscopie directe, on tombe sur une lesion bourgeonnante prenant la totalité de la ***loge amygdalienne*** gauche.

Does it mean it fills the whole tonsil?
Helen Genevier
France
Local time: 16:52
tonsillar fossa
Explanation:
fills the whole space in which the tonsils are situated. Even when the tonsils are removed there is still a tonsillar fossa.
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tonsillar fossa


Explanation:
fills the whole space in which the tonsils are situated. Even when the tonsils are removed there is still a tonsillar fossa.

Dr Sue Levy (X)
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