aponévrose, sus-aponévrotique

English translation: aponeurosis, sub-aponeurotic

15:09 Apr 29, 2005
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care / Lymphatic draining
French term or phrase: aponévrose, sus-aponévrotique
the venous system
two components:
réseau veineux profond
(sous-aponévrotique)
90%
aponévrose
réseau veineux superficiel
(sus-aponévrotique)
10%

Any help much appreciated. TIA
Anna Maria Augustine at proZ.com (X)
France
Local time: 20:32
English translation:aponeurosis, sub-aponeurotic
Explanation:
aponeurosis (ap·o·neu·ro·sis) (ap²o-n[dbobr]-ro¢sis) [TA] pl. aponeuro¢ses [Gr. aponeur[omacr]sis] 1. a white, flattened or ribbon-like tendinous expansion, serving mainly to connect a muscle with the parts that it moves. 2. a term formerly applied to certain fasciae.

http://www.merckmedicus.com/pp/us/hcp/thcp_dorlands_content....

But here you're talking about deep venous system (subfascial) and superficial venous system (suprafascial)

eMedicine - Deep Venous Thrombosis : Article by Craig Feied, MD ... - [ Traduire cette page ]
... Suprafascial collecting veins belong to the superficial venous system.
Outflow from collecting veins is via secondary conduit veins that have thicker ...
www.emedicine.com/med/topic2785.htm

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Oops - the \"sus\" is \"supra\" not \"sub\"
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4 +6aponeurosis, sub-aponeurotic
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aponévrose, sus-aponévrotique
aponeurosis, sub-aponeurotic


Explanation:
aponeurosis (ap·o·neu·ro·sis) (ap²o-n[dbobr]-ro¢sis) [TA] pl. aponeuro¢ses [Gr. aponeur[omacr]sis] 1. a white, flattened or ribbon-like tendinous expansion, serving mainly to connect a muscle with the parts that it moves. 2. a term formerly applied to certain fasciae.

http://www.merckmedicus.com/pp/us/hcp/thcp_dorlands_content....

But here you're talking about deep venous system (subfascial) and superficial venous system (suprafascial)

eMedicine - Deep Venous Thrombosis : Article by Craig Feied, MD ... - [ Traduire cette page ]
... Suprafascial collecting veins belong to the superficial venous system.
Outflow from collecting veins is via secondary conduit veins that have thicker ...
www.emedicine.com/med/topic2785.htm

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Note added at 13 mins (2005-04-29 15:22:51 GMT)
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Oops - the \"sus\" is \"supra\" not \"sub\"

Dr Sue Levy (X)
Local time: 20:32
Specializes in field
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Gilberto Lacchia: see also http://www.proz.com/?sp=h&id=795727
0 min
  -> thanks Gilberto :-)

agree  Martine Ascensio: "supra-aponeurotic"
1 hr
  -> thanks Tima :-)

agree  Elena Petelos: Indeed, the sus- is supra....me thinks..:-))
1 hr
  -> thanks Elena :-)))

agree  Lamprini Kosma
1 hr
  -> thanks Lamprini :-)

agree  sarahl (X): you're so nice, Sue! ;-)
5 hrs
  -> only on Fridays, hehe ;-)

agree  DocT
1 day 19 hrs
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