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la berge jugale du sillon naso-génien

English translation: the jugal aspect of the naso-labial crease

08:30 Oct 26, 2004
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care / face lifts
French term or phrase: la berge jugale du sillon naso-génien
Abstract of a lecture on Liposuction.
'..le lipofilling de la région médio centrale améliore les creux et angles « durs » générés par la fonte de la « fat pad malar » et son glissement sur la berge jugale du sillon naso-génien.'
David Umpleby
Local time: 15:02
English translation:the jugal aspect of the naso-labial crease
Explanation:
I'm pretty sure this is what it means but not that an English-speaking plastic surgeon would say it that way!

the "sillon naso-génien" is the naso-labial crease.

"jugale" refers to the cheekbone:

Meaning of JUGAL BONE
WordNet Dictionary

Definition: [n] the arch of bone beneath the eye that forms the prominence of the cheek
Synonyms: cheekbone, mala, malar bone, os zygomaticum, zygomatic bone
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la berge jugale du sillon naso-génien
the jugal aspect of the naso-labial crease


Explanation:
I'm pretty sure this is what it means but not that an English-speaking plastic surgeon would say it that way!

the "sillon naso-génien" is the naso-labial crease.

"jugale" refers to the cheekbone:

Meaning of JUGAL BONE
WordNet Dictionary

Definition: [n] the arch of bone beneath the eye that forms the prominence of the cheek
Synonyms: cheekbone, mala, malar bone, os zygomaticum, zygomatic bone


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