3 modes, sp, PIIR, NC dans la N

English translation: normal cranial nerves

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French term or phrase:NC dans la N
English translation:normal cranial nerves
Entered by: fmatteoda

11:25 Dec 18, 2003
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical
French term or phrase: 3 modes, sp, PIIR, NC dans la N
examen clinique:
NEURO: patient orienté aux 3 modes, language sp, PIIR, NC dans la N, occulomotricité sp, force et sensibilité conservees
fmatteoda
Spain
Local time: 14:13
patient is oriented to time, place, and person,
Explanation:
language normal (without peculiarities),
PIIR = ????
cranial nerves normal,


sp = sans particularité
NC dans la N = nerfs crâniens dans la norme


first reference below:
"oriented to time, place, and person"

second referece: "sans particularité"

cranial nerves:
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/cranial.html

Sorry that I have no solution for PIIR so far (is it typed or written by hand?)

Greetings,

Nikolaus



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Note added at 2003-12-18 13:24:00 (GMT)
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for the moment little progress on PIIR; since in the notes, as you presented them, PIIR is not followed by an qualification, the qualification probably is contained within the \"acronym\"; therefor my research centers around \"régulier / régulière\" for R.
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Elisabeth Ghysels
Local time: 14:13
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Thanks! BTW, it's typed
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4patient is oriented to time, place, and person,
Elisabeth Ghysels


  

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patient is oriented to time, place, and person,


Explanation:
language normal (without peculiarities),
PIIR = ????
cranial nerves normal,


sp = sans particularité
NC dans la N = nerfs crâniens dans la norme


first reference below:
"oriented to time, place, and person"

second referece: "sans particularité"

cranial nerves:
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/cranial.html

Sorry that I have no solution for PIIR so far (is it typed or written by hand?)

Greetings,

Nikolaus



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Note added at 2003-12-18 13:24:00 (GMT)
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for the moment little progress on PIIR; since in the notes, as you presented them, PIIR is not followed by an qualification, the qualification probably is contained within the \"acronym\"; therefor my research centers around \"régulier / régulière\" for R.


    Reference: http://www.vfvalidation.org/catalogue.html
    Reference: http://www.amuhf.com/cb/serie1.html
Elisabeth Ghysels
Local time: 14:13
PRO pts in pair: 200
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Thanks! BTW, it's typed
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