lésion bourgeonnante

English translation: newly developing (necrotic) lesion

01:04 Jul 24, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical
French term or phrase: lésion bourgeonnante
lésion bourgeonnante nécrotique
Francesca
English translation:newly developing (necrotic) lesion
Explanation:
Although "budding" and "burgeoning" are perfectly acceptable English equivalents of "bourgeonnante," the usual phrase in English medical usage is "newly developing." -- Hope this helps!
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nanewly developing (necrotic) lesion
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naWound of unusual size
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Wound of unusual size


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SEE THE DEFINITION :
ommonly possess unusual
shapes, have complex life cycles

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newly developing (necrotic) lesion


Explanation:
Although "budding" and "burgeoning" are perfectly acceptable English equivalents of "bourgeonnante," the usual phrase in English medical usage is "newly developing." -- Hope this helps!

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