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Explanation: ressaut means, \"projection; abrupt fall, dip; rise (in saddle).\"
franchissement looks like it comes from the verb franchir, which means, \"to leap, to jump over; to clear; to pass, to pass over or beyond, to overstep; to overcome, to surmount.\"
Perhaps it\'s leapers(franchissement) who fall (ressaut)
Explanation: I assume this is talking about inserting a needle into a vein, in which case: "penetration is indicated by an often marked jump OR rebound OR recoil (or something along those lines...) [of the needle], and the needle is no longer pushed out when released..."
I'm NOT a medical expert, but this is the sense I get from it, hope you can make somehting from this.
Common snese, knowledge of English
Tony M France Local time: 18:30 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 14230
Explanation: Found the following, discussing ways that a "jump sign" is elicited, including elicitation by needle penetration:
... the spot, elicited by needle penetration or pressure held ... pain, and a jump sign characterized by vocalization ... methods include injection or dry ...