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English translation: compartment syndrome* OR compartmental syndrome**

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French term or phrase:Loge???????
English translation:compartment syndrome* OR compartmental syndrome**
Entered by: Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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12:53 Feb 23, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: Loge???????
It's me again. I wish I'd never taken this damn translation on board now!

Can anyone help me with the term Loge as in the following phrase.

...les premiers signes et symptômes d'un syndrome des loges débutant sont : diminution du tact, douleur, perte de la mobilité.

Thanks (sob, sob)
Derek Johnson
United Kingdom
Local time: 05:05
compartment syndrome* OR compartmental syndrome**
Explanation:
According to TERMIUM, both solutions are correct:

*The compartment syndrome is a condition in which increased pressure within a muscle compartment causes a decrease in blood supply to the affected muscles. The so-called compartments are groups of muscles surrounded by inelastic fascia and thus any swelling of muscles leaves no room for expansion and blood supply is progressively cut-off.

**A compartmental syndrome is a condition in which increased pressure within a limited space compromises the circulation and function of the tissues within that space.



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Summary of answers provided
naCompartiment syndrome
mangordi
nacompartment syndrome* OR compartmental syndrome**Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
naperoneal artery occlusive disease, etc.
Gillian Hargreaves
naNothing!sktrans
naFr. Robert: (anat.) cavité contenant un organe (loge
Parrot
nafound twoAlbert Golub
nafossa (tarsal tunnel syndrome)
Yolanda Broad
nacouldn't find any translationAlbert Golub


  

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39 mins
couldn't find any translation


Explanation:
plei de sites sur yahoo.fr a syndrome des loges mais il faudrait en trouver une qui donne peut etre une seconde appellation
je referais un tour demain

Albert Golub
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46 mins
found two


Explanation:
the problem is it isn't the generic name
for the elbow= ulnear groove syndrome
for the shin=anterior compartiment syndrome
usually it is rather situated in the legs
hope it helps
look for nerve syndrome on yahoo.com

Albert Golub
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54 mins
fossa (tarsal tunnel syndrome)


Explanation:
Appears to be a kind of cavity, shows up in ankles, etc. According to Termium, the "loges" themselves are "fossa" but I think the syndrome, from what I could locate on Google, must be "tarsal tunnel syndrome." I just came in on your questions, so I don't know what part of the body you are dealing with, but I suspect you'll find whichever body part that is paired with "fossa" and "tunnel," if you do a Google search.

See:
http://www.google.com/search?q=ankle fossa syndrome tarsal&h...

Found a bunch of "syndrôme des loges" on google. Here's the URL:

http://www.google.com/search?as_q=&num=10&btnG=Google Search...

And here are some examples in English:

Foot & Ankle Terms and Phrases
... Polysorb (suture) popliteal fossa neural blockade ... cycle] Syme ankle disarticulation, amputation ... tarsal tunnel syndrome tarsal tunnel tarsometatarsal (TMT ... mtdesk.com/lstfoot.shtml

AOFAS 1999 Summer Meeting - Scientific Program
... ON TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME AND NERVE DISORDERS. ... Clinical Results of Tarsal Tunnel Decompression; ... of Popliteal Fossa Block Anesthesia ... Foot and Ankle Surgery; Major ... www.aofas.org/99summer/99summerabstracts.htm

Poster Exhibits - Ankle and Foot
... Nerve Blockade in the Popliteal Fossa: An Effective Method for ... D07 - Incidence of Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome in Uncomplicated Ankle Fracture. ... www.aaos.org/wordhtml/pstfoot.htm


    Reference: http://www.termium.com
    Google searches
Yolanda Broad
United States
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Gillian Hargreaves
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1 hr
Fr. Robert: (anat.) cavité contenant un organe (loge


Explanation:
hépatique, prostatique). Ybroad is right, we have to know what part of the body you are referring to.

Parrot
Spain
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1 hr
Nothing!


Explanation:
Sometimes when this word is related to a syndrome, it is not even translated as in these two cases:
-\" Syndrome de la loge des péroniers\" becomes:\"peroneal artery occlusive disease\" also known as \"syndrome de la loge externe de la jambe\" qui est un syndrome ischémique le plus souvent associé au
-\"syndrome de la loge tibiale antérieure\" which is known in English as \"anterior tibial syndrome\". Ce dernier est aussi \"un syndrome ischémique de la loge tibiale antérieure observé au cours de certaines atteintes vasculaires, ou après des efforts musculaires prolongés (marche forcée)et associant essentiellement une douleur et un gonflement de la loge, un oedème sous-cutané en regard, et une paralysie des fléchisseurs dorsaux des pieds et des orteils\"
Hope this is helpful.


    Flammarion Medical Dictionary
sktrans
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4 hrs
Compartiment syndrome


Explanation:
if pressure rises within a compartiment (LOGE), arterial flow, neural impulses and venous return are impaired...


    I'm a surgeon
mangordi
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8 hrs
compartment syndrome* OR compartmental syndrome**


Explanation:
According to TERMIUM, both solutions are correct:

*The compartment syndrome is a condition in which increased pressure within a muscle compartment causes a decrease in blood supply to the affected muscles. The so-called compartments are groups of muscles surrounded by inelastic fascia and thus any swelling of muscles leaves no room for expansion and blood supply is progressively cut-off.

**A compartmental syndrome is a condition in which increased pressure within a limited space compromises the circulation and function of the tissues within that space.






    International dictionary of medicine and biology; The American illustrated medical dictionary
    Dorland's illustrated medical dictionary
Annie Robberecht, C. Tr.
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2 days 13 hrs
peroneal artery occlusive disease, etc.


Explanation:
Kernbaum & Grünfeld give the following:

syndrome de la loge des péroniers = peroneal artery occlusive disease, defined as \"syndrome ischémique de la loge externe de la jambe (ou loge des péroniers), le plus souvent associé à un syndrome de la loge tibiale antérieure.\"

syndrome de la loge tibiale antérieure = anterior tibial syndrome, defined as \"syndrome ischémique de la loge tibiale antérieur, observé au cours de certaines atteintes vascularies, ou après des effort muscularies prolongés (marche forcée), at associant essentiellement une douleur et un gonflement de la loge, un oedème sous-cutané en regard, et une paralysie des fléchisseurs dorsaux du pied et des orteils.\"

However, Elsevier makes the following suggestions:

loge prostatique = fascial sheath of prostate
loge sous-phrénique = subphrenic space, hypophrenium
loge sous-spigelienne; vestibulum bursae omentalis

Hope you get something out of all this!


    A. Sliosberg: Elsevier\'s Medical Dictionary
Gillian Hargreaves
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