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French term or phrase:carreau
English translation:carreau
Entered by: DPolice
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21:59 Jul 30, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical
French term or phrase: carreau
Saint Léonard guérissait les nouveaux-nés de la maladie du CARREAU.
I do not even know what the carreau disease is/ was. Any suggetion welcome.
DPolice
Local time: 04:25
Carreau (in English too)
Explanation:
Enlargement and induration of the abdomen due to tuberculous peritonitis

P.Lépine
Dictionnaire des termes médicaux et biologiques
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Alexandra Hague
Local time: 04:25
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Is this term still used in modern medicine?
Is / was it a disease affecting newborn babies?

Thanks anyway
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nagastroenteritis
Nikki Scott-Despaigne
naCarreau (in English too)
Alexandra Hague


  

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2 hrs
Carreau (in English too)


Explanation:
Enlargement and induration of the abdomen due to tuberculous peritonitis

P.Lépine
Dictionnaire des termes médicaux et biologiques

Alexandra Hague
Local time: 04:25
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 116
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Is this term still used in modern medicine?
Is / was it a disease affecting newborn babies?

Thanks anyway
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5 hrs
gastroenteritis


Explanation:
I'm out of my sector here but was curious and found this. Is it of any help?

http://www.bibliotheque.refer.org/reunion/lexique/tambave.ht...

TAMBAVE (tambave carreau) n. m. || Gastro-entérite des enfants. Grand-mère avait beau en avoir vu dans sa vie, en avoir enterré des gens, proches ou voisins (des "fièvres paludéennes", des "tambaves" carreaux, des "accidents", un "meurtre" même), découvrir un nouveau cadavre ne lui était pas indifférent pour autant. (GAA: 33) ÉTYMOL.: Du malg. tambavy: "maladie des jeunes enfants" (littéralt "qui vient de la mère") (CHA: 525). La forme tambave carreau est une composition avec le t. dial. fr. carreau qui désigne la même maladie (CHA: 1023). u V. tisane tambave SYN.: carreau




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