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English translation: locoregional

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French term or phrase:locorégional
English translation:locoregional
Entered by: Stephanie Mitchel
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14:32 Oct 14, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical
French term or phrase: locorégional
Clinical trial report. Reads: "Autres complications cliniques dans les 30 jours de la procédure : loco-régionales (ex. atteinte de nerfs crâniens, complications au point de ponction)..."
Also - "anésthésie locale, locorégionale ou générale."
I have found 'locoregional' in Eurodicautom but it sounds strange - yet if they're making the distinction btw 'locale' and 'locorégionale' above, then there must be one.
Stephanie Mitchel
United States
Local time: 19:00
locoregional anaesthesia
Explanation:
ENGLISH
locoregional anaesthesia
KEY TERM(S)
– loco-regional anaesthesia
– locoregional anesthesia
– loco-regional anesthesia
FRANCAIS
anesthésie loco-régionale La femme enceinte peut être soumise à des interventions odontologiques ou stomatologiques d'où l'utilisation chez elle d'anesthésies générales, loco-régionales ou locales.


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Simon Charass
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locoregional anaesthesia


Explanation:
ENGLISH
locoregional anaesthesia
KEY TERM(S)
– loco-regional anaesthesia
– locoregional anesthesia
– loco-regional anesthesia
FRANCAIS
anesthésie loco-régionale La femme enceinte peut être soumise à des interventions odontologiques ou stomatologiques d'où l'utilisation chez elle d'anesthésies générales, loco-régionales ou locales.


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Simon Charass
Canada
Local time: 19:00
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