o. Burhard

17:58 Apr 3, 2016
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German to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care / medical report
German term or phrase: o. Burhard
This is a medical report on a patient with rectal cancer. The term appears in the results from an oesophago-, gastro-, duodenoscopy. Everything is without abnormal findings; the term appears in the following sentence: "Kardia o. Burkhard Schleimhaut in Fundus, Korpus und Antrum unauffällig".

Could this possibly be a typo for "ohne Befund"? Otherwise I am at a loss.
Celia Bodnar
Canada
Local time: 21:13


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5ohne Befund
Renee Kulkarni MD


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ohne Befund


Explanation:
This IS autocorrect. Am not aware of any such term pertaining to mucosa in any field of Medicine

Renee Kulkarni MD
India
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Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 12
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