Schultergürtel

English translation: shoulder girdle

13:26 Jul 8, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical
German term or phrase: Schultergürtel
Medical report on a patient
Janet Slater
English translation:shoulder girdle
Explanation:
"Der Schultergürtel ist ein gürtelförmiger Verband, gebildet von Schulterblättern u. den mit ihnen sowie dem Brustkorb gelenkig verbundenen Schlüsselbeinen."
see Roche Online Dictionary
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Margit Hengsberger
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nashoulder girdle
Margit Hengsberger
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Heather Starastin


  

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13 mins
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Explanation:
The Reuter/Reuter Wörterbuch Klinische Medizin offers: "thoracic girdle", "shoulder girdle" and "pectoral girdle."HTH!

Heather Starastin
Canada
Local time: 21:05
Native speaker of: English
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15 mins
shoulder girdle


Explanation:
"Der Schultergürtel ist ein gürtelförmiger Verband, gebildet von Schulterblättern u. den mit ihnen sowie dem Brustkorb gelenkig verbundenen Schlüsselbeinen."
see Roche Online Dictionary


    Reference: http://www.roche-lexikon.de/
Margit Hengsberger
Local time: 03:05
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in pair: 39
Grading comment
As I am 5,000 miles away from all my works of reference and under severe pressure of time, I am extremely grateful for the prompt reply!
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