Schrumpfniere

French translation: atrophie rénale

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German term or phrase:Schrumpfniere
French translation:atrophie rénale
Entered by: Dominique Stiver

10:15 Oct 1, 2016
German to French translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Cardiology / problème au niveau du rein
German term or phrase: Schrumpfniere
quel est le terme exact en français ?
Dominique Stiver
France
Local time: 09:29
atrophie rénale
Explanation:
atrophie = volume diminué = Gewebeschwund

Voir page 4 du module sur l'IRC, diagramme.
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Andrea Roux
France
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atrophie rénale


Explanation:
atrophie = volume diminué = Gewebeschwund

Voir page 4 du module sur l'IRC, diagramme.

Example sentence(s):
  • La réduction de la masse néphronique va habituellement de pair avec une atrophie rénale globale

    Reference: http://www.med.univ-montp1.fr/enseignement/cycle_2/MIC/Resso...
Andrea Roux
France
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
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