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gerinnungsphysiologische Abklaerung

English translation: [thoroughly] investigating the [patient’s] coagulation physiology

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German term or phrase:gerinnungsphysiologische Abklaerung
English translation:[thoroughly] investigating the [patient’s] coagulation physiology
Entered by: Tom Funke
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18:43 Feb 16, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
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German term or phrase: gerinnungsphysiologische Abklaerung
Arztbericht, Thrombose:
Die Antikoagulation muss total 3-6 Monate durchgefuehrt werden. Anschliessend wird zu diskutieren sein, ob noch eine *gerinnungsphysiologische Abklaerung* stattfinden soll.
Ulrike Spitzer
Local time: 21:20
[thoroughly] investigating the [patient’s] coagulation physiology
Explanation:
[thoroughly] investigating / examining / analyzing / checking the [patient’s] coagulation physiology

Abklären: clear up, sort out (Oxford-Duden Detusches Universal Wörterbuch, ISBN3-411 05503 0) Which is probably the meaning intended here

abklären, v.t. or refl. (chem.) = clear, clarify
Abklären, Abklärung (chem) = clarification
Reuter & Reuter, Medizinisches Wörterbuch, ISBN 3 13 100491 6
Fachwörterbuch Chemie und chemische Technik, ISBN3 86117 035 3

abklären (auch: ) = clarify, filter strain, clear
Abklärmittel (Lab) = clarification agent
Abklärung (Lab) = filtration, straining

Gerinnungs-= coagulation… (or:, clotting…)
Reuter & Reuter, Medizinisches Wörterbuch, ISBN 3 13 100491 6

gerinnungsphysiologisch of/related to/in terms of coagulation physiology


AltaVista (German)[+abklärung +physiologie] 103 pages found
http://www.medizin.uni-greifswald.de/klinikum/geschichte.htm...
http://www.forschung3r.ch/en/projects/pr_31_92.html
http://www.leidenberger.de/anabasis/anafacth.htm
http://rw22big3.jura.uni-sb.de/BGBl/TEIL1/1994/19940932.1.HT...
http://www.med.uni-marburg.de/knukmed/nukleus/endokrin/sdall... einer Schilddrüsenerkrankung
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Tom Funke
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Thanks, Tom, for taking the time to research this term so thoroughly!
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[thoroughly] investigating the [patient’s] coagulation physiology


Explanation:
[thoroughly] investigating / examining / analyzing / checking the [patient’s] coagulation physiology

Abklären: clear up, sort out (Oxford-Duden Detusches Universal Wörterbuch, ISBN3-411 05503 0) Which is probably the meaning intended here

abklären, v.t. or refl. (chem.) = clear, clarify
Abklären, Abklärung (chem) = clarification
Reuter & Reuter, Medizinisches Wörterbuch, ISBN 3 13 100491 6
Fachwörterbuch Chemie und chemische Technik, ISBN3 86117 035 3

abklären (auch: ) = clarify, filter strain, clear
Abklärmittel (Lab) = clarification agent
Abklärung (Lab) = filtration, straining

Gerinnungs-= coagulation… (or:, clotting…)
Reuter & Reuter, Medizinisches Wörterbuch, ISBN 3 13 100491 6

gerinnungsphysiologisch of/related to/in terms of coagulation physiology


AltaVista (German)[+abklärung +physiologie] 103 pages found
http://www.medizin.uni-greifswald.de/klinikum/geschichte.htm...
http://www.forschung3r.ch/en/projects/pr_31_92.html
http://www.leidenberger.de/anabasis/anafacth.htm
http://rw22big3.jura.uni-sb.de/BGBl/TEIL1/1994/19940932.1.HT...
http://www.med.uni-marburg.de/knukmed/nukleus/endokrin/sdall... einer Schilddrüsenerkrankung



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Tom Funke
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PRO pts in pair: 2419
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Thanks, Tom, for taking the time to research this term so thoroughly!

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