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Fussaussenrandheberparesis

English translation: paresis of foot everter muscles

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German term or phrase:Fussaussenrandheberparesis
English translation:paresis of foot everter muscles
Entered by: Anne Schulz
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18:53 Feb 21, 2006
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Medical - Medical (general) / Physical Exam, Infant
German term or phrase: Fussaussenrandheberparesis
In a neurological report:
"Fuß-heberparese links KG 4/5, Zehenheberparese links KG 3/5, Fußaußenrandheberparese links KG 3/5. Hypästhesie entsprechend dem L5-Dermatom linksseitig."

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Harold
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paresis of foot everter muscles
Explanation:
or "...ankle pronator muscles" or any combination of these; anatomically (and also a common description) the "peroneus muscles"

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Note added at 32 mins (2006-02-21 19:25:55 GMT)
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Anne Schulz
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paresis of foot everter muscles


Explanation:
or "...ankle pronator muscles" or any combination of these; anatomically (and also a common description) the "peroneus muscles"

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Note added at 32 mins (2006-02-21 19:25:55 GMT)
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Don't worry about CL1 - I did enter 4.

Anne Schulz
Germany
Local time: 07:09
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in category: 1501

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Jacqueline van der Spek: peroneus paresis would be my guess
1 hr
  -> I would say so - but then again, "Peroneusparese" is quite common in German, yet the author of this report chose another expression.
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