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V.a. bursaseitige ventrale Partialruptur über 50% DD intratendinöse Ruptur

English translation: partial bursa-side rupture ventrally over 50%, differential diagnosis (DD) intratendinous rupture

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German term or phrase:V.a. bursaseitige ventrale Partialruptur über 50% DD intratendinöse Ruptur
English translation:partial bursa-side rupture ventrally over 50%, differential diagnosis (DD) intratendinous rupture
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23:34 Dec 13, 2010
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Medical - Medical (general) / Arthrose in Schulter
German term or phrase: V.a. bursaseitige ventrale Partialruptur über 50% DD intratendinöse Ruptur
Befund nach MRI. Ich verstehe nicht den Teil mit "über 50% DD". Wie kann ich es ins Englische übersetzen?
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Explanation:
Most notably/primarily/particularly partial bursa-side rupture ventrally over 50%, differential diagnosis (DD) intratendinous rupture

or: "bursal-sided partial tear" instead of partial bursa-side rupture would be another possibility

This means that this type of rupture occurs in over 50% of the cases. DD would be an intratendinous rupture.

Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.1 Shoulder
Case 6.1.9 Rotator cuff
Partial bursal sided supraspinatus tendon ruptures
http://www.ultrasoundcases.info/Slide-View.aspx?cat=337&case...
(with pictures)

Longitudinal biceps tendon tendon split:
Intratendinous biceps tendon ruptures caused by subluxation of the tendon over an irregular lesser tubercle
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:c_NZlhf...
(with pictures)



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Marga Shaw
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Local time: 08:41
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Danke, Marga. That was a bit complicated.
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Explanation:
Most notably/primarily/particularly partial bursa-side rupture ventrally over 50%, differential diagnosis (DD) intratendinous rupture

or: "bursal-sided partial tear" instead of partial bursa-side rupture would be another possibility

This means that this type of rupture occurs in over 50% of the cases. DD would be an intratendinous rupture.

Musculo Skeletal Joints and Tendons | 6.1 Shoulder
Case 6.1.9 Rotator cuff
Partial bursal sided supraspinatus tendon ruptures
http://www.ultrasoundcases.info/Slide-View.aspx?cat=337&case...
(with pictures)

Longitudinal biceps tendon tendon split:
Intratendinous biceps tendon ruptures caused by subluxation of the tendon over an irregular lesser tubercle
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:c_NZlhf...
(with pictures)





Marga Shaw
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:41
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Danke, Marga. That was a bit complicated.
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Changes made by editors
Dec 14, 2010 - Changes made by Ingo Dierkschnieder:
Term asked6. V.a. bursaseitige ventrale Partialruptur über 50% DD intratendinöse Ruptur. » V.a. bursaseitige ventrale Partialruptur über 50% DD intratendinöse Ruptur
Dec 14, 2010 - Changes made by GermanTransl:
Restriction (Pairs)none » working
Restriction Fieldsnone » specialty


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