arterieller/venoeser Schenkel

English translation: arterial / venous leg

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German term or phrase:arterieller/venoeser Schenkel
English translation:arterial / venous leg
Entered by: JM Simon

21:45 Oct 12, 2004
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
German term or phrase: arterieller/venoeser Schenkel
"Auch in Deutschland wird ASS zur Thromboembolieprophylaxe nicht empfohlen, da eine eindeutige Wirksamkeit von ASS im Gegensatz zum arteriellen Schenkel am venoesen Schenkel nicht belegt ist."

Roche translates it as "crus", but "arterial/venous crus" does not get any hits on Google.
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arterial / venous leg
Explanation:
talking about two different types of blood clots which are occurring in the legs
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arterial / venous leg


Explanation:
talking about two different types of blood clots which are occurring in the legs


    Reference: http://www.southernhealth.org.au/imaging/ultrasound_mmc_pand...
    Reference: http://www.health-alliance.com/jewish/glueck/venous.htm
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