English translation: Nato [Translator's note: unknown word, possible error/typo.]
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German term or phrase:
Nato [Translator's note: unknown word, possible error/typo.]
To everyone, who has been helpful sofar. I truly apologize for any misinterpreting of my messages here. It was never my intention to sound rude or anything. I was just stating it, like I would in a normal conversation face to face. It was never my intention to hurt anyone's feelings. I hope my apology is accepted. All I wanted was some suggestions for the word Nato. :(
Hi Gudrun, but wouldn't Nato be spelled as NATO? And wouldn't it be in the address? What is confusing is she wrote like this in 2 german reports: Klinische Fragestellung Nato:
Anyways the Diagnosis is Melanocyte nevus; Secondary diagnosis: Seborrheic Keratosis. The patient is over 40 years old. I hope this helps. Thanks for the help so far.
Klinische Fragestellung (vom) Hausarzt / klinische Fragestellung Ambulanz. This is the kind of referral phrase I would find logical. Are you quite sure the patient wasn't referred via Nato medical services?
No offense was intended Giselrike. I apologize. I am not sure what the Nato stands for. I looked it up but I found it for being in a certain position. It is frustrating. Because the translation I found didn't make sense.
Since I don't have the benefit of seeing your entire report, I also don't know how detailed the information in your report is. I work on reports all the time that involve members of the military, but sometimes the only reason I know they are military is
Giselrike... If it has something to do with a NATO-member then it would be in the Titel Clinical Question. It would be stated that the patient is severing in the military under NATO in the paragraph pertaining to medical history/Family - & Socialhistory.