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English translation: distension / colliquation of the bone

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12:01 Aug 29, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
German term or phrase: Knochenauftreibungen / Knocheneinschmelzungen
Solche Abszesse führen nicht selten zu Knochenauftreibungen, aber auch -einschmelzungen
Claire
English translation:distension / colliquation of the bone
Explanation:
Auftreibung - enlargement or distension
Einschmelzung - colliquation
[Reuter, Medizin]

Depending on the extension of the trauma, only local alterations are likely to develop, such as gangrene, edema, tissular necrosis and colliquation, vascular and/or neural obstructions or interruptions, etc.; or alterations extended to the whole organism such as acute renal failure due to rebsorption, exalted catabolism, respiratory insufficiency and sometimes ARDS.
www.unipa.it/~ccare/hbo/h_crush.htm

HTH



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Ulrike Lieder
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That is absolutely perfect. Thank you Ulrike
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Summary of answers provided
nadistension / colliquation of the boneUlrike Lieder
nabone wear out - bone melting
Maya Jurt


  

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19 mins
bone wear out - bone melting


Explanation:
or reduction of the bone structure.

Maya Jurt
Switzerland
Local time: 09:43
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 545
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distension / colliquation of the bone


Explanation:
Auftreibung - enlargement or distension
Einschmelzung - colliquation
[Reuter, Medizin]

Depending on the extension of the trauma, only local alterations are likely to develop, such as gangrene, edema, tissular necrosis and colliquation, vascular and/or neural obstructions or interruptions, etc.; or alterations extended to the whole organism such as acute renal failure due to rebsorption, exalted catabolism, respiratory insufficiency and sometimes ARDS.
www.unipa.it/~ccare/hbo/h_crush.htm

HTH






    Reuter & Reuter, Medical Dictionary
Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 00:43
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
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That is absolutely perfect. Thank you Ulrike
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