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ανευρεθη ενδοκοιλακή μάζα στην ακρολοφία του ιερού οστού

English translation: an intra-abdominal mass was found at the crest of the sacrum (sacral bone)

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Greek term or phrase:ανευρεθη ενδοκοιλακή μάζα στην ακρολοφία του ιερού οστού
English translation:an intra-abdominal mass was found at the crest of the sacrum (sacral bone)
Entered by: Valentini Mellas
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16:13 Mar 3, 2004
Greek to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Greek term or phrase: ανευρεθη ενδοκοιλακή μάζα στην ακρολοφία του ιερού οστού
Προκειται για πιστοποιητικό ιατρικής εξέτασης
Anastasia Gialeli
Local time: 00:40
an intra-abdominal mass was found at the crest of the sacrum (sacral bone)
Explanation:
Diagnosis and management of sacral bone tumours -> http://tinyurl.com/2rze5

ενδοκοιλιακός = intra-abdominal
μάζα = mass
ακρολοφία = crest (ή ακόμα και ridge σε ορισμένες περιπτώσεις)
ιερόν οστούν = sacrum / sacral bone

Sacrum - Noun
Wedge-shaped bone consisting of five fused vertebrae forming the posterior part of the pelvis; its base connects with the lowest lumbar vertebra and its tip with the coccyx. Source: WordNet 1.7.1
Etymology: Sacrum \Sa"crum\, noun; plural sacra. [New Latin expression, from the Latin expression sacer sacred, os sacrum the lowest bone of the spine.]. (Websters 1913)
The sacrum is a bone at the end of the spine. It articulates with the hip bone at two sacroiliac joints. It is actually formed from the fusion of five vertebrae, and sits below L5, and above the coccyx. It is concave facing fowards, thus its curvature is considered a kyphosis. The sacrum has dorsal and ventral foramina through which nerves can pass. Inferiorly, the sacral canal opens at the sacral hiatus (http://tinyurl.com/3eo5k)



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crest: 1.A ridge, especially a bony ridge. - 2.The ridge of the neck of a male animal, especially of a stallion or bull.
Syn: crista [NA].
crista sacralis είναι συνώνυμο του sacral crest

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Ξέχασα πηγές για τα ανωτέρω
Webster\'s Rosetta,
Stedman\'s Medical Dictionary(English),
Stedman\'s Medical Dictionary (English to Greek)
και το καλό μας google :D
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Valentini Mellas
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Local time: 01:40
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5 +5an intra-abdominal mass was found at the crest of the sacrum (sacral bone)
Valentini Mellas


  

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ανευρεθη ενδοκοιλακή μάζα στην ακρολοφία του ιερού οστού
an intra-abdominal mass was found at the crest of the sacrum (sacral bone)


Explanation:
Diagnosis and management of sacral bone tumours -> http://tinyurl.com/2rze5

ενδοκοιλιακός = intra-abdominal
μάζα = mass
ακρολοφία = crest (ή ακόμα και ridge σε ορισμένες περιπτώσεις)
ιερόν οστούν = sacrum / sacral bone

Sacrum - Noun
Wedge-shaped bone consisting of five fused vertebrae forming the posterior part of the pelvis; its base connects with the lowest lumbar vertebra and its tip with the coccyx. Source: WordNet 1.7.1
Etymology: Sacrum \Sa"crum\, noun; plural sacra. [New Latin expression, from the Latin expression sacer sacred, os sacrum the lowest bone of the spine.]. (Websters 1913)
The sacrum is a bone at the end of the spine. It articulates with the hip bone at two sacroiliac joints. It is actually formed from the fusion of five vertebrae, and sits below L5, and above the coccyx. It is concave facing fowards, thus its curvature is considered a kyphosis. The sacrum has dorsal and ventral foramina through which nerves can pass. Inferiorly, the sacral canal opens at the sacral hiatus (http://tinyurl.com/3eo5k)



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Note added at 40 mins (2004-03-03 16:53:50 GMT)
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crest: 1.A ridge, especially a bony ridge. - 2.The ridge of the neck of a male animal, especially of a stallion or bull.
Syn: crista [NA].
crista sacralis είναι συνώνυμο του sacral crest

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Note added at 42 mins (2004-03-03 16:55:26 GMT)
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Ξέχασα πηγές για τα ανωτέρω
Webster\'s Rosetta,
Stedman\'s Medical Dictionary(English),
Stedman\'s Medical Dictionary (English to Greek)
και το καλό μας google :D

Valentini Mellas
Greece
Local time: 01:40
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Native speaker of: Greek
PRO pts in category: 96
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agree  Vicky Papaprodromou
3 hrs
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agree  touraki
15 hrs
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agree  Evdoxia R.: mipos endoabdominal?
15 hrs

agree  Elena Petelos: Σιγουρα intra-abdominal!!!
1 day23 hrs
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agree  Lamprini Kosma
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