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פלס תחושתי

English translation: Sensory Level

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Hebrew term or phrase:פלס תחושתי
English translation:Sensory Level
Entered by: Liran Mendel, MSc.
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16:38 Feb 4, 2012
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Rehab
Hebrew term or phrase: פלס תחושתי
בדיקה נוירולוגית של חולה בשיקום:
" פלס תחושתי בגובה L1"
Liran Mendel, MSc.
Local time: 11:59
Sensory Level
Explanation:
See links below:
הביטוי הסנסורי הוא פלס תחושתי (sensory level)
http://www.medil.org/Front/NewsNet/printReport.asp?reportId=...

"Sensory level is defined as the lowest spinal cord level that still has normal pinprick and touch sensation."
http://www.mcpf.org/FacingSCI/SpinalCordInjuryBasics/tabid/1...

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Note added at 19 mins (2012-02-04 16:58:12 GMT)
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Also relevant:
"Differences between neurological and rehabilitation definitions of spinal cord injury levels. Doctors use two different definitions for spinal cord injury levels. Given the same neurological examination and findings, neurologists and physiatrists may not assign the same spinal cord injury level. In general, neurologists define the level of injury as the first spinal segmental level that shows abnormal neurological loss. Thus, for example, if a person has loss of biceps, the motor level of the injury is often said to be C4. In contrast, physiatrists or rehabilitation doctors tend to define level of injury as the lowest spinal segmental level that is normal."
http://www.mcpf.org/FacingSCI/SCIClassifications/tabid/173/D...

(L1 naturally refers to the L1 vertebrae).

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Note added at 34 mins (2012-02-04 17:13:04 GMT)
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Ty Kendall
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:59
Grading comment
perfect!
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3 +3Sensory Level
Ty Kendall


  

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Sensory Level


Explanation:
See links below:
הביטוי הסנסורי הוא פלס תחושתי (sensory level)
http://www.medil.org/Front/NewsNet/printReport.asp?reportId=...

"Sensory level is defined as the lowest spinal cord level that still has normal pinprick and touch sensation."
http://www.mcpf.org/FacingSCI/SpinalCordInjuryBasics/tabid/1...

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Note added at 19 mins (2012-02-04 16:58:12 GMT)
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Also relevant:
"Differences between neurological and rehabilitation definitions of spinal cord injury levels. Doctors use two different definitions for spinal cord injury levels. Given the same neurological examination and findings, neurologists and physiatrists may not assign the same spinal cord injury level. In general, neurologists define the level of injury as the first spinal segmental level that shows abnormal neurological loss. Thus, for example, if a person has loss of biceps, the motor level of the injury is often said to be C4. In contrast, physiatrists or rehabilitation doctors tend to define level of injury as the lowest spinal segmental level that is normal."
http://www.mcpf.org/FacingSCI/SCIClassifications/tabid/173/D...

(L1 naturally refers to the L1 vertebrae).

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Note added at 34 mins (2012-02-04 17:13:04 GMT)
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Also...I just discovered these.....
http://www.proz.com/kudoz/hebrew_to_english/medical_general/...

http://www.proz.com/kudoz/hebrew_to_english/medical_general/...

Ty Kendall
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:59
Works in field
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 88
Grading comment
perfect!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Gad Kohenov: Yes. I asked it in the past.
5 hrs
  -> I found your entry after researching/answering - typical, sod's law! :-) Thanks Gad!

agree  Aya Deutsch
14 hrs
  -> Thanks Aya! :-)

agree  Lingopro
1 day17 mins
  -> Thanks Lingopro! :-)
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