Polmoni: M.V. ridotta alla base di sinistra

English translation: lungs: minute volume reduced at the base of the left [lung]

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Italian term or phrase:Polmoni: M.V. ridotta alla base di sinistra
English translation:lungs: minute volume reduced at the base of the left [lung]
Entered by: DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)

19:50 Aug 9, 2001
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Medical - Medical (general)
Italian term or phrase: Polmoni: M.V. ridotta alla base di sinistra
What does the M.V. stand for?
gail
lungs: minute volume reduced at the base of the left [lung]
Explanation:
Clinical assessment of a respiratory insufficiency.
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5Lung: Vesicular breath sounds reduced at the base of the left [lung]
Pawel_K
nalungs: minute volume reduced at the base of the left [lung]
DR. RICHARD BAVRY (X)
naMinute Volume
Fuad Yahya


  

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Minute Volume


Explanation:
I hope this makes sense in your context. Take a look at this:

http://www.cofc.edu/~munrod/Respiration_Handout.html

“Minute Volume, (MV): Volume of air moving into or out of the lungs/minute”

Fuad



    Reference: http://www.cofc.edu/~munrod/Respiration_Handout.html
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lungs: minute volume reduced at the base of the left [lung]


Explanation:
Clinical assessment of a respiratory insufficiency.


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Lung: Vesicular breath sounds reduced at the base of the left [lung]


Explanation:
M.V. = murmure vescicolare

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