denti inclusi

German translation: retinierte/impaktierte Zähne

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Italian term or phrase:denti inclusi
German translation:retinierte/impaktierte Zähne
Entered by: Manuela Boccignone

10:13 Aug 23, 2006
Italian to German translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Dentistry / Kieferorthopädie
Italian term or phrase: denti inclusi
L'anchilosi dei denti inclusi, che non hanno cioè la possibilità di vedere la luce spontaneamente, non è diagnosticabile a priori.

Tutto chiaro, qui in Germania mi hanno anche estratto due di questi denti (erano denti del giudizio, ovviamente), quindi so di che si tratta. Ma come si chiamano in tedesco i "denti inclusi" che non vogliono uscire/durchbrechen?
Grazie a tutti gli esperti di Odontoiatria!
Manuela Boccignone
Germany
Local time: 17:41
retinierte/impaktierte Zähne
Explanation:
Non lavoro molto con la lingua italiana ma la capisca abbastanza bene. Allora ho guardato su "Eurodicautom":

denti inclusi - retinierte/impaktierte Zähne
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Sabine Jaeger
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retinierte/impaktierte Zähne


Explanation:
Non lavoro molto con la lingua italiana ma la capisca abbastanza bene. Allora ho guardato su "Eurodicautom":

denti inclusi - retinierte/impaktierte Zähne


    Reference: http://ec.europa.eu/eurodicautom/Controller
Sabine Jaeger
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 4
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Asker: Vielen Dank!


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Matthias Quaschning-Kirsch: "Impaktiert" kann auch ganz andere Bedeutungen haben. "Retiniert" ist hier das Mittel der Wahl.
15 mins

agree  Claudia Mattaliano: "retiniert" > Als retiniert bezeichnen wir einen Zahn, der aus irgendwelchen Gründen nicht durchgebrochen ist (Retention) > Lexikon der Zahnmedizin
40 mins
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