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09:56 Mar 12, 2002
Italian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Italian term or phrase: a basso carico
test da sforzo ha documentato segni di ischemia miocardico a basso carico di ateria femorale destra

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4Low pressure
Kenji Otomo
4exercise test...at a low workload
2Low bloodstream
Mabel Garzón



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Low pressure

I think it is the more suitable. Probably it refers to blood pressure, so "low blood pressure".

Kenji Otomo
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neutral  Elisabeth Ghysels: mi sembra improbabile, piu' probabile é ' at low work load', ma non capisco che cosa é il rapporto tra la arteria femorale destra e ischemia miocardico; cosi non rispondo 'ufficialmente'.
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Low bloodstream


It is just an idea

Mabel Garzón
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exercise test...at a low workload

the exercise test showed signs of myocardial ischemia at a low workload, originating from (the occlusion (or whatever)) of the right femoral arteria

it happens...


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