aterosclerosi substenosante

English translation: subocclusive atherosclerosis / atherosclerotic lesions

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Italian term or phrase:aterosclerosi substenosante
English translation:subocclusive atherosclerosis / atherosclerotic lesions
Entered by: liz askew
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09:51 Nov 30, 2009
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / diagnostic examination
Italian term or phrase: aterosclerosi substenosante
do we say "sub-stenotic" atherosclerosis or something different?
it's another finding from the examination:
aterosclerosi substenosante delle arterie coronarie
Rachel Fell
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:14
atherosclerotic stenose/es
Explanation:
As you know I don't do Italian, but I am unable to find anything re "sub-stenosing/stenosis/stenotic" in English...just this:

Atherosclerotic stenosis of the extramural and intramural coronary ...
Atherosclerotic stenosis of the extramural coronary arteries was ... intramural coronary arteries may be related to atherosclerotic stenosis of the ...
www.springerlink.com/index/N927530752X0N653.pdf - Similar
by HL Ratcliffe - 1972 - Cited by 16 - Related articles

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or

stenosing atherosclerosis

Nikolai N. Anichkov and His Theory of Atherosclerosis
Stenosing atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries and its sequelae in myocardial blood supply [in Russian]. Patol Fiziol Eksp Ter 1957;1:3–9. [PubMed] ...
ukpmc.ac.uk › Journal List › Tex Heart Inst J › v.33(4); 2006 - Similar
by IE Konstantinov - 2006 - Related articles

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Lesione infiltrativo-ulcerata substenosante il lume: 3 risposte e ...
- [ Translate this page ]
12 feb 2009 ... Medicitalia.it/Consulti/Oncologia medica/Lesione infiltrativo-ulcerata substenosante il lume: 357 click e 3 risposte dal 12/02/2009.
www.medicitalia.it › Consulti › Oncologia medica - Cached – Similar

Primary carcinoma of the jejunum
The neoplasm may be stenosing, infiltrating, ulcerative or .... dilated lumen of the bowel proximal to the stenosing lesion is ...
www.springerlink.com/index/K6241HM79JJ8P456.pdf - Similar
by C Cassel - 1958 - Cited by 1 - Related articles


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hey
wait a minute...
look here

Stenosante: causa di (pressocche')completa occlusione del lume di un
organo. Il fisiologico contenuto (feci, sangue ...) non passa o passa
in maniera insufficiente. Ciò determina una sintomatologia clinica
(occlusione intestinale, ischemia ...).
Substenosante: un gradino in meno della stenosi. La compromissione del
lume puo' essere stimabile in circa l'80-90%%. Il contenuto, seppure a
fatica, passa. Ciò può correlarsi ad un quadro clinico (per esempio, se
parliamo di intestino, crisi subocclusive con nausea, vomito e dolori
intermittenti), oppure non correlarsi ad alcun disturbo (per esempio,
una stenosi vascolare, anche grave, può non dare sintomi clinici), ma
e' comunque ben rilevabile strumentalmente (per esempio con la
colonscopia, il clisma opaco oppure con l'eco color Doppler, se
parliamo di vascolare).

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which would imply that the "sub" bit means "partial" i.e. not full-blown stenoses.

Association of below-knee atherosclerosis to medial arterial ...
A total of 242 partial and complete stenoses was found in 35 ... of belowknee atherosclerosis to medial arterial calcification in diabetes mellitus E. ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/0168822795011269 - Similar
by E Chantelau - 1995 - Cited by 14 - Related articles - All 4 versions

best of luck!

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the reference above states something about the diameter of the lumen (80-90%) which measures the degree of stenosis

see here

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=luminal sten...

I think you will need to research further on this

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In actual fact 80-90% diameter = severe stenosis!

Severe bilateral carotid stenosis : : The impact of ipsilateral ...
These 49 patients can be further subdivided into groups of subjects who had moderate (60% to 79%) and severe (80% to 99%) contralateral stenosis by Doppler ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0735109704001986
by R Sachar - 2004 - Cited by 13 - Related articles - All 18 versions

so

partial would not be a strong enough adjective

so I would opt for

severe atherosclerotic stenosis of the coronary artery

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HI again
I see now there are no hits for "aterosclerosi substenosante" in Italian, that I can find!

but

L'invecchiamento del cuore - Codex V, cellulite, smagliature ...
- [ Translate this page ]
I danni sul cuore da invecchiamento dei vasi: l'aterosclerosi coronarica e la ... di ossigeno nel muscolo cardiaco è l'aterosclerosi stenosante (occlusiva) ...
www.codexv.it/rpt_nws_dett.asp?fld_id=14 - Cached - Similar

so...SJLD

saves the day once more!
:)
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liz askew
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:14
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Thanks for your help Liz:-)
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Summary of answers provided
3atherosclerotic stenose/es
liz askew
Summary of reference entries provided
Types of atherosclerotic lesions
lirka

Discussion entries: 4





  

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atherosclerotic stenose/es


Explanation:
As you know I don't do Italian, but I am unable to find anything re "sub-stenosing/stenosis/stenotic" in English...just this:

Atherosclerotic stenosis of the extramural and intramural coronary ...
Atherosclerotic stenosis of the extramural coronary arteries was ... intramural coronary arteries may be related to atherosclerotic stenosis of the ...
www.springerlink.com/index/N927530752X0N653.pdf - Similar
by HL Ratcliffe - 1972 - Cited by 16 - Related articles

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 28 mins (2009-11-30 10:20:13 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

or

stenosing atherosclerosis

Nikolai N. Anichkov and His Theory of Atherosclerosis
Stenosing atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries and its sequelae in myocardial blood supply [in Russian]. Patol Fiziol Eksp Ter 1957;1:3–9. [PubMed] ...
ukpmc.ac.uk › Journal List › Tex Heart Inst J › v.33(4); 2006 - Similar
by IE Konstantinov - 2006 - Related articles

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 31 mins (2009-11-30 10:22:42 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Lesione infiltrativo-ulcerata substenosante il lume: 3 risposte e ...
- [ Translate this page ]
12 feb 2009 ... Medicitalia.it/Consulti/Oncologia medica/Lesione infiltrativo-ulcerata substenosante il lume: 357 click e 3 risposte dal 12/02/2009.
www.medicitalia.it › Consulti › Oncologia medica - Cached – Similar

Primary carcinoma of the jejunum
The neoplasm may be stenosing, infiltrating, ulcerative or .... dilated lumen of the bowel proximal to the stenosing lesion is ...
www.springerlink.com/index/K6241HM79JJ8P456.pdf - Similar
by C Cassel - 1958 - Cited by 1 - Related articles


--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 32 mins (2009-11-30 10:24:17 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

hey
wait a minute...
look here

Stenosante: causa di (pressocche')completa occlusione del lume di un
organo. Il fisiologico contenuto (feci, sangue ...) non passa o passa
in maniera insufficiente. Ciò determina una sintomatologia clinica
(occlusione intestinale, ischemia ...).
Substenosante: un gradino in meno della stenosi. La compromissione del
lume puo' essere stimabile in circa l'80-90%%. Il contenuto, seppure a
fatica, passa. Ciò può correlarsi ad un quadro clinico (per esempio, se
parliamo di intestino, crisi subocclusive con nausea, vomito e dolori
intermittenti), oppure non correlarsi ad alcun disturbo (per esempio,
una stenosi vascolare, anche grave, può non dare sintomi clinici), ma
e' comunque ben rilevabile strumentalmente (per esempio con la
colonscopia, il clisma opaco oppure con l'eco color Doppler, se
parliamo di vascolare).

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 38 mins (2009-11-30 10:30:02 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

which would imply that the "sub" bit means "partial" i.e. not full-blown stenoses.

Association of below-knee atherosclerosis to medial arterial ...
A total of 242 partial and complete stenoses was found in 35 ... of belowknee atherosclerosis to medial arterial calcification in diabetes mellitus E. ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/0168822795011269 - Similar
by E Chantelau - 1995 - Cited by 14 - Related articles - All 4 versions

best of luck!

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 42 mins (2009-11-30 10:34:33 GMT)
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the reference above states something about the diameter of the lumen (80-90%) which measures the degree of stenosis

see here

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=luminal sten...

I think you will need to research further on this

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 45 mins (2009-11-30 10:36:59 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

In actual fact 80-90% diameter = severe stenosis!

Severe bilateral carotid stenosis : : The impact of ipsilateral ...
These 49 patients can be further subdivided into groups of subjects who had moderate (60% to 79%) and severe (80% to 99%) contralateral stenosis by Doppler ...
linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0735109704001986
by R Sachar - 2004 - Cited by 13 - Related articles - All 18 versions

so

partial would not be a strong enough adjective

so I would opt for

severe atherosclerotic stenosis of the coronary artery

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 4 hrs (2009-11-30 14:15:41 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

HI again
I see now there are no hits for "aterosclerosi substenosante" in Italian, that I can find!

but

L'invecchiamento del cuore - Codex V, cellulite, smagliature ...
- [ Translate this page ]
I danni sul cuore da invecchiamento dei vasi: l'aterosclerosi coronarica e la ... di ossigeno nel muscolo cardiaco è l'aterosclerosi stenosante (occlusiva) ...
www.codexv.it/rpt_nws_dett.asp?fld_id=14 - Cached - Similar

so...SJLD

saves the day once more!
:)

liz askew
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:14
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Thanks for your help Liz:-)
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you Liz - I wonder about the "sub" bit - early, latent, maybe?

Asker: atherosclerotic partial stenosis of...?

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Reference comments


2 hrs
Reference: Types of atherosclerotic lesions

Reference information:
http://www.circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/full/92/5/1355

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