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剣状突起水位

English translation: water level at the ensiform cartilage

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Japanese term or phrase:剣状突起水位
English translation:water level at the ensiform cartilage
Entered by: Yoshio Omata
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14:52 Mar 31, 2003
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Japanese term or phrase: 剣状突起水位
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Yoshio Omata
Yoshio Omata
Japan
Local time: 22:25
water level at the ensiform cartilage [processus xiphoideus, xiphisternum]
Explanation:
剣状突起: ensiform cartilage; processus xiphoideus; xiphisternum
(from 英辞郎)

According to the site below, "剣状突起水位" would be the "水位" at the level of "剣状突起". "剣状突起" is a part of the body.
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water level at the ensiform cartilage [processus xiphoideus, xiphisternum]


Explanation:
剣状突起: ensiform cartilage; processus xiphoideus; xiphisternum
(from 英辞郎)

According to the site below, "剣状突起水位" would be the "水位" at the level of "剣状突起". "剣状突起" is a part of the body.



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