SI.-M. haemorrhoidalis

03:45 Aug 4, 2019
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Latvian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / colonoscopy
Latvian term or phrase: SI.-M. haemorrhoidalis
Excerpt from colonoscopy description. Perhaps "Sl"?
(I know that "M. haemorrhoidalis" -- hemorrhoids, so what does "SI" mean?)
shifrak
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Kaspars Melkis
3slight to medium...
Valters Feists


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slight to medium...


Explanation:
“Sl.-m.”, “slight to medium” – sounds like an evaluation of severity and/or volume, thus fitting the context.

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By the way:
“M. haemorrhoidalis” is “Melitta haemorrhoidalis” is a species of the bee.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melitta_(bee)
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Кочёвки


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Valters Feists
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Explanation:
Why would you think that "M. haemorrhoidalis" is hemorrhoids? It doesn't make sense. It could be middle rectal artery (from Latin arteria haemorrhoidalis media). Not sure what SI means. Might have to do something with sigmoid and together indicating the area covered or reviewed.

Kaspars Melkis
United Kingdom
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