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04:15 Nov 12, 2007
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Norwegian to English translations [PRO] Medical - Medical (general) / blood test
Norwegian term or phrase:S-SEKOMM ALMUM
SEKOMM ALBUM is one of the things listed in a blood test, along with the usual things like leucocytes, urea, creatinine, etc.
If it's Latin, maybe someone could confirm that, but I don't see any Google hits so I wondered if it was an abbreviation for something.
Advice very much appreciated.
I thought it probably wasn't Latin - just strange that it appears in 3 or 4 documents (bits must've been copied by the original typist). One example value is 50. No measurement units are given (I saw something about Elf tests and assumed that doctors in relevant depts. would know about these).