medula presa congênita

English translation: congenital [or postoperative] spinal/medullary stenosis

13:40 Nov 18, 2006
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Neurology
Portuguese term or phrase: medula presa congênita
Podem ocorrer também a disfunção da derivação ventrículo-peritoneal, seringomielia, medula presa congênita ou pós-operatória, complicações urológicas, obesidade, pé torto congênito, cardiopatias e alergia ao látex (Pianetti et al, 2002; Fernandes et al, 2005; Lindseth, 2005).
Luiza Modesto
English translation:congenital [or postoperative] spinal/medullary stenosis
Explanation:
I'm not at all sure of this, but stenosis seems to be one possibility
for "presa":

Here is one definition of stenosis:
Narrowing of a portion of the spinal canal, usually because of bony
overgrowth.
www.ehealthmd.com/library/backpain/BAK_glossary.html

I also found "tethered." This refers to a congenital "kink" in the tailbone, but it wouldn't be postoperative:

Congenital Tethered Cervical Spinal Cord Syndrome; Occult Spinal Dysraphism Sequence; Tethered Cervical Spinal Cord Syndrome; Tethered Cord Malformation ...
www.bchealthguide.org/kbase/nord/nord779.htm

spinal stenosis: 582,000 refs
spinal cord stenosis: 290 refs.
congenital spinal stenosis: 455 refs.
posoperative spinal stenosis: 5 refs.
congenital spinal cord stenosis: 1 ref.
medullary stenosis: 11 refs,

My main concern is that spinal stenosis is most common in older adults.

**Congenital spinal stenosis** occurs because of abnormal formation of one or various components of the spine which through abnormal growth produces canal ...
www.espine.com/stenosis.html

**Spinal stenosis** is one specific condition characterized by a narrowing of spaces in the spine. This narrowing result in pressure on the spinal cord and ...
www.steadyhealth.com/articles/Spinal_Cord_Stenosis_a354_f0....

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Muriel Vasconcellos
United States
Local time: 02:44
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Thanks Muriel. :)
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congenital [or postoperative] spinal/medullary stenosis


Explanation:
I'm not at all sure of this, but stenosis seems to be one possibility
for "presa":

Here is one definition of stenosis:
Narrowing of a portion of the spinal canal, usually because of bony
overgrowth.
www.ehealthmd.com/library/backpain/BAK_glossary.html

I also found "tethered." This refers to a congenital "kink" in the tailbone, but it wouldn't be postoperative:

Congenital Tethered Cervical Spinal Cord Syndrome; Occult Spinal Dysraphism Sequence; Tethered Cervical Spinal Cord Syndrome; Tethered Cord Malformation ...
www.bchealthguide.org/kbase/nord/nord779.htm

spinal stenosis: 582,000 refs
spinal cord stenosis: 290 refs.
congenital spinal stenosis: 455 refs.
posoperative spinal stenosis: 5 refs.
congenital spinal cord stenosis: 1 ref.
medullary stenosis: 11 refs,

My main concern is that spinal stenosis is most common in older adults.

**Congenital spinal stenosis** occurs because of abnormal formation of one or various components of the spine which through abnormal growth produces canal ...
www.espine.com/stenosis.html

**Spinal stenosis** is one specific condition characterized by a narrowing of spaces in the spine. This narrowing result in pressure on the spinal cord and ...
www.steadyhealth.com/articles/Spinal_Cord_Stenosis_a354_f0....



Muriel Vasconcellos
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Local time: 02:44
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Thanks Muriel. :)
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