encefalomalácia sequelar

German translation: Enzephalomalazie als Spätfolge

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Portuguese term or phrase:encefalomalácia sequelar
German translation:Enzephalomalazie als Spätfolge
Entered by: Claudia Fenker

17:28 Dec 13, 2010
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Medical - Medical (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: encefalomalácia sequelar
Observa-se pequena área de encefalomalácia sequelar na convexidade frontal direita, cortico-subcortical.
Claudia Fenker
Local time: 19:46
Enzephalomalazie als Spätfolge
Explanation:
Encefalomalácia ist ganz klar Enzephalomalazie, sequelar steht für eine Folgeerscheinung/Chronifizierung von Beschwerden, die vorher vorlagen. Mehr Kontext erforderlich.
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Enzephalomalazie als Spätfolge


Explanation:
Encefalomalácia ist ganz klar Enzephalomalazie, sequelar steht für eine Folgeerscheinung/Chronifizierung von Beschwerden, die vorher vorlagen. Mehr Kontext erforderlich.

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I think it means the opposite of "active", here they translate "sequelar" as "latent"...

MGF 2000, 506. Convulsões
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Encefalomalácia Encefalopatia hipertensiva. Síncope ... de doenças sistémicas crónicas e também com doenças cerebrovasculares (sequelares ou agudas). ...
csgois.web.interacesso.pt/.../textos/51/506_texto.html - Cached - Similar

http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:seWOipHxRaAJ:www.s...

sequelar seems = latent

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http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:DtFiWqU...

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