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negrubii miatonicheskii sindrom

English translation: mild myotonic syndrome

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Russian term or phrase:negrubii miotonicheskii sindrom
English translation:mild myotonic syndrome
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13:31 Oct 19, 2000
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Russian term or phrase: negrubii miatonicheskii sindrom
From a child's health history.
I also need help with abbreviations:
ВУИ
ПЭП
Thank you.
Kate Humphrey
Local time: 05:07
mild myotonic syndrome
Explanation:
Mind your spelling, dear players
Selected response from:

vip
Grading comment
Thank you. I found it in my dictionary too but it was not a medical dictionary (Encyclopedic dictionary though) and I wanted to make sure that this would be the right term.
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Summary of answers provided
namild myotonic syndromevip
naMild myotonic syndrome
Neli Stoyanova, MD
na1.ВУИ - Congenital persistent ischiatitis; or 2. Congenital mental deficiency
Guzel Nabatova-Barrett
nanegrubii miatonicheskii sindromElliott Urdang
naPsychomotor epilepsy
Guzel Nabatova-Barrett
naMild miotonic syndrome.
Neli Stoyanova, MD


  

Answers


20 mins
Mild miotonic syndrome.


Explanation:
The child has mildly (or not strongly) expressed syndrome, involving the muscles. The muscle tone is decreased. Sorry, I am not able to help with the abreviations.
Nelly

Neli Stoyanova, MD
United States
Local time: 05:07
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian
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2 hrs
Psychomotor epilepsy


Explanation:
Психомоторный эпилептический припадок (ПЭП)

Although we could try some playful guess work here, like:
1.Посттравматическая энцефалопатия
2. Психоэмоциональное поведение
3. Психоэмоциональный прогноз
4. Поза эмпостотонусного приступа
5. Плексия эпидурального пространства
6. Пневмоэнцефалопатия... and what not, but I am pretty sure that the Russian abbreviation stands for psychomotor epilepsy (the English term does not have the word "fit", but the Russian abbreviation actually means both the state and the fit.


    English Russian Dictionary of Psychology, Nikoshkova E.V. 1998
Guzel Nabatova-Barrett
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3 hrs
negrubii miatonicheskii sindrom


Explanation:
I suspect, but am not certain, that this may be Oppenheim's syndrome, or amyotonia congenita, described as "atonic pseudoparalysis of congenital origin...observed especially in infants and children... characterized by absence of muscular tone only in muscles innervated by spinal nerves."


    Stedman's Medical Dictionary
    Ehntsiklopedicheskiy slovar' meditsinskikh terminov
Elliott Urdang
Local time: 05:07
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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3 hrs
1.ВУИ - Congenital persistent ischiatitis; or 2. Congenital mental deficiency


Explanation:
1. ВУИ - врождённый упорный ишиас или
2. ВУИ - врождённая не поддающаяся лечению идиотия
а может быть что-нибудь не врождённое, а вегетативное и не упорное, а наоборот умеренное, например
3. вегетативная умеренная ишемия
Совсем не уверена, просто знаю, что иногда даже неверные подсказки подталкивают переводчика (при наличии контекста, хотя какой уж там контекст в истории болезни!? Просто перечисления) к правильному варианту. Ненавижу сокращения! Желаю удачи от души :-)


    Sorry, could not find anything anywhere : -(
Guzel Nabatova-Barrett
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9 hrs
mild myotonic syndrome


Explanation:
Mind your spelling, dear players

vip
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Grading comment
Thank you. I found it in my dictionary too but it was not a medical dictionary (Encyclopedic dictionary though) and I wanted to make sure that this would be the right term.
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1 day 23 hrs
Mild myotonic syndrome


Explanation:
Dear Kateh, please read miatonicheskii as myotonic. I apologize for the error in my first translaton.
Buxpa

Neli Stoyanova, MD
United States
Local time: 05:07
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian
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