Nacimiento

English translation: branching (off) point/origin

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Spanish term or phrase:Nacimiento
English translation:branching (off) point/origin
Entered by: De9

13:11 Jul 19, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Cardiology / Diagnostic Imaging Report (Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterisation)
Spanish term or phrase: Nacimiento
Hola! This appears in the ‘Findings’ Section of a Diagnostic Imaging Report (Diagnostic Cardiac Catheterisation):


Circunfleja (CX): Dominante, de gran calibre y extension, en su segment medio tras Nacimiento de 2a Obtusa Marginal (OM) presenta estenosis significativa focal (75%) en segemento extasico, resto sin lesiones significativos.
De9
United Kingdom
Local time: 01:31
branching (off) point/origin
Explanation:
We're talking about the circumflex artery (arteria circunfleja, CX) and its confluence with the left/obtuse marginal artery. Text says:
Circumflex artery (CX): Dominant, of great diameter and extension. In (its) middle segment [referring to circumflex artery's middle], behind the branching off point/origin of the second left/obtuse marginal artery [obtusa marginal is left one, aguda is right], it presents...

Style depends on whether you are using passive writing, etc, but this is the meaning. In this report there's more than one OM artery branching from the CX.

Hope this helps!

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Note added at 17 hrs (2018-07-20 06:37:26 GMT)
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You can also say "posterior to" instead of "behind"
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S. Kathryn Jiménez Boyd
Spain
Local time: 02:31
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Thanks very much for your help!
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branching (off) point/origin


Explanation:
We're talking about the circumflex artery (arteria circunfleja, CX) and its confluence with the left/obtuse marginal artery. Text says:
Circumflex artery (CX): Dominant, of great diameter and extension. In (its) middle segment [referring to circumflex artery's middle], behind the branching off point/origin of the second left/obtuse marginal artery [obtusa marginal is left one, aguda is right], it presents...

Style depends on whether you are using passive writing, etc, but this is the meaning. In this report there's more than one OM artery branching from the CX.

Hope this helps!

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Note added at 17 hrs (2018-07-20 06:37:26 GMT)
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You can also say "posterior to" instead of "behind"


    Reference: http://https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4919754/
S. Kathryn Jiménez Boyd
Spain
Local time: 02:31
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks very much for your help!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Mónica Hanlan
2 hrs
  -> thanks Mónica

agree  TomWalker: Agree. Apparently, there are usually 2, but sometimes 3, OMs to the left circumflex artery.
6 hrs
  -> Thanks, Tom. Yes, you are right.
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