compartimento subcuadro hasta cara externa

English translation: [from the] bursa under [the] Quadriceps femoris to the external side

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Spanish term or phrase:compartimento subcuadro hasta cara externa
English translation:[from the] bursa under [the] Quadriceps femoris to the external side
Entered by: David Brown

11:03 Jan 31, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical / Medical examination
Spanish term or phrase: compartimento subcuadro hasta cara externa
MMIT: rodilla izquierda dolorosa y caliente, con rubor e hinchazon desde el compartimento subcuadro hasta cara externa.

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David Brown
Spain
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[from the] bursa under [the] Quadriceps femoris to the external side
Explanation:
Hi David

Here the word "subcuadro" is likely a misspelling for "subcuadricipital". It refers to a compartment (actually a bursae) located beneath the tendinous part of the Quadriceps. You can see a figure in the 2nd. link.

This would be one of those rare cases in which the Spanish rendition is more concise than its English counterpart...

Good luck David
Elena


ANATOMIA DE LA RODILLA
... Arteria tibial anterior Biceps femoral Biceps femoral posterior **Bolsa subcuadricipital** Cartílago rotuliano Condilo externo del fémur Cóndilo interno del ...

www.iqb.es/CBasicas/Anatomia/rodilla/rodilla50.htm


"ARTOGRAFIA DE DOBLE CONTRASTE DE LA RODILLA"
... Igualmente permite conocer las cavidades anexas a dicha articulación: el **fondo de saco subcuadricipital** y el receso poplíteo. ...

www.svcot.org.ve/revista_svcot/rev12_05.html - 46k


Bursæ.—The bursæ near the knee-joint are the following: In front there are four bursæ: a large one is interposed between the patella and the skin, a small one between the upper part of the tibia and the ligamentum patellæ, a third between the lower part of the tuberosity of the tibia and the skin, and **a fourth between the anterior surface of the lower part of the femur and the deep surface of the Quadriceps femoris**, usually communicating with the knee-joint.
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Elena Sgarbo (X)
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I couldn't get a more precise answer.
(I remember my uncle ( he was plumber, having bursitis of the knee from bending piping.))
Thank you
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[from the] bursa under [the] Quadriceps femoris to the external side


Explanation:
Hi David

Here the word "subcuadro" is likely a misspelling for "subcuadricipital". It refers to a compartment (actually a bursae) located beneath the tendinous part of the Quadriceps. You can see a figure in the 2nd. link.

This would be one of those rare cases in which the Spanish rendition is more concise than its English counterpart...

Good luck David
Elena


ANATOMIA DE LA RODILLA
... Arteria tibial anterior Biceps femoral Biceps femoral posterior **Bolsa subcuadricipital** Cartílago rotuliano Condilo externo del fémur Cóndilo interno del ...

www.iqb.es/CBasicas/Anatomia/rodilla/rodilla50.htm


"ARTOGRAFIA DE DOBLE CONTRASTE DE LA RODILLA"
... Igualmente permite conocer las cavidades anexas a dicha articulación: el **fondo de saco subcuadricipital** y el receso poplíteo. ...

www.svcot.org.ve/revista_svcot/rev12_05.html - 46k


Bursæ.—The bursæ near the knee-joint are the following: In front there are four bursæ: a large one is interposed between the patella and the skin, a small one between the upper part of the tibia and the ligamentum patellæ, a third between the lower part of the tuberosity of the tibia and the skin, and **a fourth between the anterior surface of the lower part of the femur and the deep surface of the Quadriceps femoris**, usually communicating with the knee-joint.


    Reference: http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/reference/gray/93.html#17
    Reference: http://yahooligans.yahoo.com/reference/gray/fig/350.html
Elena Sgarbo (X)
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PRO pts in pair: 3539
Grading comment
I couldn't get a more precise answer.
(I remember my uncle ( he was plumber, having bursitis of the knee from bending piping.))
Thank you
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