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(.)unoencefalo y debito (creo que es debito)

English translation: volume

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Spanish term or phrase:debito
English translation:volume
Entered by: Belen San Antonio
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14:10 Jan 24, 2003
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Spanish term or phrase: (.)unoencefalo y debito (creo que es debito)
Estas dos palabras estan en dos secciones separadas del informe. Han agujereado el documento para archivarlo en ciertos sitios y no puedo leer las palabras.
1/TAC cerebral: actualmente extenso y difuso edema cerebral; (.)umoencefalo. Creo que le faltan una o dos letras, que puede ser?
2/Salida de LCR de aspecto hemorragico q en los dias siguientes se va aclarando el aspecto y el debito(?) va disminuyendo[creo q es debito pero no estoy segura]. Me pueden decir que creen que son las palabras en este contexto y como se traducen. Gracias
Belen San Antonio
France
Local time: 22:13
débito = volume
Explanation:
the volume of cerbrospinal fluid drained by the intraventricular drainage decreased (while at the same time the fluid became less blood tinged).
But I'm nowhere with the
"(.)unoencefalo"; is it (.)unoencefalo or (.)umoencefalo ?

Greetings,

Nikolaus
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4débito = volume
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débito = volume


Explanation:
the volume of cerbrospinal fluid drained by the intraventricular drainage decreased (while at the same time the fluid became less blood tinged).
But I'm nowhere with the
"(.)unoencefalo"; is it (.)unoencefalo or (.)umoencefalo ?

Greetings,

Nikolaus

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Local time: 22:13
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