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|Spanish to English translations [PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: queratolíticos, queralinína, corticoides, microfen|
|connected with psioriasis|
keratolytic; keratin; corticoids; mycophenolate; mofetil; calcipotriol;
I am reproducing all the terms from the e-mail message I got about your request, as they don't all appear to have carried over to the web screen:
queratolíticos, queralinína, corticoides, microfenolato, mofetilo, calcipotrión
keratolytic = a substance capable of dissolving keratine (fm LGDT);
I can't locate "queralinina" in Spanish. Could this be a typo for "quera*t*i*na", that is, keratin?
corticoides = corticoids
microfenolato: this must be a typo. There are lots of product listings for micofenolato mofetilo and mycophenolate mofetil. Only one website found with *microfenolato* (on Northern Lights); found 19 for fenolato, including the following, a medical dictionary in Portuguese: http://www.rossetti.eti.br/dic.html and this Hotbot page, listing loads and loads of sites for mycophenolate/micofenolato mofetil(o):
mofetilo = mofetil (This is a Roche product, not produced in the US, but listed on their Spain and Canada sites, in Spanish and English, respectively). Here are the Websites, in case you have need of tracking down further terms:
calcipotrion--could this be *calcipotrio*l*? I can't find anything on the Web for calcipotrio*n*, but lots of entries for *calcipotriene* and *calcipotriol*. Here is the Hotbot page listing all the *calcipotriol* sites, which seem to be sites dedicated to dermatology:
Alta Vista; Northern Lights; Inference Find; Hotbot
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| Yolanda Broad|
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