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English translation: not present

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10:18 Aug 30, 2001
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Medical
Spanish term or phrase: se halla abolida (medical)
Es bien conocida la importancia metabólica de la secreción aguda de insulina en el metabolismo de la glucosa dado que SU** deterioro se traduce en un retraso en la inhibición de la producción hepática de insulina (37,38), SE HALLA ABOLIDA en la DM tipo 2 (39), y junto a la presencia de RI predispone al desarrollo de IGT (40).

The importance of acute insulin secretion in glucose metabolism is widely acknowledged, given that a deterioration is translated into a delayed inhibition of hepatic insulin production (37,38), that it is ABOLIDA/ABSENT? in Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 (39), and that its occurrence along with Insulin Resistance indicates a predisposition to the development of Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT)

I really don't know how to translate SE HALL ABOLIDA, and ABOLISHED just won't do. What is the sense?

Also the SU marked with an asterisk - can anyone confirm if this refers to acute insulin secretion?
xxxLia Fail
Spain
Local time: 08:53
English translation:not present
Explanation:
acute insulin secretion is not present in Diabetes Mellitus 2,
the SU** its referring to the deterioration of the acute insulin secretion, so "given that its deterioration...."
Own experience as licensed DDS in Mexico
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Yazmin Osoyo
Mexico
Local time: 01:53
Grading comment
Ta for the confirmations!
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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nanot present
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not present


Explanation:
acute insulin secretion is not present in Diabetes Mellitus 2,
the SU** its referring to the deterioration of the acute insulin secretion, so "given that its deterioration...."
Own experience as licensed DDS in Mexico

Yazmin Osoyo
Mexico
Local time: 01:53
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 77
Grading comment
Ta for the confirmations!
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