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17:10 Sep 14, 2001
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO] Medical
Spanish term or phrase:abbreviations typical of hospital docs??\'
PROT.RT (may be related to radiotherapy)
NCR (specialism, specialist doctor of some kind)
NASS (number, perhaps No. de Afiliiación a la Seguridad Social????)
They are porobably not that important, but if I can I like to tie up teh loose ends.
Note that teh hospitals in Q are in Catalunya, Spain.
Explanation: NASS is indeed número de afiliación a la Seguridad Social.
NHC means "número de historia clínica".
They are both standard acronyms for these terms.
Sorry, I cannot imagine what the rest of the acronums stand for.
Leliadoura Local time: 02:31 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 499