S y O [here]

English translation: SIMPLE Y ORTOSTÁTICO = Plain [X-ray] film & in the upright position

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Spanish term or phrase:S y O [here]
English translation:SIMPLE Y ORTOSTÁTICO = Plain [X-ray] film & in the upright position
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19:47 Sep 27, 2011
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Tissue loss in the foot/s
Spanish term or phrase: S y O [here]
Good evening

I may well kick myself when somebody comes up with the answer to this query, but I am unable to find the meaning of these two abbreviations.

This concerns a discharge summary about a 61-year old man who was admitted to hospital for right sided renal colic.

Here is the context:

Rx abdomen (S y O): abundantes heces en marco cólico [colon].

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liz askew
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:16
SIMPLE Y ORTOSTÁTICO = Plain [X-ray] film & in the upright position
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5 +2SIMPLE Y ORTOSTÁTICO = Plain [X-ray] film & in the upright position
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SIMPLE Y ORTOSTÁTICO = Plain [X-ray] film & in the upright position


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lorenab23
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