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Revascularización de arterias coronarias.

English translation: Revascularization of coronary arteries

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Spanish term or phrase:Revascularización de arterias coronarias.
English translation:Revascularization of coronary arteries
Entered by: xxxElena Sgarbo
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09:10 Apr 14, 2000
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Spanish term or phrase: Revascularización de arterias coronarias.
The context is about medical sutures and a special kind of suture is indicated for this surgical process. The term "revascularización" is the one I'm having problems with. Thanks a lot.
Raul
Revascularization of coronary arteries
Explanation:
In medical jargon we also use the term "CABG"; it stands for Coronary Artery Bypass Graft. Because your text is describing sutures, it sounds like it refers to the surgical kind of coronary revascularization -i.e., CABG- rather than to percutaneous revascularization such as angioplasty. Hope it helps. Elena
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naRevascularization of coronary arteriesxxxElena Sgarbo
narevascularization of coronary arteries
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revascularization of coronary arteries


Explanation:
From Termium: English:Vascular Surgery

revascularization s


CONT - In fact, successful nonsurgical revascularization with percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty is now possible in many patients - English:Vascular Networks

coronary artery s CORRECT



DEF - Either of two arteries arising in the aortic sinuses that supply the heart tissue with blood. s
CONT - Oxygen is carried to the heart by the blood through the coronary arteries. s
CONT - Coronary occlusion. Occlusion of coronary artery or its branches.


    Reference: http://www.termium.com
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Revascularization of coronary arteries


Explanation:
In medical jargon we also use the term "CABG"; it stands for Coronary Artery Bypass Graft. Because your text is describing sutures, it sounds like it refers to the surgical kind of coronary revascularization -i.e., CABG- rather than to percutaneous revascularization such as angioplasty. Hope it helps. Elena

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