released from an upstream lesion

Portuguese translation: liberado de uma lesão a montante

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English term or phrase:released from an upstream lesion
Portuguese translation:liberado de uma lesão a montante
Entered by: Lilian Magalhães

23:40 Feb 21, 2007
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Tech/Engineering - Medical (general) / embolia
English term or phrase: released from an upstream lesion
sobre SVG - embolic protections
Lilian Magalhães
Brazil
Local time: 21:41
liberado de uma lesão a montante
Explanation:
upstream = a montante, de um ponto anterior, no sentido do fluxo sanguíneo, suponho, pois fala-se de proteção contra embolia.
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liberado de uma lesão a montante


Explanation:
upstream = a montante, de um ponto anterior, no sentido do fluxo sanguíneo, suponho, pois fala-se de proteção contra embolia.

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