(plagă) afrontată

English translation: (wound edges are) well approximated

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Romanian term or phrase:(plagă) afrontată
English translation:(wound edges are) well approximated
Entered by: Klára Kalamár

13:45 Nov 27, 2015
Romanian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Surgery
Romanian term or phrase: (plagă) afrontată
Din descrierea stării unui pacient după o intervenție chirurgicală la coloană:

... stare generală bună, cu plaga chirurgicală curată, afrontată, fără semne celsiene.

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micawber_7
United States
Local time: 11:33
(wound edges are) well approximated
Explanation:
afronta - (Med.) A apropia prin operație buzele unei plăgi pentru o bună cicatrizare.
https://dexonline.ro/definitie/afrontat
approximate - to draw two tissue surfaces close together as in the repair of a wound
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/approximated
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Local time: 21:33
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4 +3(wound edges are) well approximated
Klára Kalamár
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APPOSED/APPOSITION
ION CAPATINA

  

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(wound edges are) well approximated


Explanation:
afronta - (Med.) A apropia prin operație buzele unei plăgi pentru o bună cicatrizare.
https://dexonline.ro/definitie/afrontat
approximate - to draw two tissue surfaces close together as in the repair of a wound
http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/approximated


Example sentence(s):
  • A healthy, healing wound should be well-approximated, meaning that the edges meet neatly and are held closely together by sutures, staples or another method of closure.

    Reference: http://surgery.about.com/od/aftersurgery/ss/DehiscenceEvisc....
Klára Kalamár
Romania
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agree  RODICA CIOBANU
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Reference comments


2 days 10 hrs
Reference: APPOSED/APPOSITION

Reference information:
We might consider the apposition of the would edges or the term
"apposed".
http://www.fromisem.ro/publicatii/DILF_I.pdf
AFRONTARE s.f. (Med.) Apropiere a marginilor unei plăgi pentru o bună cicatrizare a acesteia. [Var.: afruntare s.f.] - Cf. a f r o n t a .
https://www.podiatryinstitute.com/pdfs/Update_1987/1987_10.p...
“Precise approximation of skin margins without excessive tension ensures primary healing with minimal scarring. The skin edges may be apposed in three fashions: everted, even/ or inverted.”
https://books.google.com/books?id=BFFYAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA35&lpg=P...
“s’affronter par leur bords, literally appose their edges”
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/appose
“It was in a deposition of a doctor who was answering a question as to why it was important to make sure that both ends of a suture were brought up tight before tying together. When asked "Why is that important?", he replied, "Well, primarily, just to try to appose the two ends to tie together."


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*wound

ION CAPATINA
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