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Operationsnarbe {f} [med] Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Operationsnarbe {f} [med.]
Operationsnarben {pl}
operation scar; postoperative scar
operation scars; postoperative scars
Operationsnarbe {f} [med.]
Operationsnarben {pl}
postoperative scar
postoperative scars
Operationsnarbe {f} [med.]
Operationsnarben {pl}
postoperative scar
postoperative scars
Operationsnarbe {f} [med.]
Operationsnarben {pl}
operation scar; postoperative scar
operation scars; postoperative scars
Bariatrie {m} (med. Spezialgebiet für Übergewicht) [med.]
bariatrics (branch of medicine concerned with obesity)
entzündlich {adj} [med.]
entzündlicher Prozess {m} [med.]
inflammatory; phlogistic
inflammatory process
Knochenmarkuntersuchung {f} med
Knochenmarkuntersuchungen {pl} med
bone marrow examination
bone marrow examinations
voll entfaltet; völlig ausgebildet; völlig ausgearbeitet {adj}
volles Aids-Krankheitsbild [med.]
ohne dass Aids voll ausbricht [med.]
Bei ihm ist AIDS voll ausgebrochen. [med.]
Bei dem Mädchen hat sich eine Vollform des Diabetes entwickelt.
full-blown
full-blown Aids
without getting full-blown Aids
He has got full-blown AIDS.
The girl has developed full-blown diabetes.
Quetschung {f} (gequetschte Stelle) [med.]
Quetschungen {pl}
Quetschung des Nervus phrenicus [med.]
bruise; contusion
bruises; contusions
phrenic emphraxis; phrenemphraxis phrenicotripsy; phreniclasis
Feuermal {n}; Portweinfleck {m} [med.] [med.]
port-wine stain; naevus flammeus
Gerinnselretraktion {f} [med.]
Gerinnselretraktionszeit {f} [med.]
clot retraction
clot retraction time
Rückgratverkrümmung {f} nach hinten; Rundrücken {m}; Buckel {m} [ugs.] [med.]
jugendlicher Rundrücken [med.]
round back; hunchback; humpback; kyphosis
juvenile kyphosis; Scheuermann's disease
Ansprechverhalten {n} [auto] [techn.]; Ansprechbarkeit {f} [med.]; Ansprechen {n}
verminderte emotionale Ansprechbarkeit [med.]
das Ansprechen eines Instruments [mus.]
response characteristic; responsitivity; responsiveness
reduced emotional responsivity responsiveness
the responsiveness of an instrument
Seitenlage {f} [med.]
Seitenlagen {pl}
stabile Seitenlage {f} [med.]
lateral postion
lateral postions
recovery position lateral recumbent
Leberflecken {pl}; Linsenflecken {pl} (der Haut) [med.]
Altersflecken {pl}; Alterspigmentierungen {pl} [med.]
lentigo
senile lentigo
Fallbuch {n} [med.] [med.]
casebook
Lungenkrankheit {f} [med.]
chronische Lungenkrankheit
eine Lungenkrankheit der Bergarbeiter [med.]
lung disease, pulmonary disease
chronic lung disease: chronic pulmonary disease
pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
Farbenblindheit {f}; Chromatodysopsie {f} [med.]
absolute Farbenblindheit {f}; völlige Farbenblindheit {f}; Achromatopsie {f} (Visus decoloratus) [med.]
amnestische Farbenblindheit; Farbenerkennungsstörung; Farbenagnosie
halbseitige Farbenblindheit; Hemichromatopsie; Hemiachromatopsie
partielle Farbenblindheit; Zweifarbensichtigkeit; Dichromatopsie; Dichromasie
zentrale Farbenblindheit; Farbenbezeichnungsstörung; Farbennamenaphasie
colour blindness; chromatodysopia; chromatelopsia; chromatopseudopsis; daltonism
total colour blindness; achromatopsia
amnesic colour blindness; colour name aphasia; colour agnosia
hemichromatopsia; hemiachromatopsia
partial colour blindness; colour amblyopia; dyschromatopsia; dichromasia; dichromatopsia; dichromatism
central colour blindness; colour aphasia
iVirus {n}; Virus {m} [ugs.] [med.]
Viren {pl}
DNS-Viren
humanpathogene Viren
humane Papillomviren Papillomaviren HPV
Respiratorisches-Synzytial-Virus; RS-Virus [med.]
virus
viruses
DNA viruses
human pathogenic viruses
human papillomaviruses HPV
respiratory syncitial virus
Vergrößerung {f}; Ausdehnung {f}; Erweiterung {f} (um etw.)
Vergrößerungen {pl}; Ausdehnungen {pl}; Erweiterungen {pl}
die Vergrößerung der Leber [med.]
die Erweiterung des Herzens [med.]
die Schwellung der Lymphknoten [med.]
die Vergrößerung des Hotels
die Erweiterung der EU um zwei neue Mitglieder
enlargement (by sth.)
enlargements
the enlargement of the liver
the enlargement of the heart
the enlargement of the lymph nodes.
the enlargement of the hotel
the enlargement of the EU by two new members
Hilfsmittel {n}; Hilfe {f}; Behelf {m} [Ös.]
Hilfsmittel {pl}; Hilfen {pl}; Behelfe {pl}
Gehhilfe {f}; Gehbehelf {m} [Ös.] [med.]
Behindertenhilfsmittel {n}
Hörhilfe {f}
Suchhilfe {f} [comp.]
Unterrichtsmittel {n}; Unterrichtshilfe {f}; Lehrmittel {n}; Lehrbehelf {m} [Ös.] [school]
Lernhilfe {f}; Lernbehelf {m} [Ös.] [school]
medizinisches Hilfsmittel; Heilbehelf [Ös.] [med.]
Navigationshilfe {f} [aviat.] [naut.]
Sehhilfe {f}; Sehbehelf {m} [Ös.] [med.]
visuelles Hilfsmittel; Anschauungsmaterial {n} [school]
Zielflughilfsmittel {n} [aviat.]
Ein Synonymenwörterbuch ist beim Schreiben ein nützliches Hilfsmittel.
aid
aids
walking aid; walker
disability aid; disabled aid
aid to hearing
search aid
teaching aid
learning aid; instructional aid
medical aid
navigational aid
low-vision aid
visual aid
homing aid
A synonym dictionary is a useful aid to writing.
Stethoskop {n}; Hörrohr {n} [med.] [med.]
Stethoskope {pl}; Hörrohre {pl}
binaurales Stethoskop
stethoscope
stethoscopes
binaural stethoscope
organisch {adv}
organisch bedingt {adj} [med.]
Die Störung ist organisch bedingt. [med.]
organically; organicly
organically caused
The disorder is organic in nature.
auf etw. ansprechen; auf etw. reagieren; für etw. empfänglich sein {adj}
auf die Therapie nicht ansprechen [med.]
ansprechbar sein {vi} (Patient) [med.]
ein Automodell mit einer gut hervorragend ansprechenden Lenkung
to be responsive to sth.
not to be responsive to the therapy; to be resistant to the therapy
to be responsive (patient)
a car model with responsive highly responsive steering
Gelbbraunfärbung {f} [med.]
xanthochromia
Gelbknoten {m} [med.]
xanthoma
Gelenkempyem {n} [med.]
intraarticular empyema
Gelbkörpermangelzustand {m} [med.]
corpus luteum deficiency; luteal corpus deficiency
Gelenkeiterung {f} [med.]
pyarthrosis
Gelbkörperhämatom {n} [med.]
corpus luteum haematoma
Gelbkörperinsuffizienz {f} [med.]
corpus luteum insufficiency; luteal corpus insufficiency
Gelegenheitsappendektomie {f} [med.]
occasional appendectomy; incidental appendectomy
Geldiffusionstechnik {f} [med.]
gel diffusion technique
Geldrollenbildung {f} [med.]
rouleaux formation; nummulation; sludging of the blood; blood sludge
Gelbgießerkrankheit {f} [med.]
brass-founder's fever (disease)
Gefühlsverminderung {f} [med.]
paranaesthesia
Gefäßchirurgie {f} [med.]
vascular surgery
Gefühlsverlust {m} [med.]
loss of sensation
Gefühlsverkehrung {f} [med.]
parathymia
Gefühlslähmung {f} [med.]
sensory paralysis; paranaesthesia
Gefrierschnittdiagnose {f} [med.]
frozen section diagnosis
Gefrierfrischplasma {n} [med.]
fresh frozen plasma
Gefäßverengung {f} [med.]
vascular constriction; vaso-constriction
Gefäßnaht {f} [med.]
vascular suture
Gehirnerweichung {f} [med.]
softening of the brain; dementia paralytica
Gehörgangsentzündung {f} [med.]
external otitis
Gehörgangsexostose {f} [med.]
surfer's ear; canal exostosis
Gelbfluss {m} [med.]
yellow discharge; xanthorrhoea
Gelbfieberimpfung {f} [med.]
yellow fever vaccination
Gelbfieberimpfstoff {m} [med.]
yellow fever vaccine
Gelbfieberepidemie {f} [med.]
yellow fever epidemic
Gelbfieber {n} [med.]
yellow fever (jack); amarillic yphus
Gelbfettkrankheit {f} [med.]
yellow fat disease; ceroid lipofuscinosis; neurolipidosis
Gelbblindheit {f} [med.]
yellow blindness; axanthopsia
Gehörknöchelchenentfernung {f} [med.]
ossiculectomy
Gehörhalluzination {f} [med.]
auditory hallucination; acoasm(a); acousma
Gefäßleiden {n} [med.]
vascular complaint
Gelenkrheumatismus {m} [med.]
rheumatic fever; articular rheumatism
Gesichtsrose {f} [med.]
facial erysipelas
Gesichtsplastik {f} [med.]
plastic surgery on the face
Gesichtsneuralgie {f} [med.]
facial neuralgia
Gesichtskonturwiederherstellung {f} [med.]
facial contour restoration
Gesichtsatrophie {f} [med.]
facial atrophy
Geschmacksunterempfindlichkeit {f} [med.]
hypogeusia
Geschmacksüberempfindlichkeit {f} [med.]
hypergeusia
Geschmackstäuschung {f} [med.]
allotriogeusia
Gesichtsspalte {f} [med.]
facial cleft
Gewebeprobe {f} [med.]
tissue specimen
Gewebsverschorfung {f} [med.]
fulguration
Gurkenbandwurminfestation {f} [med.]
dipylidiasis
Grundumsatz {m} [med.]
basal metabolic rate
Grippevirus {m} [med.]
flu virus
Grenzstrangresektion {f} [med.]
sympathicectomy; sympathectomy
Grenzfallläsion {f} [med.]
border line lesion
Granulom {n} [med.]
granuloma
Glioblastom {n} [med.]
glioblastoma multiforme GBM
Gichtarthritis {f} [med.]
gouty arthritis
Geruchsekel {m} [med.]
dissmell
Gerstenkorn {n} [med.]
sty; stye
Germinom {n} [med.]
germ cell tumour; germinoma
Gerinnselausschwemmung {f} [med.]
embolaemia
Gerichtspsychiatrie {f} [med.]
forensic psychiatry
Geomedizin {f} [med.]
medical geography
Genitaltuberkulose {f} [med.]
genital tuberculosis
Genitalprolaps {m} [med.]
pelvic organ prolapse
Gelenktuberkulose {f} [med.]
tuberculous arthritis; tuberculosis of joints and bones
Gewebeverschiebung {f} [med.]
shifting of tissue
Gelenkfraktur {f} [med.]
intraarticular fracture
Gerinnselbeobachtung {f} [med.]
clot observation test
Gerinnselbildung {f} [med.]
clot formation; coagulum production; thrombosis
Gerinnungsdefekt {m} [med.]
coagulation defect; defective coagulation
Gerinnungsvitamin {n} [med.]
coagulation vitamin
Gerinnungsverlängerung {f} [med.]
coagulation delay
Gerinnungsuntersuchung {f} [med.]
clotting study; coagulation study
Gerinnungssystem {n} [med.]
coagulation system
Gerinnungsnekrose {f} [med.]
coagulation necrosis
Gerinnungsmechanismus {m} [med.]
coagulation mechanism
Gerinnungskrankheit {f} [med.]
coagulopathy
Gerinnungshäutchen {n} [med.]
buffy coat
Gelenkendoprothese {f} [med.]
joint arthroplasty
Gefäßzusammenziehung {f} [med.]
vascoconstriction
Fallpauschale {f} [med.]
flat rate payment
Epicondylitis {f} [med.]
epicondylitis
Entschlackung {f} [med.]
purification
Endotrachealtubus {m} [med.]
endotracheal tube ET ETT
Endometriumkarzinom {n} [med.]
endometrial cancer
Endometriose {f} [med.]
endometriosis
Endokrinopathie {f} [med.]
endocrine disorder
Emphysem {n} [med.]
emphysema
Elektrokardiographie {f} [med.]
electrocardiography
Erkältungsvirus {n} [med.]
cold virus
Ernährung {f} [med.]
alimentation
Ernährungsmedizin {f} [med.]
nutritional medicine
Fallbesprechung {f} [med.]
case conference
Fäulnis {f} [med.]
sepsis; septicity
Exfoliation {f} [med.]
exfoliation
Evakuation {f} [med.]
evacuation
Ethikkommission {f} [med.]
ethics committee
Esssucht {f} [med.]
food addiction
Ernährungsumstellung {f} [med.]
dietary changes {pl}
Ernährungsstand {m} [med.]
nutrition level
Ektomie {f} [med.]
ectomy; resection
Eklampsie {f} [med.]
eclampsia
Duodenalverschluss {m} [med.]
duodenorrhaphy
Duodenalsonde {f} [med.]
duodenal tube
Duodenalatresie {f} [med.]
duodenal atresia
Drainageöffnung {f} [med.]
drainage issue
Divertikulose {f} [med.]
diverticulosis
Divertikelkrankheit {f} [med.]
diverticular disease
Divertikelhernie {f} [med.]
diverticular hernia
Divertikelbildung {f} [med.]
diverticularization [eAm.]; diverticularisation [Br.]
Durchfallneigung {f} [med.]
looseness
Durchimpfungsrate {f} [med.]
vaccination coverage; vaccination rate; immunization immunisation coverage rate
Dyskrasie {f} [med.]
dyscrasia
Ejektionsfraktion {f} [med.]
ejection fraction
Eiterherd {m} [med.]
suppurative focus
Eiterabsonderung {f} [med.]
issue of pus
Eisenmangelanämie {f} [med.]
iron-deficiency anemia
Einschwemmkatheter {m} [med.]
flow-directed catheter
Eigenblut {n} [med.]
autoblood
Ebolavirus {m n} [med.]
Ebola virus
Dystrophie {f} [med.]
dystrophy
Diurese {f} [med.]
Diurese
Famulatur {f} [med.]
clinical traineeship; medical clerkship
Gefäßzerfall {m} [med.]
angiolysis
Gähnkrampf {m} [med.]
yawning fit; convulsive yawning; oscitancy; oscitation; oscedo
Fußsohlenfaszienentzündung {f} [med.]
plantar fascitis
Fußpilz {m} [med.]
athlete's foot; dermatophyte
Fußbrand {m} [med.]
trench foot
Früherkennung {f} [med.]
early diagnosis; early recognition
Frauenleiden {n} [med.]
women's complaint; women's physical complaint
Frambösieerreger {m} [med.]
Treponema pertenue
Fontanellenpunktion {f} [med.]
fontanelle puncture
Gallengangsentzündung {f} [med.]
angiocholitis
Gallengangsverschluss {m} [med.]
biliary obstruction; obstructive icterus
Gallenkrankheit {f} [med.]
biliousness
Gefäßwiederherstellung {f} [med.]
angioplasty
Gedächtnisschwäche {f} [med.]
weakness of memory; dysmnesia; mnemasthenia
Geburtsvorbereitung {f} [med.]
ante-natal preparation
Geburtstrauma {n} [med.]
birth trauma
Geburtsmechanismus {m} [med.]
mechanism of labor
Geburtseinleitung {f} [med.]
induced labor
Gebärmutterhalskrebs {m} [med.]
cervical cancer
Gallenleiden {n} [med.]
bilious complaint
Folgekrankheit {f} [med.]
sequelae
Fluorprophylaxe {f} [med.]
fluoride prophylaxis
Fehlregulation {f} [med.]
false regulation; dysregulation
Fehlgelenk {n} [med.]
supplementary articulation; pseudarthrosis; nearthrosis
Fehlgeburtsneigung {f} [med.]
recurrent abortion; habitual abortion
Fehlgebären {n} [med.]
abortiveness
Fazialisparese {f} [med.]
facial nerve paresis
Faszienentzündung {f} [med.]
fasciitis
Farbfehlsichtigkeit {f} [med.]
colour-blindness [Br.]; color-blindness [Am.]
Famulus {m} [med.]
medical student doing clinical training; intern [Am.]
Fehlsichtigkeit {f} [med.]
defective vision sight; refractive error; ametropia
Fehlsinnmutation {f} [med.]
missense mutation
Fehlverdauung {f} [med.]
maldigestion; disordered digestion; imperfect digestion
Fleischwunde {f} [med.]
laceration
Fleckfieber {n} [med.]
epidemic typhus
Filmtablette {f} [med.]
film-coated tablet
Fibrom {n} [med.]
fibroid
Fettzirrhose {f} [med.]
fatty cirrhosis
Fettgewebsentzündung {f} [med.]
adipositis
Fersensporn {m} [med.]
calcaneal spur
Feldfieber {n} [med.]
field fever
Gedeihstörung {f} [med.]
failure to thrive FTT
Kauakt {m} [med.]
act of chewing; chewing; mastication
Karieskontrolle {f} [med.]
caries control
Kariesindex {m} [med.]
caries index
Kariesfrequenz {f} [med.]
frequency of caries
Kariesbefall {m} [med.]
affection by caries
Kariesanfälligkeit {f} [med.]
caries disposition; caries susceptibility
Kardiologie {f} [med.]
cardiology
Kapselendoskopie {f} [med.]
capsule endoscopy
Kaltwasserkur {f} [med.]
cold water cure
Kariesprophylaxe {f} [med.]
caries prophylaxis
Kariesresistenz {f} [med.]
caries resistance
Kariesrezidiv {n} [med.]
recurring caries
Kau... [med.]
masticatory
Katzenschreisyndrom {n} [med.]
cat cry syndrome; Lejeune's syndrome
Katzenaugensyndrom {n} [med.]
cat's-eye syndrome
Katheterismus {m} [med.]
catheterization [eAm.]; catheterisation [Br.]
Katheterbiopsie {f} [med.]
catheter biopsy
Katastrophenmedizin {f} [med.]
disaster medicine
Katabolismusrate {f} [med.]
catabolic rate
Karpaltunnelsyndrom {n} [med.]
carpal tunnel syndrome
Kaltwasserheilkunde {f} [med.]
cold water therapy
Kaiserschnitt {m} [med.]
abdominal delivery
Jugendgynäkologie {f} [med.]
adolescent gynecology
Infektionsepidemiologie {f} [med.]
infectious disease epidemiology
Implantologie {f} [med.]
implantology
Impfstoffkultur {f} [med.]
inoculum
Impfrate {f} [med.]
immunization rate [eAm.]; immunisation rate [Br.]
Immunstimulation {f} [med.]
immune stimulation; immunostimulation
Immunstatus {m} [med.]
immune status; immunological state
Hyperventilation {f} [med.]
hyperventilation
Hypercalcämie {f} [med.]
calcaemia
Infibulation {f} [med.]
infibulation
Infusion {f} [med.]
infusion
Intentionstremor {m} [med.]
intention tremor
Jodtinktur {f} [med.]
mercurochrome; tincture of iodine
Jodometrie {f} [med.]
iodometry; iodimetry
Jodophilie {f} [med.]
iodophilia
Jodoformvergiftung {f} [med.]
iodoformism
Isolierspital {n} [med.]
isolation hospital
Iridozyklitis {f} [med.]
iridocyclitis
Iontophorese {f} [med.]
iontophoresis
Intimbereich {m} [med.]
intimate area
Hustenreiz {m} [med.]
tickle of the throat
Gynäkomastie {f} [med.]
gynecomastia
Klopfakupressur {f} [med.]
tapping acupressure
Klitorisvergrößerung {f} [med.]
clitoromegaly
Klitoriskrise {f} [med.]
clitoris crisis
Klitorisentzündung {f} [med.]
inflammation of the clitoris; clidoriditis; clitoritis
Klistierspritze {f} [med.]
enema
Klinikum {n} [med.]
clinical center
Klimatherapie {f} [med.]
climatotherapy
Kleinhirntumor {m} [med.]
cerebellar tumor
Kniegelenkschwellung {f} [med.]
knee joint swelling; gonyoncus
Knochenblutung {f} [med.]
haemorrhage from the bone; osteorrhagia
Knochendichte {f} [med.]
bone density
Knochenmarkleukämie {f} [med.]
myeloid leukaemia
Knochenmarkkrebs {m} [med.]
bone-marrow cancer
Knochenmarkkrankheit {f} [med.]
myelopathy
Knochenmarkerschöpfung {f} [med.]
bone-marrow depletion
Knochenmarkbiopsie {f} [med.]
bone marrow biopsy; trephine biopsy
Knochenmarkaspiration {f} [med.]
bone marrow aspiration
Knochengeschwulst {f} [med.]
osteoma
Knochenerweichung {f} [med.]
osteomalacia
Kleinhirnsyndrom {n} [med.]
cerebellar syndrome
Kleinhirninfarkt {m} [med.]
cerebellar infarction
Kleinhirnentzündung {f} [med.]
cerebellitis
Keratoconjunctivitis {f} [med.]
keratoconjunctivitis
Kehlkopfkrebs {m} [med.]
cancer of the throat; throat cancer
Kavernosometrie {f} [med.]
cavernosometry
Kavernosographie {f} [med.]
cavernosography
Kavernographie {f} [med.]
cavernography
Kauunfähigkeit {f} [med.]
inability to chew; amasesis
Kauterchirurgie {f} [med.]
cautery surgery
Kaumuskellähmung {f} [med.]
masticatory paralysis
Ketose {f} [med.]
ketosis
Kieferchirurgie {f} [med.]
oral surgery
Kieferhöhlenvereiterung {f} [med.]
sinus infection
Kleinhirnblutung {f} [med.]
cerebellar hemorrhage
Klaviertastenphänomen {n} [med.]
piano key phenomenon
Klappmesserphänomen {n} [med.]
clasp-knife phenomenon (spasticity)
Kinnplastik {f} [med.]
genioplasty
Kinderchirurgie {f} [med.]
paediatric surgery [Br.]; pediatric surgery [Am.]
Kindbettfieber {n} [med.]
childbed fever
Kieferorthopädie {f} [med.]
orthodontics
Kiefernekrose {f} [med.]
necrosis of the jaws
Kaukraft {f} [med.]
masticatory force
Herzneurose {f} [med.]
cardiac neurosis
Heilbehandlung {f} [med.]
remedial treatment
Hautpilz {m} [med.]
fungus parasitic on the skin; cutaneous fungus
Hautmilzbrand {m} [med.]
cutaneous anthrax
Hautkrebs {m} [med.]
skin cancer
Hautjucken {n} [med.]
itch
Glaubersalz {n} [med.]
Glauber's salt; glauber salt; mirabilite
Hautbiopsieprobe {f} [med.]
skin biopsy specimen
Hautbildung {f} [med.]
cutification; cutization; dermogenesis
Herzasthma {n} [med.]
cardiac asthma
Herzautomatismus {m} [med.]
cardiac self-regulation
Herzbeutelpunktion {f} [med.]
pericardial tapping
Herzkatheter {m} [med.]
cardiac catheter; intracardiac catheter
Herzfrequenz {f} [med.]
heart rate
Herzfehler {m} [med.]
cardiac defect
Herzdekompensation {f} [med.]
cardiac decompensation; congestive heart failure
Herzchirurgie {f} [med.]
heart surgery; cardiac surgery
Herzchirurg {m} [med.]
heart surgeon; cardiac surgeon
Herzblut {n} [med.]
heart's blood
Herzbeuteltamponade {f} [med.]
pericardial tamponade
Hausstauballergie {f} [med.]
house-dust allergy
Hausgeburt {f} [med.]
home birth
Hauptzellenhyperplasie {f} [med.]
chief-cell hyperplasia
Hammerinzision {f} [med.]
malleotomy
Haltbarkeit {f} [med.]
stability
Halsentzündung {f} [med.]
sore throat
Halsdissektion {f} [med.]
neck dissection
Haffkrankheit {f} [med.]
Haff disease
Hängebauch {m} [med.]
pendulous abdomen
Händigkeit {f} [med.]
handedness; chirality; laterality
Hämorrhoidenvorfall {m} [med.]
haemorrhoidal prolapse
Handwurzelverrenkung {f} [med.]
carpal dislocation
Harnblasenkrebs {m} [med.]
bladder cancer
Harnblut {n} [med.]
haematuria blood
Hasenpest {f} [med.]
rabbit fever; deer fly fever; Ohara's disease; tularaemia
Haschischvergiftung {f} [med.]
hashish poisoning; cannabism
Haschischsucht {f} [med.]
cannabism
Hartspann {m} [med.]
myogelosis; gelosis
Harthäutigkeit {f} [med.]
pachyderma; pachydermaia; sclerodermia
Haarleukoplakie {f} [med.]
hairy leukoplakia
Harnsediment {n} [med.]
urinary sediment
Harninkontinenz {f} [med.]
urinary incontinence
Häm {n} [med.]
heme; haem
Hustenreflex {m} [med.]
cough reflex
Hormonsystem {n} [med.]
hormonal system
Hormonspiegel {m} [med.]
hormone level
Hormonhaushalt {m} [med.]
hormone balance
Hormonentzugsblutung {f} [med.]
hormone-withdrawal bleeding
Homoioplastik {f} [med.]
homoplasty
Homöopathie {f} [med.]
homoeopathy [Br.]; homeopathy [Am.]
Hörverlust {m} [med.]
loss of the ability to hear; loss of hearing
Hörstein {m} [med.]
ear dust; otolith; statolith
Hornhaut {f} [med.]
horny skin
Hornhautdystrophie {f} [med.]
corneal dystrophy
Hornhauterosion {f} [med.]
corneal erosion
Hungerdystrophie {f} [med.]
starvation dystrophy
Hungerazidose {f} [med.]
starvation acidosis
Hüftgicht {f} [med.]
ischiagra
Hüftkopfprothese {f} [med.]
femoral head prosthesis
Hüftarthroplastik {f} [med.]
hip arthroplasty
Hospitalismus {m} [med.]
hospitalism
Hornschichtverdickung {f} [med.]
keratoma
Hornhautnaht {f} [med.]
corneal suture
Hörsteigerung {f} [med.]
hyperacousia; oxyakoia
Hörstatus {m} [med.]
hearing level
Hörschwund {m} [med.]
hearing loss; loss of hearing
Hirsutismus {m} [med.]
hirsutism
Hirntod {m} [med.]
brain death; death of the brain
Hirnforschung {f} [med.]
brain research
Hirndurchblutungsstörung {f} [med.]
cerebrovascular accident
Himbeerzunge {f} [med.]
strawberry tongue
Heuschnupfen {m} [med.]
hay fever; hayfever
Herztamponade {f} [med.]
cardiac tamponade
Herzschlagfrequenz {f} [med.]
heart rate
Histopathologie {f} [med.]
histopathology
Hitzekrampf {m} [med.]
heat cramps
Hodenbruch {n} [med.]
scrotal hernoa
Hörschwelle {f} [med.]
hearing threshold; auditory threshold
Hörschärfe {f} [med.]
hearing acuity; auditory acuity
Hörreflexschwellenmessung {f} [med.]
auditory aural acoustic reflex threshold measurement
Hörreflex {m} [med.]
auditory aural acoustic reflex
Hörfähigkeit {f} [med.]
hearing ability; ability to hear; acouaesthesia
Höhenlungenödem {n} [med.]
high-altitude pulmonary oedema
Höhenkrankheit {f} [med.]
altitude sickness
Hodenhochstand {m} [med.]
undescended testicle
Herzrhythmusstörung {f} [med.]
cardiac dysrhythmia; arrhythmia; disturbance of the heart rhythm; disturbance of the cardiac rhythm
Altenpfleger {m} [med.]
care assistant for the elderly
Akne {f} [med.]
acne
Affenspalte {f} [med.]
simian cleft
Affenkopf {m} [med.]
cebocephalus
Affenköpfigkeit {f} [med.]
cebocephalia
Affenfurche {f} [med.]
four-finger line; simian crease
Adventitiaentzündung {f} [med.]
adventitial inflammation; exarteritis
Adsorbatimpfstoff {m} [med.]
adsorbed vaccine
Adenokarzinom {n} [med.]
adenocarcinoma
Akromionplastik {f} [med.]
acromioplasty
Akupressur {f} [med.]
acupressure
Alkalose {f} [med.]
alkalosis
Alphablocker {m} [med.]
alpha blocker
Allopathie {f} [med.]
allopathy
Allgemeinmedizin {m} [med.]
general medicine
Allergologie {f} [med.]
allergology
Allergieanamnese {f} [med.]
history of allergy
Alkoholsyndrom {n} [med.]
alcohol syndrome
Alkoholepilepsie {f} [med.]
alcoholic epilepsy
Alkoholembryopathie {f} [med.]
fetal alcohol syndrome
Adduktorenspasmus {m} [med.]
adductor spasm
Adduktorenlähmung {f} [med.]
adductor paralysis; paralysis of the adductor muscles
Abwehrspannung {f} [med.]
muscular defense
Antidekubitus {m} [med.]
anti-decubitus
Angiokardiographie {f} [med.]
angiocardiography
Angiographie {f} [med.]
angiography
Anaesthesie {f} [med.]
anesthesia
Allergiediagnostik {f} [med.]
allergy diagnostics
Naht {f} [med.]
suture
schlafwandeln [med.]
to somnambulate
punktieren [med.]
to tap
Arthroskope {n} [med.]
arthroscopes
Arthroskopie {f} [med.]
arthroscopie
Arztbuch {n} [med.]
doctors' book
Abnabelung {f} [med.]
cutting of a child's cord
Abführmittel {n} [med.]
cathartic medicine; cathartic
Abduktionslähmung {f} [med.]
abduction paralysis
Abdominallavage {f} [med.]
irrigation of the abdominal cavity
Abbauintoxikation {f} [med.]
endogenous autointoxication
Autopsiemesser {n} [med.]
autopsy knives
Arztseife {f} [med.]
clinical soap
Arzthocker {m} [med.]
doctor´s chairs
tamponieren [med.]
to plug
Ataxie {f} [med.]
ataxy; ataxia

Deutsche Synonyme für Operationsnarbe {f} [med]

med  
Doktor  der  Medizin  Dr.  med.  

Englische Synonyme für operation scar; postoperative scar

operation  accomplished fact  accomplishment  achievement  act  acta  acting  action  activism  activity  adventure  affair  amphibious operations  amputation  anastomotic operation  appliance  application  attempt  behavior  bloodless operation  blow  bringing to fruition  business  business deal  campaign  capital operation  combined operations  commercial transaction  commitment  compensating operation  contract  control  corneal transplant  coup  crescent operation  deal  dealings  deed  direction  doing  doings  dry run  duty  effective  effectuation  efficacious  effort  elective operation  emergency operation  employment  end use  endeavor  engagement  enterprise  excision  execution  exercise  exercising  exertion  exploit  exploitation  exploratory operation  fait accompli  feat  fenestration operation  fluid operations  function  functional  functioning  gest  go  hand  handiwork  handling  heart transplant  immediate purpose  in effect  in force  interval operation  job  kidney transplant  logistics  major operation  management  managing  maneuver  maneuvers  manipulation  measure  military operations  minor operation  minor operations  mission  motion  move  movement  movements  negotiation  obligation  occupation  office  operating  operational  operational purpose  operations  operative  organ transplant  organ transplantation  overproduction  overseas operations  overt act  package deal  palliative operation  passage  performance  plan  play  practice  praxis  procedure  proceeding  production  productiveness  program  project  proposition  purpose  radical operation  realization  removal  res gestae  resection  role  running  section  staff work  step  stroke  stunt  surgical intervention  surgical operation  surgical technique  swing  task  the knife  thing  thing done  tour de force  transaction  transplant  turn  ultimate purpose  undertaking  use  using  utilization  venture  war game  war plans  work  working  workings  works  
operational  acting  active  agential  agentival  agentive  at work  behavioral  effective  effectual  efficacious  efficient  functional  functioning  go  going  going on  in exercise  in force  in hand  in operation  in play  in practice  in process  in the works  inaction  managerial  manipulational  on foot  on the fire  ongoing  operating  operative  performing  practical  practicing  running  serving  working  

Lexikoneinträge für operation scar; postoperative scar / operation scars; postoperative scars

Operation (n.) The act or process of operating
Operation (n.) The method of working
Operation (n.) That which is operated or accomplished
Operation (n.) Effect produced
Operation (n.) Something to be done
Operation (n.) Any methodical action of the hand, or of the hand with instruments, on the human body, to produce a curative or remedial effect, as in amputation, etc.
Scar (n.) A mark in the skin or flesh of an animal, made by a wound or ulcer, and remaining after the wound or ulcer is healed
Scar (n.) A mark left upon a stem or branch by the fall of a leaf, leaflet, or frond, or upon a seed by the separation of its support. See Illust.. under Axillary.
Scar (v. t.) To mark with a scar or scars.
Scar (v. i.) To form a scar.
Scar (n.) An isolated or protruding rock
Scar (n.) A marine food fish, the scarus, or parrot fish.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

operation the activity of operating something (a machine or business etc.), her smooth operation of the vehicle gave us a surprisingly comfortable ride
operation a planned activity involving many people performing various actions, they organized a rescue operation, the biggest police operation in French history, running a restaurant is quite an operation, consolidate the companies various operations
rescue operation an operation organized to free from danger or confinement
undercover operation an operation involving secret work within a community or institution
buy-and-bust operation an undercover operation by narcotics detectives to catch unsuspecting drug dealers
operation procedure a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work, the operations in building a house, certain machine tool operations
operation
surgery surgical operation
surgical procedure
surgical process
a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments, performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body, they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available, he died while undergoing surgery
eye operation
eye surgery
any surgical procedure involving the eyes
sexhange operation
transsexual surgery
surgical procedures and hormonal treatments designed to alter a person's sexual characteristics so that the resemble those of the opposite sex
Shirodkar's operation
purse-string operation
a surgical procedure in which a suture is used to close the cervix in a pregnant woman, is performed when the cervix has failed to retain previous pregnancies
suicide mission
martyr operation
sacrifice operation
killing or injuring others while annihilating yourself, usually accomplished with a bomb
sting operation a complicated confidence game planned and executed with great care (especially an operation implemented by undercover agents to apprehend criminals)
riot control
riot control operation
the measures taken to control a riot
mathematical process
mathematical operation
operation
(mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods, the problems at the end of the chapter demonstrated the mathematical processes involved in the derivation, they were learning the basic operations of arithmetic
arithmetic operation a mathematical operation involving numbers
matrix operation a mathematical operation involving matrices
operation military operation activity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign), it was a joint operation of the navy and air force
combined operation a military operation carried out cooperatively by two or more allied nations or a military operation carried out by coordination of sea, land, and air forces
maneuver manoeuvre simulated military operation a military training exercise
peacekeeping
peacekeeping mission
peacekeeping operation
the activity of keeping the peace by military forces (especially when international military forces enforce a truce between hostile groups or nations)
amphibious operation a military operation by both land and sea forces
intelligence
intelligence activity
intelligence operation
the operation of gathering information about an enemy
clandestine operation an intelligence operation so planned and executed as to insure concealment
exfiltration operation a clandestine rescue operation to bring a defector or refugee or an operative and family out of danger
psychological operation
psyop
military actions designed to influence the perceptions and attitudes of individuals, groups, and foreign governments
covert operation an intelligence operation so planned as to permit plausible denial by the sponsor
black operation a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out
overt operation the collection of intelligence openly without concealment
operation a business especially one run on a large scale, a large-scale farming operation, a multinational operation, they paid taxes on every stage of the operation, they had to consolidate their operations
field
field of operation
line of business
a particular kind of commercial enterprise, they are outstanding in their field
Meuse
Meuse River
Argonne
Argonne Forest
Meuse-Argonne
Meuse-Argonne operation
an American operation in World War I (), American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November
Operation Desert Storm the United States and its allies defeated Iraq in a ground war that lasted hours ()
scratch
scrape
scar
mark
an indication of damage
scar tissue the connective tissue that forms a scar, consists of fibroblasts in new scars and collagen fibers in old scars
process
cognitive process
mental process
operation
cognitive operation
(psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity, an operation that affects mental contents, the process of thinking, the cognitive operation of remembering
operation code
order code
the portion of a set of operation descriptions that specifies the operation to be performed, the set of operations in a computer
asynchronous operation operations that occur without a regular or predictable time relation to other events
auxiliary operation
off-line operation
a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit
boolean operation
binary operation
binary arithmetic operation
an operation that follows the rules of Boolean algebra, each operand and the result take one of two values
computer operation
machine operation
an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform
concurrent operation two or more operations performed at the same time (or within a give interval)
control operation
control function
an operation that controls the recording or processing or transmission of interpretation of data, a control operation started the data processing
dyadic operation an operation on exactly two operands
fixedycle operation an operation that is completed in a specified number of regularly timed execution cycles
floating-point operation
flop
an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers, this computer can perform a million flops per second
logic operation
logical operation
an operation that follows the rules of symbolic logic
majority operation a threshold operation in which each operand is
or , output is if and only if more than half the operands have the value
monadic operation
unary operation
an operation with exactly one operand
multiplex operation an operation in which two or more activities are interleaved
operation (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction), it can perform millions of operations per second
operation functioning
performance
process or manner of functioning or operating, the power of its engine determines its operation, the plane's operation in high winds, they compared the cooking performance of each oven, the jet's performance conformed to high standards
parallel operation
simultaneous operation
the simultaneous execution of two or more operations
printing operation an operation that controls the printing or display of information
real-time processing
real-time operation
data processing fast enough to keep up with an outside process
serial operation
sequential operation
consecutive operation
the sequential execution of operations one after another
synchronous operation operations that are initiated predictably by a clock
threshold operation an operation performed on operands in order to obtain the value of a threshold function
operation the state of being in effect or being operative, that rule is no longer in operation
scar
cicatrix
cicatrice
a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
scar
mark pock
pit
mark with a scar, The skin disease scarred his face permanently
operational
in operation(p) operating(a)
being in effect or operation, de facto apartheid is still operational even in the `new' African nations- Leslie Marmon Silko, bus service is in operation during the emergency, the company had several operating divisions
postoperative happening or done after a surgical operation, postoperative complications, postoperative care

 

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