Una biopsia es un procedimiento diagnóstico que consiste en la extracción de una muestra total o parcial de . Biopsia extemporánea o peroperatoria[editar]. Spanish term or phrase: extemporánea Il Sanitario Richiedente ***Biopsia intraoperatoria o cosiddetta “estemporanea”*** Durante un. Plantía:Ficha de prueba diagnóstica Una biopsia ye un procedimientu diagnósticu o transparietal o transpleural; Biopsia extemporánea o peroperatoria.

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Reviewing applications can be fun and only takes a few minutes. Patents, Trademarks, Copyright Law: Grading comment Hi Barbara, Thanks for your answer and the explanation. Does this refer to a biopsy or surgical specimen? To both of you. This is actually what I had thought, and put in my translation already, but I based it on my knowledge of the Italian version “estemporanea”.


I wanted biospia make sure it works the same in Spanish.


And – Felipe – I suppose it refers to a biopsy specimen I wasn’t quite surebecause they do report sending pathology samples during the surgery. Can’t let a spelling mistake get by, in any language! Please see here, too: Automatic update in Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer.

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This is in a report on a patient with lung cancer who had the upper left pulmonary lobe removed. After the description of the surgical procedure, there is a section with the following headings: No And that is the end of the report. If I just write “Extemporaneous” it doesn’t make any sense to me, so I think there must be another meaning.


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Joseph Tein KudoZ activity Questions: It just refers a study made in the course of surgery, often done to confirm that the resection margins of a tumor are free of cancer cells. Wendy Cummings United Kingdom.

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Thus the present study was designed to assess whether a belated Length of stay as an outcome after cardiac surgery is at best a A very belated updating of my post extemporanew experience. But the experience has been totally positive to date so I hope that anyone else English, Spanish PRO pts in category: Login to enter a peer comment or grade.

Henry Hinds United States Local time: Notes to answerer Asker: Thanks for your input as always, and I know that you’ve answered this one before In this medical context, it’s what Felipe and Wendy are telling us.

Barbara Thomas United States Local time: English PRO pts in category: Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer agree.