rotator cuff tear + labrum tear

Discussion in 'Medical Terminology' started by lucky311, Oct 6, 2006.

  1. lucky311 New Member

    spanish, us
    I am doing a translation and I need to know how to say:

    Rotator cuff tear in spanish and Labrum Tear in spanish

    thanks so much!
    S
     
  2. Sparrow22

    Sparrow22 Senior Member

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Argentina-Spanish

    no soy especialista, asi que te doy mi versión, pero aguarda que alguien más lo confirme, si ??

    rotator cuff tear: rotura/ ruptura del manguito rotador
    labrum tear: rotura/ ruptura del labrum

    suerte !!!
     
  3. lucky311 New Member

    spanish, us
    THANK YOU!!! I can now finish and get these nasty pics of surgeries out of my face haha ;)
     
  4. Sparrow22

    Sparrow22 Senior Member

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Argentina-Spanish
    bueno, me alegra haberte sido util !!! :)
     
  5. fsabroso

    fsabroso Moderadiólogo

    South Texas
    Perú / Castellano
  6. fsabroso

    fsabroso Moderadiólogo

    South Texas
    Perú / Castellano
    Hola,

    Labrum: A thickened firm tissue that surrounds and is firmly attached to the socket of the shoulder joint. It serves to deepen this joint and prevent abnormal motion of the shoulder joint.

    En el hombro, El "labrum" es el anillo cartilaginoso que rodea la cavidad glenoidea de la escapula.

    Labral tear, desgarro del anillo cartilaginoso del hombro.

    Saludos"
     
  7. Sparrow22

    Sparrow22 Senior Member

    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Argentina-Spanish
  8. worldspeak

    worldspeak Senior Member

    USA
    English-USA & German
  9. ningunear New Member

    spanish mexxxico
    hi

    I read in NY Times an article about pain pump problems and I found with this word labrum, what is the meaning?

    "In most cases, the patients initially seemed to heal normally from shoulder surgery, frequently to repair a torn labrum".

    thanks in advanced
     
  10. k-in-sc

    k-in-sc Senior Member

    In anatomy:
    The glenoid labrum is a lip-like projection of cartilage on the human scapula surrounding the joint between the humerus and the collarbone.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenoid_labrum
    (You don't need to ask things like that in the forum, you can just look them up in Wikipedia.)

    :)
     

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