a correlacionar

Discussion in 'Medical Terminology' started by wardybeans, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. wardybeans New Member

    USA English
    A patient had a bone scan to look for the spreading of cancer. I think there was an incidental finding about the jaw where 'a correlacionar' appears.
    Here is the phrase:
    Estudio negativo para enfermedad ósea metastásica.
    Ostroartritis en rodillas.
    Proceso inflamatorio en maxilar superior izquierdo a correlacionar.

    Incidental finding of...? Thanks.
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  2. EricEnfermero

    EricEnfermero Senior Member

    La UCI Neonatal
    US - English
    So there was no metastatic bone disease, they found osteoarthritis in the knees, and an inflammatory process in the upper left jaw that needs to be clinically correlated.
  3. fsabroso

    fsabroso Moderadiólogo

    South Texas
    Perú / Castellano

    It is not incidental, I think it would be just "finding", and the correlation should be done; because this kind of uptake in that region usually is because sinusitis or dental problems; so, as Eric says, clinical correlation needs to be done.

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