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 ⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für Syndrom von Deutsch nach Englisch
NOUN   das Syndrom | die Syndrome
Syndrom {n}
syndrome
Iliosakralgelenksyndrom {n} <ISG-Syndrom>
sacroiliac joint syndrome <SIJ syndrome>med.
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Iliotibialbandsyndrom {n} <ITBS, ITB-Syndrom> [Läuferknie]
iliotibial band syndrome <ITBS, ITB syndrome> [runner's knee]med.
Pseudoexfoliationssyndrom {n} <PEX-Syndrom>
pseudoexfoliation <PEX> syndromemed.

5p-Syndrom {n} [Fünf-p-minus-Syndrom]
5p- syndromemed.
Aagenaes-Syndrom {n}
cholestasis-lymphedema syndrome <CLS, CHLS> [Am.]med.

cholestasis-lymphoedema syndrome <CLS, CHLS> [Br.]med.

Aagenaes syndrome <AS> [cholestasis-lymphedema syndrome]med.
Aase-Syndrom {n}
Aase syndromemed.
ABCD-Syndrom {n}
ABCD syndromemed.
Achard-Syndrom {n}
Achard syndromemed.
Achenbach-Syndrom {n}
Achenbach syndromemed.
Adie-Syndrom {n}
Adie syndromemed.

Adie's tonic pupil [Adie's syndrome]med.
adrenogenitales Syndrom {n} <AGS>
congenital adrenal hyperplasia <CAH>med.
AEC-Syndrom {n}
AEC syndromemed.
Aicardi-Syndrom {n}
Aicardi syndromemed.
AIDS-Syndrom {n} [ugs.] [AIDS, erworbenes Immunmangelsyndrom]
AIDS syndrome [coll.] [AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome]med.
Alagille-Syndrom {n} <ALGS>
Alagille syndromemed.
algodystrophisches Syndrom {n} [Algodystrophie]
algodystrophic syndrome [algodystrophy]med.
Alport-Syndrom {n}
Alport syndrome [hereditary nephritis]med.
Alström-Syndrom {n} <AS>
Alstrom-Halgren syndrome <ALMS>med.

Alström syndrome <AS> [also: Alstrom syndrome]med.
amnestisches Syndrom {n}
amnestic syndromepsych.
Angelman-Syndrom {n}
Angelman syndromemed.
Antiphospholipid-Syndrom {n} <APS>
antiphospholipid syndrome <APS>med.
Antiphospholipid-Syndrom {n} <APS> [auch: Antiphospholipidsyndrom]
Hughes' / Hughes disease [antiphospholipid syndrome, Hughes syndrome]med.
Anton-Syndrom {n}
Anton-Babinski syndromemed.
apallisches Syndrom {n} <APS>
apallic syndromemed.
Apert-Syndrom {n}
Apert syndromemed.
Asherman-Syndrom {n}
Asherman's syndrome <AS>med.
Asperger-Syndrom {n} <AS>
Asperger's disorderpsych.

Asperger syndrome <AS>psych.

Asperger's syndrome <AS>psych.
Austrian-Syndrom {n}
Austrian syndromemed.
Baboon-Syndrom {n}
Baboon syndromemed.
Bálint-Syndrom {n}
Bálint's syndromemed.
Balkan-Syndrom {n} [auch bekannt als Golfkriegssyndrom]
Balkans syndrome [also known as Gulf War syndrome]med.
Barrett-Syndrom {n}
Barrett syndromemed.
Bartter-Syndrom {n}
Bartter syndromemed.
Bauchdeckenaplasie-Syndrom {n}
abdominal muscle deficiency syndromemed.
Benedikt-Syndrom {n}
Benedikt / Benedikt's syndromemed.
Benson-Syndrom {n}
Benson's syndromemed.
BIDS-Syndrom {n}
BIDS syndromemed.
Blau-Syndrom {n}
Blau syndromemed.
Blepharophimose-Syndrom {n}
blepharophimosis syndromemed.
Bloom-Syndrom {n} <BS, BSyn>
Bloom syndrome <BS, BSyn>med.
Boerhaave-Syndrom {n}
Boerhaave syndromemed.

Boerhaave's syndromemed.
Bogengangsdehiszenz-Syndrom {n} [auch: Bogengangsdehiszenzsyndrom]
superior canal dehiscence syndrome <SCDS>audiomed.
Borderline-Syndrom {n}
borderline syndromepsych.
brachycephales Syndrom {n}
brachycephalic syndromeVetMed.
branchiootisches Syndrom {n} <BOS> [Fourman-Fourman-Syndrom]
branchiootic syndrome <BOS>med.
Brown-Syndrom {n}
Brown's syndromemed.
Brueghel-Syndrom {n}
Brueghel's syndromemed.
Brugada-Syndrom {n}
Brugada syndromemed.
Bruton-Syndrom {n} [Agammaglobulinämie vom Bruton-Typ]
X-linked agammaglobulinemia <XLA> [Am.]med.

X-linked agammaglobulinaemia <XLA> [Br.]med.
Buerger-Syndrom {n}
Buerger's diseasemed.
Burnett-Syndrom {n}
Burnett's syndromemed.
Burnout-Syndrom {n}
burnoutpsych.
Burnout-Syndrom {n} <BOS> [auch: Burnoutsyndrom]
burnout syndrome <BOS, BS>med.psych.
Capgras-Syndrom {n}
Capgras delusionpsych.

Capgras syndromepsych.
Caplan-Syndrom {n}
Caplan's syndromemed.
Cardillac-Syndrom {n}
Cardillac syndromepsych.
Caroli-Syndrom {n}
Caroli diseasemed.
Carpenter-Syndrom {n}
Carpenter syndromemed.
CDC-Syndrom {n}
cri-du-chat / cri du chat syndrome <CCS, CdCS, CDCS>med.
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophe Lateralsklerose]
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis <ALS>med.
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophische Lateralsklerose]
Charcot's syndrome [also: Charcot syndrome] [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]med.
CHARGE-Syndrom {n}
CHARGE syndromemed.
China-Syndrom {n}
melt-down
Chinarestaurant-Syndrom {n} <CRS> [ugs.]
Chinese restaurant syndrome <CRS>med.
Clarkson-Syndrom {n}
Clarkson's syndromemed.
Clivuskanten-Syndrom {n} [auch: Clivuskantensyndrom]
clivus (edge) syndromemed.
Clutton-Syndrom {n}
Clutton syndrome [rare] [hydrarthosis]med.
Cockayne-Syndrom {n}
Cockayne syndromemed.
Conn-Syndrom {n}
Conn syndromemed.
Costello-Syndrom {n}
Costello syndromemed.
Costen-Syndrom {n}
Costen's syndromemed.
Cotard-Syndrom {n}
Cotard delusionpsych.

Cotard's syndromepsych.

negation delusionpsych.

nihilistic delusionpsych.
Couvade-Syndrom {n}
Couvade syndrome
Cowden-Syndrom {n}
Cowden syndromemed.

Cowden's diseasemed.

multiple hamartoma syndromemed.
CREST-Syndrom {n}
CREST syndromemed.
Crisponi-Syndrom {n} <CS>
Crisponi syndrome <CS> [also: Sohar-Crisponi syndrome]med.
Cross-Syndrom {n} [kurz für: Cross-McKusick-Breen-Syndrom]
Cross syndrome [short for: Cross-McKusick-Breen syndrome]med.
Crouzon-Syndrom {n}
Crouzon syndromemed.
Crush-Syndrom {n}
crush syndromemed.
CUP-Syndrom {n} [kurz: CUP] [früher: Krebs bei unbekanntem Primärtumor]
unknown primary cancer <CUP>med.

cancer of unknown primary (origin) <CUP>med.
Cushing-Syndrom {n}
Cushing's syndromemed.
d'Acosta-Syndrom {n} [Höhenkrankheit]
d'Acosta syndrome [altitude sickness]med.
Dandy-Syndrom {n}
Dandy's syndromemed.
Devic-Syndrom {n} [Neuromyelitis optica]
Devic's syndromemed.
syndromeSyndrom {n}
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sacroiliac joint syndrome <SIJ syndrome>
Iliosakralgelenksyndrom {n} <ISG-Syndrom>
med.
iliotibial band syndrome <ITBS, ITB syndrome> [runner's knee]
Iliotibialbandsyndrom {n} <ITBS, ITB-Syndrom> [Läuferknie]
med.
pseudoexfoliation <PEX> syndrome
Pseudoexfoliationssyndrom {n} <PEX-Syndrom>
2 Wörter: Substantive
med.
5p- syndrome
5p-Syndrom {n} [Fünf-p-minus-Syndrom]
med.
cholestasis-lymphedema syndrome <CLS, CHLS> [Am.]
Aagenaes-Syndrom {n}
med.
cholestasis-lymphoedema syndrome <CLS, CHLS> [Br.]
Aagenaes-Syndrom {n}
med.
Aagenaes syndrome <AS> [cholestasis-lymphedema syndrome]
Aagenaes-Syndrom {n}
med.
Aase syndrome
Aase-Syndrom {n}
med.
ABCD syndrome
ABCD-Syndrom {n}
med.
Achard syndrome
Achard-Syndrom {n}
med.
Achenbach syndrome
Achenbach-Syndrom {n}
med.
Adie syndrome
Adie-Syndrom {n}
med.
Adie's tonic pupil [Adie's syndrome]
Adie-Syndrom {n}
med.
congenital adrenal hyperplasia <CAH>
adrenogenitales Syndrom {n} <AGS>
med.
AEC syndrome
AEC-Syndrom {n}
med.
Aicardi syndrome
Aicardi-Syndrom {n}
med.
AIDS syndrome [coll.] [AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome]
AIDS-Syndrom {n} [ugs.] [AIDS, erworbenes Immunmangelsyndrom]
med.
Alagille syndrome
Alagille-Syndrom {n} <ALGS>
med.
algodystrophic syndrome [algodystrophy]
algodystrophisches Syndrom {n} [Algodystrophie]
med.
Alport syndrome [hereditary nephritis]
Alport-Syndrom {n}
med.
Alstrom-Halgren syndrome <ALMS>
Alström-Syndrom {n} <AS>
med.
Alström syndrome <AS> [also: Alstrom syndrome]
Alström-Syndrom {n} <AS>
psych.
amnestic syndrome
amnestisches Syndrom {n}
med.
Angelman syndrome
Angelman-Syndrom {n}
med.
antiphospholipid syndrome <APS>
Antiphospholipid-Syndrom {n} <APS>
med.
Hughes' / Hughes disease [antiphospholipid syndrome, Hughes syndrome]
Antiphospholipid-Syndrom {n} <APS> [auch: Antiphospholipidsyndrom]
med.
Anton-Babinski syndrome
Anton-Syndrom {n}
med.
apallic syndrome
apallisches Syndrom {n} <APS>
med.
Apert syndrome
Apert-Syndrom {n}
med.
Asherman's syndrome <AS>
Asherman-Syndrom {n}
psych.
Asperger's disorder
Asperger-Syndrom {n} <AS>
psych.
Asperger syndrome <AS>
Asperger-Syndrom {n} <AS>
psych.
Asperger's syndrome <AS>
Asperger-Syndrom {n} <AS>
med.
Austrian syndrome
Austrian-Syndrom {n}
med.
Baboon syndrome
Baboon-Syndrom {n}
med.
Bálint's syndrome
Bálint-Syndrom {n}
med.
Balkans syndrome [also known as Gulf War syndrome]
Balkan-Syndrom {n} [auch bekannt als Golfkriegssyndrom]
med.
Barrett syndrome
Barrett-Syndrom {n}
med.
Bartter syndrome
Bartter-Syndrom {n}
med.
abdominal muscle deficiency syndrome
Bauchdeckenaplasie-Syndrom {n}
med.
Benedikt / Benedikt's syndrome
Benedikt-Syndrom {n}
med.
Benson's syndrome
Benson-Syndrom {n}
med.
BIDS syndrome
BIDS-Syndrom {n}
med.
Blau syndrome
Blau-Syndrom {n}
med.
blepharophimosis syndrome
Blepharophimose-Syndrom {n}
med.
Bloom syndrome <BS, BSyn>
Bloom-Syndrom {n} <BS, BSyn>
med.
Boerhaave syndrome
Boerhaave-Syndrom {n}
med.
Boerhaave's syndrome
Boerhaave-Syndrom {n}
audiomed.
superior canal dehiscence syndrome <SCDS>
Bogengangsdehiszenz-Syndrom {n} [auch: Bogengangsdehiszenzsyndrom]
psych.
borderline syndrome
Borderline-Syndrom {n}
VetMed.
brachycephalic syndrome
brachycephales Syndrom {n}
med.
branchiootic syndrome <BOS>
branchiootisches Syndrom {n} <BOS> [Fourman-Fourman-Syndrom]
med.
Brown's syndrome
Brown-Syndrom {n}
med.
Brueghel's syndrome
Brueghel-Syndrom {n}
med.
Brugada syndrome
Brugada-Syndrom {n}
med.
X-linked agammaglobulinemia <XLA> [Am.]
Bruton-Syndrom {n} [Agammaglobulinämie vom Bruton-Typ]
med.
X-linked agammaglobulinaemia <XLA> [Br.]
Bruton-Syndrom {n} [Agammaglobulinämie vom Bruton-Typ]
med.
Buerger's disease
Buerger-Syndrom {n}
med.
Burnett's syndrome
Burnett-Syndrom {n}
psych.
burnout
Burnout-Syndrom {n}
med.psych.
burnout syndrome <BOS, BS>
Burnout-Syndrom {n} <BOS> [auch: Burnoutsyndrom]
psych.
Capgras delusion
Capgras-Syndrom {n}
psych.
Capgras syndrome
Capgras-Syndrom {n}
med.
Caplan's syndrome
Caplan-Syndrom {n}
psych.
Cardillac syndrome
Cardillac-Syndrom {n}
med.
Caroli disease
Caroli-Syndrom {n}
med.
Carpenter syndrome
Carpenter-Syndrom {n}
med.
cri-du-chat / cri du chat syndrome <CCS, CdCS, CDCS>
CDC-Syndrom {n}
med.
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis <ALS>
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophe Lateralsklerose]
med.
Charcot's syndrome [also: Charcot syndrome] [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophische Lateralsklerose]
med.
CHARGE syndrome
CHARGE-Syndrom {n}
melt-downChina-Syndrom {n}
med.
Chinese restaurant syndrome <CRS>
Chinarestaurant-Syndrom {n} <CRS> [ugs.]
med.
Clarkson's syndrome
Clarkson-Syndrom {n}
med.
clivus (edge) syndrome
Clivuskanten-Syndrom {n} [auch: Clivuskantensyndrom]
med.
Clutton syndrome [rare] [hydrarthosis]
Clutton-Syndrom {n}
med.
Cockayne syndrome
Cockayne-Syndrom {n}
med.
Conn syndrome
Conn-Syndrom {n}
med.
Costello syndrome
Costello-Syndrom {n}
med.
Costen's syndrome
Costen-Syndrom {n}
psych.
Cotard delusion
Cotard-Syndrom {n}
psych.
Cotard's syndrome
Cotard-Syndrom {n}
psych.
negation delusion
Cotard-Syndrom {n}
psych.
nihilistic delusion
Cotard-Syndrom {n}
Couvade syndromeCouvade-Syndrom {n}
med.
Cowden syndrome
Cowden-Syndrom {n}
med.
Cowden's disease
Cowden-Syndrom {n}
med.
multiple hamartoma syndrome
Cowden-Syndrom {n}
med.
CREST syndrome
CREST-Syndrom {n}
med.
Crisponi syndrome <CS> [also: Sohar-Crisponi syndrome]
Crisponi-Syndrom {n} <CS>
med.
Cross syndrome [short for: Cross-McKusick-Breen syndrome]
Cross-Syndrom {n} [kurz für: Cross-McKusick-Breen-Syndrom]
med.
Crouzon syndrome
Crouzon-Syndrom {n}
med.
crush syndrome
Crush-Syndrom {n}
med.
unknown primary cancer <CUP>
CUP-Syndrom {n} [kurz: CUP] [früher: Krebs bei unbekanntem Primärtumor]
med.
cancer of unknown primary (origin) <CUP>
CUP-Syndrom {n} [kurz: CUP] [früher: Krebs bei unbekanntem Primärtumor]
med.
Cushing's syndrome
Cushing-Syndrom {n}
med.
d'Acosta syndrome [altitude sickness]
d'Acosta-Syndrom {n} [Höhenkrankheit]
med.
Dandy's syndrome
Dandy-Syndrom {n}
med.
Devic's syndrome
Devic-Syndrom {n} [Neuromyelitis optica]
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