Übersetzung für 'constrictive' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   constrictive | more constrictive | most constrictive
SYNO confining | constraining | constricting | ...
constrictive {adj}einengend
constrictive {adj}beschränkt
constrictive {adj}einschränkend
vaso-constrictive {adj}
constrictive bronchiolitis <CB> [Bronchiolitis obliterans]
konstriktive Bronchiolitis {f} [Bronchiolitis obliterans]
constrictive pericarditis
konstriktive Perikarditis {f}
constrictive pericarditis <CP> [Pericarditis constrictiva (calcarea)]
Panzerherz {n} [konstriktive Perikarditis]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • 8–1° caused by wearing constrictive underwear, no changes in sperm parameters, no decrease in spermatogenesis, and no changes in sperm function are observed.
  • Volhard recognized that constrictive pericarditis was a treatable condition, and as a result of his research with Viktor Schmieden (1874–1945), it led to the first pericardectomy for constrictive pericarditis.
  • Pericardial effusion may also be seen in pulmonary hypertension. Thickening of pericardium more than 4 mm or pericardial calcification indicates constrictive pericarditis.
  • The word "hierophany" recurs frequently in the works of religious historian Mircea Eliade, who preferred the term to the more constrictive word "theophany", an appearance of a god.
  • While they have been praised as a device for improving posture, many health care professionals advise against the use of constrictive garments for extended periods.

  • Complications for BCI are rare but can include delayed rupture of the heart, complete AV block, heart failure, pericardial effusion and constrictive pericarditis.
  • An exaggerated "y" wave or diastolic collapse of the neck veins from constrictive pericarditis is referred to as Friedreich's sign.
  • With cardiac tamponade, jugular veins are distended and typically show a prominent x descent and an absent y descent as opposed to patients with constrictive pericarditis (prominent x and y descent), see Beck's triad.
  • Norman Chevers (1818–1886) was an English physician and surgeon of the Bengal Medical Service. He is known for research on constrictive pericarditis.
  • The diagnosis of constrictive pericarditis is often difficult to make.

  • To open up the entrance lobby and make it more visible from the street, a new entrance with glass doors was built in 2014 to replace the more constrictive original space.
  • The Wilderness Medical Society recommends covering the skin and scalp, taking in adequate nutrition, avoiding constrictive footwear and clothing, and remaining active without causing exhaustion.
  • Recommended preventative measures for freezing cold injuries include appropriate nutrition, wearing suitable clothing that covers one's skin, avoiding constrictive clothing, and ensuring access to warm shelter.
  • pericardial tamponade (where E/A ratios across the tricuspid valve are often more important), restrictive cardiomyopathy vs. constrictive pericarditis.
  • Dr. Walter Broadbent (1868–1951) was an English physician remembered for describing the Broadbent sign of constrictive pericarditis.

  • Transthoracic lung biopsies are preferable for diagnosis of constrictive BO compared to transbronchial biopsies; regardless of the type of biopsy, a diagnosis may only be achieved by examination of multiple samples.
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