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vibration syndrome n.
syndrome des vibrations
[Med.]

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n.
vibration
[Tech.]
n.
amortisseur de vibrations
[Tech.]
n.
maladie du marteau pneumatique
[Med.]
n.
pallesthésie
[Med.]
n.
amortisseur de vibrations
[Tech.]
n.
infrason
[Med.]
n.
fréquence de résonance
[Tech.]
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vibration

  

      n   vibration    f     
→ Snoring is caused by vibration ...        
→ You can feel the vibration on the violin string.        
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"vibration syndrome": examples and translations in context
Clinical examination should rule out the possibility of alternate diagnoses such as cervical radiculopathy, peripheral neuropathy, and hand/arm vibration syndrome. L'examen clinique doit écarter la possibilité de diagnostics différentiels comme la radiculopathie cervicale, la neuropathie périphérique et la maladie de Raynaud.
Table 50.4 Sensorineural stages of the Stockholm Workshop scale for the hand-arm vibration syndrome Tableau 50.4 Echelle de l'Atelier de Stockholm 86 pour la classification de l'atteinte
Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome by Dr. Ronald A. House Maladie des vibrations par le Dr Ronald A. House
Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a common problem due to exposure to hand-arm vibration from the use of hand-held rotating or percussive power tools or hand contact with vibrating work surfaces. La maladie des vibrations est une pathologie fréquente attribuable à l'exposition aux vibrations mains-bras liées à l'utilisation d'outils mécaniques portatifs à rotation ou à percussion ou au contact des mains avec des surfaces de travail vibrantes.
It is assumed that endogenous factors (e.g., in the sense of a primary Raynaud's phenomenon) as well as exogenous exposures can be held responsible for the occurrence of a vibration-related vasospastic syndrome (VVS). La maladie des vibrations peut avoir une origine à la fois endogène (un syndrome de Raynaud primitif, par exemple) et exogène (contrainte mécanique vibratoire).
The vibration can result in damage to nerves, muscles and bones in operators' hands causing Carpel Tunnel Syndrome (Vibration White Finger). La vibration peut endommager les nerfs, les muscles et les os dans les mains des opérateurs provoquant le syndrome du canal carpien (Vibration blanc Finger).
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