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diverticule n.
diverticulum
[Med.]

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
traction diverticulum
[Med.]
n.
Kirchner's diverticulum
[Med.]
n.
diverticulosis ostium
[Med.]
n.
diverticulosis ostia
[Med.]
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'diverticule' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
diverticule
[Med.]
n.
diverticules
[Med.]
n.
diverticule vésical
[Med.]
n.
diverticule thyroïdien
[Med.]
n.
diverticule épiphrénique
[Med.]
n.
diverticule de pulsion
[Med.]
n.
diverticule de la trompe d'Eustache
[Med.]
n.
diverticules vésicaux
[Med.]
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"diverticule": examples and translations in context
Ce n'était pas un diverticule. I thought it wasn't a diverticulum.
Le diverticule est localisé à environ 40 cm de la valve iléo-cœcale. The diverticulum is located 2 feet from the ileocecal valve.
Le diverticule peut s'enflammer ou même perforer (ouvrir ou de rupture). The diverticulum may become inflamed or even perforate (break open or rupture).
Environ 2 à 4% de la population présente un diverticule de Meckel. Some 2-4% of the population exhibits Meckel's diverticulum.
Ce diverticule de Meckel a du être réséqué chirurgicalement. This Meckel's diverticulum had to be surgically removed.
Hélas, je n'ai pas pu accéder au diverticule avec le périscope, donc nous avons utilisé la chirurgie. Well, unfortunately, I wasn't able to access the diverticulum with the scope, so we went in surgically.
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