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Dictionary English German: [femoris]

Translation 1 - 42 of 42

English German
anat. femur [Os femoris]
Oberschenkelknochen {m}
femur [Os femoris]
Oberschenkelbein {n}
anat. femur [Os femoris]
Femur {n}
anat. femur [Os femoris]Dickbein {n} [regional]
anat. sports hamstrings {pl} [in human anatomy: the three posterior thigh muscles (semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris)]hintere Oberschenkelmuskulatur {f}
anat. sports hamstrings {pl} [in human anatomy: the three posterior thigh muscles (semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris)]rückseitige Oberschenkelmuskulatur {f}
2 Words: Nouns
anat. zool. femoral head [Caput femoris]Oberschenkelkopf {m}
anat. zool. femur neck [Collum femoris]Oberschenkelhals {m}
anat. zool. femur neck [Collum femoris]Schenkelhals {m}
anat. med. quadriceps (extensor) [Musculus quadriceps femoris]vierköpfiger Beinstrecker {m} [auch: Quadrizeps]
anat. med. quadriceps (extensor) [Musculus quadriceps femoris]vierköpfiger Oberschenkelmuskel {m}
anat. quadriceps (extensor) [Musculus quadriceps femoris]Musculus quadriceps femoris {m} [auch: Quadrizeps]
anat. vastus muscle [Musculus quadriceps femoris]vierköpfiger Schenkelmuskel {m}
3 Words: Nouns
anat. biceps femoris (muscle) [Musculus biceps femoris]Beinbeuger {m}
anat. biceps femoris (muscle) [Musculus biceps femoris]Schenkelbeuger {m}
anat. biceps femoris (muscle) [Musculus biceps femoris]zweiköpfiger Oberschenkelmuskel {m}
anat. biol. condyle of femur [Condylus femoris]Femurkondyle {f}
anat. deep femoral vein <DFV> [Vena profunda femoris]tiefe Oberschenkelvene {f}
anat. zool. head of femur [Caput femoris]Oberschenkelkopf {m}
anat. biol. lateral femoral condyle <LCF> [Condylus lateralis femoris]äußere Oberschenkelkondyle {f}
anat. biol. lateral femoral condyle <LCF> [Condylus lateralis femoris]lateraler Femurkondylus {m} <LFK>
anat. biol. medial femoral condyle <MCF> [Condylus medialis femoris]innere Oberschenkelkondyle {f}
anat. biol. medial femoral condyle <MCF> [Condylus medialis femoris]medialer Femurkondylus {m} <MFK>
anat. profunda femoris vein <PFV> [Vena profunda femoris]tiefe Oberschenkelvene {f}
anat. quadriceps femoris (muscle) [Musculus quadriceps femoris]vierköpfiger Oberschenkelstreckmuskel {m}
anat. rectus femoris (muscle) [Musculus rectus femoris]gerader Schenkelmuskel {m}
anat. shaft of femur [Corpus (ossis) femoris]Oberschenkelschaft {m}
4 Words: Nouns
anat. body of thigh bone [Corpus (ossis) femoris]Oberschenkelkörper {m}
anat. zool. head of (the) femur [Caput femoris]Hüftkopf {m}
anat. zool. head of thigh bone [Caput femoris]Oberschenkelkopf {m}
anat. lateral femoral cutaneous nerve [Nervus cutaneus femoris lateralis]Oberschenkelhautnerv {m}
anat. shaft of thigh bone [Corpus (ossis) femoris]Oberschenkelschaft {m}
med. slipped capital femoral epiphysis <SCFE> [Epiphyseolysis capitis femoris]jugendliche Hüftkopflösung {f} [ugs.] [Epiphysenlösung des Femurkopfs]
med. slipped capital femoral epiphysis <SCFE> [Epiphyseolysis capitis femoris]Epiphysenlösung {f} des Femurkopfs
5+ Words: Nouns
med. juvenile epiphysiolysis of the femur head [Epiphysiolysis capitis femoris]jugendliches Hüftkopfgleiten {n}
med. juvenile epiphysiolysis of the femur head [Epiphysiolysis capitis femoris]juvenile Hüftkopflösung {f}
anat. biol. lateral condyle of (the) femur <LCF> [Condylus lateralis femoris]laterale Femurkondyle {f} <LFK>
anat. lateral cutaneous nerve of the thigh [Nervus cutaneus femoris lateralis]Oberschenkelhautnerv {m}
anat. biol. lateral epicondyle of (the) femur [Epicondylus lateralis femoris]Epicondylus lateralis femoris {m} [Knochenvorwölbung auf der lateralen Seite des Oberschenkelknochens]
anat. biol. medial condyle of (the) femur <MCF> [Condylus medialis femoris]mediale Femurkondyle {f} <MFK>
anat. biol. medial epicondyle of (the) femur [Epicondylus medialis femoris]Epicondylus medialis femoris {m} [Knochenvorwölbung auf der medialen Seite des Oberschenkelknochens]
posterior compartment of (the) thigh [Compartimentum femoris posterius]Flexorenloge {f} des Oberschenkels
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