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Dictionary English German: [tissue]

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plant {adj} [attr.] [product, tissue, cell, life, etc.]
pflanzlich [Produkt, Gewebe, Zelle, Leben etc.]
biol. compound {adj} [multi-layered] [e.g. epithelial tissue]
mehrschichtig [z. B. Epithelgewebe]
tongue {adj} [attr.] [e.g. piercing, depressor, tissue, sausage]
Zungen- [z. B. Piercing, Spatel, Gewebe, Wurst]
biol. med. aberrative {adj} [in development of living tissue]
supporting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. beam, column or pillar, tissue, wall]
Stütz- [z. B. Balken, Pfeiler, Gewebe, Mauer]
med. to transplant sth. [tissue]
etw.Akk. übertragen [transplantieren] [Körpergewebe]
to dismember sth. [partition or divide up, e.g. territory, tissue]
etw. dismembrieren [veraltet bzw. fachspr.] [zergliedern, ablösen, (bei Grundbesitz: zerstückeln)]
to astringe sth. [bind together, e.g. tissue]
etw.Akk. zusammenziehen [z. B. biolog. Gewebe]
MedTech. to coagulate [tissue]
verkochen [Gewebe]
to remove sth. [e.g. asphalt, tissue]
etw.Akk. abtragen [(schichtweise) entfernen, z. B. Boden, Material, Gewebe]
med. to electrofulgurate sth. [cauterise and remove tissue using a high-frequency electric current]etw.Akk. fulgurieren [Gewebe abätzen mittels einer nadelähnlichen Elektrode]
med. to mortify [tissue]brandig werden [Gewebe]
Kleenex® [coll.] [tissue]
Tempo® {n} [ugs.] [Papiertaschentuch]
med. cautery [the process of destroying tissue]
Ausbrennen {n}
med. MedTech. coagulation [of tissue]
Verkochen {n} [des Gewebes]
pharm. alteplase [recombinant tissue plasminogen activator]Alteplase {f} [rekombinanter gewebespezifischer Plasminogenaktivator]
MedTech. cautery [the process of destroying tissue]Kauterisation {f}
MedTech. cautery [the process of destroying tissue]Kauterisierung {f}
MedTech. coagulation [tissue]Verkochung {f} [Gewebe]
med. desmoid [a dense benign connective-tissue tumor]harte Bindegewebsgeschwulst {f}
2 Words: Others
chem. med. lip- / lipo- {prefix} [relating to fat or fatty tissue]Lip- / Lipo- [auch: lip- / lipo-] [Fett- / fett-]
single-sheet {adj} [attr.] [e.g. toilet tissue]Einzelblatt- [z. B. Toilettenpapier]
2 Words: Nouns
med. collagen disease [connective tissue disease]Kollagenkrankheit {f}
contrast staining [with tissue marking dye]Kontrastfärbung {f} [Färbung von Zell- und Gewebe, Bakterien usw.]
med. fat apron [panniculus as a result of fatty tissue growth (dense layer)]Fettschürze {f}
anat. irregular type [Typus irregularis] [connective tissue]irregulärer Typ {m} [Bindegewebe]
anat. VetMed. Purkinje's tissue [also: Purkinje tissue]Purkinje-Netzwerk {n} [Purkinje-Fasern]
anat. VetMed. Purkyne tissue [spv.] [Purkinje tissue, Purkinje's tissue]Purkinje-Netzwerk {n} [Purkinje-Fasern]
anat. regular type [Typus regularis] [connective tissue]regulärer Typ {m} [Bindegewebe]
FoodInd. gastr. tenderizing (meat) [marinating, braising, use of bacterial enzymes etc. to break down the tough connective tissue of beef]Mürben {n} [Verfahren wie Marinieren, Schmoren, Verwendung von bakteriellen Enzymen, um Fleisch mürbe zu machen]
biol. tissue change [also: change in tissue]Gewebeveränderung {f}
biochem. tissue engineering <TE>Gewebekonstruktion {f} [Tissue Engineering]
3 Words: Others
market. sniff-through-secure {adj} [tissue]durchschnupfsicher [Papiertaschentuch]
3 Words: Nouns
med. avulsion of skin [from soft tissue] [degloving]Décollement {n} [Hautablederung]
med. soft tissue cancer [also: soft-tissue cancer]Weichteilkrebs {m}
MedTech. soft-tissue window [also: soft tissue window]Weichteilfenster {n}
5+ Words: Others
FireResc med. RICE: Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation [mnemonic for a treatment method for soft tissue injuries]PECH: Pause, Eis, Compression, Hochlagern [Pech-Regel]
5+ Words: Nouns
med. skin and soft tissue infection [infection of the skin and soft tissue of the skin]Zellulitis {f} [Phlegmone]
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