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Deutsch-Englisch-Übersetzung für: [syndrome]
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Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: [syndrome]
hyperkinetic {adj} [e.g. child, syndrome]
hyperkinetischmed.
savant [person with savant syndrome]
Inselbegabter {m}psych.
savant [female] [person with savant syndrome]
Inselbegabte {f}psych.
korophobia [koro syndrome]
Korophobie {f} [Angst vor Penisschwund]psych.
savants [people with savant syndrome]
Inselbegabte {pl}psych.
mongolism [Down's syndrome]
Mongolismus {m} [Down-Syndrom]med.
[Uhthoff's phenomenon, Uhthoff's syndrome, Uhthoff's sign, Uhthoff's symptom; sometimes incorrectly spelled Uthoff's / Uthoff phenomenon, etc.]
Uthoff-Phänomen {n} [FALSCH für: Uhthoff-Phänomen; nach Wilhelm Uhthoff, dt. Ophthalmologe]med.
Asperger's [coll.] [Asperger's syndrome, Asperger disorder]
Asperger {n} [ugs.] [Asperger-Syndrom]med.
Cushingoid [pseudo-Cushing's syndrome]
Cushingoid {n} [Pseudo-Cushing-Syndrom]med.
endobrachyesophagus <EBE> [Am.] [Barrett syndrome]
Endobrachyösophagus {m} [veraltend] [Barrett-Syndrom]med.
endobrachyoesophagus <EBO> [Br.] [Barrett syndrome]
Endobrachyösophagus {m} [veraltend] [Barrett-Syndrom]med.
syllogomania [rare] [compulsive hoarding, Diogenes syndrome, senile squalor syndrome]
Syllogomanie {f} [selten] [Messie- oder Diogenes-Syndrom, Vermüllungssyndrom]neol.psych.
Aagenaes syndrome <AS> [cholestasis-lymphedema syndrome]
Aagenaes-Syndrom {n}med.
Adamantiades syndrome [also: Behçet's syndrome, Morbus Behçet, Morbus Adamantiades-Behçet]
Morbus Adamantiades-Behçet {m} [Morbus Behçet]med.
adventitial bursitis [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
AIDS syndrome [coll.] [AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome]
AIDS-Syndrom {n} [ugs.] [AIDS, erworbenes Immunmangelsyndrom]med.
Alström syndrome <AS> [also: Alstrom syndrome]
Alström-Syndrom {n} <AS>med.
angularis syndrome [Gerstmann's syndrome]
Angularissyndrom {n}med.
Apert hand [Apert syndrome]
Apert-Hand {f} [Apert-Syndrom]med.
arthritis urethritica [Reiter's syndrome]
Reiter-Krankheit {f}med.
Aubry syndrome [less common] [Hallermann-Streiff syndrome]
Hallermann-Streiff-Syndrom {n} <HSS>med.
Balkans syndrome [also known as Gulf War syndrome]
Balkan-Syndrom {n} [auch bekannt als Golfkriegssyndrom]med.
Bloom's syndrome <BS, BSyn> [also: Bloom syndrome]
kongenitales teleangiektatisches Syndrom {n} [Bloom-Syndrom]med.
bugaboo forearm [coll.] [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
Charcot's syndrome [also: Charcot syndrome] [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophische Lateralsklerose]med.
craniocarpotarsal dysplasia [Freeman-Sheldon syndrome]
cranio-carpo-tarsale Dysplasie {f} [craniocarpotarsale Dysplasie] [Freeman-Sheldon-Syndrom]med.
craniocarpotarsal dystrophy [Freeman-Sheldon syndrome]
Cranio-carpo-tarsal-Dystrophie {f} [craniocarpotarsale / cranio-carpo-tarsale Dystrophie] [Freeman-Sheldon-Syndrom]med.
crepitating peritendinitis [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
Cross syndrome [short for: Cross-McKusick-Breen syndrome]
Cross-Syndrom {n} [kurz für: Cross-McKusick-Breen-Syndrom]med.
crossover syndrome [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
crossover tendinitis [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
DiGeorge syndrome [also Di George syndrome]
Thymusaplasie {f}med.
dry eyes {pl} [syndrome caused by video / computer games]
Gamer-Eye-Syndrom {n} [Syndrom des trockenen Auges]med.
gamer's thumb [de Quervain syndrome]
Spielerdaumen {m} [ugs.]med.
gonadal streak [as found in Turner's syndrome]
Streakgonade {f}med.
Horner's syndrome [also: Horner syndrome, Bernard Horner syndrome, Claude Bernard Horner syndrome]
Horner-Trias {f} [auch: Horner'sche Trias]med.
Hughes syndrome [antiphospholipid syndrome]
Hughes-Syndrom {n}med.
infantile spasms [West syndrome]
infantile Spasmen {pl} [maligne Säuglingsepilepsie, West-Syndrom]med.
intercapillary glomerulonephritis [Nephropathia diabetica] [Kimmelstiel-Wilson syndrome]
diabetische Glomerulohyalinose {f} [Kimmelstiel-Wilson-Syndrom]med.
jackknife convulsions [West syndrome]
Klappmesser-Krämpfe {pl} [West-Syndrom]med.
Jacobsen syndrome <JS> [also Jacobsen's syndrome]
Jacobsen-Syndrom {n} <JS>med.
Joubert syndrome [also Joubert's syndrome]
Joubert-Syndrom {n}med.
jumper's knee [patella tip syndrome]
Patellaspitzensyndrom {n} <PSS>med.
Kallmann syndrome <KS> [also Kallmann's syndrome]
Kallmann-Syndrom {n} <KS>med.
Kartagener syndrome <KS> [also Kartagener's syndrome]
Kartagener-Syndrom {n}med.
Kennedy's phenomenon [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy syndrome]
Kennedy-Syndrom {n}med.
Kennedy's syndrome [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy syndrome]
Kennedy-Syndrom {n} [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy-Syndrom]med.
keratitis sicca [Keratoconjunctivitis sicca] [dry eye syndrome]
Syndrom {n} des trockenen Augesmed.
Kindler syndrome [also Kindler's syndrome]
Kindler-Syndrom {n}med.
Lennox syndrome [Lennox-Gaustaut syndrome]
Lennox-Syndrom {n} [Lennox-Gaustaut-Syndrom]med.
massive myoclonia [West syndrome, infantile spasms]
massive Myoklonie {f} [selten] [West-Syndrom]med.
Milkman's syndrome [also: Milkman syndrome]
Milkman-Syndrom {n}med.
Milkman'sches Syndrom {n}med.
MISME syndrome [multiple inherited schwannomas, meningiomas, and ependymomas syndrome] [neurofibromatosis type 2]
Neurofibromatose {f} Typ II <NF II, NF2>med.
mitten hand [Apert syndrome, type II]
Geburtshelferhand {f} [Apert-Syndrom, Typ II]med.
mommy thumb [Am.] [coll.] [de Quervain syndrome]
Hausfrauendaumen {m} [Quervain-Krankheit] [ugs.]med.
mommy thumb [coll.] [de Quervain syndrome]
Quervain-Krankheit {f} [Sehnenscheidenentzündung]med.
Mongolian idiocy [obs.] [Down's syndrome]
[veraltete Bezeichnung für Down-Syndrom]med.
mother's wrist [coll.] [de Quervain syndrome]
Sehnenscheidenentzündung {f}med.
Hausfrauendaumen {m} [ugs.] [Quervain-Krankheit]med.
mouse arm [coll.] [repetitive strain injury syndrome]
Mausarm {m} [ugs.] [RSI-Syndrom]med.
mouse elbow [coll.] [repetitive strain injury syndrome]
Mausellenbogen {m} [ugs.] [RSI-Syndrom]med.
myalgic encephalomyelitis <ME> [esp. Br.] [chronic fatigue syndrome]
myalgische Enzephalomyelitis {f} <ME> [chronisches Erschöpfungssyndrom]med.
nappy brain [coll. for: baby brain syndrome]
Mutterschaftsdemenz {f} [ugs.]med.psych.
nervous bowels {pl} [coll.] [irritable bowel syndrome]
nervöser Darm {m} [ugs.] [Reizkolon]med.
oarsman's wrist [also: oarsman's forearm] [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Rudererhandgelenk {n} [selten] [Intersektionssyndrom]med.
oculomandibulofacial syndrome [Hallermann-Streiff syndrome]
Vogelkrankheit {f} [Hallermann-Streiff-Syndrom]med.
Hallermann-Streiff-Syndrom {n} <HSS> [auch: Hallermann-Streiff-Francois Syndrom]med.
oculosympathetic palsy [Horner's syndrome]
Horner-Syndrom {n}med.
parkinsonian syndrome <PS> [also: Parkinsonian syndrome]
parkinsonsches Syndrom {n} <PS>med.
Parkinson'sches Syndrom {n} <PS>med.
polyarthritis enterica [also rare: polyarteritis enterica] [Reiter syndrome]
Reiter-Krankheit {f}med.
Pott's fracture [also: Pott's syndrome I] [archaic, or coll. in the U.S. for a bimalleolar fracture]
Pott-Fraktur {f} [veraltend]med.
Ritter's disease [Dermatitis exfoliativa neonatorum] [staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome]
Ritter'sche Erkrankung {f}med.
rosebud hand [Apert syndrome, type III]
Apert-Syndrom {n}, Typ IIImed.
Ross' syndrome <RS> [also Ross syndrome]
Ross-Syndrom {n}med.
Rotor syndrome <RS> [also Rotor's syndrome]
Rotor-Syndrom {n}med.
rower's wrist [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Ruderhandgelenk {n} [selten] [Intersektionssyndrom]med.
salaam spasms {pl} [West syndrome, West's syndrome]
Blitz-Nick-Salaam-Epilepsie {f} <BNS-Epilepsie> [Salaam-Spasmen]med.
salaam tics [jackknife attacks, West syndrome]
West-Syndrom {n}med.
secretary's disease [coll.] [esp. RSI syndrome]
Sekretärinnenkrankheit {f} [ugs.] [bes. RSI-Syndrom]med.
shaker pig [Myoclonia congenita] [congenital tremor syndrome]
Ferkelzittern {n}VetMed.
Shone's complex [Shone's syndrome]
Shone-Komplex {m}med.
Sneddon's syndrome <SS> [also Sneddon syndrome]
Sneddon-Syndrom {n}med.
soldier's heart [archaic] [Da Costa's syndrome]
Soldatenherz {n} [veraltet] [Da-Costa-Syndrom]med.
spade hand [Apert syndrome, type I]
Apert-Hand {f}, Typ I [Apert-Syndrom, Typ I]med.
spastic colon [sometimes used for: irritable bowel syndrome]
Reizkolon {n}med.
spindly legs [spindly leg syndrome] [frogs, toads]
Streichholzbeinchen {pl} [Frösche, Unken]VetMed.zool.
squeaker's wrist [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
Intersektionssyndrom {n}med.
Stieda's shadow [Köhler-Pellegrini-Stieda syndrome]
Stieda-Pellegrini-Köhler-Schatten {m}med.
subcutaneous perimyositis [Peritendinitis crepitans] [intersection syndrome]
subkutane Perimyositis {f} [Intersektionssyndrom]med.
Sudeck's disease [dated] [complex regional pain syndrome]
Morbus Sudeck {m} [veraltet] [komplexes regionales Schmerzsyndrom]med.
survivor syndrome <SS> [also: survivor's syndrome]
Überlebendensyndrom {n} [auch: Überlebenden-Syndrom]psych.
swimmer's shoulder [impingement syndrome]
Schwimmerschulter {f} [Impingementsyndrom]med.
swinging heart [swinging heart syndrome]
schwingendes Herz {n} [Swinging-Heart-Syndrom]med.
TAR syndrome [thrombocytopenia-absent radius syndrome]
TAR-Syndrom {n}med.
thalamic pain [syndrome of Déjerine and Roussy]
Thalamusschmerz {m}med.
thrower's shoulder [impingement syndrome]
Werferschulter {f} [Impingementsyndrom]med.
trembling piglets [Myoclonia congenita] [congenital tremor syndrome]
Ferkelzittern {n}VetMed.
trench foot [immersion foot syndrome]
Grabenfuß {m} [Immersionsfuß]med.
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