-Cette outil traduit plus de 700 termes en dermatologie du français à l’anglais et vice versa.
-De plus il permet de rattacher le nom d’une personne soit ayant décrit une maladie de peau ou ayant donné son nom à celle-ci.

NB: Les maladies avec uniquement un éponyme (donc identique en français ou en anglais) ne sont pas toujours incluses.

-Cette outil traduit plus de 700 termes en dermatologie du français à l’anglais et vice versa.
-De plus il permet de rattacher le nom d’une personne soit ayant décrit une maladie de peau ou ayant donné son nom à celle-ci.

NB: Les maladies avec uniquement un éponyme (donc identique en français ou en anglais) ne sont pas toujours incluses.

Translator of Medical Dermatological Terms

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – A (For Professionals)

Saturday, October 15th, 2011




Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Gingivo-stomatite herpétique aiguë Acute herpetic gingivostomatitis Hidosadénite aiguë Acute […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – B (For Professionals)

Saturday, October 15th, 2011




Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Syndrome du babouin Baboon syndrome Angiomatose bacillaire Bacillary Angiomatosis […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – C (For Professionals)

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Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Tache Café-au-lait Cafe-au-lait spot (CALS) Epine calcanéene Calcaneal spur […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – D (For Professionals)

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Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Etat pelliculaire Dandruff Pellicules (pityriasis capitis) Dandruff (pityriasis capitis) […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – E (For Professionals)

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Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Chromidrose eccrine Eccrine chromhidrosis Syringométaplasie eccrine épidermoïde Eccrine epidermois […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – F (For Professionals)

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Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Dermite granulomateuse peri-orale juvénile (FACE) FACE=facial Afro-caribbean cutaneous eruption […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – G (For Professionals)

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Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Syndrome de Gardner-Diamond (syndrome des ecchyomses douloureuses) Gardner-Diamond syndrome […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – H (For Professionals)

Saturday, October 15th, 2011




Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Ongle équisegmenté Half-and-half nail Syndrome main-pied-bouche Hand-foot and mouth […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – IJK (For Professionals)

Saturday, October 15th, 2011




Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Ichtyose Ichtyosis Ichtyose vulaire Ichtyosis vulgaris Hypomélanose en gouttes […]

Translator Of Medical Terms In Dermatology – L (For Professionals)

Saturday, October 15th, 2011




Dr Christophe HSU – dermatologist. Geneva, Switzerland The first column contains the term in French. The second column contains the translated equivalent in English. The third column contains the name of individuals  associated with the term (either they described the term, or the term is eponymous…). Corps lamellaires Lamellar bodies Ichtyose lamellaire Lamellar ichtyosis Parapsoriasis […]

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