Diccionario crítico de dudas inglés-español de medicina by Fernando A. Navarro

By Fernando A. Navarro

??Cu??l es l. a. traducci??n correcta de anglicismos tan frecuentes como borderline, by-pass, oxidative tension, doping, scanner, suggestions, anion-gap, pool, rash, screening, surprise o Western blot???Es mejor decir candidiasis o candidosis, trombopenia o trombocitopenia, gluc??geno o glic??geno, doxorrubicina o doxorubicina, zigoto o cigoto???Qu?? diferencias hay entre adrenalina y epinefrina, glucosa y dextrosa, paracetamol y acetaminofeno, espectrometr??a y espectrofotometr??a???Deben acentuarse las palabras t??ctil (o tactil), prote??na (o proteina), pri??n (o prion), dermat??fito (o dermatofito), oncog??n (u oncogen) y hem??lisis (o hemolisis)???Acierta o se equivoca l. a. actual Academia Espa??ola cuando otorga g??nero femenino a palabras como autoclave, mixedema, z??ster, goma, anasarca, asma, hidrocele o estroma?Por primera vez, uno de los m??ximos especialistas en cuestiones de traducci??n y lenguaje m??dicos ofrece respuestas razonadas a todas estas preguntas, en un completo diccionario de dudas que incluye m??s de veinte mil palabras y expresiones inglesas de traducci??n dif??cil o enga??osa. Porque el ingl??s anthrax no significa ??ntrax, su frenectomy no es nuestra frenectom??a, matron no es matrona, un anesthetist no es un anestesista, proof no es evidencia, osteoarthritis no significa osteoartritis, pest no es l. a. peste, y tampoco slumbering affliction es los angeles enfermedad del sue??o.El diccionario de Navarro est?? llamado a convertirse, sin duda, en obra de referencia imprescindible para m??dicos, farmac??uticos, bi??logos, traductores especializados y redactores cient??ficos.

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