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Reviewing applications can be fun and only takes a few minutes. KudoZ activity Questions: 6 none open Answers: 0. Grading comment Because it was much more commonly used. Thanks, I couldn't find a good translation anywhere.
Discussion entries: 2. In the summary, which was translated by someone else, they had put it as "bronchial obstruction syndrome" which didn't seem very accurate. I don't like "Pertussis-like syndrome" because it seems rather vague, but it also seems to be much more commonly used than "Coqueluchoide Syndrome. Searching for "coqueluchiode syndrome" won't give anything because it's mis-spelled!
Pertussis-like syndrome? It was a bad idea to make this top-of-the-head suggestion a few minutes after the question was posted. But I've learned, and won't be doing it again. Automatic update in Pertussis-like syndrome. Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer. Coqueluchoide Syndrome. Peer comments on this reference comment and responses from the reference poster.
Return to KudoZ list. You have native languages that can be verified You can request verification for native languages by completing a simple application that takes only a couple of minutes. View applications. Close and don't show again Close. Close search. Term search Jobs Translators Clients Forums. Term search All of ProZ. Spanish term or phrase:. Local time: Explanation: Pertussis-like syndrome, a clinical picture similar to whooping cough, is one of the most common lower respiratory syndromes in the pediatric practice in recent years.
Luke Mersh. DLyons Ireland. Pertussis-like syndrome Explanation: Pertussis-like syndrome, a clinical picture similar to whooping cough, is one of the most common lower respiratory syndromes in the pediatric practice in recent years. Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer agree. Bacteria enter the air Muriel Vasconcellos. Login to enter a peer comment or grade.
I found a number of English references. Notes to answerer Asker: Thanks for the suggestion. I actually like this answer better but I can't find as many references. When I search "Coqueluchoide", Spanish websites inevitably pop up, which was my initial problem. But thanks a lot for all your help. DLyons : This is the natural answer.
Refs are convincing. The incidence of this bacterial infection increases Peer comments on this reference comment and responses from the reference poster agree.
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