Ultraschall Med. Jun;9(3) [ Aneurysma spurium of the pancreaticoduodenal artery]. [Article in German]. Fröhlich E(1), Frühmorgen P, Stahl E. Here we report of a patient with extensive bleeding caused by an aneurysma spurium of the arteria hepatica dextra induced by a laparoscopic. Es wird erstmalig ein Aneurysma spurium der A. hepatic dextra nach laparoskopischer Cholezystektomie bei einer 55jährigen Patientin sowie dessen Therapie.
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Term search All of ProZ. German term or phrase: Spuriun this actually a term in English? I find a lot of hits for it, but I am not convinced that this is an accepted term in English as well as German German and other languages often use Latin where English wouldn’t.
English PRO pts in category: Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer agree. Yes, pseudoaneurysm or false aneurysm.
Login to enter a peer comment or grade. It should of course read aneurYsm. Ellen Kraus Austria Local time: German PRO pts in category: Peer comments on this answer and responses from the answerer disagree.
Interestingly I now find that it was not posted. Besides, maybe by way of exception, the term is frequently used in English, too, because its definition would be a pretty lengthy one. The spelling is with a “y”, both in German and in English i. Besides, i find it strange to distribute disagrees or neutrals on account of a spelling mistake.