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ent transliteration of anthroponyms and the difficulty of their pronunciation. Terms-eponyms that have several different meanings represent a particular difficulty for the translator. Key words: eponymous terms, medical professionals, medical texts, translation, difficulties. The problem of research. The translation problem of epony-mous medical terminology is that the translation of medical ...

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The Use of Eponyms for Surgical Approaches and Fractures ...

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The use of eponymous terms in orthopedic trauma surgery is common. In an assessment pre-training versus post-training at an AO Advanced Elbow Trauma Course, we aimed to report on (1) the accuracy and (2) reliability of 10 common eponymous terms used for surgical approaches and fractures in elbow surgery. Before training, eponyms were described correctly in 38% of questions versus 47% after ...

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Reflections on Eponyms in Neuroscience Terminology

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eponymous terms means “naming in-stead of describing.” This second ob-jection, that eponyms merely name, or label, and do not describe, the ob-ject or idea in question, continued to be the rallying cry of those who ob-jected to the use of eponyms as a means of coining scientific words (Henwood and Rival, 1980). An eponym can also be defined as the name(s) of one or more individu-als who ...

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Are eponyms used correctly or not? A literature review ...

Are eponyms used correctly or not? A literature review ...

The use of eponymous terms probably cannot be avoided, but since the majority of eponymous terms are not used properly and understanding of its meaning and content varies from surgeon to surgeon, we should be keen on explaining the meaning of eponymous terms when using them. Introduction When the name of an inventor or discoverer is used to describe a condition, procedure or fracture it is ...

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The Old Intelligencer Eponymy in Mathematical Nomenclature ...

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eponymous terms means finaming instead of describing.fl This second objection Πthat eponyms merely name, or label, and do not , describethe object or idea in question Πcontinued to be the rallying cry of those who objected to the use of eponymy as a means of coining new scientific words. Throughout the biological and medical sciences the general movement has been towards the elimination ...

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Eponymous medical terms as a source of terminological ...

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Eponymous medical terms as a source of terminological variation Maja Lončar, Ana Ostroški Anić Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics eponym (ἐπί – upon, ὄνυµα – name): a term derived from a person’s name eponymization honours a person who made a certain contribution eponymy as a highest standard of acknowledgment in science (Merton 1973) scientists are far more ...

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EPONYMS OR DESCRIPTIVE EQUIVALENT TERMS THE QUESTION OF ...

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use of eponyms and descriptive terms. The work is divided into four main parts. The first part provides a classification of the various types of medical eponyms, according to the types of names they can include. The second part is an examination of the current controversy about eponyms, with a discussion of the main reasons in favour of and against their use in medical discourse. The third ...

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mentation regarding use of the eponymous terms. Methods and results This study was carried out in two phases – first phase in 1998 and second phase in 2008. In the first phase, we searched manually the terms "Down syndrome" and "Down's syndrome" in the indexes of 70 medical books published during 1990–97, and the annual indexes (1996–97) of 50 medical journals related to obstetrics ...

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1. Introduction to the Human Body

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Such terms are called eponymous terms. Unfortunately in anatomical and medical sciences the vast number of such terms causes undue burden on the memory of the student. Other arguments against eponymous terminology are beyond the scope of this reader. By international convention, eponymous terms are avoided these days, instead, descriptive anatomical terms are used. As the last word I may say ...

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The use of the eponym “Barrett’s” to describe CLE is not justified from a historical point of view for the following reasons: 1 There are at least eight critiques for the use of eponymous terms in medicine, which can all be applied to the term “Barrett’s esophagus”.36,54,55 These critiques include: (i)

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