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    How do you translate vestibular movement to Spanish.

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    Hi Clarisa, without context, it's hard to know exactly but try these definitions and see what applies the best.
    vestibular:
    Estructura del oído medio donde se ubican los otolitos, células responsables del equilibrio.
    www.puc.cl/sw_educ/enferm/ciclo/html/grales/glosario.htm

    Relativo al vestíbulo
    www.hacfsa.gov.ar/es/index.php
    If still, no help, please, give us more context...
    Realmente, el destino del mundo depende, en primer lugar, de los estadistas y, en segundo lugar, de los intérpretes.
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    I also found this: In dental anatomy, used to refer to the tooth surface directed toward the vestibule of the mouth.
    translated as: línea de las cúspides vestibulares...WOW!!!
    Realmente, el destino del mundo depende, en primer lugar, de los estadistas y, en segundo lugar, de los intérpretes.
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    We are conducting a research study on premature infants and part of our intervention is to offer ATVV stimulation to our participants.

    A=Audio
    T=Tactile
    V=Vision
    V=Vestibular (rocking motion)


    The vestibular system, designed to register head and body motion as well as the pull of gravity begins developing at about 8 weeks.


    Movement is registered not only through the vestibular nerves of the inner ear, but also throughout proprioceptive and kinesthetic nerves located in bones, joints, muscles, fascia, and ligaments throughout the body, and through proprioceptive nerves in the organs, glands, vessels, and nerves. Movement is also registered by each cell of the body .

    Hope this helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandraT
    Hi Clarisa, without context, it's hard to know exactly but try these definitions and see what applies the best.
    vestibular:
    Estructura del oído medio donde se ubican los otolitos, células responsables del equilibrio.
    www.puc.cl/sw_educ/enferm/ciclo/html/grales/glosario.htm

    Relativo al vestíbulo
    www.hacfsa.gov.ar/es/index.php
    If still, no help, please, give us more context...

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    I would say vestibular...quite easy!

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    I guess is a congnated word such as chocolate.

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    Hi Clarisa,
    It looks like they are not talking about a "vestibular movement". The paper is actually describing the role that the vestibular system plays in detecting and controlling motion and all sorts of movements. As a native Spanish speaker, it simply translates as "vestibular".

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    Se habla en medicina de "sistema vestibular".

    El sistema vestibular es el que nos enseña a mantener constantemente el equilibrio y a regular nuestra postura.

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    The translation of vestibular movement is movimiento vestibular.
    The vestibular system a complex system integrated by the inner ear and several brain nuclei.
    Some neurologic signs like nistagmus come when this system is damages. Also the patient walks funny, and mostly walks towards the affected side (right or left)

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