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Old 23-09-2010, 02:21 PM   #1
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Old 23-09-2010, 04:34 PM   #2
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Those are Serge Tixa's, aren't they?
Many years ago, I was approached to translate these into English by a New York publisher - was already in contract negotiations when the French publisher decided to stop the process.... I still have the Fench copies.
Good for students! They mention most of the major nerves and their location.
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Those are Serge Tixa's, aren't they?
Many years ago, I was approached to translate these into English by a New York publisher - was already in contract negotiations when the French publisher decided to stop the process.... I still have the Fench copies.
Good for students! They mention most of the major nerves and their location.
You're right, Sebastian. I'm yet a student and hope for many years but my anatomy and palpation skill need a serious refinement/enhancement.
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Hey Bas, then your french must be pretty good?

Allez, montre nous tes talents de traducteur!
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Perso j'utilise le livre de Barral et Croibier ; c'est un sacrilège (ostéo ) mais les palpations y sont bien décrites avec schémas, repérages et rapports ... le point faible c'est qu'ils y rajoutent des palpations de type "écoute"...
Je profite qu'on soit dans l'anatomie pour vous passer cette adresse que j'aime bien pour les dissections :
http://jdc.jefferson.edu/vghd/
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Frédéric, mon français n'est pas mauvais, mais j'ai besoin de beaucoup de pratique!
Je ne l'ai pas parlé depuis 2000, mais traduire à l'anglais n'est pas mauvais. ...
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Many years ago, I was approached to translate these into English by a New York publisher - was already in contract negotiations when the French publisher decided to stop the process....
Neurophile is actually working with Serge Tixa. Perhaps there is now a good opportunity for a translation?
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Bon , je me suis fait un plaisir possessif...
Beau, belles illustrations et bons commentaires.
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Wh's kind of book at this thread you all guys told about that?
Is it palpation books? I guess..
Was it published in English at all over the world?
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There are French books, sorry.
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Wh's kind of book at this thread you all guys told about that?
Is it palpation books? I guess..
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Hi,
I met Serge Tixa yesterday. He confirmed his books "Atlas of Palpatory Anatomy" are translated in English, Chinese and even Taiwanese
We are working together on 3 books of clinical neurodynamic applications, a complement for Shacklock's book.

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On m'a prêté le tome 2 en attendant le 1 ... beau, clair et concis ... peut être un peu trop concis sur le tissu nerveux et les vaisseaux d'ailleurs par rapport aux descriptions osseuses et musculaires ...
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