The spelling of the medical term "Thiry-Vella fistula" can be challenging. The word is pronounced as /ˈθɪəri ˈvɛlə fɪsˈtjuːlə/ using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) transcription. The term is named after two physicians, Dr. Thiry and Dr. Vella, who first described the condition. A fistula refers to an abnormal connection between two body parts, while Thiry-Vella describes a type of fistula connecting the stomach to the duodenum. Accurate spelling of medical terms is crucial, as miscommunication can result in serious consequences for the patient.

Common Misspellings for THIRY-VELLA FISTULA

  • rhiry-vella fistula
  • fhiry-vella fistula
  • ghiry-vella fistula
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  • tuiry-vella fistula
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  • thury-vella fistula
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  • thkry-vella fistula
  • thory-vella fistula
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  • thiey-vella fistula
  • thidy-vella fistula

1855 words made out of letters THIRY-VELLA FISTULA

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