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Results for: corneal reflexTranslations 1 - 17 of 17
 English Japanese (Kanji)
corneal reflex角膜反射 [かくまくはんしゃ]
abdominal wall reflex腹壁反射 [ふくへきはんしゃ]
Achilles tendon reflexアキレス腱反射 [アキレスけんはんしゃ]
corneal transplant角膜移植 [かくまくいしょく]
corneal xerosis角膜乾燥症 [かくまくかんそうしょう]
digital single lens reflex camera, digital SLR cameraデジイチ
gag reflex咽頭反射 [いんとうはんしゃ]
kneecap (patellar) reflex膝蓋腱反射 [しつがいけんはんしゃ]
postural reflex姿勢反射 [しせいはんしゃ]
reflection, reverberation, reflex (medical)反射 [はんしゃ]
reflex action反射運動 [はんしゃうんどう]
reflex action反射作用 [はんしゃさよう]
reflex cameraレフ
reflex cameraレフレックスカメラ
single lens reflex camera一眼レフカメラ [いちがんレフカメラ]
single-lens reflex camera一眼レフ [いちがんレフ]
spinal reflex脊髄反射 [せきずいはんしゃ]
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