How do you Translate a Medical Report?
By Elodie Charvet, Lingolet Team
It is very risky to translate a medical report with an interpreter or translator who is not certified in the medical field. Medical language is accurate, and a mistake can cost the hospital money.
The best way to translate a medical report is to use a certified interpreter to proofread the document(s).
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