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rakia + epidural?

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This is a medical term. Does it mean the same as "spinal" in U.S. hospitals? Or is the same as epidural in U.S. hospitals? Or is it some other variant in this type of anesthesia? Thanks!

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updated JUL 5, 2010
posted by ahbuela
In fact, it is "Raquia" in spanish, and epidural it's the same, because it comes from ancient greek. - Sargento-Chinicuil, JUL 5, 2010

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