Inori no Karte #02

I’m so sorry for the very long delay, but here’s finally to ep 2!

Suwano’s training destination this episode is surgery, with Yuya’s father as his mentor.

The patient Suwano is in charge of is diagnosed with cancer, but this patient refuses the recommended treatment and keeps insisting that his illness is not cancer. Suwano then analyzes the medical chart to find out what’s going on.

Translation notes

  • Endoscopic surgery is performed using a scope, a flexible tube with a camera and light at the tip. This allows the surgeon to see inside the patient’s colon and perform procedures without making major incisions, allowing for easier recovery time and less pain and discomfort.
  • Open surgery is the traditional type of surgery in which an incision is made using a scalpel.
  • A gastrectomy is a medical procedure where all or part of the stomach is surgically removed. When diagnosed with stomach cancer, the recommended treatment may be a partial or total removal of the stomach.
  • Lesion is a region in an organ or tissue which has suffered damage through injury or disease, such as a wound, ulcer, abscess, or tumor. A lesion may be benign (not cancer) or malignant (cancer).
  • Gastrointestinal endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) is a procedure to remove precancerous, early-stage cancer or other abnormal tissues (lesions) from the digestive tract.
  • Mucous membrane is the moist, inner lining of some organs and body cavities (such as the nose, mouth, lungs, and stomach). Glands in the mucous membrane make mucus (a thick, slippery fluid). Also called mucosa.
  • Intramucosal carcinoma or carcinoma in situ (Tis) is a term to describe malignant change that is only confined to the colonic or rectal mucosa.
  • Non-refundable life insurance policy: With a standard term life insurance policy, you won’t receive any payout if you outlive your covered term. Return of premium (ROP) is a type of term life insurance policy that provides a death benefit to your beneficiaries if you die during the term of your policy, but refunds the premiums you’ve paid if you outlive the policy term.

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9 responses to “Inori no Karte #02”

  1. hi! thanks for these 2 episods, so great job! and you also do translation notes, it’s very useful and intersting. so, I’m enjoying watching this j-drama, can I use your sub for translation? (of course putting your name in the credits.) ^^

    1. Hi, yes you may do so 🙂
      Would appreciate if you can share me the community where you’re intending to repost the translation 🙂

      1. thanks! of course, I’ll share you the community.
        but I’m just the beginner, it seems like that these subs are hardsubs, and I’ve tried to separate them from the video, but it was difficult, maybe you can share with softsubs or smth like that? sorry, if it’s quite annoying for you

      2. Hi, sorry but I don’t provide softsubs 😦

  2. thank you very much for ep. 2! I bet all those medical terms are quite challenging to translate!

    1. It is challenging!
      Medical drama is something i’ve been trying to avoid so far, but this time it’s unavoidable since it’s Tamamori 🙈
      I hope the translation makes sense though!

  3. Hello there, thanks a lot for your hardwork subbing this difficult medical term. Otsukare.
    I love when Dr Suwano slept during operation (lol) and yes, we sometime fall asleep because intern is too much tiring. Especially during operation because it’s too cool there (^^;) (as intern usually do not involve in important steps in the operation, all we do is retracting/holding the instrument so it’s easily to day-dreaming)
    We love to talk a lot too during operation, not related to patient or the operation at all
    I really love the reality of the medical field as shown in this drama. I definitely can feel and relate everything that Dr Suwano did in this episode.
    Can’t wait to share this drama with my fellow new intern, let them study how Dr Suwano manage his patient. For my opinion, he did very well clerking every case with so much details.

    P/S: sorry for nagging a lot (^^;)

    Thanks again! Have a good day!

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