How to name Organs of the Human Body in Haitian Creole

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This month we will be posting videos featuring Haitian Creole Anatomy.

There are different ways to name many of the organs. A medical student in Haiti may call the bladder “vesi”, whereas a Haitian patient would call the bladder a “blad/sak pipi” or urine sac. It’s important for translators and healthcare professionals to be familiar with both terms and use them accordingly.

Here is a video on Organs of the Human Body in Haitian Creole. Be sure to visit our YouTube Channel to see more videos. Before leaving, remember to subscribe so that you get our weekly Creole Vocabulary Videos.


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