Traducción de appendicitis en Español:

appendicitis

apendicitis, n.

Pronunciación /əˌpɛndəˈsaɪdəs//əˌpɛndɪˈsʌɪtɪs/

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    apendicitis femenino
    • For this reason, it may cover up the signs of overdose caused by other medicines or the symptoms of appendicitis.
    • The symptoms of appendicitis can vary, but they usually start with a pain in the middle of the abdomen, around the tummy button, that comes and goes.
    • Well we've been talking about the waxing and waning of asthma and appendicitis.
    • Its altered position would make symptoms of appendicitis difficult to determine in the future.
    • The classic symptoms of appendicitis are abdominal pain, fever, loss of appetite, and vomiting.
    • The symptoms of appendicitis can vary according to your child's age.
    • Laxative use can be dangerous if constipation is caused by a serious condition such as appendicitis or a bowel obstruction.
    • The appendix in man is medically important because of its propensity to become inflamed in the condition known as acute appendicitis.
    • This attitude results in early appendectomy in patients with clinical symptoms of appendicitis.
    • Kevin was beginning to fear that he had some sort of rare, strange disease, like appendicitis or kidney stones, or maybe stomach ulcers.
    • Already some smaller district hospitals are refusing to operate on children suffering from common conditions such as appendicitis.
    • Sometimes these symptoms are mistaken for the flu or appendicitis.
    • An elevated white blood cell count has a low predictive value for appendicitis because it is present in a number of conditions.
    • The initiating signal for this and all other forms of clinical appendicitis still remains elusive.
    • He is said to have extracted medicine from plants and treated diseases such as appendicitis, gout and arthritis.
    • A hospital spokesman said that appendicitis was a common condition but to have two cases in the same family in such a short time was rare.
    • The pain is generally present without any palpation; for example, the painful abdomen associated with appendicitis.
    • A clinical diagnosis of acute appendicitis was made, and the patient was operated on the same day.
    • The clinical presentation in all 7 cases was an acute abdomen with florid acute appendicitis.
    • Both times I was in the surgical ward along with patients with relatively minor problems like haemorrhoids or appendicitis.