In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Anatomíalarge bowel — intestino grueso masculino
- to move / open one's bowels — hacer de vientre
- One baby was lying on each side of her stomach but her bowel sat in a band across it, and was so heavy it was like carrying a third child.
- When the disease affects only the rectum - the final portion of the bowel, it is known as proctitis.
- The doctor will listen to your description of symptoms and will probably want to know about your bowel habit.
- The pelvic floor is formed of layers of muscle that support the uterus, bowel and bladder.
- Most infections are caused by bacteria that live harmlessly in your bowel.
- Terrified and claustrophobic she vomited and evacuated her bowel and bladder.
- Other operations included a double bowel and bladder transplant and treatment for a burst appendix.
- So when you say permeability you mean the bowel literally becomes more leaky than it should be.
- The large intestine or large bowel consists of the colon and the section before the anus, the rectum.
- There are plans for a national bowel screening program to begin here in Australia.
- Cancer of the small bowel, the longer, thinner part of the intestines is much rarer.
- Peritonitis causes the normal bowel movement to stop and the bowel to become blocked.
- The upper cut end of the bowel is brought out through this opening and the edges are stitched to the margins of the opening.
- Try taking some laxatives to help the muscles of the bowel to constrict.
- This misplaced tissue may be found on the ovaries, uterus, bowel, pelvis and abdomen.
- Less commonly, endometriosis can occur on the bladder, bowel or other organs.
- The colon is the large intestine or lower bowel and sits in the abdomen, forming the last part of the digestive tract.
- In contrast to those of the large bowel, benign villous adenomas of the urinary tract are rare.
- It often affects more than one part of the bowel leaving normal, unaffected areas in-between.
- It coats the inside of the bowel and makes it easier to see on the x-rays.
literarioin the bowels of the earth — en las entrañas de la tierra literario
- Deep in bowels of the mansion was the epicentre of communication technology and field command.
- Once she was sure the rope was secure she lowered the bucket into the deep bowels of the well.
- He was deep in the bowels of the Utopian hierarchy's realm, so there was no turning back now.
- Of course, I am doing most of my work in a windowless meeting room deep in the bowels of the structure.
- He would have to take it deep into the bowels of the earth, for the glorious Garland Battle was about to begin.
- No wonder there's an air of trepidation deep in the bowels of the new Mound complex as they look forward to seeing the entries.
- But what if someone stood up and admitted whatever he held deep within the bowels of his soul.
- Dark things were happening last week, deep in the bowels of Scottish Labour, as rival factions settled accounts.
- The clerk practically jumped from his chair and scurried off, deep into the bowels of the office.
- He came upon an alley deep within the bowels of the city and spotted his prey below him.
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