Traducción de callus en Español:

callus

callo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkaləs//ˈkæləs/

nombre

Medicina

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    callo masculino
    callosidad femenino
    • Then his fingers are under my chin and I can feel the tough spots of a couple calluses rub against my skin as he tilts my face up.
    • Achmed's feet were like cracked rocks, impervious to heat and cuts; ours were soft and, as the heat crept up on us, we began to develop calluses and, more dangerously, blisters.
    • The footwell was perpetually swamped now, my forearms were pumped from choking the oars in a death grip, and dime-size blisters had begun to well up under the calluses on my palms.
    • In the course of time, the callus is smoothed off and eventually the bone returns to its normal thickness.
    • By choosing appropriate footwear and keeping feet free of blisters, calluses and corns, we increase the body's general well being.
    • His hands were thin, with long fingers unmarked by callouses, and his skin was too white to have been too often outside.
    • But Mrs Ruthven warns the fad could lead to corns, bunions, calluses, claw toes, hammer toes - even arthritis and lower back problems.
    • They were larger hands, with crisscrossing scars and calluses that she had never noticed.
    • Clara was amazed at the feel of his hand; it had calluses and scars that Clara knew he wouldn't have gotten thieving.
    • Observing the affected knee may reveal dystrophic changes, alteration of skin color, calluses related to kneeling or occupational abuse of the knee, scars, scratches, or rashes.
    • His hair was greasy and stringy, and his skin had developed brown callouses.
    • His blisters had long since burst and formed calluses.
    • Your hand reflects the amount of fluids currently in your body, as well as any calluses or wear and tear from the friction of throwing a bowling ball.
    • According to them, the genome of the ostrich has the ability to let the skin form calluses when the skin is abraded.
    • Two cases were consistent with fracture callus based on the history of fall and injury to the spine and based on review of the concurrent cell block, which helped in making a definitive diagnosis.
    • It normally takes one to two weeks for a callus to form, then about six weeks for the bone fragments to unite.
    • She had a happy family life until the calluses started appearing on her skin three years after her marriage.
    • In these areas, the skin often thickens into a callus, which when excessive can lead to an ulcer.
    • Blisters, calluses, and occasionally, ganglion cysts can be the result.
    • It is all there, like the scars and calluses on a farmer's hands.
    • As well as contributing to bunions, claw toes, calluses and blisters, wearing high-heeled shoes is linked to back pain and osteoarthritis of the knee.
    • So it's no wonder our hands and feet sometimes complain in the form of dry, itchy skin or calluses.
    • His hands are soft and have only mild calluses from playing guitar.