Traducción de cirrhosis en español:

cirrhosis

cirrosis, n.

Pronunciación: /sɪˈrəʊsɪs//səˈroʊsəs/

nombre

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    cirrosis femenino
    cirrhosis of the liver cirrosis hepática
    • It is also common in people with widespread cancer, leukaemia, diabetes, cirrhosis of the liver or major burns.
    • Chronic infection can lead to liver inflammation, cirrhosis, cancer and death.
    • Last year 1714 women died from liver cirrhosis, 680 more than from cervical cancer.
    • Three people a day died of liver cancer and cirrhosis incurred by hepatitis B.
    • Among the most prevalent liver diseases in this group are hepatitis and alcoholic cirrhosis.
    • Chronic viral hepatitis is the main cause of chronic liver disease, cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma throughout the world.
    • The longer the duration of liver disease, the more likely that liver failure or cirrhosis is imminent.
    • In heart failure, cirrhosis develops secondary to chronic passive congestion of the liver.
    • However, heavy drinkers have shortened life expectancy as a result of accidents and diseases, including liver cirrhosis.
    • Some types of hepatitis not related to alcohol consumption can lead to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer.
    • Number two would be alcoholic cirrhosis or cirrhosis from some other cause.
    • Cells like that have been used to prevent cirrhosis of the liver and to heal diabetic ulcers and for drug testing.
    • Cardiovascular diseases, cancer, cirrhosis of the liver, and accidents are the major causes of death.
    • Heart disease and non-hepatic cancer killed more of the cohort than cirrhosis or cancer of the liver.
    • Untreated Hepatitis B can evolve into liver cirrhosis and liver cancer.
    • In the United States, milk thistle is most commonly used to treat viral infections and cirrhosis of the liver.
    • Cases progress slowly resulting in chronic liver diseases, cirrhosis and cancer.
    • Alcohol consumption is associated with a number of disorders such as cirrhosis of the liver and some cancers.
    • There seems little doubt that death rates from chronic liver disease and cirrhosis are on the rise.
    • Other risk factors include asthma, cirrhosis, diabetes, and ulcerative colitis.