Traducción de venereal disease en Español:

venereal disease

enfermedad venérea, n.


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    enfermedad venérea femenino
    • A waiting maid of Her Ladyship the Baroness, Paquette contracts a venereal disease from a friar and gives it to Pangloss.
    • The biggest health problems are tuberculosis, venereal diseases, malaria, trachoma, typhoid fever, and dysentery.
    • During the second world war he was stationed at Grimsby as medical officer for venereal diseases for the Allied forces.
    • Many of the clinics claiming to cure venereal diseases may be operating without licences.
    • And nearly 50 percent are infected with venereal diseases like syphilis that greatly increase their chances of contracting HIV.
    • She attributes a major depopulating role to venereal diseases, especially gonorrhoea, which makes women infertile.
    • Dan had given her venereal disease, and the disease was in a relatively advanced state.
    • The patient had negative results on a venereal disease research laboratory test before her IVIG treatments.
    • Tuberculosis has swept through prisons and other institutions, and the rates of venereal disease, hepatitis, and AIDS have grown.
    • Many suffered from venereal disease and mental illness.
    • Medicine in fact, was hopeless at looking at venereal disease, or any sexually transmitted disease, as we call it now.
    • And as AIDS spread, states passed laws to require notification of partners, something previously recommended only for venereal diseases.
    • Chancroid is an unusual venereal disease caused by a bacterium called Hemophilus ducreyi.
    • Sickness and venereal diseases run rampant in the packinghouses where they pack meat with their bare hands.
    • He claimed he had suffered from a serious infection resulting from a venereal disease he contracted from the rapes.
    • He falls for Lauren who staves off her own hormonal impulses by staying home and looking at pictures of venereal diseases.
    • After American entry into World War I in 1918, the island hospitals were used to house soldiers with venereal diseases.
    • Cholera, for instance, smallpox, and venereal disease infected large tracts of the population, often very quickly.
    • The highly publicized incident, in which a woman identified as ‘Miss A’ accused Palma of transmitting a venereal disease to her and three other local women.
    • It seemed that once the men knew of the magic of penicillin their fear of infection with venereal diseases vanished.