In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of cervix)del cuello del úterocervical opening — cuello del útero masculine
- The optimal specimen for detecting C trachomatis is a combined urethral and cervical swab.
- Women who smoke are twice as likely as those who do not to develop cervical cancer.
- This change in the cells of the cervix often occurs from cervical cap or diaphragm use or from infection.
- It's believed that some forms of HPV put women at greater risk for cervical cancer.
- The cervical portion of the uterus forms the most posterior portion seen here.
- Over the next eight hours our oral symptoms slowly began to subside, but our cervical lymph nodes became very tender and easily palpable.
- However, the range of motion for cervical rotation and lateral flexion increased more in the training groups than in the control group.
- Effective speech depends also on the motor neurons in the cervical and thoracic parts of the spinal cord that serve the muscles of breathing.
- The cervical region of the spinal cord was dissected out after laminectomy.
- Most children requiring hospital admission for trauma are considered at risk of injury of the cervical spinal cord.
2formal(of neck)cervicalcervical collar — collarín masculine
- cervical vertebra — vértebra cervical
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