Translation of immune system in Spanish:

immune system

sistema inmunológico, n.


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    sistema inmunológico masculine
    • The body's immune system reacts to both these infections by attacking the bacteria.
    • It may also affect the immune system and lead to an increased frequency of infections.
    • During this time your body effectively has no immune system and you are at increased risk from infection.
    • People with weakened immune systems are more likely to develop abscesses.
    • Once the immune system has been damaged, opportunistic infections begin to appear.
    • One important effect of the polio vaccine is to stimulate the immune system within the gut.
    • In most cases lung infection is well controlled by the immune system, and shows no symptoms.
    • Allergies are caused by the body's immune system reacting to allergens as if they were harmful.
    • The infection causes the immune system to activate white blood cells and chemicals to fight the bacteria.
    • These infections only affect people whose immune systems are not working properly as a result of another illness or treatments for cancer.
    • To be infectious it would have to survive cooking, digestion, and the human immune system.
    • Finally, much of the toxicity related to gene transfer is mediated through the immune system.
    • The body's immune system responds by creating a membrane around this infected portion of the brain.
    • In comparison with people not in hospital, they are more likely to have a weakened immune system.
    • Others have immune systems suppressed by chemotherapy or anti-rejection drugs.
    • Premature babies are at increased risk of infection because their immune systems are immature.
    • They also discovered that the host animal must have a healthy immune system for infection to take hold.
    • Other risk factors include poor diet, smoking and a weakened immune system.
    • Why shouldn't alternative therapies that make you feel better boost your immune system?
    • Children and people with lowered immune systems may remain infectious for longer.