Translation of inflammation in Spanish:

inflammation

inflamación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnfləˈmeɪʃ(ə)n//ɪnfləˈmeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    inflamación feminine
    • Hepatitis A is an infection that leads to inflammation of the liver and is caused by the hepatitis A virus.
    • Antibiotics may be combined with steroids to help reduce canal skin inflammation and pain.
    • The steroid cream helps to reduce the inflammation caused by the infection.
    • Corticosteroid drugs are used to reduce inflammation, usually as a result of an injury.
    • There is evidence that they reduce inflammation, but it is not completely understood how they work.
    • It is healthy to have bacteria in our system to fight off infections and prevent inflammation.
    • Two thirds showed chronic inflammation, and one quarter showed subacute inflammation.
    • Local corticosteroids are used to reduce inflammation in patients with chronic tendinopathies.
    • These work in the same way as inhaled preventers, by reducing inflammation.
    • Tennis elbow is inflammation in the area around the bony bump on the outer side of the elbow.
    • Tenderness may be localised, if due to inflammation or other disorders in the pelvis.
    • The only thing we can say for certain is that we still have a lot to learn about the relation between cancer and chronic inflammation.
    • In the Caribbean, the leaves of the breadfruit are used in folk medicine to relieve pain and inflammation.
    • In thyroiditis, there is inflammation of the thyroid gland from either infection or autoimmune attack.
    • Pneumonia is an infection or inflammation of the lung tissue, but can spread affecting the whole of the body.
    • Antihistamine drugs can be used to reduce inflammation when it is caused by an allergic reaction.
    • This phenomenon could have increased the severity of periodontal inflammation.
    • If your chronic sinusitis is caused by an allergy, nasal sprays can also reduce inflammation.
    • Complications include diarrhoea, pneumonia, ear infection and inflammation of the brain.
    • Hypoalbuminaemia may be a reflection of chronic inflammation rather than of nutrition in itself.