Translation of lung in Spanish:


pulmón, n.

Pronunciation /lʌŋ//ləŋ/


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    pulmón masculine
    (disease) (before noun) pulmonar
    • To our knowledge this is the first description in a lung transplant recipient.
    • As well as badly breaking his foot, he bruised a lung and broke his wrist, pelvis and two ribs in the fall.
    • In the case of the lung arteries, this can block off much of the circulation through the lungs.
    • After synthesis in the bone marrow, they migrate to the systemic circulation and on to the lung.
    • Imprisonment cost him a lung and severe back problems for the rest of his life, but he never complained.
    • McCollum didn't speak for two days in hospital while his lung was being drained of blood.
    • Less commonly, bowel cancer can spread to other, more distant organs such as the lung or brain.
    • Finally she decided to go to a private doctor and realized that it was a severe lung disease.
    • Chest examination showed some decreased air entry at her left lung base with a loud pleural rub.
    • After nasal epithelial cells, the lung is the second organ in contact with cadmium chloride.
    • His treatise on the subject is the basis of our modern understanding of the pathology of the lung.
    • This was followed by a cancer scare in 1985 when a section of her left lung was removed.
    • He had to have half a lung removed and was forced to lay on his side or his back for five months.
    • This was illustrated in a randomised trial of screening for cancer of the lung.
    • Other lung conditions such as lung cancer will need to be ruled out as part of the diagnosis.
    • This is a hospital test where a narrow tube with a light and lens on the end is passed down the trachea and into the lung.
    • To be fair, it's not age so much as the lung condition I suffered from a few years ago which has put a stop to my running.
    • Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, followed by lung and bowel cancers.
    • She also suffered a mild heart attack due to the trauma and had a blood clot on her lung.
    • A bit of the clot can break off and end up blocking a vessel in your lung, causing a pulmonary embolus.