Translation of mastitis in Spanish:


mastitis, n.

Pronunciation /mæˈstaɪdəs//maˈstʌɪtɪs/


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    mastitis feminine
    • Infections such as mastitis and cellulitis tend to be erythematous, tender, and warm to the touch; they may be more circumscribed if an abscess has formed.
    • The most common problem is nipple irritation and associated with that is mastitis, or inflammation and infection in the breast.
    • The entire time I breastfed him I suffered from recurring mastitis caused by a nipple blister.
    • I experienced a lot of problems with my first child including mastitis and cracked nipples in spite of receiving a lot of assistance from the medical staff in the UK.
    • In parts of Africa a productive dairy cow is a very valuable asset, so a condition like teat mastitis can be a matter of life or death for the herd.
    • Smoking greatly increases your chances of a type of mastitis called periductal mastitis, which causes pain and redness around the nipple.
    • This results in mastitis - an inflammation of the mammary glands.
    • Now that she's over a year old, scientists are starting to test her milk for resistance to mastitis, a bacterial disease that costs U.S. producers about $1.7 billion annually.
    • It is possible, in some cases, to have either yeast/fungal mastitis or bacterial mastitis coupled with yeast.
    • The best way to prevent mastitis is keep the breast empty of milk.
    • Histologically, tubercular mastitis is a form of granulomatous inflammation.
    • Proper nutrition is also required to ensure cows can properly ward infections such as mastitis and prevent metabolic problems such as milk fever and ketosis.
    • It may also be the first sign of mastitis, ductal candidiasis or another infectious process.
    • Tuberculosis mastitis can occur as primary disease or can be secondary to tuberculosis elsewhere in the body.
    • Cows injected with it are at an increased risk for mastitis, an udder infection that cows producing more milk are more susceptible to.
    • The mother should notify her own and the baby's physician of any symptoms of mastitis, and milk from an infected breast should not be fed.
    • Milk from cows treated with it is likely to contain pus from their udders since the hormone leads to mastitis, or udder infection.
    • Signs of mastitis include lumps in the breast, redness, heat and tenderness, and milk solids coming from the nipple.
    • And like many dairy cows, she often has mastitis, a painful udder inflammation, despite receiving antibiotics between lactations.
    • When a ewe had trouble - mastitis, milk fever, pneumonia, blue bag - the pens filled with sick sheep and the sheep housing stock shrank.