Translation of oncology in Spanish:

oncology

oncología, n.

Pronunciation: /ɑnˈkɑlədʒi//ɒŋˈkɒlədʒi/

noun

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    oncología feminine
    • Because the paediatric oncology ward was full, the boy was admitted to a general paediatric ward.
    • Cheng is also an assistant professor of gynecology and obstetrics and oncology.
    • Other leaders in oncology have also urged continued study of this treatment.
    • Considering the rapid changes in the field of medical oncology, each guideline undergoes a yearly update.
    • So this was really looking at the impact of medical oncology.
    • An oncology consultant suggested radiation therapy for the lung lesion and head.
    • He was referred to the department of oncology, and ultrasonography showed a calcified left paravertebral tumour.
    • These groups were cases in patients admitted to renal, oncology or haematology wards, and all other cases.
    • She willingly lectures at conferences on palliative care, oncology nursing, and pain management.
    • She has previously worked at Mayo in the areas of orthopedic oncology and pediatric radiology.
    • She carried a heavy workload, much involved in paediatric oncology and the early days of bone marrow transplantation.
    • My research group runs training courses in communication skills for healthcare professionals working in oncology.
    • All patients were seen together with a senior nurse from the gynaecological oncology unit.
    • In the past year colorectal cancer has been at the cutting edge of new developments in medical oncology.
    • In paediatric oncology this should include the track record of new treatments studied in earlier trials
    • Radiology and oncology, which are both examined by the Royal College of Radiologists, were analysed separately.
    • A similar situation has been noted in paediatric oncology, with a lower than expected number of referrals for bone marrow transplant.
    • After senior house officer posts in emergency medicine, oncology, and medicine, he was appointed to the Royal Marsden Hospital.
    • Such arrangements should be considered for future studies in clinical oncology, especially those in which complex questions are asked.
    • It represents the most exciting advance in solid tumour oncology over the past decade.