Translation of phlebitis in Spanish:

phlebitis

flebitis, n.

Pronunciation: /fləˈbaɪdəs//flɪˈbʌɪtɪs/

noun

  • 1

    flebitis feminine
    • The possible underlying pathology may be diabetes in case 1 and phlebitis associated with chronic orchitis in case 2.
    • Five surgical patients had wound infections, and an additional five patients had other complications such as phlebitis, hematoma, cutaneous damage, or deep venous thrombosis.
    • Besides ulceration, lower leg edema can lead to tortuous varicosities, phlebitis, deep vein thrombosis, embolism, and infection, among others.
    • Minor complications, such as entry-site infection and phlebitis, can occur.
    • Additionally, low molecular weight heparin was used in only about 56 percent of patients with blood clots in the legs or phlebitis, an inflammation of the vessels in the legs.