Translation of prognosis in Spanish:

prognosis

pronóstico, n.

Pronunciation /prɑɡˈnoʊsəs//prɒɡˈnəʊsɪs/

noun

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    pronóstico masculine
    • Low-grade central osteosarcoma has a very good longterm prognosis.
    • Complications, including spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and renal insufficiency, further worsen the prognosis.
    • Syncope is a relatively common problem with a favorable prognosis in most patients.
    • The prognosis depends on the cause and the severity of the neurologic deficit.
    • The presence of spinal cord lesions or atrophy also suggests a poor prognosis.
    • The factors that determine prognosis and evolution of the disease are poorly understood.
    • The prognosis is poor for patients treated with surgery or radiation therapy alone.
    • Microarray analysis is already being used to predict the prognosis of patients with certain types of cancer.
    • Tests for autoantibodies can be used to assist in determining the prognosis of this disease.
    • By reducing stress, it might improve the prognosis of the disease.
    • According to the doctors, her longterm prognosis is not good.
    • Ventricular tachycardia carries a serious adverse prognosis, particularly in the presence of coronary artery disease and impaired ventricular function.
    • The development of malignant pleural effusion frequently heralds a poor prognosis.
    • Follow up is needed to see if the children's poor prognosis is improved and criminality prevented.
    • Once clinical cardiovascular disease develops, these patients have a poorer prognosis than normoglycemic patients.
    • Advanced liver failure carries a poor prognosis, and its prevalence may be reflected by mortality statistics in the form of death certifications for liver disease.
    • Early intervention is important because the long term prognosis depends on the duration of medication overuse.
    • Despite the availability of valid chemotherapeutic regimens, the prognosis remains poor.
    • He suffered many medical complications and his prognosis was poor.
    • We previously reported that young patients had relatively more advanced disease and a poorer prognosis than older patients.