Translation of prolapse in Spanish:

prolapse

prolapso, n.

Pronunciation /proʊˈlæps//ˈprəʊlaps//ˈproʊˌlæps//prəˈlaps/

noun

  • 1

    prolapso masculine
    prolapse of the womb prolapso de útero masculine
    • Uterine prolapse is associated with incontinence, vaginitis, cystitis and, possibly, uterine malignancy.
    • Videodefecography is specifically designed to evaluate evacuatory disorders such as rectal prolapse and rectocele.
    • Other causes include rectal prolapse, diarrheal states, radiation injury to the rectum and overflow fecal incontinence secondary to impaction.
    • Cord prolapse and trapped fetal parts are unpredictable complications.
    • Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and mitral valve prolapse with valvular regurgitation are associated with moderately increased risk.
    • Sometimes people with mitral valve prolapse have symptoms, or feelings, that go along with this condition.
    • Protrusion of tissue through the anus may be due to hemorrhoids, mucosal prolapse, polyps or other lesions.
    • The commonest cause of true sciatica is prolapse of intervertebral discs.
    • The two groups of women were comparable at baseline and reported similar low incidence of urinary incontinence or pelvic organ prolapse.
    • Prolapse is sometimes evident only when he is seated.
    • In these cases there might be chronic bleeding, hemorrhoids, rectal prolapse and other diseases.
    • Patients with pelvic organ prolapse have three treatment options: nonsurgical approaches, surgical approaches, and observation.
    • Children may have high fever, rectal prolapse and convulsions.
    • Mechanical problems with colostomies include herniation, prolapse, and stenosis.
    • Her medical history was significant for mitral valve prolapse, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia.
    • Pelvic floor exercises may limit the progression of mild prolapse and alleviate mild prolapse symptoms such as low back ache and pelvic pressure.
    • The cord complications seen in their study were thrombosis, cord prolapse, umbilical vessel rupture, true knot, and cord encirclement with strangulation.
    • I returned to the neurosurgeon, who did computed tomography, pronounced that the prolapse had not recurred, and told me it would take more time.
    • Full-thickness rectal prolapse usually requires a resection of the bowel.
    • Other medical conditions commonly associated with anxiety include mitral valve prolapse, carcinoid syndrome and pheochromocytoma.