Translation of scabies in Spanish:

scabies

sarna, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈskeɪbiz//ˈskeɪbiːz/

noun

  • 1

    sarna feminine
    • The skin infection scabies isn't necessarily passed on through intercourse, but as it involves close physical contact it's a possible method of transmission.
    • She diagnosed flu, pneumonia, upper respiratory illnesses like asthma, rashes and scabies.
    • Limited water for washing leaves people vulnerable to skin diseases like scabies and surviving animals can spread diseases.
    • For the diagnosis of scabies, skin scrapings have high specificity but low sensitivity.
    • Consequently malaria, diarrhoea, scabies and respiratory diseases are rife.
    • The present epidemic of scabies in the United Kingdom originated in the catchment population of this hospital in early 1990 and continues to be a problem.
    • Although a nuisance rather than a serious threat to general health, scabies is the best known of the diseases in man which are caused directly by mites.
    • This is mainly due to hunting and to diseases such as pneumonia, scabies and sinusitis caught from introduced sheep.
    • Without an adequate water supply children cannot wash often enough and so contract eye infections and skin conditions such as scabies.
    • Some skin conditions, including eczema, scabies and hives, can cause itching.
    • They sometimes develop crusted scabies, with thickened skin and possibly thousands of mites.
    • Fewer babies are covered with scabies and other skin diseases.
    • This bad water has caused skin diseases such as impetigo, scabies and eczema, as well as chronic diarrhea problems.
    • A person with scabies can spread the infection before his symptoms have started.
    • The bathing had been ordered to control an outbreak of scabies, a skin disease.
    • Children who had any rash other than scabies, heat rash, or insect bites were referred to the project physician for a clinical assessment.
    • Not surprisingly, malnourishment and illness like fevers, coughs, malaria, scabies and diarrhoea are common.
    • Those ailments included scabies, a parasitic skin infection, and impetigo, a bacterial infection linked to poor sanitation.
    • While animal strains of scabies exist and can infect humans, the mites cannot complete their life cycle or be passed to other hosts.
    • After entertaining all the usual sexually transmitted diseases, JTL treated the patient for scabies.