In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(intestine/vein) estrangularstrangulated hernia — hernia estrangulada feminine
- Amniotic bands that connected a hypocoiled cord to the fetal neck and strangulated the neck were seen in one case.
- If a child was doing it, it could encircle and strangulate part of the body and that would interfere with the blood supply.
- His best feathered friend is an adopted Canada goose named Gilligan that he saved from strangulating in a fishing net, an ongoing love affair that will soon become a children's book.
- Acutely strangulated haemorrhoids occur as a result of thrombus formation resulting in gross swelling, irreducible prolapse, and severe pain.
- He subsequently underwent surgery to remove six feet of small intestine, which had strangulated itself because a benign tumor of fat cells that restricted blood flow.
- Pain is not common but can occur when the pile is strangulated or clotted.
- These can get caught on objects and strangulate the child.
- He said the defendant decided to do away with her cousin when she could not repay the loan, and had her strangulated, by two close aides.
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