Translation of syndrome in Spanish:

syndrome

síndrome, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɪndrəʊm//ˈsɪnˌdroʊm/

noun

  • 1

    síndrome masculine
    • What is commonly known as influenza or the flu is a syndrome, not a disease.
    • Sleep apnea syndromes are more common in men than in women.
    • Cardiac enlargement was the most common abnormality associated with both of these clinical syndromes.
    • It is most commonly used for the correction of more severe deformities and syndromes that were untreatable in the past.
    • More likely, these models are represented in humans by rare syndromes that can be traced to altered functions of specific genes.
    • There are likely to be several distinct fat alteration syndromes occurring in a variety of combinations.
    • The investigators used factor analysis to identify a cluster of symptoms and syndromes unique to Gulf War veterans.
    • Because all of the cells are at risk, hereditary cancer syndromes also increase the risk of multiple primary tumors.
    • A number of rare or uncommon congenital syndromes are associated with decreased platelet production.
    • The immune response produces a syndrome of inflammation at the site of the infection.
    • Two distinct clinical syndromes are recognized, early-and late-onset disease.
    • Asthma is a syndrome characterized by episodes of reversible airway obstruction.
    • Congenital heart defects appear to run in families and are associated with many genetic syndromes.
    • So what about children in whom there clearly is some form of a rare syndrome, yet no diagnosis has been made?
    • The relative contribution of these distinct injury mechanisms in different syndromes and disease models is simply not known.
    • The genes responsible for such syndromes increase cancer risk to such an extent that all other factors are largely superseded.
    • Acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome are clinical syndromes that are characterized by extreme hypoxemia and high mortality.
    • In around one in three people with the syndrome, the condition gets better without any treatment.
    • Further longitudinal studies are needed to assess whether these findings apply to operationally defined fatigue syndromes.
    • Impaired respiratory muscle function is the most severe consequence of several newly described syndromes affecting critically ill patients.