Translation of tuberculosis in Spanish:

tuberculosis

tuberculosis, n.

Pronunciation /t(j)uˌbərkjəˈloʊsəs//tjʊˌbəːkjʊˈləʊsɪs/

noun

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    tuberculosis feminine
    • A person may have had an infection with tuberculosis without being aware.
    • Two diseases intrigued her: tuberculosis and leprosy, both of which are caused by mycobacteria.
    • Malaria and tuberculosis were dealt with in the little dispensary.
    • He said nanomachines could eventually be used to cure diseases such as tuberculosis and malaria.
    • The loss of the plant led to thousands of children dying from malaria, tuberculosis and other treatable diseases.
    • Skeletal tuberculosis is a haematogenous infection and affects almost all bones.
    • There are few medicines used to treat diseases like malaria, tuberculosis and polio that have patents on them now.
    • Spinal caries, known as Pott's Disease, is tuberculosis of the spinal column.
    • Fixed dose drugs have proved successful in treating malaria and tuberculosis.
    • The children then succumb to diseases like tuberculosis, pneumonia and meningitis.
    • This is the first mathematical model to study disease trend of tuberculosis in India.
    • He died of tuberculosis, a disease from which he had suffered for many years.
    • The majority of the people she sees are suffering from malaria, tuberculosis and skin diseases.
    • Malnutrition was rife, as were diseases such as tuberculosis and smallpox.
    • He worked on typhoid fever and tuberculosis a disease he contracted himself.
    • She's diabetic, and only has one lung after contracting tuberculosis at an early age.
    • All three reactions with early pustule formation indicate concurrent tuberculosis.
    • Cervical lymph nodal enlargement is common to both tuberculosis and malignancy.
    • Early diagnosis of tuberculosis is an important arm in the control of tuberculosis.
    • Crowded housing encouraged the spread of tuberculosis and infectious diseases such as measles.