Translation of ulcer in Spanish:


úlcera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈəlsər//ˈʌlsə/


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    (internal) úlcera feminine
    (external) llaga feminine
    a stomach ulcer una úlcera de estómago
    • a mouth ulcer una llaga en la boca
    • They are also afflicted with painful skin ulcers and stomach problems.
    • Sometimes the stomach acid or the ulcer itself breaks a blood vessel in the lining of the stomach or duodenum.
    • Like other chronic wounds, pressure ulcers fail to heal in a timely manner.
    • The 13 year-old suffered from serious skin ulcers on his right knee and the wound festered upward to his thigh.
    • Painful skin ulcers with gangrenous margins may be a feature of mixed bacterial infections.
    • Cells like that have been used to prevent cirrhosis of the liver and to heal diabetic ulcers and for drug testing.
    • In most cases, treating the H. pylori infection allows the ulcer, or ulcers, to heal and prevents them from recurring.
    • This is an autoimmune skin disorder that begins with lesions and skin ulcers on the face.
    • A mouth ulcer is a painful sore in the mouth on either the cheeks or gums.
    • Gingival ulceration in herpetic stomatitis is common and is associated with mouth ulcers elsewhere and fever
    • This reduces the chance of getting pressure ulcers (bed sores) and of developing a deep vein thrombosis.
    • If you receive the bacteria by injection, it can cause skin ulcers and regional swelling of lymph nodes.
    • Treating and preventing constipation may improve the symptoms and heal the ulcer.
    • A common form of mouth ulcer, canker sores occur in women more often than in men.
    • Its efficacy in superficial diabetic ulcers or ischemic diabetic ulcers has not been evaluated.
    • Along with the external ulcer, the internal arterial lesion must be treated.
    • These are more likely when the disease is active and include skin rashes, mouth ulcers, joint pains and anaemia.
    • They can give you stomach ulcers, make you bruise more easily, and even harm your liver and kidneys.
    • If the H. pylori germs are killed, your stomach ulcer or gastritis can be cured.
    • The commonest causes of vasculitic ulcers are rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus, and polyarteritis nodosa.