Translation of venous in Spanish:

venous

venoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈviːnəs//ˈvinəs/

adjective

  • 1

    (blood) venoso
    • The ink was all in the muscle, or in some cases had tracked into the vertebral venous plexuses.
    • Arterial and venous endothelial cells are molecularly distinct from the earliest stages of angiogenesis.
    • They were also tested for the common gene mutations that predispose to venous thromboembolism.
    • There was no jugular venous distension, murmur, rub, gallop, thrill, or heave.
    • Brain parenchyma from the parietal lobe showed venous congestion, hemorrhage, and diffuse edema.
    • A patient with advanced right heart failure will have jugular venous distension, edema and ascites.
    • They play an important part in the venous drainage of subcutaneous veins.
    • Sounds arising from venous flow in the abdomen, called venous hums, are uncommon.
    • The standard technique for placing central venous catheters is by using anatomical landmarks.
    • The increase is probably due to raised venous pressure from jugular vein constriction.
    • A venous Doppler study confirmed venous thrombosis of the deep femoral vein.
    • Once the wound occurs, the high venous pressure and resulting edema interferes with healing.
    • He had a raised jugular venous pressure and heard crackles at the base of both lungs.
    • Check the lower extremities for edema and any signs suggestive of deep venous thrombosis.
    • Two of the most common manifestations of venous insufficiency are varicose veins and hemorrhoids.
    • Soon after, laboratory blood tests found that venous glucose concentration was only 1.2 mmol/l.
    • The confluences of the venous sinuses of the dura mater are variable.
    • Right jugular venous distension was less than 4 cm above the sternal angle.
    • The authors conclude that venous ulcers are a common and costly problem.
    • Restricted space in most seats encourages musculoskeletal aches and venous stasis.
  • 2

    (leaf) nervado
    (rock) veteado