ulcer

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An open sore of the skin, eyes or mucous membrane, often caused by an initial abrasion and generally maintained by an inflammation and/or an infection
An ulcer is a sore area on the outside or inside of your body which is very painful and may bleed or produce an unpleasant poisonous substance. stomach ulcers. a sore area on your skin or inside your body that may bleed or produce poisonous substances (ulcus). Concave sore on the skin or lining of an organ, with well-defined, sometimes raised edges. Erosion of surface tissue may extend to deeper layers. The main symptom is pain. The term most often refers to peptic ulcer but also includes skin ulcer, common on legs with varicose veins and the feet of people with diabetes mellitus (when nerve damage has reduced sensation), and decubitus ulcer (bedsore or pressure sore). Other causes include infection, trauma (e.g., burn, frostbite), improper nutrition (e.g., thiamine deficiency), and cancer (likely in ulcers hard to the touch). Skin ulcers over a month old should be checked for cancer, especially after middle age
{n} a bad running sore, a dangerous sore
An open sore on the skin unpasteurised food or drink that has not been pasteurised Pasteurisation is a process of heating which destroys harmful bacteria
loss of superficial tissue
Feeling inadequate, not good enough, living to please others, fear
a break or deep sore in the skin
A solution of continuity in any of the soft parts of the body, discharging purulent matter, found on a surface, especially one of the natural surfaces of the body, and originating generally in a constitutional disorder; a sore discharging pus
A break in the skin; a deep sore People with diabetes may get ulcers from minor scrapes on the feet or legs, from cuts that heal slowly, or from the rubbing of shoes that do not fit well Ulcers can become infected
an open sore of the skin or mucus membrane characterized by sloughing of inflamed dead tissue
Fig
a sore in the lining of the digestive tract
To ulcerate
{i} open sore accompanied by pus and disintegration of surrounding tissue (Pathology); cause of corruption, moral blemish
lack of continuity of a mucous or cutaneous surface
A lesion in the skin or mucous membrane Disintegration and necrosis of the tissues Often caused as a direct result of an infection or a lesion caused by physical damage that has failed to heal and become infected
A break in the skin; a deep sore Ulcers can become infected
a circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in necrosis of tissue
a deep open sore or break in the skin
A local defect or excavation of the surface of an organ or tissue
An ulcer is a break in the skin or in the mucous membrane lining the alimentary tract that fails to heal and is often accompanied by inflammation
An open sore on the skin or mucous membrane characterized by the disintegration of the tissue and often the discharge of pus (leishmaniasis, amebiasis, Dracunculus infections)
Anything that festers and corrupts like an open sore; a vice in character
A loss of the superficial layer of the skin or mucous membranes in a localized area, usually associated with redness, serious moisture, and irritation until scabbing occurs
A pathological break in the skin or a mucous membrane
Open sores or breaks in the skin, often an indicator of circulation problems and/or diabetes
An open area on the skin usually extending to dermis, the layer below the skin These can be caused by pressure, vasculitis, trauma, and made difficult to treat if you smoke, have congestive heart failure, liver disease or diabetes
An open lesion of the skin or a mucous membrane of the body with necrosis of the tissue
non-healing break in the skin or mucous membrane of an organ
It is distinguished from an abscess, which has its beginning, at least, in the depth of the tissues
aphthous ulcer
An ulcer in the mouth, caused by a break in the mucous membrane
duodenal ulcer
A peptic ulcer located in the duodenum
esophageal ulcer
A peptic ulcer located at esophagus
gastric ulcer
A peptic ulcer located at stomach
peptic ulcer
An ulcer of an area of the gastrointestinal tract
peptic-ulcer
Attributive form of peptic ulcer, noun
pressure ulcer
A bedsore
pressure-ulcer
Attributive form of pressure ulcer, noun
aphthous ulcer
(Tıp, İlaç) An aphthous ulcer or canker sore is a type of mouth ulcer which presents as a painful open sore inside the mouth, caused by a break in the mucous membrane. The condition is also known as aphthous stomatitis, and alternatively as "Sutton's Disease," especially in the case of multiple or recurring ulcers
aden ulcer
Called also Cochin China ulcer, Persian ulcer, tropical ulcer, etc
aden ulcer
It is often fatal
aden ulcer
A disease endemic in various parts of tropical Asia, due to a specific microörganism which produces chronic ulcers on the limbs
aphthous ulcer
a blister on the mucous membranes of the lips or mouth or gastrointestinal tract
duodenal ulcer
sore or ulcer in the duodenum (first part of the small intestine)
duodenal ulcer
an open sore in the duodenum (first part of the small intestine)
duodenal ulcer
damaged mucous membrane in a portion of the small intestine
duodenal ulcer
a peptic ulcer of the duodenum
duodenal ulcer
Risk factors, symptoms, treatment, and prevention
gastric ulcer
An ulcer occurring in the mucous membrane of the stomach
gastric ulcer
stomach ulcer
gastric ulcer
a peptic ulcer of the stomach
mouth ulcer
canker sore a sore area in the mouth of people or animals, caused by illness or a disease
peptic ulcer
ulcer caused by overly acidic digestive secretions
peptic ulcer
an ulcer of the mucous membrane lining of the alimentary tract
peptic ulcer
A peptic ulcer is an ulcer that occurs in the digestive system. a painful ulcer inside someone's stomach. Sore that develops in the mucous membrane of the stomach (more frequent in women) or duodenum (accounting for 80% of ulcers and more frequent in men) when its ability to resist acid in gastric juice is reduced. It causes burning ache and hungerlike pain. Ulcers can bleed, perforate the abdominal wall, or block the gastrointestinal tract. Stress and diet were blamed until Helicobacter pylori bacteria and long-term use of aspirin and similar drugs were shown to be the two major causes. The former is treated with combination drug therapy and the latter by stopping the causative drugs if possible or with drugs that reduce acid production. A rare cause is Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, in which a tumour causes increased acid secretion. Cigarette smoking slows healing and promotes recurrence
rodent ulcer
A cancerous skin ulcer that derives from basal cells and usually occurs on the face
ulcers
Open sores; a break in the skin
ulcers
plural of ulcer
ulcers
A lesion on the surface of the skin or on a mucous surface, caused by superficial loss of tissue, usually with inflammation
ulcers
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التركية - الإنجليزية
(Tıp) Deri yüzeyinde veya mide çeperinde hassasiyet,ağrılı yangı,acı
ulcer varisi
(Tıp) varicose ulcer
Duodenal Ulcer
(Tıp) Oniki parmak barsağı(duodenum)çeperinde görülen bir Ülser
Esophageal Ulcer
(Tıp) Yemek borusunda acı,ağrı.Uzun süreli iltihaplanma ve ilaç atıkları hasarından meydana gelir.Ülser Boğaz ağrısına sebep olabilir
Gastric Ulcer
(Tıp) bkz: Stomach Ulcer
Perforated Ulcer
(Tıp) Mide ve duodenum(Oniki parmak barsağı) duvarında yırtığa neden olan bir ülser.Mide muhteviyatının karın boşluğuna sızmasına yol açar
Solitary Rectal Ulcer
(Tıp) Rektumda ülserin bazen rastlanan bir çeşidi.Büyük abdesti yapmada gerginlik,zorlanma yüzünden gelişebilir
Stomach Ulcer
(Tıp) Mide ülseri.Mide çeperinde açık yara. Gastrik Ülser(Gastric Ulcer) de denir
Stress Ulcer
(Tıp) Ameliyat,ağır yanıklar ve kritik baş yaralanmaları gibi fiziki yaralardan dolayı Üst sindirim sistemi ülseri
ulcer

    الواصلة

    ul·cer

    التركية النطق

    ʌlsır

    النطق

    /ˈəlsər/ /ˈʌlsɜr/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ '&l-s&r ] (noun.) 14th century. Latin ulcus.

    الازمنة

    ulcering, ulcered

    كلمة اليوم

    bricolage
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