abscess

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Englisch - Türkisch
apse
irinşiş
çıban
(Tıp) Çıban, cerahat kesesi, irin şişi, dokuların zararına meydana gelen ve arızî oyuklarda toplanan irin kütlesi, cerahat, apse
{f} apse olmak
(Biyokimya) enfeksiyon boyutu eksik
acute abscess
akut apse
alveolar abscess
alveoler apse
anorectal abscess
anorektal apse
appendicular abscess
apendiks apsesi
axillary abscess
aksiller apse
bartholin's abscess
bartholin apsesi
bezold's abscess
bezold apsesi
biliary abscess
biliyer apse
bone abscess
kemik apsesi
brain abscess
beyin apsesi
broad ligament abscess
ligamentum latum apsesi
brodie's abscess
brodie apsesi
caseous abscess
kazeöz apse
cerebral abscess
serebral apse
chronic abscess
kronik apse
cold abscess
soğuk apse
dental abscess
diş apsesi
diffuse abscess
yaygın apse
dubois's abscess
dubois apsesi
embolic abscess
embolik apse
encysted abscess
kapsüllü apse
idiopathic abscess
idiopatik apse
lung abscess
akciğer apsesi
mammary abscess
meme apsesi
metastatic abscess
metastatik apse
miliary abscess
miliyer apse
milk abscess
süt apsesi
pelvic abscess
pelvis apsesi
perianal abscess
perianal apse
perinephric abscess
perinefrik apse
peritonsillar abscess
peritonsiller apse
phlegmonous abscess
flegmonlu apse
primary abscess
primer apse
pulmonary abscess
akciğer apsesi
retrocecal abscess
retroçekal apse
ring abscess
ring apse
scrofulous abscess
soğuk apse
shirt stud abscess
shirt stud apse
stitch abscess
sütür apsesi
strumous abscess
soğuk apse
subphrenic abscess
subfrenik apse
suprahepatic abscess
suprahepatik apse
thecal abscess
tekal apse
tuberculous abscess
soğuk apse
wandering abscess
gezici apse
web space abscess
web space apse
abscessed
(Tıp) Apseli
abscessed
{s} apseli, apse olmuş
gingival abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) ABSE gingival
parietal abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) Dişin apeks bölgesi dışında periodontal aralığın herhangi bir yerinde olan abse
pericemental abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) Abse
pericoronal abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) Sürmemiş bir dişin kronu çevresinden kaynaklanan abse
periodontal abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) Diş kökucu hariç çevre dokuları iltihabı
septal abscess
(Diş Hekimliği) Diş kökünün proksimal yüzünde oluşan abse
shirt stud abscess
shirt-stud apse
sterile abscess
(Tıp) steril abse
web space abscess
web-space apse
Englisch - Englisch
A cavity caused by tissue destruction, usually because of infection, filled with pus and surrounded by inflamed tissue
To form such a collection of pus
a collection of pus in a cavity formed within some tissue of the body
{n} a swelling or cavity containing matter
A localized accumulation of pus
A collection of pus that may require surgical drainage Abscesses on the tonsils may be a reason for their removal
Localized collection of pus in a cavity which may form in any tissue
A localized collection of pus in any part of the body, usually surrounded by inflamed tissue
infection caused by severe decay, gum disease or trauma
A localized collection of pus in a cavity [Click Here to Return to List]
the formation of a sac of bacteria Symptoms are swelling pain, throbbing, and sensation of heat
infection caused by severe decay, trauma, or gum disease You may have pain and swelling
pocket of pus
an isolated accumulation of pus associated with a localized infection Abscesses may result in tissue destruction, pain and swelling; severe abscesses may require surgical drainage
an infection of a tooth, soft tissue or bone
Infection caused by severe decay, trauma, or gum disease You may have pain and swelling, angular chelitis, sore areas in the outermost corners of the upper and lower lip junction
A localised area of dead tissue debris and white blood cells, surrounded by inflamed (and often infected) tissue
a local infection resulting in the collection of pus under pressure A dental abscess may be caused by severe decay, trauma, or gum disease and will be characterized by swelling and pain If an abscess ruptures, it will be accompanied by sudden relief from pain and a foul taste in the mouth amalgam: a commonly used silver colored filling made of a mix of silver, tin, mercury, and some other trace elements like copper anaerobic bacteria: bacteria that do not need oxygen to grow
localized collection of pus in a cavity in tissue
a localized collection of pus, usually surrounded by inflamed tissue
symptom consisting of a localized collection of pus surrounded by inflamed tissue
a swollen or inflamed area of body tissue in which pus gathers
A collection of pus Usually forms because of infection
A localized inflammation due to a collection of pus in the bone or soft tissue, usually caused by an infection
A localized infection due to a collection of pus in the bone or soft tissue caused by severe decay, trauma, or gum disease You may have pain and swelling
An infection, which produces pus; can be the result of a blister, callus, penetrating wound or laceration
n (AB-sess) Localized collection of pus surrounded by inflamed tissue
A common lesion of acute inflammation consisting of a localized area of pus
a localized collection of pus in a cavity formed by the disintegration of tissue
An infection which produces pus; can be the result of a blister, callus, penetrating wound or laceration
{i} localized collection of pus accompanied by inflammation (Pathology)
An abscess is a painful swelling containing pus. a painful swollen part of your skin or inside your body that has become infected and is full of a yellowish liquid (abscessus , from abscedere, from abs- + cedere ). Localized collection of pus in a cavity in the deeper layers of the skin or within the body, formed from tissues broken down by white blood cells (leukocytes) in response to inflammation caused by bacteria. A wall develops, separating the thick yellowish pus from the extracellular fluid of nearby healthy tissues. Rupture of the abscess allows the pus to escape and relieves swelling and pain. Treatment consists of cutting into the wall to drain the pus and giving antibiotics. If infective contents enter the bloodstream, they may be carried to remote tissues, seeding new abscesses
A collection of pus or purulent matter in any tissue or organ of the body, the result of a morbid process
abscessed
Simple past tense and past participle of abscess
cold abscess
A chronic abscess, that forms slowly, without pain, heat or inflammation
abscessed
infected and filled with pus; "an abscessed tooth"
abscessed
{s} having abscesses, characterized by inflammation and an accumulation of pus (Pathology)
abscessed
past of abscess
abscessed
infected and filled with pus; "an abscessed tooth
abscessed
Of or pertaining to an abscess
abscesses
third-person singular of abscess
abscesses
plural of abscess
abscessing
present participle of abscess
abscessing
{i} presence of collected pus in inflamed tissue; process of pus accumulation in inflamed tissue
an abscess
impostume
an abscess
imposthume
apical abscess
{i} (Dentistry) dental abscess that take place at the end of a root and is caused by tooth decay
abscess

    Silbentrennung

    ab·scess

    Türkische aussprache

    äbses

    Aussprache

    /ˈabˌses/ /ˈæbˌsɛs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ab-"ses ] (noun.) 1615. From Latin abscessus (“a going away; gathering of humors, abscess”), from abscēdō (“go away, depart”), from abs (“from, away from”) + cēdō (“go away from, depart; withdraw”). See cede.

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