diseases

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English - Turkish
hastalıklar
hastalıkları
disease
hastalık

Biz yeni tür hastalıklarla karşı karşıyayız. - We are faced with new kinds of diseases.

O, ağır bir hastalıktan acı çekiyor. - He is suffering from an aggravated disease.

diagnose the diseases
(Tıp) hastalıkları teşhis etmek
disease
{i} rahatsızlık
disease
maraz
disease
{i} illet
disease
sayrılık
disease
dert
bile duct diseases
(Tıp) safra kanalı hastalıkları
chest diseases
göğüs hastalıkları
connective tissue diseases
(Tıp) bağ dokusu hastalıkları
hereditary diseases
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kalıtsal hastalıklar
intestinal diseases
(Tıp) barsak hastalıkları
kidney diseases
(Tıp) böbrek hastalıkları
liver diseases
(Tıp) karaciğer hastalıkları
lung diseases
(Tıp) akciğer hastalıkları
mental diseases
(Tıp) akil hastalıkları
mental diseases
akliye
mouth diseases
(Tıp) ağız hastalıkları
muscular diseases
(Tıp) kas hastalıkları
nervous system diseases
(Tıp) sinir sistemi hastalıkları
oral diseases
(Diş Hekimliği) ağız hastalıkları
skin diseases
(Tıp) deri hastalıkları
splenic diseases
(Tıp) dalak hastalıkları
tongue diseases
(Tıp) dil hastalıkları
vascular diseases
(Tıp) vasküler hastalıklar
virus diseases
(Tıp) virüs hastalıkları
mental diseases
ruh hastalığı
blood diseases
kan hastalıkları
cat diseases
kedi hastalıkları
chronic diseases
kronik hastalıklar
communicable diseases
bulaşıcı hastalıklar
heart diseases
kalp hastalıkları
renal diseases
(Tıp, İlaç) Böbrek hastalıkları
respiratory diseases
solunum sistemi hastalıkları
venereal diseases
zührevi hastalıklar
zymology diseases
zymology hastalıklar
International Code of Diseases; International Cooperation and Development Progra
(Askeri) Uluslar Arası Hastalık Kodları; Uluslar Arası İşbirliği Ve Kalkınma Programı (USDA)
US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases
(Askeri) Birleşik Devletler Kara Kuvvetleri Bulaşıcı Hastalıklar Tıbbi Araştırma Enstitüsü
bladder diseases
(Tıp) idrar kesesi hastalıkları
cervix diseases
(Tıp) serviks hastalıkları
choroid diseases
(Tıp) koroid hastalıkları
colonic diseases
(Tıp) kolon hastalıkları
common bile duct diseases
(Tıp) koledok hastalıkları
dental pulp diseases
(Diş Hekimliği) diş pulpası hastalıkları
do you have any chronic diseases
kronik herhangi bir hastalığınız var mı
endocrine diseases
(Tıp) endokrin hastalıkları
eyelid diseases
(Tıp,Optik) göz kapağı hastalıkları
facial nerve diseases
(Tıp) fasiyel sinir hastalıkları
female genital diseases
(Tıp) kadın genital hastalıkları
fungus diseases
(Tıp) mantar hastalıkları
hair diseases
(Tıp) saç hastalıkları
horse diseases
(Tıp) at hastalıkları
infectious diseases
intaniye
male genital diseases
(Tıp) erkek genital hastalıkları
nail diseases
(Tıp) tırnak hastalıkları
nose diseases
(Tıp) burun hastalıkları
optic nerve diseases
(Tıp) optik sinir hastalıkları
peripheral nerve diseases
(Tıp) periferik sinir hastalıkları
tooth diseases
(Diş Hekimliği) diş hastalıkları
uterine diseases
(Tıp) uterus hastalıkları
waterborne diseases
sudan kaynaklanan hastalıklar
wildlife diseases
(Veteriner) yabnn hayatı hastalıkları
English - English
plural of disease
bacterial diseases fungal diseases protozoal diseases viral diseases
diagnosing diseases
recognizing the signs and symptoms of illnesses
Lyme diseases
plural form of Lyme disease
chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases
plural form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
disease
To cause unease; to annoy, irritate

mote he soft himselfe appease, / And fairely fare on foot, how euer loth; / His double burden did him sore disease.

disease
To infect with a disease
disease
Any abnormal or harmful condition, as of society, people's attitudes, way of living etc

War is not man's great and terrible disease; war is a symptom, a result. The real disease is the virus of national sovereignty.

hemolytic diseases
plural form of hemolytic disease
industrial diseases
plural form of industrial disease
motor neuron diseases
plural form of motor neuron disease
sexually transmitted diseases
plural form of sexually transmitted disease
venereal diseases
plural form of venereal disease
disease
{i} sickness, illness
disease
An involuntary disability Alcoholism is a chronic disease consisting of genetic, psychosocial, and environmental elements
disease
{v} to afflict, vex, torment, pain, infect
disease
{n} a distempter, sickness, uneasiness, pain
disease
Sickness; illness; an interruption, or disturbance of the bodily functions or organs, which causes or threatens pain and weakness
disease
any impairment of an organism's vital functions or systems, including interruption, cessation, proliferation, or other malfunction
renal diseases
(Tıp, İlaç) Diseases of the kidneys
Disease
morbidity
bacterial diseases
Diseases caused by bacteria. The most common infectious diseases, they range from minor skin infections to bubonic plague and tuberculosis. Until the mid-20th century, bacterial pneumonia was probably the leading cause of death among the elderly. Improved sanitation, vaccines, and antibiotics have all decreased the mortality rates from bacterial infections, though antibiotic-resistant strains have caused a resurgence in some illnesses. Bacteria cause disease by secreting or excreting toxins (as in botulism), by producing toxins internally, which are released when the bacteria disintegrate (as in typhoid), or by inducing sensitivity to their antigenic properties (as in tuberculosis). Other serious bacterial diseases include cholera, diphtheria, bacterial meningitis, and syphilis
disease
an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
disease
Any interruption of the normal function of any body organ, part, or system that appears abnormal
disease
A general term describing a morbid condition which can be defined by objective, physical signs (e g hypertension), subjective symptoms or mental phobias, disorder of function (e g biochemical abnormality), or disorders of structure (anatomic or pathological change) Existence of disease may be questioned in disorder of structure without associated disorder of function
disease
Any impairment of the normal function of an organism
disease
Organisms suffer from disease when their normal function is impaired by some genetic disorder, or more often from the activity of a parasite or other organism living within them Many diseases are caused by viruses, bacteria, or fungi
disease
An abnormal condition of body structure and function, usually indicated by symptoms
disease
To deprive of ease; to disquiet; to trouble; to distress
disease
A pathological condition of the body that presents a group of clinical signs, symptoms, and laboratory findings peculiar to it and setting the condition apart as an abnormal entity differing from other normal or pathological condition (CMD 1997)
disease
A general term used to refer to any departure from health in which a patient suffers It can be defined as disorder of bodily function or destructive processes in organs, organs' systems or in an organism with recognizable signs and symptoms, and in many cases a known cause The words disease, illness and sickness are used often interchangeably but are not synonymous Rather, whereas disease relates to a physiological or psychological dysfunction, an illness is the subjective state of a patient who feels unwell and sickness encompasses a state of social dysfunction, such as the role that the individual assumes when ill
disease
(Chiropractic Definition) the absence of health, a condition where the body has lost its ability to heal itself and is thereby susceptible to growth of organisms that are present in the body even in healthy situations
disease
A condition of an organ, part, structure, or system of the body in which there is incorrect function
disease
"Lack of ease " Departure from the state of health or normality Disease is a process, not a thing and represents the response of the body to injury or insult
disease
A disease is an illness which affects people, animals, or plants, for example one which is caused by bacteria or infection. the rapid spread of disease in the area. illnesses such as heart disease. brown lung disease Hansen disease degenerative joint disease Addison disease Alzheimer disease Lou Gehrig disease autoimmune disease Bright disease celiac disease Centers for Disease Control and Prevention congenital heart disease coronary heart disease ischemic heart disease Creutzfeldt Jakob disease caisson disease Dutch elm disease hemolytic disease of the newborn foot and mouth disease hoof and mouth disease gastroesophageal reflux disease glycogen storage disease Graves disease heart disease Hodgkin disease Korsakoff disease Legionnaire disease lipid storage disease Lyme disease mad cow disease Minamata disease occupational disease Paget disease of bone pelvic inflammatory disease pulmonary heart disease hyaline membrane disease sexually transmitted disease Tay Sachs disease Wilson disease
disease
n   1 A pathological condition in an organism resulting from infection or genetic defect, for example, and characterized by identifiable symptoms   2 A condition or tendency, as of society, regarded as abnormal and harmful **
disease
A process, not a thing, that represents the response of an organism to injury that affects its normal structure, functions or economic value and is expressed in characteristic pathological responses called symptoms
disease
Any departure from health; a particular destructive process in an organ or organism with a specific cause and symptoms
disease
A condition of abnormal vital function involving any structure, part, or system of the patient/client
disease
Any malfunctioning of host cells and tissues that results from continuous irritation by a pathogenic agent or environmental factor and leads to development of symptoms
disease
The term disease commonly refers to any deviation from the normal structure or function of the human body that is manifested by a characteristic set of one or more signs or symptoms The FDA is no longer proposing to broaden the definition of disease to include such conditions as pregnancy, menopause, and aging
disease
Any abnormality of bodily structure or function, other than those arising directly from injury
disease
An abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort or dysfunction; distinct from injury insofar as the latter is usually instantaneously acquired
disease
Lack of ease; uneasiness; trouble; vexation; disquiet
disease
"Lack of ease" Departure from the state of health or normality Disease is a process, not a thing and represents the responses of the body to injury or insult Although health and disease are concepts that do not easily lend themselves to simple definition, diseases have certain characteristics that are definable, for example
disease
a state in which a function or part of the body is no longer in a healthy condition
disease
May be defined as a failure of the adaptive mechanisms of an organism to counteract adequately, normally, or appropriately to stimuli and stresses to which it is subjected, resulting in a disturbance in the function or structure of some part of the organism This definition emphasizes that disease is multi factorial and may be prevented or treated by changing any or a combination of the factors Disease is a very elusive and difficult concept to define, being largely socially defined Thus, criminality and drug dependence are presently seen by some as diseases, when they were previously considered to be moral or legal problems
disease
stress condition produced by the effects of a pathogen on a susceptible host
disease
An involuntary disability Alcoholism is a chronic disease consisting of genetic, psychosocial and environmental elements
disease
To derange the vital functions of; to afflict with disease or sickness; to disorder; used almost exclusively in the participle diseased
disease
An alteration in the state of the body or of some of its organs, interrupting or disturbing the performance of the vital functions, and causing or threatening pain and weakness; malady; affection; illness; sickness; disorder; applied figuratively to the mind, to the moral character and habits, to institutions, the state, etc
fungal diseases
or mycoses Diseases caused by any fungus that invades the tissues. Superficial fungal infections (e.g., athlete's foot) are confined to the skin. Subcutaneous infections, which extend into tissues and sometimes adjacent structures such as bone and organs, are rare and often chronic. In systemic infections, fungi spread through the body of a normal (or, more often, an immunosuppressed) host. Some fungal diseases (e.g., yeast infections) may be either superficial or systemic, affecting certain target organs
internal diseases
illnesses that are internal in origin, diseases which originate from within the body
prevention of diseases
treatment provided in advance to prevent the spread of disease
protozoal diseases
Diseases caused by protozoans. These organisms may remain in the human host for their entire life cycle, but many carry out part of their reproductive cycle in insects or other hosts. For example, mosquitoes are vectors of plasmodium, the cause of malaria. See also entamoeba; Giardia lamblia; sleeping sickness
sexually transmitted diseases
diseases that are transferred by means of sexual acts
tropical diseases
diseases that are typical of tropical areas (i.e. malaria)
venereal diseases
sexually transmitted diseases
viral diseases
illnesses that are caused by viruses
viral diseases
Diseases caused by viruses. Long-term immunity usually follows viral childhood diseases (see chickenpox). The common cold recurs into adulthood because many different viruses cause its symptoms, and immunity against one does not protect against others. Some viruses mutate fast enough to reinfect people after recovery (see influenza) or to keep the immune system from fighting them off (see AIDS). Certain cancers are caused by viruses. Vaccines can prevent some viral diseases. Most recently developed antiviral drugs work only against specific viruses; antibiotics are ineffective against viral diseases. See also poliomyelitis; smallpox
Turkish - English

Definition of diseases in Turkish English dictionary

Glycogen Storage Diseases
(Tıp) Bir Doğuştan bozukluk gurubu.Bu hastalıklar,karaciğerde glikojenin parçalanma metodunu değiştirir.Bakınız keza;Glycogen
diseases

    Turkish pronunciation

    dîzizız

    Pronunciation

    /dəˈzēzəz/ /dɪˈziːzəz/

    Etymology

    [ di-'zEz ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English disese, from Middle French desaise, from des- dis- + aise ease.

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