Translation of bilharzia in Spanish:


bilharziosis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌbɪlˈhɑrziə/ /bɪlˈhɑːtsɪə/


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    bilharziosis feminine
    esquistosomiasis feminine
    • The main effects of hunger are apathy and disease - bilharzia, cholera, tuberculosis, HIV-Aids.
    • A family history of the disease, or chronic infection with the tropical diseases bilharzia also increase the risk of bladder cancer.
    • Some of the most common diseases are malaria, bilharzia, sexually transmitted diseases, tetanus, cholera, polio, and typhoid.
    • These can be infected with water-borne parasites such as schistosomiasis, which is responsible for the disease bilharzia.
    • Water related diseases, such as cholera, typhoid, dysentery, bilharzia, and trachoma, are the single largest cause of human sickness in the world, and they disproportionately affect poor people, it said.
    • These are called schistosomes and they cause a disease known as bilharzia (schistosomiasis).
    • However, her medical records indicate that she has bronchitis, TB, bilharzia, malaria, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and multiple coughs and colds, all due to sickle cell.
    • The disease schistosomiasis, or bilharzia, is a serious health problem in many parts of the world; you can learn more about it from the World Health Organization.
    • Malnutrition is common, making it possible for tropical diseases such as malaria and bilharzia to spread.
    • They also provide breeding grounds for the carriers of diseases such as malaria and bilharzia.
    • How can we expect a man or a woman to do a full day's work if he or she is riddled with malaria, bilharzia or hookworm?
    • The US manufacturer of a drug to treat bilharzia, a parasitic disease that causes severe liver damage, has stopped production because of declining profits - even though the disease is thought to affect over 200 million people worldwide.
    • As in other parts of Zambia, tropical diseases such as malaria, bilharzia, and intestinal worms are quite common among the group.
    • More than 33,000 cases of cholera have been reported, while malaria, anaemia and bilharzia have ravaged the population over the last few months.
    • Would we not still see breast cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, Alzheimer's disease, etc as being the diseases attracting funding rather than bilharzia?
    • Schistosomiasis, also known as bilharzia, is an epidemic disease characterized by the gradual destruction of the kidneys, liver and other organs by a parasitic worm.
    • Our doctor warned us that we would be certain to contract bilharzia if we did so, since the disease was endemic throughout the lakeside population.
    • Almost all Egyptian mummies contained parasites which caused amoebic dysentery and bilharzia, and mummies in the New World had whipworm and roundworm eggs.
    • He contracted bilharzia, then usually fatal, and wrote to his family asking for his body to be flown home and buried in the Varenne valley.
    • A serious bilharzia outbreak has hit Mazabuka district affecting the daily classroom attendance by pupils in the classroom.