Translation of viscera in Spanish:


vísceras, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɪsərə/ /ˈvɪs(ə)rə/

plural noun

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    vísceras feminine
    • Chemical examination of the abdominal viscera and of the gastric and intestinal content failed to disclose the presence of alcohol or any other poison.
    • Although rare, a large gallstone in the gallbladder will sometimes erode through the gallbladder wall into an adjacent viscus, usually the duodenum.
    • The weight of the abdominal viscera and adipose tissue pressed on the diaphragm, resulting in decreased chest volume.
    • The risks of the procedure include bile duct injuries and trocar injuries to blood vessels and abdominal viscera.
    • In cases of of complete transposition of the viscera, the cecum and appendix lie in the left iliac fossa, and the sigmoid colon in the right.
    • Pleural fluid and viscera pleura specimens were collected at autopsy.
    • Visceral pain occurs when noxious stimuli affect a viscus, such as the stomach or intestines.
    • The patient suffers excruciating pains in the bones or joints, possibly blood in the urine, or lungs or intestine damage that will mimic gall bladder colic, appendicitis, or a perforated viscus.
    • More extensive staging revealed multiple vertebral lesions consistent with metastases, but no spread to abdominal viscera was visualized.
    • In fact what a lot of people don't realise is about 80% of that nerve actually goes from the viscera to the brain.
    • Insertion with sharp instruments carries a serious risk of injuring intrathoracic or abdominal viscera.
    • Zarr's hair, his eyes, and some of his internal viscera remained with his bones prompting some of the terrified members of his party to retch with revulsion.
    • Change the ice daily and they will keep for about a week or more, providing all viscera and organs (including gills) have been removed effectively.
    • The air sacs are present throughout the body cavity and enclose the viscera like a nut-shell.
    • In abdominal disease the symptom is particularly associated with rapid enlargement of an encapsulated organ or distension of a hollow viscus.
    • They eat only the head of the salmon, avoiding the body and viscera.
    • Also, good diaphragm and abdominal muscle tone are important in maintaining the abdominal viscera in proper position, and for proper venous drainage via the diaphragmatic pump.
    • Solitary lesions involving the viscera are rare.
    • As evidenced in this article, the wood pulp fibers' mode of transmission into the patients' viscera might have occurred via the airborne route.
    • The viscera is essential in supporting tissue growth.