gangrene - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "gangrene" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

gangrene / гангрена, омертвение
[ˈɡæŋ.ɡriːn]
[ɡæŋˈɡriːn]
Перевод
имя существительное
гангрена
gangrene, mortification
омертвение
necrosis, gangrene, mortification
глагол
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gangrene, necrose, sphacelate
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gangrene
Определения
имя существительное
localized death and decomposition of body tissue, resulting from either obstructed circulation or bacterial infection.
Feces, urine, or blood can easily contaminate the wound and infection can range from a superficial infection to septicemia and gangrene of vulvar tissue.
глагол
become affected with gangrene.
The limb that is left to gangrene normally has to be cut off, and that would be a sad indictment on yourselves and a very poor response to the residents of the periphery of town.
Примеры
Patients with deep abscess, extensive bone or joint involvement, crepitus, substantial necrosis or gangrene , or necrotizing fasciitis may be candidates for surgery.
Vasopressin should be infused through a central catheter because peripheral extravasation could cause tissue necrosis and gangrene .
The presence of deep infection with abscess, cellulitis, gangrene , or osteomyelitis is an indication for hospitalization and prompt surgical drainage.
gangrene set in, and her leg was amputated
Rarely, fulminant ischaemic colitis occurs with gangrene or perforation and needs urgent surgical exploration.
Feces, urine, or blood can easily contaminate the wound and infection can range from a superficial infection to septicemia and gangrene of vulvar tissue.
The limb that is left to gangrene normally has to be cut off, and that would be a sad indictment on yourselves and a very poor response to the residents of the periphery of town.
But the vet said the rock hand lacerated his stomach and part of the intestine had gangrened .
Her discharge from hospital was delayed by the fact that her toes were gangrenous (she would eventually lose them) and, because of blood clotting caused by the septicaemia, she had three epileptic seizures.
When they removed the appendix they found it was gangrenous .