necrotising fasciitis


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necrotising fasciitis

[ˈnekrəʊtaɪzɪŋfæʃɪˈaɪtɪs] N (Med) → fascitis f necrotizante

necrotising fasciitis

n (Med) → nekrotisierende Fasciitis
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If a normal infection is compared to a house fire, necrotising fasciitis is like a whole forest fire.
NECROTISING Fasciitis (NF) is a bacterial infection that attacks soft tissue.
Las t year, jus t two cases of necrotising fasciitis were reported in the whole of Scotland.
TWO drug users are seriously ill after being hit by the flesh-eating disease necrotising fasciitis.
Dr Marina Morgan, consultant microbiologist, said Vanessa's disease - necrotising fasciitis - was hard to detect but admitted she should have been admitted for further tests.
Sorry, but as much as we admire the wonders of modern medicine and take our hats off to the people who save lives, watching someone suffering from necrotising fasciitis when we've barely digested dinner isn't our idea of a nice Monday night in.
Simple chickenpox turned into the killer flesh-eating bug necrotising fasciitis - and as the infection went unnoticed, Tabitha ended up just hours away from death.
The High Court in Edinburgh heard that, since the abuse, Ferguson had nearly lost his life to the flesh-eating bug necrotising fasciitis and that it had munched its way through his genital area.
The convicted drugs baron was infected with necrotising fasciitis after developing his own heroin habit during a long jail term.
NECROTISING fasciitis is a bacterial infection that attacks soft tissue and the fascia, a sheath of tissue covering the muscle.
Dr Henk Giele was treating the 39-year-old woman after she was hit by the flesh-eating bug necrotising fasciitis.
Dr Bethan Hughes failed to recognise the killer necrotising fasciitis and thought the blister was caused by a non-threatening condition.