rubor


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Noun1.rubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritationrubor - a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat
inflammatory disease - a disease characterized by inflammation
adenitis - inflammation of a gland or lymph node
alveolitis - inflammation of the alveoli in the lungs caused by inhaling dust; with repeated exposure the condition may become chronic
alveolitis, dry socket - inflammation in the socket of a tooth; sometimes occurs after a tooth is extracted and a blood clot fails to form
angiitis - inflammation of a blood vessel or lymph duct
aortitis - inflammation of the aorta
appendicitis - inflammation of the vermiform appendix
arteritis - inflammation of an artery
balanitis - inflammation of the head of the penis
balanoposthitis - inflammation of both the head of the penis and the foreskin
blepharitis - inflammation of the eyelids characterized by redness and swelling and dried crusts
bursitis - inflammation of a bursa; frequently in the shoulder
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
carditis - inflammation of the heart
catarrh - inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus
cellulitis - an inflammation of body tissue (especially that below the skin) characterized by fever and swelling and redness and pain
cervicitis - inflammation of the uterine cervix
cheilitis - inflammation and cracking of the skin of the lips
cholangitis - inflammation of the bile ducts
cholecystitis - inflammation of the gall bladder
chorditis - inflammation of the vocal cords
chorditis - inflammation of the spermatic cord
colitis, inflammatory bowel disease - inflammation of the colon
colpitis - inflammation of the vagina
colpocystitis - inflammation of the vagina and bladder
conjunctivitis, pinkeye - inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye
corditis - inflammation of the spermatic cord
costochondritis - inflammation at the junction of a rib and its cartilage
dacryocystitis - inflammation of the lacrimal sac causing obstruction of the tube draining tears into the nose
diverticulitis - inflammation of a diverticulum in the digestive tract (especially the colon); characterized by painful abdominal cramping and fever and constipation
cephalitis, encephalitis, phrenitis - inflammation of the brain usually caused by a virus; symptoms include headache and neck pain and drowsiness and nausea and fever (`phrenitis' is no longer in scientific use)
encephalomyelitis - inflammation of the brain and spinal cord
endarteritis - inflammation of the inner lining of an artery
endocervicitis - inflammation of the mucous lining of the uterine cervix
enteritis - inflammation of the intestine (especially the small intestine); usually characterized by diarrhea
epicondylitis - painful inflammation of the muscles and soft tissues around an epicondyle
epididymitis - painful inflammation of the epididymis
epiglottitis - inflammation of the epiglottis; characterized by fever and a severe sore throat and difficulty in swallowing
episcleritis - inflammation of the sclera of the eye
esophagitis, oesophagitis - inflammation of the esophagus; often caused by gastroesophageal reflux
fibrositis - inflammation of white fibrous tissues (especially muscle sheaths)
fibromyositis - local inflammation of muscle and connective tissue
folliculitis - inflammation of a hair follicle
funiculitis - inflammation of a funiculus (especially an inflammation of the spermatic cord)
gastritis - inflammation of the lining of the stomach; nausea and loss of appetite and discomfort after eating
glossitis - inflammation of the tongue
hydrarthrosis - inflammation and swelling of a movable joint because of excess synovial fluid
ileitis - inflammation of the ileum
iridocyclitis - inflammation of the iris and ciliary body of the eye
iridokeratitis - inflammation of the iris and cornea of the eye
iritis - inflammation of the iris
jejunitis - inflammation of the jejunum of the small intestine
jejunoileitis - inflammation of the jejunum and the ileum of the small intestine
keratitis - inflammation of the cornea causing watery painful eyes and blurred vision
keratoconjunctivitis - inflammation of the cornea and conjunctiva
keratoiritis - inflammation of the cornea and the iris of the eye
keratoscleritis - inflammation of the cornea and sclera of the eye
Translations

ru·bor

n. rubor, enrojecimiento de la piel.
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Examen fisico: lesion tumoral de 3 x 2 cm de diametro, con calor y rubor local, en ambas mamas.
Hiperbolico, magnificaba sin rubor los logros de una revolucion que navega a contracorriente --"Cuba, el pais con mayor numero de medicos per capita del mundo"--, aunque a veces sus afirmaciones reflejaran una ironia involuntaria: "el sistema cubano es el mas democratico del planeta".
El gran sismo de 1858 destruyo la mayor parte de los nichos y osarios del popular panteon de Santa Paula, dependiente de la parroquia, entonces la municipalidad decidio cerrarlo dando paso al fraccionamiento urbano de lo que hoy se conoce como colonia Guerrero, la cual, sin rubor alguno, se "engullo" al barrio de Santa Maria la Redonda.
Las dermatosis que se clasificaron como lesiones benignas transitorias fueron: acrocianosis intensa, ampolla de succion, callo de succion labial, cutis marmorata intensa, dermatitis perianal, descamacion fisiologica, eritema toxico neonatal, hiperpigmentacion genital, hiperplasia sebacea, hipertricosis, ictericia, melanosis pustulosa neonatal transitoria, miliaria, palidez, quiste gingival, quiste miliar, quiste palatino, rubor generalizado, vernix caseosa.
Enzyme has antecedently been reported to utilize as pain killer and anti-inflammatory potential against symptoms of acute allergic rubor like headache and tooth pain with no harmful effect.
La sala se lleno de rubor, risas y recuerdos de romances.
Obviamente, todos los medios, prensa y television, eran favorables a la dictadura y, ademas, cultivaron la mentira con entusiasmo y sin rubor.
On local examination there was fluctuating swelling over suprapatellar region with mild rubor, and restriction of movement at knee joint [Figure: 1a, 1b].
De los ochenta para aca, nuestro culto a la "putilla del rubor helado", como la llamo Gorostiza, dejo de ser un desafio humoristico o una temeridad festiva, y parece anunciar un retroceso espiritual de alcances impredecibles.
Rubor, alem do afluxo de sangue as faces que mostra a timidez ou recato do sujeito, ilustra o seu embaraco devido a algo que ofendeu os bons costumes.
Por fin, llegaron muy puntuales los cinco, a las ocho y media de la noche, junto con la novia de uno de ellos y mi suegra, que cuenta que veia con rubor como entre las primeras copas y aperitivos se iban vaciando las charolas de bocadillos a pasos mas que agigantados.
Sirvase usted, amable senor, aceptar estas humildes cuanto sinceras sugerencias: apagueles sorpresivamente la luz, para que se aterren en pleno coloquio amoroso; riase sin rubor ni comedimiento de los ridiculos calzoncillos de el; escondale el paraguas y ruegue a voz en cuello que llueva; cobrele alquiler por sus pijamas; en el desayuno suprimales el jugo y limiteles el pan; por ultimo, para darles el susto de su vida, plantese frente a ellos y peguese un tiro.