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íleo
  5

It means bowel occlusion. Intestinal occlusion . In medicine is the inability of the intestine to contract and have its normal movements.

  
yeyuno
  3

It is the name of a section of the small intestine that goes between the duodenum and the ileum. It is important because through intestinal villus it absorbs nutrients from the food bolus and passes them into the bloodstream.

  
isquion
  3

In Anatomy and Medicine, it is the name of each of the bones of the pelvis and they are part of each coxal (it is the union of the ilium and pubis bones). It is divisible into two parts (branch and body).

  
hematoquesia
  3

The correct term is hematochecia, with c. It is the medical term for denoting the presence of red blood output through the rectum. Causes may include colon cancer, colitis or ulcers. It usually occurs from bleeding in the colon or rectum.

  
rectorragia
  3

It is the medical term for denoting the presence of red blood output through the rectum. Causes may include colon cancer, colitis or ulcers. It usually occurs from bleeding in the colon or rectum. It can be a consequence of hemorrhoids and usually occurs in the elderly. It is also often called proctorrhgia.

  
dasypus hybridus
  4

It is the scientific name of a variety of armadillo, typical of the South American cone. Dasypus means that it has hairy leg or leg and hybridus is an epithet or complement that means hybrid or mixed. It is known as long nose armadillo, southern long nose armadillo, mulita or tú mulita.

  
a cabalidad
  2

It means the right way. It was done completely, it did not lack anything, complete, fair, accurate, complete, perfect. It means finished, complete.

  
dasypus septemcinctus
  3

It is the name of a species of armadillo from Bolivia, Paraguay and Northern Argentina. Dasypus means hairy leg or leg and septemcinctus, means seven ribbons or armored bands (refers to the number of bands you have on your shell or ossified skin). It is known as small mulita, mulita girl, tú mulita, seven-band mulita or seven-band armadillo. It is typical of the Chaco region. Some synonyms, words or similar expressions may be small mulita, mulita girl, tú mulita, seven-band mulita or seven-band armadillo

  
potranca
  2

Female foal (or foal) . Youthful mare who hasn't given off off offing up yet. Filly.

  
chlamyphorus truncatus
  3

Chlamyphorus truncatus , is the scientific name of an animal of the armadillo family, of very special characteristics (they are very small and its shell is partial). It belongs to the family Chlamyphoridae and the genus Chlamyphorus . It is found only in central Argentina. The name means the following: Chlamyphorus , which is the name of the genus, means that it carries a blanket, short layer or shell and the epithet truncatus means truncated, trimmed. In conclusion it means that it has a trimmed layer or shell. It is known as minor pichiciego or pampean pichiciego.

  
chlamyphractus dimartinoi
  3

It is the scientific name of an extinct armadillo that existed in Argentina. The word Chlamiphractus (which is the name of the taxonomic genus), is made up of two Greek roots Chlamy which means layer, mantle or shell and phractus which means reinforced or fortified, thicker. The epithet dimartinoi, which is an eponymous, is the dedication to a scientist named Di Martino, who made the findings of his fossils in Arroyo Chasicó, called Vicente Di Martino.

  
chaetophractus villosus
  2

It is the scientific name of the big quirquincho, hairy tatú or hairy armadillo. It's a type of armadillo that lives in the Southern Cone of South America. It is found mostly in Argentina. The scientific name is made up of the genus name Chaetophractus, which means thick or fortified hair and the epithet villosus which means abundant, hairy hair. Hard-haired hairy armadillo.

  
acalculias
  1

Plural of acalculia . It means inability to calculate, no calculation. It is the name in Medicine, of a mental incapacity that does not allow to understand numbers and mathematical concepts, so the patient cannot perform numerical operations or calculations of any kind. It's a mental pathology.

  
cuevas
  3

In Colombia it is a surname of Spanish origin. Plural cave. It means caves, burrows, cavities, caverns, hollows, pits. Places that are very visited by speleologists. Naturally occurring holes or cavities found below the ground.

  
espeleóloga
  3

Person who likes to visit or explore caves, caves or caves. Woman who practices caving.

  
espeleólogo
  3

Person who likes to visit or explore caves, caves or caves. Man who practices caving.

  
paqueta
  3

In Uruguay means formal, elegant, distinguished, category or good quality. It is a brand of clothing and footwear. There is also Paquetá, or Lucas Paquetá, which is the popular way as the football player Lucas Tolentino Coelho de Lima, of Brazilian origin, but nationalized in Portugal is known. He is a player of the Brazilian national team.

  
isondú
  3

Luminescent nocturnal insect. Coleopter insect belonging to the family Lampiridae . Luminescent worm, glowing worm. It's a way of calling the firefly or cocuyo.

  
isondúes
  2

Plural of isondu . It means luminescent nocturnal insect. Coleopter insect belonging to the family Lampiridae . Luminescent worm, glowing worm. It's a way of calling the firefly or cocuyo.

  
puspús
  2

It is one of the common names of a shrub plant of various uses (medicinal, industrial, for firewood, dry cleaning, etc.). It is from the Fabaceae family and its scientific name is Zuccagnia punctata. It is also known by the names of pus-pus, male jar, pispito jar or can.

  






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