- n. Plural form of infection.
“Prevents yeast infections and urinary tract infections*”
“He's been on medical leave, dealing with what he describes as infections that could create complications for a hip he had put in a year ago.”
“Younger women tend to have short-term infections, so Pap tests are a better way to screen them.”
“Soldiers complained of respiratory problems and skin infections, and in some cases believed they developed leukemia and tumors from the exposure.”
“Mucoid plaque also causes skin infections, cancer and chronic abdominal ailments such as indigestion, gas, bloating of the stomach and constipation.”
“But without important changes in the way our country addresses HIV/AIDS, in five years the annual rate of 56,000 new infections is more likely to grow than to decline.”
“The neighborhood is rife with skin infections, tuberculosis and other ailments.”
“Some of the miners appear to have skin infections and have complained of dental problems.”
“U.S. authorities had just cited the plant for several violations, including making a contaminated ointment used to treat skin infections on children.”
“Other drugs made at the plant include Kytril, an anti - nausea medication, and Bactroban, an ointment used to treat skin infections, the Justice Department said.”
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