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English-German translation for: Krankheit
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German-English Dictionary: Krankheit

Krankheit {f}
affliction [illness]med.
complaint [illness]med.
distemper [archaic] [disease]med.
morbus [disease]med.
medical conditionmed.
Krankheit {f} [bestimmtes Leiden]
condition [medical condition]med.
Krankheit {f} [schlechter Gesundheitszustand]
ill healthmed.
Krankheit verbreiten
to spread disease
to propagate disease
Krankheit vorschützen
to feign illness
Krankheit vortäuschen
to sham to be ill
to pretend illness
to malingermed.
Addison-Krankheit {f}
Addison's diseasemed.
Addison'sche Krankheit {f}
Addison's diseasemed.
addisonsche Krankheit {f}
Addison's disease <AD> [also: Addison disease]med.
Ahornrindenschäler-Krankheit {f}
maple bark diseasemed.
aktuelle Krankheit {f}
current diseasemed.
Alzheimer-Krankheit {f}
Alzheimer disease <AD>med.
Alzheimer-Krankheit {f} <AK>
Alzheimer's disease <AD>med.
Alzheimer'sche Krankheit {f}
Alzheimer's disease <AD>med.
alzheimersche Krankheit {f}
Alzheimer's disease <AD>med.
Alzheimersche Krankheit {f} [alt]
Alzheimer's disease <AD>med.
Andersen-Krankheit {f} [Glykogenose Typ 4]
Andersen's disease [also: Andersen disease] [glycogen storage disease type IV]med.
Anderson-Krankheit {f} [Chylomikronen-Retentions-Krankheit]
Anderson's disease [also: Anderson disease] [chylomicron retention disease]med.
ansteckende Krankheit {f}
epidemic diseasemed.
contagious diseasemed.
infectious diseasemed.
communicable diseasemed.
artifizielle Krankheit {f}
factitious disease [artificial disease]med.psych.
Aujeszky-Krankheit {f}
pseudorabies [viral disease in swine]VetMed.
aujeszkysche Krankheit {f}
mad itch [coll.] [Aujeszky's disease]VetMed.
Aujeszky's disease [viral disease in swine]VetMed.
Baerensprung'sche Krankheit {f}
Baerensprung / Baerensprung's disease [erythrasma] [also Bärensprung's disease]med.
Baló-Krankheit {f}
Baló's diseasemed.
Bang'sche Krankheit {f} [seuchenhaftes Verkalben]
Bang's disease [brucellosis]VetMed.
bangsche Krankheit {f} [seuchenhaftes Verkalben]
Bang's disease [brucellosis]VetMed.
Basedow-Krankheit {f}
Graves' disease <GD>med.
Basedow'sche Krankheit {f}
Basedow's diseasemed.
Graves disease <GD>med.
basedowsche Krankheit {f}
(exophthalmic) goiter [Am.] [Graves' disease]med.
(exophthalmic) goitre [Br.] [Graves' disease]med.
Basedowsche Krankheit {f} [alt]
Graves' disease <GD>med.
Behçet-Krankheit {f} [auch: Morbus Behçet, Morbus Behcet]
Behçet's disease [also: Behçet disease, Behcet disease, Morbus Adamantiades-Behçet]med.
Benson-Krankheit {f} [asteroide Hyalose]
Benson's disease [astroid hyalosis]med.
Beriberi-Krankheit {f}
beriberi [Panneuritis epidemica]med.VetMed.
Bernhardt-Krankheit {f} [auch: Bernhardt-Roth-Krankheit]
Roth-Bernhardt disease [Meralgia paraesthetica]med.
Binswanger-Krankheit {f}
Binswanger's diseasemed.
Blount-Krankheit {f}
Blount's diseasemed.
Borna-Krankheit {f}
Borna disease <BD>VetMed.
Borna'sche Krankheit {f}
Borna disease <BD>equest.VetMed.
Bornholmer Krankheit {f}
Bornholm disease [Pleurodynia epidemica]med.
Breisky-Krankheit {f} [Kraurosis vulvae]
kraurosis vulvae / kraurosis of (the) vulva [Craurosis vulvae]med.
brightsche Krankheit {f}
Bright's diseasehist.med.
Bärensprung-Krankheit {f}
Baerensprung / Baerensprung's disease [erythrasma] [also Bärensprung's disease]med.
Caisson-Krankheit {f}
caisson diseasemed.
diver's paralysismed.
compressed-air illnessmed.
Calvé-Krankheit {f}
Calvé's diseasemed.
Canavan-Krankheit {f}
Canavan diseasemed.
Chagas-Krankheit {f}
Chagas' disease <CD>med.
(South) American trypanosomiasis [Chagas disease]med.
Charcot-Krankheit {f}
Charcot / Charcot's diseasemed.
Christmas-Krankheit {f} [Hämophilie B]
Christmas disease [haemophilia B / hemophilia B]med.
chronische Krankheit {f}
chronic illnessmed.
confirmed diseasemed.
Clarkson-Krankheit {f}
Clarkson's disease [also: Clarkson disease]med.
d'Acosta-Krankheit {f} [Höhenkrankheit]
Acosta disease [also: d'Acosta disease] [altitude sickness]med.
Degos-Krankheit {f} [auch: Degos-Erkrankung]
Degos diseasemed.
demyelinisierende Krankheit {f}
demyelinating diseasemed.
Devic-Krankheit {f} [Neuromyelitis optica]
Devic's diseasemed.
neuromyelitis optica <NMO>med.
Dupuytren-Krankheit {f} [Morbus Dupuytren]
Dupuytren / Dupuytren's diseasemed.
Economo-Krankheit {f} [Von-Economo-Krankheit]
(von) Economo disease [Encephalitis lethargica (sive epidemica)]med.
Eisenmenger-Krankheit {f} [selten] [Eisenmengersyndrom]
Eisenmenger / Eisenmenger's diseasemed.
endemische Krankheit {f}
epileptische Krankheit {f}
epileptic disordermed.
Fabry-Krankheit {f}
Fabry disease <FD>med.
Fabry's disease <FD>med.
Farber-Krankheit {f}
Farber diseasemed.
fibrocytic dysmucopolysaccharidosis [Farber disease]med.
Favabohnen-Krankheit {f}
Flajani-Krankheit {f} [selten]
Flajani-Basedow-Graves diseasemed.
Fothergill-Krankheit {f} [Trigeminusneuralgie]
Fothergill's disease [trigeminal neuralgia]med.
französische Krankheit {f} [veraltet; noch hum.] [Syphilis]
French disease [archaic] [syphilis]
fünfte Krankheit {f} [Ringelröteln]
fifth disease [Erythema infectiosum]med.
Gaucher-Krankheit {f}
Gaucher's disease <GD>med.
gefürchtete Krankheit {f}
dreaded disease
gefährliche Krankheit {f}
dangerous disease
gleichzeitige Krankheit {f}
contemporary disease
Glässer'sche Krankheit {f}
Glässer's diseaseVetMed.
glässersche Krankheit {f}
Glässer's diseaseVetMed.
grauenvolle Krankheit {f}
gruesome diseasemed.
Haglund-Krankheit {f}
Haglund's diseasemed.
Hansen-Krankheit {f} [Lepra]
Hansen / Hansen's disease <HD> [leprosy]med.
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