These sentences come from external sources and may not be accurate. More translations in the English- Dutch dictionary. More information. Context sentences Context sentences for "spleen" in Hungarian These sentences come from external sources and may not be accurate. English The punches crushed his kidneys, tore his liver, and ruptured his spleen. English Then theA struck him: upper thigh, groin, spleen , shoulder, cheel and heart. English Then they fall down and rupture a spleen or burst a bladder. English He had a pair of livers, too, said Luke, and a twelve-ounce spleen. English And all my fingers, and all my teeth, my precious little spleen , and both buttocks. English The.
"spleen" in Hungarian
It is somewhat flattened, considerably narrower than the gastric surface, and is in relation with the upper part of the anterior surface of the left kidney and occasionally with the left adrenal gland. Because of his clumsy personality, he often causes trouble and embarrassment for others; however, Mune is kind-hearted, courageous and is able to make up for the things that he has done wrong. The spleen is part of the lymphatic system. The only vertebrates lacking a spleen are the lampreys and hagfishes the Cyclostomata. This entry is from Wikipedia, the leading user-contributed encyclopedia. In most vertebrates, the spleen continues to produce red blood cells throughout life; only in mammals this function is lost in middle-aged adults. These monocytes, upon moving to injured tissue such as the heart after myocardial infarction , turn into dendritic cells and macrophages while promoting tissue healing. One of the humours body fluid was the black bile, secreted by the spleen organ and associated with melancholy. The diaphragm, you idiot!
Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia JMML is a rare childhood cancer. It happens when immature blood cells called blasts make too many myelocytes and monocytes two types of white blood cells. These myelocytes, monocytes, and blasts crowd the normal cells in the bone marrow and other organs in the body, causing the symptoms of JMML. Juvenile myelomonocytic mye-eh-low-mah-nuh-SIT-ik leukemia usually happens in children younger than 4 years old. JMML develops over time. A child may have very few symptoms at first because they can take months to develop. Many children diagnosed with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia have a change in their genes a mutation. The change happens in monocytes MAH-nuh-sites , which are part of the immune system. Some medical conditions — such as neurofibromatosis type 1 and Noonan syndrome — can make a child more likely to develop JMML. Doctors use special tests when they suspect leukemia.