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|English to Slovak translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: rubeola|
|another term from the vaccine history; The english translation appears to be 'measles'; is it osypky?|
Some charts I looked at translate 'rubeola' as ruzienka but ruzienka should be rubella.
Martine, I've checked in all my medical dictionaries and, strangely enough, rubella and rubeola seem to be interchangeable when talking about German measles, although rubeola generally seems to mean 'measles'.
I'm sorry I don't know the Slovak for this, but hopefully it will help you get it straight...
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Röteln Rubeola, Rubella; engl.: rubella; röteln; German measles
Ma|sern Morbilli; engl.: measles ...
and measles are osýpky in slovak language.
Found at: http://www.lifeline.de
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Measles, also called rubeola, is best known for its typical skin rash. It is, however, primarily a respiratory infection. The first symptoms are irritability, runny nose, eyes that are red and sensitive to light, hacking cough, and a fever as high as 105F (40.6C). The length of these early symptoms, called the prodromal period, is usually three or four days before the rash appears. In some persons, however, the prodromal period may be as short as one day, or as long as eight.
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