Binsaa

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binsaa
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disease (class)
Subclass ofgastrointestinal system disease, clinical sign, feces and droppings symptom, disease (individual) Mali niŋ
Health specialtyinfectious diseases, gastroenterology Mali niŋ
Drug or therapy used for treatmentcarbonic acid, lidamidine Mali niŋ
ICD-9-CM787.91, 009.2 Mali niŋ
ICPC 2 IDD11 Mali niŋ
NCI Thesaurus IDC2987 Mali niŋ
Patientplus IDacute-diarrhoea-in-adults-pro Mali niŋ

Binsaa (diarrhea)[1]

Binsaa nyɛla di yi ti niŋ ka ninsal' bindi nyɛ kom kom. Niri yi ti damdiri banjira zaɣi komkom buta zuɣu dabisi yini bee n-gari, di wuhirimi ni binsaa n-gbaagi o maa. Bee di yi ti niŋ ka o kuli damdiri pari taba ka di pa o ni yi pun damdiri shɛm dabisili pulini. Daɣiri mini binnɛma n-tooi tahiri binsaa na, di yi niŋ ka daɣiri mini binnɛma kpe ninsali puli ni bee o binnyɔri ni, di ni ti dilana maa binsaa. Din tooi che ka binsaa yeligiri n-nyɛ di yi niŋ ka daɣiri kpe bindirigu ni, bee ko' nyurim ni. Sabita kalinsi ʒilɛli ni gba too tahiri binsaa na. Binsaa ni tooi yuui ninsali ningbuna ni dabisi gbaliŋ ka ni tooi che ka ninsali ningbuna koŋ di yɛlibɔra ka o kɔɣisi yi fini zaa[2].

Kundivihira[mali niŋ | mali mi di yibu sheena n-niŋ]

  1. Naden, Tony. 2014. Dagbani dictionary. Webonary.
  2. Diarrhoea, Diarrhoeal diseases, diarrhea, acute watery diarrhoea (en).


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