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Tuberculosis is the world third infectious disease after HIV and Malaria.

Recently one of my patient’s wife who is a Siamese ask me what is the disease call in Thai. And I managed to find it.

Word Tuberculosis in foreign language from many languages and countries around the world. With this web page you can learn how to write or how to say Tuberculosis in many major international languages.

– English Language (Main) : Tuberculosis

– Afrikaans Language : tuberkulose

– Albanian Language : tuberkuloz

– Arabic Language : مرض السل

– Armenian Language : պալարախտ

– Azerbaijani Language : vərəm

– Basque Language : tuberculosis

– Belarusian Language : сухоты

– Bulgaria Language : туберкулоза

– Catalan Language : tuberculosi

– Chinese (Simplified) Language : 肺结核

– Chinese (Traditional) Language : 肺結核

– Croatian Language : tuberkuloza

– Czech Language : tuberkulóza

– Danish Language : tuberkulose

– Dutch Language : tuberculose

– Estonian Language : tuberkuloos

– Filipino Language : tuberkulosis

– Finnish Language : tuberkuloosi

– French Language : tuberculose

– Galician Language : tuberculose

– Georgian Language : ტუბერკულოზი

– German Language : Tuberkulose

– Greek Language : φυματίωση

– Haitian Creole Language : tibèkiloz

– Hebrew Language : כלי שיט

– Hindi Language : यक्ष्मा

– Hungarian Language : tuberkulózis

– Icelandic Language : berklum

– Indonesian Language : TB

– Irish Language : eitinn

– Italian Language : tubercolosi

– Japanese Language : 結核

– Korean Language : 결핵

– Latvian Language : tuberkuloze

– Lithuanian Language : tuberkuliozė

– Macedonia Language : туберкулоза

– Malay Language : TB

– Maltese Language : tuberkolożi

– Norwegian Language : tuberkulose

– Persian Language : مرض سل

– Polish Language : gruźlica

– Portugese Language : tuberculose

– Romanian Language : tuberculoză

– Russian Language : туберкулез

– Serbian Language : туберкулоза

– Slovak Language : tuberkulóza

– Slovenian Language : tuberkulozo

– Spanish Language : tuberculosis

– Swahili Language : kifua kikuu

– Swedish Language : tuberkulos

– Thai Language : วัณโรค

– Turkish Language : tüberküloz

– Urdu Language : تپیدک

– Vietnamese Language : bệnh lao

– Welsh Language : twbercwlosis

– Yiddish Language : טובערקולאָסיס

I had been away from work for past one week but not hospital. Instead of being a doctor who treat, I became my mum caregiver (she got admitted and have operation).

I just have more free time and often reading my Facebook posting.

And I read a posting from my former colleague who just inform that she pass her MRCP. This is a great news.

And in my opinion, she is one of the good MO who supervise me during my housemanship.

The good senior is the one that kind, humble and smart and show ability to guide the junior and often have plan.

The poor senior is the one that fail to give proper plan of management.

As I recalled during my junior MO day.

I remember at one time I got a referral from burn unit for fast AF. I am so new that time that I have no idea what to. Luckily I give my registrar a call and she gave a precise management plan.
Then i recall another case of DKA, somehow I also give a call to my registrar and to my surprise, he fail to give proper plan and instead leave to my own decision.

As you can see, the former senior is definitely fare better than the latter.

And now for the worst one, one fellow who I think it’s bad because she is so arrogant despite she is one of the pretty looking doctor.