nappy rash


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nappy rash

n
(Medicine) Brit (in babies) any irritation to the skin around the genitals, anus, or buttocks, usually caused by contact with urine or excrement. Formal name: napkin rash US and Canadian name: diaper rash
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nappy rash

nWundsein nt, → Windeldermatitis f (spec); little Jonathan’s got nappy rashder kleine Jonathan ist wund
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