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podólogo 1

also: feminine: podóloga


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There are 2 main translations of podólogo in English:

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podólogo 2
also: feminine: podóloga

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • He visitado a un podólogo, pero sin obtener resultados satisfactorios.
  • En 1968 el Ministerio de Salud reguló la profesión de podólogo, aunque su historia es mucho más antigua.
  • También es recomendable la visita a un podólogo para que vaya eliminando los excesos de piel.

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