Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ulcer"

The meaning of "Ulcer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: In the past duodenal ulcer was 10 times as common in men as in women amd gastric ulcer had a male preponderance of 3:2.
Please, help me ne anlama geliyor?
A: It means duodenal ulcers are more common in men and Gastric ulcers are also more common by a ratio of 3:2

Synonyms of "Ulcer" and their differences

Q: ulcer ve scar arasındaki fark nedir?
A: An ulcer is a damaged part of the stomach lining where the stomach is burned by its own acid. A scar is a mark that remains on the skin where a wound has healed.

Other questions about "Ulcer"

Q: The ulcer on my skin has begun to fester. It hurts to squeeze the pus.

Is it correct?
A: The ulcer on my skin has began to fester. It hurts to squeeze the pus
Q:
she gets a ulcer in her mouth

she got a ulcer in her mouth

What's the difference? how should I use them?

What's the difference?
A: 'she's gets an ulcer' is present tense (or constantly has one)

Example:
Me: "Does Sam have an ulcer"
You: "Yes, she gets ulcers all the time"


'she got an ulcer' is past tense, she did have one

Example:
Me: "Is Sam's mouth sore?"
You: "Yes, she got an ulcer yesterday"
Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret ulcer.
A: A stomach ulcer.

A cut can turn into an ulcer.
Q: I have ulcers in my mouth , so it’s very painful when I eat. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: natural
Q: I have an ulcer in my mouth, so it’s very painful when I eat. It must be a sign of eating junk food too much. I need to pay attention to what to eat. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: Sounds natural to me! Good job! Or to make it bit shorter....

I have mouth ulcer (canker sores), it's very painful when I eat. It must be a sign that I'm eating too much junk food.

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