Hemorrhage

Bleeding, pure and simply.
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Hemorrhage

Hemorrhage: Bleeding or the abnormal flow of blood. The patient may have an internal hemorrhage that is invisible or an external hemorrhage that is visible on the outside of the body. Bleeding into the spleen or liver is internal hemorrhage. Bleeding from a cut on the face is an external hemorrhage. The term 'hemorrhagic' comes from the Greek 'haim
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Hemorrhage

Hem'or·rhage noun [ Latin haemorrhagia , Greek a'imorragi`a ; a'i^ma blood + 'rhgny`nai to break, burst: confer French hémorragie , hémorrhagie .] (Medicine) Any discharge of blood from the blood vessels. » The blood circulates in
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hemorrhage

Synonym for haemorrhage ... <physiology> The escape of blood from the vessels, bleeding. ... Small haemorrhages are classified according to size as petechiae (very small), purpura (up to 1 cm) and ecchymoses (larger). The massive accumulation of blood within a tissue is called a haematoma. ... Origin: Gr. Rhegnynai = to burst forth ... (18 No
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hemorrhage

(hem´ә-rәj) the escape of blood from a ruptured vessel; it can be either external or internal. Blood from an artery is bright red in color and comes in spurts; that from a vein is dark red and comes in a steady flow. Signs of significant internal hemorrhage include restlessness, cold and clammy skin, t...
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Hemorrhage

• (n.) Any discharge of blood from the blood vessels.
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hemorrhage

(from the article `animal disease`) ...part, which is referred to by the term congestion, or hyperemia, occurs during inflammation; a diminished blood flow to tissues is referred to by ... Examination of the cerebrospinal fluid, obtained by lumbar puncture (i.e., a needle inserted into the lower back), is performed if meningitis or ... ...
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hemorrhage

hemorrhage 1. In medicine, an abnormal, severe internal or external discharge of blood. It my be venous, arterial, or capillary from blood vessels into tissues, into or from the body. Venous blood is dark red and its flow is continuous. Arterial blood is bright red and flows in spurts. Capillary blood is reddish and exudes from the tissue.2. The di
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hemorrhage

excessive bleeding
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hemorrhage

An acute loss of blood from any site. Trauma to major arteries, veins, or the heart may lead to massive hemorrhage. Gastrointestinal tract hemorrhage is usually accompanied by loss of altered blood in vomit or feces and may lead to shock; ulcers and bowel cancer are important causes. Antepartum he...
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Hemorrhage

Bleeding that is abnormally heavy and may require a blood transfusion. Bleeding can be internally or externally.
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hemorrhage

hemorrhage (hem'urij) , escape of blood from the circulation (arteries, veins, capillaries) to the internal or external tissues. The term is usually applied to a loss of blood that is copious enough to threaten health or life. Slow bleeding may lead to anemia, while the sudden loss of a large am...
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hemorrhage

Type: Term Pronunciation: hem′ŏ-răj Definitions: 1. An escape of blood from the intravascular space. 2. To bleed.
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Hemorrhage

Excessive discharge of blood from the blood vessels; profuse bleeding.
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HEMORRHAGE

Bleeding.
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hemorrhage

In medicine, loss of blood from damaged blood vessels. A hemorrhage may be internal or external, and usually involves a lot of bleeding in a short time.
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Hemorrhage

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Hemorrhage

Heavy bleeding from the uterus. Hemorrhage is rare and can occur postpartum
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Hemorrhage

A loss of blood.
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HEMORRHAGE

bleeding.
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Hemorrhage

Bleeding or the abnormal flow of blood.
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hemorrhage

the dramatic and sudden loss of blood
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Hemorrhage

The medical word for excessive bleeding.
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HEMORRHAGE

Bleeding or blood loss.
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Hemorrhage

Internal bleeding.
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