Congestion

An excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part

congestion

(kәn-jes´chәn) abnormal accumulation of fluid, usually blood, in a body part, organ, or area.
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congestion

(L. congestio, from congerere to heap together) excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood in a part.
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congestion

[n] - excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part 2. [n] - excessive crowding
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Congestion

• (n.) Overfullness of the capillary and other blood vessels, etc., in any locality or organ (often producing other morbid symptoms); local hyper/mia, active or passive; as, arterial congestion; venous congestion; congestion of the lungs. • (n.) The act of gathering into a heap or mass; accumulation.
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congestion

noun excessive crowding; `traffic congestion`
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congestion

noun excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part
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congestion

[Noun] State of being crowded, full or blocked.
Example: It was hoped that the new road would relieve congestion.
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Congestion

Con·ges'tion noun [ Latin congestio : confer French congestion .] 1. The act of gathering into a heap or mass; accumulation. [ Obsolete] « The congestion of dead bodies one upon another. Evelyn. » 2. (Medicine) Overfullness of the capi...
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Congestion

accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part or blood vessel for example congestion of the lungs in failing heart. In congestive fever the internal organs become gorged with blood
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Congestion

An excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part or blood vessel. In congestive fever the internal organs become gorged with blood.
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Congestion

An excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part or blood vessel. In con
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Congestion

An excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part or blood vessel. In congestive fever the internal organs become gorged with blood.
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Congestion

Congestion is an excess of fluid in part of the body, often causing a blockage.
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Congestion

Excessive accumulation of blood in the vessels of an organ or tissue.
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congestion

excessive crowding
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congestion

Excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood in a part. ... Origin: L. Congestio, from congerere = to heap together ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Congestion

Refers to trading activity which occurs between to visible boundaries. Often this area is tight or relatively narrow in terms of amplitude.
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Congestion

Refers to trading activity which occurs between to visible boundaries. Often this area is tight or relatively narrow in terms of amplitude.
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Congestion

The costs and inefficiencies that result when a space becomes crowded. For example, costs of international trade may rise due to congestion of ports, if these facilities are not expanded along with trade.
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Congestion

The restriction of traffic flow due to the volume of vehicles using an urban area or other part of the road network.
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Congestion

Thick and boggy tissues, usually resulting from excess inflammation, or irritation that is unremitting.
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Congestion

Traffic in excess of network capacity.
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congestion

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-jes′chŭn Definitions: 1. Presence of an abnormal amount of fluid in the vessels or passages of a part or organ; especially, used of blood due to either increased influx or to an obstruction to outflow.
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Congestion

usually concerned with transport when there is so much traffic it stops or slows down the movement.
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