Edema

Oedema
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Edema

Accumulation of more than normal amounts of tissue fluid or lymph in the intercellular spaces, resulting in localised swelling of the area.
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Edema

collection of fluid in the tissues of a part of the body. Diabetics often have edemic feet due to the impaired circulation in them.
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Edema

Edema (American English) or oedema (British English) (ə; from the Greek οἴδημα—oídēma, `swelling`), formerly known as dropsy or hydropsy, is an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the interstitium, which are locations beneath the skin or in one or more cavities of the body. It is clinically shown as swelling. Generally, the amount of i.....
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edema

Fluid swelling that can accumulate anywhere in the body.
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Edema

• (n.) Same as oedema.
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edema

(ә-de´mә) the accumulation of excess fluid in a body compartment; it may be in the cells (cellular edema), in the intercellular spaces within tissues (interstitial edema), or in potential spaces within the body. Edema may also be classified by location, such as pulmonary edema, cerebral edema, ascites, hydrothorax...
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edema

(ue-de;mua) An excessive accumulation of fluid in the body tissues.
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edema

oedema noun swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue
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Edema

(Oedema) A medical term for swelling.
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Edema

E·de'ma noun [ New Latin ] (Medicine) Same as œdema .
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Edema

A condition where fluid accumulates in spaces between cells, swelling tissues.
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Edema

A localized or systemic condition in which the body tissues contain an excessive amount of fluid.
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edema

Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body tissues or body cavities causing swelling or distention of the affected parts.
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edema

accumulation of abnormal amounts of fluid in body tissue.
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Edema

Accumulation of fluid in organs and tissues of the body; swelling.
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Edema

An abnormal accumulation of fluid, usually from the lymph system, which causes swelling and puffiness.
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edema

An excessive accumulation of fluid generally in the extracellular or intracellular areas of the brain.
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Edema

An excessive accumulation of fluid within the tissue spaces. Edema is common during pregnancy because of extra blood production and pressure on the vena cava from the growing uterus. Swelling seems to be at its worst during the second and third trimesters. Some swelling is normal during pregnancy and should not be alarming. However, if sudden s...
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edema

edema (idē'mu) , abnormal accumulation of fluid in the body tissues or in the body cavities causing swelling or distention of the affected parts. Edema of the ankles and lower legs (in ambulatory patients) is characteristic of congestive heart failure, but it can accompany other conditions...
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edema

excess fluid in body tissues; swelling of the ankles, for example, is a sign of edema
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edema

excessive accumulation of fluid
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Edema

Excessive accumulation of fluid in the body tissues.
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edema

in medicine, an abnormal accumulation of watery fluid in the intercellular spaces of connective tissue. Edematous tissues are swollen and, when ... [14 related articles]
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Edema

Our Edema Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Edema Edema: The swelling of soft tissues as a result of excess water accumulation. Edema is often more prominent in the lower legs and feet toward the end of the day as a result of pooling of fluid from the upright position maintained during the day. Upon awaken...
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