hydrops

(hi´drops) old term for edema. adj., hydrop´ic, adj. . fetal hydrops , hydrops fetalis gross edema of the entire body of the newborn infant, in erythroblastosis fetalis.
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hydrops

<disease> A name applied to recurrent vertigo accompanied by ringing in the ears (tinnitus) and deafness. A dysfunction of the semi-circular canals (endolymphatic sac) in the inner ear. ... Symptoms include dizziness, hearing loss (one-sided), vertigo, nausea, vomiting and abnormal eye movements. ... Treatment includes anticholinergics, antih...
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Hydrops

[genus] Hydrops is a genus of colubrid snakes. Two or three species are currently recognized. ==Cited references== ...
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Hydrops

A baby that is swollen with fluid
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HYDROPS

An abnormality during pregnancy where the uterus retains large amounts of water. This can be caused by defects in the fetus and/or in the mother.
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hydrops

hydrops An excessive accumulation of serous fluid in interstitial tissues or body cavities.
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hydrops

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′drops Definitions: 1. An excessive accumulation of clear, watery fluid in any of the tissues or cavities of the body; synonymous, according to its character and location, with ascites, anasarca, edema, and other conditions.
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