Spongiosis

Spongiosis is mainly intercellular edema (abnormal accumulation of fluid) in the epidermis, and is characteristic of eczematous dermatitis, manifested clinically by intraepidermal vesicles (fluid-containing spaces), `juicy` papules, and/or lichenification. ==Additional images== Image:Spongiotic_dermatitis_(2)_Dyshidrotic.JPG|Histopathological im.....
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spongiosis

(spun″je-o┬┤sis) intercellular edema within the epidermis.
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Spongiosis

A microscopic term referring to increased intercellular fluid in the epidermis (intercellular edema) that physically pulls keratinocytes away from each other accentuating where they are connected to each other by desmosomes. If severe, spongiosis will cause intraepidemal vesicles (spongiotic vesicles). This pathologic change is nonspecific but ofte...
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spongiosis

Inflammatory intercellular oedema of the epidermis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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spongiosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: spŭn′jē-ō′sis Definitions: 1. Inflammatory intercellular edema of the epidermis. 2. In neurology, vacuolation of cortical grey matter seen in some encephalopathies.
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