Definition of Ascites. Meaning of Ascites. Synonyms of Ascites

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Definition of Ascites

Ascites
Ascites As*ci"tes, n. [L., fr. Gr. ? (sc. ? disease), fr. ? bladder, belly.] (Med.) A collection of serous fluid in the cavity of the abdomen; dropsy of the peritoneum. --Dunglison.

Meaning of Ascites from wikipedia

- cirrhosis, more than half develop ascites in the ten years following diagnosis. Of those in this group who develop ascites, half will die within three years...
- The serum-ascites albumin gradient or gap (SAAG) is a calculation used in medicine to help determine the cause of ascites. The SAAG may be a better discriminant...
- indication is ascites that has developed in people with cirrhosis. It is used for a number of reasons: to relieve abdominal pressure from ascites to diagnose...
- treating cirrhosis. Chylous ascites heals best if the lymphatic vessel involved is closed. Heart failure can cause recurring ascites. Another disorder is called...
- Ehrlich-Lettre ascites carcinoma (EAC) is also known as Ehrlich cell. It was originally established as an ascites tumor in mice. The tumor was cultured...
- with the development of fluid in the abdomen (ascites). The spectrum continues with diuretic-resistant ascites, where the kidneys are unable to excrete sufficient...
- ****ociated with ascites and right hydrothorax that disappear after tumor removal. Non-gynecological manifestations include: ascites, portal vein obstruction...
- drain the liver. It presents with the cl****ical triad of abdominal pain, ascites, and liver enlargement. The formation of a blood clot within the hepatic...
- and feet; severe bloating of the abdomen from a fluid build-up known as ascites; jaundice; severe itchy skin, and darkly colored urine. Some of these symptoms...
- (pleural effusion), the pericardium (pericardial effusion) and the abdomen (ascites). Edema is usually seen in the fetal subcutaneous tissue, sometimes leading...
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