Definition of OEdematous. Meaning of OEdematous. Synonyms of OEdematous

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Definition of OEdematous

OEdematous
OEdematous [OE]*dem"a*tous, a. (Med.) Pertaining to, or of the nature of, edema; affected with edema.

Meaning of OEdematous from wikipedia

- Edema, also spelled oedema or œdema, is an abnormal ac****ulation of fluid in the interstitium, located beneath the skin and in the cavities of the body...
- Verstraeten R, Weise Prinzo Z, Huybregts L, Kolsteren P. "Management of oedematous malnutrition in infants and children aged >6 months: a systematic review...
- PMID 14907749. Retrieved 15 December 2012. Ahmed T, Rahman S, Cravioto A (2009). "Oedematous malnutrition". The Indian Journal of Medical Research. 130 (5): 651–4...
- or flu-like symptoms. Symptoms include the **** being swollen and oedematous, and the skin appearing shiny and diffusely red. Usually the whole of...
- and Eastern Europe, and characterized initially by an erythematous, oedematous, pruritic phase followed by sclerosis and atrophy. It is caused by infection...
- Werner (11 January 1972). "Pharmaceutical composition for the treatment of oedematous conditions and hypertension" (PDF). US Pat. 3634583A: Leo Pharmaceutical...
- closure of duodenal stump, especially when the duodenum is inflamed and oedematous. It can also occur because of afferent loop block, local pancreatitis...
- Symptoms are often non-specific including, colitis[citation needed], oedematous duodenitis[citation needed], and fever with somnolence[citation needed]...
- syndrome is a common complication of crush injury as a consequence of oedematous tissue injury, redistribution of fluid into the intracellular compartment...
- immunoglobulins from the blood, the loss of proteins in general and the presence of oedematous fluid (which acts as a breeding ground for infections). The most common...
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