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oedematous

adjective Referring to a tissue with an excess of interstitial fluid; fluid-filled.
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e·dem·a·tous

(ĕ-dem'ă-tŭs)
Marked by edema.
Synonym(s): oedematous.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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[13] The main reason for a conservative approach was the concern of having a high risk of common bile duct injury due to oedematous and inflamed tissues obscuring the anatomy in the Calot's triangle.
Home- based therapy for oedematous malnutrition with ready-to-use therapeutic food.
Reduction in vitro of red cell glutathione reproduces defects of cellular sodium transport seen in oedematous malnutrition.
Thickened and oedematous gall bladder wall, multiple gall bladder calculi and dilated Common Bile Duct (CBD) indicative of features of cholecystitis.
Tonsillar and pharyngeal lymph nodes are oedematous and there were necrotic lesions of oesophagus and pharynx.
The signs and symptoms of DVT include erythema of the limb or area at which the clot occludes the vessel localised pain oedematous swelling prominent veins (non-varicose) and palpable veins etc.2
The patient was intubated in the theatre and direct laryngoscopy demonstrated an oedematous supraglottis with redundant patchy necrosis occluding the glottis.
Congested, oedematous, Meckel diverticulum with a single small perforation due to a 1 x 0.5 cm wooden tree bark.
An image similar to an abscess about 5A-6 cm in diameter was observed in the lower middle region of the abdomen, in addition to oedematous thickening in the bowel wall in the lower region (Figure-1).
MRI showed destruction localised around the ulnar head with oedematous changes extending up the shaft of the ulna (Figure 3).
Lathi et al (2011)[4] and Seema et al (2013)[5] nasal polyps are the most common sinonasal masses, which are characterised by bulging of oedematous mucosal connective tissues covered by respiratory epithelium.
On palpation, swelling was soft, fluctuating and painless with oedematous fluid in sac.