active congestion


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ac·tive con·ges·tion

congestion due to an increased flow of arterial blood to a part.

ac·tive con·ges·tion

(ak'tiv kŏn-jes'chŭn)
Congestion due to an increased flow of arterial blood to a part of the body or organ.

active congestion

Congestion resulting from increased blood flow to a part or from dilatation of blood vessels.
See also: congestion

ac·tive con·ges·tion

(ak'tiv kŏn-jes'chŭn)
Congestion due to an increased flow of arterial blood to a part.
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