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chylous

 [ki´lus]
pertaining, mingled with, or of the nature of chyle.

chy·lous

(kī'lŭs),
Relating to chyle.

chy·lous

(kī'lŭs)
Relating to chyle.
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It is well known that fasting and the administration of low fat medium chain triglycerides by mouth resolves approximately 50% of traumatic chylous fistulas (1, 2).
Chylous ascites is an abnormal accumulation and collection of lipid-rich lymphatic fluid in the peritoneal cavity.
Chylous ascites is rare but is associated with several potentially life-threatening diagnoses including tuberculosis, pancreatitis [1], and malignancy [2].
Cervical chylous fistulae after neck dissections are a troublesome yet relatively uncommon complication, with incidence rates in the literature varying from 1 to 6%.
Most chylous effusions resolve spontaneously or upon treatment of the underlying cause (3).
Chylous ascites is attributed to malignancies as the cause in the majority of cases.
They are characterized by the presence of chylous or serous fluid within an irregularly dilated lymphatic channel.
Ramanikanth, "Drain removal and aspiration to treat low output chylous fistula," European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, vol.
Based on the histological features of the enlarged lymph node, with nodular expanding dendritic networks and high endothelial venules, combined with infiltrating CD4-positive atypical small T-lymphocytes with TFH phenotype, scattered CD30-and CD20-positive RS-like B-cells, and clinical signs of systemic lymphadenopathy with chylothorax and chylous ascites, the patient was diagnosed with AITL.
Several days into the postoperative period, the intraabdominal drain near the wound bed showed chylous fluid drainage.
The clinicoradiologic picture is characterized by progressive pulmonary cystic changes and chylous pleural effusions [12].
Moss, "Changes in lung function and chylous effusions in patients with lymphangioleiomyomatosis treated with sirolimus," Annals of Internal Medicine, vol.