lymphocele

lym·pho·cele

(lim'fō-sēl),
A cystic mass that contains lymph, usually from diseased or injured lymphatic channels.
Synonym(s): lymphocyst
[lympho- + G. kēlē, tumor]
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lymphocele

(lĭm′fō-sēl) [L. lympha, lymph, + Gr. kele, tumor, swelling]
A cyst that contains lymph.
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--Receptor: Age, sex, blood type, comorbidities, body mass index, smoking status, previous transplantation, HLA mismatch, pre-transplant anti-T panel reactive antibodies (PRA %), donor-specific HLA antibodies, pre-transplant diuresis, induction and maintenance scheme, BK virus infection, CMV infection, 5-day follow-up ultrasonography data (hydronephrosis, perigraft fluid collection, distal intrarenal resistive index), perioperative complications (lymphocele, hematoma, urinoma, urinary fistula, arterial anastomosis stenosis), positive urine culture, acute rejection.
There are also researches reporting various symptoms ranging from internal hernia to mesenteric lymphocele, pneumatosis, and gastrointestinal bleeding in some patients with malrotation [4,5].
Perinephric fluid collections include hematoma, seroma, lymphocele, urinoma, and abscesses.
Sterile fluid collections such as ascites, lymphocele, and hematoma were excluded from the analysis.
Of the 106 men, only 21 (19.8%) experienced complications, 9 (8.5%) had lymphocele, 7 (6.6%) had anastomotic leakage, and 5 (4.7%) had a surgical scar infection.
Postoperatively, urinary tract infection and a small lymphocele at the upper pole and hilus of the allograft were diagnosed and managed conservatively.
Lymphatic cyst is rarely seen than lymphocele and lymphangioma; it is different from a lymphocele that is a collection of lymphatic fluid without an epithelial lining that develops in anatomical compartments, often after surgery or trauma [3].
Rate of Symptomatic Lymphocele Formation after Extraperitioneal vs.
Cummings syndrome is an autosomal recessive form of campomelic dysplasia that associate to skeletal malformations other anomalies like cystic disease (with renal, hepatic and pancreatic localization) cervical lymphocele or defects in laterality, manifested by polyasplenia complex, severe congenital heart disease and dextrocardia [11].