lymphorrhagia

lymphorrhea

 [lim″fo-re´ah]
flow of lymph from cut or ruptured lymphatic vessels.
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lym·phor·rhe·a

(lim'fō-rē'ă),
An escape of lymph onto the surface of the skin from ruptured, torn, or cut lymphatic vessels.
Synonym(s): lymphorrhagia
[lympho- + G. rhoia, a flow]
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