oedematous


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oedematous

adjective Referring to a tissue with an excess of interstitial fluid; fluid-filled.

e·dem·a·tous

(ĕ-dem'ă-tŭs)
Marked by edema.
Synonym(s): oedematous.
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An endoscopy revealed oedematous vocal cords and a hard prominent left supraglottic/false vocal cord polypodial mass.
On intubation the vocal cords were noted to be extremely swollen and oedematous and he was noted to have pulmonary oedema.
Endoscopically, the small bowel mucosa appears massively oedematous, occasionally ulcerated, but commonly covered by yellowish pseudomembranes ('catarrhal duodenitis') (Figure 8) [26].
On examination at her district hospital she was pale and oedematous, with a blood pressure of 190/111 mmHg; the fetal heart rate was 156/min, and gastric aspiration confirmed upper digestive bleeding.
With extreme obese or oedematous patients, care must be taken to estimate V and PNA [22] that could be valid for some studied patients but not in general.
Acute, oedematous Mycobacterium ulcerans infection in a farmer from far north Queensland.
If the patient is overweight or obese, or severely oedematous, using the actual weight can lead to an overestimation of the patient's requirements.
Its neck is grotesquely oedematous, the right eye closed, the cornea of the unseeing left shudders electrically.
Characterization of perivascular cells in astrocytic tumours and peritumoral oedematous brain.
The middle ear mucositis develops an effusion, in this case suppuration, as evidenced by a tympanic membrane that may become: * Red * Oedematous * Immobile * Bulging 3.