organomegaly


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visceromegaly

 [vis″er-o-meg´ah-le]
enlargement of the viscera; called also organomegaly and splanchnomegaly.

vis·cer·o·meg·a·ly

(vis'ĕr-ō-meg'ă-lē),
Abnormal enlargement of the viscera, such as may be seen in acromegaly and other disorders.
[viscero- + G. megas, large]

organomegaly

/or·ga·no·meg·a·ly/ (or″gan-o-meg´ah-le) visceromegaly.

organomegaly

[-meg′əlē]
Etymology: Gk, organon, instrument, megas, large
abnormal enlargement of an organ, particularly an organ of the abdominal cavity.

organomegaly

Excess size of one or more organs.

organomegaly

An ↑ in the size of a particular organ

vis·cer·o·meg·a·ly

(vis'ĕr-ō-meg'ă-lē)
Abnormal enlargement of the viscera, such as may be seen in acromegaly and other disorders.
Synonym(s): organomegaly, splanchnomegaly.
[viscero- + G. megas, large]

organomegaly

enlargement of a viscus; visceromegaly.
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On general examination no lymphadenopathy or organomegaly was detected.
The abdomen was soft, flat, and without palpable organomegaly.
Hepatosplenomegaly develops secondary to periportal hepatic fibrosis, but unless co-existent hepatic viral infections or other liver pathology is present, classic signs of chronic liver disease other than organomegaly are usually absent.
No palpable organomegaly was observed, and there was minimal tenderness in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen.
3) Most often, it is microscopic and asymptomatic, but it can sometimes manifest as organomegaly and tumor-like masses.
She had a round face with deep nasal bridge, long philtrum, anteverted nostrils, thin upper lip, short neck, short chest, protuberant abdomen, diastasis recti, normal female genitalia, and no organomegaly.
Her abdomen was soft with normal bowel sounds, without organomegaly.
In conclusion, a low threshold for undertaking bone marrow aspirate and trephine is recommended to confirm the diagnosis in patients in whom HIV positivity, cytopenias, organomegaly and fever arouse suspicion of disseminated TB.
On physical examination he did not have organomegaly or lymphadenopathy; nor did he have ecchymoses or petechia/purpura.