visceromegaly


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visceromegaly

[‚vis·ə·rō′meg·ə·lē]
(medicine)
Enlargement of the organs in the abdomen, such as the liver, spleen, pancreas, stomach, or kidneys.
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The abdomen was soft, painful on palpation, with no epigastric visceromegaly.
Right hypochondrium was especially examined for assessment of Murphy's sign, palpable mass and visceromegaly.
This situation gives rise to varying degrees of thrombocytopenia and a typical mucosal bleeding with jaundice and even visceromegaly (26).
Foam-cell infiltration and visceromegaly are common features in all forms, but neurologic involvement occurs only in types A and C and not in type B.
ART-naive HIV-positive children with large visceromegaly or l ymph nodes
Abdomen was soft and depressible with no tenderness or palpable masses or visceromegaly.
There is a definite association of PMD with BWS, which is characterized by macrosomia, exomphalos, macroglossia, omphalocele, and internal visceromegaly in addition to placentomegaly and increased susceptibility to childhood tumors.
40,41) The visceromegaly and hematologic abnormalities usually respond quite well to this treatment within one year.
ISSD is clinically distinct and very serious (1, 2); visceromegaly, coarse facial features, failure to thrive, and early death are its main features.