pulmonary edema

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pulmonary edema

[′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē i′dē·mə]
(medicine)
An effusion of fluid into the alveoli and interstitial spaces of the lungs.
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For patients with moderate to severe disease or for those with an episode of acute pulmonary oedema, definitive surgical treatment should be considered and they should be referred for evaluation.
Mitral regurgitation is the most frequent valve disease and in its severe form can cause hart failure symptoms like easy fatigue, dyspnoea in natural fatigue up to acute pulmonary oedema and predisposes the development of heart arrhythmias and strokes.
However, just after the delivery, she developed acute pulmonary oedema.
are prone to develop acute pulmonary oedema after volume overload which on radiographs give rise to characteristic para-hilar alveolar shadowing with air-bronchograms, 'bat-wing appearance'(Fig.
Stephen died suddenly in Majorca almost three years ago from a build-up of fluid on his lungs known as acute pulmonary oedema.
Among the entries are acute pulmonary oedema, carbon monoxide, encephalopathy, haemophilia, lice, nitric acid, protozoa, Ross River virus disease, and yellow fever.
The postmortem on the 33-year old star showed he died from natural causes due to acute pulmonary oedema, a build up of fluid on the lungs.
Mr Bowen said he had a copy of a report from the Greek authorities which stated PC Boast died as a result of basal acute pulmonary oedema.
We report a case of severe acute pulmonary oedema following induction of general anaesthesia for emergency caesarean section.
Mydriasis and acute pulmonary oedema complicating laparoscopic removal of phaechromocytoma.
Gross examination showed: acute pulmonary oedema with several degrees of hydrotorax.

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