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oedema

, edema
Pathol an excessive accumulation of serous fluid in the intercellular spaces of tissue
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Acute generalised exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP) is characterised by 1 - 3 mm sterile pustules on a background of generalised oedematous erythema, 12 - 24 hours after ingesting the offending drug (Fig.
Mucosal congestion, oedematous mucosa and polyp were the common findings during examination.
There was traumatic loss in 34(61.8%), oedematous gut and omentum in 15(27.27%) and gangrenous abdominal wall in 6(10.9%) patients.
Among patients with acute oedematous cholecystitis, hydrops and empyema, conversion was necessary in 15.3%, 18.2%, and 25.0% and complications developed in 4.4%, 4.5%, and 8.0% of cases, respectively; there were no significant differences between these three groups (p=0.152 and p=0.419, respectively).
The predominant clinical features are sharply demarcated red edges and oedematous, indurated elevation of the affected area.
The lesions were smooth, oedematous with mild sensory loss.
Following the procedure, the ENT surgeon performed a laryngoscopy and confirmed the larynx to be oedematous.
Microscopically, molar placenta showed oedematous avascular chorionic villi with circumferential proliferation of trophoblast.
On inspection, the tissue was oedematous and appeared strangulated.
In two adult camels, chronic conjunctivitis, clinically characterized by thickened and oedematous conjunctiva was recorded.
GAT, or any other form of applanation tonometry, produces a gross underestimation of IOP when the cornea is highly oedematous due to the soft cornea being 'moulded' or 'squashed' giving the appearance of applanation, even though the underlying IOP plays no part in the measurement.
The microscopic appearance of oedematous skin was described by Haagensen.