anasarca


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anasarca

[‚an·ə′sär·kə]
(medicine)
Generalized edema of the subcutaneous connective tissue and serous body cavities.
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Las manifestaciones clinicas en la mayoria de casos son leves, presentandose con sintomas generales, distension abdominal, nauseas, vomito y edemas; sin embargo, puede evolucionar a un cuadro mas grave con hipotension o hipertension, hipovolemia, desordenes electroliticos y un sindrome edematoso con franca anasarca.
It seems to be the first report of anasarca with cardiac involvement in a turtle in India.
Inclusion Criteria: The study includes children below 14years of age with complaints of Anasarca (edema), with proteinuria, Hypoprotenemia and Hypercholestremia on biochemical examination, taking proteinuria and edema as essential features.
Notable findings at autopsy included established cirrhosis; hemosiderosis of multiple organs, including the liver, heart, and pancreas; 4-chamber dilated cardiomyopathy; splenogmegaly (830 grams); ascites (1 liter); and anasarca.
enseguida tomo las indicaciones dejadas por el medico Roberto Vargas, donde senala que en caso de dolor debe administrarse Dipirona intramuscular; seguidamente veo al senor Neruda, un paciente agonico, en anasarca y con una probable fractura patologica del femur, al parecer derecho (producto de una metastasis).
As of August 31 she had suffered a massive pulmonary embolism, acute renal failure, anasarca, a surgical wound infection, and physical deconditioning.
400 (Betancourt, 1939 citado en Butto, 2002; Instituto Nacional Pro-Alimentacion Popular para la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, 1949), siendo habitual encontrar entre los ninos signos de malnutricion proteico calorica como cabello decolorado y escaso, anasarca, piel seca, entre otros (Landaeta et al.
She had reported no chronic diarrhea, heart failure symptoms, anasarca edema, or nephrotic syndrome throughout the course of her disease.
Surely my colleagues know that malaria is not a disease that has been conquered and relegated to antiquity like anasarca, aphthae or lues (those diseases still exist; the names are the only things that were jettisoned).
Our patient was atypical in some aspects including age at presentation, generalized anasarca type edema and severe anemia requiring multiple transfusions.
She then began to develop gen eralized anasarca, metacarpalphalangeal joint pain, and right temporomandibular joint tenderness.