polyserositis


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polyserositis

[¦päl·i‚ser·ə′sīd·əs]
(medicine)
Widespread, chronic fibrosing inflammation of serous membranes, especially in the upper abdomen. Also known as chronic hyperplastic perihepatitis; Concato's disease; multiple serositis; Pick's disease; polyorrhymenitis.
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The D/Ds of lymphoma vs tuberculosis (TB) were suggested by the radiologist and the same two differentials were made provisionally too on the basis of under lying symptoms, lymphadenopathy, polyserositis and raised LDH levels.
Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) is the most common autoinflammatory disease (AID), and it is characterized by spontaneous attack with fever, abdominal pain, and polyserositis. It is the most common monogenic periodic fever syndrome that affects the Mediterranean people (1).
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vaccine against hemophilic polyserositis of pigs inactivated ingelvak nr-1 58 000 doses, 116 000 byn3.
Polyserositis in the form of ascites and pleural effusion was a frequent finding.
The cutaneous manifestations in children with familial Mediterranean fever (recurrent hereditary polyserositis).
The aim of this case report is to present an unusual complication (polyserositis) of radical prostatectomy.
Catecholamine metabolism in recurrent hereditary polyserositis. Pathogenesis of acute inflammation: The retention leakage hypothesis.
Recurrent Polyserositis: Familial Mediterranean Fever, Periodic Disease.
Further pathologic disorders included encephalopathy (2 birds; 33%), ingluvitis (1 bird; 17%), severe polyserositis from bacterial septicemia (1 bird; 17%), and a severe osteodystrophia fibrosa as well as inflammation of the uropygial gland (1 bird; 17%).
Ascites was detected in 12%, hepatosplenomegaly in 9.2%, pleural effusion in 13.2% and polyserositis in 10% patients.
At this point, due to the lack of a definite aetiology for the polyserositis with effusive-constrictive pericarditis we suspected an IgG4-related disease.