Collection of fluid under a wound after an operation.
a collection of fluid from the blood that has pooled at the liposuction site.
A fluid-filled mass in a tissue or organ.
a collection of serous fluid inside the breast pocket
a collection of serum (also known as lymph fluid) within a cavity inside the body
a collection of serum (the fluid part of blood, without the red blood cells), which tends to fill any open space in the wound
a collection of the watery portion of the blood in a body cavity or space
a collection of the watery portion of the blood (in this case, around the implant or around the incision)
a collection of uninfected blood serum or lymphatic fluid in the tissues
a fluid accumulation around the implant, which may or may not require removal
a mass caused by the collection of clear watery fluid in the tissue
a pocket of fluid that can collect underneath an incision after surgery
a volume of serum that has leaked out of blood vessels and collected as a "lake" of fluid within some part of the body
A collection of fluid at the incision site.
Soft swelling, filled with serum
a collection of the watery portion of an animal in the tissues due to trauma, surgery, injury or disease. Looks like a swollen area, with no blood, can persist for months and can cause scar tissue.
A pocket of fluid collection under the skin.
A mass or swelling caused by the localized accumulation of serum (serum: clear,watery fluid) within a tissue or organ.
an accumulation of fluid within the tissues
a tumor like collection of fluid in a localized area.
A mass caused by the accumulation of serum fluid within a tissue or organ; a potential complication associated with lipoplasty.
Clear fluid trapped in the wound. A seroma usually forms after breast cancer surgery, filling the surgical cavity after the operation and naturally remolding the breast’s shape. Gradually, the seroma is absorbed by the body.
The collection of fluid (serum) in a surgical wound.
Collection of fluid under the skin after surgery.
An accumulation of lymphatic fluid under an incision (see Breast Cancer).
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A seroma is a pocket of clear serous fluid that sometimes develops in the body after surgery. When small blood vessels are ruptured, blood plasma can seep out; inflammation caused by dying injured cells also contributes to the fluid.