An unnatural collection of serous fluid in any serous cavity of the body, or in the subcutaneous cellular tissue.
An old-fashioned term used to describe fluid collection in the body, often used to account for death
Abnormal build-up of fluid in tissues or a body cavity.
The abnormal accumulation of fluid in body tissues and cavities. An old term for edema, or swelling.
swelling of tissue, congestive heart failure.
fluid retention (from heart, liver, or kidney disease).
a condition in which there is abnormal accumulation of water in the tissues and cavities
A condition in which the body of the fish becomes swollen due to accumulated fluids. It is not a disease in itself but a symptom of various diseases which may become fatal if not treated.
swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue
A medical condition where fluid gathers in parts of the body, causing swelling.
excess fluid in tissues; edema
An excess of fluid in the tissues. See Oedema
Swelling with the presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid, often caused by kidney or heart disease.
edema, congestive heart failure
a symptom of a disease where water is retained in body tissues
short for "dropsical swellings", which are collections of water in the body.
any abnormal accumulation of fluid in the cellular tissues or in a body cavity. Could be used to refer to any disease involving abnormal swelling.
A contraction for hydropsy. Edema, the presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid in intercellular tissue spaces or body cavities. Abdominal dropsy is ascites; brain dropsy is hydrocephalus; and chest dropsy is hydrothorax. Cardiac dropsy is a symptom of disease of the heart and arises from obstruction to the current of blood through the heart, lungs, or liver. Anasarca is general fluid accumulation throughout the body.
Nineteenth-century term for the condition known today as edema. Fluid builds up in the tissues and causes limbs to swell up horribly.
Swelling due to heart or kidney disease.
Generalized edema (swelling).
edema, abnormal accumulation of water in the body, usually associated with weak heart performance