Swelling due to an accumulation of fluid in the tissues.
Fluid retention in tissue, swelling under the skin.
Collection of fluid in a tissue causing swelling which, if indented, only slowly regains its former shape.
Accumulation of fluid under the skin, mostly associated with heart disease, kidney disease or local obstruction to blood supply, possibly resulting from an insect bite or local infection.
(-mata) oidema = swelling; excessive accumulation of fluid in tissue spaces.
Increase water content in the brain, causing brain swelling.
swelling of the skin due to an abnormal accumulation of fluid beneath the skin. This leads to a puffy appearance often to a limb, most commonly a leg.
Swelling caused by too much fluid in the tissues under the skin.
Accumulation of fluid below the skin or in the cavities of the body.
Accumulation of fluid under the skin, mostly associated with kidney disease or local obstruction to blood supply, possibly as a result of an insect bite or local infection.
Fluid retention, which causes the body tissues to puff out.
Build-up of excessive fluid around the cells in the body.
Fluid at the ankles.
Accumulation of fluid in the tissues or body cavities
The force exerted by proteins to draw tissue from the fluids into the blood
abnormally large amounts of fluid in the intercellular tissue spaces.
excessive accumulation of fluid in the body tissues.
An abnormal accumulation of fluid in tissues of the body causing swelling.
Swelling caused by fluid accumulation in tissues.
Abnormal accumulation of fluid Ollulanus tricuspis An uncommon stomach parasite of cats
Soft tissue swelling, which can be intra- or extra-articular.
An observable swelling in certain parts of the body, as a result of the accumulation of excess fluid under the skin in the spaces within the tissues that are outside of the blood vessels
A buildup of fluid in cells or tissues that produces swelling, often in the lower legs and feet.
A swelling of soft tissue as a result of excess fluid accumulation.
fluid retention and swelling.
Infiltration of liquid into tissue (seen in the skin in the form of a painless swelling).
Oedema means swelling. It is caused by fluid retention in the body's tissues, and is very common during pregnancy. It can also be a sign of kidney or urological problems.
accumulation of excessive amounts of fluid in the tissues resulting in swelling.
The presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid in the tissue spaces of the body. May be visible as swelling of a body part such as the legs or face
Swelling, commonly of the fingers or ankles during pregnancy, caused by fluid retention.
an abnormal accumulation of water in the body. When water accumulates in the lungs, this is known as a pulmonary oedema.
Swelling or bloating of the body due to accumulation of fluid/water in-between the body cells.
Fluid retention, which causes swelling in your ankles, fingers and elsewhere.
Swelling of the ankles and legs due to abnormal collection of fluid in the body and a deficiency of the blood protein albumen (see above). This is an effect of chronic liver disease.
Swelling caused by too much fluid in the body.
A medical term to describe an abnormal builds up of fluid in body tissues usually after injury or infection. Sometimes oedema is visible as swelling in the skin. It is also part of the inflammatory process in MS.
Build up of fluid causing swelling.
A condition of swelling of tissues. The brain may swell after a severe head injury, and this is a very serious complication necessitating neurosurgical management. The problem is that the swelling, by compressing brain tissue against the skull, or by forcing brain down into the top of the spine can cause death, or further serious brain damage.
abnormal retention of fluid
Excess fluid in tissues, causing swelling.
swelling due to the build-up of fluid.
Swelling due to the retention of fluids in the tissues.
Swelling due to abnormally large amounts of fluid in the tissues of the body.
Oedema refers to tissue swelling (American spelling â€˜edemaâ€™)
abnormal build-up of fluid in the body, which may cause visible swelling
Swelling of the body caused by abnormal acculation of fluid in the tissues of the body.