Turkish - English

  1. edema isim
  2. oedema isim
  3. dropsy isim
  4. oedema [Brit.]
  5. path. edema, oedema

English - English

  1. Swelling, edema, often from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD dropsy
  2. Swelling with the presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid, often caused by kidney or heart disease dropsy
  3. abnormal collection of fluid in body tissues, edema isim dropsy
  4. mentioned only in Luke 14: 2 The man afflicted with it was cured by Christ on the Sabbath dropsy
  5. An unnatural collection of serous fluid in any serous cavity of the body, or in the subcutaneous cellular tissue dropsy
  6. abnormal accumulation of fluid in body tissues and cavities An old term for edema, or swelling dropsy
  7. generalized edema in cellular tissue or in a body cavity dropsy
  8. edema (swelling), often caused by kidney or heart disease Dropsy would be called congestive heart failure today It is an accumulation of fluid around the heart, for a variety of complex reasons, and one treatment is administration of digitalis (foxglove leaves) dropsy
  9. An old-fashioned term used to describe fluid collection in the body, often used to account for death dropsy
  10. swelling from excessive accumulation of serous fluid in tissue dropsy
  11. short for "dropsical swellings", which are collections of water in the body dropsy
  12. tendency to swell up due to diseases such as rheumatic heart disease--edema, an accumulation of fluid in connective tissue, including the skin (dropsical = tendency to dropsy) dropsy
  13. A medical condition where fluid gathers in parts of the body, causing swelling dropsy
  14. Abnormal swelling of the body or part of the body due to the build-up of clear watery fluid dropsy
  15. edema, congestive heart failure dropsy
  16. swelling caused by the accumulation of fluid edema
  17. swelling caused by an abnormal accumulation of fluid in body tissues edema
  18. abnormal collection of fluid in a body cavity isim edema
  19. Abnormal accumulation of watery fluid in the spaces between connective-tissue cells. Usually a symptom of diseases of the kidneys, heart, veins, or lymphatic system, which affect water balance in the cells, tissues, and blood, edema can be pitting (retaining an imprint when compressed) or nonpitting. Edema may be local (e.g., hives from allergies) or generalized (also called dropsy), sometimes involving body cavities as well as tissues. Treatment must usually focus on the underlying cause edema

Turkish - Turkish

  1. Vücutta anormal miktarda su toplanması
  2. Kimi hastalıklarda yüzde, ellerde ve ayaklarda görülen yangısız şiş
  3. Bazı hastalıklarda yüzde, ellerde, ayaklarda görülen iltihapsız şiş

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    Pronunciation /ˈōdəm/ /ˈoʊdɪm/
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