Swelling of all mucous membranes

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Edema - Edema excessive fluid accumulation in tissues andcavities of the body. It is more often observed in the skin, subcutaneous tissue, pleural and abdominal cavities. The edema fluid contains water, sodium and potassium salts, some protein and leukocytes. Through ... ... First aid is a popular encyclopedia

EDEMA - (Oedema), general or local waterborne disturbancemineral metabolism, characterized by excessive accumulation of water, electrolytes and proteins (transudate) in intercellular tissue spaces. Depending on the cause distinguish O. stagnant (cardiac) ... Veterinary Encyclopedic Dictionary

PULMONARY EDEMA - (Oedema pulmonum), a syndrome caused byoverflowing blood vessels of the small circle of blood circulation. Observed in all types of agricultural and domestic animals. It arises as a result of active hyperemia of the lungs from the inhalation of hot air, ... ... Veterinary Encyclopedic Dictionary

edema - OTEC, a, m Disease, independent ora sign of another disease, manifests itself in the accumulation of excess fluid in tissues. You can use drops for the nose to remove the swelling of the mucous ... Explanatory dictionary of nouns

Edema - I excessive fluid accumulation in tissues andcavities of the body. It is more often observed in the skin, subcutaneous tissue, pleural and abdominal cavities. The edema fluid contains water, sodium and potassium salts, some protein and leukocytes. Through ... ... Medical Encyclopedia

Quinck edema - Quincke's swelling reaction to the effects of variousbiological and chemical factors, often of an allergic nature. Named after the German physician Heinrich Quincke, who first described it in 1882. Manifestations of edema Quincke increase in the face ... ... Wikipedia

Quinck edema - I Quinck edema (N.I. Quincke, a German physician, 1842 1922, a synonym: angioedema, giant urticaria, Milton's urticaria) acute, suddenly developed, limited edema of the skin and subcutaneous tissue and (or) mucous membranes. To the rare ... ... Medical Encyclopedia

Quinck edema - [described in 1882 by the German doctor G. Kvinke (N. Quincke)], a sudden limited edema of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, mucous membrane, more often on the face; keeps from several hours to several days; manifestation of allergy. * * * KVINKE OTEK KVINKK OTEK ... ... The Encyclopedic Dictionary

MALIGNANT HELLO - (Oedema malignum), gas edema, acutetoxicoinfection, characterized by inflammatory edema with the formation of gases, necrosis of affected tissues and intoxication of the body. 3. About. in the form of sporadic. cases are registered everywhere ... ... Veterinary Encyclopedic Dictionary

Quinck edema - (Milton, 1876, Quincke, 1882) paroxysmalthe emerging edema of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, other tissues. Most of this edema is localized in the open areas of the skin (lips, eyelids, cheeks of the brush, with pain and itching not observed), less often ... ... Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychology and Pedagogy

  • Therapeutic dentistry. Diseases of the oral mucosa. In 3 parts. Part 3. Textbook. Barer Harry Mikhailovich, Volkov Evgeny Alekseevich, Gemonov Vladimir Vladimirovich. The textbook, prepared by the staff of the Department of Hospital Therapeutic Dentistry MGMSU, consists of three parts, representing the main sections of therapeutic dentistry: part 1 ... More Buy for 2473 руб
  • Therapeutic dentistry. Textbook. In 3 parts. Part 3. Diseases of the oral mucosa. Grif of the Ministry of Defense Barer G.M. A textbook prepared by the staff of the Moscow State Medical-Stomatological University. A.I. Evdokimova, consists of three parts, representing the main sections of the ... More Buy for 1918 rub
  • Clinical dermatooncology. Atlas. Lamotkin I. A. The book examines all aspects of the involvement of the skin in the tumor process (primary-arising in the skin and mucous membranes of benign and malignant neoplasms; ... Read more Buy for 1350 rub
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