cerebral edema

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  • noun

Synonyms for cerebral edema

swelling of the brain due to the uptake of water in the neuropile and white matter

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He said: "I think it is reasonable to conclude there was brain swelling in this case, but it is not possible to be sure that swelling is cerebral oedema, in other words, a process that takes some time to develop, but that possibility certainly can't be excluded.
Caption: 3 "Altitude Sickness, Frostbite, Chilblains, Arterial Hypertension, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Snow-blindness, Hypothermia, High Altitude Pulmonary Oedema, High Altitude Cerebral Oedema .
This really scared me as it indicated that I was progressing towards acute mountain sickness; I had read about the risks of high altitude cerebral oedema and knew it was a real possibility.
Serum S-100beta protein is a potential biochemical marker for cerebral oedema complicating severe diabetic ketoacidosis.
London, Dec 12 (ANI): A British lady, who was on a diet, collapsed and passed away from cerebral oedema after she drank seven pints of water in just less than two hours.
Mrs Henson was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary but died the following day from cerebral oedema.
Seve was rushed back into an operating room yesterday morning after suffering a cerebral oedema and losing consciousness.
In vitro studies revealed, that boswellic acids (BAs), the active ingredients of Boswellia serrata extract, may represent promising alternative/adjuvant agents for the treatment of inflammatory diseases and cerebral oedema.
According to an inquest into his death held in November 1988, Bertie died from cerebral oedema, cerebral lacerations and skull fractures caused by a gunshot wound.
Sam is angry with Connie for not telling him sooner, but they both worry when a brain scan displays evidence of a cerebral oedema.
A post-mortem revealed she died from swelling to the brain, known as cerebral oedema.
Following her death, a postmortem examination established she suffered a cerebral oedema - more commonly known as a swelling of the brain.
Dr Cary said: "A great elevation in brain weight would tend to suggest that someone had survived for more than an hour if that elevation in brain weight was due to genuine cerebral oedema.
Apart from AMS, pilgrims are warned about symptoms of highaltitude cerebral oedema (Haco), high- altitude pulmonary oedema (Hapo) and other high- altitude sicknesses, and are asked to report to doctors if they develop breathlessness.
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