cerebral edema

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Synonyms for cerebral edema

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

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Similarly, high-altitude pulmonary oedema (HAPE) and high-altitude cerebral oedema (HACE) are commonly considered advanced forms of AMS and diagnosed on clinical signs, but can and do occur independently.
Complications include anaemia, liver and kidney failure, as well as cerebral oedema, seizures, mental confusion and coma in severe cases.
I didn't know anything about the cerebral oedema, because we had the 3.
On autopsy we observed cerebral oedema in 9 (53%) cases.
39] reported lower partial pressure of carbon dioxide in 61 DKA cases with cerebral oedema in comparison with not only 184 random DKA controls but also 174 cases matched for venous pH.
This was followed by water intoxication with dilutional hyponatraemia leading to acute cerebral oedema - brain swelling.
On the other hand, improper and aggressive rehydration in patients with prolonged hyperosmolality has been shown to result in a rapid fall in extracellular fluid (ECF) osmolality, leading to cerebral oedema and death (4,5).
Contrast enhanced CT of brain showed diffuse cerebral oedema (Fig.
Acute mountain sickness can quickly develop into the lifethreatening conditions, high altitude pulmonary oedema and high altitude cerebral oedema if not treated by descending to a lower altitude.
Acute mountain sickness can quickly develop into the life-threatening conditions, high altitude pulmonary oedema and high altitude cerebral oedema if not treated by descending to a lower altitude.
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.
The brain CT scan revealed bilateral hypodense lesions in the posterior areas together with cerebral oedema.
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.
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