effusion


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Synonyms for effusion

flow under pressure

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Usually he left his effusions in her desk, or between the leaves of her books; but this time it was passed over to her under cover of the desk through the hands of two or three scholars.
While he vented the froth of his malevolence in those effusions, he kept a steady eye on two men, who, having disappeared with the rest when the alarm was spread, had since returned, and were now visible in the moonlight, at no great distance, as they walked to and fro, and talked together.
Such violence of affliction indeed could not be supported for ever; it sunk within a few days into a calmer melancholy; but these employments, to which she daily recurred, her solitary walks and silent meditations, still produced occasional effusions of sorrow as lively as ever.
After listening one morning to their effusions on this subject, Mr.
It is common extrapulmonary tuberculosis with a high clinical incidence, accounting for about 50% of the causes of pleural effusion.1 Patients with tuberculous pleurisy have high fibrin content in pleural effusion, which is easy to separate and form multilocular effusion deposited in pleura to aggravate pleural inflammation, inhibit the permeability of pleural vessels, induce pleural thickening, encapsulation and adhesion, and lead to dyspnea and pulmonary dysfunction.2,3 The treatment principle of tuberculous pleurisy is thoracic drainage, emptying inflammatory factors and fibrin, and giving necessary anti-tuberculosis drugs.4
The pediatric cardiologist confirmed by echocardiography the absence of any congenital heart disease (CHD) or pulmonary hypertension (PH), but diagnosed a severe pericardial effusion. Ibuprofen and colchicine were started, successively, but had no effect.
Pericardial effusion may occur secondary to metabolic diseases, reduced lymphatic drainage (congestive heart failure, cirrhosis, nephrotic syndrome), autoimmune diseases, malignancy, cardiac injury, uremia, drug hipersensitivity, traumatic or idiopathic (4).
Keywords: Hypothyroidism, Pericardial Effusion, Pleural Effusion.
This descriptive study was performed on a minimum of 60 subjects suffering from Ascites/ Pleural Effusion, who satisfy the inclusion and exclusion criteria.
Pleural effusion is a common clinical problem that can occur due to systemic, pulmonary, and pleural pathologies (1).
An article in the July 15, 2018, Journal of the American Veterinary Medicine Association looked at a French study on feline pleural effusion. Pleural effusion is a build-up of fluid in the pleural space, which is the space in your cat's chest between the protective linings covering the lungs and the walls of the chest cavity itself.
To the Editor: We appreciate the attentive and interesting article 'clinical value of tumor markers for determining cause of pleural effusion' written by Gu et al .[1] The authors have nicely shown the tumor markers in tuberculous pleural effusion (TPE) differ significantly from those in malignant pleural effusion (MPE) especially when detected in pleural fluid, and there is still no single tumor marker with high sensitivity and specificity in differential diagnosis of pleural effusion (such as TPE and MPE); the combined detection of tumor markers can improve diagnostic sensitivity.
(22) The earliest manifestation of MM is often an effusion with admixture of blood and inflammatory cells, which can mask the malignant cells and, consequently, delay the diagnosis.
THURSDAY, May 10, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Patients receiving immunotherapy with antiprogrammed cell death protein-1 (anti-PD-1) and antiprogrammed cell death ligand-1 (anti-PD-L1) monoclonal antibodies may develop uveal effusion, according to a report published online April 12 in JAMA Ophthalmology.
Pleural effusion is an excess fluid that accumulates between the two pleural layers.