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Synonyms for hydrops

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In the case of hydrops fetalis, fetal demise is likely and there is significant risk to the mother for complications of pregnancy.
A newborn with hydrops, hydrocephalus, and ophthalmologic abnormalities.
Relationship between immune complex and total hemolytic complement in endolymphatic hydrops.
20 diseased crabs (Eriocheir sinensis) with the classical symptom of HPND and obvious hydrops in inner cavity of the diseased crab were collected on October 2015 from Yangcheng Lake Modern Agriculture Development Company, Suzhou, China.
Hemoglobin Bart hydrops (Hb Bart syndrome) and hemoglobin H (HbH) disease are the two most significant forms of a-thalassemia seen in clinics.
Pregnancy can be complicated by preeclampsia, intrauterine growth retardation, preterm labour, preterm premature rupture of membrane, oligohydramnios, polyhydramnios, hydrops, abruption, haemorrhage from rupture renal tumor, renal failure and fetal demise (3, 4).
Fetal hydrops was the end result of a serious problem in utero that could not have developed during the hours of labor and delivery; it most likely arose days to weeks before delivery.
ZIKV infection in pregnant women become a matter of concern, because the explosive increase in the incidence of fetal and neonatal Central Nervous System (CNS) abnormalities, such as microcephaly, cerebral calcifications, ventriculomegaly, cerebral destruction lesions, hydrops fetalis, arthrogryposis, detected in association with ZIKV infection.
Over time, recipient twins can develop severe cardiac dysfunction leading to fetal hydrops.
Patients with known LMP(last mestrual period), viable singleton pregnancy and in second and third trimester of gestation were included in the study whereas patients havingtwin pregnancy,history of previous IUGR or adverse fetal outcome, coexistent palcental pathology, uterine or adnexal mass, PIH, polyhydramnios or oligo hydramnios, history of immune or non immune hydrops and gestational age of > 40 weeks were excluded from the study.
It may also cause brain damage (due to high bilirubin levels as a result of RBC destruction), and even death due to hydrops fetalis.
The most well-known aspect of MD is the presence of endolymphatic hydrops (ELH), a hallmark of the disease which can be confirmed by pathology postmortem [20,49].
The knee was stable and had full range of motion, with little hydrops, no meniscal irritation, and a mild varus angulation.
Teddy was born prematurely in September, with massively underdeveloped lungs, and died 24 hours later, from Non-Immune Hydrops Fatalis and Pulmonary Lymphangiectasia.
1] In cases of fetal hydrops it guides management in terms of fetal treatment, expectant care or urgent delivery.