Severe OHSS was defined as massive ascites, hydrothorax
, breathing difficulties, hematocrit >45%, leukocytes >15.
Primary indications for transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt formation Indication Number of patients (%) Variceal hemorrhage 95 (45) Refractory ascites 77 (36) PV/SMV thrombosis 17 (8) Budd-Chiari syndrome 12 (6) Hepatic hydrothorax
6 (3) Not recorded 4 (2) PV, portal vein; SMV, superior mesenteric vein.
and multiple hemorrhagic signs in 4 patients is possibly suggestive of vascular invasion or damage caused by this novel Rickettsia species.
Isolated fetal hydrothorax
with hydrops: A systematic review of prenatal treatment options.
clinical signs of "congestion" in greater circulation (hepatomegalia, edemas of lower limbs, jugular venous distention, hydrothorax
, ascite, hepatojugular reflux, etc.
as complication in Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) can be produced by the passage of dialysis fluid from the peritoneum to pleura when there is a communication congenital or acquired diaphragmatic wall.
Findings such as hydrothorax
, pneumothorax, hydropneumothorax, pneumomediastinum, subcutaneous emphysema, mediastinal expansion, subdiaphragmatic air, foreign body, and retrotracheal expansion may be found (11, 12).
Fibroma of the ovary with ascites and hydrothorax
with report of seven cases.
8-15] Placement of catheter tips above or near the cephalad origin of the SVC with the infusion of hypertonic or irritative solutions risks thrombosis from endothelial damage, embolism, and stenosis of the brachiocephalic veins or catheter erosion into the mediastinum leading to hydrothorax
However, the physiopathology of the ascites and the hydrothorax
still remain obscure (1).
due to ventriculopleural shunting.
In utero pulmonary drainage in the management of primary hydrothorax
and congenital cystic lung lesion: a systematic review.
Early complications were defined as those noted immediately or within 24 hours of the procedure, including bleeding, infection, retroperitoneal haematoma, extravasation and urinoma, perforation of adjacent viscera like colon, hydrothorax
2] Complications range from clinically insignificant bleeding and postoperative fever, to more serious complications, such as bleeding requiring blood transfusion, fluid extravasation, urinary fistula, sepsis, organ injuries including pleural injuries (pneumothorax, hydrothorax
, and hemothorax), injury to abdominal viscera (colon, duodenum, liver, and spleen) and rarely death.
Other signs, such as hydrothorax
, respiratory distress, scrotal and facial edema and even sudden death, can also occur (SONGER & UZAL, 2005).