edematous

ADJECTIVE
  1. swollen with an excessive accumulation of fluid
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How To Use edematous In A Sentence

  • Symptoms of strep throat may include pharyngeal erythema and swelling, tonsillar exudate, edematous uvula, palatine petechiae, and anterior cervical lymphadenopathy.
  • This lesion was hemorrhagic and surrounded by edematous tissue with greenish discoloration.
  • The deeper regions of the tumor showed hypocellularity and had an abundance of loose edematous stroma.
  • The process is self limiting in most cases and pathologically correlates with oedematous interstitial pancreatitis.
  • The fragments were edematous with focal fibrosis.
  • Lots of fancy sounding medical terms that are really just synonyms for regular every day words. erythematous = red edematous = swollen microscopic is tinier than miniscule
  • The scratches were puffy and inflamed; one set on the forearm was even slightly edematous and showed some small vesicles, blisters filling with clear fluid. Doctor’s Orders
  • The brain was edematous, with mild uncal herniation, tonsillar herniation, and a left-to-right shift.
  • In children with croup, viral infection causes this area to become inflamed and edematous, which can lead to obstruction.
  • The breast skin overlying the lesion was erythematous and edematous.
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