Serous Effusions

Author: Ben Davidson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780857296979
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Featuring multiple microscopic illustrations of all diagnostic entities and ancillary techniques (immunhistochemistry and molecular methods), this book provides a comprehensive, authoritative guide to all aspects of serous effusions, ...

A System Of Practical Medicine Comprised In A Series Of Original Dissertations Arranged And Ed By A Tweedie

Author: System
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Symptoms of acute hydrocephalus. — Division into stages or periods. —
Symptoms. — Of the first stage. — Of the second stage. — Of the third stage. —
Forms of acute hydrocephalus. — Gradual or subacute. — Rapid or acute. —
Sudden or hyperacute. —Anatomical characters. — Predisposing causes. —
Exciting causes. — Diagnosis. — Prognosis. — Treatment. The above term (from
Siap, water, and Ke<paKii, the head) was formerly applied to serous effusions
occurring either in ...

A System Of Practical Medicine Comprised In A Series Of Original Dissertations Dissertations On Nervous Diseases By J Hope J C Prichard J H Bennett R H Taylor T Thomson

Author: Alexander Tweedie
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Two forms, acute and chronic.—Symptoms of acute hydrocephalus.—Division
into stages or periods.-Symptoms.-Of the first stage.—Of the second stage.—Of
the third stage—Forms of acute hydrocephalus.-Gradual or subacute.—Rapid or
acute.—Sudden or hyperacute.—Anatomical characters.-Predisposing causes.—
Exciting causes.- Diagnosis.-Prognosis.-Treatment. The above term (from £8wp
water, and xsoaxi, the head) was formerly applied to serous effusions, occurring
either ...

Textbook Of Critical Care

Author: Jean-Louis Vincent
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 1437715680
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TABLE 65-2 Transudates Congestive heart failure Atelectasis Hepatic
hydrothorax Hypoalbuminemia Iatrogenic: extravascular migration of central
venous catheter Exudates Parapneumonic effusions: uncomplicated
Parapneumonic ... reaches maximum volume by 72 h Effusion resolves in 1-3 wk,
may require steroids Requires no specific therapy, resolves in days to weeks
Requires no specific therapy, effusions resolve as ARDS resolves With early
diagnosis, prognosis good with ...

A System Of Practical Medicine Comprised In A Series Of Original Dissertations

Author: Alexander Tweedie
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Prognosis of dropsy. — General principles of treatment. — Cardiac dropsy. —
Indicatious that dropsy originates in cardiac disease. — Forms of cardiac disease
that induce it, and progress of the dropsical effusion. — Renal dropsy. ...
Condition of the urine — of the blood. — Incidental complications. — Causes of
the renal disorganisation. — Acute or Febrile Dropsy. — Nature, symptoms, and
causes. — Dropsy following scarlet fever. — Treatment of general dropsy — of
acute or febrile ...

A Dictionary Of Practical Medicine

Author: James Copland
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CHOREA — DiagnosisPrognosisCauses. rheumatism and cardiac disease
, some writers sap* pose that it hag been caused by simultaneous rheumatic
disease of the membranes of the chord, whilst Dr. Begdib and others think it
should be ... effusion into the pericardium, a thin, pale, and flabby state of the
walls of the heart, and other lesions of this viscus or of its valves; and congestion,
inflammatory action, ianpuineous and serous effusions, or ossific and calcareous
deposits, ...

The Fetus As A Patient 87

Author: Kazuo Maeda
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Thus, the main etiology of hydrops fetalis has changed in recent years in favour
of non- immunological causes (3, 24). NIHF can be ascribed to maternal,
placental and fetal causes (5) , (Fig. 1). Sonographic examination is principally
the best method of identifying edema or serous effusions, especially in utero. At
the same time it is possible to establish other criteria for the diagnosis, prognosis
and eventually pre- and/or postpartal therapy. The etiology could be detected in
an ...

Abeloff S Clinical Oncology E Book

Author: John E. Niederhuber
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 1455728810
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TARGETED THERAPY The central role of VEGF in the development of malignant
ascites has made it a viable option for targeted therapies. ... of pericardial
effusion are clinically evident prior to a patient's death, and even when
metastases are present in the pericardium, effusion is present only 12% to 15%
of the time and even fewer patients experience cardiac tamponade.90 When
diagnosed, the presence of pericardial involvement heralds advanced cancer
and a poor prognosis.

Pulmonary Tuberculosis And Its Complications With Special Reference To Diagnosis And Treatment

Author: Sherman Grant Bonney
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The prognosis of pleural effusions in consumptives depends primarily upon the
extent and degree of activity of the tuberculous process, and conforms to a great
extent to the principles of prognosis enumerated with reference to the pulmonary
infection. In addition to this the outlook for the patient depends largely upon the
cause and nature of the pleurisy and the character of the therapeutic
management. Many effusions may remain unresolved for years, and yet not
seriously affect the ...

Diagnostic Ultrasound

Author: Carol M. Rumack
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It is nonspecific since in clinical usage it is loosely applied to a spectrum of
diseases, ranging from isolated or combined serous cavity effusions (ascites,
pleural or pericardial effusions), to massive subcutaneous edema (anasarca). ...
the challenge of the condition lies not in the diagnosis but rather in the detailed
investigation leading to the recognition, whenever possible, of the etiology, the
institution of therapy when available, and the accurate assignment of perinatal