hyperaemia

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hyperaemia

(ˌhaɪpərˈiːmɪə) or

hyperemia

n
(Pathology) pathol an excessive amount of blood in an organ or part
ˌhyperˈaemic, ˌhyperˈemic adj

hyperemia, hyperaemia

a congestion of the blood, occurring in any part of the body. — hyperemic, hyperaemic, adj.
See also: Blood and Blood Vessels
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hyperaemia - increased blood in an organ or other body part
congestion - excessive accumulation of blood or other fluid in a body part
engorgement - congestion with blood; "engorgement of the breast"
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Upon rewarming, the site (usually a foot) becomes hyperaemic and oedematous.
Because of the dysphagia and an episode of haematemesis and hoarseness of voice her barium studies and oesophagogastr oduodenoscopy were done but were unremarkable except for hyperaemic and edematous whole gastric mucosa in mosaic pattern with haemorrhagic spots.
In another case, mass appeared highly hyperaemic, inflamed and fleshy infiltrating into cornea.
Safety and efficacy of a novel hyperaemic agent, intracoronary nicorandil, for invasive physiological assessments in the cardiac catheterization laboratory.
Microscopically the lesion has papillary protrusions with a membrane of synovial cells covering mature adipose tissue with or without hyperaemic capillaries (3, 5).
Vaginal examination showed a closed but bulky and hyperaemic cervix with a pinkish stain on the examining glove.
The tumor appeared somehow protuberant in luminal surface, with intact mucosa, and covered with hyperaemic and rough serosis.
Acute haemorrhagic gastritis is characterised by the presence of hyperaemic, oedematous mucosa, erosions/ulcers and active bleeding, and is usually seen in stress situations (e.
The wound had a necrotic centre that was surrounded by hyperaemic and oedematous skin.
The essential oil is hyperaemic, antiseptic and increases bronchial secretion in animal tests [6].