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(haɪˈdrɒpɪk) or


1. (Medicine) of or relating to hydrops
2. (Medicine) containing excessive water or fluid


a. hidrópico-a, rel. a la hidropesía.
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Free [beta]hCG screening of hydropic and non-hydropic Turner syndrome.
A variety of unusual growth patterns can occur in uterine leiomyomas, such as diffuse uterine leiomyomatosis, disseminated peritoneal leiomyomatosis, benign metastasizing leiomyoma, parasitic leiomyoma, intravascular leiomyomatosis, dissecting leiomyoma, and leiomyoma with perinodular hydropic degeneration.
Shibutani et al (6) reported a case of methotrexate-related axonopathy with pathologic findings of multifocal axonal hydropic swelling on routine hematoxylin-eosin--stained slides.
13] Mallory bodies have been demonstrated to be clumps of denatured cytokeratin filaments, located close to the nucleus in he patocytes undergoing hydropic degeneration (Figure 3).
Molecular genetic testing from paraffin-embedded tissue distinguishes non-molar hydropic abortion from hydatidiform mole.
8,26) However, scattered between dilated stem villi may be a mixture of normal-appearing and hydropic secondary and tertiary villi.
The clear cells have a pale, frothy, finely reticulated cytoplasm and sometimes appear ballooned out and hydropic.
The racemose form of neurocysticercosis most likely represents cysticercal decay with cyst enlargement and hydropic changes.
The stabilizing agent used in preparations of intravenous immunoglobulin is sucrose, which can cause the classic hydropic tubular epithelial cell changes seen with mannitol administration (osmotic nephrosis).
First-line treatment for hydropic fetuses with polyarrhythmias probably should combine a second drug with digoxin to improve chances of success in that group, he said.
Multiple marker screening in pregnancies with hydropic and non-hydropic Turner syndrome.