organomegaly


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or·ga·no·meg·a·ly

n. organomegalia, agrandamiento de los órganos viscerales.
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On clinical examination, there was no cervical or axillary lymphadenopathy or organomegaly.
A 56-year-old lady with pneumonia, without any organomegaly.
The patient had an extensive and complex medical history that included non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, now in remission; an illness diagnosed by some as POEMS syndrome (polyneuropathy, organomegaly, endocrinopathy, circulating M protein, and skin changes) and by other physicians as Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia; hepatic cirrhosis with a TIPS procedure (transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt), a TIPS revision, and at least one episode of hepatic encephalopathy; systemic arterial hypertension; diabetes mellitus; and mild chronic renal insufficiency.
He also had clinically demonstrable ascites with no organomegaly.
Nonspecific organomegaly is the most common sign of liver and spleen involvement (Figure l),(1) rarely presenting as an organ abscess.
There was no peripheral lymphadenopathy and abdomen was soft and non-tender with no organomegaly.
Conclusion: Using ERT was safe and effective in the reversal of hematological complications and organomegaly in most of the patients.
On physical examination, his general status was good, he had no organomegaly and cervical lymphadenopathy the largest one having a size of 1.
Ascites and bowel disturbances were the most common symptoms followed by pain, fever, weight loss, mass in abdomen, lymphadenopathy, vomiting, and organomegaly [Table 4].
Diseases such adult Still's disease (normal ferritin, absence of sore throat and organomegaly, and inconsistent rash), brucella (brucella tube agglutination negative), ANCA-associated vasculitis (ANCA negative, no pulmonary involvement, normal urinary sediment, and no asthma history), systemic lupus erythematosus (ANA negative, anti-ds-DNA negative, normal complement level, and no hematologic or renal involvement) were considered in the differential diagnosis, and relevant investigations were conducted.
His abdomen was soft and nontender with no evidence of organomegaly.
The abdomen was soft and not tender without distension or organomegaly.