serous effusion

Translations

serous effusion

n. escape de suero dentro de una cavidad o a los tejidos;
___ effusion coattúnica serosa;
___ effusion glandglándula serosa;
___ effusion cystquiste seroso.
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Although primary effusion lymphoma (PEL) usually presents as a serous effusion, rare cases of PEL present as a solid tumor mass.
The main pathophysiologic change in DF is increased vascular permeability, causing plasma leakage and serous effusion with high protein content (mostly albumin), which then induces thickening of the gallbladder wall.
There were 7 irrigations of dry ears, 1 serous effusion, 26 mucoid effusions, and 2 mucopurulent effusions.
Some reports indicate that a number of factors have no effect on the rate of early PTTO: previous tympanostomy tube placement, a dry ear or serous effusion at the time of placement, the use of a silver-oxide-impregnated tube, and a concurrent tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, or adenotonsillectomy.
2) Granulocytic sarcoma occurs in 3-7% cases of AML and it can present before, during or even after the diagnosis of AML (7) Granulocytic sarcoma may present as a serous effusion and can be diagnosed on a cytologic specimen.
1] Cytological examination of a serous effusion is important for the diagnosis of cancer, for staging and prognosis of the patient.
It can present as an intracavitary malignant serous effusion in the absence of solid mass(es) or rarely as solid lesions in areas such as the gastrointestinal tract.
Original indications for MRI in the 88 patients Signs n Symptoms n [*] None 75 Headache 61 Trismus 5 Facial pain 15 Decreased facial 5 Orbital pain 7 sensitivity Tinnitus 4 Serous effusion 1 Facial numbness 1 Abducens palsy 1 Hearing loss 1 Nasopharyngeal mass 1 Doplopia 1 (*.
Comparison of three cytologic-preparation methods and immunocytochemistries to distinguish adenocarcinomacells from reactive mesothelial cells in serous effusion.