hygroma

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hygroma

(haɪˈɡrəʊmə) or

hydroma

n
(Veterinary Science) pathol a swelling in the soft tissue that occurs over a joint, usually caused by repeated injury
[C20: from hygro- + -oma]
Translations

hy·gro·ma

n. hidroma, saco o bursa que contiene líquido.
References in periodicals archive ?
Elbow hygroma is a characteristic movable swelling over the point of olecranon tuberosity, usually developing from trauma (McIlwraith, 2002).
This product offers coverage, padding, and protection for elbow joints, and is regularly used to treat and prevent elbow hygromas - fluid-filled swellings at the point of one or both elbows, which can arise as the result of trauma or even from a dog lying for long periods of time on hard surfaces.