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splen·ic

 (splĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, in, near, or relating to the spleen.

splenic

(ˈsplɛnɪk; ˈspliː-)
adj
1. (Anatomy) of, relating to, or in the spleen
2. (Pathology) having a disease or disorder of the spleen

splen•ic

(ˈspli nɪk, ˈsplɛn ɪk)

adj.
of, pertaining to, connected with, or affecting the spleen.
[1610–20; < Latin splēnicus < Greek splēnikós]
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Adj.1.splenic - of or relating to the spleen
Translations

splen·ic

a. esplénico-a, rel. al bazo.

splenic

adj esplénico
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Isolated splenic abscess, though rare in children, is associated with high mortality and morbidity.
Splenic abscess due to brucellosis: a case report and a review of the literature.
Splenic abscess has varied etiologies with splenic tuberculosis (TB) being a rare but important presentation of abdominal TB.
Though rare, splenic abscess is presumed to be a complication following ERCP, as evidenced by several case reports.
It is also possible to think the opposite where an asymptomatic minor leak from the staple line triggers an isolated splenic abscess due to bacterial seeding.
Aseptic Splenic Abscess as Precursory Extraintestinal Manifestation of Inflamatory Bowel Disease.
Admitted patients with the diagnosis of splenic abscess were collected over a period of 5 years (from January 2012 to December 2016).
Sen, "Sclerosing angiomatoid nodular transformation of spleen masquerading as a splenic abscess," Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology, vol.
Splenic abscess is less frequent than liver abscess among CGD patients; nonetheless, one-third of CGD patients with liver abscess are concurrently inflicted with splenic abscess (5).
The risk factors for splenic abscess described in the literature are sickle cell disease, hemoglobinopathies, splenic trauma endocarditis or tuberculosis elsewhere in an immunocompetent patient.
The terms "splenic abscess," "aseptic abscess," "inflammatory bowel disease," "ulcerative colitis," and "Crohn's disease" were used.