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*  Diabetic retinopathy
Even macular edema, which can cause rapid vision loss, may not have any warning signs for some time. In general, however, a ... It can be used to treat macular edema by creating a Modified Grid at the posterior pole and it can be used for panretinal ... In some patients it results in a marked increase of vision, especially if there is an edema of the macula. Avoiding tobacco use ... The symptoms of macular edema are blurred vision and darkened or distorted images that are not the same in both eyes. Ten ...
*  Swimming-induced pulmonary edema
Swimming induced pulmonary edema (SIPE), also known as immersion pulmonary edema, occurs when fluids from the blood leak ... As with other forms of pulmonary edema, the hallmark of SIPE is a cough which may lead to frothy or blood-tinged sputum. ... "Swimming Induced Pulmonary Edema (SIPE)". Endurance Triathletes. Radiology Kerley's B and C lines - Swimming Induced Pulmonary ... Liner, M. H.; Andersson, J. P. A. (2008). "Pulmonary edema after competitive breath-hold diving". Journal of Applied Physiology ...
*  Visual impairment due to intracranial pressure
Optic disc edema, globe flattening, choroidal folds, hyperopic shifts and an increased intracranial pressure have been ... Stage 1 - Very Early Optic-disc Edema Obscuration of the nasal border of the disc. No elevation of the disc borders. Disruption ... Impaired saline and water load excretions were noted in the upright position in IIH patients with orthostatic edema compared to ... Stage 3 - Moderate Optic-disc Edema Obscurations of all borders. Increased diameter of ONH. Obscuration of one or more segments ...
*  Edema
Certain organs develop edema through tissue specific mechanisms. Examples of edema in specific organs: Cerebral edema is ... Causes of edema which are generalized to the whole body can cause edema in multiple organs and peripherally. For example, ... severe heart failure can cause pulmonary edema, pleural effusions, ascites and peripheral edema. Such severe systemic edema is ... Edema surrounding the eyes is called periorbital edema or eye puffiness. The periorbital tissues are most noticeably swollen ...
*  Peripheral edema
... is edema (accumulation of fluid causing swelling) in tissues perfused by the peripheral vascular system, ... In the most dependent parts of the body (those hanging distally), it may be called dependent edema. The condition is commonly ... Cho S, Atwood J (2002). "Peripheral edema". Am J Med. 113 (7): 580-6. doi:10.1016/S0002-9343(02)01322-0. PMID 12459405. "Lyrica ...
*  Patrick Edema
Patrick Lechi Edema (born 27 August 1992) is a Ugandan professional footballer who plays for Anadia. He made his professional ...
*  Malignant edema
... (or malignant oedema) is an acute, generally rapidly fatal wound infection (toxemia) most common in grazing ... "A similar infection in humans is not uncommon." The Merck Veterinary Manual, "Malignant Edema" A World of Petcare, "Malignant ...
*  Gerard Edema
... or Gerard van Edema (c. 1652, Amsterdam - c. 1700, Richmond, Surrey), was a Dutch landscape-painter who settled in ... "Edema, Gerard". Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885-1900. 10 Painting(s) by or after Gerard Edema ... Edema is stated to have been a native of Friesland. He was a pupil of Allart van Everdingen, from whom he learnt to paint ... Edema, having no talent for figures and buildings, was usually assisted in this line by Jan Wyck. Sir Richard Edgcumbe, being ...
*  Cerebral edema
Subtypes of vasogenic edema include: Hydrostatic cerebral edema This form of cerebral edema is seen in acute malignant ... High altitude cerebral edema High altitude cerebral edema (HACE) is a severe and sometimes fatal form of altitude sickness that ... Interstitial cerebral edema differs from vasogenic edema as CSF contains almost no protein. Treatment approaches can include ... In most instances, cytotoxic and vasogenic edema occur together. It is generally accepted that cytotoxic edema is dominant ...
*  Macular edema
... occurs when fluid and protein deposits collect on or under the macula of the eye (a yellow central area of the ... The edema is termed "cystoid" as it appears cystic; however, lacking an epithelial coating, it is not truly cystic. The cause ... Macular edema sometimes occurs for a few days or weeks after cataract surgery, but most such cases can be successfully treated ... A number of drugs can cause changes in the retina that can lead to macular edema. The effect of each drug is variable and some ...
*  Heat edema
... is a cutaneous condition characterized by dependent edema from vasodilatory pooling. Heat causes the blood vessels ... The balance of salt in the body is also a risk factor for heat edema. If salt loss is less than normal, the increased salt ... People visiting hot climates from colder climates may also have an increased risk of heat edema. Heat illness List of cutaneous ... Older adults have an increased risk of heat edema, especially if they have other medical conditions that affect their ...
*  Pulmonary edema
... cardiogenic pulmonary edema), or an injury to the lung parenchyma or vasculature of the lung (noncardiogenic pulmonary edema). ... such as with the venom of Atrax robustus Flash pulmonary edema (FPE), is rapid onset pulmonary edema. It is most often ... and differentiate between cardiogenic and non-cardiogenic edema. Especially in the case of cardiogenic pulmonary edema, urgent ... Pulmonary edema is fluid accumulation in the tissue and air spaces of the lungs. It leads to impaired gas exchange and may ...
*  Reinke's edema
... is the swelling of the vocal cords due to fluid (edema) collected within the Reinke's space. First identified by ... The major cause associated with Reinke's edema is smoking. In fact, 97% of patient's diagnosed with Reinke's edema are habitual ... Shortness of breath Reinke's edema is characterized by a "sac-like" appearance of the vocal folds. The edema is a white ... Reinke's edema is characterized by the "sac-like" appearance of the fluid-filled vocal cords. The swelling of the vocal folds ...
*  Berlin's edema
... (commotio retinae) is a common condition caused by blunt injury to the eye. It is characterized by decreased ... Usually there is no leakage of fluid and therefore it is not considered a true edema. The choroidal fluorescence in fluorescent ... In late cases cystoid macular edema sometimes develops which can further lead to macular destruction. Commotio retinae is ...
*  Edema blister
... s (also known as "Edema bulla", "Hydrostatic bulla," and "Stasis blister") are a cutaneous condition that develop ... in patients with an acute exacerbation of chronic edema, particularly of the lower extremities, and in the setting of anasarca ...
*  High-altitude pulmonary edema
Pulmonary edema Altitude sickness High-altitude cerebral edema (HACE) High-altitude flatus expulsion (HAFE) Pulse oximeter, the ... High-altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE) (HAPO spelled oedema in British English) is a life-threatening form of non-cardiogenic ... The Lake Louise Consensus Definition for High-Altitude Pulmonary Edema has set widely used criteria for defining HAPE symptoms ... Luks, AM (2008). "Do we have a 'best practice' for treating high altitude pulmonary edema?". High Altitude Medicine & Biology. ...
*  High-altitude cerebral edema
While there is strong evidence that vasogenic edema plays a major role in HACE, cytotoxic edema, cellular retention of fluids, ... It appears to be a vasogenic edema (fluid penetration of the blood-brain barrier), although cytotoxic edema (cellular retention ... High-altitude cerebral edema (HACE) is a medical condition in which the brain swells with fluid because of the physiological ... Cytotoxic edema may be caused by the failure of cellular ion pumps, which results from hypoxia. Then intracellular sodium and ...
*  Persistent edema of rosacea
... is an uncommon cutaneous condition characterized by a hard, nonpitting edema restricted to the ... Persistent edema of rosacea (also known as "Chronic upper facial erythematous edema," "Morbihan's disease," or "Rosaceous ... The edema typically worsens slowly over months to years and is often on a background of chronic inflammation. There are no ... Persistent erythema and edema of the midthird and upper aspect of the face (morbus morbihan): evidence of hidden immunologic ...
*  Acne with facial edema
... (also known as "Solid facial edema") occurs uncommonly, and is associated with a peculiar inflammatory ... edema of the mid-third of the face. List of cutaneous conditions Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia, Jean L.; Jorizzo, Joseph L. (2007 ...
*  Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy
... (also known as "Acute hemorrhagic edema of childhood", "Finkelstein's disease", "Infantile ... postinfectious iris-like purpura and edema", "Medallion-like purpura", "Purpura en cocarde avec oedema" and "Seidlmayer ...
*  Remitting seronegative symmetrical synovitis with pitting edema
The key distinguishing feature is that these conditions don't tend to manifest with pitting edema at the back of the hands. The ... Prospective studies have found a subgroup of PMR patients with hand edema, as well as other similarities. Thus, RS3PE has been ... Other causes of edema include heart failure, hypoalbuminemia, nephrotic syndrome and venous stasis. ... Olivieri I, Salvarani C, Cantini F (February 1997). "Remitting distal extremity swelling with pitting edema: a distinct ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Conditions and Diseases: E: Edema
Increased secretion of fluid into the interstitium or impaired removal of this fluid may be associated with edema. Mechanisms ... Edema is the increase of extracellular fluid (ECF) in any organ. Generally, the amount of ECF is in balance. ... Edema and Lymphedema Article will help you distinguish between the two, factors responsible for their formation, the treatment ... Edema is the increase of extracellular fluid (ECF) in any organ. Generally, the amount of ECF is in balance. Increased ...
*  Pregnancy
Edema (swelling). Common complaint in advancing pregnancy. Caused by compression of the inferior vena cava and pelvic veins by ...
*  Butyl acrylate
... pulmonary edema; and difficulty breathing (dyspnea). "NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards #0075". National Institute for ...