An obsolete term for haemorrhagic... Read More
(Science: physiology) a discharge or escape, as of blood, from a vessel into the tissues.
Origin: L. Vas =... Read More
variola haemorrhagica -->
A severe and frequently fatal form of smallpox accompanied by extravasation... Read More
1. A sudden and brief redness of the face and neck due to emotion.
2. In angiography, used metaphorically to describe... Read More
Boxers ear -->
Thickening and induration of the ear with distortion of contours following extravasation of... Read More
(Science: syndrome) An intense inflammatory reaction to slight extravasation of blood, due to an... Read More
1. Extravasation of urine.
2. The voiding of urine from an abnormal opening.
Origin: G. Planos, wandering, - ouron,... Read More
(Science: medicine) More or less extensive patches of subcutaneous extravasation of blood.
Origin: L, pl. Of vibex,... Read More
noun, plural: ecchymoses
(1) An effusion of blood underneath the skin due to ruptured blood vessel
(2) A... Read More
A bruise over or near the mastoid process (behind the ear) due to extravasation of blood as an indication... Read More
extravasation of blood into the uterine musculature and beneath the uterine peritoneum in association with... Read More
Fulminating smallpox -->
a severe and frequently fatal form of smallpox accompanied by extravasation... Read More
a head injury of sufficient force to bruise the brain. The bruising of the brain will often involve the... Read More
An ecchymosis over or near the mastoid process (behind the ear) due to extravasation of blood as an... Read More
A type of exudate consisting largely of fibrinogen and fibrin
Tissue injuries such as wounds and... Read More