- a small surface swelling of plant parts, caused by excessive moisture.
- any disease so characterized.
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Origin of edema
OTHER WORDS FROM edemae·dem·a·tous [ih-dem-uh-tuhs, ih-dee-muh-], /ɪˈdɛm ə təs, ɪˈdi mə-/, e·dem·a·tose [ih-dem-uh-tohs, ih-dee-muh-], /ɪˈdɛm əˌtoʊs, ɪˈdi mə-/, adjectivepseu·do·e·de·ma, noun, plural pseu·do·e·de·ma·ta.
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“Exercise-induced pulmonary edema” has been documented in research, but Robinson said a proven connection between that phenomenon and the bloody taste has not been established.Do you sometimes taste blood when working out? Here’s what might be happening.|Allyson Chiu|October 8, 2021|Washington Post
That condition is now known as high-altitude pulmonary edema, or HAPE.
Instead, Houston suggested that this was a form of pulmonary edema, or fluid build-up in the lungs, triggered by the ascent to altitude rather than by an infection or any underlying health condition.
Drinking lots of water can exacerbate issues of edema and blood pressure.
The dye has been used upon mice and caused pronounced edema.
On the first two occasions, one eye was closed completely by the edema.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
The name—opposed to edema—is about as close as the copyright laws permit.
The only local anesthetic that produces edema and sloughing is quinin and urea hydrochlorid.
The woman, however, after three doses of the scopolamine developed pulmonary edema.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation|Austin O'Malley