MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 3.1

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Hydrothorax

Abnormal accumulation of fluid in the thoracic cavity.

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Hydropericardium

Abnormal accumulation of fluid within the pericardial sac.

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Hydrocephalus

Excessive accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the ventricles of the brain.

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Hydrocele

Abnormal collection of fluid in any sacculated cavity in the body, especially the scrotum.

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Hyperemia

Excess of blood in an area of the body.

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Ischemia

Reduction in arterial blood supply.

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Thrombosis

The formation or presence of an attached blood clot.

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Embolism

The sudden obstruction of a blood vessel by debris.

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Petechia

Antemortem, pinpoint, extravascular blood discoloration visible as purplish hemorrhages of the skin.

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Ecchymosis

Superficial bleeding under the skin or a mucous membrane; a bruise.

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Epistaxis

Bleeding from the nose.

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Hemoptysis

Blood in sputum.

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Hematemesis

Vomiting of blood.

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Hematuria

Blood in the urine.

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Exsanguination

Loss of blood to the point where life may no longer be sustained.

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Purpura

Condition in which spontaneous bleeding occurs in the subcutaneous tissues, causing the appearance of purple patches on the skin.

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Melena

Blood in stool.

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Hemorrhage

Escape of blood from the vascular system.

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Anasarca

Generalized accumulation of serous fluid; generalized edema.

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Ascites

The accumulation of free serous fluid in the abdominal cavity.