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From Ancient Greek οἴδημα (oidēma), swelling) from οἰδέω (oideō), I swell).

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Edema

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edemas or edemata

Edema (plural edemas or edemata)
  1. (US, pathology) An excessive accumulation of serum in tissue spaces or a body cavity
  2. (US) A similar swelling in plants caused by excessive accumulation of water

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edema m. (plural edemi)

  1. (pathology) edema

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From Ancient Greek οἴδημα (oidēma), swelling) from οἰδέω (oideō), I swell).

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Edema m. (plural Edemas)

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Edema m.

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Edemas m.

  1. (pathology) edema

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