• oedema
German: Ödem
Japanese: 浮腫

Medicine. The swelling of tissues, or body cavities, caused by an abnormal accumulation of fluid. Edema may be localised, due to venous or lymphatic obstruction or to increased vascular permeability or it may be systemic due to heart failure or renal disease.

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