[Clinical vignettes. How to diagnose the cause of edema, a clinical approach].


Oedema is a frequent disorder and the easily detectable consequence of an increase of fluid located in the interstitial tissue. It could be localized or generalized and related either to a primary disturbance of hemodynamics at the capillary level, due to a modification of the Starling's law components with secondary water and saline retention, or to a… (More)


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