splenomegaly

splenomegaly
   For practical purposes a term interchangeable with splenitis, since neither will have the usual symptoms associated with inflammation. Splenomegaly is often associated with viral hepatitis, mononucleosis, typhoid fever and abnormally high levels of red blood cells or platelets.

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  • Splenomegaly — Classification and external resources ICD 10 Q89.0, R16.1 ICD 9 …   Wikipedia

  • splenomegaly — enlargement of the spleen, 1900, from spleno , comb. form of Gk. splen (see SPLEEN (Cf. spleen)) + megas great (fem. megale; see MICKLE (Cf. mickle)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • splenomegaly — [splē΄nə meg′ə lē, splen′əmeg′ə lē] n. [ModL: see SPLENO , MEGALO & Y3] enlargement of the spleen …   English World dictionary

  • splenomegaly — /splee neuh meg euh lee, splen euh /, n. Pathol. enlargement of the spleen. Also, splenomegalia /splee noh meuh gay lee euh, gayl yeuh, splen oh /. [1895 1900; SPLENO + MEGALY] * * * ▪ pathology       enlargement of the spleen, the abdominal… …   Universalium

  • splenomegaly — noun (plural lies) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: circa 1900 abnormal enlargement of the spleen …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • splenomegaly — noun An enlargement of the spleen …   Wiktionary

  • Splenomegaly — Enlargement of the spleen. * * * spleno·meg·a·ly .splen ō meg ə lē n, pl lies abnormal enlargement of the spleen * * * n. enlargement of the spleen. It most commonly occurs in malaria, schistosomiasis, and other disorders caused by parasites; in… …   Medical dictionary

  • splenomegaly — n. abnormal enlargement of the spleen (Medicine) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • splenomegaly — [ˌspli:nə(ʊ) mɛg(ə)li] noun abnormal enlargement of the spleen. Origin early 20th cent.: from splen + Gk megas, megal great …   English new terms dictionary

  • splenomegaly — spleno·meg·a·ly …   English syllables

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