hydropericardium

Pericardium vs Hydropericardium - What's the difference?

pericardium | hydropericardium |


As nouns the difference between pericardium and hydropericardium

is that pericardium is (anatomy|cardiology) a serous membrane that surrounds the heart allowing it to contract while hydropericardium is (medicine) the accumulation of serous fluid in the pericardium.

Fluid vs Hydropericardium - What's the difference?

fluid | hydropericardium |


As nouns the difference between fluid and hydropericardium

is that fluid is fluid while hydropericardium is (medicine) the accumulation of serous fluid in the pericardium.

Serous vs Hydropericardium - What's the difference?

serous | hydropericardium |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between serous and hydropericardium

is that serous is (medicine) containing, secreting, or resembling serum; watery; a fluid or discharge that is pale yellow and transparent, usually representing something of a benign nature (this contrasts with the term sanguine, which means blood-tinged and usually harmful) while hydropericardium is (medicine) the accumulation of serous fluid in the pericardium.

As an adjective serous

is (medicine) containing, secreting, or resembling serum; watery; a fluid or discharge that is pale yellow and transparent, usually representing something of a benign nature (this contrasts with the term sanguine, which means blood-tinged and usually harmful).

As a noun hydropericardium is

(medicine) the accumulation of serous fluid in the pericardium.

Accumulation vs Hydropericardium - What's the difference?

accumulation | hydropericardium |


As nouns the difference between accumulation and hydropericardium

is that accumulation is the act of amassing or gathering, as into a pile while hydropericardium is (medicine) the accumulation of serous fluid in the pericardium.