Ascites


Ontology type: npg:Subject  | skos:Concept     


Concept Info

NAME

Ascites

DESCRIPTION

Ascites is the accumulation or retention of fluid within the peritoneal cavity. This condition is most commonly caused by cirrhosis, severe liver disease and cancer.

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