Asked by: Mattias Zoellerasked in category: General Last Updated: 10th March, 2020
What are the main causes of edema quizlet?
- Definition of Edema and its causes? Excessive amount of fluid in the interstitial compartment.
- 4 causes of edema.
- Increased capillary hydrostatic pressure.
- Loss of plasma proteins.
- Obstruction of lymphatic circulation.
- Increased capillary permeability.
- Effects of Edema.
Also asked, what are the three main causes of edema?
Several diseases and conditions may cause edema, including:
- Congestive heart failure.
- Kidney disease.
- Kidney damage.
- Weakness or damage to veins in your legs.
- Inadequate lymphatic system.
- Severe, long-term protein deficiency.
Furthermore, which of the following conditions is associated with edema? The most common local conditions that cause edema are varicose veins and thrombophlebitis (inflammation of the veins) of the deep veins of the legs. These conditions can cause inadequate pumping of the blood by the veins (venous insufficiency).
In respect to this, what are some general causes of edema quizlet?
- increased capillary hydrostatic pressure.
- loss of plasma proteins.
- obstruction of lymphatic circulation.
- increased capillary permeability.
Which causes increased capillary pressure and results in edema?
Edema may be caused by: Increased capillary hydrostatic pressure (as occurs when venous pressures become elevated by gravitational forces, volume expanded states, in heart failure or with venous obstruction) Decreased plasma oncotic pressure (as occurs with hypoproteinemia)