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Is ascites precox an exclusive symptom of constrictive pericarditis ?
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Dr. Louis Grenzer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
The term ascites praecox does refer specifically to ascites (fluid in abdominal cavity) secondary to constrictive pericaritis.
It may occur prior to the development of leg edema.

In brief: Yes
The term ascites praecox does refer specifically to ascites (fluid in abdominal cavity) secondary to constrictive pericaritis.
It may occur prior to the development of leg edema.
Dr. Louis Grenzer
Dr. Louis Grenzer
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Dr. Nathan Ritter
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
By definition, ascites precox is ascites from constrictive pericarditis.
However, there are many other causes of ascites.

In brief: Yes
By definition, ascites precox is ascites from constrictive pericarditis.
However, there are many other causes of ascites.
Dr. Nathan Ritter
Dr. Nathan Ritter
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