Ascites: distended abdomen in cancer

Ascites: distended abdomen in cancer

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Side view of the distended abdomen of a 74 year old female patient caused by ascites, a collection of fluid in the peritoneal cavity between the organs and abdominal wall. Ascites occurs in many different conditions, in this case it is due to non-hodgkin lymphoma (NHL), a cancer of the B-cells in the body's immune system.

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Keywords: 74 year old, abdominal distension, ascites, b cells, b-cell, b-cells, cancer, condition, diagnosis, disease, disorder, distended abdomen, elderly patient, female, fluid collection, healthcare, immune system, malignancy, medical, nhl, non-hodgkin lymphoma, non-hodgkins, oncology, peritoneal cavity, side view, woman

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