ascites

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From Latin ascites, borrowed from Ancient Greek ἀσκίτης (askítēs), from ἀσκός (askós, wineskin).

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ascites (plural ascites)

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  1. (medicine) An accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity, frequently symptomatic of liver disease.

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