Edema - An accumulation of an excessive amount of watery fluid in cells, tissues, or serous cavities.
Enanthem, enanthema - A mucous membrane eruption, especially one occurring in connection with one of the exanthemas.
Encephalitis, pl. encephalitides - Inflammation of the brain.
Endotoxemia - Presence in the blood of endotoxins.
Endotracheal intubation - Passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the trachea for maintenance of the airway during anesthesia or for maintenance of an imperiled airway.
Enterotoxin - A cytotoxin specific for the cells of the intestinal mucosa.
Epistaxis - Profuse bleeding from the nose.
Epizootic - 1. Denoting a temporal pattern of disease occurrence in an animal population in which the disease occurs with a frequency clearly in excess of the expected frequency in that population during a given time interval. 2. An outbreak (epidemic) of disease in an animal population; often with the implication that it may also affect human populations.
Erythema - Redness of the skin due to capillary dilatation.
Erythema multiforme - An acute eruption of macules, papules, or subdermal vesicles presenting a multiform appearance, the characteristic lesion being the target or iris lesion over the dorsal aspect of the hands and forearms; its origin may be allergic, seasonal, or from drug sensitivity, and the eruption, although usually self-limited (e.g., multiforme minor), may be recurrent or may run a severe course, sometimes with fatal termination (e.g., multiforme major or Stevens-Johnson syndrome).
Erythrocyte - A mature red blood cell.
Erythropoiesis - The formation of red blood cells.
Exanthema - A skin eruption occurring as a symptom of an acute viral or coccal disease, as in scarlet fever or measles.
Extracellular -Outside the cells.
Extraocular - Adjacent to but outside the eyeball.
Fasciculation - Involuntary contractions, or twitchings, of groups (fasciculi) of muscle fibers, a coarser form of muscular contraction than fibrillation.