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"subcutaneous dropsy," late 14c., medical Latin, from Greek ana "up, throughout" (see ana-) + sarx (genitive sarkos) "flesh" (see sarcasm). Abbreviation of Greek phrase hydrops ana sarka "dropsy throughout the flesh."
anasarca an·a·sar·ca (ān'ə-sär'kə)n. An accumulation of serous fluid in various tissues and cavities of the body.