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2,727 Possible Causes for Gyri Decreased or Absent, Swelling of Hand

  • Ganglion Cyst

    Ganglion cysts are the commonest type of swelling in the hand and wrist.[] It is a fluid-filled swelling on the hand , which is attached to a tendon sheath or joint via a long, thin tube-like stalk and is clothed in synovial membrane.[] Ganglions are not always visible in that some do not bulge upwards through the skin, but swell inwards.[]

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  • Gout

    Inflammation also can occur in the knee, ankle, foot, hand, wrist and elbow.[] Gout is caused by the build-up of uric acid in the joints, particularly of the hands and feet. The swelling puts pressure...[] Symptoms include pain, swelling and shiny redness over the affected joints.[]

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  • Obesity

    The prevalence of obesity and overweight increased in the United States between 1978 and 1991. More recent reports have suggested continued increases but are based on self-reported data. To examine trends and prevalences of overweight (body mass index [BMI] or 25) and obesity (BMI or 30), using measured[…][]

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  • Preeclampsia

    Pregnant women who have preeclampsia may experience the following Headache Swelling of hands and feet Abdominal pain Is this harmful?[] The signs of pre-eclampsia are high blood pressure, protein in urine and sudden excessive swelling of the face, hands and feet. Sudden blurred vision is also a symptom.[] […] or puffiness of the face (especially around the eyes) or hands, or excessive, continuous swelling of the feet or ankles[]

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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

    Repetitive and forceful grasping with the hands or repetitive bending of the wrist may also contribute.[] […] nerve, disrupting transmission of sensations from the hand up to the arm and to the central nervous system.[] If that does not work, some patients may benefit from anti-inflammatory medications, icing the wrist or possible injection in the wrist to reduce swelling.[]

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  • Neu-Laxova Syndrome Type 2

    Group II: massive swelling of hand and feet, ichthyosis, undermineralized bones and Group III: hypoplastic digits, severe ichthyosis, short limbs and stick-like long bones[] Type II - Massive swelling of the hands and feet, ichthyosis and hypoplastic digits. Renal agenesis, heart defects and cleft lip may be present.[]

  • Pulmonary Edema

    She also noticed swelling of both lower limbs and hands.[] Continued Symptoms of Edema Your symptoms will depend on the amount of swelling you have and where you have it.[] On the other hand, a large allergic reaction (such as from a bee sting ) may cause edema on your entire arm that can bring pain and limit your arm's movement.[]

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  • Common Cold

    Wash your hands frequently.[] […] and/or vision changes You develop severe head or facial pain/swelling How Can I Prevent Viral URIs?[] […] unchanged or getting worse after 10 days You experience shortness of breath or have any respiratory difficulty You experience a high fever ( 102 o F) You develop eye pain/ swelling[]

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  • Angioedema

    Angioedema symptoms include: Swelling around the eyes, lips and ears. Rarer cases will also get swelling on hands, feet and throat.[] In acquired angioedema, the predominant feature of angioedema is swelling of the face, mucous membranes and hands. Swelling may be itchy and associated with skin rash.[] The patient reports previous episodes of abdominal pain and swelling of her hands and feet that have been attributed possibly to food allergies, which have recently become[]

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  • Urinary Tract Disease

    The fluid then builds up in hands, feet or ankles, causing swelling.[] If the kidneys stop working entirely, the result is a condition called uremia, in which the body fills with extra water and waste products, leading to swelling in the hands[] Symptoms of proteinuria include foamy-appearing urine and swelling in the hands, feet, abdomen or face. But the condition can also be invisible, producing no symptoms.[]

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