The former is associated with fatigue, cyanosis, legedema, dyspnea, and syncope, as it progresses, and the latter may present with tachypnea, dyspnea, hemoptysis, pleuritic … Additionally, the physical examination may reveal arterial bruits and a difference in the blood pressure measured in the two arms or legs. … resulting from the stenoses located in the descending thoracic aortic wall include hypertension, pain, and weakness of the arms, absent or asymmetric pulse in the extremities, leg … 
Amlodipine, an antihypertensive drug, can also trigger stasis dermatitis through its common side effect lower legedema. … Compression therapy, a treatment for CVI legedema, can exacerbate the patient’s condition if patient also has arterial dysfunction. … Excessive edema can delay healing and risk infection.
These parasites are long-lived and cause heavy chronic infections that may lead to accumulation of fluid in the legs (edema) and in the peritoneal cavity (ascites), enlarged … The symptoms include febrile episodes with edema on the face, generalized lymphadenopathy, joint pain, rash, and elevated eosinophil count.
Sun Simiao (581 – 682 AD) was the first person in medical history to document the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of Beriberi (legedema due to vitamin B1 deficiency) … Edema (swelling of bodily tissues) is common. … I believe those, whom this same disease attacks, with their knees shaking and the legs raised up, walk like sheep.
Principal symptoms include distal edema and profuse weakness and dyspnea. … edema), usually accompanied with diffuse weakness and dyspnea. … Edema on the ankles (pedal edema), as well as ascites accompanied with hepatosplenomegaly are indicators of venous congestion, which is one of the main features of this condition … 
Metabolic acidosis, hyperkalemia, and pulmonary edema may require medical treatment with sodium bicarbonate, antihyperkalemic measures, and diuretics. … Symptoms Symptoms that can occur abruptly and progress rapidly in AKF are edema and crackling sound in the lungs (due to fluid retention), nausea and vomiting, confusion, … 
Especially in the later stages, people with cirrhosis experience significant symptoms such as abdominal swelling, itching, legedema, and chronic abdominal pain which would … Other medications may be useful for complications such as abdominal or leg swelling, hepatic encephalopathy, and dilated esophageal veins. … Symptoms: Some people may have no symptoms while others may be very sick with yellowing of the eyes, swelling of the legs and body, fatigue and decreased appetite.
Signs and symptoms commonly include shortness of breath, excessive tiredness, and leg swelling. … Peripheral edema: Edema develops in the feet in ambulatory patients and sacral edema in bed bound patients. … Approximately half a liter of blood pooled in the leg veins during standing is returned to the heart increasing the venous return.