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283 Possible Causes for Leg Edema, Leg Pain, Lipoma

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    We report a case of a patient presenting with acute leg pain resembling that of a deep vein thrombosis, and a beginning leg compartment syndrome following a suspected ruptured[] A physical examination revealed bilateral leg edema.[] A 59-year-old white man with history of leg pain, smoking, weight loss, benign prostatic hyperplasia, lipoma and panic attack presented with shortness of breath and chest[]

  • Lipedema

    We describe a patient with classic lipedema and multiple lipomas of her arms and trunk.[] *Pain in legs and sensitivity to touch caused by lymph blockage that leads to hardening of tissues.[] V. (1951) Lipedema of the legs; a syndrome characterized by fat legs and edema. Ann Intern Med. 34, 1243-1250. 2. Chen, S. G., Hsu, S. D., Chen, T. M., and Wang, H.[]

  • Venous Insufficiency

    Excision of the lipoma resulted in clinical improvement and ulcer healing.[] If you suffer from leg pain, swelling or varicose veins, schedule an appointment at one of our clinics today.[] Chronic Venous insufficiency can cause varicose veins, leg edema, leg pain, chronic skin changes and non-healing ulcers.[]

  • Atelectasis

    A 79-year-old woman with a history of recent pneumonia and pleurisy presented to our hospital and complained of left leg edema and pain that was considered to be vasculitis[] […] the feet or legs, fluid accumulation in the abdomen, and more difficult breathing, especially when the person is lying down.[] A 79-year-old woman with a history of recent pneumonia and pleurisy presented to our hospital and complained of left leg edema and pain that was considered to be vasculitis[]

  • Local Anesthesia

    […] local anesthesia Dental work, including fillings, crowns, root canals, and tooth extractions (removal) Biopsies (surgical samples) and excision (surgical removal) of cysts, lipomas[] Immediately after the surgery, the low back and leg pain disappeared.[] The average decrease in the circumference excluding edema in bilateral legs was 41.8 /- 31.2% of the preoperative excess length.[]

  • Lymphangitis

    Redness of the skin particularly on the face, ear, neck, arm, leg, ankle, foot, hand, back, chest Swelling of the skin Skin warmth Skin pain Leg pain and Leg pain – bilateral[] In 1987 she developed persistent vulvar, leg, and ankle edema; chronic vulvar pain; and recurrent vulvar cellulitis, which were ultimately attributed to group B Streptococcus[] lipomas lipomatosis lipomatous lipophilic lipophilicities lipophilicity liposarcoma liposarcomas liposomal liposome lipotropic lipotropin lipoxidase lipoxygenase lipping[]

  • Rare Endometriosis

    The differential diagnosis includes hernia, hematoma, suture granuloma, lipoma, abscess, sebaceous cysts, neoplastic tissue and metastatic carcinoma.[4] The etiology is said[] , leg pain and chronic fatigue.[] Patient underwent surgery because of circulatory disorders and left leg edema.[]

  • Myotonic Dystrophy

    At autopsy, the abdominal tumor was diagnosed as a lipoma.[] Ten months after the first TTS she developed dyspnea, leg edema, and anginal chest pain.[] He notices himself dragging his feet while walking and pain in his legs. He experiences stiffness in his jaw and his hands.[]

  • Ropinirole

    -49 monthly Side effects: cramps in legs, tiredness, somnolence, headaches, nausea, dizziness, daytime tiredness, back pain, insomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness (somnolence[] , leg edema, flushing, extrasystoles, atrial fibrillation, palpitation, tachycardia, peripheral ischemia Restless Leg Syndrome: Common (1% to 10%): Syncope Uncommon (0.1%[] Oncology Ropinirole has certain malignant potential, and is connected to the cases of benign brain neoplasm, breast, bladder, rectal and esophageal carcinomas, lipoma, malignant[]

  • Varicocele

    It’s similar to having varicose veins in the legs.[] Affected patients usually present with unilateral leg edema. The condition is most often seen in women, in whom it may also be a cause of vulvar varicosities.[] During palpation, a varicocele must be differentiated from the lipoma of the cord. Unlike a varicocele, a lipoma will not go away when the patient lies down.[]

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