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19 Possible Causes for Leg Swelling, Skin Discoloration, Unilateral Foot Swelling

  • Deep Vein Thrombosis

    A previously healthy 6-month-old male was brought to the emergency department by his family with a chief complaint of left leg swelling.[] Signs or symptoms of postphlebitic syndrome may include: Leg aching and fatigue Aching Swelling Hyperpigmentation or skin discoloration Itching and dry skin of the affected[] […] consequent leg swelling and pain.[]

  • May-Thurner Syndrome

    We report an unusual case of a young, female teenager with asymmetrical leg swelling.[] Clinical presentations include, but are not limited to pain, swelling, venous stasis ulcers, and skin discoloration.[] Skin discoloration.[]

  • Venous Insufficiency

    In addition, phlebotonics showed greater efficacy for trophic disorders, cramps, restless legs, swelling and paraesthesia, when compared with placebo.[] The quality of life (QoL) in patients with advanced venous insufficiency (including venous stasis ulcers, skin discoloration, stasis eczema, and lipodermatosclerosis) assessed[] Chronic venous insufficiency is characterized by leg skin discoloration, leg or ankle swelling and sometimes skin ulcerations or sores.[]

  • Compartment Syndrome

    Given the location and size of the aneurysm, the severe leg swelling, and venous hypertension, aneurysmorrhaphy or aneurysm sac excision with arterial reconstruction was prohibitively[] Complications Related to Fasciotomies• Altered sensation within the margins of the wound (77%)• Dry, scaly skin (40%)• Pruritus (33%)• Discolored wounds (30%)• Swollen limbs[] Symptoms can include: cramping pain during exercise, most often in the legs swelling or a visibly bulging muscle a tingling sensation the affected area turning pale and cold[]

  • Venous Insufficiency of Leg

    Lymphatic flow from the leg also may become compromised and inhibited in severe venous hypertension, causing additional leg swelling.[] This condition can cause severe leg swelling, varicose veins, skin discoloration and much more, so it's important to seek treatment early to prevent real damage to your legs[] discoloration, itching, or eczema Varicose veins Skin ulcers Risk Factors for Developing Venous Insufficiency Some of the risk factors that can contribute to venous insufficiency[]

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

    […] and may include: Chronic pain Swelling, burning and throbbing Changes in skin temperature, color and texture Joint pain and stiffness Sensitivity to touch Pain management[] The pain and discoloration may or may not diminish. There may be loss of skin creases and loss of normal sweating, giving the skin a cool, dry appearance.[] Two patients were referred suffering from severe pain, allodynia, hyperaesthesia, swelling and disability over their right lower legs, diagnosed as reflex sympathetic dystrophy[]

  • Hereditary Lymphedema

    When lymphedema develops in the legs, swelling may begin in the foot and move upward.[] , discoloration or hardening; there may be signs of infection.[] Signs and symptoms of lymphangitis (infection) This may include some or all of the following: Rash Red blotchy skin Itching of the affected area Discoloration Increase of[]

  • Lymphedema Praecox

    The result of this was that she developed painful extreme swelling of her right leg.[] In the leg, the swelling usually starts in the foot and gradually moves up the limb.[] Patients with myxedema present with rough skin of the palms, soles, elbows and knees, and yellow-orange discoloration of the skin, along with other signs of hypothyroidism[]

  • Lipedema

    In each group, the results were dismal as leg swelling worsened or was unchanged in greater than 90% whereas symptoms such as heaviness, fatigue, cramps (termed varicogenic[] Swelling is typically unilateral and often extends from the groin down the foot into the toes, with a positive Stemmer sign as described earlier.[] .  Larger masses of skin and fat overhang, complex folds and ridges with consistent swelling.  Large gains in weight occur mobility becomes affected.  Skin harder and/or[]

  • Congenital Venous Malformation

    Occasionally, there is swelling of the arm/leg associated with the CVM.[] discoloration over the injection site that lasted for 1 month and resolved without treatment.[] Compression garments provide external support to the affected arm or leg. This reduces the venous swelling in the venous malformation and thereby reduces pain.[]

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