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139 Possible Causes for Localized Edema, Swelling of Thigh

  • Varicose Veins

    If you develop DVT, you may have no symptoms, or you may have sudden, painful swelling in your ankle, leg, and thigh.[] Thigh or calf cramps (often at night) Mild swelling of feet or ankles Itching If flow of blood through the veins becomes worse, symptoms may include: Leg swelling Leg or calf[]

  • Insect Bite

    Call Your Doctor Now (night or day) If Your child looks or acts very sick Hives or swelling elsewhere on the body More than 20 fire ant stings in a child 1 year old Call[] People who know they’re allergic should carry an epinephrine auto-injector, like an EpiPen, which they can use to inject medicine directly into the thigh if they’re stung.[] […] occur up till 2 hours after the bite First Aid Advice for Anaphylaxis Give epinephrine injection if you have an anaphylactic kit Inject it into the muscle of the upper outer thigh[]

  • Muscle Strain

    This study investigated if using a shock-control hammer reduces forearm muscle strain by observing adverse physiological responses (i.e. inflammation and localized edema)[] Symptoms Common signs and symptoms include pain the thigh muscle, swelling, stiffness, weakness and instability and locking of the leg, all of which can cause minor or major[] Anti-inflammatory medication can help relieve swelling while helping with pain.[]

  • Contusion

    Increased swelling of the thigh followed, with numbness in the anterolateral thigh and pain with knee motion.[] Signs/Symptoms History of a blow to the front of the thigh Weakness and pain in the quadriceps muscle group Tightness or swelling of the quadriceps muscle group Inability[] You may see more swelling and possibly deeper bruising in your thigh, and you'll probably be walking with a limp.[]

  • Thrombophlebitis

    Red streaks and swelling along the inner thigh demonstrating phlebitis (inflammation) along the course of the right great saphenous vein.[] A 37-year-old woman presented with sudden onset of local pain and edema on her right chest wall, accompanied by a longitudinal retraction of the skin during arm abduction[] Phlebitis; Deep vein thrombosis - thrombophlebitis Thrombophlebitis is swelling (inflammation) of a vein. A blood clot (thrombus) in the vein can cause this swelling.[]

  • Lymphedema

    The excess adipose tissue disturbs the lymphatic vessels, leading to massive edema localized mostly in the lower extremity, reaching a substantial size and weight that interferes[] Once the swelling has been reduced, the person must wear graduated elastic stockings up to the knee or thigh every day from the moment of rising until bedtime.[] […] from venous insufficiency Contraindications Lymphedema Pump contraindications are as follows: Compartment Syndrome Deep vein thrombosis Local superficial infection Edema[]

  • Pilonidal Cyst

    The technique removes chronic edema, leading to an increase in localized blood flow, and the applied forces result in the enhanced formation of granulation tissue.[] This last time I had mod severe pain wrap around my legs at my thighs. The skin swelled up where the pain was.[]

  • Popliteal Cyst

    , no raised body temperature, negative Homan’s sign, local pulses present Benign tumor Palpable mass, palpable tenderness, insidious onset Intermittent pain Malignant tumor[] However, if a Baker’s cyst ruptures, it can cause severe pain, redness and swelling of the back of the thigh and calf.[] In both patients the popliteal cysts dissected proximally into the thigh. A dissecting popliteal cyst is diagnosed by arthrography.[]

  • Necrotizing Fasciitis

    […] following features can occur with cellulitis, they may instead suggest necrotizing fasciitis: Rapid progression Poor therapeutic response Blistering necrosis Cyanosis Extreme local[] He initially complained of extreme thigh pain with erythema and swelling but rapidly developed bullae and worsening erythema over the affected area along with fever and tachycardia[] : - acute gangrene: at level of fascia, streptococci pyogenes, produces acute gangrene, a form of necrotizing fascitis; - initially there is rapid onset of marked tissue edema[]

  • Hereditary Angioedema

    Increased permeability and venodilation leads to localized edema involving the deep layer of the dermis and subcutaneous tissue.[] These symptoms are thought to be caused by local cerebral edema and consequent cerebral hypoperfusion, caused by the acute HAE episode.[] After vaginal delivery without prophylaxis, a few patients developed mild local edema [ 63 ]. Similar observations were also reported by other authors [ 64 , 65 ].[]

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