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2,749 Possible Causes for Lymphedema

  • Lymphedema

    […] their lymphedema.[] […] with mild lymphedema make up the cohort that gives rise to preventable severe, debilitating lymphedema.[] Based on the causes, lymphedema can be categorized into primary and secondary lymphedema.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm of the Breast

    More common but less serious ones include skin burns, irritation or discoloration, fatigue, and lymphedema.[] Your provider can refer you to a physical therapist who specializes in working with lymphedema. You should be educated about reducing your risk of developing lymphedema.[] Adverse effects include fatigue, lymphedema, darkening of the breast skin, and irritation of the breast skin.[]

  • Lipedema

    METHODS: Twenty-four healthy subjects and 16 patients with lymphedema and lipedema were studied with MRI and ultratomography.[] […] as well, especially in the legs Lymphedema Summary Lymphedema is a disorder of the lymphatic system.[] […] from the usual patient with either congenital or acquired lymphedema.[]

  • Cellulitis

    CELLULITIS ANNOUNCES LYMPHEDEMA A cellulitis infection is often the first sign that someone has developed lymphedema.[] Lymphedema tarda usually presents in adult patients with a family history of lymphedema.[] See Reducing the Risk of Lymphedema and Lymphedema Flare-Ups for more information. Was this article helpful? Yes / No[]

  • Carcinoma of the Prostate

    […] and weight loss or with clinical manifestations related to bone metastases (pain and pathological fractures), spinal cord compression (paraplegia), vascular obstruction (lymphedema[] Immunizations and Infections Late Effects/Long-Term Psychosocial and Physical Problems Anthracycline-Induced Cardiac Toxicity Anxiety and Depression Cognitive Function Fatigue Lymphedema[] Findings in patients with advanced disease may include the following: Cancer cachexia Bony tenderness Lower-extremity lymphedema or deep venous thrombosis Adenopathy Overdistended[]

  • Malignant Ovarian Neoplasm

    […] wellness. [14] Physical therapy also provides: Massage Therapy, which recent studies show can decrease stress, anxiety, depression, and pain, and increase alertness [15] Lymphedema[]

  • Erysipelas

    Lymphedema Glossary Lymphedema Arm Lymphedema Leg Lymphedema Acute Lymphedema The Lymphedema Diet Exercises for Lymphedema Diuretics are not for Lymphedema Lymphedema People[] Mean duration of lymphedema prior to liposuction was 8.8 years (range1-38, standard deviation (SD) 7.0 years).[] Treatment of lymphedema No study has demonstrated that physiotherapy or compression promotes bacterial infection in lymphedema.[]

  • Lymphoma

    Insomnia Internet Addiction Irritable Bowel Syndrome Jealousy Kidney Cancer Kleptomania Klonopin Learning Disability Liver Cancer Loneliness Lung Cancer Lupus Lyme Disease Lymphedema[] Lymphoma is also not the same as lymphedema, which is a collection of fluid that forms in body tissues when there is damage or blockage to the lymph system.[] Lymphoma is also not the same as lymphedema , which is a collection of fluid that forms in body tissues when there is damage or blockage to the lymph system.[]

  • Lymphangioleiomyomatosis

    […] with sporadic LAM, successfully treated with sirolimus, in whom the first manifestation of the disease was chyloperitoneum and after three and nine years, respectively, lymphedema[] […] diagnosed with LAM, including 25 (93%) with chylothorax, eight (30%) with chyloperitoneum, seven (26%) with chylous fluid in the chest and abdomen, and one (4%) with lower-limb lymphedema[] […] peritoneal, pleural, andpericardial spaces, chyloptysis, chylocolporrhea/chylometrorrhea, chyle leak from theumbilicus, chylous pulmonary congestion,and lower extremity lymphedema[]

  • Turner Syndrome

    Signs and symptoms At birth, girls with Turner syndrome may have swollen hands and feet because of lymphedema.[] Generalized lymphedema is seen here in an infant with Turner syndrome. The loose skin folds around the neck will form a webbed neck later in life.[] In infants, the combination of dysplastic or hypoplastic nails and lymphedema gives a characteristic sausage-like appearance to the fingers and toes.[]

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