Definition of Lymphoedema. Meaning of Lymphoedema. Synonyms of Lymphoedema

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Definition of Lymphoedema

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Meaning of Lymphoedema from wikipedia

- Lymphedema, also known as lymphoedema and lymphatic edema, is a condition of localized swelling caused by a compromised lymphatic system. The lymphatic...
-  521–524. ISBN 978-1-4557-4555-5. "Chronic Progressive Lymphoedema". Chronic Progressive Lymphoedema. Retrieved 2021-07-01. Miller, Lisa M.; Gal, Arnon (2017)...
- Microcephaly lymphoedema chorioretinal dysplasia is a genetic condition ****ociated with: Small head (Microcephaly) Puffy feet (Lymphoedema) Eye problems...
- it tends to favour the extremities. The umbilical stump and sites of lymphoedema are also common sites affected. Fat tissue and facial areas, typically...
- Factitious dermatitis is a form of factitious disorder in which patients will intentionally feign symptoms and produce signs of disease in an attempt to...
- Hennekam syndrome also known as intestinal lymphagiectasia–lymphedema–mental ****ation syndrome, is an autosomal recessive disorder consisting of intestinal...
- Radio 4 appeal for the charity She is a patron of Dignity in Dying, the Lymphoedema Support Network, Youth Music Theatre UK and of the Young Actors' Theatre...
- pulmonary haemorrhage, nephrotic syndrome, and rarely hepatotoxicity and lymphoedema. PO = Oral. IV = Intravenous. IM = Intramuscular. SC = Subcutaneous....
- chromosome 15q1,2. A common feature of the condition is a generalised lymphoedema from birth or childhood caused by hypoplasia of the lymphatic vessels...
- lesions. ****ociated swelling may be from either local inflammation or lymphoedema (obstruction of local lymphatic vessels by the lesion). Skin lesions...