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Edema

Also called: Tissue Swelling, Swelling Of Tissue

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Your body appears to be in a state of fluid overload. This can be caused by many conditions including heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease...
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For the edema, I had to get my lungs drained with a needle and have a Thoracentesis done which drains excess fluids between lungs and lining of lungs...
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this is called edema and can  be cause by many things. i suggest u look up what can cause edema of the extremetie's ,  i hope i was...
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My mother has MS and she tends to get those symptoms, but some medications that are used to treat her have made it worse. if i am correct when she...
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Hi, I think you find its the weight on his heart that's making him short of breath, all that weight is doing no good, I would say that he needs...
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My personal opinion is no. I would not recommend acupuncture for the control of edema, most likely due to the congestive heart failure and kidney...
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If you take IB's for a long period of time, they will raise your B.P. If your B.P. get's too high, and that way for a period of time, it...
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Elastic stockings Keeping your legs elevated while sitting in a chair or lying down Avoiding long periods of sitting Not crossing your legs Mild...
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Edema is the medical term for swelling. It is a general response of the body to injury or inflammation. Edema can be isolated to a small area or...
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Edema is a normal response of the body to inflammation or injury. For example, a twisted ankle, a bee sting, or a skin infection will all result in...
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Edema symptoms depend on the amount of edema and the body part affected.Edema in a small area from an infection or inflammation (such as a mosquito...
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Treatment of edema often means treating the underlying cause of edema. For example, allergic reactions causing edema may be treated with...
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Macular edema and diabetic retinopathy are detected during a comprehensive eye exam that includes: Visual acuity test . This eye chart test measures...
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Macular edema is treated with laser surgery. This procedure is called focal laser treatment. Your doctor places up to several hundred small laser...
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