1. swelling (usually in the legs) caused by lymph accumulating in the tissues in the affected areas
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How To Use lymphedema In A Sentence

  • Lymphedema causes chronic swelling of part of the body, usually an arm or leg.
  • Overweight women who undergo axillary lymph node dissection are more likely to develop lymphedema.
  • He has had an unfortunate condition called scrotal lymphedema. The Sun
  • Surgical approaches include excisional procedures to remove part or all of the lymphedematous tissue and microsurgery to create an anastomosis between the lymph system and another vessel.
  • Objective To study the clinical results, prognosis and preventive relapse of treatment for chronic limb lymphedema by lymphosuction.
  • Objective:To explore the cause and treatment on upper limb lymphedema after mastectomy of breast cancer.
  • He'd been diagnosed with scrotal lymphedema and had surgery to remove the growth. The Sun
  • Upper limb lymphedema after mastectomy can severely threaten physical and mental health and life quality of the patients.
  • The incidence of erysipelas is rising, especially in young children, the elderly, persons with diabetes, alcoholic persons, and patients with compromised immune systems or lymphedema.
  • The signs and symptoms of lymphedema include, in a limb, a feeling of heaviness or tightness, aching or discomfort, restricted range of motion, and swelling (partial or total).
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