Retention of fluid in the lower legs which can lead to enlarged legs, skin damage, weeping or drainage, and impaired mobility
Congenital or acquired dysfunction of small vessels that carry lymph fluid (water plus proteins) back to venous system in the left neck. This can lead to progressive lower extremity swelling.
Abnormal fat distribution due to metabolic changes that are unknown at this time. Painful deposits of fat develop in the lower legs, thighs and hips. It is often mistaken for lymphedema but can easily be distinguished by a trained physician on physical exam.
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