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Title: lymphedema

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Subject: History
Author: Todd F
Date: February 12, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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Lymph vessels carry this fluid to your lymph nodes. Lymph nodes filter waste materials and foreign products, then return the fluid to your blood. If your vessels or nodes become damaged or are missing, the lymph fluid cannot move freely through the system. The fluid can then build up and cause swelling in the affected arms or legs...

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The swelling usually appears during your adolescence and affects your foot or calf. A rare form of primary lymphedema develops in infancy and is called Milroy's disease ? Acquired lymphedema or secondary lymphedema, in which an injury to your lymphatic system causes lymphedema. It is much more common than primary lymphedema Some people develop chronic lymphedema, which can last for the rest of your life...

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