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Our interest is swelling – but what’s in a name?

BB Lee, Jane Rankin, Neil Piller, Robyn Box, Vaughan Keeley
21 March 2018

We seem to have made strides in our ability to differentiate between lipoedemas and myxoedemas on the basis of clinical testing and presentation, but there is still a lot of uncertainly it seems when it comes to defining the boundaries between chronic oedema and lymphoedema.

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