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  1. photo Radiation therapy for cancer - making a properly informed decisionRadiation therapy for cancer - making a properly informed decisionNews
    to patients.Radiation therapy to the abdominal/pelvis may cause nausea, diarrhea and abdominal cramping. Blood counts can be decreased by radiation therapy, especially white blood cells and platelets. LymphedemaRead more
  2. photo How To Use The R-I-C-E Method To Quickly Get Rid Of Swollen Ankles, Legs And FeetHow To Use The R-I-C-E Method To Quickly Get Rid Of Swollen Ankles, Legs And FeetTreatment
    the skin Increased size of the abdomen Shiny or stretched skin Skin that keeps a dimple when pressed for a few seconds The most common reasons for edema include: medication, hormones, lymphedemaRead more
  3. photo How to Cleanse your Lymphatic System and Fight Off 80% of Chronic DiseaseHow to Cleanse your Lymphatic System and Fight Off 80% of Chronic DiseaseTreatment
    Strengthens immunity Relieves swelling, heaviness, and tightness in individuals with lymphedema Reduces stress and thus increases overall relaxation Reduces retention of fluids during menstrual cycleRead more
  4. Selênio, a cura e prevenção do Câncer!Treatment
    was involved in selenite-induced apoptosis of NB4 cells. Oncol Res. 2010;19(2):77-83. 49. Zimmermann T, Leonhardt H, Kersting S, Albrecht S, Range U, Eckelt U. Reduction of postoperative lymphedemaRead more
  5. photo What is Manual Lymph Drainage Massage?What is Manual Lymph Drainage Massage?Treatment
    lymphedema. Edema is a condition defined as swelling that occurs when interstitial fluid builds up in the muscles of the body. Lymphedema is a build up of fluid in the lymph system. Unlike edema, lymphedemaRead more

Congenital lymphedema

Disease

Congenital lymphedema is swelling that results from abnormalities in the lymphatic system that are present from birth. Swelling may be present in a single affected limb, several limbs, genitalia, or the face. It is sometimes diagnosed prenatally by a nuchal scan or post-natally by lymphoscintigraphy. A hereditary form of congenital lymphedema is called Milroy's disease and is caused by...More