Lymphogenous edema

- rare in practice condition. There are 3 types of such violations. 1 - Congenital lymphatic swelling, visible at the birth of a child or becomes apparent by the age of 2 years. This family form of congenital lymphatic edema is an autosomal dominant trait, known as the Milroy disease. See the photo on the website of Prof. Yu A Khramov

2-- Lymphatic edema of the type lymphedema praecox -the most common form of primary lymphatic edema. It begins to appear between the ages of 2 to 35 years and occurs predominantly in women (ratio MF = 10: 1). Lymphedema praecox usually manifests as one-sided. It is believed that this is also the family form of lymphedema praecox - an autosomal dominant feature known as the Meige disease. (See photo)

3 - Secondary lymphatic edema occursmore often than primary and their causes are diverse. One of the most common causes of lymphatic edema of the legs is a tumor (lymphoma, prostate cancer, ovarian cancer, etc.). Frequent causes of edema are operations involving lymphatic pathways, radiation therapy and infections (bacterial infection or filariasis, vukhoheriosis, etc.) Other books and illustrations - take on Rambler.ru <Khramov Yu A>

2.8 Non-atherosclerotic vascular syndromes:

systemic vasculitis; giant cell arteritis;Takayasu disease; radiation arteritis; infection of the arterial system; cystic disease of adventitia; Buerger's disease; congenital disorders of the blood coagulation system; a syndrome of the ischial artery; arteriopathy; Marfan syndrome; Ehlers-Danlos'a syndrome; arterial magna syndrome; Behcet's disease; hemocystinuria; intra-arterial medicinal injuries (narcotic).

immune arteritis include angiitis, a largecategory of vasculitis with a wide variety of etiology, including infection, drugs and chemical allergies, connective tissue diseases. tumors, Shonlein-Genocha purpura, cryoglobulinemia and a large category of conditions represented by chronic active hepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis, irritable bowel syndrome and intestinal operations. This includes giant cell arteritis and a group of diseases that are designated as temporary arteritis and Takayasu-Onishi disease, Kawasaki syndrome, Behcet's disease, Kogan's syndrome and Burger's disease.

You read one of the sections of the book by Professor Khramov Yu A "Syndromes of internal diseases

Samizdat, Los Angeles, -2007, 12 -15 author's sheets. more than 100 illustrations, diagrams and clips.

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Magnetoencephalography
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