trophedema

trophedema

 [trof″ĕ-de´mah]
a chronic disease with permanent edema of the lower limbs and feet from obstruction of the flow of lymph.

trophedema

/troph·ede·ma/ (trof″ĕ-de´mah) a chronic disease with permanent edema of the feet or legs.

trophedema

(trŏf″ĕ-dē′mă) [Gr. trophe, nourishment, + oidema, a swelling]
Permanent, localized edema of a limb or limbs. Repeated low-grade infection may also obstruct the flow of lymph.
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Moreover, they experienced health issues, such as trophedema, dyspnea, cramps, hypotension, and hypoglycemia, due to poor management of food and fluid intake.