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Types of Edema

Signs & symptoms

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What are the signs & symptoms of Acute Edema? 1)Rapid onset after known injury 2)Redness 3)Warmth 4)Painful to palpation or movement 5)Localized
What type of Edema does this represent: 1)Rapid onset after known injury 2)Redness 3)Warmth 4)Painful to palpation or movement 5)Localized? Acute Edema
What are the signs & symptoms of Venous Edema? 1)Slowly progressive 2)Moderate warmth 3)Dusky color or brownish staining of skin 4)Achy pain as day progresses 5)Normal contours of the leg are lost
What type of Edema does this represent: 1)Slowly progressive 2)Moderate warmth 3)Dusky color or brownish staining of skin 4)Achy pain as day progresses 5)Normal contours of the leg are lost Venous Edema
What are the signs & symptoms of Lymphatic Edema? 1)Slowly progressive 2)Mild warmth 3)Color changes rare 4)Usually painless 5)Sensation of fullness or heaviness in limb 6)Soft & always pitting or hard 7)Asymmetrical in comparison of limbs
What type of Edema does this represent: 1)Slowly progressive 2)Mild warmth 3)Color changes rare 4)Usually painless 5)Sensation of fullness or heaviness in limb 6)Soft & always pitting or hard 7)Asymmetrical in comparison of limbs Lymphatic Edema
What are the signs & symptoms of Systemic Edema (heart, kidney, and liver disease) 1)Abdominal swelling (ascites) 2)Generalized, varying edema 3)Generally pitting 4)Always bilateral, symmetrical edema
What type of Edema does this represent: 1)Abdominal swelling (ascites) 2)Generalized, varying edema 3)Generally pitting 4)Always bilateral, symmetrical edema Systemic Edema (heart, kidney, and liver disease)
What are the signs & symptoms of Toxic Edema? 1)Acute 2)Localized 3)Itchy or painful 4)Redness 5)Nonpitting
What type of Edema does this represent: 1)Acute 2)Localized 3)Itchy or painful 4)Redness 5)Nonpitting Toxic Edema
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