Swelling

Swelling

Venous disease can cause swelling in the ankles and lower legs most evident at the end of the day, but in more advanced disease, swelling is present all the time. The area just above the ankle bones is generally the first place to see swelling. As the condition advances, significant and worsened edema (lymphedema) occurs making the problem more difficult to manage and treat.

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