Swollen Ankles and Swollen Feet Index
Swollen ankles and swollen feet is a symptom of an underlying disease or condition such as edema, medications, pregnancy, injuries, diseases, infections, lymphedema, or blood clots. Treatment for swollen ankles or feet depends upon the cause.
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Swollen Lymph Nodes
Lymph nodes help the body's immune system fight infections. Causes of swollen lymph nodes (glands) may include infection (viral,...learn more »
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Swollen Lymph Nodes Article
- Swollen lymph nodes facts
- What are lymph nodes?
- Where are the lymph nodes located in the body?
- Picture of lymph nodes located in the body
- What are the causes of swollen lymph nodes?
- What are the symptoms of swollen lymph nodes?
- How are swollen lymph nodes diagnosed?
- What is the treatment for swollen lymph nodes?
- When should I see the doctor for swollen lymph nodes?
- What are the common lymph nodes that may
- What are the complications of swollen lymph nodes?
Kidney pain has a variety of causes and symptoms. Infection, injury, trauma, bleeding disorders, and less common conditions may...learn more »
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Kidney Pain Article
- What are the kidneys?
- Where are the kidneys located?
- What is the function of the kidneys?
- What are the symptoms of kidney pain?
- What are some of the kidney conditions and diseases that cause kidney pain?
- When should I see my doctor about kidney pain?
- What are common tests are available to diagnose kidney diseases?
- How is kidney pain treated?
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