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Suffering from swollen leg. All tests normal. No medicines helping. Is it due to arthritis?

my mother 65 years old and suffering from swollen leg. It started from the thigh and then till the ankle and feet . We have got all the tests done starting from blood, urine and doppler for both legs. Kidney , liver are normal. Doppler test also suggested no abnormality in the veins. Some say it is artharatis and some say it is falaria but no medicines are working. pl help.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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dear pt
as symptoms you had mentioned is confine to single limb or both of them?????????.as far as arthritis change you told never causes swelling in whole limb.probably it may be lymphatics/vascular blockade.consult ctvs surgeon*****
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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