Figure 1: Causes of unilateral limb swelling: lymphoedema, post operative swelling, trauma (e.g. sprain, fracture, inflammation, and bleeding), compartment syndrome, soft tissue swelling/mass (e.g. abscess), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), cellulitis, Baker’s cyst, varicose eczema, thrombophlebitis, joint swelling (e.g. infection of gout), anaphylaxis, filiriasis. Medical illustration by Dr Ciléin Kearns (Artibiotics). PDF posters here .
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