Single Swollen Leg as a Symptom for Cervical Cancer

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Single Swollen Leg

A single swollen leg is puffiness and enlargement that occurs on the lower extremity on only one side of the body. A single swollen leg becomes enlarged because of a buildup of fluid that can affect the lower leg, ankle, knee, and/or thigh area. A single swollen leg can occur as a result of an injury, such as a broken leg, ankle, or foot; bursitis; arthritis; or a torn ACL. A single swollen leg may also indicate serious health problems such as cardiomyopathy, kidney failure, heart failure, or a blood clot in the leg. Elevating the leg, reducing salt intake, and getting exercise can help reduce leg swelling.

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Last updated on Mar 14 2012 at 12:05
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