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Differential Diagnosis

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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor  Moderator Verified Doctor

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    What is your Differential Diagnosis ?

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    may elephantiasis
     


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    distal fracture tibiae & fibulae?
     


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    as far as i see is unilateral swelling of LL.. may be due to elephantiasis, vascular insufficiency, DVT
     


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    muscle sprain
     


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    elephantiasis...
     


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    Answer : Lower Limb Oedema for DD mostly due to fracture or dislocation
     


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