Oedema is an accumulation of fluid or swelling of tissues or organs due to the increasing amount of fluid around the cells. The connective tissue, or subcutaneous tissue, is particularly susceptible to absorbing extra fluid. Oedema can be localised, for example in case of an inflammation, but it can also occur in the whole body.
Oedema can lead to various complaints or restrictions in movement. This is why it is important to use proper treatment. Oedema is an anomaly that can occur with many different diseases and the most appropriate treatment depends entirely on the cause.Frequently asked questions about oedema
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