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Can you have edema without swelling? Can a feeling of tightness and burning in the hands and feet without seeking be caused by this?

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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry
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In brief: Edema

by definition is swelling…the second half of the sentence needs to be risked as it doesn't make sense.
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In brief: Edema

by definition is swelling…the second half of the sentence needs to be risked as it doesn't make sense.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Dr. Scott Keith
Podiatry

In brief: Edematous Swelling

These conditions are only one of many conditions that can be responsible for tightness and burning in the hands and feet. For consideration are neuropathies and vasospastic disorders. You best bet is to be examined by specialist, namely a rheumatologist or neurologist.

In brief: Edematous Swelling

These conditions are only one of many conditions that can be responsible for tightness and burning in the hands and feet. For consideration are neuropathies and vasospastic disorders. You best bet is to be examined by specialist, namely a rheumatologist or neurologist.
Dr. Scott Keith
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