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Upper limb lymphedema is a chronic medical disorder characterized by the expansion of lymphatic fluid in the arm, hand, or upper extremities. It commonly arises when the lymphatic system, liable for dehydrating extra fluid and maintaining the immune process, is unsatisfactory or harmed.  This situation can result from various reasons, including surgery, radiation therapy, infection, trauma, or congenital factors. Upper limb lymphedema can lead to swelling, discomfort, reduced mobility, and an increased risk of infections. Management strategies include compression therapy, exercise,

Our eyes are the windows to the world, nevertheless, there is always a chance of foreign body entry that can disrupt our visual experience and cause discomfort.   Whether it is dust, debris, or a tiny particle getting lodged in your eye, it can be quite uncomfortable and concerning. In this blog, lets explore some practical tips and steps to handle this emergency effectively. Stay Calm and blink: Blinking is a natural defense mechanism of our body that helps to remove the foreign

Diabetic foot is one of the most common and severe complications of diabetes, especially those who have poorly controlled sugar levels over an extended period.  The condition arises due to a combination of factors such as neuropathy (nerve damage) and peripheral arterial disease (reduced flow to the extremities). Here’s how these factors contribute to the development of diabetic foot: Neuropathy: High blood sugar levels can damage the nerves in the body, especially those in the hand and feet. This condition is known

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