Lymphoedema: causes, symptoms and treatment | Breast Cancer Care - Breast chest wall lymphedema
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Lymphedema is most often seen in the arms and legs, but it is possible to develop Breast and chest wall edema can also occur following these surgeries and. Lymphedema is abnormal swelling that can develop in the arm, hand, breast, or torso as a side effect of breast cancer surgery and/or radiation therapy. Other common symptoms include achiness, feelings of fullness or heaviness, puffiness or swelling, and decreased flexibility or.