Regarding Lymph Vessel Abnormalities?
.. I want to ask .. What is lymphatic vein information ?? Excessive veins that interfere with the work of the lymph system or what? Thank you in advance..
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Malformation is a deformity of a tissue which is a congenital defect so that the tissue cannot function as normal or cause damage to occur easily. Many forms of malformations, one of which is vascular malformation that occurs in blood vessels (arteries and veins) and lymph vessels. Arterial blood vessels are blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to be spread throughout the body. While veins are blood vessels that carry blood to the heart. Meanwhile, lymph vessels are the flow of lymph fluid or lymph fluid that carries excess fluid in the tissues to be delivered to the bloodstream.
There are many types of vascular malformations, which can occur in each of the vessels, arteries and veins together and a mixture of these three vessels. Clinical that occurs in each form of malformation varies greatly, depending on the location of the malformation that occurs. For example in leg vein malformations, it can cause disruption of blood flow behind the legs so that the feet become swollen or bleeding occurs. Another example, in lymphatic malformations, will cause fluid dams in the tissues. Another example, in arteriovenous malformations in the brain will cause brain hemorrhage to occur easily. For more details, what happens to venous and lymphatic malformations experienced by you or your family, you should ask your doctor directly.
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