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Primary Congenital Lymphedema

Mrhac, Lubomir, MD*; Bukovansky, Kamil, MD*; Kafkova, Jana, MD; Kraft, Otakar, MD*

doi: 10.1097/RLU.0000000000002138
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We present the case of a 26-year-old man with congenital primary lymphedema. A lymphedema of the right upper limb appeared at the age of 2 years, followed by edemas of the right lower limb and of the right part of the head and neck. A lymphedema of the left lower limb began 5 years ago, and finally an edema of the external genitalia began 2 years ago. Lymphoscintigraphy of the lower limbs and pelvic/abdominal region (including SPECT/ldCT) revealed interesting abnormalities.

From the *Clinic of Nuclear Medicine, Faculty Hospital Ostrava, Ostrava; and

DL Centrum s.r.o., Prerov, Czech Republic.

Received for publication January 18, 2018; revision accepted April 11, 2018.

Conflicts of interest and sources of funding: none declared.

Correspondence to: Lubomir Mrhac, MD, Clinic of Nuclear Medicine, Faculty Hospital Ostrava, Tr. 17. Listopadu 1790, Ostrava, Poruba, 708 52, Czech Republic. E-mail: l.mrhac@volny.cz.

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