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Oedeem, voeten

  • S. O. Hobma
  • P. J. M. J. Bessems
  • E. J. P. Lamfers
  • M. M. J. Schuurmans

Dikke voeten en onderbenen worden meestal veroorzaakt door oedeem. Daarnaast kunnen diverse lokale afwijkingen zwelling van voeten of onderbenen veroorzaken, zoals bijvoorbeeld een enkeldistorsie, een Baker-cyste, een hematoom na een zweepslag of fractuur, of ontstekingen als cellulitis, erysipelas of jicht.1 Omdat de zwelling door lokale afwijkingen eenvoudig van oedeem te onderscheiden is en omdat pijn meestal de reden is waarom deze patiënten op het spreekuur komen, worden deze afwijkingen in dit hoofdstuk niet besproken.2 Oedeem kan alleen aan één of beide benen voorkomen, of gegeneraliseerd zijn. De ziekten en afwijkingen die oedeem veroorzaken kunnen locoregionaal of systemisch zijn.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. O. Hobma
    • 1
  • P. J. M. J. Bessems
    • 2
  • E. J. P. Lamfers
    • 3
  • M. M. J. Schuurmans
    • 4
  1. 1.afdeling HuisartsgeneeskundeUniversiteit MaastrichtMaastricht
  2. 2.Maaslandziekenhuis SittardSittard
  3. 3.Canisius Wilhelmina ZiekenhuisNijmegen
  4. 4.Canisius Wilhelmina ZiekenhuisNijmegen

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