[Differential diagnosis of edemas].

Abstract

Differential diagnosis of the various forms of edema certainly demands a wide range of experience. Up to 80% of cases can be diagnosed accurately on the basis of an exact case history and physical examination, a diagnosis which only needs to be confirmed by further tests. The rest of the cases require mechanical and laboratory tests which are, for the most… (More)

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