Lipedema of the legs; a syndrome characterized by fat legs and edema.

@article{Wold1951LipedemaOT,
  title={Lipedema of the legs; a syndrome characterized by fat legs and edema.},
  author={Lester E. Wold and Edgar A. Hines and Edgar V. Allen},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={1951},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={
          1243-50
        }
}
Excerpt There is little in the literature on abnormal localized depositions of body fat to clarify the syndrome of lipedema of the legs which two of us (E. V. A. and E. A. H.) described in 1940.1Co... 

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