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    If a horse has swelling (lymphoedema) following...

    If a horse has swelling (lymphoedema) following lymphangitis, this should be reduced with combined decongestive therapy before applying any form of compression garment, as it says on the EquiCrown...
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    Hi, cellulitis is inflammation of the skin and...

    Hi, cellulitis is inflammation of the skin and subcutaneous tissues, lymphangitis is inflammation of the lymphatic vessels, a superficial network of which lie in the tissues affected by cellulitis, ...
  3. Hi, nice to hear of an older horse with this...

    Hi, nice to hear of an older horse with this condition doing well and being cared for appropriately.

    A lot of horses with lymphoedema don't show signs of pain or lameness, despite the appearance...
  4. sporadic lymphangitis, lymphoedema

    I work with horses with lymphoedema, the chronic swelling which can result from lymphangitis, and am aware of how much confusion there is about this condition, not just with owners but vets too. ...
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