By Gary M. White, MD
Glans Syndrome (GS) is the associations of generalized lymphedema with various neurologic signs.
- Report of 3 children with childhood lymphedema of all 4 limbs and face.
- Various neurologic disorders and electroencephalography abnormalities, but intellect is normal.
- Individual neurologic findings included psychomotor retardation, seizures, dyslexia, chronic headaches, daytime sleepiness, snoring and abnormal limb movements.
Lymphedema of the face (edema of eyelids) and feet (increased volume of feet, tough edema, transverse stress creases). JAAD 2015;72;333-9.
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