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The toes become red or purple, itchy and swollen, symptoms that can last for weeks, experts say.
Six days later, swollen rivers flowing south from Wisconsin crested at record heights.
The attack left her with swollen fingers and a bloodied arm.
The incubator light illuminated an infant’s swollen, discolored belly.
His swollen abdomen prevented staff from administering chest compressions.
Her symptoms worsened over time and included severe pain, nausea, sensitivity to light, swollen hands, difficulty speaking, vomiting and diarrhea so intense she often wound up dehydrated in the emergency room.
A huge piece of black court plaister hid the wound on his swollen lip, a cup of tisane stood upon the table.
He had nearly bitten his swollen tongue in two falling over an unseen peat-cutting, and blood-flecked foam gathered on his lips.
But her bare and swollen feet caused her such pain that she fell on her knees, sobbing most pitifully.
HONEY-BEEANATOLE FRANCE
He crossed the Tyne at Haltwhistle fords, losing many men in the swollen river.

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