Facial swelling is the build-up of fluid in the tissues of the face. Swelling may also affect the neck and upper arms.
Puffy face; Swelling of the face; Moon face; Facial edema
If the facial swelling is mild, it may be hard to detect. To assist the health care provider in diagnosing the cause, it is important to note the following:
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