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Cast after surgery on broken wrist in lymphedema arm

i have lymphedema in right arm and i have just broken that wrist. the surgeon may recommend a plate. what precautions should i take and what kind of cast or brace is best for afterwards. i had to insist that a total plaster cast not be put on in the er. thank you!! Cheska

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