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Although, your hypothyroidism complicated with mengioma may increased your risk of myxedema, it is unlikely that you are experiencing myxedema at this time. The signs of angioedema can look like those of myxedema, however, given your history, it is unlikely. There is no usual reason based on complaints and history that would suggest that you have anigoedema. Though your Kidney and liver function test appear normal, I hope the a nephrologist is involved in your management. With diabetes, hypertension, in addition to hypothyroidism, all of which can interact to worsen each other, a close monitor of the symptoms is needed at this time.
Based my analysis of the issues, it's most likely that the swelling of the ankles is a complication of the effects of diabetes and hypertension on the kidney - some kidney insufficiency. The swelling right area is most likely related to the hypothyroidism, a complication called Thyroid Ophthalmopathy. I suggest that you inform you doctors of these considerations. I trust that you will do well.
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