This article discusses all of the aspects of the liposuction procedure and future advancements.
This article is a case study of a 20-year-old woman who had lipedema but was misdiagnosed with lymphedema instead.
A team of Israeli scientists at the Weizmann Institute managed to grow lymphatic cells in the lab for the first time ever.
This poster presents an overview of systemic enzyme support, which is a process that uses enzymes to assist the bodys various regulatory and communication systems. Information about inflammation is included, as well as how systemic enzyme support can be used to reduce pain, swelling, inflammation, edema and lymphedema
This article aims to describe the condition of lipoedema, how to recognise/diagnose it, current treatment options and the findings of a 240-patient survey carried out by Lipoedema UK in 2013 that included documenting the difficulties for patients in obtaining a diagnosis as well as the mental and physical effects of the condition.
This article is about liposuction as a part of an effective treatment for lipoedema.
This poster presents information about systemic enzyme support, which is a process that uses enzymes to assist the bodys various regulatory and communication systems. Sections include information about systemsystemic enzyme formulation functions, formula composition, inflammation mediators, clinical applications of systemic enzyme support, and therapeutic dosages.
This article provides all necessary information regarding lymphoscintigraphy, a medical imaging technique used to capture images of the lympathic system.
Written by the National Lymphedema Network (NLM) Medical Advisory Committee, this article discusses various tests for diagnosing lymphedema and different treatment options available.
After an American Cancer Society Workshop and Conference on Lymphedema in 1998, this article was written to summarize the anatomy, physiology, detection, and treatment of lymphedema known at that time.