This article is a case study of a 20-year-old woman who had lipedema but was misdiagnosed with lymphedema instead.
This article provides all necessary information regarding lymphoscintigraphy, a medical imaging technique used to capture images of the lympathic system.
This article announces the news that scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine came up with a blood test that can accurately detect lymphedema.
This article reviews the existing literature regarding epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and management strategies for lipedema.
This article describes various diagnostic methods for differentiating lipedema from other causes of swollen legs, including lymphedema and obesity.
This article explores the differential diagnoses of larger lower extremities in children who are often misdiagnosed as having lymphedema.
This study evaluated the accuracy of computed tomography (CT) scans in distinguishing lymphedema from deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and lipodystrophy (lipedema).
This study used MRI lymphangiography to examine the lymphatic system structure of lipedema and lipo-lymphedema patients.
This article describes the case of a woman with lipoedema misdiagnosed with lymphoedema for many years. The article highlights the importance of early recognition to facilitate specialist care and provide appropriate treament for lipedema.
This article explains how cellulite may contribute to an increase in the perimetry of the legs and abdomen for lipedema patients, and describes how stimulating the lymphatic system may reduce these effects.