This article is about liposuction as a part of an effective treatment for lipoedema.
This study evaluated the outcome and risks of tumescence liposuction in patients with advanced lipedema or Dercum’s disease.
This is a Q&A with Dr. Stefan Rapprich about the use of liposuction for lipedema.
[Article in German] This article describes how liposuction can reduce fat bulges in patients with lipedema, as well as correct the leg axis to improve walking appearance.
This study examined whether tumescent liposuction provided lipedema patients with long-term relief, and found the procedure to be highly effective on a long-term basis.
This article provides background information about lipedema, and describes a study conducted to determine whether liposuction is a viable treatment for lipedema. The study concluded that liposuction can significantly improve the symptoms of lipedema.
This study tested the effects of a procedure called water jet-assisted liposuction (WAL) on a group of 30 lipoedema patients and found it to be a promising treatment. The study confirmed that damage to the lymph vessels can typically be avoided with the use of WAL.