This study examined the necessary pneumatic compression pressure and compression timing required to reach efficient fluid and lymph flow in limbs with lymphedema.
This article explores the differential diagnoses of larger lower extremities in children who are often misdiagnosed as having lymphedema.
Several vascular surgeons in the U.K. took a survey about the management of lower limb lymphoedema and the resources available for its treatment in the U.K. Results of the survey are presented in this article.
This paper evaluates the quality of care of lymphoedema in Germany, and finds that many patients are not treated properly according to medical guidelines.
This study examined whether alteration of the pelvic lymphatic network during pelvic surgery can lead to a post-surgical syndrome including localized silent pelvic lymphedema and pelvic floor disease.
This study investigates whether a monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance (MGUS) could be a causal factor in progressive lymphedema.
This study examines the use of CT (computed tomography) scans in diagnosing lymphedema. CT may be helpful in distinguishing lymphedema from other conditions that also present as swelling in the limbs, such as venography or lymphangiography.