This article describes the case of one lady who underwent liposuction surgery and how the procedure successfully decreased her agonizing swollen leg.
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.
Written by the National Lymphedema Network (NLM) Medical Advisory Committee, this article discusses various tests for diagnosing lymphedema and different treatment options available.
This manual for lymphoedema management describes various treatment options, and is a resource for people with lymphoedema seeking guidance and education about their condition.
This is a comprehensive guide providing important information about lymphoedema. Topics covered include the lymphatic system, chronic oedema, various stages of lymphedema, skin changes, infections, and various types of treatment options available for lymphoedema.
This article focuses on the pathological attributes of lymphedema, including inflammation, fat deposition, and fibrosis.
This study tested two different combination treatment modalities for breast cancer-related lymphedema: complex decongestive therapy compared to a combination of intermittent pneumatic compression (IPC) and self-lymphatic drainage (SLD).
This article describes various diagnostic methods for differentiating lipedema from other causes of swollen legs, including lymphedema and obesity.
This article reviews the existing literature regarding epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and management strategies for lipedema.
This research study uses echocardiography to compare the aortic stiffness of lipedema patients with that of healthy controls..