Links & Resources

National Lymphedema Network (NLN)

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Lymphedema: classification, diagnosis and therapy
Andrzej Szuba and Stanley G. Rockson 
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Lymphedema management
Seminars in Radiation Oncology, Volume 13, Issue 3, July 2003, Pages 290-301
Andrea L Cheville, Charles L McGarvey, Jeanne A Petrek, Sandra A Russo, Marie E Taylor, Saskia R.J Thiadens
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Acquired Lyphedema: Chart Review of Nine Women's Responses to Intervention
Barbara Dennis 
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A clinical report on the use of three external pneumatic compression devices in the management of Lymphedema in a Pediatric population
Aileen McLeod, Dina Brooks, Janet Hale, William K. Lindsay, Ronald M. Zuker, Hugh G. Thomson 
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Coagulation factor V gene mutation associated with activated protein C resistance leading to recurrent Thrombosis, leg Ulcers, and Lymphedema: Successful treatment with intermittent compression
Dominik Peus, MD, Sherko Schmiedeberg, MD, Andreas Pier, MD, Rudeger E. Sharf, MD, Artur Wehmeiier, MD, Thomas Ruzicka, MD, and Jean Krutmann, MD 
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Compression therapy
Michelle Choucair, MD, Tania J. Phillips, MD 
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Effects of treatment with an elastic sleeve and intermittent pneumatic compression in post-mastectomy patients with lymphedema of the arm
Iwana Swedberg 
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Effects of intermittent compression treatment on skin perfusion and oxygenation in lower legs with venous ulcers
P.J. Kolari and K.Pekanmaki 
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Managing venous leg ulcers
Julia Cornwall 
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Intermittent compression for lymphedema of arm
T.J. McNair, L.J. Martin, J.D. Orr 
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Intermittent pneumatic compression improves venous ulcer healing
Joseph M. McCullock, Keven C. Marier, Marvin B. Neal, Travis J. Phifer 
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Intermittent pneumatic compression treatment for post-thrombotic leg ulcers
K. Pekanmaki, P.J. Kolari, U. Khstala 
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Intermittent sequential compression therapy in lower limb disorders
Marion Moody 
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Long-term results of compression treatment for lymphedema
Christos J.Pappas, Thomas F. O'Donnell, Jr. 
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Best practices for the prevention and treatment of Venous Leg Ulcers
Brian Kunimoto, Maureen Cooling, Wayne Gulliver, Pamela Houghton, Heather Orsted, R. Gary Sibbald 
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Lymphedema following the surgical treatment of breast cancer: A review of pathophysiology and treatment
Michael J. Brennan, MD 
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The "Lympha-Press" intermittent sequential pneumatic device for the treatment of lymphedema
A. Zeltkovski, MD, M. Haddad, MD, R. Reiss, MD 
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Overview of treatment options and review of the current role and use of compression garments, intermittent pumps, and excercise in the management of lymphedema
Michael J. Brennan, MD, Linda T. Miller, PT 
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Selection of patients with lymphedema for compression therapy
Jeffrey K. Raines, Thomas F. O'Donnell, Jr., Lester Kalisher, R. Clement Darling 
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Sequential compression to treat lymphedema 
Elizabeth Hopkins 
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Sequential pneumatic compression for lymphedema
David M. Richmond, MD, Thomas, F. O'Donnell, Jr., MD, Avigdor Zelikovski, MD 
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Systematic review of compression treatment for venous leg ulcers
Allison Fletcher, Nicky Cullum, Trevor A. Sheldon 
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Upper extremity edema control: Rational of the techniques
Sridhar V. Vasudevan, John L. Melvin 
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Use of intermittent pneumatic compression device in venous ulcer disease
Lt. Col. Doris J. Allsup 
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Venous ulcers
Ana P. Lopez, MD, Tania J. Phillips, MD 
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