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Lymphedema and Compression Stocking
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May
One of the leading causes of lymphedema is LOVE, or Lymphedema Of Venous Etiology. In this article, we’ll examine how LOVE impacts patients in terms of wounds, amputations, organ damage, and chronically uncontrolled lymphedema. We'll also discuss why it’s important to take an integrated approach to lymphedema ...
Published: 30 May, 2022
25
Apr
Edema and lymphedema are separate medical diagnoses, but all edema is essentially lymphatic in nature. The medical community and patients with these conditions should know that edema is part of the lymphedema continuum. In this article, I’ll review the basics of edema and how it relates to lymphatic system overload. ...
Published: 25 April, 2022
28
Mar
New research is expanding the medical knowledge base we have for lymphedema. Have you been able to keep up with the sheer volume of new information that’s constantly being published about lymphedema?
Published: 28 March, 2022
21
Feb
Imagine improving lymphedema and lipedema symptoms through breathing and mindfulness. It might sound like wishful thinking, but these are scientifically-proven techniques that are helping people with lymphatic disorders. 
Published: 21 February, 2022
24
Jan
By Dr. Emily Iker Editor’s note: Dr. Emily Iker is the director of the Lymphedema Center in Santa Monica and has a global reputation for her expertise in lymphatic disorders. She’s also one of the co-authors of the Standard of Care for Lipedema in the United States. This is a 10-minute read. In 1940, lipedema ...
Published: 24 January, 2022
27
Dec
Any healthcare professional who works with lymphedema is familiar with the basic stages of the disease and how it typically presents in most patients. However, massive localized lymphedema is a rare form of the condition that’s far less often diagnosed.
Published: 27 December, 2021

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