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Joachim Zuther, Lymphedema Specialist. Read more
Lohmann Rauscher
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Efficacy of Manual Lymph Drainage in preventing Secondary Lymphedema following Breast Cancer Surgery

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The results reported in a recent study published in the Journal of Lymphology1 emphasized the significant effect of Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) in preventing the onset of secondary lymphedema of the upper extremity on the operated side following breast cancer surgery. The study showed that prophylactic application of MLD administered immediately following breast cancer . . . → Read More: Efficacy of Manual Lymph Drainage in preventing Secondary Lymphedema following Breast Cancer Surgery

Lymphedema Affecting the Breast and Trunk

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Lymphedema affecting the chest, breast and posterior thorax, also known as trunkal lymphedema, is a common problem following breast cancer surgery, but is often difficult to diagnose, especially if the patient does not also present with lymphedema of the arm, or it may be dismissed as a side-effect of  breast cancer surgery, which . . . → Read More: Lymphedema Affecting the Breast and Trunk