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Clinical innovations: lymphoedema management

Malou Zanten, Neil Piller
22 September 2016

<p class="p1">With regards to recent advances in imaging and surgical approaches, what is new in the lymphoedema world? What has been proven through clinical trials and which of this evidence/information is translatable into clinical practice? What needs to be done and what seems to work in the clinic, but does not have solid evidence behind it? Do we have to be ‘innovative’ or do we stay more traditional? This article looks at innovations in lymphoedema management over the past decade, while attempting to debunk some myths in this sphere.</p>n<p> </p>

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