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Unproven concepts needing correlation and further study in lymphoedema

Terence Ryan
14 February 2014

<p>Lymphoedema is a chronic medical condition and a range of questions remain regarding its aetiology, pathophysiology, and management. In this article, the author discusses a range of unproven concepts in lymphoedema and draws attention to some possible mechanisms. The author also produces some hypotheses on which to base some experiments.</p>

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