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    • Combined Lymphedema and Capillary Malformation of the Lower Extremity 

      Maclellan, Reid A.; Chaudry, Gulraiz; Greene, Arin K. (Wolters Kluwer Health, 2016)
      Background: Primary lymphedema and capillary malformation are independent vascular malformations that can cause overgrowth of the lower extremity. We report a series of patients who had both types of malformations affecting ...
    • Obesity-induced Lymphedema Nonreversible following Massive Weight Loss 

      Greene, Arin K.; Grant, Frederick D.; Maclellan, Reid A. (Wolters Kluwer Health, 2015)
      Summary: Lymphedema is the progressive enlargement of tissue due to inadequate lymphatic function. Obesity-induced lymphedema of the lower extremities can occur once a patient’s body mass index (BMI) exceeds 50. We report ...
    • Obesity-induced Upper Extremity Lymphedema 

      Greene, Arin K.; Maclellan, Reid A. (Wolters Kluwer Health, 2013)
      Summary: Obesity increases the risk of upper extremity lymphedema following treatment for breast cancer and can cause lower extremity lymphatic dysfunction in extremely obese individuals. We report the first patient with ...