Resolution of Primary Lymphedema: A Case Report

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Title: Resolution of Primary Lymphedema: A Case Report
Author: Goss, Jeremy A.; Maclellan, Reid A.; Beijnen, Usha E. A.; Greene, Arin K.

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Citation: Goss, Jeremy A., Reid A. Maclellan, Usha E. A. Beijnen, and Arin K. Greene. 2017. “Resolution of Primary Lymphedema: A Case Report.” Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open 5 (2): e1223. doi:10.1097/GOX.0000000000001223.
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Abstract: Summary: Primary lymphedema is a rare, progressive disease that typically affects the lower extremity. The condition is not curable, and the limb enlarges over time because of subcutaneous fibroadipose deposition. We present a patient with clinical and radiographical evidence of resolution of primary lymphedema. This observation may provide greater insight into the pathophysiology of the disease.
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