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The purpose of this study is to validate the use of LymphaTech's Hand-Held Mobile 3D Scanning to obtain volumetric measurements in order to stage disease severity in patients diagnosed with lymphedema, and also serve as an imaging biomarker for microsurgical treatment response.
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The purpose of this study is to determine if ultrasound surface wave elastography (USWE) produces different recording patterns in healthy and lymphadematous limbs, to establish the relationship between USWE recording values and stages of lymphedema, and to understand the correlation between USWE lymphedema evaluation and other tracking modalities.
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Jacksonville, FL, Rochester, MN
The researchers are trying to answer if axillary reverse mapping (ARM) with lympho-venous bypass (LVB) in patients undergoing an axillary lymph node dissection reduces the rate and severity of post-operative lymphedema of the arm.
The purpose of this study will be collection of standard and routinely obtained data specifically in the preoperative evaluation; operative room, postoperative/hospitalization period, and long term follow from the electronic medical record.
The purpose of this study is to validate the use of a lymphatic imaging protocol to stage disease severity in patients with lymphedema and serve as a biomarker for microsurgical treatment response.
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