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A 10 MINUTE SELF-CARE PROGRAM MAY REDUCE BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA: A SIX-MONTH PROSPECTIVE LONGITUDINAL COMPARATIVE STUDY

Y Arinaga, F Sato, N Piller, T Kakamu, K Kikuchi, T Ohtake, A Sakuyama, F Yotsumoto, T Hori and N Sato

2016-02-01 Volume 49 • Issue 2 • 2016 • 93-106

A HOME-BASED WEIGHT LIFTING PROGRAM FOR PATIENTS WITH ARM LYMPHEDEMA FOLLOWING BREAST CANCER TREATMENT: A PILOT AND FEASIBILITY STUDY

K Johansson, P Klernas, A Weibull and S Mattsson

2014-01-14 Volume 47 • Issue 2 • 2014 • 51-64

A NOVEL, VALIDATED METHOD TO QUANTIFY BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA (BCRL) FOLLOWING BILATERAL BREAST SURGERY

CL Miller, MC Specht, N Horick, MN Skolny, LS Jammallo, J O'Toole and AG Taghian

2013-12-05 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2013 • 64-74

ARE PRE-OPERATIVE LYMPHOSCINTIGRAMS NEEDED FOR LOCALIZATION PRIOR TO SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY?: AN AUDIT TO ENSURE SAFE PRACTICE AND TO PROVIDE ANOTHER VIEW

C Ives, L Gregg, C Trust and M Green

2018-07-02 Volume 51 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 13-17

ASSESSING LOCAL TISSUE EDEMA IN POSTMASTECTOMY LYMPHEDEMA

HN Mayrovitz

2007-08-22 Volume 40 • Issue 2 • 2007 • 87-94

ASYMMETRIES IN BREAST CANCER LATERALIZATION AND BOTH AXILLARY LYMPH NODE NUMBER AND METASTATIC INVOLVEMENT

S Dane, S Yildirim, M Koc, M Aktan and C Gundogdu

2008-08-20 Volume 41 • Issue 2 • 2008 • 75-79

AXILLARY LYMPH NODES AND ARM LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE PATHWAYS ARE SPARED DURING ROUTINE COMPLETE AXILLARY CLEARANCE IN MAJORITY OF WOMEN UNDERGOING BREAST CANCER SURGERY

A Szuba, A Chachaj, M Koba- Wszedybylb, R Hawro, R Jasinski, R Tarkowski, K Szewczyk, M Bebenek, J Forgacz, A Jodkowska, D Jedrzejuk, D Janczak, M Mrozinska, U Pilch and M Wozniewski

2011-08-20 Volume 44 • Issue 3 • 2011 • 103-112

Characterizing Axillary Web Syndrome: Ultrasonographic Efficacy

LA Koehler, DW Hunter, TC Haddad, AH Blaes, AT Hirsch and PM Ludewig

2014-04-10 Volume 47 • Issue 4 • 2014 • 156-163

COMPARING TWO TREATMENT METHODS FOR POST MASTECTOMY LYMPHEDEMA: COMPLEX DECONGESTIVE THERAPY ALONE AND IN COMBINATION WITH INTERMITTENT PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION

S Haghighat, M Lotfi-Tokaldany, M Yunesian, M.E Akbari, F Nazemi and J Weiss

2010-08-19 Volume 43 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 25-33

COMPARISON OF PEROMETRY-BASED VOLUMETRIC ARM MEASUREMENTS AND BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY FOR EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF LYMPHEDEMA IN A PROSPECTIVELY-SCREENED COHORT OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS

T.C. Gillespie, S.A. Roberts, C.L. Brunelle, L.K. Bucci, M.C. Bernstein, K.M. Daniell, G.N. Naoum, C.L. Miller and A.G. Taghian

2021-09-07 Volume 54 • Issue 1 • 2021 • 1-11

CORRELATION AMONG BIOIMPEDANCE ANALYSIS, SONOGRAPHIC AND CIRCUMFERENTIAL MEASUREMENT IN ASSESSMENT OF BREAST CANCER-RELATED ARM LYMPHEDEMA

Y-H Choi and K-S Seo

2014-01-14 Volume 47 • Issue 3 • 2014 • 123-133

CORRELATION BETWEEN BIOELECTRICAL SPECTROSCOPY AND PEROMETRY IN ASSESSMENT OF UPPER EXTREMITY SWELLING

M.S Jain, J.V Danoff and S.M Paul

2010-08-19 Volume 43 • Issue 2 • 2010 • 85-94

DEMONSTRATION OF TISSUE ALTERATIONS BY ULTRASONOGRAPHY, MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY, AND HISTOLOGY IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WITHOUT LYMPHEDEMA AFTER AXILLARY NODE DISSECTION

A Tassenoy, K Vermeiren, P van der Veen, T Stadnik, F De Ridder, E Peeters, P Van Schuerbeek, J Lamote and P Lievens

2006-08-21 Volume 39 • Issue 3 • 2006 • 118-126

DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF INTERLIMB DIFFERENCES OF ULTRASONOGRAPHIC SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS IN BREAST CANCER-RELATED ARM LYMPHEDEMA

E Giray and I Yagcl

2019-05-10 Volume 52 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 1-10

EFFECT OF COMPLEX DECONGESTIVE THERAPY ON EDEMA AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL LYMPHEDEMA

S-J Kim, C-H Yi and O-Y Kwon

2007-08-22 Volume 40 • Issue 3 • 2007 • 143-151

EFFECTS OF COMPRESSION ON LYMPHEDEMA DURING RESISTANCE EXERCISE IN WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA: A RANDOMIZED, CROSS-OVER TRIAL

B Singh, RU Newton, P Cormie, DA Galvao, B Cornish, H Reul-Hirche, C Smith, K Nosaka and SC Hayes

2015-01-27 Volume 48 • Issue 2 • 2015 • 80-92

EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE EXERCISES AND COMPLEX DECONGESTIVE THERAPY ON ARM FUNCTION AND MUSCULAR STRENGTH IN BREAST CANCER RELATED LYMPHEDEMA

J.H. Do, W. Kim, Y.K. Cho, J. Lee, E.J. Song, Y.M. Chun and J.Y. Jeon

2015-03-16 Volume 48 • Issue 4 • 2015 • 184-196

EFFICACY OF KINESIO TAPING IN EARLY STAGE BREAST CANCER ASSOCIATED LYMPHEDEMA: A RANDOMIZED SINGLE BLINDED STUDY

T. Ozsoy-Unubol, C. Sanal-Toprak, Y. Bahar-Ozdemir and G. Akyuz

2020-01-24 Volume 52 • Issue 4 • 2019 • 166-176

EFFICACY OF MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE IN PREVENTING SECONDARY LYMPHEDEMA AFTER BREAST CANCER SURGERY

A Zimmermann, M Wozniewski, A Szklarska, A Lipowicz and A Szuba

2012-08-17 Volume 45 • Issue 3 • 2012 • 103-112

EVALUATING THE RESPONSIVENESS OF THE FULLERTON ADVANCED BALANCE SCALE IN PATIENTS WITH LYMPHEDEMA SECONDARY TO BREAST CANCER SURGERY

AK Yoosefinejad, M Hadadi and P Eslamloo

2019-10-29 Volume 52 • Issue 2 • 2019 • 61-70

FACTORS AFFECTING INTERPRETATION OF TISSUE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT (TDC) IN ASSESSING BREAST CANCER TREATMENT RELATED LYMPHEDEMA (BCRL)

HN Mayrovitz, E Arzanova, S Somarriba and S Eisa

2019-10-29 Volume 52 • Issue 2 • 2019 • 92-102

HOME VOLUMETRY FORETELLS A NEW ERA OF SELF-MANAGEMENT FOR PATIENTS WITH LYMPHEDEMA AFTER BREAST CANCER

J Lette, F Lette and S Fraser

2007-08-20 Volume 40 • Issue 4 • 2007 • 185-187

IDENTIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION OF THE AXILLARY WEB SYNDROME (AWS) BY CLINICAL SIGNS, MRI AND US IMAGING

O Leduc, E Fumiere, S Banse, C Vandervorst, A Clement, T Parijs, F Wilputte, F Maquerlot, M Ezquer Echandia, A Tinlot and A Leduc

2014-04-10 Volume 47 • Issue 4 • 2014 • 164-176

IMPACT OF BODY FAT AND OBESITY ON TISSUE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT (TDC) AS A METHOD TO ASSESS BREAST CANCER TREATMENT-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA (BCRL)

H Mayrovitz

2019-05-10 Volume 52 • Issue 1 • 2019 • 18-24

IMPACT OF LYMPHEDEMA AND ARM SYMPTOMS ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

J.M Hormes, C Bryan, L.A Lytle, C.R Gross, R.L Ahmed, A.B Troxel and K.H Schmitz

2010-08-19 Volume 43 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 1-13

INFLUENCE OF COMPRESSION CYCLE TIME AND NUMBER OF SLEEVE CHAMBERS ON UPPER EXTREMITY LYMPHEDEMA VOLUME REDUCTION DURING INTERMITTENT PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION

U Pilch, M Wozniewski and A Szuba

2009-08-20 Volume 42 • Issue 1 • 2009 • 26-35

INTERMITTENT PNEUMATIC COMPRESSION ACTS SYNERGISTICALLY WITH MANUAL LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE IN COMPLEX DECONGESTIVE PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR BREAST CANCER TREATMENT-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA

G Szolnoky, B Lakatos, T Keskeny, E Varga, M Varga, A Dobozy and L Kemeny

2010-08-20 Volume 42 • Issue 4 • 2009 • 188-194

L-DEX RATIO IN DETECTING BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA: RELIABILITY, SENSITIVITY, AND SPECIFICITY

MR Fu, CM Cleland, AA Guth, M Kayal, J Haber, F Cartwright, R Kleinman, Y Kang, J Scagliola and D Axelrod

2013-12-05 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2013 • 85-96

LOCAL SKIN COOLING AS AN AID TO THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH BREAST CANCER RELATED LYMPHEDEMA AND FIBROSIS OF THE ARM OR BREAST

HN Mayrovitz and JA Yzer

2017-07-28 Volume 50 • Issue 2 • 2017 • 56-66

LOW INTENSITY RESISTANCE EXERCISE FOR BREAST CANCER PATIENTS WITH ARM LYMPHEDEMA WITH OR WITHOUT COMPRESSION SLEEVE

K Johansson, K Tibe, A Weibull and RU Newton

2005-08-22 Volume 38 • Issue 4 • 2005 • 167-180

LYMPH CIRCULATION IN THE BREAST AFTER RADIOTHERAPY AND BREAST CONSERVATION

L Perbeck, F Celebioglu, L Svensson and R Danielsson

2006-08-21 Volume 39 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 33-40

LYMPHEDEMA IN CHINA – EXPERIENCES AND PROSPECTS

N-F Liu

2007-08-20 Volume 40 • Issue 4 • 2007 • 153-156

LYMPHEDEMA SECONDARY TO BREAST CANCER: HOW CHOICE OF MEASURE INFLUENCES DIAGNOSIS, PREVALENCE, AND IDENTIFIABLE RISK FACTORS

SC Hayes, M Janda, BH Cornish, D Battistutta and B Newman

2008-08-20 Volume 41 • Issue 1 • 2008 • 18-28

METHODS FOR QUANTIFYING BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING A CONTRALATERAL PROPHYLACTIC MASTECTOMY

S.A. Roberts, C.L. Brunelle, T.C. Gillespie, A.M. Shui, K.M. Daniell, M.W. Lavoie, G.E. Naoum and A.G. Taghian

2022-01-04 Volume 54 • Issue 3 • 2021 • 113-121

MINIMAL LIMB VOLUME CHANGE HAS A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

JN Cormier, Y Xing, I Zaniletti, RL Askew, BR Stewart and JM Armer

2010-08-20 Volume 42 • Issue 4 • 2009 • 161-175

PHYSIOTHERAPY IN UPPER LIMB LYMPHEDEMA AFTER BREAST CANCER TREATMENT: A RANDOMIZED STUDY

A Bergmann, MG da Costa Leite Ferreira, SS de Aguiar, R de Almeida Dias, K de Souza Abrahao, EM Paltrinieri, RG Martinez Allende and MF Carvalho de Andrade

2014-01-14 Volume 47 • Issue 2 • 2014 • 82-91

POST-BREAST CANCER LYMPHEDEMA: INCIDENCE INCREASES FROM 12 TO 30 TO 60 MONTHS

JM Armer and BR Stewart

2010-08-19 Volume 43 • Issue 3 • 2010 • 118-127

PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF RESPONSE TO PHASE I COMPLETE DECONGESTIVE THERAPY IN UPPER EXTREMITY LYMPHEDEMA FOLLOWING BREAST CARCINOMA IN IRAN

S Haghighat, M Lotfi-Tokaldany, AA Khadem Maboudi, M Karami, A Bahadori and J Weiss

2013-12-05 Volume 46 • Issue 2 • 2013 • 97-104

PREVALENCE OF UPPER-BODY SYMPTOMS FOLLOWING BREAST CANCER AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH UPPER-BODY FUNCTION AND LYMPHEDEMA

SC Hayes, S Rye, D Battistutta and B Newman

2010-08-19 Volume 43 • Issue 4 • 2010 • 178-187

PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF A PREVENTION PROTOCOL FOR LYMPHEDEMA FOLLOWING SURGERY FOR BREAST CANCER

F Boccardo, F Ansaldi, C Bellini, S Accogli, G Taddei, G Murdaca, CC Campisi, G Villa, G Icardi, P Durando, F Puppo and C Campisi

2009-08-20 Volume 42 • Issue 1 • 2009 • 1-9

QUALITY-OF-LIFE AND BODY IMAGE IMPAIRMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH LYMPHEDEMA

G Jager, W Doller and R Roth

2006-08-21 Volume 39 • Issue 4 • 2006 • 193-200

QUALITY OF LIFE AND LYMPHEDEMA FOLLOWING BREAST CANCER

SP Heiney, J McWayne, JE Cunningham, LJ Hazlett, RS Parrish, LH Bryant, C Vitoc and K Jansen

2007-08-20 Volume 40 • Issue 4 • 2007 • 177-184

QUALITY OF LIFE FOLLOWING LIPOSUCTION AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF ARM LYMPHEDEMA

H Brorson, K Ohlin, G Olsson, G Langstrom, I Wiklund and H Svensson

2006-08-21 Volume 39 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 8-25

QUALITY OF LIFE IN BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS: AN ASSESSMENT OF INTERNATIONAL BREAST CANCER DRAGON BOAT RACERS

L Koehler, S Rosenberg, J Cater, K Mikolajczyk, A Moran, C Metz and S Monson

2021-04-19 Volume 53 • Issue 4 • 2020 • 195-203

SUPERMICROSURGICAL LYMPHATICOVENULAR ANASTOMOSIS FOR A BREAST LYMPHEDEMA SECONDARY TO VASCULARIZED AXILLARY LYMPH NODE FLAP TRANSFER

T Yamamoto, N Yamamoto and G Giacalone

2016-02-21 Volume 49 • Issue 3 • 2016 • 128-132

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF EXTRACORPOREAL SHOCK WAVE THERAPY ON BREAST CANCER-RELATED LYMPHEDEMA: A LITERATURE REVIEW

S Miccinilli, M Bravi, M Maselli, F Santacaterina, M Morrone, D Manco, R Toglia, S Sterzi and F Bressi

2021-01-19 Volume 53 • Issue 3 • 2020 • 118-135

THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT COMPRESSION PRESSURE IN THERAPY OF SECONDARY UPPER EXTREMITY LYMPHEDEMA IN WOMEN AFTER BREAST CANCER SURGERY

M Karafa, A Karafova and A Szuba

2018-07-02 Volume 51 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 28-37

THE EFFECTS OF SYMPTOMATIC SEROMA ON LYMPHEDEMA SYMPTOMS FOLLOWING BREAST CANCER TREATMENT

MR Fu, AA Guth, CM Cleland, EDRP Lima, M Kayal, J Haber, L Gallup and D Axelrod

2011-08-20 Volume 44 • Issue 3 • 2011 • 134-143

THE USE OF BIOIMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY TO MONITOR THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION IN PATIENTS TREATED FOR BREAST CANCER RELATED LYMPHEDEMA

C Shah, F Vicini, P Beitsch, A Laidley, B Anglin, SH Ridner and M Lyden

2013-08-12 Volume 46 • Issue 4 • 2013 • 184-192

TISSUE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT RATIOS AS A METHOD TO CHARACTERIZE TRUNCAL LYMPHEDEMA

HN Mayrovitz and DN Weingrad

2018-11-20 Volume 51 • Issue 3 • 2018 • 125-131

TISSUE DIELECTRIC CONSTANT (TDC) MEASUREMENTS AS A MEANS OF CHARACTERIZING LOCALIZED TISSUE WATER IN ARMS OF WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT BREAST CANCER TREATMENT RELATED LYMPHEDEMA

HN Mayrovitz, DN Weingrad and S Davey

2014-01-14 Volume 47 • Issue 3 • 2014 • 142-150

UPPER LIMB LYMPHEDEMA 27 (ULL27): DUTCH TRANSLATION AND VALIDATION OF AN ILLNESS-SPECIFIC HEALTH-RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR PATIENTS WITH UPPER LIMB LYMPHEDEMA

PB Viehoff, FR van Genderen and H Wittink

2008-08-20 Volume 41 • Issue 3 • 2008 • 131-138