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lymphatic

[lim′fad·ik]
(anatomy)
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Lymphatic filariasis is a parasitic disease that is transmitted to humans by the bite of a mosquito.
On the basis of lymphatic mapping under FN guidance (in vivo probing), PLND was performed, focusing on the external iliac, obturator and internal iliac regions.
The method we propose is innovative and effective, specifically targeting deep lymphatic channels, nodal complexes, and other congested areas.
Secondary lymphoedema is the result of damage to the lymphatic pathways which may have been caused by treatment for cancer, surgery or radiotherapy, or due to infection, injury, burns or other trauma affecting the lymphatic system.
Only infrequently do lymphatic, venous, and mixed lymphovenous malformations make their first clinical presentation during adulthood.
A large portion of the lymphatic network lies above the muscles and just beneath the skin.
Report of a WHO Informal Consultation on epidemiologic approaches to lymphatic filariasis elimination: Initial assessment, monitoring and certification.
If you happen to have Candida albicans, fibromyalgia, or any circulatory disease, a clogged lymphatic system could be one reason why.
manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is a therapy designed to improve the functioning of the lymphatic system.
Secondary Lymphoedema occurs when the lymphatic system is damaged by surgery and/or radiotherapy (as in cancer treatment), or as a result of infection, severe injury, burns, or trauma.