Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 2nd, 2010
"Lymphedema was defined as an increase of 10% in the circumference of the arm on the involved side compared to the opposite arm. The total number of patients participating in this study was 355. The prevalence of lymphedema in the study patients was 17.5%, with the rate varying significantly (between 4 and 21%) among the...
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