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Lymphovenous oedema (phlebolymphoedema): The nature and extent of the problem

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Lymphovenous oedema (phlebolymphoedema): The nature and extent of the problem

Anne Williams, Juliet Price, Justine Whitaker, Mike Ellis, Richard White
27 March 2014

While many clinicians are aware of, and recognise, overt lymphoedema, knowledge of lymphovenous disease and its ramifications is poor. Its prevalence is similar to that of leg ulceration. It requires treatment from experienced clinical teams, well versed in the diagnosis and management of the lymphovenous diathesis of lipodermatosclerosis, ulceration, cellulitis and lymphovenous oedema.

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