Tuesday, May 24, 2016

OurHealth Richmond May 2016click here for the latest digital edition of OurHealth magazine

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  • New Procedure Can Eliminate Lymphedema’s Debilitating Symptoms New Procedure Can Eliminate Lymphedema’s Debilitating Symptoms
    Lymph node transfer surgery replaces nodes removed during breast cancer treatment. Lymph node transfer surgery is a relatively new procedure in the U.S. that is helping breast cancer survivors improve their quality of life by alleviating the painful, debilitating symptoms associated with lymphedema. According to Matthew G. Stanwix, MD, with Richmond Plastic Surgeons, lymphedema is a swelling of the extremities — primarily the arm in the case of breast cancer — that results after lymph nodes are removed for cancer surveillance or because of the presence of cancer-causing agents. Lymph nodes process and move lymphatic fluid through lymphatic channels. When…
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