Stanley G. Rockson, MD

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  • The clinical spectrum of lymphatic disease LYMPHATIC CONTINUUM REVISITED Radhakrisihnan, K., Rockson, S. G. 2008; 1131: 155-184

    Abstract:

    Lymphatic disease is quite prevalent, and often not well clinically characterized. Beyond lymphedema, there is a broad array of human disease that directly or indirectly alters lymphatic structure and function. The symptomatic and objective presentation of these patients can be quite diverse. In this review, we have attempted to provide a systematic overview of the subjective and objective spectrum of lymphatic disease, with consideration of all of the categories of disease that primarily or secondarily impair the functional integrity of the lymphatic system. Lymphedema is discussed, along with chromosomal disorders, lymphangioma, infectious diseases, lymphangioleiomyomatosis, lipedema, heritable genetic disorders, complex vascular malformations, protein-losing enteropathy, and intestinal lymphangiectasia.

    View details for DOI 10.1196/annals.1413.015

    View details for Web of Science ID 000256902600016

    View details for PubMedID 18519969

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