100 Questions & Answers About Lymphedema
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Nov 15, 2010 - Medical - 182 pages
100 Questions & Answers About Lymphedema provides clear, straightforward answers to your questions about lymphedema. Whether it is you or a loved one suffering from this challenging condition, this book offers help! Written by three experts in the field, with insider tips from actual patients, this practical, easy-to-read guide shows you and your family how to cope with symptoms, where to get the best treatment, what medications are available for your condition, and much more. An indispensible quick reference for anyone facing lymphedema.
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PART ONEThe Basics
PART TWORisk Factors for Lymphedema
PART THREEDiagnosis and Differential Diagnosis
PART FOURTreatment of Lymphedema
PART FIVELifelong Commitment to Managing Lymphedema
PART SIXPsychosocial Issues
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