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Lymphedema

Lymphedema means a chronic and progressive condition characterized by the accumulation of lymphatic fluids, rich in proteins within the interstitial space.

The lymphatic system (whether it is the transport of vessels, nodes, interstites, etc. or combinations) falls below the capacity necessary to manage the load of microvascular filtrate, including plasma proteins and cells that escape from the bloodstream to end up in the interstice. The inflammation is produced by the accumulation in the extracellular space of excess water, filtered / diffused plasma proteins, extra-vascular blood cells and parenchymal / stromal cellular products. This process culminates in the proliferation of parenchymal and stromal elements with excessive deposition of extracellular matrix substances and adipose tissue.

Technologies

One of the techniques used for the treatment of lymphedema is M.P.R.F.

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