Last updated on April 2017

Response to Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Therapy in Head and Neck Cancer-related Lymphedema


Brief description of study

Assessment of lymphatic structure and function pre- and post- treatment and during recovery in head and neck cancer related lymphedema patients using NIR fluorescence lymphatic imaging: Response to ICD therapy in HNC Patients.

Detailed Study Description

A non-randomized, non-blinded, single site pilot study designed to assess whether near-infrared fluorescence imaging can report on the efficacy of a pneumatic compression device to move lymph in head and neck cancer survivors with resulting head and neck lymphedema.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02946021

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Eva Sevick, PhD

UT Health Science Center at Houston
Houston, TX United States
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