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Lymphedema Clinical Trials

A listing of Lymphedema medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (57) clinical trials

Supermicrosurgery for Breast Cancer Survivors With Lymphedema.

This is a randomized study comparing lymphovenous anastomosis versus conservative (compression) treatment for lymphoedema after breast cancer surgery - 50 patients to be included in each study arm. The primary endpoint is volume change measured by submersion and changes in arm circumference at defined levels from the wrist. Secondary endpoint ...

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Self-Care for Head and Neck Cancer Survivors With Lymphedema and Fibrosis

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES: I. To complete development of a self-care program focusing on lymphedema and fibrosis (LEF) in head and neck cancer (HNC) survivors (LEF-self-care program [SCP]) with the goal of improving LEF associated outcomes when compared to usual care alone. (Stage I) II. To determine the feasibility of a program ...

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Lymphatic Function in Patients Who Have Undergone Breast Cancer Treatment

Aim The overall aim of this study is to examine the baseline lymphatic function and anatomy in women who have undergone and completed treatment for breast cancer. Comparison will be made between: The treated arm and the untreated arm in the patient. The treated arm in patients who did not ...

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Presentation of First Time Attenders at Lymphedema Clinics

One of the most challenging morbidities after breast cancer treatment is lymphedema. Approximately 20% of women treated for breast cancer with axillary lymph node dissection will be diagnosed with lymphedema. Pre- and post-operatively, women are informed about changes suggestive of lymphedema and guided about seeking further assessment. The investigators presume ...

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A Registry to Evaluate the Flexitouch System and Flexitouch Plus for Treatment of Head and Neck Lymphedema

The objective of this registry is to evaluate the long term effectiveness of the Flexitouch System and Flexitouch Plus in those with head and neck lymphedema. This outcome data will include information regarding each subject's medical history, symptoms, quality of life, pain, range of motion (ROM), swelling, ease of use, ...

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Integrated Mapping of Skin-presenting Neglected Tropical Diseases in Liberia

Innovative and intensified disease management (IDM) includes a range of different interventions - ranging from medicine to surgery - to relieve the symptoms and consequences of a group of neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) for which effective tools are scarce or where the widespread use of existing tools is limited. The ...

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Low-Level Laser in Treatment of Head and Neck Lymphedema: A Pilot Study

Primary aim: To determine the feasibility of the use of LLLT for HNC survivors with lymphedema, specifically to 1) obtain recruitment estimates and determine barriers to recruitment; 2) identify barriers to implementation; 3) assess safety; and 4) evaluate patient satisfaction.

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A Comparison of Local Infiltration Analgesia and Pecs Block for Analgesia in Mastectomy With Axillary Dissection - an Equivalence Study

Total breast removal with armpit dissection may be a painful surgery. Pectoral nerve block (Pecs block) is common pain relief method used to reduce pain after breast surgery. The Pecs block is a pain relief method technique at targeted body part. The Pecs block numbs nerves which supply sensation to ...

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Clinical Study With Lymfactin in the Treatment of Patients With Secondary Lymphedema (AdeLE)

This is a Phase II, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multi-centre clinical study, in which 40 patients with breast cancer associated secondary lymphedema will be randomized 1:1 either to Lymfactin (1 x 10E11 viral particles, vp) or placebo (0.9% physiological saline) group. The study product (Lymfactin or placebo solution) will be administered as ...


Preventing Lymphedema in Axillary Lymph Node Dissection

All subjects will undergo an axillary lymph node dissection (ALND). Cluster randomization will determine which of these subjects will have the ARM with LVB and which subjects will have the ALND without this technique. As a baseline, all subjects will have the circumference of their arms measured and complete a ...

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