Claire Ketterer

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Surgical options for treating lymphedema have expanded in recent years. For many years the only treatment options were conservative nonsurgical therapies and excisional surgeries. Advances in microsurgery have made it possible to reconstruct lymphatic function. Reconstructive surgical options include lymphaticovenular bypass, lymphaticolymphatic bypass, and(More)
Phlegmasia cerulea dolens is an uncommon sequela of severe deep venous thrombosis of the lower extremities. Characterized by massive edema, arterial and venous compromise, and threats to limb and life, this clinical entity is a clear indication for thrombolytic therapy. We report an innovative approach to conventional thrombolysis via a lesser saphenous(More)
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