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Immediate Breast Reconstruction With Transverse Latissimus Dorsi Flap Does Not Affect the Short-term Recovery of Shoulder Range of Motion After Mastectomy
Immediate breast reconstruction, depending on the surgical strategy, can result in anatomic modifications that may affect the shoulder apparatus. This study compares the recovery of shoulder range ofExpand
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Implications of a Postoperative Rehabilitation Program on Quality of Life in Women with Primary Breast Cancer Treated with Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy or Complete Axillary Lymph Node Dissection
BackgroundThe aim of this clinical study was to evaluate quality of life (QoL) in early-stage breast cancer patients and to investigate the effects of a comprehensive rehabilitation program comparingExpand
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Manual lymphatic drainage and multilayer compression therapy for vulvar edema: a case series
Abstract Background and objective: Vulvar edema is a condition rarely reported and without defined treatment that may result in functional limitation. The aim of the report is to describe a caseExpand
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Manual lymphatic drainage versus exercise in the early postoperative period for breast cancer
Abstract Objective: To compare the effect of active exercise and manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) on postoperative wound healing complications, shoulder range of motion (ROM) and upper limb (UL)Expand
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Depression, anxiety, and stress in women with urinary incontinence with or without myofascial dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles: A cross‐sectional study
To compare the prevalence of psychological symptoms (depression, anxiety, and stress) in women with urinary incontinence (UI), according to the presence or absence of myofascial dysfunction (MD) inExpand