Microlymphatic aneurysms in patients with lipedema.

@article{AmannVesti2001MicrolymphaticAI,
  title={Microlymphatic aneurysms in patients with lipedema.},
  author={Beatrice Ruth Amann-Vesti and Ulrich K. Franzeck and Alfred K Bollinger},
  journal={Lymphology},
  year={2001},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          170-5
        }
}
"Lipedema," a special form of obesity syndrome, represents swelling of the legs due to an increase of subcutaneous adipose tissue. In 12 patients with lipedema of the legs and in 12 healthy subjects (controls), fluorescence microlymphography was performed to visualize the lymphatic capillary network at the dorsum of the foot, at the medial ankle, and at the thigh. Microaneurysm of a lymphatic capillary was defined as a segment exceeding at least twice the minimal individual diameter of the… CONTINUE READING
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