Three-dimensional camera system for measuring arm volume in women with lymphedema following breast cancer treatment.

@article{Ohberg2014ThreedimensionalCS,
  title={Three-dimensional camera system for measuring arm volume in women with lymphedema following breast cancer treatment.},
  author={Fredrik Ohberg and Adam Zachrisson and {\AA}sa Holmner-Rockl{\"o}v},
  journal={Lymphatic research and biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={267-74}
}
BACKGROUND Lymphedema is a common complication following breast cancer treatment, estimated to affect 20% of breast cancer survivors. The condition is associated with a number of symptoms, such as impaired range of motion and anxiety. A wide range of methods for determining the volume of the lymphedematous arm have been described. Circumference measurement (CM) is commonly used in clinics to appraise arm volume, while water displacement (WD) is often used in studies. The aim of the study was to… CONTINUE READING