Treatment of recurrent inguinal lymphocele by lymphatic leakage mapping and subsequent ligation of lymphatic vessel endings: a case report.

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BACKGROUND Different approaches have been attempted in both prophylaxis and treatment of recurrent inguinal lymphoceles; however, to date none have been consistently effective. We hereby report our preliminary experience with mapping of the lymphatic leakage followed by ligation of these mapped vessels for resolution of a recurrent inguinal lymphocele… (More)

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@article{Lavie2002TreatmentOR, title={Treatment of recurrent inguinal lymphocele by lymphatic leakage mapping and subsequent ligation of lymphatic vessel endings: a case report.}, author={Ofer Lavie and Ron Karmeli and Roy Z Mansano and Moshe Hallak and Jacob Bornstein and Haim Abramovici}, journal={Gynecologic oncology}, year={2002}, volume={84 1}, pages={155-6} }