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Maureen McBeth, MPT, CLT-LANA
Forever Fit PT
Eva M. Sevick-Muraca, Ph.D.
Professor and Director, Center for Molecular Imaging
Kinder Distinguished Chair of Cardiovascular Research The University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston
Michael Vasquez, MD, FACS, RVT
Vascular and General Surgeon, The Venous Institute of Buffalo Inc.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery
University of New York at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York, USA
CVI Lymphatic Dysfunction: Today’s Evidence for Optimizing Treatment
Perspectives on how chronic venous insufficiency drives lymphatic dysfunction, a review of recent evidence on treating venous reflux and phlebolymphedema, and a case presentation.
Karen L. Herbst, PhD, MD
Director TREAT Program
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Dr. Steve Elias
VEIN Magazine podcast with Dr. Steve Elias
In this episode from VEIN Magazine podcast, Dr. Steve Elias is joined by vascular specialists Dr. Thomas Maldonado from NYU Langone Medical Center, Dr. Peter Pappas from Center for Vein Restoration, and Dr. Thom Rooke from Mayo Clinic to discuss lymphedema and the emerging concept of phlebolymphedema. How does a trained eye detect lymphedema when it mimics everything else? What is phlebolymphedema and why is it on the rise?
Stanley G. Rockson, MD
ALLAN AND TINA NEILL PROFESSOR OF LYMPHATIC RESEARCH AND MEDICINE
Jay Radhakrishnan, MD, RVT, RPVI
THE VEIN DOCTORS
Karen L Herbst, PHD, MD
Director TREAT Program
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, TUCSON
Vinay Satwah, DO, RPVI
MEDICAL DIRECTOR, THE CENTER FOR VASCULAR MEDICINE; THE CENTER FOR VEIN RESTORATION
Zoe Deol, MD, FACS
Assistant Clinical Professor, Michigan State University; Regional Medical Director and Endovenous Surgeon; Center For Vein Restoration
Suman Wasan MD, MS
Professor of Medicine, Director of Vascular Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Donald W. Buck II, MD
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SURGERY; DIVISION OF PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY–ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema
An estimated forty percent of breast cancer survivors acquire lymphedema following surgery and/or radiation therapy. Once acquired, multiple studies attest to the pain, distress and reduced quality of life in these patients.