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13:09 EST 1st February 2015 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Lymphocele

Cystic mass containing lymph from diseased lymphatic channels or following surgical trauma or other injury.

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Cancer Research UK appeals for clarity on Wikipedia

Cancer Research UK is calling upon the medical community to become more involved with Wikipedia to ensure better accuracy of information. Speaking at the ‘Wikimania’ conference this week in London...

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Can Wikipedia predict disease outbreaks?

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Cancer Research UK urges medical community to help make Wikipedia more accurate

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Wikibomb for Australia's female scientists

Interested individuals are invited to help create and improve the Wikipedia pages of Australian female scientists. The Australian Academy of Science is holding the Women of Science Wikibomb as part of...

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Complementary and alternative medicine on wikipedia: opportunities for improvement.

Wikipedia, a free and collaborative Internet encyclopedia, has become one of the most popular sources of free information on the Internet. However, there have been concerns over the quality of online ...

Does ultrasonic advanced energy reduce lymphocele incidence in laparoscopic para-aortic lymphadenectomy?

To evaluate the use of ultrasonic advanced energy in reducing the occurrence of symptomatic lymphocele and its related complications in laparoscopic extra-peritoneal para-aortic lymphadenectomy in pat...

Synthetic cyanoacrylic glue in the prevention of post-operative lymphocele after pelvic lymphadenectomy in patients with uterine malignancies: A prospective, single-blind, preliminary study.

lymphoceles are among the most common postoperative complications of pelvic lymphadenectomy , with a reported incidence of 1% to 29% in gynecology oncology. Several studies evaluated the effectiveness...

Urinary obstruction from lymphocele.

CASE REPORT Treatment of a Lower Extremity Lymphocele With Intraoperative Lymphatic Mapping.

Objective: Lower extremity lymphoceles secondary to saphenous vein grafting are exceptionally rare and there is only 1 previously reported case in the English literature. Data on treatment of lower ex...

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