lymphorrhea

lymphorrhea

 [lim″fo-re´ah]
flow of lymph from cut or ruptured lymphatic vessels.

lym·phor·rhe·a

(lim'fō-rē'ă),
An escape of lymph onto the surface of the skin from ruptured, torn, or cut lymphatic vessels.
Synonym(s): lymphorrhagia
[lympho- + G. rhoia, a flow]

lym·phor·rhe·a

(lim'fō-rē'ă)
An escape of lymph on the surface from ruptured, torn, or cut lymphatic vessels.
Synonym(s): lymphorrhoea.
[lympho- + G. rhoia, a flow]
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There were eight (9%) patients who had lymphorrhea which completely stopped in a month with conservative management.
Any leaking skin change (i.e., Lymphorrhea) (Figure 7), wound or eruption must be also recorded.
Regarding surgical complications, 36 patients developed skin necrosis, 23 suffered skin graft loss, 11 developed hematomas/seromas, 9 contracted infections, and 1 developed lymphorrhea (Table 7).
These were lymphorrhea, permanent hypocalcaemia, and permanent recurrent nerve palsy, in one case, respectively (3.3%, resp.).
Treatment and prevention of lymphorrhea after radical gastrectomy of gastric cancer.
Postoperative recovery was smooth, but the patient had increased drain output and lymphorrhea which settled in 6 days.
Physicosocial morbidity, decreased extremity function, cellulitis, epidermal lymph leak (lymphorrhea), and lymphangiosarcoma development are observed in lymphedema patients.
Cromi et al., "Lymphoceles, lymphorrhea, and lymphedema after laparoscopic and open endometrial cancer staging," Annals of Surgical Oncology, vol.
"For patients with this history, if they have any genital swelling; changes in the skin texture; changes in hair growth; thickening of the labia; the presence of papillomas or discreet warty growths; or lymphorrhea, which is leakage of serous fluid through compromised or intact skin, think lymphedema," she said.
Manning, "Somatostatin treatment of massive lymphorrhea following excision of a lymphatic malformation," International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, vol.