There were eight (9%) patients who had lymphorrhea
which completely stopped in a month with conservative management.
She had bilateral inguinal wound separation and excessive lymphorrhea
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
These were lymphorrhea
, permanent hypocalcaemia, and permanent recurrent nerve palsy, in one case, respectively (3.3%, resp.).
Early complications developed as lymphorrhea
in 1.69% and wound infection in 1.69% of patients.
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.