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Giulia Daneshgaran, BS

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Giulia Daneshgaran's Background
Medical Student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Research Fellow in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California.

About Keck School of Medicine of USC
The University of Southern California is a leading private research university located in Los Angeles, the capital of the Pacific Rim.

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  • Lymphedema - Introduction and Assessment
    Evidence-based review on lymphedema. Framework for assessment of patients with lymphedema. Includes concise abstract and comprehensive resources on the condition (e.g. epidemiology, risk factors, etiology, pathophysiology, history, physical examination, diagnosis, differential diagnoses, documentation and ICD-10 coding)
  • Lymphedema - Treatment and Emerging Strategies for Prevention
    Evidence-based, always current review on lymphedema management with a concise algorithm/pathway for use at the point-of-care
  • Lymphedema - Surgical Management
    For well-selected patients with chronic lymphedema, surgical management offers a chance for reduction of limb volume, decreased episodes of infection and improved quality of life. This topic provides updates on recent surgical advancements, along with specific indications and guidance on preoperative evaluation.
  • Patient education - Lymphedema
    Topic on lymphedema and its complications for patients and caregivers. The topic can be shared with patients and caregivers by email or print.
  • Patient education - Lymphedema (Spanish)
    ¿QUÉ es la linfedema?La linfedema es la acumulación de líquido en partes de su cuerpo, debido a un problema con su sistema linfático. Si el sistema linfático está dañado o bloqueado, se acumulará líquido y causará hinchazón (Figura 1). El sistema linfático es una red de diminutos vasos que actúa como una esponja que extrae líquido de los tejidos y lo dirige de vuelta a la circulación. Si la "esponja" no funciona correctamente, se acumula líquido "impuro", su
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