Vascularized Lymph Node Transfer

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Vascularized lymph node transfer is one of the methods used in the surgical treatment of lymphedema (arm swelling). The procedure involves replacing lymph nodes damaged or removed by previous breast cancer treatment with healthy lymph nodes from another part of the body. This can help restore the lymphatic drainage of the arm and can improve arm lymphedema. 

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Christina from Georgetown, Texas,

​I came to PRMA seeking delayed reconstruction following chemotherapy, bilateral mastectomy and 33 radiation treatments. As a consequence of my treatments and the loss of 27 lymph nodes, I spent significant effort managing the early stages of lymphedema.

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Colleen from Deer Park, WA,

"Oh what I would give to have found PRMA before my mastectomy, prosthesis, implants and 6 plus years of not being satisfied. I thank God every day for bringing PRMA into my life and I thank them for doing what they do so well. My wish is that PRMA reaches as many women possible early on so they too can benefit from the amazing work that they do for breast cancer patients. I promote PRMA every chance I have!"

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Vascularized Lymph Node Transfer

Are you a candidate? Find out with our FREE Virtual Consultation form!

Vascularized lymph node transfer is one of the methods used in the surgical treatment of lymphedema (arm swelling). The procedure involves replacing lymph nodes damaged or removed by previous breast cancer treatment with healthy lymph nodes from another part of the body. This can help restore the lymphatic drainage of the arm and can improve arm lymphedema. 

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