126(2) CME - Vascular Anomalies and Lymphedema - Video 1 - Vascular Anomalies
This video demonstrates the surgical treatment of patients who present with vascular anomalies and lymphedema. The cases illustrate 1) the management of a venous malformation of the lower extremity presenting with a mass and discomfort; 2) the management of a long-standing lymphatic-venous malformation of the head and neck presenting with recurrent facial deformity, drooling, and intermittent bleeding; 3) the management of lymphedema of the extremities using microsurgical lymphaticovenular anastomoses. From the “Vascular Anomalies and Lymphedema” CME, August 2010. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 126(2):55e-69e, August 2010